Natural gas reserves in Germany, which has one of the highest underground gas storage capacities in Europe, have fallen to historically low levels compared with previous years.
A record number of Americans ‘quit their jobs’ this November, or that is to say, they were either forced to quit their jobs or got fired for refusing to inject themselves with an experimental substance. Millions more are biding their time as our federal government tries to force businesses with over 100 employees to mandate vaccination in order to retain employment. Soon the parallel economy I’ve been writing about won’t just be an idea, it will become a necessity. That’s why we have been working so hard over the past year to build the tools and infrastructure to power this parallel economy.
A new law that comes into force this week will see virtually all foreigners living in Russia, even young children, required to take a series of tests on a regular basis to avoid falling foul of the immigration authorities, in a move unprecedented virtually anywhere in the world.
A bid had been made to find shelter for a homeless Hull man just days before he was found dead outside a city centre Costa coffee shop with his beloved pet dog beside him. A concerned passer-by tried to find accommodation for Jon Ellerington, after seeing his plight in the winter cold. Jon, 41, was seen by many in Hull, always with his Jack Russell called Teddy by his side.
At a press conference today, Tuesday, December 21, Macarena Olona, the general secretary of the anti-globalist right-wing Spanish political party, VOX, encouraged citizens to stand up against the use of the Covid (flu) passport in Spain. ‘It has no health reason, but it does have a social control reason’, she claimed.
A veteran actor is suing ABC for religious discrimination after he was fired from America’s longest-running soap opera for refusing to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
SPAIN’S national bank says the country faces horrific losses because of shortage and supply issues that the country is currently facing. The Bank of Spain has warned that the crisis will cost the nation as much as £11.5billion (€13.5billion). The country’s most affected sector will be the automobile industry, it said.
Give-and-take measures introduced by the Kremlin in response to the European Union’s anti-Russian sanctions have severely hit mutual trade between Moscow and Athens, with Greek exports to the country reportedly halved over the past seven years.
Some of the most hackneyed expressions in the English language refer to the ‘Blitz or Dunkirk Spirit’, ‘Britain at Bay’ and ‘We’re all in this together’. Ironically, these events were the first two but indeed many more were a consequence of Churchill’s catastrophic political blunders.
It is no secret that the central aim of the clique behind the Great Reset believe that the world’s population is superfluous to requirements.