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The Biden admin and the puppet masters are pushing their agenda. The patriots were counting on this, everything has been accelerated, which means they never expected to move into the green new deal this quickly. The fiat system began in with the fuel crisis and will end with a fuel crisis, watch Europe. The [DS] is powerless, they do not have the leverage and they are struggling. Blinken put pressure on Poland but Poland is not doing what the [DS] wants. The [DS] wants WWIII, they will not get it. The narrative is about to shift, the world is watching. The bio labs are coming into focus, Nuland is worried that Russia might have the data. The election fraud is being produced and it is getting worse and worse of the [DS] players, no deals, they chose the path.
- White House Press Secretary Jennifer Psaki said today the Biden administration will try to reduce the impact of rising oil prices for American consumers but will not do anything to allow increased production of U.S. energy resources.
- I’ll keep repeating it, because many people just don’t understand the unique nature of our North American position. Energy resources are nation specific. Ireland, the U.K, Europe, or Australia, do not have abundant oil and natural gas deposits like the U.S. does. ANWAR has more oil than Saudi Arabia.
- A U.S. president can and does control the price of gasoline. What can a U.S. President and administration specifically do? We have abundant U.S. energy resources. Quite literally the strongest in the entire world.
EPA Administrator Michael Regan: "We're pressing the accelerator to reach a zero-emissions future sooner than most people thought." pic.twitter.com/YFiSn10JgV
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) March 8, 2022
Biden made a show of “banning” Russian imported oil because he knew Putin was about cut us off anyway
- Meanwhile, Americans are being told to drive slower to save gas.
- “Try to group your trips together, accelerate gradually… anticipate your stops – when approaching a red light, let your foot off the gas as early as possible,” NBC said. “On the interstate, experts recommend reducing your speed.”
- Prior to 1974, individual states set speed limits within their boundaries and highway speed limits across the country ranged from 40 mph to 80 mph. The U.S. and other industrialized nations enjoyed easy access to cheap Middle Eastern oil from 1950 to 1972, but the Arab-Israeli conflict changed that dramatically in 1973. Arab members of the Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) protested the West’s support of Israel in the Yom Kippur War by stopping oil shipments to the United States, Japan and Western Europe. OPEC also flexed its new-found economic muscle by quadrupling oil prices, placing a choke-hold on America’s oil-hungry consumers and industries. The embargo had a global impact, sending the U.S. and European economies into recession. As part of his response to the embargo, President Nixon signed a federal law lowering all national highway speed limits to 55 mph. The act was intended to force Americans to drive at speeds deemed more fuel-efficient, thereby curbing the U.S. appetite for foreign oil. With it, Nixon ushered in a policy of fuel conservation and rationing not seen since World War II.
Democrats will try to blame historic gas prices on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But the facts show otherwise:
On Day 1, Biden halted the Keystone Pipeline and issued a moratorium on new oil and gas permits on federal lands. Then he gave the green light on a pipeline for Putin. pic.twitter.com/lexxG3ZJUb
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) March 7, 2022
- Discussing how the Russian invasion will result in a “dramatic reshape of the global energy landscape for the coming decades”, Goldman writes – at the very end of the note – that:
The energy shock created by Russia will change energy policy and planning in coming years, in our view. The EU will soon announce its energy roadmap and has reportedly shifted its short-term focus from decarbonization to energy security, likely relying for now on more coal, more nuclear, and gas generation, and overall allowing for more carbon emissions [consistent with the sharp sell-off in European carbon prices over the past week of nearly 30%].
- “Today, Coinbase blocks over 25,000 addresses related to Russian individuals or entities we believe to be engaging in illicit activity, many of which we have identified through our own proactive investigations,” the company announced in a statement on Monday.
- While the platform did not specify the type of prohibited activity the accounts had allegedly been involved in, it noted that the sanctioned addresses had been already handed over to the US authorities.
- Once we identified these addresses, we shared them with the government to further support sanctions enforcement.
- Less than 25 percent of voters strongly believe President Joe Biden is mentally fit, healthy, and stable, a Tuesday Politico/Morning Consult poll revealed.
- Only 24 percent said they strongly agreed that Biden is mentally fit to serve as president. Thirty-four percent strongly believed Biden is not mentally fit to serve as president, a ten-point spread.
- Just 18 percent strongly agreed Biden is in good health as commander in chief. Thirty-one percent strongly disagreed with the statement that Biden “is in good health,” a 13-point difference.
Biden has a secret deal to keep every single one of his Senate records from the American people (including communications with Putin!)…@JudicialWatch just got a nice court victory over this corruption: https://t.co/5uOBvUvRxb https://t.co/nBVA7r6Eec
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) March 8, 2022
- Judicial Watch announced that the Delaware Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the University of Delaware must provide more information justifying its decision to keep secret its deal to house and restrict access to the U.S. Senate records of President Joe Biden. The Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Delaware Superior Court and found that the University of Delaware had not carried its burden justifying its refusal to produce records. The case returns to the Delaware Superior Court for further proceedings.
- “This Delaware Supreme Court decision is a remarkable pushback on the University of Delaware’s secret deal with Joe Biden to hide his Senate records,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “In the meantime, why won’t President Biden simply release his Senate records? What is he trying to hide?”
- Governor Ron DeSantis humiliated a journalist who attempted to ask him a ‘gotcha’ question about the press’s imaginary ‘Don’t Say Gay’ legislation. Watch:
- “Can I ask you about parental rights in education, what critics call the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill is on the Senate?” WFLA reporter Evan Donovan asked.
- “Does it say that in the bill?” DeSantis shot back while Donovan kept talking. “Does it say that in the bill?”
- “I’m asking you,” Donovan said.
- “I’m asking you to tell me what’s in the bill because you are pushing false narratives,” DeSantis charged.
- “It doesn’t matter what critics say,” the governor continued.
- “Hold on, it says ‘advances classroom instruction on sexual identity and gender orientation’,” Donovan stated.
- “For who?” DeSantis asked. “For grades pre-K through three. So five year old, six year old, seven year olds.”
- But Governor DeSantis was just warming up.
- “The idea that you wouldn’t be honest about that and tell people what it actually says. It’s why people don’t trust people like you because you peddle false narratives,” he added to applause.
- “A school district may not encourage classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students,” the House bill states.
- A school district’s violation of the law would open them up to liability with injunctive relief and potential damages, including court costs.
- Justice Clarence Thomas issued a statement on Monday about the denial of certiorari in the Jane Doe v. Facebook case. In his statement, Justice Thomas called for the Supreme Court to “address the proper scope of immunity under §230 in an appropriate case” available to Big Tech.
- Justice Thomas narrated that it’s “hard to see” why section 230 is protecting the Big Tech from liability for companies’ “own ‘acts and omissions.’
- “It is hard to see why the protection §230(c)(1) grants publishers against being held strictly liable for third parties’ content should protect Facebook from liability for its own “acts and omissions,” Justice Thomas stated.
Law and Crime reported:
Has Q ever mentioned internet bill of rights?
Re read drops.
- “I’m ready for a dialogue, but we’re not ready for surrender,” Zelensky said in an interview with ABC News published on Tuesday.
- The Ukrainian president said he was not prepared to give in to what he described as “ultimatums” put forward by Russia in the latest round of peace talks, but insisted he’s ready to open discussions on issues including NATO membership and the status of the separatist-controlled regions of Donetsk and Luhansk and Russia-annexed Crimea.
Analysts say photos show new buildings and other signs of work at North Korea’s nuclear testing facility in what they call a sign that the country could be planning to resume testing atomic bombs after having claimed to have destroyed the site in 2018. https://t.co/3BfJQg4gp5
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 8, 2022
The US has 336 labs in 30 countries under its control, including 26 in Ukraine alone. It should give a full account of its biological military activities at home and abroad and subject itself to multilateral verification. pic.twitter.com/vEiytBRKuo
— Spokesperson发言人办公室 (@MFA_China) March 8, 2022
- Cases and DEATHS exploding despite “Zero Covid” and Vaccination
- Something very strange is happening in Hong Kong. I am not the first to write about it, but I wanted to do a good job compiling the information and informing my readers so this post is somewhat complete. I will include additional reading below.
- Hong Kong’s stringent “Zero Covid” policy, stopped to work in mid-February and a “wall of cases” curve exploded in the territory.
- Now, we have seen such “walls of cases” before, but nothing close ever happened to deaths:
- You can see that deaths per million in Hong Kong are basically three TIMES the highest death rate in the US or Israel.
- Cases between Feb 13-Feb 17: 18,493
- Deaths between Feb 28-March 4: 895
- Calculated Case Fatality Rate: 4.83%
- The relevant case fatality rate in the US for our recent Omicron peak is roughly 0.3%, or 16 TIMES lower.
- Slow down and let it sink in: the case fatality rate in Hong Kong is 16 times HIGHER than in the US. That should make you curious.