Please bring this guy back

December 4, 2023 Winter Watch Around the Web 1

Hey @IDF

Please bring this guy back. The level of memeable content he provides is second to none.


— Israel Defense Forces (Parody) (@IsraelDefenseF) December 4, 2023

If he doesn’t steal it, someone else will.

— Israel Defense Forces (Parody) (@IsraelDefenseF) December 3, 2023

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  1. The big ears and cuomo/golda funeral face are the telltale signs of the remnants of neanderthal genes in these khazar turkic/slav monster mutts. It might explain their evil.


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Moderna’s “disinfo department” monitors 150M websites for “anti-vaccine” narratives –

Moderna’s “disinfo department” monitors 150M websites for “anti-vaccine” narratives

The disinformation department of Massachusetts-based vaccine maker Moderna has partnered with external entities to monitor websites for “anti-vaccine” content.

Investigative journalists Lee Fang and Jack Poulson disclosed this development in a report. They noted that Moderna’s global intelligence department teamed up with the Public Good Projects, an industry-backed nonprofit. The Big Pharma firm also partnered with social media search, monitoring and analytics tool Talkwalker to monitor and suppress dissenting voices on Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine policy.

Former law enforcement agent Nikki Rutman, who spent 20 years in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, spearheads Moderna’s disinfo team. She previously worked in Boston during the Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed (OWS).

During her OWS stint, Rutman conducted weekly cybersecurity meetings with Moderna. She eventually joined the vaccine maker, where part of her work is stopping “disinformation.” According to Fang and Poulson, Rutman produces reports that tag “anti-vaccine narratives” online and recommend steps to address them.

The investigative journalists’ report exposed key people behind the endeavor, LifeSiteNews said. Aside from this, the report disclosed that Rutman’s team – together with PGP and Talkwalker – deploys artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor 150 million websites worldwide for vaccine-related conversation.

Bhattacharya: Moderna bankrolls MEDICAL CENSORSHIP

The PGP is funded through a $1.27 million donation from the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, a biotech lobbying group that represents Pfizer and Moderna. This led Stanford University professor Dr. Jay Bhattacharya to comment: “Moderna – through the PGP – pays thousands of health professionals to attack and defame vaccine critics and push social media to censor anyone who says things, true or false, that reduce profits.”

Fang and Poulson also wrote that the global intelligence team reports “anti-vaccine narratives” to Moderna staff, assessing the risk of each one through a color code. Low-risk narratives “don’t currently warrant any action,” while higher-risk narratives will call for the team to “notify the appropriate stakeholders with recommendations.”

“None of the reports that we have seen makes any attempt to dispute the claims made,” the two pointed out. “Rather, the claims are automatically deemed ‘misinformation’ if they encourage vaccine hesitancy.”

Moderna first began working with PGP on a program called “Stronger” that ran from 2021 to 2022. Under the program, the non-profit “identified misinformation and shaped content decisions on social media.”

The partnership was expanded in October with an official training program, developed by Moderna and PGP, alongside the American Board of Internal Medicine, to help healthcare workers identify medical misinformation. The online course, called the “Infodemic Training Program,” is a signal of an official partnership between biopharma and the NGO world.

“The network of fact-checking non-profits has grown at an industrial pace, providing opaque opportunities for private and public interests to take subtle control over the public discourse,” Fang and Poulson noted. “Such sophistication in blending public-health messaging and corporate advertising should concern anyone with an interest in how government controls free speech.”

Moderna has not successfully advanced any product to market prior to the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine and was on the verge of collapse when the pandemic was announced. Its mRNA COVID-19 vaccine transformed the drugmaker into a $100 billion company almost overnight and turned its CEO, chairman and co-founders into billionaires. (Related: Heads of vaccine makers Moderna, BioNTech included in list of COVID-19 billionaires.)

Today, as interest in taking another booster shot wanes and subsidies are disappearing, so, too are profits. This has led to the company investing in new strategies – like a marketing campaign – to stay afloat, Fang and Poulson reported.

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Watch Dr. Pam Popper discuss the business partnership between Moderna and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration below.

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WHO’s Pandemic Treaty will only benefit Big Pharma and billionaires like Bill Gates –

WHO’s Pandemic Treaty will only benefit Big Pharma and billionaires like Bill Gates

The World Health Organization (WHO) is close to releasing a final draft of its long-awaited Pandemic Treaty or Pandemic Accord, but experts warn that this final version of the treaty will be a fundamental threat to national sovereignty and personal liberty alike.

The Pandemic Treaty, formally known as the “International Treaty on Pandemic Prevention, Preparedness and Response,” is meant to be a legally binding series of agreements, conventions, accords and other types of international agreements “to protect and promote people’s health.” (Related: WHO attempting global COUP through International Health Regulation amendments to Pandemic Treaty – can it be stopped?)

But the WHO’s true intentions are revealed, thanks to the agency’s close ties to billionaire Bill Gates and the pharmaceutical industry. The agency receives hundreds of millions of dollars in annual funding from Gates – through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – and Big Pharma.

Given how the WHO likely does not want to deprive itself of the steady income it receives from Gates and Big Pharma, it is very likely, if not already certain, that the Pandemic Treaty will greatly benefit them rather than the nations that are expected to ratify the treaty.

“There is a growing worldwide recognition that this looming power grab represents a fundamental threat to democracy,” warned Rhoda Wilson, writing for The Expose. “At the very least, the increasing transfer of powers to WHO raises important questions regarding national sovereignty and personal liberty.”

Human Rights Watch: Pandemic Treaty “fails to protect rights”

Leading international non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned that the current draft of the WHO’s Pandemic Treaty “fails to enshrine core human rights standards protected under international law, most notably the right to health and the right to benefit from scientific progress, therefore risking a repeat of the tragic failures during the [Wuhan coronavirus] COVID-19 pandemic.”

“Rather than acting on the lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, the current proposed text offers a weak framework for ensuring that countries will be accountable for maintaining a rights-compliant response to future pandemics,” added HRW.

The group wasn’t alone in taking up this position, however.  Other international human rights organizations such as Amnesty International, the International Commission of Jurists and the Global Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights have also followed suit.

Perhaps worse yet is that the Pandemic Treaty has repeatedly failed to ensure effective and meaningful participation by all stakeholders, especially representatives from marginalized communities, and the WHO has regularly disregarded calls to include them in the drafting process.

Instead, the current draft, according to Human Rights Watch, “reflects a process disproportionately guided by corporate demands and the policy positions of high-income governments seeking to protect the power of private actors in health, including the pharmaceutical industry.”

Learn more about the true intentions of the WHO at

Watch this video of a global coalition of health professionals appealing to the nations of the world to reject the Pandemic Treaty and the WHO’s power grab and to deprive the organization of power.

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Renewable energy company Plug Power’s shares PLUMMET by 30% in premarket trading in New York –

Renewable energy company Plug Power’s shares PLUMMET by 30% in premarket trading in New York

The shares of renewable energy startup Plug Power have fallen by 30 percent in premarket trading in New York. The significant drop followed the company’s third-quarter earnings report, which mentioned the “unprecedented supply challenges” in North America’s hydrogen network.

Plug Power, based out of Latham in Upstate New York, is one of the leading names in hydrogen power and fuel cell energy generation in the United States. The company has recently reported third-quarter losses of $283.5 million (47 cents per share), widening from a loss of $170.8 million (30 cents per share) in the same quarter a year ago.

Plug Power’s revenue has gone up to $199 million from $189 million a year earlier and slightly missed the Bloomberg Consensus estimate of $200.2 million.

In a shock, Plug Power reported that this year’s performance was negatively affected by “unprecedented supply challenges in the hydrogen network” in North America. The company pointed to a severe hydrogen shortage that also “negatively affected the direct cost of service as well as the timing for implementation of fleet upgrades into customer operated equipment.”

According to the company, the negative impacts were made worse by inflation. Plug Power believes that the hydrogen supply challenge is a transitory issue, particularly because it expects that its Georgia and Tennessee facilities will produce at full capacity by year-end.

And while supply chain issues are one obstacle for Plug Power, the company warned that existing cash and available-for-securities and equity securities will not be enough to finance its operations over the next 12 months.

The company also warned that current conditions and events raise “substantial doubt about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.”

Chris Dendrinos, an RBC Capital Markets analyst, thinks that Plug Power would need more than $750 million to boost liquidity over the next 12 months.

In a note, Dendrinos explained that “[Plug Power] management expressed confidence in executing a liquidity transaction near-term and continues to see a path for margin improvement through next year. However, at this time we think it prudent to move to the sidelines and await execution of these events.”

Meanwhile, Canaccord analyst George Gianarikas maintained his Hold rating on shares but reduced his price target to $5 from $10. In a report, he pointed out that many companies he follows have also gone through similar supply-chain problems.

However, Gianarikas expects “additional profitability proof points, stabilization in operations, and additional guidance from [the] Treasury before turning more positive on the stock.” (Related: Aussie gov’t to spend $1.32B on hydrogen power project, but fears of “hydrogen fraud” loom.)

Plug Power may be bailed out by DOE

To save itself from bankruptcy, Plug Power is eyeing corporate debt and partnership deals and even a potential $1.5 billion loan from the Department of Energy (DOE). The company is also waiting on guidance about a planned tax credit for companies that produce hydrogen energy in the United States.

Expectations of government support for the hydrogen industry have resulted in optimism among some analysts, but Plug Power could do with good news sooner rather than later.

Sangita Jain, a KeyBanc analyst, advised that it would be better if a potential $1.5 billion loan from the DOE to relieve short-term liquidity concerns could be approved more quickly. The company said that cash and equivalents at the end of Sept. 30 stood at $110.8 million.

J.P. Morgan analyst Bill Peterson believes that even though a company like Plug Power has what it takes to “cycle past its current cash flow issues,” current operating and capital markets environments are challenging.

Peterson added that Plug Power’s shares could be range-bound over the next several quarters until “clarity around its balance sheet are sorted out.”

Aside from a meltdown in the hydrogen space, Plug Power’s current issues are proof of President Joe Biden’s renewable space being in a full-blown crash. After all, factors like inflation, high interest rates and waning demand have sent wind and solar stocks in a steep decline for the last few weeks.

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Border Patrol sector in Arizona STOPS POSTING UPDATES amid ongoing surge of illegals –

Border Patrol sector in Arizona STOPS POSTING UPDATES amid ongoing surge of illegals

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sector based in Arizona that has seen frequent migrant surges will no longer be posting updates on the southern border.

The CBP’s Tucson Sector won’t be updating its social media profiles with the latest news about the ongoing migrant crisis, according to the National Pulse. “In light of the ongoing migrant surge, all Tucson Sector Border Patrol social media accounts will be paused until further notice,” CBP Tucson Sector Chief Patrol Agent John Modlin announced on Nov. 26. “We appreciate your understanding and continued support during this challenging time.”

However, not everyone agreed with the move, with several alleging that federal authorities may be attempting to downplay the full extent of the migrant crisis. Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin was among them.

“Just days [after] Border Patrol’s Tucson sector reported having 15,300 illegal crossings, … [the sector] says it’s pausing its social media until further notice due to ‘ongoing migration surge,'” he said. “Regardless of the reasoning behind this, this is such a bad look.”

Melugin also noted that the media makes use of data and photographs uploaded to the CBP Tucson Sector’s account regularly. “Essentially, the border crisis in the sector is so bad that they’re going to cut off all communication and transparency with the public. It’s unacceptable,” he remarked.

According to Breitbart, the Tucson sector “is currently the busiest along the southwest border for migrant apprehensions.” Agents within the sector apprehended 373,625 border crossers, as per data from CBP reports.

CBP now PROCESSING MIGRANTS instead of guarding border

A source within CBP disclosed to Breitbart that the agency’s priority has shifted from preventing migrants from entering unlawfully to processing them. According to the source, agents in the Tucson sector “have been exclusively relegated to processing and caring for the wave of migrants crossing into the sector in recent days.”

“Facing overcrowding at migrant processing facilities in the sector, the source says most non-essential details have been eliminated to re-direct all Border Patrol agents to the task of accommodating the overwhelming number of migrants in custody,” the news outlet said, citing the insider.

According to the CBP source, more than 5,000 migrants are being detained at facilities within the Tucson sector. They added that hundreds of others are still held at field rally points, awaiting transport to area processing centers.

This wasn’t the first time the Tucson sector downsized operations during periods when migrant crossing surge. In those instances, CBP has reduced or eliminated field patrols and closed checkpoints – with agents being redirected to assist with migrant care and processing duties.

In September, Breitbart noted that several highway inspection checkpoints were closed. At the time, migrant apprehensions exceeded 50,000. But according to the source, canceling field patrols and checkpoint operations puts national security at risk. (Related: IT’S BASIC MATH: Border Patrol agents link 575% increase in seizures of smuggling vehicles to surge in U.S. border crossings.)

“We have no idea how many migrants who have criminal records or intend to harm American citizens are going to escape across the border while we focus on processing,” the source said. “The cartels will definitely take advantage of the opportunity to move narcotics across the border, or on our open highways.”

Breitbart also recounted a September visit to the Tucson sector, observing the large migrant groups crossing into the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument “by the hundreds.” The groups marched from the border fence to a rallying point more than a mile away to surrender to awaiting Border Patrol agents.

“The migrants then await transport to nearby facilities for processing. Most of those surrendering to the Border Patrol are ultimately released to pursue asylum claims in the U.S., reports reveal.”

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Hollywood’s ‘Defiance’ of History: The True Story of the Bielski Partisans of WWII

Image result for movie defianceThe Bielski Partisans were a group of Jews who hid out in the Naliboki Forest of northwestern Belarus during the Axis Occupation of 1941 to 1944. Their alleged exploits were celebrated in a $50 million Hollywood puff propaganda film called “Defiance” (2008), starring Daniel Craig as Jewish Partisan leader Tuvia Bielski.

The film prompted The Times of the U.K. to opine about the story’s authenticity in its article titled “Country Split over Whether Daniel Craig is Film Hero or Villain.”

At the outbreak of the war, the region in question (near Nowogródek) belonged to Poland. In September 1939, it was occupied by the Soviet Union in accordance with the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact between Germany and the Soviets. The area of operations in question was at the eastern border of Poland and the Soviet Union before the partition. You can locate Belarus faintly on the map.

source : Warsaw Institute

Before the Occupation, Tuvia Bielski had received training in the Polish Army. After performing reserve duty, he engaged in smuggling. Under the Soviet Occupation of eastern Poland, the Bielski family and other Jews served as goons and functionaries for the Soviets, with Tuvia Bielski becoming a Soviet commissar. Accordingly, the clan was greatly disliked by local Poles even before the German invasion.

After the German invasion in mid-1941, Tuvia and his three Jewish brothers — Alexander (also known as “Zus”), Asael and Aron — managed to flee into the nearby forests. There in the spring of 1942, the Bielski brothers along with 13 Jewish ghetto neighbors formed the nucleus of an underground Jewish Partisan combat unit.

Three of the four Bielski Brothers (Tuvia shown at right)

Over time, hundreds of men, women and children eventually found their way to the Bielski encampment. At its peak in 1944, the unit hosted 1,236 people. Seventy percent of them were women, children and elderly Jews. No one was turned away. Among them, about 150 engaged in armed operations.

An Internal Revolt

The camp took on a dog-eat-dog climate. According to one of Tuvia’s cousins who lived in the camp, her daughter and other women were forced to strip naked upon entry and give up their underwear as a form of “entry ticket.”

Tuvia was known for his authoritarian leadership style and was constantly involved in power struggles with other members of the unit. Israel Kessler and others who tried to organize a group of people to leave the Bielski camp and form their own unit had sent letters to Gen. Platon and other Soviet officials. The letters stated that Tuvia was holding gold and jewelry, which was in contradiction to Jewish Partisan orders to hand over valuables to headquarters.

The Soviet command, concerned about the unit’s leadership, began an internal investigation into an alleged Bielski protection racket.  Chernishev cleared Bielski of the charges following an investigation.

Bielski then personally summarily executed Kessler. According to witness Estera Gorodejska, a drunk Bielski executed Kessler with three shots. Later, Bielski ordered the destruction of Kessler’s grave.

When not extorting the Jewish population for protection, the Bielski Partisans raided nearby villages and forcibly seized food. On occasion, peasants who refused to share their food with the Partisans were subjected to violence and even murder. This caused hostility toward the Jewish Partisans on the part of the non-Jewish peasants.

Belorussian farmers struggled to supply all the forces who were demanding food (German, Soviet and Jewish Partisans).

One of the Partisans described a Partisan as “something between a hero and a robber.”

“We had to live and we had to deprive the [Polish and Belarus non-Jewish] peasants of their meager belongings. Often we took by force from poor peasants who were not even pro-Nazi,” the Partisan said.

The Partisans themselves admitted that they had overabundance of food, and they even sent some of the food supplies to Moscow using delivery planes that supplied newspapers and propaganda materials.

The Bielski unit’s Partisans were primarily concerned with survival. Due to their poor equipment and training, they were not assigned main combat roles. They provided tailoring and cobbling services for Soviet soldiers. But their primary focus was forced requisitioning and looting of food and other supplies from the local population.

Tuvia Bielski was noted as once saying, “I would rather save one old Jewish woman than kill 10 German soldiers.”

When the Germans conducted anti-Partisan operations, the Bielski units would melt away, leaving the hard fighting to Poles. Operation Hermann was a German anti-Partisan action in the Naliboki Forest area carried out between July 13 and Aug. 11 of 1943. The Polish Home Army (Resistance) lost 120 men and was forced out of the forest.

Despite the hype in the movie “Defiance” about killing thousands of Nazis, according to historian and author Kazimierz Krajewski, a November 1943 report from Tuvia to the Soviet command stated that in two years’ operations, their group of nearly a thousand people had managed to kill 14 Germans, 17 policemen and 33 spies and provocateurs.

But Krajewski adds that even that number is exaggerated in terms of Germans. With the Germans on the run and in retreat they finally managed a little combat success on March 22, 1944, when 20 Jewish fighters ambushed a German convoy and killed 12.

As a result of these Partisan actions, the Germans ordered the villagers to form their own armed self-defense units called the Belarusian Auxiliary Police. Thousands of Belarusians were killed, including teachers, local administrators, and dozens of Polish communities were destroyed by Partisan death squads.

Source: Holocaust Museum

Primarily, the Bielski Partisans extracted revenge against the locals they judged as unfriendly (collaborators). These non-Jews were primarily those who didn’t fully consent to being regularly terrorized, looted and robbed. The Polish resistance officially complained to the Soviets about alleged rapes and murders, including the murders of young children committed by Jewish Partisan groups.

Bielski Partisans were accused of war crimes against the neighboring population, particularly of involvement in the 1943 Naliboki Massacre of 129 persons.  Partisan goons reported to the NKVD the killing of 250 people, the capture of weapons, the rounding up of 100 cows and 78 horses, and the destruction of a German garrison. In reality, Naliboki went undefended. In reality no Germans were present or killed, and only one Belarusian Auxiliary policeman happened to be sleeping in the town on the night of the attack.

Polish men were dragged from their homes and shot individually or in small groups. Mass looting followed. Many farmhouses were set on fire. The town’s church was set on fire, along with the public school, fire station and post office.

In May 2003, prosecutor Anna Gałkiewicz, from IPN’s Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation, was in charge of the investigations into the massacres in Naliboki and Koniuchy. She reported that surviving eyewitnesses from Naliboki recognized Bielski Partisans as participating in the attack.

By September 1943, the Soviets began a policy of confrontation against the Polish anti-Nazi underground, which it saw as a threat to their aims in eastern Poland. In December, the Soviets drew the Polish resistance into a trap by inviting a contingent to “friendly talks.” They then surrounded the Poles and threatened to execute kidnapped Polish officers unless the unit surrendered. Bielski’s unit participated in this operation. Most of the 135 Polish soldiers and nine officers were then “disappeared.”

After the betrayal of the Polish Resistance, open warfare broke out between the two factions. In a surprise attack against a Home Army unit (Resistance) in December 1943, more than a dozen Home Army soldiers were murdered; and in following days, 50 more were killed.

On March 5, 1944, a Belinski fighter detachment jointly attacked with Soviet forces a group of Polish fighters, killing 47 and injuring 20 more.

In May 1944, the village of Kamień in Stolpce was attacked by a force involving Bielski Partisans. Twenty Polish Home Army soldiers and 20 civilians were killed. That same month, a unit of the Ordzhonikidze sub-group of the Bielski Partisans, together with Soviets, murdered 47 Poles in the Lida region, in Filonowiec and Dokudowa.

After the Soviets retook Belarus in the summer of 1944, the NKVD interrogated the Bielski brothers about the rumors of the loot they had reportedly collected during the war and about their failure to “implement socialist ideals in the camp.”

Asael Bielski was conscripted into the Soviet Red Army and died in the Battle of Königsberg in 1945. The remaining brothers escaped Soviet-controlled lands and emigrated to the West and ultimately Israel. Yehuda Bielski, the brothers’ first cousin and fellow Partisan, moved to Israel to fight in the Irgun.