All News Pipeline – by Stefan Stanford

We’re now witnessing a perfect example of how globalism stifles free speech and freedom here in America, with the National Basketball Association caving to the totalitarian nation of China with the almighty dollar sign looming large in the NBA’s eyes and the Communist nation of China making the league well aware it doesn’t appreciate mere paying US customers having the right to voice their opinions over what’s now happening in Hong Kong. If China had their way, NO American would be able to speak freely about their tyranny.  Continue reading “List Of Companies Ripe For A Boycott For Censoring Free Speech To Cater To Communist China”

JPFO – by L. Neil Smith

In America, the highest law of the land consists of the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution, commonly known as Bill of Rights.

Unlike the remainder of the Constitution (which merely serves as an “operating system” for the government), The Bill of Rights is the exclusive property of the American people, their guarantee of liberty, and the essential condition, historically, on which the rest of the Constitution was ratified.  Continue reading “The Red Flag Council”

Armstrong Economics – by Martin Armstrong

In Australia, they want to make it a criminal act with a penalty of 2 years in prison for purchasing anything with more than $10,000 in cash. Australia is really going off the deep end. They are desperately trying to eliminate all cash and are forcing people to have only bank accounts so they can tax them as they like. This ensures that when there are bank failures, they can just confiscate the people’s money to save the bankers. Australia began as a penal colony, and they seem to retain that idea that the people are really criminals in their minds and are not entitled to their own assets. This also explains why non-Americans are starting to hoard US currency around the world.  Continue reading “Australia Wants Two-Year Prison Sentences for Paying More Than $10,000 in Cash”

The Daily Sheeple – by Sean Walton

A Colorado teen has been told he cannot return to school until authorities hold a “threat assessment hearing” after he went target shooting with his mother.  Nate Evans, a junior at Loveland High School in Loveland, Colorado actually got a visit from police after he posted video of his plinking with his mom Justine according to the Colorado 2nd Amendment group Rally For Our RightsContinue reading “Colorado teen suspended from school after target practice with mom”

Reuters

HONG KONG (Reuters) – Exasperated with the government’s unflinching attitude to escalating civil unrest, Jason Tse quit his job in Australia and jumped on a plane to join what he believes is a do-or-die fight for Hong Kong’s future.

The Chinese territory is grappling with its biggest crisis since its handover to Beijing 22 years ago as many residents fret over what they see as China’s tightening grip over the city and a relentless march toward mainland control.  Continue reading “‘Now or never’: Hong Kong protesters say they have nothing to lose”

New Eastern Outlook – by Tony Cartalucci

Claims that Western interests are driving unrest in Hong Kong to undermine China have been decried across the Western media as “fake news,” “disinformation,” and even grounds for censorship from platforms like Facebook and Twitter.

Yet a look at the organizations directly involved in leading the unrest and those supporting it reveals unequivocally that it originates in Washington DC – not organically from within Hong Kong itself.  Continue reading “Hong Kong Crisis: Made in America”

Fox News

It’s a classic case of who doughnut.

Police officers tracked down a stolen doughnut delivery van early Thursday morning in Redding, Calif. — and discovered a scene that left them “heartbroken” and confused.  Continue reading “California police officers ‘heartbroken’ at discovering stolen doughnut van, ruined treats”

BBC

The US has called China a “thuggish regime” after a Chinese state newspaper published the name and photo of a US diplomat talking to activists.

China dismissed the remark as what it called “gangster logic”. The Chinese have repeatedly accused the US of interfering in Hong Kong.  Continue reading “Hong Kong: US calls China a ‘thuggish regime’ amid fresh protests”

The Automatic Earth – by Raúl Ilargi Meijer

The US government has to come up with very very strong legislation for social media, and it has to do that very soon. Because if it doesn’t, it risks those same social media inciting a civil war (that’s no hyperbole, that is real) on American soil.

And beyond as well, but as Donald Trump said about European efforts to curtail Twitter, Facebook et al’s activities, they’re American companies and hence America’s responsibility. Well, cool, but that means you have to do your job, and you ain’t doing it. Those EU efforts by the way were all about financial issues, tax paying etc., not inciting civil wars or being undemocratic. In short, Brussels doesn’t get it yet either.  Continue reading “Social Media Civil War”

Bison Prepper

Divide and conquer, from the same twats who tested airborne contagions on random subway riders, treated humans on par with herds of sheep in nuclear fallout tests, are magically able to collapse skyscrapers with a few random drops of burning kerosene and were never in any danger of lynch mobs after they passed laws for indefinite detention without charges, was wonderful for destroying the culture to the point no insurgency will ever have a change of succeeding here until people actually start starving ( so, you know, don’t try to rebel and expect any civilian support-not until the humpers are hungry ).  Continue reading “People are programmed to hate change”

The Guardian

Hong Kong’s embattled leader, Carrie Lam, has warned that mass protests have pushed the region to the brink of a “very dangerous situation” as residents went on strike, paralysing the city.

Lam, who had disappeared from public view for two weeks, gave a media briefing in which she condemned the protests for damaging Hong Kong’s economy and stability.  Continue reading “Hong Kong brought to a standstill as city-wide strikes and protests hit”