2022 International Workshop on Korea’s Basic Income Manifestos

On 11 January 2022, the International Workshop on Basic Income Manifestos for Presidential Election 2022 in Korea was held and a recording is now available on YouTubeThe session lasted about 2 hours and 20 minutes, of which 1 hour and 40 minutes was devoted to introductions, presentations by the keynote presenter and panelists, and comments by presenters. The remaining 40 minutes was Q&A between the presenters and other participants. The total number of participants in the Zoom workshop was 178 from 31 …

Kazakhstan Riots: the regional dimensions & implications

Kazakhstan’s riots, beginning just after new year’s Day have been called a failed color revolution and may have posed a threat to a number of regional powers, but how true are the claims that this was an anti-Russia Western conspiracy?The Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) quickly mobilized in the wake of violent protests in Kazakhstan. It began over a hike in fuel prices in the city of Almaty, with Russia, on the request of Nur-Sultan, sending its military to defend the country. …

New docs prove Fauci lied about Gain of Function

Military Documents about Gain of Function contradict Fauci testimony under oath #ExposeFauciProject VeritasTWEET THIS VIDEO RIGHT NOW: https://ctt.ac/TYeIu• Military documents state that EcoHealth Alliance approached DARPA in March 2018 seeking funding to conduct gain of function research of bat borne coronaviruses. The proposal, named Project Defuse, was rejected by DARPA over safety concerns and the notion that it violates the gain of function research moratorium.• The main report regarding the …

Tidal Wave of Documents on Gain-of-Function and the Leak of the Virus

 Stuff is starting to get interesting (and undeniable)Robert W Malone MD, MSThere is so much news hitting the streets that is that is being censored by main stream media and social media today, that it is overwhelming easy comprehension.Let’s start with the letter to sent to Secretary of the HHS, Xavier Becerra from Representatives Jim Jordan (Ranking Member, Committee on the Judiciary) and James Comer (Ranking Member, Committee on Oversight and Reform). Here is the opening excerpt:The letter …

Twenty years on Guantanamo and the War on Terror remain a stain on the US

 January 11th was the 20th anniversary of the arrival of the first inmates at Guantanamo Bay, a custom-built extraterritorial US torture prison illegally constructed on annexed Cuban land.Detainees jog inside a recreation yard at Camp 6 in the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. © John Moore / Getty ImagesSince then, 800 individuals have passed through its doors, suffering unimaginable ill-treatment – today, 39 remain detained, in effective legal limbo, with no …

Canada’s amends to its historic child genocide still fall short

 Canada agrees to ‘historic reparations’ for 200,000 indigenous childrenBillions of dollars will be paid in compensation to the victims of ‘discriminatory’ First Nations child welfare systemA memorial in British Columbia for indigenous people subject to Canada’s residential School system. September 30, 2021. © Getty Images / Alex RatsonThe Canadian government has reached a “milestone” $31-billion settlement to compensate indigenous children and families …

Reuters expert questions BLM narrative – gets fired

 The Price of DissentA Thomson Reuters data scientist questioned the Black Lives Matter narrative—so the company fired him.Christopher F. RufoThe Social OrderZac Kriegman had the ideal résumé for the professional-managerial class: a bachelors in economics from Michigan and a J.D. from Harvard and years of experience with high-tech startups, a white-shoe law firm, and an econometrics research consultancy. He then spent six years at Thomson Reuters Corporation, the international media…

Italy returns to fascism – over 50s jabbed or jailed

 Another EU state expands mandatory vaccinations & threatens finesItaly is set to expand its mandate to require all residents 50 and older to be inoculated against Covid-19 or potentially face monthly penaltiesFILE PHOTO. ©  Getty Images / Alena PaulusItaly’s government has issued a decree requiring that everyone 50 years old and up be vaccinated against Covid-19, exempting only those who have recently recovered from the virus or who can’t take the shots for medical …

700 Mayo Clinic experts refuse the jab, and get fired

 Mayo Clinic fires 700 workers who failed to comply with Covid vaccine mandate”We need to take all steps necessary to keep our patients, workforce, visitors and communities safe,” the Mayo Clinic said in a statement.By Chantal Da SilvaThe Mayo Clinic fired roughly 700 employees who failed to comply with the nonprofit medical center's mandatory Covid-19 vaccination policy. Workers at the Mayo Clinic had been given until Monday to get their first dose of a…

What Djokovic’s battle to compete in Australian Open means for Health Freedom Movement

 If the Serbian tennis star is allowed to stay in the country and compete in the Australian Open, Australia’s prime minister will be acknowledging that his country’s public health policies from the start have been nonsensical in their lack of nuance.By  Madhava Setty, M.D.Miss a day, miss a lot. Subscribe to The Defender's Top News of the Day. It's free.Professional tennis player and World No. 1 Novak Djokovic today was released from detention after winning his court …

Raids, Arrests and Death Threats: Israel’s Strategy of Silencing Human Rights Defenders

On October 21, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz announced the issuance of a military order designating six prominent Palestinian human rights groups as ‘terrorist organizations’. Gantz claimed that they are secretly linked to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a socialist political group that Israel considers, along with most Palestinian political parties, ‘a terrorist organization.’ The Palestinian organizations included in the Israeli order are Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights, Al-Haq, the Bisan Center for Research and Development, Defense for Children Palestine, Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) and the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees. Considering the significance of these organizations in Palestine and their global networks among like-minded civil society organizations, the Israeli decision provoked a public outcry. One of the many statements of condemnation was a joint statement by rights groups, Amnesty International (AI) and Human Rights Watch (HRW), in which they called Gantz’s move an “appalling and unjust decision”, which represents “an attack by the Israeli government on the international human rights movement.”   Strong Words, but No Actions AI and HRW, which have documented Israeli human rights violations of Palestinians for many years, fully understand that the ‘terrorist’ designation is consistent with a

Israel’s Designation of Palestinian Human Rights Groups as Terrorist Orgs Baffles Europe

JERUSALEM — The recent designation by the Israeli government of six Palestinian human rights organizations as “terrorist” organizations is yet another draconian step on the path to the total elimination of Palestinian civil society. Some parallels can be drawn between the Israeli action taken against these organizations and the 2001 U.S. government designation and closure of the Holy Land Foundation, or HLF, after 9/11 — a story I wrote about in my book, “Injustice, The Story of the Holy Land Foundation.” From the use of corrupt witnesses — who, motivated by things other than the truth, are willing to lie — to the more broad strategy of weaponizing the designation of who is a “terrorist,” Israel is using the same playbook as the United States. The Israeli Justice and Defense ministries shocked the world and puzzled even Israel’s most staunch allies when they designated several leading Palestinian NGOs as arms of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, or PFLP. The PFLP has been designated a terrorist organization by Israel, the U.S., EU, Canada, and several other countries. The Israeli ministries issued documents classifying Addameer, Al Haq, Bisan Center, Defense for Children International-Palestine (DCI-P), Union of Agricultural Work Committees

Aussie police track protesters months later

 Stasi of the suburbs turn neighbours against each other as Aussie police spend months tracking down anti-lockdown protestersMonths after an anti-lockdown protest, Australian police are using informers and Facebook posts to track down demonstrators accused of taking part in illegal gatherings opposed to draconian, state-imposed restrictions on freedom.If the police ever come for me – not that I’m expecting them – I hope it’s with the blues and twos blasting, loudhailer shouts of…

Burned in Car Fire, Falsely Accused of Terrorism, Palestinian Mother Imprisoned without Medical Care

OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM — In 2018, Palestinian prisoner Israa Jaabis appeared in court to appeal her sentence. Israa had been convicted of attempted murder — accused of blowing up her car near an Israeli military checkpoint — and sentenced to 11 years in 2016. The car accident left her completely disfigured, with first-, second- and third-degree burns on 50% of her body. “Is there a pain greater than this?” Israa asked the press during the court hearing. “The pain is visible, and I don’t receive treatment.” Now in 2021, Israa — still languishing in jail — has yet to receive several vital surgeries to ease her suffering.   The #SaveIsraa campaign This month, Israa’s family, activists, and former detainees renewed the campaign to raise international awareness of Israa’s case and pressure the Israeli government to provide the 37-year-old mother with appropriate medical treatment. Under the hashtag “SaveIsraa,” social media users lambasted Israel’s gross medical negligence. #SaveIsraa #انقذوا_اسراء_جعابيص I miss you my son…#كاريكاتير_قدورة pic.twitter.com/sXmh6k9I1q — MAJHOOL (@MAJHUL28) September 12, 2021 No caption needed! The picture explains Israel's crime with the Palestinian prisoner, Israa Jaabis. #SaveIsraa#FreePalestine#انقذوا_اسراء_جعابيص pic.twitter.com/zvm9Jt95Uw — MAJHOOL (@MAJHUL28) September 13, 2021 For +6 years #Palestinian

Kids dead after Jab in Australia, eye-popping interview with Aussie Veteran

Stew Peters Show Rumble — Stew Peters spoke with Royal Australian Air Force Veteran, Alan Hennessy, who bravely came forward to paint the picture of what's really going on in the land down under.www.StewPeters.tv

Freedom Fighter Court VICTORY! in Alberta

Freedom Fighter Court VICTORY! ends masking, shots, quarantine in Alberta!Rumble — WE CAN WIN! Patrick King is a proud father of 2, Freedom Fighter and Patriot who took on the powerful government in Alberta, and WON!We can ALL learn from this, and we MUST battle this in every single city, every single county, every single state, every single NATION!The fight for freedom is a worldwide effort, and WE CAN WIN!www.StewPeters.tv

“People Come Out Completely Crazy”: A Palestinian Survivor Talks Israeli Torture

BIL’IN, PALESTINE — When Abdul-Khaliq Burnat was a little boy, I would see him stand on the roof of his house and look over at the soldiers assembling on the hill across the road. His father Iyad Burnat and I would stand there too, watching the army prepare for the assault on the village. Abdul-Khaliq wanted to join the weekly protests that were going on at the time, but his father did not allow him to join. Even though these were intended to be peaceful protests, once the army came in there was nothing peaceful anymore and people would get hurt. “Chlab” he would say, as though to himself as he looked at the soldiers, meaning “dogs” in his Palestinian village accent. I saw Abdul-Khaliq the other day in his village of Bil’in, a village that made a name for itself as one of the main centers of unarmed, peaceful resistance in Palestine. But even though the village was dedicated to peaceful resistance, the Israeli forces killed, injured and arrested countless of its people. Today Abdul-Khaliq is a good looking young man of 22. He is well built, dressed in a tight, designer t-shirt and black jeans with a baseball

Palestanian Protesters Recount Harrowing Details of Torture at the Hands of Israeli Police

NAZARETH, ISRAEL — In May, the world watched Israel’s brutal occupation on full display: The forcible displacement of Sheikh Jarrah residents was underway; Israeli security forces attacked Muslim worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan; Israeli rocket fire rained down on Gaza; and Jewish extremists chanted “Death to Arabs!” in the streets. According to multiple testimonies, Israeli police in Nazareth ran a “torture room” where they ruthlessly attacked Palestinian detainees during the wave of demonstrations against Israel in May. Now, as international headlines fade on Palestine, Israeli violence continues.   ‘The floor of the room was covered in blood’ Faiz Zbedeiat was talking on the phone about 20 feet away from a protest in Nazareth. The moment the 21-year-old student hung up the phone, Israeli police threw a stun grenade into the street. An officer then charged at him and punched him in the nose. Zbedeiat was soon encircled by police who grabbed him, hit him, and pushed him toward a Border Police officer who tried to slam his head against a wall. “I asked why they were hitting me when I’m not resisting,” Zbedeiat said. “I put my hands behind my back even though they didn’t handcuff me. Nevertheless, the

Palestinian Protesters Recount Harrowing Details of Torture at the Hands of Israeli Police

NAZARETH, ISRAEL — In May, the world watched Israel’s brutal occupation on full display: The forcible displacement of Sheikh Jarrah residents was underway; Israeli security forces attacked Muslim worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan; Israeli rocket fire rained down on Gaza; and Jewish extremists chanted “Death to Arabs!” in the streets. According to multiple testimonies, Israeli police in Nazareth ran a “torture room” where they ruthlessly attacked Palestinian detainees during the wave of demonstrations against Israel in May. Now, as international headlines fade on Palestine, Israeli violence continues.   ‘The floor of the room was covered in blood’ Faiz Zbedeiat was talking on the phone about 20 feet away from a protest in Nazareth. The moment the 21-year-old student hung up the phone, Israeli police threw a stun grenade into the street. An officer then charged at him and punched him in the nose. Zbedeiat was soon encircled by police who grabbed him, hit him, and pushed him toward a Border Police officer who tried to slam his head against a wall. “I asked why they were hitting me when I’m not resisting,” Zbedeiat said. “I put my hands behind my back even though they didn’t handcuff me. Nevertheless, the