Ryushin Malone is reporting that a flurry of UFO orb sightings have surfaced across the planet. The following video highlights clips of actual sightings, featuring black orbs suspended in midair. In another clip, a fast-moving ball streaks across the sky while being pursued by two jets.
Malone says one of the spherical objects was actually shot at and presumably destroyed by the Russians and, since then, the sightings have increased. “Something’s up, lots of action,” Malone says. “The energy-ball vehicles may actually be the race-car aliens.” Here’s more, and please use discernment when watching the video.
As the White Hats tighten their grip on the evil forces, the globalists are fighting back with more insane restrictions. How about their move to ban flying and the private use of cars by 2050! Insane, indeed!
Josh Sigurdson reports that France is at the forefront of the silliness, already banning domestic flights in the name of cracking down on climate change. They are also pushing to ban privately owned vehicles from city centers by 2024. Meanwhile, the WEF has openly called for an end to private-vehicle ownership. Here’s Sigurdson with more.
Comedian Armando Anto struts into the lighter side of life with his take on political comedy–specifically the unstable relationship between America and Iran. Try not to split your gut laughing! Video courtesy of Dry Bar Comedy.
Natly Denise continues her investigation into the fashion house Balenciaga, taking a closer look at some of the stylists and photographers behind Balenciaga’s controversial ads that appear to promote bondage, satanic ritual and child abuse.
Among the photographers examined are the Italian Gabriele Galimberti and American Chris Maggio. A Russian-born stylist also is at the center of the controversy — Lotta Volkova.
Balenciaga was founded in Spain in 1919, but is currently owned by the French company Kering. The company’s grotesque ads have spurred global outrage, and led some celebrities, including Kim Kardashian, to re-evaluate their relationships with the business.
Balenciaga SUES those involved in creating the photos at the subject of a “teddy bear” controversy. Does it mean anything, or is this a bigger probem? We review U.S. v. Williams, the case referenced in the ad that caused controversy. Kim Kardashian and Ye respond. More from Robert Gouveia, Esquire.
Yep, he’s a mother WEFfer. More from Clif High, connecting French President Emmanuel Macron to the World Economic Forum.
On The Fringe host Dan Radiostyle says things are getting kinetic in a non-kinetic way. And the manner in which it’s playing out is destroying the Deep State from so many angles. It’s overwhelming, to say the least, much like being whipped thousands of times. “That is their fate,” he says. Radiostyle explains further.
Josh Sigurdson reports that the supply chain crisis is intensifying, as the Deep State marches forward with their plan to usher in the Great Reset.
Sigurdson says India, the world’s largest rice exporter, warns of an output crisis, France is facing massive milk shortages and the state of Nebraska’s corn yield has dropped dramatically. “And imagine this,” Sigurdson says. “The establishment just happens to have a replacement system ready to go.” He breaks down the technocratic government approach in this episode of World Alternative Media.
Josh Sigurdson reports from on ground in Frankfurt, Germany, as we pass the so-called “European doomsday” of July 22, 2022. Sigurdson says Russia threatened to cut off natural gas to Germany, triggering fears of looming blackouts throughout the country and Europe.
Since Germany and most European countries are able to sustain their energy supply anyway, Sigurdson says the doomsday scenario of rampant blackouts throughout Europe is more of a fear-mongering tactic to scare the citizenry, which would in turn be blamed on Russia. Here’s his report.
The Basques have inhabited the southwestern part of Europe since long before Indo-European people arrived in the region, around 5,000 years ago. They have a legend that they originally came from a sunken archipelago of seven islands in the Atlantic, from which their sea-faring ancestors arrived in the Bay of Biscay.
The Basque Country is generally described as the area encompassing “seven provinces” in a region that stretches between modern-day northern Spain and southern France, with a unique culture, language, and many traditions that differ greatly from their Spanish and French neighbors. More from Robert Sepehr, author and anthropologist.
Juan O. Savin delivers a deep dive into the Cabal’s numerology and its widespread use of symbolism around the globe, including the true story behind the Statue of Liberty, gifted to the U.S. by France.
Savin, appearing on the Tom Numbers podcast featuring Writeside Blonde, also gives his take on time travel. Here’s more.