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🚨 Wow – March 28 2023


Happy Tuesday. 

Rolex released a new series of watches, one of which has emojis and positive affirmations. It will cost nearly $6,000. I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall during that decision meeting. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Humza Yousaf is set to be the next First Minister of Scotland

πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¦ At least 20 people were killed when a bus crashed into a bridge in Saudi Arabia on Monday.

πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ A massive strike is crippling Germany's transportation system. It is set to end tonight. 

πŸ‡«πŸ‡· Protests in France continue over pension reform causing the Louvre to close.

πŸ‡³πŸ‡Ώ New Zealand expressed interest in joining the AUKUS treaty but in a "non-nuclear" way. Can you join a nuclear treaty in a non-nuclear way? 

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The Lead: Bibi Backs Down

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is standing down from legislation that marked massive protests and upheaval. He had been seeking to overhaul the nation's court system in a way that gave his office more power but now he won't. 

“When it is possible to prevent a civil war through dialogue, I, as the prime minister, will take the time for dialogue,” said Mr. Netanyahu in an address to the nation on Monday evening.

The power grab was set for a vote this week but protestors not only took to the streets, they also organized labor strikes. They can stand down for now but the Prime Minister says he will announce more judicial reforms at the end of April. 

Canada's Trucker Blacklist

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The Canadian government blacklisted companies that were sympathetic to the Trucker Convoy and made no attempts to restrict who saw this list, according to new reports.

Worse, the government sent this list to foreign banks in order to thwart businesses who they thought were guilty of "wrong think." The list included 201 companies that had shown themselves to be sympathetic to the Freedom Convoy. 

The report accuses the office of Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland of distributing this blacklist, raising further questions about privacy and government intervention.

Under the Emergencies Act, the Trudeau government gave itself the right to seize property including bank accounts. No one has been held accountable for that despite public hearings about it. 

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The U.N. Is Back With Another "Report"

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The United Nations Human Rights Counsel says that there are human rights violations happening in Libya, according to a new report

The report describes a "generalized practice" of arbitrary detention, murder, torture, rape, slavery and forced disappearance in the country since 2016. Who is doing this? The report accuses "militias and other State-affiliated groups" of doing this with "the misappropriation of public funds." 

Where do these funds come from? The report points the finger at the European Union and its member states for "directly or indirectly, [providing] monetary and technical support and equipment, such as boats, to the Libyan Coast Guard and the Directorate for Combating Illegal Migration that was used in the context of interception and detention of migrants."

The report does not mention the Obama administration's role in destabilizing Libya and backing the overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi. Recall that when Hillary Clinton was asked about this, she said, "We came, we saw, he died."

Trans-Activists Attack Women's Rights Speech… Proving Their Point

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A women’s rights event became violent this weekend in New Zealand. The main speaker and event organizer, Posie Parker, had to be escorted out by police and left the country not long after. She is British and now people are calling for the governments of New Zealand and the UK to condemn this. 

Posie Parker’s real name is Kellie-Jay Keen. She is one of the most vocal critics of gender ideology for insisting that a woman is an adult human female. She is public enemy number one for trans rights activists, or TRAs. Well, maybe #2 behind JK Rowling. 

The event was clearly attended by Atifa members in black bloc using soup to attack Parker and noise makers to drown out her words. They also attacked the police who were escorting her. 

The violent mob proved Parker’s point: women should have protective spaces away from violent people who want to change their ideology. Does this mean trans people are violent? Of course not but it absolutely shows that women should have protected spaces. 

In the same weekend that this happened, a Lesbian group in the UK was met with protests at their event too. They media says thatthis was a “joyful protest” because they can’t admit that these are two groups, namely lesbians and transgendered people, have opposing ideologies! Well, lesbians did not find this joyful. They were afraid for their safety. 

Here you have TRAs  protesting lesbians to insist that they too are part of their group. That. Is. Homophobic. Lesbians have to be allowed to be lesbians. Stop it. 

News By The Numbers

380. That is how many words Keanu Reeves says in John Wick 4 and that was by design. The actor cut out what little dialogue there was for his character because he wanted to play it strong and silent.

$39,000. That is how much TSA agents took from a man from North Carolina who brought cash to buy a semi-truck at an auction. They suspected it was drug money and seized it but they have since returned it.

550. That is how many times one man was a sperm donor in The Netherlands. He's been sued to get him to stop donating on worries that he is increasing the risk of incest. 

83%. That is how many roll call votes Senator John Fetterman has missed since taking office due to his serious health issues. 

What's Trending?

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Matt Taibbi is trending on news that the IRS made an unannounced house call on the journalist on the same day that he was testifying before congress regarding the Twitter Files. Coincidence? 

Rectal ozone therapy is trending but experts are giving this a do-no-try-this-at-home warning after Gwyneth Paltrow admitted that she does it. 

Rand Paul is trending because one of his staff members was stabbed multiple times in broad daylight. 

"2018 world junior team Canada" is trending because of an investigation into sexual assault involving players from Canada's World Junio hockey team. The players will not be allowed to play for the national team until the investigation is complete.


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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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