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The Progress on National EV Charging Stations

Governments globally are in a rush to transition away from fossil fuels. The US government threw $7.5 billion at the fabricated problem in 2022 to build a network of  EV charging stations. The Infrastructure Law of November 2021 promised to build half a million charging stations throughout the nation by 2030. So, how is the […]

Penetrating the Corona – Internet Apocalypse

The coronavirus lockdowns gave the world a glimpse of what could happen if our economy was suddenly shutdown. NASA has a space program called Parker Solar Probe (PSP) that aims to fly “into the outermost part of the Sun’s atmosphere, the corona, for the first time.” Why? Scientists at NASA predict an “internet apocalypse” may […]

BlackRock Backtracks on Stakeholder Capitalism

BlackRock finally admitted that their ESG policies in the name of shareholder capitalism have been bad for business. “BlackRock’s business, scale and investments subject it to significant media coverage and increasing attention from a broad range of stakeholders,” the company stated in it’s annual filing with the SEC. “This heightened scrutiny has resulted in negative […]

Get Ready for a 1986 Repeat of a Real Estate Crash?

Whenever those in Congress mess with real estate, they have ALWAYS, and without exception, caused a major crash. The Entire Savings & Loan (S&L) Crisis was a catastrophic disaster that wiped out nearly one-third of all the 3,234 savings and loan associations in the United States between 1986 and 1995. I previously mentioned that hedge […]

FL Lawmaker Proposes Ban on Lab-Grown Meat

A Florida Republican lawmaker has introduced a bill, known as House Bill 435, aimed at criminalizing the sale and distribution of lab-grown meat in the state. The bill seeks to protect the cattle and farming industries by making it unlawful to manufacture, sell, hold, or offer for sale any meat or food product produced from […]

Japan and Denmark Collaborate on Floating Wind Turbines

Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen met with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to discuss offshore wind turbines. Denmark is a leader in wind turbine technology, while Japan has an advantage in shipbuilding technology. Japan has stated that it plans to increase its offshore wind power by 60% by 2030. Biden stated he wants to power […]

Bill Gates: You Don’t Have a Choice

“But you don’t have a choice. People act like you have a choice, you don’t have a choice,” Bill Gates proclaimed three years ago in regards to the mRNA vaccine. Gates, with no medical training, has not abandoned his lofty goal of altering the population through medical tyranny. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation websites […]

Freedom Flyers

Have you ever noticed a decorative eagle plaque above a home in America? This was once a popular symbol back in the day to symbolize freedom from mortgage payments. Homeowners would adorn their houses with this symbol to indicate that they were free from the bank and owned their home free and clear. Around 40% […]

WEF Seeks to End Private Car Ownership by 2050

“Goodbye car ownership, hello clean air: welcome to the future of transport,” the WEF published on its website back in December 2016. The first step is to transition cars to electric under the guise of climate change. This will cause all vehicles to be dependent on the electrical grid, which the government controls. Yet, they […]

WEF Lobbied Dutch Government to Push Great Reset

I reported that the Dutch government funded several studies that promoted major institutions buying land for rental units. I wrote that the government wanted to normalize permanent renting as we go toward Agenda 2030 and 15-minute cities. The University of Amsterdam published “Buy-to-Live vs. Buy-to-Let: The Impact of Real Estate Investors on Housing Costs and […]