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The Delusion Of A Seamless Reopening Is Being Obliterated

Authored by Brandon Smith via Birch Gold Group, During the first wave of pandemic lockdowns, America became a rather surreal place. The initial shock that I witnessed in average people in my area was...

The sixth sense of animals: an early warning system for earthquakes?

Professor Martin Wikelski attaches accelerometers to the collars of farm animals. Even today, nobody can reliably predict when and where an earthquake will occur. However, eyewitnesses have repeatedly reported that animals behave unusually before...

CEOs Bank Big Bonuses As Oil Companies Go Bankrupt

CEOs Bank Big Bonuses As Oil Companies Go Bankrupt Tyler Durden Mon, 06/08/2020 – 21:25 Authored by Alex Kimani via OilPrice.com, When public oil and gas companies are doing relatively well, many are happy...

Righteousness > Tribalism? — How Self-Righteous Flames Can Burn More Brightly than the Tribal Fire, at least in the Short Term.

https://www.unz.com/ldinh/walt-whitman-mass-media-and-jewish-power/#comment-3111068 They say tribalism is a powerful force, but so is self-righteousness. While tribalism may win out in the long run(that is if the tribe survives), self-righteousness or outrage mentality has short-term advantage. Being...

Manuka Honey Effective Against Antibiotic Resistant MRSA

Editor comments A recent bout of mild so called ‘#kennel_cough’ suffered by three of our dogs was successfully nipped in the bud with a daily tablespoon of #Manuka_Honey. And boy, did they love it,...
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Holodomor: Remembering The Victims Of Communism

Source: Defendevropa.org In the west today, we have become obsessed with rectifying historical injustices; slavery; Apartheid; colonialism and, of course, The Holocaust, yet we are all too often highly selective in that which we...