NIH virus lab in Montana with links to Wuhan Institute of Virology found to be carrying out risky virus research –

NIH virus lab in Montana with links to Wuhan Institute of Virology found to be carrying out risky virus research

Daily Mail has obtained exclusive footage from inside a controversial Montana lab in which risky research is being conducted on animals with funding from the U.S. government.

The videos and images were obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request, and they show researchers carrying out their experiments, sedating animals such as pigs and monkeys and injecting them with viruses. In some of the footage, piglets can be seen being kept in unsanitary and cramped cages.

The lab in the images is the National Institutes of Health’s Rocky Mountain Lab in Hamilton, which has found itself at the center of multiple controversies. Last year, Daily Mail exposed the lab’s experiments on SARS-like viruses shortly before the COVID-19 pandemic broke out. That particular line of research is believed to have ended, but they continue to experiment with other types of deadly pathogens that could create another pandemic.

For example, some of their experiments entail injecting monkeys with COVID-19 and pigs with Ebola to study how the animals react to hemorrhagic fever, which entails internal bleeding, vomiting blood and bleeding from their mouths, noses and eyes.

Documents obtained by the taxpayer watchdog group White Coat Waste Project indicate that scientists from the NIH proposed infecting piglets that are just a few weeks old with the Reston virus (REBOV), which can cause Ebola, a virus known to have a death rate of as much as 90 percent. The objective of the experiments is to find out how co-infection with the Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome virus raises REBOV’s severity and transmissibility.

In photos, pigs can be seen being infected with the virus in their noses; they were to be euthanized within several days of their infection so researchers could conduct necropsies. The animals were subjected to horrific symptoms such as excessive bleeding, vomiting blood, breathing problems and diarrhea, and researchers said they could not take steps to alleviate their suffering because it could affect their findings.

“The illness experienced by animals exposed to these viruses must not be treated with analgesics because treatment will interfere with studying the disease manifestation and ultimate outcomes of infection,” they noted.

The senior vice president of the White Coat Waste Project, Justin Goodman, told the Daily Mail that the group’s lawsuit has revealed “NIH’s dangerous, wasteful and cruel maximum pain animal experiments with deadly bioagents that have up to 100 percent kill rates in humans.”

He added: “Taxpayers have a right to know how their money is being spent in barbaric NIH animal labs that can cause a devastating lab leak and pandemic right here in the US.”

Lab has been linked to Wuhan Institute of Virology

In 2018, researchers from the NIH infected bats at the lab with a SARS-like virus in a collaboration with the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has been identified as a likely source of the COVID-19 virus and was involved in covering up the pandemic’s origin. American taxpayer money was used to carry out experiments using coronaviruses from the lab, with 12 Egyptian fruit bats being infected with the WIV1 virus, a coronavirus obtained from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, at the Rocky Mountain Lab while both labs were being funded by the NIH under the leadership of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Several breaches of security protocols were also observed at the Rocky Mountain Lab, such as a mouse infected with an Ebola-like virus roaming outside of its cage for a full day and an unauthorized child walking around near the lab’s primate facility. This kind of carelessness has the potential to unleash dangerous biological agents that could spur another pandemic.

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Report: More than 70% of embalmers found strange BLOOD CLOTS in corpses beginning in mid-2021, months after COVID vaccines were rolled out –

Report: More than 70% of embalmers found strange BLOOD CLOTS in corpses beginning in mid-2021, months after COVID vaccines were rolled out

More than 70 percent of embalmers have reported finding strange, fibrous white blood clots in corpses in 2023 – which didn’t exist before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This was the finding of a recent survey that polled 269 embalmers across four countries and three continents. A similar survey conducted in late 2022 revealed that 66 percent of embalmers began finding the unusual clots in mid-2021. This result suggested a connection to the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, which started in December 2020.

Former Air Force Maj. Thomas Haviland, the creator of the 2022 and 2023 embalmer surveys, told the Defender that he conceived of the project after watching “Died Suddenly.” The documentary featured embalmers sharing how they found unprecedented fibrous masses clogging arteries.

“I know correlation is not necessarily causation, [but] there’s an awful lot of correlation going on here,” he said. Haviland sent his survey results to three U.S. agencies – the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration and the National Institutes of Health – on Jan. 9. However, he has yet to receive a response.

Haviland, a long-time airman, lost his job in the military in October 2021 when he refused to comply with the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate. His refusal stemmed from the lack of safety and efficacy data on the vaccine. Haviland researched the topic widely, but could not find much official information.

Later, he found a September 2021 technical briefing from the now-defunct Public Health England. The briefing showed hundreds of thousands of breakthrough COVID-19 cases recorded among the fully vaccinated – undermining claims that vaccines would prevent transmission. “The case fatality rate [in the PHE document] for the unvaccinated was more than 3.6 times lower than the CFR for the fully vaccinated,” Haviland said.

Haviland’s termination paved way for the embalmer survey

Following his termination, Haviland set out to verify the embalmers’ claims. He crafted a 12-question form using the SurveyMonkey platform, asking respondents about the types of types of blood clots they were observing when the anomalies began appearing, the estimated percentage of bodies exhibiting the fibrous masses and the ages of the deceased. While Haviland encountered hesitancy during survey distribution, initially garnering only 14 responses, his survey eventually gathered steam.

As per his survey, embalmers reported an overall increase in all types of clotting in all age groups – but especially among individuals aged 36 and up. According to Haviland, this echoes real-world data from insurance industry trends showing increased death benefit payouts for younger people.

“The embalmers that I’m in contact with insist that it’s happening pre-death, but there’s been some controversy about that. Some embalmers have said, ‘Yeah, the clot’s formed, but we think it’s happening just after death,'” he said. “There’s no way they could have formed in just the one or two hours when the body was still warm.”

According to the Defender, “longtime funeral industry professionals who spoke with Haviland correlate the appearance of the fibrous clots with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccinations rather than the virus itself.”

“They’re not qualified, obviously, to say why or how the clots are forming,” the former Air Force major said. “But they can tell you when they’ve seen something that they’ve never seen before … and the explosion of the clotting took place for them starting in 2021 after the [COVID-19 vaccines were] rolled out.”

Haviland theorized that the white, fibrous clots appear to be composed of platelets made of the fibrin protein and amyloid protein. This amyloid protein, he said, “is basically a fancy term for a misshaped, misfolded protein.” It then becomes hard for the body to break down, leading to the formation of the clots.

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Montana CPS abducts teen from family after parents refuse to go along with LGBT “sex change” –

Montana CPS abducts teen from family after parents refuse to go along with LGBT “sex change”

The father and step-mother of a 14-year-old Montana girl who was groomed into undergoing a “sex change” to become a “male” have lost custody of their child after Child and Family Services (CFS), which is sometimes called Child Protective Services or CPS in other states, abducted the girl, who now identifies as a “male” named “Leo.”

The child, whose birth name is Jennifer, started having issues last August when it was reported by the girl’s school that she allegedly tried to kill herself with toilet bowl cleaner and painkiller pharmaceuticals. Jennifer’s parents, Todd and Krista Kolstad, said that while there is no way this claim is true, they proceeded to take their daughter to the hospital anyway for an evaluation.

As they suspected, the toxicology reports showed no abnormalities in Jennifer’s system. However, medical personnel there started referring to the teen using male pronouns because they have to “do what the patient tells them.”

Throughout her stay, young Jennifer was repeatedly groomed into believing “gender-affirming” dogma from the cult of LGBT. Jennifer was told she could have both of her breasts sliced off to make her chest appear more male, something her parents were horrified to later learn.

It was eventually decided by Jennifer’s parents that she should receive counseling for her gender dysphoria, which is widely available throughout Montana. Jennifer was also told she could go to Wyoming where, unlike Montana, minors can opt for “gender-affirming” care without parental consent.

(Related: Nearly a decade ago, CPS thugs abducted a four-month-old baby girl from her parents after doctors injected the child with vaccines against her parents’ wishes – and believe it or not, this same kind of thing has happened many times in years since.)

When parental authority gets steamrolled by Big Brother

Jennifer already had a bed in Montana at the time, and her parents, Krista and Todd, wanted her to stay there. However, Jennifer would choose to go to Wyoming instead, and not long after she was taken from her parents by CFS and accompanying police officers.

Last September, about a month after the saga began, Jennifer returned to Montana and was put in a Youth Dynamics group home for six to nine months. That term was cut short, though, on January 19 when a judge ordered Krista and Todd to give up custody of their daughter to CFS, who have since decided to send Jennifer to live with her biological mother, Christine, in Canada.

“We were told that letting Jennifer transition and live as a boy was in her ‘therapeutic best interest’ and because we aren’t willing to follow that recommendation, the court gave CFS custody of Jennifer for six months,” Krista told the media about the situation, adding that Christine “has never really been a part of [Jennifer’s] life.”

For daring to speak out against this massive government overreach, Krista and Todd have been held in contempt of court. They recently launched a GiveSendGo (similar to GoFundMe) along with a vow to continue the fight to retrieve their daughter.

On January 29, Todd and Krista made an update to the GiveSendGo explaining that a YouTube video they uploaded about the saga was ordered by a judge to be removed, with threats of contempt of court and even prison time if they refused.

“You may find it there, but due to threats they cannot personally share it at this time, and have no control over its dissemination online, as they are not the ones who posted it on Rumble,” the GiveSendGo now reads about the video’s availability on YouTube competitor Rumble’s platform. “Please pray for them.”

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Another blow to the food supply: Explosion and subsequent fire devastate Texas chicken plant –

Another blow to the food supply: Explosion and subsequent fire devastate Texas chicken plant

A chicken farm in Texas has been hit by an explosion and a subsequent blaze – causing another blow to the food supply.

My San Antonio News (MySA News) reported that Feather Crest Farms, located outside the city of College Station, was damaged by an explosion on Jan. 29. The fire was reported around 5 p.m. of Jan. 29, with flames engulfing two buildings. Firefighters were still at the scene the following day trying to fight the fire that happened post-explosion, said the Bryan Fire Department.

“Numerous fire departments and firefighters, along with other emergency personnel, are on the scene,” said a separate report by 100 Percent Fed Up. “Black plumes of smoke and flames are visible for miles.”

“It is currently unknown if anyone is injured or how the fire started. [However,] witnesses … reported hearing a large boom before the fire broke out.” (Related: Explosion at Texas dairy farm kills over 18,000 cows.)

According to One America News, Brazos County Sheriff Wayne Dicky has reported that Highway 21 is reduced to one lane and that Democrat Road is now closed. He also urged drivers and onlookers to stay away from the incident area.

“Police told the National Desk no injuries had been reported. Officials have not released if any animals were hurt or killed. It’s also unclear what caused the fire and the estimated damage,” said MySA News.

No injuries reported at Feather Crest Farms fire

Jason Ware, deputy emergency management coordinator for Brazos County, later remarked that the fire was contained to the two metal buildings in the vicinity. He added that this blaze is expected to burn for days.

“Upon arrival, there were two buildings on Feather Crest Farms property. At this time, the fire is contained to the two buildings,” said Ware. He also pointed out that while traffic along Texas 21 East will remain normal, some surrounding roads may be affected. Ware also reiterated the Brazos County Sheriff’s Department’s reminder for drivers not to stop along the road.

Feather Crest Farms has been in operation since the 1950s, but was purchased by the Barrett family since the 1970s. Indiana-based MPS Egg Farms acquired Feather Crest in 2020. The current operator is T.J. Klein, a graduate of Texas A&M University.

An April 2020 piece by Feedstuffs magazine expounded on MPS’ acquisition of Feather Crest. It noted: “The acquisition expands the MPS operations by approximately one million hens, for a total of 11 million hens producing approximately 9.35 million eggs a day. [It also] significantly enhances MPS’ geographic footprint, enabling the company to better serve existing and potential customers in Texas and beyond.

MPS Vice President for Operations Dan Krouse said at the time that there are no immediate expansion plans for Feather Crest. However, he mentioned that remodeling existing facilities and expanding production are included in MPS’ long-term plan.

“We hired everyone that was employed at Feather Crest Farms, a total of 96 people. [This] brings our total to about 630 employees nationally,” said Krouse.

The explosion and fire at the Feather Crest Farms in Texas serves as the latest incident in a long string of food facility fires that have been occurring since 2022. This has led many to believe that the food supply is being deliberately sabotaged by the powers that be.

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Despite the Israeli offensive, Hamas militants are now returning and regrouping in northern Gaza –

Despite the Israeli offensive, Hamas militants are now returning and regrouping in northern Gaza

As the Gaza war extends into its 30th week, recent reports suggest a shift in the dynamics as Hamas militants have reportedly made a return to the northern half of the Gaza Strip.

The conflict, which has predominantly unfolded in the southern regions, has seen Hamas attempting to regroup and reestablish its presence in the north, a territory that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) had previously brought under control during the early stages of the ground offensive.

According to information from Israeli officials and eyewitnesses, there are indications that Hamas is not only re-mobilizing the northern territories but also attempting to reinstate a system of governance. (Related: Will Israel succeed at dismantling Hamas? Lebanon’s Hamas representative says nah.)

This resurgence has raised concerns among experts and former officials, highlighting the potential implications of Hamas regaining influence in the region.

Eyal Hulata, a former Israeli national security advisor, expressed apprehension about the reported recovery of insurgency in both central and northern Gaza. He noted that there are increasing reports of Hamas engaging in policing activities in the north and attempting to govern trade.

This development is seen as a concerning outcome, suggesting a potential shift in the balance of power within the Gaza Strip.

Michael Milstein of the Institute for National Security Studies, an Israeli think tank, explained the situation, emphasizing that despite the IDF breaking the basic military structure of Hamas in the northern part of Gaza, the nature of Hamas as a flexible guerrilla operation allows it to adapt and continue its activities.

He pointed out that while the IDF’s conventional tactics may work against a regular army, Hamas, operating as a guerrilla force, continues to pose challenges through individual actions like snipers and booby traps.

The complex nature of the conflict is further complicated by Israel’s efforts to prevent displaced Gazan residents from returning to their homes in the active war zone.

The IDF has reportedly dropped leaflets warning refugees in the south against attempting to travel back north. This approach reflects the ongoing security concerns and the difficulty in distinguishing between civilians and combatants.

Additionally, as the war continues, questions arise about Israel’s post-war plans for the Gaza Strip.

While the Israeli government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has stated that there is no intention to establish a permanent presence in Gaza, recent developments suggest differing perspectives within Israel.

A controversial conference over the weekend saw Israel’s hard-right Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir urging Jewish settlers to return to Gaza, leading to condemnation from Palestinians who interpreted it as a call for forced deportations.

Israel facing serious challenges in pursuit of eliminating Hamas

Amid the prolonged conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, the dynamics on the ground reveal the challenges Israel encounters in its pursuit to eliminate Hamas.

The recent rocket attacks launched by Hamas from the northern part of Gaza have challenged Israel’s assertions of having neutralized the group’s military activities. Despite Israel’s emphasis on central and southern Gaza, the resurgence of rocket attacks from the north suggests the resilience of Hamas.

Analysts argue that the recent rocket attacks send a message that Israel’s mission might be faltering. Efforts to destroy Hamas’ extensive tunnel network, crucial for its operations, have proven challenging for Israel.

The complex labyrinth of tunnels remains operational, enabling Hamas to maintain its ability to target Israel.

Despite Israel’s attempts to disrupt the tunnel network, concerns arise about the fate of captives, and leaked conversations reveal potential risks associated with Israel’s strategies.

Israel’s war aims and tactics are taking a toll on Palestinian civilians, contributing to a high number of casualties, including women and children.

While analysts agree that the complete eradication of Hamas seems unlikely, they acknowledge a downgrade in the group’s military capabilities.

However, it is stressed that Israel’s tactics, characterized by collective punishment of Gaza’s civilian population, may inadvertently strengthen the resolve and resistance against Israel.

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DEDOLLARIZATION IN FULL SWING: Oil giant Saudi Arabia formally joins BRICS group alongside UAE, Iran, Egypt and Ethiopia –

DEDOLLARIZATION IN FULL SWING: Oil giant Saudi Arabia formally joins BRICS group alongside UAE, Iran, Egypt and Ethiopia

The oil-rich kingdom of Saudi Arabia has formally joined the BRICS group alongside four other countries.

South African International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor confirmed the full membership of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Ethiopia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during a Jan. 31 press briefing in the capital Pretoria. The five nations accepted the invitation from the BRICS core group extended during a summit last year. She also told members of the media that Russia, which takes over as the group’s chair from South Africa, has received written interest from 34 countries that want to join.

According to Pandor, Argentina has been accepted as a full member of the BRICS group. However, Argentinian President Javier Milei reversed course and instead strengthened relations with the West. “Argentina has written to indicate that they will not act on this successful application by the previous administration to become full members of BRICS, and we accept their decision,” she said.

The South African minister added that she and her colleagues in the group are developing a so-called BRICS partner country model. This model, Pandor said, would accommodate 17 nations that weren’t accepted as full members.

Moreover, she mentioned that the group is also devising a framework to allow members to use their local currencies for inter-BRICS trade. According to her, the group found the current international payment system that uses the U.S. dollar to be “unfair and costly.”

Ullas Rao, an assistant professor at Heriot-Watt University‘s Edinburgh Business School, noted that the inclusion of Riyadh and Abu Dhabi in BRICS is a “particularly noteworthy” development. With the two oil giants’ substantial sovereign wealth funds, they are poised to create significant growth opportunities in BRICS through investments, trade and commerce.

“The expansion of the BRICS multilateral bloc to include Saudi Arabia and the UAE augurs extremely well, amid ongoing geopolitical and economic challenges confronting the world economy,” he told Economy Middle East.

BRICS grows to 10 members from initial 5 core countries

According to Bloomberg, leaders of the five core BRICS nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – “agreed to enlarge their BRICS group from Jan. 1 at a summit held in Johannesburg in August” of last year. The inclusion of the five new members, which expands the group to 10 nations, took effect on the same day as Russia assumed BRICS’ rotating chairmanship.

Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed the five new member nations in an official statement. He said: “BRICS is attracting an ever-increasing number of supporters and like-minded countries that share its underlying principles – namely, sovereign equality; respect for the chosen path of development; mutual consideration of interests; openness; consensus; the aspiration to form a multi-polar international order and a fair global financial and trade system; and pursuit of collective solutions to top challenges of our time.” (Related: Saudi Arabia fortifies relations with Russia, thumbing its nose to the West.)

Ayham Kamel, head of the Middle East and North Africa research team for consultancy firm Eurasia Group, commented on the development. He specifically zeroed in on the inclusion of Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Tehran and Cairo in the BRICS group.

“The prospect of Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Iran and Egypt joining BRICS creates new mechanisms that force a degree of political cooperation by all the countries,” Kamel said. “The Arab countries are looking [to improve] their global geopolitical influence.”

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