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  • The idea that there is an agenda for global government among the financial and political elites of the world has long been called a “conspiracy theory” within the mainstream and the establishment media. And sadly, even when you can convince people to look at and accept the evidence that banking institutions and certain politicians work together for their own purposes, many folks will STILL not entertain the notion that the ultimate goal of these power mongers is one-world empire. For many years the agenda for global governance was only whispered about within elitist circles, but every once in a while one of them would speak aloud in public about it. Perhaps out of arrogance or perhaps because they felt the time was right to ease the populace into accepting the possibility. Whenever they did mention it, they called it the “New World Order.” World leaders from George HW Bush to Barack Obama to Joe Biden to Gordon Brown to Tony Blair and beyond have all given speeches talking about the “New World Order.” Money and political elites like George Soros and Henry Kissinger have mentioned the NWO incessantly over the years. ~ Brandon Smith

 

  • US President Joe Biden suggested on Wednesday that the country’s military was opposed to a possible visit by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan. His comments follow two days of stringent warnings from Beijing that the visit could irreparably damage Sino-American relations. “I think that the military thinks it’s not a good idea right now. But I don’t know what the status of it is,” Biden told reporters when asked about Pelosi’s potential Taiwan trip. He spoke with the press on Air Force One, returning to Washington from Massachusetts, where he announced executive actions on climate change.

 

  • In late June, the North Dakota Attorney General approved the purchase of 2,100 acres of farmland by a company tied to Bill Gates. Red River Trust bought it from potato growers Campbell Farms for about $13.5 million. According to legal documents obtained by FOX Business, the sale was made last November. Before it was revealed that the deal had been approved, the office of the Attorney General sent Red River Trust a letter asking how the company planned to use the land. “In North Dakota… all corporations or limited liability companies (LLC) are prohibited from owning or leasing farmland or ranchland, and from engaging in farming or ranching. In addition, the law places certain limitations on the ability of trusts to own farmland or ranchland. The Corporate or Limited Liability Company Farming Law has certain exemptions, such as permitting registered family farms or allowing the use of the land for business purposes…”

 

  • Disney will be dropping ‘fairy godmothers’ for more inclusive and gender-neutral titles at dress-up boutiques across its theme parks, the company announced on Thursday in an update on both the Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort’s websites. From now on, these employees, who were formerly called “fairy godmothers in training” will now simply be referred to as apprentices. However, it seems not all Disney fans are excited by the change, with some stating that the company had once again caved in to the demands of transgender activists.

 

  • In a call earlier this week, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi asked US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to designate Russia as “a state sponsor of terrorism,” Politico wrote on Wednesday, citing two sources familiar with the conversation. Pelosi reportedly warned America’s top diplomat that if he did not go through with the designation, Congress would do it instead. While Congress has given the State Department the exclusive authority to label other countries as state sponsors of terrorism, some lawmakers argue that a bill could be passed to get around this restriction, the paper noted.

 

  • The UK government granted development consent to the Sizewell C nuclear power plant in Suffolk in the East of England on Wednesday, in a move that has drawn fierce opposition from eco-activists. According to the UK authorities, the NPP will produce “reliable, low-carbon electricity to help Britain achieve Net Zero,” and will have the capacity to supply six million homes with energy. The cost of the new 3.2-gigawatt project, mostly funded by French company EDF, is estimated at £20 billion ($24 billion). Sizewell C will be built next to the operational Sizewell B, and Sizewell A, which was decommissioned in 2006.

 

  • Despite record profits, pharmaceutical companies jacked up the prices on 133 products between June 24 and July 5 alone, according the Patients for Affordable Drugs group, noting that the median price increase for 2022 was 5%. In July alone, 64 drug companies hiked their prices. Companies like Pfizer, who have made unprecedented profits on their Covid-19 vaccine, have nevertheless continued increasing their prices on other drugs. Pfizer’s leukemia medicine, Besponsa, for example, has seen four price hikes since the pandemic began and now retails at $21,056 for a single vial.

 

  • The UK Charity Commission has dropped an investigation into multi-million-pound donations made by the Qatari royal family to the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF), triggered by a series of UK press revelations last month. “We have assessed the information provided by the charity and have determined there is no further regulatory role for the Commission,” the watchdog’s spokesperson confirmed on Wednesday. British media reported in June that Prince Charles had received three separate cash payments totaling over £2.5 million ($3 million) between the years 2011 and 2015, personally accepting the donations from Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al Thani, who served as PM of Qatar from 2007 to 2013. During one meeting at Clarence House, which an adviser reportedly described as making everyone present “very uncomfortable about the situation,” the prince was allegedly handed a bag holding €1 million in €500 notes. During another handover, the cash was presented in bags from department store Fortnum and Mason, again raising eyebrows among those concerned with propriety.

 

  • A spokesperson for the Pentagon reportedly said that the US military takes incursions into “special use spaces” by any object seriously, identified or otherwise. The US military has established a new office called the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) in an effort to further investigate the nature of so-called unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), as UFOs are often referred to nowadays. According to Newsweek, the creation of the new office was announced by the Pentagon earlier this week, following the amendment of a previous directive to establish the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG).

 

  • The Manhattan district attorney’s office returned more than 140 antiquities to Italy that had been seized in various investigations. Forty-eight of those came from the collection of hedge-funder Michael H. Steinhardt, who last year surrendered 180 objects identified by authorities as having been looted. Steinhardt has denied wrongdoing.

 

  • India’s partition in 1947 left millions of people displaced. One of them was 90-year-old Reena Varma, who hailed from a place which became a part of Pakistan following partition. After 75 years, the Pakistan High Commission issued her a three-month visa to fulfill her dream of visiting her ancestral home in Pakistan’s city of Rawalpindi.

 

  • This will be the 251st spacewalk at the ISS in total and the sixth in 2022. Sputnik brings you a live broadcast of a joint spacewalk by Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev and his European Space Agency counterpart Samantha Cristoforetti, which is taking place at the International Space Station on Thursday, July 21. Cristoforetti and Artemyev are scheduled to exit the ISS at 10 a.m. ET and spend nearly seven hours working to install a 36-foot-long new robotic arm, part of the Russian Nauka science module. The spacewalk will be the first joint endeavor in more than 20 years.

 

  • United States President Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID-19, is experiencing “very mild symptoms” and will continue to carry out his duties the White House has said. Biden, 79, who will isolate at the White House, has been in contact with members of staff and will participate in planned meetings, the president’s Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre announced in a statement on Thursday morning.

 

  • The Guggenheim Museum said that it has received $15 million from Gail and Alfred Engelberg and the Engelberg Foundation to endow its programs in arts education, a gift that comes with naming rights for its center for arts education. In May, the Guggenheim and the family of Mortimer D. Sackler agreed to drop the Sackler name from that venue, amid ongoing criticism that the Sacklers contributed to the opioid crisis. (Members of the family have denied wrongdoing.)

 

  • A revolt by Chinese homebuyers, who have threatened to stop paying mortgages on hundreds of unfinished housing projects, is spurring a shakeout among cash-starved property developers who have long relied on pre-sales of apartments. Many private-sector developers, already gasping for funds and facing an uncertain future, have stoked the unrest as they delayed projects.
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Tanks are being put on the streets in China to protect the banks. This is because the Henan branch of the Bank of China declared that people’s savings in their branch are now ‘investment products’ and can’t be withdrawn.

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