Since 2021, the Islamic State Central Africa Province has launched two different types of attacks against Uganda. First, terror attacks and assassinations far from the Congolese border in places like Kampala. Second, heavy, more military-style attacks against civilians in Uganda’s border with the DRC.
Great Reset: Super-rich men pioneered seed, drug and food patenting, now want to ban competition and extinguish cows
Estimates range from 40 per cent to as high as 80 per cent of jobs being lost to AI, Bruner said. “So what happens when everybody loses their job?”
How world’s 13 super-rich men are usurping God with their searing economic, health and political terror
Calling themselves the Good Club, their aim was to “set the agenda for the future of global health,” Bruner wrote. Building on the Club of Rome think tank founded in 1968 by Rockefeller-linked scientists and intellectuals, the Good Club members devised the “Giving Pledge,” an initiative designed to steer billions toward their priority of slowing population growth.
Shocking details of how Mormon Church covered up priest sexual abuse of daughter, $300,000 hush money offer
As detectives investigated the new allegations, John Goodrich, who was still facing charges in Chelsea’s case, called the woman at least four times, in conversations she recorded and which the AP obtained. In these conversations, Goodrich asked her to lie to police while admitting he drugged her even as he tried to minimise his actions and repeatedly apologised.
Satanic verses: Investigative journalists lay bare entrenched child sex abuse in American Mormon Church
Sound of Paul Rytting, director of the Risk Management Division for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, explaining the $300,000 confidentiality agreement to Lorriane Goodrich, the mother of Chelsea Goodrich who accused her father, John Goodrich, of sexually abusing her.
Ugandans who draw similarities between Museveni and Idi Amin want the fallen bloodhound memorialised
An Amin memorial lecture, the first of its kind, failed to happen as planned in September this year, because the event didn’t receive approval from the education ministry. Hassan Kaps Fungaroo, the former lawmaker leading the effort, later wrote to education officials asking for support in the creation of an Idi Amin Memorial Institute.
How Big Pharma compromised US health and media industries and now ‘stating that Covid shots are risky earns you domestic terrorist tag’
Indeed, factually stating that the Covid-19 shots have serious side-effects and are killing people now earns you the label of “domestic terrorist” in the United States simply because such statements might make someone else think twice about getting the jab and getting everyone injected is a top “national security” concern....
‘US drug agencies of hide, manipulate and lie about data that show Covid-19 shots are dangerous medical products’
Special interest groups paid by Pfizer to push for mandates and other coercive vaccine policies included the Chicago Urban League (which argued the jab mandate would benefit the Black community), the National Consumers League, the Immunisation Partnership, the Advertising Council and a long list of universities and cancer, cardiology, rheumatology and medical science organisations.
The Chinese wave of illness differs from that seen in other countries. Some nations grappled with flu and RSV infections during their post-Covid winter surges, but in China, M. pneumoniae infections have been common. This is surprising because bacterial infections are often opportunistic and take hold after viral infections, says Cowling.
Screen Actors Guild: Provision that okays AI digital replicas and synthetic performers promotes redundancy in film industry
Leaders of the Directors Guild of America and the Writers Guild of America, in contrast, overwhelmingly agreed to have their members accept the agreements they hammered out with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP).