Daily Mail

Farmers overrun by millions of mice have begged the government for help – only to be told there is no money left in the Budget.

Homes and farms across NSW have endured masses of rodents within the past few months leaving the majority of their stocks completely destroyed. Continue reading “It’s raining rodents! Revolting video shows mice pouring from a grain silo as Australia’s worst-ever mouse plague destroys crops and drives farmers insane”

Gateway Pundit – by Cristina Laila

The largest US refinery shut two crude units in Port Arthur, Texas this weekend after hackers caused the Colonial Pipeline to shut down.

The “DarkSide” hacker gang began attacking the pipeline operator on Friday and stole massive amounts of data. Continue reading “Largest US Refinery Shuts Two Crude Units in Port Arthur, Texas After Hackers Shut Down Colonial Pipeline”

Caitlin Johnstone

“Twenty-four people, including nine children, were killed in Gaza overnight, most of them in Israeli strikes,” reads a new report from AP.

Nine children, killed with the help of United States funding to the tune of $3.8 billion a year. Continue reading “The Israel Narrative Is Crumbling Because Of Phone Cameras And The Internet”


The BBC has exposed itself to a wave of internet scorn after lecturing Britons on how to correctly embrace one another, in response to reports that the government would soon “allow” hugging.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to push forward with plans to ease lockdown restrictions, including guidance on hugging. The government is “hopeful” that hugs will soon be permitted, but people should act “cautiously” when engaging in amicable touching, Health Minister Nadine Dorries said. Her remarks were echoed by Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove, who said Downing Street wanted to fully restore “friendly contact” between people. Continue reading “Hugging lesson? BBC gets pilloried for giving tips on how to ‘safely’ embrace one another”