RFK Jr.: “Mega-Billionaires” are Using Climate Change to Usher in Totalitarian Controls of Population (Video)

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. joined Kim Iverson for an exclusive interview this past week after announcing his official run for US President in Boston late last week.
RFK Jr. is not your typical communist Democrat. Democrats must by very worried as RFK Jr. starts making the media rounds. The noted environmentalist is not a globalist totalitarian. He is a free market capitalist. That makes him unique on the current Democrat platform.
During his recent discussion with Iverson, Kennedy said the “mega-billionaires” are using climate change to usher in totalitarian controls of the population.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: Climate issues and pollution issues are being exploited by, you know, the the World Economic Forum and Bill Gates and all of these big, you know, mega billionaires. The same way that COVID was exploited to use it as an excuse to clamp down top down totalitarian controls on society and to and then to give us engineering solutions. And if you look closely, as it turns out, the guys who are promoting those engineering solutions are the people who own the IPS, the patents for those solutions. It’s a way they’ve given climate chaos a bad name because people now see that it’s just another crisis that’s being used to strip by the wealth of the poor and to enrich billionaires. And I, for 40 years, have had the same policy on climate and engineering. You can go check my speeches from the 1980s, and I’ve said, the most important solution for environmental issues? Not top down controls. It’s free market capitalism.
He could be running as a MAGA Republican with that agenda.

Democrats must be very worried about RFK, Jr. His message makes too much sense. Will they be able to hide him in the basement from the Democrat base?

RFK Jr. Makes Powerful Statement On The WEF And Climate Change During Kim Iverson Interview
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Tucker Carlson’s Maine Neighbors Rally Around Him After Fox Ousting as They Share What He’s Really Like

When Tucker Carlson’s Maine neighbors talk about him, it has nothing to do with the show that rocked the media and political worlds during Carlson’s stint with Fox News.
“He is one of the most down-to-earth people I’ve ever met who was so-called famous,” Neil Olsen, 75, said, according to the Daily Mail.
“I’m a layman, let’s just say. I’m a nobody, and I’m out there doing some fishing and trapping, and Tucker’s spending time with me,” he said.
“And I could just tell, he just wants to be a down-to-earth person. I haven’t met anyone who’s been around this guy that didn’t like him,” he continued.
Carlson has a home in Bryant Pond, located within the town of Woodstock in western Maine. Carlson has largely worked from Maine in the summer since the days of the pandemic when he had a studio built there. He also owns a home in Florida.

Susan Hatstat, 37, who works at a convenience store, called her frequent customer “just a really good guy, always super polite.”
“He’s normal when he’s here, nice to everybody. He doesn’t act like a celebrity. He comes here, grabs snacks, gets treats for his dogs. I like him, and his family’s really nice,” she added.
“You go around some people and they’re stuffed shirts, if you know what I’m saying. Tucker isn’t what people think he is,” Olsen said, recalling a conversation he and Carlson had about religion.
“So I said to Tucker, there are like eight different religions, and everybody thinks theirs is the best, so seven of them have got to be wrong,” he said he told the former Fox News host.
“And his quote to me was something I’m going to live by the rest of my life: He said, ‘Neil, for me, in all religions, we all know that there’s something special out there,’ and for him it’s God. I just thought that was a great answer,” Olsen said.
Olsen recalled one time when Carlson invited him and his family to watch a show at the studio.
“One of my daughters really, let’s just say, wasn’t a Tucker fan,” he said.
“When she left there, he didn’t necessarily win her over with all the political aspects, but she left there knowing, hey, he’s actually a nice guy,” he continued.

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— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) April 28, 2023

Patrick Feeney, a carpenter who cares for Carlson’s property when he is not there, called him “very generous, very honest — super honest. Wouldn’t do anything dishonest,” according to the Sun Journal.
Feeney said that on the day he was fired, “Tucker did not seem upset or nervous at all. I don’t think it’s going to be a hiccup in his life.”
Perhaps the best testimony to the way Carlson has become a fixture in Maine life was a headline from the Bangor Daily News on the Associated Press story that announced Carlson had been fired.
“Maine man loses television job,” the headline read.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal. […]


Hackaday Links: April 30, 2023

Cloudy with a chance of concrete? The “success” of last week’s brief but eventful Starship launch has apparently raised some regulatory eyebrows, with the Federal Aviation Administration launching an investigation into the destruction wrought by the mighty rocket. And it’s not just the hapless Dodge Caravan that they’re concerned with — although we found some fantastic POV footage that shows the kill shot as well as close-ups of the results — but also the damage rained down upon residents around the Boca Chica launch complex. Tons of concrete and rebar were excavated by the 33 Raptor engines during the launch and sent in all directions, reportedly landing up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) from the pad. What’s worse, a lot of debris ended up on beaches that are home to endangered species, which has the Sierra Club also taking an interest. The FAA has apparently nixed any launches from the Texas facility until they complete their investigation.

If you’re worried about — or praying for — an alien invasion, you can relax: the US government says UFOs aren’t aliens. But that doesn’t mean anyone knows what they actually are, at least according to Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, who as the Pentagon’s Director of the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office has the coolest job title in government. His testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee last week made it pretty clear that the vast majority of UFOs, or UAP as they prefer to call them — the “A” is for “Anomolous” rather than “Aerial,” which covers the non-flying phenomena — can be boiled down to the usual “swamp gas and Venus” explanations. But not all of them; he included an example in his testimony of a spherical UAP captured by “electro-optical sensors” that defies analysis. A full report is due later in the summer, so we’ll be keen to see what they’ve got to say.
Have you ever wondered who invented binary? We’d always assumed it was someone with the misfortune to lose 80% of their fingers, but apparently not, according to this short paper. The author claims it was a fellow named Thomas Harriot, who left manuscripts in the early 1600s fiddling with binary notation with experiments on the specific gravity of various types of wine. As an alchemist, he used the troy system of measurements, which breaks an ounce down into 480 grains and has customary divisions of 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, and 1/16. He must have gotten interested in the whole powers-of-two thing, because he wrote out the first 16 binary numbers, and tried his hand at a couple of binary multiplication problems. It’s kind of neat to think that the old-school “rods per hogshead” measuring system would do something that a decimal-based system couldn’t, but there it is.
Apparently it’s festival season, specifically vintage computer festivals, which seem to be cropping up all over. Our own Tom Nardi had quite a time at VCF East a couple of weekends back, and now we hear of VCF Southwest, to be held June 23 to 25 in Dallas. Looks like it’ll be a pretty cool show, so stop by if you’re in the area. And across the pond we have RetroTechUK coming up, on May 21 in Coventry. That also looks like a pretty big deal, so get your tickets early. And please report back if you go — we love hearing boots-on-the-ground reports from events like these.
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Buccaneers Linebacker Shaquil Barrett’s 2-Year-Old Daughter Drowns in Pool

Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Shaquil Barrett’s 2-year-old daughter, Arrayah, drown in the family’s pool Sunday morning.
Officers responded to a call about the little girl falling in the pool Sunday morning.
Arrayah was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Arrayah was one of Shaquil Barrett’s 4 children with wife, Jordanna.

“Today’s tragic news is heartbreaking for all members of the Buccaneers family,” the Bucs said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Shaq, Jordanna and the entire Barrett family during this unimaginably difficult time. While no words can provide true comfort at a time such as this, we offer our support and love as they begin to process this very profound loss of their beloved Arrayah.”

— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) April 30, 2023

The Tampa Bay Times reported:
Bucs linebacker Shaquil Barrett’s 2-year-old daughter, Arrayah, drowned in the swimming pool at the family’s south Tampa home Sunday morning.
According to the Tampa Police Department, officers responded to Barrett’s home in the Beach Park area of Tampa just before 9:30 a.m. in reference to a child who had fallen into a pool. The child was transported to an area hospital. Despite lifesaving measures taken, the child was pronounced deceased a short time later.
The investigation is ongoing. It is not believed to be suspicious in nature at this time, but a purely accidental and tragic incident, according to a statement released by TPD on Sunday.
Barrett and wife Jordanna, who were high school sweethearts, have three older children: Shaquil Jr., Braylon, Aaliyah. Arrayah was born two months after Barrett and the Bucs beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55. He had just signed a four-year, $72 million contract with $34 million guaranteed. […]


County Councilman Triggers Woke Liberals and Gets Them to Protest Their Own Ideology by Proclaiming He Is Now a Lesbian “Woman of Color” (VIDEO)

Credit: David Penticuff/Muncie StarPress
An Indiana Republican politician caused woke leftists to lose their minds when he reintroduced himself as a “woman of color” and “a lesbian” because he is attracted to women.
Earlier this month, Delaware County council member Ryan Webb posted a photo to his Facebook account showing him with a pistol in his waistband. The caption read “Ready for an awesome day! Hope everyone has a great day!”
The “awesome day” he was referring was him “coming out” as a black, transgender female.
The Muncie Star-Press reported Webb posted the following message:
After much consideration I have decided to come out and finally feel comfortable announcing my true authentic self, It is with great relief that I announce to everyone that I identify as a woman and not just any woman but as a woman of color as well. I guess this would make me gay/lesbian as well, since I am attracted to women.

Ryan Webb, a white councilman in Indiana, now identifies as a woman of color
The best part? The media being forced to take him seriously: pic.twitter.com/pM5PZsy2OH
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) April 30, 2023

Last Tuesday, hordes of woke leftist students stormed the city council meeting and demanded Webb resign. One student whined that Webb was making the process of discovering who is trans more difficult.
Here’s a photo of the pouting students.
Credit: David Penticuff/StarPress
A morbidly obese trans woman named Charlize Jamieson also angrily blasted Webb, claiming that he was being disingenuous and “his words not only embarrass himself, but you, the county council.”

Webb, however, had an epic retort.
Do you think you have the password to the forbidden world of coming out? When you decided to become a woman did people tell you that it was unbecoming.
Sorry pal but you don’t get to be the decider of who is acceptable and who isn’t. I was hoping that you and I could be friends now that we are both ladies who used to be men. I’ll give you some more time.
This brutal reply lays bare the utter fraud of the whole trans movement. The truth is Webb is every bit the “woman” Jameison is.
Webb made this apt point after his detractors finally stopped complaining. He also pointed out that they made rules and now must accept the results.
To clarify, I never claimed to be trans anything. “I simply expressed my own gender identity … I’m being dead serious. This isn’t a joke. I said what I said. I don’t know what to tell you.
You don’t get to question me. You do not get to require proof from me. You were part of the movement that helped establish these rules and set the bar, OK? You don’t get to come later when someone else joins the club that you don’t want in … You don’t get to question how I identify.
Webb told the News-Press after the council meeting that he is unmoved by the triggered leftists’ demands and would never resign from the council.
I would never resign my position on the county council. That would be an enormous disservice to the thousands of voters who chose me to be their representative.
Webb also stated that how he identifies has nothing to with his job performance.
The whole radical trans movement will become even more obvious to the general public if more people follow Webb. And that is precisely what they are afraid of. […]


How Many More?

On the heels of the “How Many More” rally in Austin, Texas, the Washington Post sat perched atop the Drudge Report with a story regarding what they described as a man killing 5 of his neighbors because they complained he was shooting an AR-15 in his yard at all hours of the night.

However, If you were actually interested in the details, it became horrifically obvious that the shooter and the victims were illegal immigrants.

Additionally, the description of the yard led the reader to envision a typical suburban lot when it was a rural area in Texas where target practice is common, a stark reminder of the mockingbird media twisting the fine points to further the globalists’ anti-Second Amendment Bilderberg agenda.

But at the “How Many More” rally, truth was on full display, where unsettling truths were expressed passionately and with focus.
Meanwhile, the media turns on the very people calling for action on the life threatening invasion on our southern border as millions more will pour over after Title 42 ends on May 11th.
This just spotlights the cancerous rot of Obama’s modernization of the Smith Mundt Act in 2012, where propaganda is now dominating crucial life saving information that, when left unreported, will hasten the downfall of western civilization as it is intended.Get back in the game, jump on our major sale at the store now! […]


Bombshell! Pfizer & FDA Aggressively Pushed COVID Vaccine on Pregnant Women Despite Knowing mRNA Shot Caused Dire Fetal & Infant Risks

Pfizer and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) knew by early 2021 that Pfizer’s mRNA COVID vaccine resulted in horrible damage to fetuses and babies, according to the pharmaceutical company’s own clinical trial documents.
The 8-page report published last week by the FDA under court order, titled, “Pregnancy and Lactation Cumulative Review,” details a 2021 trial that found a whopping 54% of expecting mothers experienced a range of adverse and even severe reactions after receiving Pfizer’s COVID mRNA shot.

21% of the women who experienced adverse reactions suffered from spontaneous abortions, and 6 of the 248 women with adverse reactions had premature deliveries or newborn deaths, according to the data.
But it gets worse. The report also shows mRNA vaccine-tainted breastmilk harmed nursing babies.

The trial data (p. 6-7) reveals that 19% (41/215) of babies in Pfizer’s trial exposed to the company’s COVID mRNA vaccine through their mothers’ breast milk suffered from 48 different types of adverse events, including vomiting, insomnia, lethargy, pain, and rashes.
Pfizer concludes the trial with the following summary:
“The cases reviewed above are indicative of what is in the Pfizer safety database as of 28 February 2021. The sponsor (Pfizer/BioNTech) will continue to monitor and report on all pregnancy exposure and lactation cases. It is important to note that the spontaneous safety database is intended for hypothesis generation and not hypothesis testing.”Maintain peak vigilance by taking advantage of our latest sale now!
The results of the clinical trial were approved by a Pfizer employee on April 20, 2021.

Just days later, on April 23, 2021, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky held a White House press briefing where she recommended pregnant women get vaccinated.
“According to the CDC, there is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccination causes any problem with pregnancy, including the development of the placenta, and pregnant people experience the same side effects following vaccination as those who aren’t pregnant,” VeryWell Health reported in May 2021.
In the months that followed, the CDC and FDA pushed an aggressive campaign to vaccinate pregnant women in the U.S. despite the horrific data.
Will these agencies and Pfizer be held to account for pushing the experimental mRNA injections on pregnant women knowing full well the dire health risks?
Read the document:

h/t Daily Clout
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Threema for iOS Improves OS Integration

All good things come in threes: the latest Threema update for iOS introduces profile pictures in push notifications, contacts in the Share Sheet, and Siri suggestions, thereby improving the app’s OS integration quite a bit.

Profile Pictures in Push Notifications

As of now, you can choose to have push notifications include your contacts’ profile pictures so you see at a glance who has reached out to you:

To configure which contact information appears in push notifications, please follow the instructions in this FAQ article.

Contacts in the Share Sheet

With the new Share Interactions setting enabled, the most relevant Threema contacts are available right in the Share Sheet when sharing content:

Siri Suggestions

If you regularly text the same contact under the same circumstances (e.g., at the same time of day), a shortcut to the respective contact is automatically added to the Siri suggestions, provided the “Share Interactions” setting is enabled.

To find out what else is new in version 5.1, please refer to the changelog.

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Texas Mass Shooter Francisco Oropesa is a Previously Deported Illegal Alien – Manhunt Still Underway – $80,000 Reward

Francisco Oropesa is considered armed and dangerous and could be anywhere, the FBI said on Sunday.
Oropesa shot and killed 5 neighbors, including a child in the Houston area on Saturday.
Law enforcement found Oropesa’s abandoned cell phone and a few articles of clothing, but tracking dogs lost his scent.

FBI Houston on Sunday published new photos of the mass shooter with a prominent arm tattoo.

The FBI also said it would spell Oropeza’s name “Oropesa” going forward.

Here are the newest images of Francisco Oropesa and a prominent tattoo on his left forearm.
Going forward, the subject’s last name will be spelled “Oropesa” to better reflect his identity in law enforcement systems. This remains a fluid investigation. #ClevelandTXShooting pic.twitter.com/ZWUu0FqoMF
— FBI Houston (@FBIHouston) April 30, 2023

“The multi-agency search for suspect Francisco Oropeza continues this morning. Reminder, if you see him DO NOT approach him. He is armed and dangerous. If you have a tip about his whereabouts call the San Jacinto County Sheriff’s Office at 936-653-4367.”” the FBI said in a tweet early Sunday morning.
Francisco Oropesa is a previously deported illegal alien, according to Fox News.
Fox News reported:
The FBI in Houston released new photos of a fugitive who allegedly killed five people Friday night in an execution-style mass shooting.
A manhunt continued Sunday afternoon, more than 24 hours after Francisco Oropesa, 38, allegedly shot five of his neighbors in their home, including an 8-year-old boy in Cleveland, Texas.
Oropesa is in the country illegally and has been deported previously, an ICE source told Fox News Digital. He has re-entered the U.S. illegally “multiple” times and ICE last encountered him in 2016, the course said.
In a Sunday afternoon press conference, San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers and FBI Houston Special agent in charge James Smith announced there is an $80,000 reward from the governor’s office, state agencies and the FBI for tips leading to an arrest.
“We do not know where he is that’s why we’ve come up with this reward,” Smith told reporters, adding there’s he’s sure Oropesa has contacted friends, they just need to find out who. “We have zero leads,” he added.
A criminal history search uncovered at least one DUI charge from 2009 to a man of the same name and age. Capers said deputies had been called to Oropesa’s home at least once before about “shooting his gun in the yard,” which isn’t necessarily illegal if a person is firing on their own property. […]


Where do Raiders go from here? A look at post-draft needs

In the immediate aftermath of his second draft in charge of the Raiders, general manager Dave Ziegler flashed a content but not completely satisfied look as he met with the media.
As he expressed his thoughts on the nine-player draft class the Raiders had assembled in three hectic days, there was excitement in all the possibilities of the new additions but also an understanding that the work is not nearly done.
“Unfortunately, when you go through the draft, you’re just not able to answer every question that you need,” Ziegler said. “There’s still going to be an element of going back and quality controlling some of our decisions. But overall, we do feel really good about it.”
A look at what went right for the Raiders and some of the work still left to do:
Adding playmaking ability
The Raiders talked a lot during the draft process about adding defensive players who can either get their hands on the ball or on the quarterback.
“Guys that can make plays on the football and disrupt the football, or disrupt the pocket, which can cause disruptive plays,” Ziegler said.”Things of that nature were some definitely influential factors.”
That element was a running theme throughout the draft.
Fourth-round cornerback Jakorian Bennett had more pass breakups (29) than games played (27) at Maryland, and combined with Georgia safety Christopher Smith, drafted in the fifth round, they had 11 interceptions in the past two seasons.
In first-round rush end Tyree Wilson from Texas Tech and third-round defensive tackle Byron Young from Alabama, the Raiders added two prospects who combined for 24.5 sacks in their college careers. And sixth-round linebacker Amari Burney from Florida had seven sacks and four interceptions.
Immediate contributors
Only time will tell how many rookies will crack the starting lineup or earn rotational roles. But Wilson and Young project as key contributors, second-round Notre Dame tight end Michael Mayer will see the field immediately, and Bennett, Smith and Burney have opportunities to earn significant playing time.
The quarterback
By adding veteran Jimmy Garoppolo as the short-term replacement for Derek Carr, the Raiders were not desperate to draft a quarterback. It turned out to be a wise decision, as the Raiders, picking No. 7 overall, missed out on the top prospects and were reluctant to pay the ransom required to move into position to secure C.J. Stroud.
In keeping with an organizational philosophy, though, the Raiders were determined to draft a quarterback and did so by trading up into the fourth round to select Purdue’s Aidan O’Connell.
In O’Connell’s case, it’s important to understand what he can’t do just as much as what he can do. He isn’t going to beat anyone with his legs, but his strength as a gifted and accurate passer who can process and make throws from the pocket is an ideal fit for coach Josh McDaniels’ offense.
O’Connell’s floor is a capable backup. But if he’s willing to work, learn and be patient — which he did at Purdue, where he was a walk-on and ninth on the depth chart as a freshman — his ceiling is attainable. And in a couple of years, the Raiders might have something.
Fell short
The Raiders had their eye on some of the top offensive line prospects, but the draft board didn’t fall their way at certain turns, and with so many other needs, they tabled that position rather than reached for it.
They circled back to the position in the undrafted free agent market by making two noticeable additions in Tennessee-Chattanooga guard McClendon Curtis and Arkansas tackle Dalton Wagner. Both will be given opportunities to earn roster spots, and Curtis has a chance to compete for the right guard position.
The Raiders also might look to post-draft free agency to add more competition, with right guard of particular interest.
Who knows if the Raiders would have taken Illinois cornerback Devon Witherspoon had he been available at No. 7. But he was clearly a person of interest at a position of need.
They did draft Bennett and signed three cornerbacks through free agency. But there is no clear-cut perimeter starter opposite Nate Hobbs, and like offensive line, Ziegler was pretty clear some help might be coming off the open market.
In a perfect world, Burney makes a strong run at a starting job, free-agent addition Robert Spillane is exactly what the Raiders hoped for, and holdovers Luke Masterson, Divine Deablo and Darien Butler take big steps forward.
But hoping for that and counting on it are two different things. So the Raiders could start mining the free-agent market for help.
Contact Vincent Bonsignore atvbonsignore@reviewjournal.com. Follow @VinnyBonsignore on Twitter. […]