Donbass referendum results revealed

Donbass referendum results revealed | 27 Sept 2022 | The majority of citizens of both the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR) support the idea of uniting with Russia, according to local election commissions. In the DPR, more than 99% of voters supported the idea of joining Russia, according to early official figures. The referendum in the LPR yielded a similar result, with more than 98% of voters supporting the potential reunification. In both republics, all the ballots have already been counted, according to local authorities. The polls were conducted in the republics, as well as in the Moscow-controlled parts of Ukraine's Zaporozhye and Kherson Regions, between September 23 and 27.

Referendums Are Over, Ballots Are Counted; Russia Wins Four New States

Referendums Are Over, Ballots Are Counted; Russia Wins Four New States | 27 Sept 2022 | The Public Referendums in Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson, and Zaporozhye oblasts (states) in what was Ukraine, have now been completed. The ballots have been hand counted. By overwhelming majority, all four oblasts have voted to return home to Russia. All four are, at this very moment, now "Russian Territory" and they will be defended by the Russian Army. From Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council, Dmitry Medvedev: "The referendums are over. The results are clear. Welcome home to Russia!" Together with a turnout of over 90%, this results in the approval of around 90% of all eligible voters.

Ukrainian 'Hit List' Publishes Names and Addresses of Alleged 'Russian Propagandists' - Turns Out it Is Not Based In Ukraine But in Langley, VA - CIA Headquarters

Ukrainian 'Hit List' Publishes Names and Addresses of Alleged 'Russian Propagandists' - Turns Out it Is Not Based In Ukraine But in Langley, VA - CIA Headquarters | 27 Sept 2022 | Under Public Law 117-128, the U.S. Congress is funding an organization called Ukrainian Center for Countering Disinformation (CCD), whose professed purpose, according to its website, is to "counter Russian disinformation." But its real purpose may be to create the equivalent of a "fatwah list" of alleged traitors whom patriotic Americans and/or Ukrainians will feel they have a green light to assassinate. The fatwah list includes such "traitors" as writers...political scientist John Mearsheimer, Pink Floyd singer Roger Waters, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), former presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, conservative military analyst Edward Luttwak who was placed on the list for suggesting that referendums should be held in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions concerning their relations to Ukraine, and Henry Kissinger, who is worried about the prospects of a war between the U.S. and Russia. The profiles of many people targeted under the "hit list" has been posted on a website, Myrotvorets (meaning "peacemaker" in Ukrainian), whose domain name is listed as being in Langley, Virginia, headquarters of the CIA... In an indication of its foul character, Myrotvorets has listed the names of more than 300 children...

CIA warned Germany of Nord Stream attack - Spiegel

CIA warned Germany of Nord Stream attack - Spiegel --U.S. spies allegedly told Berlin about a possible pipeline attack "weeks" ago | 27 Sept 2022 | The CIA warned Berlin about a possible attack on gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea "weeks ago," German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Tuesday. Germany was looking for answers after both of Russia's Nord Stream pipelines were damaged and a massive gas leak appeared off the Danish island of Bornholm. A tip from the U.S. spy agency was "received in Berlin during the summer," the outlet said, citing "several people familiar with the matter." Officially, however, the federal government declined to comment on intelligence-related matters. German security services are currently examining satellite imagery of the area where the explosions occurred, but see only "unremarkable" naval traffic, according to Spiegel. They are also convinced only a state actor could have done this, suggesting "divers or a mini-submarine" could have installed mines or explosives on the pipeline.

Hurricane Ian could strengthen to Category 4 on its way to Florida

Hurricane Ian updates: Storm could strengthen to Category 4 on its way to Florida --Counties along Florida's west coast have issued evacuation orders as parts of the state prepare for strong winds and possible floods. | 27 Sept 2022 | 7:25 PM EDT Hurricane Ian could strengthen to a Category 4 storm in the evening as it targets Florida. The hurricane made landfall in Cuba about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday just southwest of La Coloma in the western province of Pinar del Río with maximum sustained winds of 125 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. Forecasters expect the storm to continue to intensify as it makes it way north toward the west coast of Florida, where a hurricane warning has been issued from Chokoloskee to Anclote River, including Tampa Bay, and Dry Tortugas. A number of counties along Florida’s west coast issued evacuation orders. It is not yet clear where exactly Ian will make landfall, but current models suggest it could hit the Sarasota area Wednesday. Ian is expected to bring 6 to 12 inches of rain to central-west Florida, 4 to 8 inches to the rest of the peninsula and 4 to 6 inches to the Keys through Thursday.

EU threatens foreign observers over Donbass referendums

EU threatens foreign observers over Donbass referendums | 27 Sept 2022 | The EU will slap sanctions on anyone involved in referendums on joining Russia in the Donbass republics, as well as in Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, according to Peter Stano, a spokesman for the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell. "There would be consequences for all people, who participate in the illegal, illegitimate referendums," Stano warned on Tuesday, the fifth and final day of voting. Stano did not rule out the possibility of foreign observers, including EU citizens, also facing restrictions over any support they have given to the process. He said it would be up to member states to decide who falls under the sanctions regime.

Sabotage: The One World Government Is Destroying Energy Infrastructure and Food Supplies

Sabotage: The One World Government Is Destroying Energy Infrastructure and Food Supplies By 2nd Smartest Guy in the World | 27 Sept 2022 | The Cabal is doing their utmost to induce mass global food and energy insecurity, and then fold all of these schemes into their all-encompassing and perpetual post-human planetary lockdown in PSYOP-CLIMATE-CHANGE. All evidence now points to breaks in the Nord Stream pipeline being anything but accidental. A "disturbance" more a bombing has caused a massive rupture. Concurrent with PSYOP-UKRAINE-INVASION which induced this fraudulent narrative of energy scarcity in order to exacerbate PSYOP-HYPERINFLATION, there have been statistically impossible bombings, fires and other sabotage to American food processing plants (well over 100 facilities this year and growing)...

Biden calls Florida mayors - but not DeSantis - as Hurricane Ian nears shore

Biden calls Florida mayors - but not DeSantis - as Hurricane Ian nears shore | 27 Sept 2022 | Joe Biden called three Florida mayors Tuesday as Hurricane Ian nears Florida's western coast -- but didn't call Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis, with whom he has clashed on issues such as COVID-19 policies and migration. Presidents frequently speak directly with governors during emergency events -- both to demonstrate political unity and to help coordinate federal and state relief efforts. As the devastating Category 3 storm approached, Biden instead spoke with Tampa Mayor Jane Castor, St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch and Clearwater Mayor Frank Hibbard. Castor and Welch are Democrats, while Hibbard is a Republican. DeSantis is a potential 2024 Republican presidential candidate and has frequently criticized Biden's performance.

Swedish experts report explosions at Nord Stream pipeline sites

Swedish experts report explosions at Nord Stream pipeline sites --Seismologists confirm underwater blasts were detected, as foul play suspected | 27 Sept 2022 | Scientists in Denmark and Sweden registered underwater explosions near the Nord Stream pipelines on Monday, when several major leaks were reported. Sabotage is now believed to be behind the damage. "There is no doubt that these were explosions," seismologist Bjorn Lund of Sweden's National Seismology Centre (SNSN) told public broadcaster SVT on Tuesday. The Danish military released aerial footage of the leaks, showing large spots and visible bubbling in the water. Nord Stream 1 suffered two leaks northeast of the Danish island of Bornholm, while Nord Stream 2 was damaged south of Dueodde, a beach located at the island's southernmost tip, the military noted.

Wisconsin Senator Documents Big Tech Rigging the 2022 Election Against Republicans

Wisconsin Senator Documents Big Tech Rigging the 2022 Election Against Republicans | 26 Sept 2022 | Fed up with the repeated censorship of his work, Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson penned a letter to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki demanding the Big Tech company answer for its deliberate attempts to silence him online. For more than a year, YouTube censors have suppressed, banned, and limited content from Johnson and his team. These attempts to limit Johnson's reach aren't just censorship, they are blatant meddling in Johnson's reelection chances. Big Tech's efforts to subdue Johnson's rigorous commitment to exposing the truth are joined by corporate media and Democrats, both of which are working to ensure that the Wisconsin Republican is replaced by a radical Democrat this fall. Knowledge about Johnson's work in the Senate is key to his reelection chances but if Big Tech's track record suggests anything, there's nothing stopping companies like YouTube from privately limiting key information voters need to formulate an opinion about Johnson and his opponent. As Johnson documents in his letter, Big Tech was more than willing to publicly blacklist the senator over discussions about Covid-19, early treatments, the jab, and the 2020 election.

Secret Service took the cellphones of 24 agents involved in Jan. 6 response and gave them to investigators

Secret Service took the cellphones of 24 agents involved in Jan. 6 response and gave them to investigators | 27 Sept 2022 | Senior leadership at the Secret Service confiscated the cellphones of 24 agents involved in the agency's response to the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the Capitol and handed them over to the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general, according to two sources with knowledge of the action. The agency handed over the phones "shortly after" a July 19 letter was sent by Inspector General Joseph Cuffari's office around the time he launched a criminal probe into the Secret Service's missing text messages from Jan. 6, the sources said. It is unclear what, if any, information the Office of Inspector General has been able to obtain from the cellphones. [Hmm... Where's the cellphone seizure of those surrounding the person who leaked the Supreme Court decsion on Roe v. Wade to stoke riots all summer?]

Lights out, ovens off: Europe preps for winter energy crisis

Lights out, ovens off: Europe preps for winter energy crisis | 26 Sept 2022 | As Europe heads into winter in the throes of an energy crisis [created by the WEF to hasten the arrival of the Great Reset], offices are getting chillier. Statues and historic buildings are going dark. Bakers who can't afford to heat their ovens are talking about giving up, while fruit and vegetable growers face letting greenhouses stand idle. In poorer eastern Europe, people are stocking up on firewood, while in wealthier Germany, the wait for an energy-saving heat pump can take half a year. And businesses don't know how much more they can cut back. The restaurants already run the grills no more than necessary and use motion detectors to turn off lights in storage, with some stores facing a 750% increase in electricity bills since the beginning of the year.

DoD Wouldn't Let Troops Wait for FDA-Approved Vaccine

DoD Wouldn't Let Troops Wait for FDA-Approved Vaccine | 27 Sept 2022 | The Pentagon considered as far back as October 2021 offering service members the option of taking the FDA-approved vaccine versus the vaccine authorized for emergency use before facing any punishment, but ultimately decided against it, paving the way for thousands to be discharged from the military, according to documents obtained by Breitbart News. A senior defense official proposed in an October 20, 2021, action memo allowing service members who did not want to take the vaccine that was under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) -- known as the PfizerBioNTech COVID-19 vaccine -- to wait instead for the FDA-approved vaccine -- known as Comirnaty -- before facing punishment for being unvaccinated... According to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) recently, some military whistleblowers have claimed that vaccine vials at a military base were mislabeled "Comirnaty," when their lot number appears on a CDC database listing EUA vaccine lot numbers. Johnson last month sent a letter to the DoD, FDA, and CDC demanding answers.

Doctor Turns Against Messenger RNA COVID-19 Vaccines, Calls for Global Pause

Doctor Turns Against Messenger RNA COVID-19 Vaccines, Calls for Global Pause | 27 Sept 2022 | A doctor who promoted COVID-19 vaccines is now calling for health authorities around the world to pause the administration of two of the most-widely utilized COVID-19 vaccines, saying that the benefits from the vaccines may not outweigh the risks. "There is more than enough evidence--I would say the evidence is overwhelming--to pause the rollout of the vaccine," Dr. Aseem Malhotra, a British cardiologist and evidence-based medicine expert, told The Epoch Times. A paper from Malhotra detailing the evidence was published on Sept. 26. Among the citations is a recent reanalysis of the Pfizer and Moderna clinical trials that concluded that vaccinated trial participants were at higher risk of serious adverse events. He called the study a "smoking gun." Malhotra also pointed to the lack of reduction in mortality or severe disease in the trials, which were completed in 2020.

White House Warns Russia of 'Catastrophic' Consequences Over Nuclear Weapons

White House Warns Russia of 'Catastrophic' Consequences Over Nuclear Weapons | 25 Sept 2022 | White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan on Sunday issued a warning to the Kremlin following recent statements by top Russian officials regarding the possible use of nuclear weapons. "Let me say it plainly: If Russia crosses this line, there will be catastrophic consequences for Russia," Sullivan said on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday. Last week, Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a directive to partially mobilize Russia's reserve forces and suggested Moscow would use all weapons in its arsenal. Former President Dmitry Medvedev, meanwhile, issued a more explicit threat about using nukes if Russia's territorial integrity were threatened. "This is not a bluff," Putin said during his speech. "And those who try to blackmail us with nuclear weapons should know that the weathervane can turn and point towards them." But if nukes are used, the United States will respond, Sullivan warned.

Ebola infections grow in Uganda as death toll rises to 23

Ebola infections grow in Uganda as death toll rises to 23 | 26 Sept 2022 | Ebola infections have risen across districts in Uganda, bringing the cumulative number of confirmed and suspected deaths to 23, health authorities in the east African country said Monday. Uganda declared an Ebola outbreak last Tuesday after a case of the relatively rare Sudan strain was detected in the country's Mubende district. The virus has now spread to neighboring Kyegegwa and Kassanda districts, with the Ugandan Health Ministry reporting that cumulative cases had risen to 36, including confirmed and probable cases.

Russian Gas Pipelines to Germany Blown Up

Russian Gas Pipelines to Germany Blown Up | 27 Sept 2022 | On Monday night, the pressure in Nord Stream 2, the undersea gas line connecting Russia and Germany, plummeted and began leaking gas bubbles into the Baltic sea near the Danish island of Bornholm. Less than an hour ago reports of pressure drops in BOTH Nord Stream lines 1 & 2! The photo above was taken by military helicopter over one of the rupture sites, showing gas bubbling to the surface of the sea. The Baltic Sea pipeline which had never been put into operation seems to have been DESTROYED. The leak was noticed for the first time, Monday night (European time). A spokeswoman for the gas network operator, GASCADE, confirms that pipeline sensors registered a massive drop in pressure in the pipeline, and sounded alarms. According to the Nordstream 2 operators, the pressure dropped from 105 bars to 7 bars. German media is reporting that a leak in the newly built pipeline is most likely the result of sabotage. [Looks like the Great Reset dirt-bags are accelerating their time frame. Ironically, these are the same "people" who allegedly worship the environment and made climate change the centerpiece of their agenda. By the way, Karine Jean-Pierre: that would be Nord Stream, not Nordstrom. --LRP]

Tampa International Airport set to close as Hurricane Ian continues rapid intensification

Tampa International Airport set to close as Hurricane Ian continues rapid intensification --Ian now a Category 3 hurricane | 27 Sept 2022 | As Ian continues to intensify just south of Cuba on Monday night, Tampa International Airport announced plans to suspend operations. Meanwhile, mandatory evacuations were underway in Florida as the state braced for the strengthening hurricane. Aided by low wind shear and warm waters in the western Caribbean, Hurricane Ian has strengthened rapidly over the past 24 hours. Now, at 2:30 a.m. EDT, Ian has been upgraded to a Category 3 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, making it the second major hurricane of the season so far.

Hurricane Ian: Buccaneers making contingency plans to potentially move Week 4 matchup vs. Chiefs due to storm

Hurricane Ian: Buccaneers making contingency plans to potentially move Week 4 matchup vs. Chiefs due to storm | 26 Sept 2022 | A matchup between two interconference contenders who recently met in the Super Bowl is scheduled to take place this upcoming Sunday night, as the Kansas City Chiefs plan to take a trip to Tampa to face the Buccaneers. However, Hurricane Ian could change how the teams prepare for the important showdown, or even move it altogether. According to the Tampa Bay Times, Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles said Monday that the team is working with the NFL to make contingency plans in case they are forced to move Sunday's game, or make arrangements for the Buccaneers to practice in another city if Hurricane Ian were to make landfall near Tampa. Hurricane Ian is quickly approaching Cuba, and is expected to rapidly strengthen into a major hurricane as it moves into the eastern part of the Gulf of Mexico, per The Weather Channel. As of now, the projections show the hurricane making its largest impact/landfall in Tampa on Wednesday through Thursday.

Snowden gets Russian citizenship

Snowden gets Russian citizenship | 26 Sept 2022 | President Vladimir Putin has granted Russian citizenship to US National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, Russia's TASS news agency confirmed on Monday. The American's name was included without fanfare on a list of 72 foreigners who became citizens. Snowden, who applied for citizenship in 2020 upon receiving permanent residency rights, has not commented on the decision as of Monday evening Moscow time. His wife will also apply for citizenship, according to his lawyer. The former Booz-Allen contractor is not eligible for mobilization to the Ukrainian front as he did not serve in the Russian army, the attorney said in a statement to media, pouring cold water on feverish social media speculation that Snowden might be drafted now that he was officially a Russian citizen of military age.

Meloni's right-wing bloc wins Italian election

Meloni's right-wing bloc wins Italian election --The Brothers of Italy leader is on course to become the first female prime minister in the country's history | 26 Sept 2022 | The right-wing bloc led by Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FI) party is heading for victory in the snap parliamentary election, which took place on Sunday. With most of the ballots counted, early results released by the Interior Ministry on Monday suggested that the coalition will have a solid majority in both houses of the Italian parliament. Brothers of Italy were in the lead with 26%, the ministry said, after more than 90% of the ballots were counted. Matteo Salvini's League and former PM Silvio Berlusconi's Forza Italia -- FI's partners in the bloc -- were on 9% and 8%, respectively.

Green group influencing Biden admin has deep ties to Chinese government

Green group influencing Biden admin has deep ties to Chinese government | 26 Sept 2022 | The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a major U.S. green group that has influenced Biden administration policymaking, has deep ties to the Chinese government. The NRDC, a non-profit organization based in New York City with total assets exceeding $450 million, has worked on climate issues extensively in China since the mid-1990s and several of its top officials have worked for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) or government-sponsored institutions. The NRDC maintains a close working relationship with the Biden administration. The NRDC's former president, Gina McCarthy, served as Biden's climate czar up from January 2021 until earlier this month. Current president, Manish Bapna, has attended at least two White House meetings, visitor logs reviewed by Fox News Digital show. The NRDC regularly communicates with Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry's office on policy issues, according to internal State Department emails obtained by the watchdog group Protect the Public's Trust and shared with Fox News Digital. [This is the Great Reset.]

15 killed in Russian school shooting by 'neo-Nazi'

15 killed in Russian school shooting by 'neo-Nazi' | 26 Sept 2022 | Fifteen people were killed and many others injured in a shooting incident at a school in the city of Izhevsk in Russia's Urals region on Monday, the country's Investigative Committee has said. The male suspect was wearing a ski mask and a black T-shirt featuring Nazi symbols, officials added. They said he died by suicide after the attack and his identity is currently being established. At least eleven of the victims were students at School No. 88 in the city, which has a population of over 600,000. Two security guards and several teachers were also killed, the Investigative Committee said. The attack has left 24 people injured, including 22 children, according to the agency. The suspect was armed with two nonlethal pistols that had been altered to fire live ordnance, Russian lawmaker Aleksandr Khinshtein has claimed.

S&P 500 notches new closing low for 2022, Dow falls into bear market

S&P 500 notches new closing low for 2022, Dow falls into bear market | 26 Sept 2022 | The S&P 500 notched a new closing low for 2022 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped into a bear market as interest rates surged and turmoil rocked global currencies. The S&P 500 declined 1.03% to 3,655.04, falling below the June closing low of 3,666.77. At one point during the day, the index dipped to 3,644.76, less than eight points away from its intraday low of 2022: 3,636.87. The Dow dropped 329.60 points, or 1.11%, to 29,260.81 -- accelerating losses in the final moments of trading. The 30-stock index is down about 20.4% from its Jan. 4 closing high. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.60% to 10,802.92.

Venezuela Empties Prisons, Sends Violent Criminals to U.S. Border, Says DHS Report

Venezuela Empties Prisons, Sends Violent Criminals to U.S. Border, Says DHS Report | 18 Sept 2022 | A recent Department of Homeland Security intelligence report received by the Border Patrol instructs agents to look for Venezuelan inmates released from entering the U.S., according to a source within CBP. The report, reviewed by Breitbart Texas, indicates the Venezuelan government, under the leadership of Nicolás Maduro Moros, is purposely freeing inmates -- including some convicted of murder, rape, and extortion. The intelligence report warns agents the freed prisoners have been seen within migrant caravans traveling from Tapachula, Mexico, toward the U.S.-Mexico border as recently as July. The report does not state whether the released prison inmates were traveling as a cohesive group but does state it was commonly shared knowledge among migrants traveling to the United States within a caravan in July that many of the Venezuelan migrants in the group were convicts and included hardened criminals.

Cayler Ellingson's alleged killer not under house arrest, no curfew after posting 'very low' bond - court docs

Cayler Ellingson's alleged killer not under house arrest, no curfew after posting 'very low' bond - court docs --Former assistant US attorney says "very low" bond is "woefully inadequate" | 26 Sept 2022 |Shannon Brandt, who is accused of fatally hitting 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson with an SUV, is not under house arrest and has no curfew after posting a 50,000 bond, according to court documents obtained by Fox News Digital. Brandt, 41, was released from jail after posting the bond on Sept. 20 after police say he fatally hit Ellington with an SUV during the early morning hours of Sept. 18 following a street dance at a local bar in McHenry, North Dakota. The incident happened around 2:35 a.m., court documents show, stating that Brandt originally fled the scene but later called 911 and told the operator that he hit Ellingson because he believed that the teenager was part of a "Republican extremist group," adding that he had a "political argument" with Ellingson. Brandt also alleged that Ellingson was calling other people to come "get him."

FBI raids home of Catholic pro-life speaker, author with guns drawn as his terrified kids watch

FBI raids home of Catholic pro-life speaker, author with guns drawn as his terrified kids watch --"The kids were all just screaming. It was all just very scary and traumatic," Ryan-Marie Houck described. | 23 Sept 2022 | A well-known pro-life author, sidewalk counselor, and father of seven was the latest victim of a U.S. Department of Justice-sponsored SWAT raid and arrest -- for supposed "FACE Act" violations -- at his rural home as his children looked on "screaming." Mark Houck is the founder and president of The King's Men, which promotes healing for victims of pornography addiction and promotes Christian virtues among men in the United States and Europe. According to his wife Ryan-Marie, who spoke with LifeSiteNews, he also drives two hours south to Philadelphia every Wednesday to sidewalk counsel for six to eight hours at two different abortion centers. Ryan-Marie, who is a homeschooling mother, described how the SWAT team of 25 to 30 FBI agents swarmed their property with around 15 vehicles at 7:05 a.m. this morning.

Inflation May Cost Average US Family Extra $11,500 This Year

Inflation May Cost Average US Family Extra $11,500 This Year | 23 Sept 2022 | Americans are set to pay an extra $11,500 this year if they want to enjoy the same standard of living they maintained in 2020, according to new estimates from NerdWallet. The estimates, published in August, were based on inflation and annual spending data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Analysts at the personal finance company looked at how spending would compare this year to 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Analysts said 2020 was the "last full year when inflation was relatively stable." In that year, the U.S. inflation rate was 1.23 percent. As of August, inflation in the United States stands at 8.3 percent, according to BLS data.

New Zealand Prime Minister Calls for a Global Censorship System

New Zealand Prime Minister Calls for a Global Censorship System By Jonathan Turley | 25 Sept 2022 | New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is the latest liberal leader to call for an international alliance to censor speech. Unsatisfied with the unprecedented corporate censorship of social media companies, leaders like Hillary Clinton have turned from private censorship to good old-fashioned state censorship. Speech regulation has become an article of faith on the left. Ardern used her speech this week to the United Nations General Assembly to call for censorship on a global scale. Ardern lashed out at "disinformation" and called for a global coalition to control speech... She defended the need for such global censorship on having to combat those who question climate change and the need to stop "hateful and dangerous rhetoric and ideology."

DeSantis mobilizes national guard ahead of likely hurricane

DeSantis mobilizes national guard ahead of likely hurricane | 25 Sept 2022 | Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis on Sunday said the state is mobilizing resources as Tropical Storm Ian bears down on the state, including activating 2,500 national guard troops and preparing more than 2 million meals for residents. DeSantis, speaking to reporters during a news conference inside the state Emergency Operations Center, said the latest forecast shows that Ian will make landfall in Taylor County in northern Florida by mid-week. While the storm may weaken or change its current path, the governor urged people to begin preparing for a major weather event that could leave many Floridians without power for days.

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