Tucker Carlson’s Interview with President Putin

Why I’m interviewing Vladimir Putin

Tucker Carlson is presently in Russia and has interviewed President Putin.  He explains here why he is there and why he has conducted this interview.  

This is causing lots of condemnation in main stream media.  Newsweek has said that he could face sanctions over the interview: “Tucker Carlson’s interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin could see the journalist targeted by EU lawmakers, current and former members of the European Parliament have told Newsweek.”


It’s Here

Paul Joseph Watson takes a humerous look at the mainstream media response to the Tucker Carlson and President Putin meeting.


Maui ‘Ground Zero’ for Release of Billions of Biopesticide Lab-Altered Mosquitoes

Up to 775,992,000 bacteria-infected mosquitoes could be released in Maui every week for the next 20 years, according to Hawaii Unites, an environmental advocacy group that last month lost its bid to require the state to conduct an environmental impact statement before allowing the controversial project to proceed.
Hawaii Unites in May 2023 sued the state in the Circuit Court of the First Circuit in Hawaii. The group’s president and founder, Tina Lia, told The Defender:
“These biopesticide lab-altered mosquitoes are already being released in East Maui. Hawaii Unites has taken the state to court seeking a ruling to require an environmental impact statement for the project and comprehensive studies of the risks.”  Read more…

Do Cabbage Leaves Really Relieve Pain?

“Cabbage leaves are sometimes referred to as the “poor man’s poultice” due to their pain-relieving effects. Long considered as nothing more than a folk remedy, a randomized open-labeled controlled clinical trial demonstrates that not only are cabbage leaves’ pain-relieving properties real — they work better than diclofenac gel, a widely used topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).”  Read more…

Scientists Discover Microplastics Within Donated Testes and Semen

Scientists have for the first time detected microplastic particles within donated human testes and semen, averaging 12 particles/gram tissue and 0.23 particles/ml semen. Findings provide unprecedented evidence of microplastics permeating and accumulating within the male reproductive system.  Read more…

“Biodefense in the Age of Synthetic Biology”: Warfare Applications Of Attacking Populations Through Their Microbiome And Immune System

Ana Maria Mihalcea – “I would like to draw attention to this Department of Defense sponsored paper explaining how synthetic biology can be used for warfare purposes. Note that one stealth attack of humans is to attack or modify the gut microbiome, which affects the immune system and mental health. Interestingly, the Covid 19 bioweapon injections and the original Covid weapon did just that, modify the microbiome. I have been arguing that polymer plastics are involved in the toxicity of the C19 bioweapons that self spread. Clinically, I have seen many people complain about gastrointestinal problems, like diarrhea, nausea, bloating, cramping, lack of appetite, extreme fatigue and brainfog after eating food, especially meat. I had shown that meat is a source of extreme contamination.”  Read more…

Floating Wrecks: Perpetually Failing Siemens Offshore Wind Turbines Practically Uninsurable

“The wind industry’s sudden implosion saw Siemens suffer a €5.8 billion ($6.3 billion) market value write-down in a single day in June, followed by another 40% write-down in October – slashing a further €3 billion ($3.16 billion) off its market value, following revelations by Siemens that it was demanding billions in government-backed guarantees from the German government.
At the heart of their woes is a machine that wears out much faster than promised, is naturally costly to maintain and, in marine environments, suffering catastrophic and often fatal mechanical failures, which requires the turbine to be removed and dragged back to shore for a complete overhaul. Needless to say the cost of all that is astronomical.  Read more…

UK’s “Online Safety Act” Officially Grants MSM Premission To Publish Lies

“Yes, it’s true – the recently signed “Online Safety Act” brands the publication of “false information” a criminal offense punishable by up to a year in prison…
…unless you’re an MSM outlet, when it’s totally fine.
Think even the corrupt & bloated criminal class that rules over us would never dare be that blatant?
Take a look at section 179 making it illegal to publish false information with intent to cause harm.”  Read more…


It’s time to admit that genes are not the blueprint for life

The view of biology often presented to the public is oversimplified and out of date. Scientists must set the record straight, argues a new book: How Life Works: A User’s Guide to the New Biology Philip Ball Pan Macmillan (2024)

For too long, scientists have been content in espousing the lazy metaphor of living systems operating simply like machines, says science writer Philip Ball in How Life Works. Yet, it’s important to be open about the complexity of biology — including what we don’t know — because public understanding affects policy, health care and trust in science. “So long as we insist that cells are computers and genes are their code,” writes Ball, life might as well be “sprinkled with invisible magic”. But, reality “is far more interesting and wonderful”, as he explains in this must-read user’s guide for biologists and non-biologists alike.
When the human genome was sequenced in 2001, many thought that it would prove to be an ‘instruction manual’ for life. But the genome turned out to be no blueprint. In fact, most genes don’t have a pre-set function that can be determined from their DNA sequence.  Read more…