For those who still deny the current dry spell, a recent report from Drought.gov states California and Nevada are 100% in drought and the Midwest isn’t looking so great either.
The biggest meat processing company in the world, JBS, was targeted by a cyberattack, causing a supply chain issue for the US and Australia for an undetermined amount of time. Price increases and shortages in 3…2…1…
Is the current administration actually TRYING to accelerate the economic collapse of the US? Because these new policies are sure to bring devastating inflation.
Would you willingly connect your brain to a computer for a game? What if you could get a more realistic gaming experience? What could possibly go wrong with brain-computer interfaces when the virtual world is “better” than the real one?
Biden’s new pre-crime surveillance program promises to combat violence in a way consistent with civil rights. What civil rights, if we’re constantly being monitored and analyzed?
As if our supply chain and economic woes weren’t bad enough, studies show that we’re facing an agricultural disaster too – a modern-day dust bowl.
While it might sound great to exercise iron control over the expenditures of anyone on welfare, just wait until that total control extends to the social credit system that affects every single one of us. And it’s closer than you think.
While the SE US deals with a fuel crisis, Michigan’s Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has given Canada one week to cease operating a pipeline that runs through Michigan, breaking a 44-year-old treaty. This would cause propane shortages in Michigan, and fuel shortages in Ontario and Quebec.
A State of Emergency is issued as chaos erupts at gas stations in the southeastern US due to a cyberattack shutting down pipelines supplying the area.
If you think censorship is bad now, just wait. China’s President has vowed to take control of the ENTIRE WORLD’S internet to influence opinions and spread communism.
The government seems prepared to remove all pretense of privacy, considering outside firms to track “extremist” chatter by American citizens online. Is that constitutional? And does it matter? They’re just “extremists.”