Every last one of us has the same
unalienable right to a place on this
planet as any one of them . Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates whoever has no more right to be here to live the best life available here than you or me. Continue reading →
A review of the impact of firearms prohibitions on the French during the war produced some incredible figures—execution of 60,000 people and deportation of 200,000, of which it is estimated that only 25 percent survived. Continue reading →
This article addresses German firearms laws and Nazi policies and practices to disarm German citizens, particularly political opponents and Jews. It begins with an account of post-World War I chaos, which led to the enactment in 1928 by the liberal Weimar republic of Germany’s first comprehensive gun control law. Next, the Nazi seizure of power in 1933 was consolidated by massive searches and seizures of firearms from political opponents, who were invariably described as “communists.” After five years of repression and eradication of dissidents, Hitler signed a new gun control law in 1938, which benefitted Nazi party members and entities, but denied firearm ownership to enemies of the state. Later that year, in Kristallnacht (the Night of the Broken Glass), in one fell swoop, the Nazi regime disarmed Germany’s Jews. Without any ability to defend themselves, the Jewish population could easily be sent to concentration camps for the Final Solution. After World War II began, Nazi authorities continued to register and mistrust civilian firearm owners, and German resistence to the Nazi regime was unsuccessful. Continue reading →
“It raises some very difficult moral questions, but do we not each one of us carry the same responsibility towards Earth? It is surely time to ask if we can come to a view that balances the traditional attitude to the sacred nature of life on the one hand with, on the other, those teachings within each of the sacred traditions that urge humankind to keep within the limits of nature’s benevolence and bounty.” Continue reading →
…he is an intelligent person, but he has spent his whole life trying to destroy indigenous people… Continue reading →
Before the start of the bombing, it was conventional wisdom in Washington that Serbia’s historic attachment to Kosovo was exaggerated and that Slobodan Milosevic was looking for a pretext to get rid of the incubus it represented—which a few days of bombing was supposed to supply. But what if Serbia, the country that fought the Turkish and Austrian empires and defied Hitler and Stalin at the height of their powers, did not yield? How far were we willing to go?” …
“Several fateful decisions were taken in those now seemingly far-off days in February, when other options were still open. The first was the demand that 30,000 NATO troops enter Yugoslavia, a country with which NATO was not at war, and administer a province that had emotional significance as the origin of Serbia’s independence. The second was to use the foreseeable refusal as justification for starting the bombing.
“Rambouillet was not a negotiation—as is often claimed—but an ultimatum.” Continue reading →
The death of the King has shaken the country to its very foundations, but the enemies who say that it means the disruption of Yugoslavia will hope in vain, for the noble blood of the great man has only served to cement its parts more firmly and strengthen the national structure. Alexander will live long in the memory of his people, a heroic figure of imposing stature, both the Washington and Lincoln of the Yugoslavs; like Washington an able and intrepid general who freed his country from oppression; like Lincoln a wise and patriotic leader who suffered martyrdom.
Nikola Tesla, New York, Oct. 19, 1934 Continue reading →
“CRISPR has given science a tool to reliably tinker with the code of life. But the question remains: can we do so safely and ethically while avoiding the unintended consequences of such power?”
There is no definite word yet on when consumers might see beef from CRISPR cows in US grocery stores, but it could be as soon as two years. It is also unclear whether meat from the gene-edited cows will be labeled differently from conventional beef. Continue reading →
“A five month old baby developed symptoms and passed away within days of breastfeeding from a mother who had just received the second dose of Pfizer – BioNTech vaccine…” Continue reading →
Author Dr. Naomi Wolf warns Washington to surrender US sovereignty to the Chinese-dominated World Health Organization.
“This is where we are, and I predicted this about 13 months ago. I said there will come a time when things will start coming to us so quickly… and it will be one crisis after another, and I told you exactly what they would be… disruptions in the food supply, disruptions in the energy grid, disruptions in the cyber grid, and there would be a reason not to have the midterms. … President Biden extended the state of emergency last month, but with no terminus date…. Our southern border is open. There are fighting age men pouring over from Afghanistan and Ukraine… going to places around the country. … You’ve already got in place all the elements of a war.” Continue reading →