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🚨 Seriously? – November 28 2023


Happy Tuesday. 

Engineers in Shenzhen found a way to make a car pivot in place. Clayton points out that KITT in Knight Rider could also do this. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

🇦🇺 Voluntary assisted dying is now legal in all states in Australia. 

🐷 Health officials in the UK claim to have detected a new type of swine flu in a human.

🤦🏻‍♂️ A hospital in the UK has apologized for putting “gender identity” on newborn baby records. They say that this came from U.S.-made software and they’re fixing it. 

⭐️ Disney’s Wish was a disappointment at the box office over the Thanksgiving weekend. 

🇷🇺 A Russian court extended the detention of Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich until at least January 30.

🇳🇿 New Zealand will not ban the sale of cigarettes as the government had planned to do under former Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. 

📺 Catch Redacted's live show today at 4PM Eastern. 













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Lead: War Returns on Thursday 

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The ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has been extended for at least two more days. This deal was brokered by the Foreign Ministry in Qatar. 

A spokesperson for Qatar said this on X: “The State of Qatar announces, as part of the ongoing mediation, an agreement has been reached to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional two days in the Gaza Strip.”

During the ceasefire, hostages have been exchanged on both sides. Israel requested at least 10 hostages to be released per day of the ceasefire but warned that the military is using this time to regroup. Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said that the military would be fighting “throughout the Gaza strip” when the ceasefire is over. 

“You will meet something that is a little more prepared, so they will meet the bombs of the air force first, and after that the shells of the tanks and artillery, and the paws of the D9 (armored bulldozer), and finally the shooting of the infantry fighters,” he said.

This comes as Israeli newspapers have reported that at least two Israeli army officers were dismissed for withdrawing from battle in Gaza. Soldiers are reporting that they “were not prepared when entrusted with this mission.” According to The Cradle, “other officers said the soldiers were sent without being given the chance to rest properly following extensive military activity in the Gaza Strip.”

They are calling this a “crisis of confidence.” Or put another way: a natural human instinct to not want to fight and kill. 

United Nations to Create The 'Internet of Trust'

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UNESCO released a plan to combat "misinformation" by creating what it calls the "Internet of Trust." If you think it sounds Orwellian, you're not alone.

UNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It is a specialized agency of the United Nations established with the goal of promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in the fields of education, the sciences, and culture. If you think that sounds broad, you're also not alone. That broad job description gives them access to ring in on just about every aspect of human life. 

The report claims to safeguard free speech while figuring out how to censor it. They claim to need to create this Internet of Trust in order to deal with "dis- and misinformation, hate speech, and conspiracy theories."

What they suggest is an international standard for speech censorship which would apply to every UN member state, regardless of its sovereignty. This would include "online moderators" in all languages. Who will pay these moderators? Who will decide the parameters for moderation? 

The document also suggests a need for “election integrity.” How will they decide what information is shared during open and free elections? 

Obviously there are too many problems with this idea to count but we tried. Watch our segment about this from Monday's live broadcast of Redacted.

Gold and Silver Prices Jump Overnight 


Gold and Silver prices jumped yesterday on news the Fed may be done with rate hikes. That's great news for precious metals.  

Bank of America expects gold to hit $3,000 an ounce, and America's largest precious metals company Lear Capital is giving away one ounce of silver for every ounce of gold you buy! They're also giving you $250 in your account. That's free money.

So as the U.S. dollar continues to face massive debt pressure, investors have been pouring back into precious metals. If you have your retirement in a dollar format, then it will continue to lose value every day that it's there in a bank. It's time to move some of your retirement into gold and silver and away from government currencies.  

Gold and Silver have sustained for over 4,000 years while every government currency in world history has collapsed. Every one of them. Will this time be any different? Of course not. 

Right now, you can get a FREE gold kit and learn how gold and silver can help you protect your family against these central banks. Visit right now to get your TOTALLY FREE Gold Kit and start taking action today. 

China's Carbon Emissions Begin to Drop

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China says that carbon emissions have peaked and are expected to decline within the next year or two. It is worth noting that developed countries emissions typically peak and then decline as technology in industry advances. Both the U.S. and Germany peaked years ago but both nations have hypocritically have been vocal about not allowing other nations to reach their carbon peaks. 

According to the International Energy Agency, China accounts for 60% of all new solar and wind power installations. China is also working on at least 21 nuclear reactors to build out nuclear energy, which has no carbon emissions and is widely accepted as the safest and most reliable form of energy known to man. 

China has a goal of reaching net zero by 2060. It is worth noting that all of this was done quite naturally. No environmental group, activist or lobby can take credit with what research has shown would happen anyway.

News By The Numbers

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$4.4 billion. That is how much retailers in New York state lost due to shoplifting, according to a recent report. Yet New York Governor Kathy Hochul vetoed a bill last week that would have created a task force to deal with retail theft. 

125,000. That is how many people in Quebec were without power on Monday due to an outage caused by heavy snowfall. 

1.9 million. That is how many times an app called ReelShort was downloaded in November alone. It features short-form scripted entertainment. Like a mini-mini series…because that's our attention span now in 2023.

What's Trending?

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Travel Tuesday is trending because today is the day when travel companies supposedly offer travel deals. 

Omid Scobie is trending because his “tell-all” book about the Royal Family called “Endgame” launches today and it is supposedlyfull of dirt about the relationships between the Princes. 

Baba Vanga is trending. She was a psychic who died in 1996 but many of her predictions have come true. People are discussing her 2024 predictions which include “dark events, including terrorist attacks in Europe, a major economic crisis and biological attacks, as well as an assassination attempt on Vladimir Putin.” 

Ukraine Admits The Truth

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A member of parliament in Ukraine is in hot water for telling the truth about the war. Mariana Bezuhla took to her own Facebook page to admit that Ukraine's military has no plan to win the war against Russia. 

“Now the situation is such that if the military leadership cannot provide any plan for 2024, and all their proposals for mobilization boil down to the fact that more people are needed. Without any proposal to change the AFU system, then such leadership should leave,” she wrote.

The only plan that the Ukrainian military has, according to Bezuhla, is to “take at least 20,000 citizens a month.”

This means that the Ukrainian military desperately needs more people due to the staggering loss of life it has and continues to experience. Well, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has a plan for that. Ukraine has hired to private recruitment firms to help scoop up any remaining souls. 

Aleksey Danilov, the secretary of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, said that new conscription rules will be announced this week. They will use the new firms to “identify people with specific skills and persuade skilled Ukrainians to enlist and help the military.”

“Some people are scared, scared to die, scared to shoot, but it doesn’t mean they can’t be involved in other activities,” Danilov said. 

Wait, what? You can choose to go into combat or take a desk job? How do you think the men who were forced onto the battlefield with no training or weapons feel about that? 


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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