The [DS] do not want small businesses in America. Big corporations do want the competition for their new system. The system they are developing is the same system that Mussolini developed in Italy, it’s called fascism. Inflation is one way of getting rid of the old corrupt system and ushering in a news people’s system. This is what we are witnessing right now. The patriots are preparing to make their move. The trigger is about to be pulled. The only way forward is transparency, freedom thrives in the light. The power of the law is now being pushed from the bottom up. The states are changing the laws very quickly, this will stop the [DS] in their tracks. The patriots are now sending out comms letting us know the direction we are headed in, the storm is coming, prepare.
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They don’t WANT small businesses to survive. Not because they’re competition for Corporations
The Big Tech, Corporations money, CCP and others are driving Biden’s policies
What we are witnessing
cost of living will skyrocket. B
Biden intends to do a MASSIVE Tax increase
Socialists are SHEEP.
Americans are INDIVIDUALS.
The Charter of Labour of 1927 (Italian: Carta del Lavoro) was one of the main pieces of legislation Benito Mussolini, the Italian Fascist dictator from 1922–43, introduced in his attempts to modernise the Italian economy. The Charter was promulgated by the Grand Council of Fascism and publicized in the Lavoro d’Italia newspaper on April 23, 1927. It was mainly designed by Giuseppe Bottai, Under-Secretary of State of Corporations.
The Charter declared private enterprise to be the most efficient, thus helping Mussolini to confirm the support of the rich industrialists who were the initial backers of Fascism. It insisted that state intervention was legitimate only where private enterprise was deficient.
It created a Labour Court supposed to regulate labour controversies (article 5), as well as corporations aimed at superating class conflict. This objective was more or less concretized in the 1934 law on corporations, although workers did not have the possibility of electing their representatives, who were nominated by the state. Beside these state-nominated workers’ representatives, the corporations included representatives of the firms’ directors.
This is what Obama was trying to do before Trump, pass the trans pacific partnership, Trump cancelled it. The TPP allowed a corporate court to be above the government .
- Getting Hyperinflation Right
- Profligate money printing by the US Federal Reserve and by other Western central banks has amounted to around $10 trillion over just the last year. The amount of currency in circulation has grown to $2 trillion, breaking a record set in 1945 and showing an almost 12% increase over 2019. The US federal budget deficit stands at just about $3.5 trillion, which is over 16% of GDP—the highest it’s been since World War II. Meanwhile, the US federal debt has just topped $28 trillion. Over the past year the US has overspent its revenues by a staggering 194%.
- Prices are going up everywhere even as the underlying economy remains in coronavirus-inspired doldrums, specifically because consumption has been repressed, with the coronavirus as an excuse, to delay the onset of hyperinflation. And then the Chairman of the Federal Reserve steps in and calms the troubled waters by publicly claiming that “There is no reason to be afraid of hyperinflation.”
- What happens to the value of money when a government prints lots of it—to spend or to simply hand out to people—is that the money becomes less valuable because there is more money per unit things to buy with it.
- hyperinflation is nature’s gentle way of solving the problems of a society that has forgotten how to live within its means.
- Hyperinflation is most unpopular with people who insist on storing their savings in the form of cash
- Cryptocurrency bitcoin is now more valuable than the world’s two biggest payment networks Visa and Mastercard, which have a combined market capitalization of $871 billion.
- bitcoin’s market cap is currently over $1 trillion
The 63rd annual Grammys was on pace to hit a ratings low with a time-zone-adjusted audience of 8.8 million, according to CBS Entertainment. That’s a 53% drop from the 18.7 million who tuned in to last year’s program. #TWTFrontPagehttps://t.co/PMFCnFXoM7
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) March 16, 2021
- “For years, the asylum system has been badly in need of reengineering,” said the March 16 statement by DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. He continued:
In addition to improving the process by which unaccompanied children are placed with family or sponsors, we will be issuing a new regulation shortly and taking other measures to implement the long-needed systemic reforms. We will shorten from years to months the time it takes to adjudicate an asylum claim while ensuring procedural safeguards and enhancing access to counsel.
- The federal government plans to use a Dallas conventions center as a facility for as many as 3,000 immigrant teenagers, amid the increasing number of illegal immigrants coming into the country through the southwest U.S. border.
- In a memo obtained by the Associated Press, the Dallas City Council was informed Monday that the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center would be used for up to 90 days to house boys aged 15 to 17.
- Federal agencies will use the soon-to-be-opened facility as a “decompression center.”
- Many of those seeking entrance to the U.S. are unaccompanied minors, who along with others from Latin American countries have come north with the expectation that Biden’s border policies would be less strict than those of former President Trump.
- A senior executive at Facebook was captured on video by Project Veritas warning of the damage Facebook is causing the world.
- FOX News reported:
Project Veritas show Benny Thomas, Facebook’s Global Planning Lead, speaking candidly with undercover journalists over the past several weeks.
“I work for a company that is doing a lot of damage in the world,” Thomas is heard saying. “It’s doing a lot of good, but it’s doing a lot of damage.”
“I mean, no king in history has been the ruler of two billion people, but Mark Zuckerberg is,” Thomas said of Facebook’s CEO. “And he’s 36. That’s too much for a 36-year-old … You should not have power over two billion people. I just think that’s wrong.”
- When social media hides the truth or tells lies, they damage the world.
- Congress created massive corporations that now rule the free world. These companies are virtually free from liability and so do whatever they want and unfortunately, these corporations hate free Americans.
- Russia will ban Twitter from the country in 30 days if the platform does not remove illegal content, including child pornography, information on committing suicide, and drug-related content.
- Vadim Subbotin, deputy head of Roskomnadzor, Russia’s equivalent of the FCC, said Twitter was not reacting to the regulator’s requests to remove illegal content “as they should,” and that the social network would be blocked in the country in a month if its failure to comply continues.
- via the Daily Mail:
‘Twitter is not reacting to our requests as they should. If the situation carries on then it will be blocked in a month without a court order,’ Subbotin said.
Meanwhile Twitter is also being sued in Russia for allegedly failing to delete material encouraging children to join anti-Putin protests.
- Kim Yo-jong sister of Kim Jong-un, published a “media statement” Monday warning President Joe Biden not to “cause a stink” unless he wished to suffer through sleepless nights.
- Kim did not name Biden in her statement, which consisted mostly of threats towards South Korea, but did acknowledge that America is now governed by a “new U.S. administration,” the first time a high-level official has done so since Biden’s inauguration in January.
- Nevada’s health orders that oversee public gatherings and capacity limits at restaurants and bars were loosened
- Gov. Steve Sisolak signed Emergency Directive 041, which went into effect on Monday. The directive increases the number of people allowed at public gatherings, the number of people restaurants and bars can serve indoors, and the number of people who can attend church services.
- Organizers who want to hold events of over 250 people can expand to 50% capacity, according to the Department of Business & Industry (DBI). DBI is responsible for administering Nevada’s variance program, which determines the level of business local establishments can accept during the pandemic.
- Gyms and fitness studios are now allowed to operate at 35% capacity under the directive. Museums, libraries, art galleries, and indoor malls can increase to 50% capacity.
- Governor Gavin Newsom (D) said “right-wing” groups like QAnon supporters and Proud Boys are behind efforts to boot him from office during an appearance on “The View.”
- According to reports, more than 30% of the people who signed the petition to recall Newsom are Democrats and Independents, but Newsom blamed QAnon.
- Californians are fed up with Newsom’s authoritarian Covid lockdown orders that have destroyed thousands of small businesses.
- Governor Newsom was also caught dining at The French Laundry in Napa Valley at $800 per person while telling Californians they couldn’t gather for Thanksgiving.
- Crime is up, homelessness has exploded, heat waves and high winds lead to rolling blackouts, illegal aliens are receiving stimulus money and taxes are high all because of policies supported by Newsom and the Democrats in the California swamp,
Columbia University hosting 6 separate graduation ceremonies based on income level, race, ethnicitieshttps://t.co/Hj7gvYbt2Q
— Tom Jordan (@TomJordanNews) March 16, 2021
Candice Owens responded
Congratulations are in order for liberals and @Columbia University for successfully bringing segregation back by packaging it as “diversity inclusion”.
Just one question: which ceremony do bi-racial children attend? https://t.co/WQL6aAXbmV
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) March 16, 2021
- The military regime has seized control of the bank accounts of billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundation (OSF) in Myanmar and announced that it will take legal action against the foundation, which is accused of violating restrictions on the activities of such organizations.
- On Monday, military-controlled MRTV announced that the military had issued arrest warrants for 11 staff members of OSF Myanmar, including its head and deputy head, on suspicion of giving financial support to the civil disobedience movement against the military junta.
- The regime also claimed that the world’s largest private funder for justice, democratic governance and human rights had failed to obtain approval from the Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM)’s Foreign Exchange Management Department for a deposit of US$5 million (7.04 billion kyats) with the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Bank (SMED) in Myanmar in 2018.
- The foundation is also accused of illegally withdrawing $1.4 million from its account at SMED a week after the military takeover in Myanmar, as the civil disobedience movement was gaining momentum among civil servants across the country.
- The military junta also took control of assets totaling $3.81 million and 375 million kyats in OSF bank accounts at four private banks—Kanbawza Bank (KBZ), Ayeyarwady Bank (AYA), SMED and Co-operative Bank (CB), according to MRTV.
- The military said it had begun taking control of all illegal flows of money to OSF Myanmar, saying the foundation had breached the law that lays downs the rules and regulations for organizations in the country.
- It said it would take legal action against SMED for allowing OSF to deposit $5 million and withdraw $1.4 million without obtaining approval from the CBM.
- On March 12, the CBM notified all international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that they would be required to report all financial transactions involving international organizations or individuals from abroad, with relevant bank account information, since April 1, 2016. The order indicates that the military regime intends to investigate the financial transactions of organizations since the National League for Democracy (NLD) took office in early 2016.
- The regime said the opening of the OSF Myanmar office came about after George Soros met ousted Myanmar State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi four times between 2014 and 2017. It said OSF deputy chair Alexander Soros met Daw Aung San Suu Kyi six times from 2017 to 2020.
- Military-aligned groups including the Union Solidarity and Development Party have accused Soros of manipulating Myanmar’s politics by supporting civil society organizations in the country. In 2017, lawmaker U Soe Thane, who served as President’s Office minister under U Thein Sein’s administration, objected to a ministerial appointment by the NLD government on grounds that the appointed minister had failed to disclose his previous work for the George Soros Foundation. He said that making the official a national security adviser could hurt Myanmar’s relations with China.
- OSF has been supporting Myanmar’s democratic transition and promoting human rights, including those of marginalized groups, since 1994. The foundation said it had awarded more than 100 grants each year, mostly to grassroots civil society organizations including exile, ethnic media and educational organizations.
- Following the coup, the military regime launched an investigation into the finances of the Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, a charity founded by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. The move is believed to be a pretext to file more charges against the country’s de facto leader.
DNI just released a report of who interfered in the 2020 election
Director of National Intelligence says Russia tried to help Trump in 2020 election, ‘denigrate’ Biden — but no cyber attacks that altered votes –
I enjoyed the opportunity to catch up with the President earlier today in Florida.
Georgia will never be a blue state. We’re going to make sure of it.
Stay tuned. pic.twitter.com/5Y811usmXc
— Vernon Jones (@RepVernonJones) March 15, 2021
We asked the Washington Post reporter if they’d disclose the source who lied.
The WaPo VP of Communications gave us this response.
WaPo: “our source had not been precise…”
— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) March 16, 2021
- A Georgia judge may unseal absentee ballots in Fulton County so a government watchdog can investigate allegations of voting fraud in the November election.
- A lawsuit filed in Fulton County Superior Court contends that fraudulent ballots were cast and other irregularities occurred as workers counted ballots at State Farm Arena on election night.
- Those allegations were dismissed by the secretary of state’s office. But, Henry County Superior Court Judge Brian Amero — who is overseeing the case — said he’s inclined to order the ballots to be unsealed and reviewed by experts hired by Garland Favorito, a voting-integrity advocate.
- Benson issued several unilateral orders during the 2020 election including sending absentee ballot applications to all registered voters. She also issued “guidance” on how to evaluate absentee ballots, a move Michigan Court of Claims Chief Judge Christopher Murray held violated the state’s Administrative Procedures Act.
- Murray ruled Benson violated the law “because the guidance issued by the Secretary of State on October 6, 2020, with respect to signature matching standards was issued in violation of the Administrative Procedures Act (APA).”
- “I’m glad the court sees Secretary of State Benson’s attempts at lawmaking for what they are — clear violations of her authority,” Michigan state Rep. Matt Hall (R) said in a statement.
- “If she wants to make changes like these, she needs to work with the Legislature or properly promulgate them through the laws we have on the books — in this case the Administrative Procedures Act,” he continued.
- The court’s opinion concluded:
…nowhere in this state’s election law has the Legislature indicated that signatures are to be presumed valid, nor did the Legislature require that signatures are to be accepted so long as there are any redeeming qualities in the application or return envelope as compared with the signature on file. Policy determinations like the one at issue — which places the thumb on the scale in favor of a signature’s validity — should be made pursuant to properly promulgated rules under the APA or by the Legislature.
- Hall noted, “The Legislature is an equal branch of government charged with crafting laws. This is not the role of the Secretary of State, and there is a clear process that must be respected.”
- Signature validation rules created without the approval of a legislature was one of the issues the Trump campaign and Republicans claimed was done illegally in the 2020 election.
- Republican lawmakers in Arizona and other states are voting to prohibit election workers from ever accepting such funds again.
The Arizona House approved HB 2569 last week in a party-line vote. The legislation would ban election officials at all levels of government — city, county and state — from receiving private funds to help pay for any aspect of election operations, including voter registration.
No more private sector cash allowed into the coffers of any state election official. States fund the election, precincts manage the election, no outside financial influences allowed inside the election process; period. In 2020, private grants, largely funded by donations from Facebook’s founder, helped pay for elections across the country.
Democrats don’t care about election integrity, they only care about power.
— Mike Pompeo (@mikepompeo) March 16, 2021
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America
The Washington Post just issued a correction as to the contents of the incorrectly reported phone call I had with respect to voter fraud in the Great State of Georgia. While I appreciate the Washington Post’s correction, which immediately makes the Georgia Witch Hunt a non-story, the original story was a Hoax, right from the very beginning. I would further appreciate a strong investigation into Fulton County, Georgia, and the Stacey Abrams political machine which, I believe, would totally change the course of the presidential election in Georgia.
Fulton County has not been properly audited for vote or signature verification. They only looked at areas of the State where there most likely would be few problems, and even there they found large numbers of mistakes. We are seeking to find and reveal the large-scale election fraud which took place in Georgia. Many residents agree, and their anger caused them not to turn out and vote for two Republican Senators in the January election.
The Consent Decree signed between Raffensperger and Stacey Abrams was not approved by the Georgia State Legislature, and therefore should be deemed invalid, and the election result changed. Why the Governor and Raffensperger ever approved this Consent Decree is one of the great questions? We look forward to an answer.
You will notice that establishment media errors, omissions, mistakes, and outright lies always slant one way—against me and against Republicans. Meanwhile, stories that hurt Democrats or undermine their narratives are buried, ignored, or delayed until they can do the least harm—for example, after an election is over. Look no further than the negative coverage of the vaccine that preceded the election and the overdue celebration of the vaccine once the election had concluded. A strong democracy requires a fair and honest press. This latest media travesty underscores that legacy media outlets should be regarded as political entities—not journalistic enterprises. In any event, I thank the Washington Post for the correction.
- The Washington Post made a massive correction Monday to a January report about a phone call between then-President Donald Trump and a Georgia elections investigator, as the liberal paper admitted multiple quotes attributed to Trump based on an anonymous source were inaccurate.
- The corrected story was a hot topic on cable news and talk shows that helped spread the Post’s flawed report and media watchdogs feel it points to larger problems with agenda-driven anonymous sources and liberal outlets that rush to “confirm” them.
- “This ‘correction’ is more than a correction, it calls into question the pervasive reliance of the liberal media on anonymous sources in order to attack and undermine Republicans,” Cornell Law School professor and media critic William A. Jacobson told Fox News.
This wk is Sunshine Week to bring attn to the obvious: the public’s business ought 2b public We need to overcome secrecy in govt As a farmer I know w/out sunshine there can’t b growth + both corn & democracy thrive in the light Remember transparency brings accountability
— ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) March 15, 2021
For those that don’t know – corn
In Wikileaks and gov docs they would misspell Comey Corney bc it looks the same to the naked eye and FOIA algorithms wouldn’t pick it up. It’s how they stayed secretive while also telling the truth. They did this and similar with tons of people. They would use capital i’s for L’s and Vice versa too.
Then we had comey actually taking pictures in corn fields as comms and we had Grassley and nunes constantly comming us with “corn harvesting pics and tweets”.
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You didn’t think the statement by POTUS re: ‘CALM BEFORE THE STORM’ was just random did you?
Transparency brings accountability.