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At the current pace, interest on US government debt will soon hit one trillion dollars.
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Money well spent…
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The Brazilian senate introduced legislation that would criminalize those who choose not to comply with the country’s forced vaccination schedule, and they will face a prison sentence of two to eight years. The Ministry of Health announced it will distribute 700,000 doses of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccination for children in February. Senator Angelo Coronel of the Social Democratic Party proposes a one- to three-year prison sentence for those “who omit or oppose the mandatory vaccination of children or adolescents” during a declared “public health emergency.”
Anyone spreading “fake news” regarding the safety and efficacy of the COVID vaccines will face the same prison time. If the person works for the government, the penalty will be doubled.
Six bills are currently being introduced in the Brazilian senate that would criminalize those who refuse the mandated dose of COVID shots or who comment negatively about the vaccine’s efficacy and safety, the Rio Times reported.
Senator Angelo Coronel of the Social Democratic Party of Brazil authored a bill (PL 5555/2020), which proposes adding a one- to three-year prison sentence to the Criminal Code for those “who omit or oppose the mandatory vaccination of children or adolescents” during a declared “public health emergency.”
Russia and Iran plan to establish a joint drone manufacturing facility inside Russia, according to a weekend Wall Street Journal report, which comes following US and European efforts to target Iranian-made drones going to Russia with sanctions.
The Iranian kamikaze drones which have for many months now been pummeling Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, such as the Shahed-136 drones, cost as little as $20,000 to make. According the WSJ a plant established on Russian soil to ramp up Iranian-designed drone production would result in an additional 6,000 of them rolling of the line, for deployment by Russian forces in Ukraine.
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Authored by Caden Pearson via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours),
Facebook and Instagram have threatened to restrict or ban Project Veritas from their platforms, both owned by Meta, after a journalist confronted a senior YouTube official about the removal of a video about Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines.
On Friday, the nonprofit journalism organization Project Veritas published footage that appears to show one of its reporters confronting YouTube’s vice president of Global Trust and Safety, Matt Halprin.
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