WEB Notes: Once again documenting the major powers of the world are working together not against one another.
WEB Notes: This is a dictatorship plain and simply. Despite all of the information that came out several years documenting they lied about the climate data this still moves forward.
In yet one more example of how Monsanto will stop at nothing to achieve total domination of the food supply, the major agricultural corporation is now attempting to use its toxic product as leverage against the Argentinian government.
A Republican California assemblyman introduced a bill into the state legislature on Monday that would forbid the state – whose campuses have been a focal point of BDS activity – from doing business with companies boycotting, sanctioning or divesting from Israel.
WEB Notes: Laws do not apply to tyrants. Laws are conveniently applied only when someone tries to get in the way of the global agenda.
A lesbian lawmaker in Alabama suggested this week that the real safety threat for children is not men who identify as female using women’s restrooms, but faith leaders in churches and teachers in schools.
WEB Notes: How about this for freedom? They continue to remove the history of our nation and the simple freedoms of life. When people tell you what you can and cannot think that should be cause for alarm.
WEB Notes: The Globalists have been trying to conquer Venezuela for nearly as long as I can remember and they look close to accomplishing that now.
WEB Notes: Not agreeing to illegally give away your DNA is not being anti-government. These law enforcement officials do not even know what the Constitution says.
While the celestial object of the moment is no doubt Mars, thanks to its closest approach to Earth in more than 10 years, on May 30, another planet will be attracting its own share of admirers in the coming weeks. As summer kicks into gear, the top target of star parties and balmy outdoor astronomy gatherings will almost certainly be Saturn, the “Lord of the Rings.”
Suicide in the United States has surged to the highest levels in nearly 30 years, a federal data analysis has found, with increases in every age group except older adults. The rise was particularly steep for women. It was also substantial among middle-aged Americans, sending a signal of deep anguish from a group whose suicide rates had been stable or falling since the 1950s.