Activist Post – by Janet Phelan
A narrative is now emerging about using chemicals to achieve consensus and “cooperation” vis a vis the coronavirus pandemic.
The overt and covert application of chemicals has been known to cause a multitude of environmental and species specific dangers. From Chernobyl to Roundup, from cancer to autism to dementia, the reckless deployment of chemicals has been the subject of articles, books, activism and more. Continue reading “Better Public Compliance Through Mass Drugging”
Collective Evolution – by Arjun Walia
What Happened: A couple of months ago, British-based biotechnology company, Oxitec, received approval from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to release approximately one billion genetically modified male mosquitoes in Florida and Texas, the decision took a step closer to reality after state regulators then approved the idea, despite the objection of many environmentalists and scientists. Continue reading “Nearly One Billion Genetically Modified Mosquitoes To Be Released In Florida & Texas”
Collective Evolution – by Arjun Walia
What Happened: Multiple media outlets are reporting that two Chinese boys dropped dead within one week of each other wearing face masks during gym class. Both of the students were 14 years old and were running laps for a physical examination test when they suddenly collapsed and lost consciousness during their run. Continue reading “Two Boys Drop Dead While Wearing Face Masks During Gym Class”
Gaza City – Palestinians reacted with shock and dismay after US President Donald Trump unveiled an agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel to normalise ties.
The deal pledges full normalisation of relationships between the two countries in the areas of security, tourism, technology and trade in return for suspending Israel’s annexation plans in the West Bank. Continue reading “Palestinians unanimously reject UAE-Israel deal”
Sciencing – by Maria Kielmas
Saltpeter is the popular name for the chemicals potassium nitrate and sodium nitrate. It is an important component of fertilizers, explosives, food preservatives, propellants and toothpaste for sensitive teeth. A concentrated solution of potassium nitrate speeds up decomposition of vegetable matter such as tree stumps. It has oxidizing properties that make it useful as a rust inhibitor for metals. Potassium nitrate also has a medical use in the treatment of high blood pressure and angina.
Continue reading “Natural Places to Find Saltpeter”
The winner are:
20 1oz. Copper Rounds: Bill O Wrights – $52.00
Collectable One Ounce Silver Round: Swifty Lomax – $62.00
Bill of Rights Flag: Bill O Wrights – $75.00
No Mask T-Shirt: Bill O Wrights – $32.00
Tactical Pen Multi-Tool Survival Gadget: Norm – $30.00
The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life: ‘Ol Stewbum – $20.00
Treason: Bobcat Bob – $25.00
Theft Of A Nation: Bobcat Bob – $25.00
Thank you to all who participated! Continue reading “August Auction for From the Trenches”
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Archive: TWFTT 8-14-20
FrontPageMag – by John Radzilowski
Communism arose in a time of pandemic and war. In 1918, the Bolshevik party led by V. I. Lenin seized control of Russia amid a world numbed by the slaughter of a world war and the seemingly unstoppable spread of influenza. Promising a utopia of equality, the communist message proved seductive to many in Europe and America. In the summer of 1920, having defeated his most serious internal foes, Lenin decided to launch a full-scale invasion of Europe to spread communism all across the continent. Continue reading “Communism’s First Defeat”
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PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — Another El Dorado County restaurant was ordered to shut down after flagrantly refusing to follow mask and social distancing rules.
The county environmental agency suspended the health permit of Danette’s Brick Oven Pub this week. Continue reading “3rd El Dorado County Business Defies State Orders, Refuses To Shut Down”
Music fans stuck at home due to the coronavirus outbreak will soon be able to get the full concert experience, all while at a safe distance, as Citizens Bank Park plays host to a drive-in concert series.
The series will include more than 13 live performances from musicians and comics and will take place at the parking lot of the Phillies’ stadium starting Sunday and running through Sept. 7. Continue reading “Citizens Bank Park to Play Host to Drive-In Concert Series”
Thousands of people have lined up at a Texas food bank, with cars stretching for a mile as the state struggles with being the third worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Fair Park in Dallas County held its fourth food drive since the pandemic was declared in March but the event on Tuesday was the first mega distribution that offered an option for several hundred walk-up clients without transportation. Continue reading “THOUSANDS of cars form mile-long line at Dallas food bank as families drive across Texas for box of noodles, spaghetti sauce, peanut butter, rice, and trail mix as unemployment cripples state”
Alt-Market – by Brandon Smith
The pandemic lockdowns are a complicated issue, and that is absolutely deliberate. The point of 4th Generation psychological warfare is to present the target individual or population with a hard choice – a no-win scenario. You are damned if you do and damned if you don’t. I often equate this to the key moves in a difficult chess game; your primary goal is to create a dual threat and force your opponent to sacrifice one piece over another in order to escape with the least amount of damage. Do this a few times and you have won the long game. Continue reading “Lockdown Restrictions Are A Test To See How Much Tyranny Americans Will Accept”
Market Watch – by Greg Robb
The Federal Reserve on Thursday announced it is building and testing a hypothetical digital currency, equivalent of cash.
The goal of the program is to enhance the Fed’s understanding of digital currencies, said Fed Governor Lael Brainard, in a speech to a conference on innovation sponsored by the Fed’s San Francisco regional bank. Continue reading “Fed says it is developing an experimental digital currency”