Unfortunately I say this with a heavy heart. This one was not the same as years past by far. However even here in NYC I noticed an uptick in fireworks celebrations in defiance to the cancel culture and “laws” of compromised zionist politicians. Maybe a sign of the American spirit still holding on, waiting for it’s new minutemen to respond to the communist insurrection taking place. Continue reading “A belated happy Independence Day to the Trenchers”

Essentials. Have you thought about that meaning? Have you thought about the implications? If you’re one of the “privileged” probably not. You’re quite content with your new and fortunate title. But what about the “non essentials”? What will they be considered in the coming world order? Continue reading “Some thoughts on our current situation”

It’s really something how amidst shutdowns and isolation stopping people from making a living or being able to pay Bill’s, mortgages, etc, the kind hearted government scrambles to find a way to give loans, “loans”, and “deferred” payments to ride out what they’re calling a major crisis and pandemic but had no trouble finding about 20 billion a year to Israel and on top of that, 30 billion extra over the next 10 years written into law that can not be challenged, stopped or even so much as questioned.

Kinda makes you think.

The Guardian

United Nations officials described the killing of sleeping children as a disgrace to the world and accused Israel of a serious violation of international law after a school in Gaza being used to shelter Palestinian families was shelled on Wednesday.

At least 15 people, mostly children and women, died when the school in Jabaliya refugee camp was hit by five shells during a night of relentless bombardment across Gaza. More than 100 people were injured.  Continue reading “‘The world stands disgraced’ – Israeli shelling of school kills at least 15”