1. Tucker Carlson short clip on ANTIFA’s renewed attacks in Portland
2. Two links detailing the facts around mRNA injections and Gene therapy devices, and why they are not vaccines.
2b: David Martin
Takeaway worker Javed Miah, 23, pulled the woman to the ground and molested her in Oldham, Greater Manchester, before fleeing after she managed to use the SOS function on her mobile phone.
A dad-of-one who forced himself on a young woman as she walked home alone late at night walked free after complaining he would lose his job if he went to jail.
Takeaway worker Javed Miah, 23, ambushed the terrified victim in the street before pulling her to the floor and molesting her.
Miah only fled when the unnamed woman managed to used the SOS function on her mobile phone to call 999 which let out a loud beeping noise.
The victim who works as a store assistant in Oldham, Greater Manchester later told police: “Since the assault, I have not been able to leave the house or work.
”I do not know if he knows my route to work. I am scared to walk anywhere. I will have to rely on my friends or family to drive me to work out of fear.”
Miah, from, Shaw near Oldham, ran off down an alleyway but was arrested later
For the last two years police and internet companies across the UK have been quietly building and testing surveillance technology that could log and store the web browsing of every single person in the country.
The tests, which are being run by two unnamed internet service providers, the Home Office and the National Crime Agency, are being conducted under controversial surveillance laws introduced at the end of 2016. If successful, data collection systems could be rolled out nationally, creating one of the most powerful and controversial surveillance tools used by any democratic nation.
Despite the National Crime Agency saying “significant work” has been put into the trial it remains clouded in secrecy. Elements of the legislation are also being challenged in court. There has been no public announcement of the trial, with industry insiders saying they are unable to talk about the technology due to security concerns.
The trial is being conducted under the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, dubbed the Snooper’s Charter, and involves the creation of Internet Connection Records, or ICRs. These are records of what you do online and have a broad definition. In short, they contain the metadata about your online life: the who, what, where, why and when of your digital life. The surveillance law can require web and phone companies to store browsing histories for 12 months – although for this to happen they must be served with an order, approved by a senior judge, telling them to keep the data.
(I’m not sure if this will help yet, but it certainly can’t hurt. Get and use a VPN. Ideally from a company that says it does not log)
5. We should be used to this by now. There have been SO many examples were MSM got busted for faking a live broadcast from another location. Once even pretending to be at a missile attack site in Saudi, and once, 2 women reporters in the same parking lot pretending to be in different cities. Such is the theatre of the left which is “News”. But here it is again.
— Deutsch365 (@deutsch365) March 13, 2021
Thank you Richard, Michelle, M., ML., ET., EB., Chris Jones and many more who stay the course even as the waters get increasingly harder to sail