Three of the evilest entities on the planet were charged in a Peruvian court the other day of conspiring to create the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) for world domination. Bill Gates, George Soros, and several members of the Rockefeller family were deemed responsible for the advent and spread of the Chinese virus, which has killed tens of thousands … Continue reading Peruvian court rules that Bill Gates, George Soros and Rockefeller family “created” coronavirus pandemic
Russia has urged its citizens to weigh all the risks before traveling abroad, warning that the US is on a global “hunt” for Russian nationals, according to the latest statement published by the Foreign Ministry. Russian citizens abroad face a very “real” threat of being detained or arrested by US law enforcement and special services, especially … Continue reading ‘US hunts for Russians’: Moscow warns citizens traveling abroad
It only took one sentence for the United States Court of Appeals to keep the federal government’s emergency plan to disable cellular service a secret. It was a very long sentence, but it got the job done. This ruling reinforces the Department of Homeland Security’s attempts to block Freedom of Information Act requests that it feels … Continue reading Court keeps cellphone network ‘kill switch’ a secret
by Jakes MacAulay - As you read or watch my column this week I will be at the United States Supreme Court with my Pastor and family to show my support of God-ordained marriage between one man and one woman. We at Institute on the Constitution also participated in the case currently before the Supreme Court with … Continue reading IS THE SUPREME COURT THE GOD OF MARRIAGE?
http://rt.com/usa/229051-arrest-one-dollar-tax/ A man in Texas has been arrested while trying to pay his tax in $1 bills for “disrupting the operation and efficiency” of the local tax office. Timothy Norris, 27, was trying to pay his $600 property tax at a tax office in Wichita Falls, Texas, last Wednesday when he was told to leave the … Continue reading Texas Man Arrested For Paying Tax in $1 Bills
An Austrian court has approved a class action of some 25,000 people around the world against Facebook. The social network is accused of breaching its users’ privacy. A preliminary hearing into the complaint has been set for April. Read Full Article