CNN

Multiple wildfires prompted evacuations in California and Arizona over the weekend after quickly charring more than 1,500 acres of land.

Hundreds of thousands of acres have burned in the region as a drought continues to grip the area amid rising temperatures. Continue reading “Western wildfires spread through California and Arizona as drought furthers extreme fire conditions”

Great Game India

Two young BBC journalists have died from what media calls a mysterious “short illness” after taking the COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine branded as Covishield in India. There are no details provided about the illness with any mention of vaccine scrubbed from the reports. Continue reading “2 Young BBC Journalists Dead From Mysterious “Short Illness” After AstraZeneca CoviShield Vaccine”

Conservative Woman – by Kate Dunlop

NOT content with being the biggest private landowner in the US, blotting out the sun and jabbing the world, Bill Gates is getting over his divorce by building a ‘next-generation’ nuclear power plant in Wyoming.

The Republican state’s governor Mark Gordon announced the deal between Gates’s TerraPower Company, PacifiCorp owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, and the US government on June 2. Continue reading “A nuclear plant in a volcano zone? What could possibly go wrong, Mr Gates?”

Jerusalem Post

The United States government is assessing reports of a leak at a Chinese nuclear power plant, after warnings of an “imminent radiological threat” by a French company that helps operate it, CNN reported on Monday.

Framatome, the French construction engineering company, sent a letter to the US Department of Energy warning that the Chinese safety authority was raising the acceptable limits for radiation detection outside the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in the Chinese Guangdong province in order to avoid needing to shut it down, according to the report.

Continue reading “US assessing reported leak at Chinese nuclear power plant – report”

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Manitou Springs, CO — Cops in Colorado have a rather disturbing track record when it comes to compliance during detainments. Family and friends of Elijah McClain learned this the hard way two years ago after McClain — who had broken no law — was detained, tackled to the ground, and forcibly sedated with ketamine before he succumbed to the force and drug, and died. Seven Reycraft, 60, experienced a similar interaction with police that same year, but fortunately for Reycraft he did not die and now he is fighting to change the way this drug is used on people. Continue reading “Video Shows Cops Attack, Restrain, Forcibly Sedate 60yo Man with Ketamine for Refusing to ID”

Daily Expose

A regional health authority in British Columbia has apologised after admitting twelve children were given the Moderna vaccine, which is yet to be given emergency approval for use in those under 18, as the child vaccination campaign kicked off.

Vancouver Coastal Health, a regional health authority that serves one in four residents of British Columbia, Canada, has confirmed that 12 children were given the wrong vaccine towards the end of May, as teenagers in the province became eligible for vaccination. Continue reading “Health Officials apologise after Children receive Covid-19 Vaccine by Mistake”

Daily Mail

An Iowa man who assaulted another man for calling him out for wearing his face mask incorrectly has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after removing it entirely and spitting in the victim’s face.

‘If I have it, you have it!’ Shane Wayne Michael told Mark Dinning after the disgusting attack, implying he had infected him with the COVID-19 virus. Continue reading “Iowa man who pulled down his mask and spat on grocery store customer who complained that he wasn’t covering his nose is jailed for 10 YEARS”

The Hill

A federal judge in Texas has dismissed a lawsuit from more than 100 employees of the Houston Methodist hospital system over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

U.S. District Judge Lynn Hughes said the employees weren’t illegally being forced to get vaccinated in order to keep their jobs.

Continue reading “Judge dismisses staff lawsuit over Houston Methodist vaccine mandate”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

The body of a Birmingham, Alabama journalist who broke the story about the controversial 2016 tarmac meeting in Phoenix between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch was found on Saturday morning of an ‘apparent suicide,’ according to AL.com.

45-year-old Christopher Sign – a news anchor at ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, was discovered at around 8 a.m. by Hoover police and fire personnel, according to the report. Continue reading “Reporter Who Broke Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Story And Received ‘Significant’ Death Threats Found Dead”

National File – by Patrick Howley

49 Jewish groups including the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), run by Jonathan Greenblatt, sent a letter to Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi urging the Democrats to put a “pathway to citizenship” for illegal immigrants “in any economic recovery or infrastructure legislation that moves forward via budget reconciliation.” Continue reading “49 Jewish Groups Including ADL Call For Biden To Put ‘Pathway to Citizenship’ For Illegals In Spending Bill”

Western Journal – by Andrew Thornebrooke

Leo Tolstoy wrote that “war is always pernicious even when successful.”

The United States’ ongoing withdrawal from Afghanistan demonstrates the truth of this claim.  Continue reading “Without American Support Taliban Steamrolls Afghan Army, Walks Away with Precision US Weapons and Armored Fighting Vehicles”

Daily Mail

An eighth grader in Virginia has slammed Loudoun County Public Schools for a policy she claims lets boys use girls locker rooms, putting female students in danger.

Jolene Grover, 14, spoke at the school district’s board meeting on Tuesday to address its proposed policy 8040. She was pulled from a LCPS school last year by her mother, Fox News reported. Continue reading “Girl, 14, accuses Virginia school board of putting her in danger by letting boys use girls locker rooms”

CNN

  • G7 summit in the UK: Leaders gather today for the G7, which represents the world’s major economies — Britain, France, Germany, the US, Italy, Japan and Canada.
  • Today’s agenda: The global tax rate, aid for countries and climate change are on the docket. The Queen will also hold a dinner for world leaders tonight.
  • Key topics: The global recovery from Covid-19, vaccinations, climate change and cybersecurity are also expected to be big items.

Daily Mail

The water level of Lake Mead at the Hoover Dam is set to meet its lowest level on record as California‘s megadrought leave millions under emergency rations.

On Thursday, Lake Mead’s water level is projected to hit elevation 1,071.61 feet, sinking to it’s lowest elevation on record since the 1930’s, said a Bureau of Reclamation spokeswoman. Continue reading “The Hoover Dam’s water falls to its lowest level EVER as California’s mega-drought puts more than two million people under emergency rations”

RT

Ethiopia’s troubled Tigray region is now in a state of famine, the UN’s humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock has said, as reports suggest that hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of disaster.

“There is now famine in Tigray,” the official told representatives of UN, EU and US organizations on Thursday, warning the situation may be the worst since the 2011 famine in neighboring Somalia, which killed around 260,000 people. Continue reading “Famine hits Ethiopia’s Tigray region, UN humanitarian chief says, with 350,000 reportedly at risk”

Sputnik

Amid several reports about prevailing public hesitation for vaccines in India, the state governments as well as the local administrations are trying various steps to make people properly aware and motivate them to get inoculated against COVID-19 as soon as possible.

In a bid to spread awareness about COVID-19 vaccinations in a district in India’s Madhya Pradesh state, police have started publicly shaming individuals by putting stickers on their body if they haven’t been vaccinated. Continue reading “‘Stay Away From Me’: Indian Police Stick “Death Head” Banners on Non-Vaccinated People”