Video: Oliver Stone Floats Theory U.S. Could Perform False Flag Attack on Ukraine and Blame Russia in an Attempt to Win War

“The United States might well be the one who does that false flag operation. It would not be beyond them. They would, it would be a very dramatic, uh, solution to seal this war off as a major victory for the United States,” Stone added.

Four-Star General, MSNBC Analyst Dragged For Mistaking Video Game Footage For Ukraine Air Defense

Good Lord

B.C. liberal leader slams $800M museum ‘vanity project’ on first day in legislature

NDP priorities

Calgary gangster wanted on Canada-wide warrants, accused of killing mother of 5

Talal Amer and his brother were both sentenced to 7½ years in prison. With credit for time served, they had about three years left behind bars when sentenced in May 2019.

During his guilty plea, Amer said he had accepted responsibility for his actions and wished to move forward with his life.

One of the distinct characteristics of the gun and gang violence around 2015 was family connections.

That year, the Calgary Police Service’s guns and gangs unit compiled a list of about 60 people considered “high-level” participants in the gangs. The idea was to help front-line officers identify them and determine if any were breaching court-ordered conditions.

On that list were several members of the Amer family, including Talal, his brother Barakat and two cousins, Badar and Abdul.

Video: Senior Hamas Official Praises Recent Attacks in Israel, Declares: We Will Uproot the Zionists

Lebanon elections: Hezbollah bloc loses majority

Monitors from the Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections (LADE) reported that its monitors were threatened by members of Hezbollah and its ally the Amal Movement multiple times at multiple polling locations on Sunday.

If the EU with 447mn people, French Nukes, and the world’s 2nd largest economy cannot keep a decrepit, authoritarian oligarchy of 140mn at bay without US support, something is deeply wrong with Europe not just militarily, but culturally

Australia, 2022: ‘Creepy’ moment man dressed in women’s lingerie plays with LEGO with kids at museum event – but organisers defend his right to attend despite parents’ fury: ‘Disgusting’

Australia’s oldest museum has defended allowing a man dressed in women’s fetish gear play with Lego at a children’s night time event – after pictures of him outraged parents across Australia.

Female Prisoners in UK Forced to Shower with Intact Males

Three women speak out on inhumane conditions, harassment, and censorship inside UK women’s prisons under new gender-identity policies

Video: ‘Commie as F*ck:’ Project Veritas Sting Catches Twitter Engineers Proudly Admitting Bias, Dissing Elon Musk

In a recently published video by Project Veritas, undercover footage reveals one of Twitter’s senior engineers, Siru Murugesan, discussing how employees at Twitter “hate” Elon Musk and are extremely opposed to free speech. Murugesan further admitted that the website actively moderates conservatives while leftist viewpoints are accepted across the platform.

Video: Israel an ‘Apartheid State’, Palestinian Struggle Is Against ‘Capitalism, Homophobia, and Sexism,’ Claim Activists

They should send some Jewish lesbian communists to Gaza to fight Israel

British Government Slashing Funding to United Nations, Will Use Aid Cash to Counter China Belt and Road

The British government is slashing the amount of foreign aid money it routes through international organisations such as the United Nations, outraging leftist politicians and activist charities.

At present, nearly 40 per cent of Britain’s foreign aid budget, still bloated at roughly £11.5 billion — about as much as is spent on the country’s bursting prisons and shuttering law courts combined — despite recent temporary cuts, is doled out “to the UN, the World Bank, European Union, and other global bodies” to spend, and sometimes dubiously, according to the BBC.

That appears to be set to change, however, with the publicly-funded broadcaster reporting that the government intends to cut the share of the foreign aid budget allocated to such organisations to “just” 25 per cent by 2025.

“In an increasingly geopolitical world, we must use development as a key part of our foreign policy,” said Liz Truss, whose Foreign and Commonwealth Office now incorporates the former International Development department responsible for disbursing foreign aid.

“Malign actors treat economics and development as a means of control, using patronage, investment and debt as a form of economic coercion and political power,” she said, in what the BBC said was a reference to the People’s Republic of China — although it was not mentioned by name — using development money to win concessions from and exert influence over poorer countries.

“We won’t mirror their malign tactics, but we will match them in our resolve to provide an alternative,” the British foreign minister suggested.

Video: Watch what happens when Peter Doocy asks the new White House press secretary how raising taxes on the rich brings down inflation, as Biden tweeted last week

Grade Inflation ‘Persistent, Systemic’ Even Prior to Pandemic, ACT Study Finds

High school grade point averages have been on an uphill climb since 2016. But that doesn’t mean students are better prepared for college-level work. Their scores on the ACT, a college entrance exam taken annually by 1.7 million students, haven’t budged, according to a report released Monday.

Between 2016 and 2021, the average GPA for students taking the test increased from 3.22 to 3.39. But scores on the ACT I — reflecting performance in English, math, reading and science — declined slightly, from 20.8 to 20.3. The trend was especially noticeable among Black students and those from low- to moderate-income homes.

The results, based on a sample of over 4 million students in almost 4,800 schools,reflect “persistent, systemic,” grade inflation, wrote the authors, both researchers at ACT. Following a recent high school transcript study from the National Assessment of Educational Progress — or NAEP — the ACT analysis provides further evidence that grades, which often include points for effort and class participation, don’t reflect objective measures of academic achievement.

The study found more grade inflation in higher-poverty schools.

PolitiFact Is to Fact What Pravda Was to Truth

During a recent broadcast, I said that once Elon Musk takes control of Twitter, “Twitter will be flooded with hate, and a lot of it will come from people on the Left who want to show how hate-filled it is. It’s like their race-hoax industry. If you see a noose on a college dorm of a black student, the odds are overwhelming that the noose was put there by a black student. If you see the N-word on a dormitory building, the odds are overwhelming that a black student actually did that. We’re filled with race hoaxes.”

One of the better-known self-proclaimed fact-checkers, PolitiFact, declared my claim “false.”

They offered no refutation of what I said and provided no examples of nooses or the N-word on campuses perpetrated by white supremacists. Instead, they made a self-defeating argument: “Experts who track hate crimes told PolitiFact that there isn’t even a nationwide data source that Prager could have used to pin down the number of incidents — real or fake — that specifically involved hanging a noose or scrawling the racist insult on college buildings or grounds.”

So, if there is no such database, how could PolitiFact declare what I said “false”? At most, they could say “maybe true, maybe false.”

Then they quote a man who devotes his professional life to lying about how racist America is: Brian Levin, director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino. “Mr. Prager is long on hyperbole and bigotry and short on facts,” said Levin. “What Prager claimed ‘is a lie.'”

The very fact that PolitiFact cites Levin proves how unserious PolitiFact is about pursuing truth. 

Swiss Billionaire’s Mega-Influence On U.S. Politics

It was an enduring mystery. At least, in America.

While Hansjörg Wyss draws comparisons in the press to liberal megadonors like George Soros and Tom Steyer, relatively little is known about the Swiss billionaire, other than that he regularly ranks as one of the richest men in the world and also as one of its most philanthropic.

Wyss made headlines recently by leading a consortium of investors attempting to buy the Chelsea Football Club from sanctioned Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich. He also tried unsuccessfully before that to purchase a national newspaper chain owned by Tribune Publishing. One area where the wealthy Swiss businessman has met with unquestionable success after retiring from the pharmaceutical industry: U.S. politics. He has deep pockets and deep ties in Washington as a result – connections that he tells reporters overseas extend all the way to the White House.

Obama-appointed judge allows Hillary, AOC donors in jury pool for ex-Clinton-lawyer’s Russia trial

As many as three Hillary Clinton donors — including one who also supported US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez — are among the prospective jurors for former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann’s trial.

Authorities: Hate against Taiwanese led to church attack

A gunman motivated by political hatred against Taiwan chained shut the doors of a California church and hid firebombs inside before shooting at a gathering of mostly elderly Taiwanese parishioners, killing a man who tackled him and possibly saved dozens of lives, authorities said Monday.

David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas — a U.S. citizen who authorities say grew up in Taiwan — drove to Orange County on Saturday. The next day, he attended a lunch held by Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church, which worships at Geneva Presbyterian Church in the community of Laguna Woods. Though he knew no one there, he spent about an hour mingling with about 40 attendees and then executed his plot, authorities said at a news conference.

Authorities said Chou chained the doors and put super glue in the keyholes. He had two 9 mm handguns — legally purchased years ago in Las Vegas — and three bags, containing among other things four Molotov-cocktail-type incendiary devices and extra ammunition. He opened fire and in the ensuing chaos Dr. John Cheng, 52, tackled him, allowing other parishioners to subdue him and tie him up with extension cords.

Cheng died and five people were wounded, the oldest 92.

America’s largest defense contractors have extensive ties to the Chinese government and military

Raytheon, Bell Flight, and Boeing

Patrisse Cullors’s brother among BLM’s two highest-paid employees

The highest-paid employee of the national Black Lives Matter group is Paul Cullors, the brother of the charity’s embattled co-founder Patrisse Cullors, new filings reveal.

Paul Cullors is the head of security at BLM’s $6 million Los Angeles mansion, secretly purchased with donor funds in October 2020. Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation identified Paul Cullors and BLM Operations Director Raymond Howard as the two employees with the “greatest compensation” in its Washington state charity registration application filed on May 11.

Trudeau Liberals to lower Indigenous incarceration rate by ‘removing mandatory jail time for violent criminals’

Justice Minister David Lametti told The Globe and Mail that the “magnitude of the problem is tragic,” adding that he expects Indigenous incarceration rates to drop once Canada implements the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and once Bill C-5 passes.

U.S. Designation Reveals Turkey Functions as a Hub for ISIS Financial Lifeline

The recent designation by the US Treasury of a Turkish-based ISIS financier reveals the failure of a crackdown on terrorist organizations by the Islamist government of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

On Tuesday the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated Muhammad Dandi Adhiguna, (aka Adhiguna Lesmana Dandi), an Indonesian national who lives in Turkey’s central province of Kayseri, as a financial facilitator who helped move funds for ISIS. The designation confirms a pattern in which ISIS has been tapping the financial system in Turkey to fund its network while the authorities shy away from clamping down on ISIS cells.

Horrific must-watch video of the day

Any time the propagandizing media tells you that someone “echoed” or “implied” or “suggested,” rather than simply giving you the person’s ACTUAL words as a quote, you can be 150% certain they are lying to you–AGAIN

For those who know the media lies constantly and wants to read the manifesto for yourselves — to see the enormous gap between what’s being claimed about what it says (it’s mainstream conservatism) and what it actually says

Time to preemptively boot Turkey out of NATO

If you’ve been following the news of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, you probably already heard about a potentially significant fly that just dropped into the ointment of Findland and Sweden’s expected applications to join NATO. The fly in this case is Turkish tyrant Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Once the news broke of not only the two nations’ inclinations to join, but Russia’s threats to respond “militarily,” Erdogan stepped up to the microphone and said that Turkey is “not favorable” toward allowing those two countries to join. Because of the structure of NATO, where new members are only accepted if there is a consensus of agreement among the thirty existing members, every country that’s already in the club effectively has veto power over new additions. While Erdogan hasn’t firmly declared he will block the process, he has been playing footsie with Vladimir Putin for so long now that the odds of him doing so are, in my opinion, higher than any other scenario. And while I’ve been making noise about this idea for a number of years now, as I’ll explain in a moment, this should be seen as a breaking point. Turkey should be booted out of the alliance.

The Buffalo Shooter’s Ideas and Beliefs in One Easy Thread Helps Paint a Larger Picture

Grabien founder Tom Elliott decided to take a moment and post a very easy thread that shows the Buffalo killer’s thought process about everything from how we wanted to execute the shooting to what his beliefs are and where he got them from.

Video: There is no difference between free speech and free thought

Despite witnesses and photos, still no RCMP arrests in Coastal GasLink attack

Nearly three months after masked, axe-wielding assailants attacked a B.C. work camp in the dead of night, a team of more than 40 RCMP investigators have yet to announce any leads into the identities, funding or methods of those responsible.

Video: Could these people be more narcissistic?

Video: Cattix

Videos: The nightmare that is Chicago

War zone

You are being manipulated by the algorithm in ways you don’t realize

U.S. Taxpayers Lost $163B to Unemployment Fraud During Pandemic

About 70 percent of the benefits lost to identity theft went to criminals in places like China, Nigeria, Romania, and Russia, which took advantage of lax screening by government agencies.

Critical race theory-related ideas found in mandatory programs at 39 of top 50 US medical schools: report

‘The national alarm should be sounding over the racialization of medical school education’

Michael Flynn files $50 million claim against feds in prelude to lawsuit over Russia probe

Former Trump national security adviser, retired general alleges “malicious prosecution,” “political motivation” and “abuse of process” by FBI, DOJ, the Obama White House and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

As Twitter Takes to Blaming Tucker Carlson for Shooting, Manifesto Confirms Suspect’s No Fan of Fox News

On Saturday afternoon, 18-year old Payton Gendron allegedly shot several people, killing 10 at a Tops Friendly Market located in a predominantly Black neighborhood in Buffalo, New York. He has been arrested and arraigned on 10 first-degree murder charges. 

Trends over Twitter to do with Gendron’s motives included “Great Replacement” and “Tucker Carlson,” as some took to blaming the Fox News host for the shooting. It’s worth emphasizing, though, that the suspect’s own manifesto not only included no mentions of Carlson, but attacked 21st Century Fox for hiring Jewish people.

Trans Craziness Has Ruined the Credibility of Gay Activism

One of the co-founders of the far-left LGBTQ charity Stonewall has accused the group of discrediting equal rights activism by embracing far-left ideology on transgenderism, such as claiming there is no difference between the bodies of men and women.

LGBTQ activists at Stonewall have lost the plot, according to Simon Fanshawe OBE, who was one of the six founders of the group in 1989. Fanshawe, an openly gay man who spent decades campaigning for equal rights in Britain, said that he and others made gains by engaging with others of differing opinions.

In contrast, the Stonewall co-founder accused the current batch of trans activists of treating their ideology as “non-negotiable”.

“All that work is now in danger of being wrecked, Stonewall’s reputation discredited, and its credibility squandered, by trans activists — not all trans people, I hasten to add — who believe they can dictate what everyone is allowed to say and think,” Fanshawe wrote in the Daily Mail.

“A small minority of activists, including those who have taken over Stonewall, do not want to extend that decency and tolerance to the rest of the population,” he said.

“Equality, to them, means imposing their views on everyone else, without debate. That should concern anyone who believes freedom of speech is sacrosanct.”

Sen. Blumenthal’s Family Splurged On Intel Stock Before He Voted For A Massive Subsidy Bill

Democratic Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal disclosed in early March that an investment fund managed by his wife’s family purchased between $250,000 and $500,000 worth of Intel stock. A little over three weeks later, he voted for legislation handing billions in subsidies to semiconductor manufacturers that could benefit Intel.

The senator’s actions seem to indicate a conflict of interest, congressional watchdogs told The Daily Caller News Foundation. Blumenthal’s financial interests appear intertwined with companies he oversees, they said.

“This is another example why there is strong public support for restricting stock purchases by senators and House members,” said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch. “And, by the way, ‘disclosing’ conflicts doesn’t erase them.”

Payton Gendron wore hazmat suit to school, was hospitalized after threatening classmates

Buffalo’s accused teen mass shooter once wore a full hazmat suit to school during the pandemic — and was later hospitalized for a day and a half after threatening classmates, it was revealed Sunday.

Trial opens in Trump-Russia case of Hillary Clinton’s ‘Alfa Bank’ lawyer

Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year probe into the FBI and Robert Mueller’s investigations of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign will reach a critical moment with Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann.

The outcome of the closely watched case in Washington, DC — the first trial to result from Durham’s virtually leak-proof efforts — will be both a test of his work and a potential harbinger of the looming 2024 election, according to observers.

Oil giant Aramco reports record first quarter as oil prices soar

The Saudi Arabian behemoth said net income rose 82% to $39.5 billion in the first three months of the year, up from $21.7 billion over the same period last year

Israeli soldier thwarts car-jacking near Bet El; Palestinian suspect neutralized

The assailant, who was later found to be armed with a knife and a bottle of acid, had attempted to force his way into a car after hurling a large rock at it

Buffalo white supremacist, 18, threatened a school graduation shooting last year

Officials at the Susquehanna Valley High School brought in New York State Police to investigate Payton Gendron, 18, of Conklin, NY, in June of 2021 after he made statements that he would shoot fellow students.

A year later he ended up shooting 13 people – 10 of them fatally – during an attack motivated by his hatred for black people at a Top Market supermarket in Buffalo.

So reading the rules released by the broadcasters’ partnership for the Ontario leaders’ debate, it seems that Steven Del Duca is not eligible

The suspected Buffalo shooter’s manifesto features the Black Sun symbol used by the Azov Battalion in Ukraine


The Buffalo mass shooter calls himself a left wing “green nationalist”

Video: What is a woman?

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