A large number of people have been arrested as hundreds of protesters took part in on-going anti-lockdown protests in Dublin. The scars of the people vs. the regime (police and media) may not be easily healed.
You’ll be able to dine with Jon Hamm, Audrey Hepburn, Jimmy Fallon and more this weekend.
A second international tribunal has been prepared since last week and a class action is being set up. A class action is a form of jurisdiction in which a large group of people collectively bring a claim to the court or in which a certain class of suspects is prosecuted.
The World Economic Forum, globalist champion of the Great Reset, has ruffled feathers online with an ‘out-of-touch’ tweet how Covid-19 lockdowns are ‘quietly improving cities’ across the globe.
The people of Brussels take off the masks and the police find that it is impossible to issue penalties to those who do not respect the Belgium regime’s claim to be pursuing health measures.
An Italian investigator, a world expert on organised crime, says Britain is likely the most corrupt country on earth. Why is this not apparent? In Britain, the parliamentarians make parliamentary corruption legal or legislate to remove it from scrutiny.
Me: Why is there plastic on the payment keypad?
Cashier: to protect people from Covid.
Me: but isn’t everyone touching the plastic keypad the same way they would the regular keypad?
Cashier: Silence and a look of confusion.
When industries take legal action against government bankrupting swathes of businesses by imposing lockdowns the taxpayer is hit twice when the regime has to pay compensation. Nothing will change until politicians who vote for lockdowns are individually sued and at the elections lose their seats.
Evidence suggests that Spain’s far-left socialist regime, a coalition of leftists, is giving the green light to far-left violence set to provoke the conservative right. If successful, the strategy could lead to Civil War II in a winner takes all tussle.
The American economy is in a depression and we haven’t even entered the worst parts of it.
Here’s another story showing how bad things are. 92 percent of New York City restaurants couldn’t make rent in December.