May 09, 2021

Chinese Bioweapons

Timothy Birdnow

China was preparing for a biological attack on the U.S. in the event of war.

According to the U.K. Daily Mail:

Chinese scientists have been preparing for a Third World War fought with biological and genetic weapons including coronavirusfor the last six years, according to a document obtained by US investigators.

The bombshell paper, accessed by the US State Department, insists they will be 'the core weapon for victory' in such a conflict, even outlining the perfect conditions to release a bioweapon, and documenting the impact it would have on 'the enemy's medical system'.

This latest evidence that Beijing considered the military potential of SARS coronaviruses from as early as 2015 has also raised fresh fears over the cause of Covid-19, with some officials still believing the virus could have escaped from a Chinese lab.

The dossier by People's Liberation Army scientists and health officials, details of which were reported in The Australian,examined the manipulation of diseases to make weapons 'in a way never seen before'.

Senior government figures say it 'raises major concerns' over the intentions of those close to Chinese President Xi Jinping amid growing fears about the country's lack of regulation over its activity in laboratories.

Does anybody doubt the Chinese would employ biological weapons if push came to shove? The U.S. ended her biological weapons program during the Nixon Administration (although there probably has been some clandestine research since.)

Was Covid a biological attack? It certainly served the Chinese well, as it got the Trumpian foot off of their throats and now there is a compliant man occupying the White House.

And the Chinese have cleaned up financially from the closure of the rest of the world.

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Post-Modern Existentialism

Mark Musser

German theologian Helmut Thielicke’s (1908-86) "Modern Faith and Thought" was written to be as a theologically motivated existentialist dialogue of sorts between today’s western modern/ postmodern world, starring himself, with past personages, particularly of the Teutonic variety – all of whom greatly greased the skids to arrive where it is now stationed as of the early 1980’s when he wrote his book. Much like Emill Brunner before him, on the one hand, Thielicke is critical of existentialism, but yet on the other hand, he still maintains it – ostensibly to keep himself aloof from what he disturbingly calls the "ghetto” of conservative fundamentalists whose restrictive biblical viewpoints on apologetics and the inerrancy of the Scriptures prevent them from having any meaningful dialogue with our modernist and/or postmodernist evolutionary world of science and nihilism – an existential world he routinely considers to be autonomous and adult with no small thanks to the great influences Kant, Hegel, and Kierkegaard in particular had upon the western world since they published their works.

Thielicke thus summarizes at the end of his book his primary concern throughout, "The main theme, which is always visible, is that experienced or empirically stressed reality is a problem for faith. The visible challenges the invisible. Sight challenges faith. The temporal challenges the eternal.” Rather than try to defend the Christian faith on its own apologetic grounds, theologians must learn to personally dialogue with others today relative to their own empirical-exist ential sentiments, and Thielicke’s book, "Modern Faith and Thought," was written to show just how to do that.


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May 08, 2021

Covid Truth Summit

Selwyn Duke

https://www.selwynduke.com/2021/05/covid-truth-summit-is-proceeding-after-being-canceled-by-big-tech.html

Should the opinions on COVID-19 of 40 doctors and a number of scientists and researchers who have investigated the matter be heard? Not according to a bunch of techies who wouldn’t know a virus from an iris unless the former comprised computer code. Thus did web platform Kartra "cut the cable” to an event called the "Truth Over Fear” summit after the latter had already begun streaming expert talks to its ~50,000 subscribers.

The good news is that the conference — originally slated for April 30 through May 2 — was successfully rescheduled after organizers found a "conservative friendly” hosting platform.

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The State Religion

Courtesy of Jim Church

Wokism is now the official state religion of the United States of America.

https://www.steynonline.com/11283/we-have-met-the-enemy-part-ii?fbclid=IwAR0qhiIcA7e8JsDV0GVb4qbtBac0NAR_IOUfvEN35SK9qXo-XogvXqew0TE

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Maricopa County Hiding Vote Fraud

Timothy Birdnow

Maricopa County is refusing to cooperate with investigators into voting irregularities in the last election.

From the article:

Officials in Arizona's Maricopa County are withholding materials subpoenaed by the state legislature as part of its audit of the county's 2020 election, claiming that surrendering them would constitute a security risk for both law enforcement and federal agencies.

A Monday lettersent from the Maricopa County Attorney's Office to Ken Bennett, the former Arizona secretary of state and the liaison between the state Senate and the auditors, said the county had elected not to turn over "several routers" requested by the legislature due to an alleged

"significant security risk to law enforcement datautilized by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office as well as numerous federal agencies. We had previously believed that the risk would be eliminated by redacting the law enforcement data on the routers and not producing it. But we were informed that redaction did not eliminate the risk."
Bennett told Just the News that the state Senate's subpoena had requested
"access or control of all routers and tabulators ... used in connection with the administration of the 2020 election" as well as "the public IP of the [routers].

"I don't know why the routers in a tabulation and election center have anything to do with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office or numerous federal agencies. The sheriff's department and the Maricopa County tabulation and election center aren't even in the same building."

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Arguing with Idioits Illegals and Australia Edition

Timothy Birdnow

Having a fight on Facebook with an Australian Latino over illegal immigration.

Here is the thread:

Daniel Romero says:

Probably wouldn’t be fleeing their home countries if America hadn’t destabilised the whole Latin American region in order to exploit their resources and further advance their political agenda, but hey - boo "illegal immigrants”

Oh wait, weren’t all the boat people coming to Australia from countries that America destabilised in the early 2000’s for a war that was fought on false pretence and only served to advance American interests.

I retort:

Yawn. That was a nice rant Daniel Romero but you have no evidence to back it up - like a typical leftist kook.

Daniel Romero snarles back:

Timothy Birdnow did I scare you with my Latino sounding last name? Don’t worry, I’m Australian and have no plan to join your "illegals”

Also I actually vote for the right.

I support our current right wing government and your previously republican presidents (Bush and Trump) so I’m far from the left.

But wouldn’t expect any less of a comment from someone like yourself.

Let me guess, you also probably think America is the #1 country in the world but yet in every meaningful metric you are far from #1.

No doubt the democrats will be contributing factors for the downward spiral that America is so rapidly on, but the egotistical attitudes of Americans like you are what will truly bring the country down.

Oh and if you want evidence, there’s plenty of it. Most of it actually released by your own government agencies.

He’s a brief timeline of some;

https://apnews.com/article/2ded14659982426c9b2552827734be83

I retort:

Daniel Romero you say:

"Timothy Birdnow did I scare you with my Latino sounding last name? Don’t worry, I’m Australian and have no plan to join your "illegals”"

Well I'm glad of that! We don't need another entitled Latino invading our country without permission. And I'm not "scared" of your Latino name - this proves you are a narcissist who thinks everything is all about you. Get over yourself.

And while we may have some common ground you clearly don't believe in the Rule of Law or understand the first thing about it. I doubt you really are on the right in any meaningful way.

Your rant about my patriotism is not worth comment. You need to grow up.

So you provide a link to an AP article and that proves your point? Hardly. That is exactly what a good leftist would do.

Yes, the U.S. has intervened in Latin America and made mistakes. But why did we intervene? We kicked a communist out of Chile, for example. I suppose you think it would have been better to have a Soviet puppet state in South America? I guess the people of Chile would have been better off like Cuba or Venezuela?

I guess you would have preferred the Sandanistas in Nicaragua, or the communists in El Salvador?

Yeah; the people would starve and the gulags would be full but they would have great healthcare! Right.

We did not "exploit" any of these countries for their "resources". We didn't get squat out of them.

And if you bothered to do any research on the subject you would know that today most of the "refugees" who are trying to get into the U.S. admit they are coming "for a better life" - not for safety or stability. They know if they can get past the border they will probably be home free and can then access all of the benefits of America.

Belize and Mexico have both offered asylum to these "refugees" who have turned it down. If you weren't an intellectual lightweight you would know that.

And as for your idiotic comment about "Let me guess, you also probably think America is the #1 country in the world but yet in every meaningful metric you are far from #1." No. But what are YOU doing but indulging in America bashing? And why? Seems someone has a little inferiority complex.

Again, you show shallow thinking. You claim we went into Afghanistan over "weapons of mass destruction" when in fact we did no such thing. We went into Afghanistan after Osama Bin Laden murdered 3000 American citizens and Afghanistan's radical Muslim Taliban protected Bin Laden after having given his organization sanctuary. I guess those dead Americans don't matter to you.

Perhaps you missed it Mr. Romero, but last time I checked Australia was part of the "coalition of the willing" and helped the U.S. in this "destabilizing".

How have the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan "advanced America's interests"? We sunk titanic sums of our own money into them for no thanks, and what did we get? Do we control the Iraqi oil fields? A bunch of dimwits claimed that was why were went into Iraq, but we never made a dine off them. Didn't need to; we have our own oil. We didn't profit from any other aspect of these invasions either.

You have no argument, just a lot of anger and resentment. You need to learn a few facts before spouting off with such tripe.

Daniel Romero Let's take a little review of the timeline in that AP story, shall we?

1846: The United States invades Mexico and captures Mexico City in 1847.

Yes, but we invaded because Mexico was massing troops on the Texas border and was itself preparing to invade America. I guess you missed that in your history class. Everyone thought Mexico would beat the tar out of the U.S. in that war too. Our "intervention" was not a powerful country picking on a Latin one but a powerful Latin country trying to bully us.

And the U.S. did take a large swath of northern Mexican territory, but so what? Mexico had no claim on that land except that it was part of the original Spanish colonial territory. There were few if any settlements in much of it.  And California wanted out of Mexico and were all too happy to join the U.S.

It should also be pointed out that the U.S. paid Mexico for this land (and much later bought a large swath of southern Arizona - the Gadsden purchase - which Mexico happily sold us.)

1903: The U.S. engineers Panamanian independence from Colombia and gains sovereign rights over the zone where the Panama Canal would connect Atlantic and Pacific shipping routes.

Yes we did and if we owe anyone an apology it is Columbia. But Panama was happy to be rid of Columbian rule and they owe their independence to our protection.

1903: Cuba and the U.S. sign a treaty allowing near-total U.S. control of Cuban affairs. U.S. establishes a naval base at Guantanamo Bay.

We signed a treaty in which we guaranteed Cuba's independence. Spain wanted it back. I guess the AP writer didn't understand that. We did not have "near total control of Cuban affairs" I might add. That is editorializing.

1914: U.S. troops occupy the Mexican port of Veracruz for seven months in an attempt to sway developments in the Mexican Revolution.

Woodrow Wilson - himself a particularly nasty leftie who pushed world government - gave the order because he did not see the revolutionary government as the legitimate government of Mexico and because the new socialist government a.detained U.S. soldiers in the Tampico Affair and b.violated the ban on weapons trading with the German Empire, who were supplying them with guns (no doubt with the intent of the Mexicans using them against the U.S. to keep us out of any upcoming war.)

All the rest of the cases cited in this article involved communist takeovers or potential takeovers of countries in our hemisphere and we were in the middle of the Cold War. Or I guess you would advocate we not resist the Soviet Union?

Again, none of this shows any great financial benefit to the U.S. as you claim.

Nice try though.


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Bidenizing Science

Selwyn Duke

https://www.selwynduke.com/2021/05/white-house-making-diversity-not-competence-top-priority-in-physical-sciences.html

China already produces 10 times as many scientists as the United States does despite having just about four times our population. Of course, quantity doesn’t speak to quality. But our woke federal overlords want to degrade the latter, too, as the White House is now waging a war on merit in the physical sciences.

Tim adds:

Biden is a senile fool and he wants America to be run by other fools, apparently. There should be a term for it. Bidenize, maybe? At any rate, he wants to dumb down the country all the while claiming we need to up our game. What will free community college achieve toward competing intellectually with China? It will just make it easier to slough off high school, and is nothing but a sop to Academia. We need MORE rigorous standards, not less. Biden offers no reforms at the primary and secondary levels - where they are most needed. The NEA will continue to strangle America's kids with their control of education.

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May 07, 2021

Making America Vulnerable

This from Steven Milloy:

Check out how Biden climate policies (i.e., more wind, solar and EVs) would increase our dependency on China for raw materials and processing. (Source: IEA https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/24d5dfbb-a77a-4647-abcc-667867207f74/TheRoleofCriticalMineralsinCleanEnergyTransitions.pdf)

You would think the green desire for more wind, solar and EVs would grease the skids for more domestic production of vital materials. But you would be wrong.

Check out the front-page New York Times article today on how greens are working to stop lithium production in the US. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/06/business/lithium-mining-race.html?smid=tw-share

If both Biden and the greens succeed, US national security will be entirely compromised.

Tim adds:

Making America vulnerable is the whole point. They want us weak and dependent on an international order.

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CRT and the Democrats

This from Lance Sjogren:

The radical left has cleverly tried to justify the indoctrination of kids into the racist "Critical Race Theory" by claiming government has a free speech right to do that under the 1st amendment.

Actually, the indoctrination is a violation of the 1st amendment, because it prohibits the establishment of a State Religion.

There's a good chance the courts lack the intelligence to recognize that or the courage to acknowledge it; that's why it has to be banned legislatively

Critical Race Theory is what is going to wake up suburban Democrats as to just what a grotesque monster their party has become. The Dallas suburbs that voted anti CRT people into school board and city council positions are about 50/50 Democrat/
Republican but they voted in the anti-CRT candidates by 70% to 30%.


Tim adds:

Tthe government doesn't have First Amendment rights. The Bill of rights is a restriction on government, not on the People. They can't claim First Amendment rights that trump the rights of the populace.

Actually, I don't think ANYTHING will wake up the suburban Democrats. They sold their souls to the Party long ago and nothing said party does will change their loyalty.

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French Channel Fishing

Timothy Birdnow

So why isn't the media covering this? Probably to protect the E.U. and to hold this until they can blame it on global warming.

From Roger Bell in the U.K.:

The problem with French fishing boats in Channel Island Waters is that they use a dredge trawl which drags along the seabed removing all flora and fauna. The seabed is a delicate ecostructure that has taken millions of years to create. French fishermen are ruining it in one pass. They have no concern for conservation and that is the problem. CI fisherman do not fish this way. Why isn’t the main stream media reporting this correctly?

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Chicoms in Philippines

Timothy Birdnow

China is flexing it's naval muscle in the Philippines.

That shouldn't be lost on us; it's clearly a provocation since the Philippines were once a U.S. colony and are under our protection.

This never would have happened if Trump were still there. The Chinese are doing this to tweak our noses and Biden will just ignore it.

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Hiding from Covid Only Made it Stronger

Timothy Birdnow

I've been saying this all along; we've been trying to hide from the virus which has only made it worse.

From Eric Chapman:

I dont know how variants and a forever virus is his worst nightmare if he went for short-term gains by trying to flatten the curve. Long-term, we gave the virus more time to leap person to person in the time we could've if we let the virus go free.

See, there was once a single virus cell that replicated... the variants we have now are due to leaping into weakened immune systems and giving the virus more "time" to adapt before it replicates by flattening the curve.

So, when you flatten the curve like we did, we gave the virus a ton of time to not only infect the weakened immunities of some, but also leap linearly. When a virus goes person-to-perso n and each person "only" infects 2-10 people, then it needs exponentially more people to "go through" to reach heard immunity.

Contrasted with one person infecting 100s, the virus doesnt have a chance to have as many iterations before herd immunity...

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Finland Declares War on Marriage

Selwyn Duke

https://www.selwynduke.com/2021/05/christianity-as-hate-speech-will-whats-happening-in-finland-finish-america.html

Having magnificent soldiers, small Finland’s claim to historical fame is having savaged Soviet forces during World War II. Now, however, the nation is turning its guns on Christian faith — at least, that is, insofar as it’s expressed authentically. If this seems an exaggeration, just consider what has befallen Päivi Räsänen, an ex-minister of the interior of Finland and currently a member of the nation’s parliament.

Taking cancel culture up more than a notch, the 61-year-old lawmaker has been criminally charged for expressing traditional views on marriage and sexuality.

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Snowfall Increase

Timothy Birdnow

My o my!

'Covert' Nasa Data Reveals Snowfall has Increased Over the Last 40 Years

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May 06, 2021

Lizzy Cheney in Trouble

Warner Todd Huston

Rep. Liz Cheney Underwater with Approval at Only 29%

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Who Is Using Fear and Misinformation? And How Covid-19 Vaccine Relies On Aborted Fetal Cell Lines

James Doogue

In an interesting FB debate on the vaccine I saw one advocate blame those who spread fear and misinformation and quoted 2 Timothy 1:7 saying they chose to put their faith in God to keep them safe from Covid-19 with the vaccine.

I thought it an excellent example of how the scriptures can be used to support almost any stance if you frame it correctly.

The fact is, the government have used fear and misinformation to drive the Covid-19 agenda. To turn the world upside down and suspend basic human rights.

We are having this debate because the government has misinformed us. Told us we are all at risk of dying from Covid-19. That's simply untrue. Covid-19 is deadly for the old and frail, the obese, and those with multiple co-morbidities, or a serious health condition.

- 80% of those who have died from Covid-19 were obese,

- Less than 5% of Covid-19 deaths had no known co-morbidities, with the rest having an average of more than four.

- Japan had less than 1/20th the death rate of Covid-19 as the US and no lock-downs because fewer people in Japan are obese.

Unless you are elderly or medically vulnerable you never had any reason to fear Covid-19, or to be locked down. At least no more fear than you have with every flu season.

You could ask this vaccine advocate, why not put your faith in God that you will be kept safe from Covid-19 rather than being kept safe with a man-made vaccine?

I wondered if this person complaining about vaccine misinformation, had been informed of the role abortions played in vaccine developing and testing.

Pfizer and Moderna performed confirmation tests (to ensure the vaccines work) using fetal cell lines. And Johnson & Johnson uses fetal cell lines in vaccine development, confirmation and production.

Fetal cell lines are not the same as fetal tissue, they were developed from fetal tissues.

Fetal cell lines are cells that grow in a laboratory. They descend from cells taken from elective abortions in the 1970s and 1980s. Those individual cells from the 1970s and 1980s have since multiplied into many new cells over the past four or five decades, creating fetal cell lines. Current fetal cell lines are thousands of generations removed from the original fetal tissue.

Vaccine makers may use these fetal cell lines in any of the following three stages of vaccine development:

- Development: Identifying what works
- Confirmation: Making sure it works
- Production: Manufacturing the formula that works

When it comes to the COVID-19 vaccines currently approved for emergency use, neither the Pfizer nor Moderna vaccines used fetal cell lines during the development or production phases. (So, no fetal cell lines were used to manufacture the vaccine, and they are not inside the injection you receive from your doctor.) However, both companies used the fetal cell line HEK 293 in the confirmation phase to ensure the vaccines work. All HEK 293 cells are descended from tissue taken from a 1973 elective abortion that took place in the Netherlands.

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a bit different. It is an adenovirus vector vaccine. (Adenovirus is the virus that causes the common cold. The virus in this vaccine has been changed so that it does NOT cause illness.)

With this type of vaccine, a carrier, in this case adenovirus, acts as a delivery vehicle. The adenovirus has had the coronavirus spike protein added to its DNA. The adenovirus carries that genetic material into your body, delivering its modified DNA to your cells. Your cells will then make the spike protein, activating your immune system. Once activated, your immune system creates antibodies to fight off the spike protein.

To make their virus vector vaccine, Johnson & Johnson infects PER.C6 fetal cell line cells with adenovirus. All PER.C6 cells used to manufacture the Johnson & Johnson vaccine are descended from tissue taken from a 1985 elective abortion that also took place in the Netherlands. They use this cell line because it is a well-studied industry standard for safe and reliable production of viral vector vaccines.

Not that the Vatican has set high moral standards in recent years, but the Vatican has issued a guidance that permits Roman Catholics in good faith to receive COVID-19 vaccines that use fetal cell lines in development or production when alternatives are not available. Seems like a cop out to me, but you can read that here:

Vatican: Without Alternatives, Current Covid 19 Vaccines are Morally Acceptable

Tim adds:

That is a HUGE copout by the Vatican. Either it is o.k. to use fetal stem cell lines or it is not. If it is not (and that is based on the idea that these stem cell lines are fetal clones) then you cannot abrogate the moral imperative. Pope Francis has no authority to make such a proclamation.

He is essentially saying "this is immoral but I am excusing Catholics from the consequences of this immorality because of need." That is a slippery slope argument. Anything is permissible using this reasoning.

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Biden Opposes Free Speech

Timothy Birdnow

Joe Biden and his junta support Big Tech's assault on free speech.

According to the Epoch Times:

President Joe Biden is supportive of Facebookand other Big Tech companies taking action to combat disinformation and misinformation, the White House said after Facebook’s Oversight board upheld the technology giant’s decision to suspend former President Donald Trump.

"The president’s view is that the major platforms have a responsibility related to the health and safety of all Americans to stop amplifying untrustworthy content, disinformation, and misinformation, especially related to COVID-19, vaccinations, and elections. And we’ve seen that over the past several months, broadly speaking. I’m not placing any blame on any individual or group; we’ve seen it from a number of sources,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters in Washington.

"He also supports better privacy protections and a robust anti-trust program. So his view is that there’s more that needs to be done to ensure that this type of misinformation; disinformation; damaging, sometimes life-threatening information is not going out to the American public,” she added.

So, a supposed "social networking platform" can limit free speech any time it pleases in the interest of "public welfare". So they become the gatekeepers of information and what is deemed true or not true.

And they can kick a former President of the United States - a man who had 74 million votes in the last election - off their platform without even pointing to a specific policy he violated. They kicked Trump off because they wanted to kick Trump off, and that's fine with Pharoah Joe.

Facebook did not deplatform Stacey Abrams when she claimed the election was stolen from her in Georgia. Facebook did not deplatform Hillary Clinton when she claimed Trump stole the election from her in 2016, and further allowed people to accuse Trump of colluding with the Russians, a lie that was invented by Hillary Clinton's campaign. Hillary's refusal to admit she lost led to violence all over Washington at Trump's inaugural, with fires set, cars overturned, windows broken, and hundreds of people arrested.

So why wasn't Hillary deplatformed for violating Facebook's community standards?

Because those standards are being used to shut the mouths of half of the country, to mask and gag the conservative American middle.

And the man who claimes to want to be everybody's President is actively on board with gagging his former opponent and shutting up anyone who disagrees with his radical program.

Joe Biden and his friends are showing themselves to be classic tyrants. They have raided Rudy Giuliani's home for no other reason than to harass the former Trump aid and defender during the impeachment and vote theft. That is what tinhorn dictators do - use the force of law to go after political opponents. Trump, for all his bluster, never went after Hillary Clinton or any of those he defeated (and it was a mistake as they are the ones going after him and his people now.) America isn't supposed to operate this way.

We now live in post-America.

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Texas to Kill Chinese Wind Farm

Timothy Birdnow

Good news. Let's hope they move on to the other idiotic "sustainable" energy projects.

Texas Moves Ahead With Bill That Could See Halting of Chinese Wind Farm Project

From the article:

The Lone Star Infrastructure Protection Actwas passed by unanimous vote by the Texas Senate on April 26. The legislation, introduced by Republican State Senator Donna Campbell, would ban individuals or companies connected with China, Iran, North Korea, Russia from entering into contracts relating to the state’s critical infrastructure.

The bill aims to protect infrastructure including the state’s electric grid, communications system, cybersecurity system, and water treatment facilities. Other countries could also be barred if deemed a threat to Texas’ infrastructure by the governor, in consultation with the Department of Public Safety. If it is passed by the state’s House of Representatives and signed into law by the governor, the legislation will take effect on Sept. 1.

Campbell cited the proposed constructionof a wind farm in western Texas’ Val Verde County as the reason for the bill. The land for the wind farm is owned by a Chinese company, founded by a billionaire who was formerly a Chinese military officer. Officials and experts have raised alarm over the Chinese project, saying it poses a threat to national security.

A Chinese-owned company called GH America Investment Group since 2015 has bought 130,000 acres of land—an area the size of Tulsa, Oklahoma—in Val Verde County. The man behind the investment firm is Sun Guangxin, a businessman from Xinjiang, China, who has strong ties to the communist regime.

Sun, a former military officer, is currently the richest person in the western Xinjiang region—where the regime is committing genocide against ethnic Muslim minorities. He has a net worth of $1.9 billion, according to Forbes, and was also the vice chairman of the Xinjiang Provincial Youth Federation.

Sun’s investment company acquired the land to build wind farms, with a proposal to install 50 to 130 wind turbines. The land is about 30 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border and near the Laughlin Air Force Base, the U.S. Air Force’s largest pilot training facility.

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May 05, 2021

The Unicef Hypocrisy

Timothy Birdnow

And yet the Third World will be denied hot water thanks to the U.N.-supported "renewable energy" schemes which power down the grid and force Third World countries to do without. Nice job.

Unicef:

For how long?
Do I need warm water?
What about hand sanitizer?

Get the facts on handwashing to stop COVID-19 on Hand Hygiene Day.

Everything you need to know about washing your hands to protect against coronavirus (COVID-19)

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Still Racist After All These Years!

From Steven Schueler

Hmmmm.

"But the Democrat Party of Texas won't accept the resignation of Lamar County Democratic Party Chair Gary O'Connor who resigned after making racist statements about Senator Tim Scott (R-SC)."

More proof that the democrat party is nothing but hypocritical racist scum.

local texas democrat party declines to accept resignation of chair who called U.S. Senator Tim Scott an Oreo

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