Wednesday, November 23, 2022

 Leonardo Esposto
Not the Star Wars movie set, but a lithium mine in China.
For every ton mined, 5 to 15 tonnes of carbon dioxide produced, the lowest salary for miners and one of the highest mortality rates.
But electric cars don't pollute...

Monday, November 21, 2022

The Founding of the United States

The First Thanksgiving

"In the Fall of 1621, the Pilgrims famously shared a harvest feast with the Pokanokets; the meal is now considered the basis for the Thanksgiving holiday. It took place over three days between late September and mid-November and included feasting as well as games and military exercises.

Most of the attendees at the first Thanksgiving were men; 78 percent of the women who traveled on the Mayflower perished over the preceding winter. Of the 50 colonists who celebrated the harvest (and their survival), 22 were men, four were married women and 25 were children and teenagers.

The Pilgrims were outnumbered more than two to one by Native Americans, according to Edward Winslow, a participant who attended with his wife and recorded what he saw in a letter, writing: “many of the Indians coming amongst us, and amongst the rest their greatest king Massasoit, with some ninety men.”

Winslow records eating venison from five deer killed by the Native Americans along with chestnuts, cranberries, garlic and artichokes—all native wild plants the English were learning to use. Turkey was potentially served as well. By the late 1600s, Thanksgiving had become an annual fall tradition. It wasn’t until 1863 that President Abraham Lincoln named the last Thursday in November a national holiday." Editors
The first Thanksgiving
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Judicial Watch

Judicial Watch a federal court rejected a motion by Democratic Party of Illinois to intervene as a defendant in Judicial Watch’s lawsuit challenging an Illinois election law permitting mail-in ballots to be received as long as two weeks after Election Day.
“The Democratic Party failed to gum up this important lawsuit for election integrity,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “We are supposed to have an Election Day, not Election Weeks – or months. Illinois’ 14-day extension of Election Day beyond the date set by Congress is illegal, violates the civil rights of voters, and encourages fraud.”

Sunday, November 20, 2022

FTX-laundered stolen taxpayer Ukrainian aid money

• House Republican Leader, Kevin McCarthy used FTX-laundered stolen taxpayer Ukrainian aid money to Defeat Conservatives in 2022, destroying the so-called “Red Wave”

• The Republican House Oversight Committee is launching an investigation into Joe Biden’s dealings with his son Hunter to determine whether the President is a National Security Threat

• The G20 unanimously supports a Global Vaccine Passport and…

• The largest peaceful protests in world history are happening in Brazil, as the people resist the election theft and the Globalist/Communist takeover of their country.

The New York Times, in partnership with the World Economic Forum was supposed to be hosting a live event next week with FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellin – but it looks like that’s not going to happen, now that FTX has filed for bankruptcy and Bankman-Fried is facing extradition from the Bahamas to the US.

FTX’s new CEO and liquidator, John Ray III, who also oversaw the unwinding and liquidation of Enron, admits that “Never in my career have I seen such a complete failure of corporate controls and such a complete absence of trustworthy financial information as occurred here.”

The class action lawsuit against FTX Sam Bankman-Fried alleges that FTX maintained no bank records, no list of employees, had no employee contracts, zero security and they literally approved expenses using emojis.

On Friday morning, The National File posted a Twitter thread stating that House Republican Leader, Kevin McCarthy used FTX-laundered stolen taxpayer Ukrainian aid money to Defeat Conservatives in 2022, destroying the so-called “Red Wave”.

Top McCarthy political and fundraising insiders, Jeff Miller and Brian Walsh are both closely linked to the failed Red Wave. The Washington Post reported back in September that McCarthy’s plan of defeating conservatives was going to deliver him “a more functioning GOP caucus.”

McCarthy systematically targeted his opponents, like North Carolina’s Madison Cawthorn and he spent millions in his secretive effort to systematically weed out GOP candidates who could cause him trouble as House Speaker.

These candidates included recent candidates in New York, Florida, Washington State, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Texas, California and North Carolina.

GOP leaders (RINOS) say that they’re “enforcing unity within his sometimes fractious Republican caucus”. But is that really what this is? Many conservatives have questions about whether Kevin is creating unity or merely killing off his political opposition inside the GOP.