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Mega-Terrorist Turkey Accuses Finland and Sweden of Supporting Terrorists

Why should NATO’s and our servicemen and servicewomen spill their blood fighting a largely phony Global War on Terrorism, especially when NATO member Turkey outright supports terrorism?

Erdogan once again Plays the Key Man in the Middle

“Some NATO countries do not want the Ukraine war to end”, said the Turkish foreign minister last month without mincing any words.

NATO is on the attack once again, pretending to defend us

Jim W. Dean - It's a great irony that what no enemy was able to inflict upon us, our own political class, banksters and war grifters have.

Erdogan Says Turkey Won’t Drop Opposition to Sweden, Finland NATO Bids

Turkey is opposed to the Nordic countries joining NATO over their alleged support for the PKK, a Kurdish militant group Turkey and the US consider a terrorist organization. “NATO is a security alliance and we cannot accept terrorists to be in it,” Erdogan said.

Western Warmongers now Blame Supply Chain issues on Russia

Foreign ministers of various nations appealed to Russia to free up sea export routes for Ukrainian grain and agricultural products critical to feeding the world, as food prices rise and they warn of “catastrophic” consequences if Ukrainian ports remain blocked.

Today’s Censored Videos, April 6

Russia promises to deploy nukes in Kaliningrad if Sweden and Finland join NATO. And, thankfully, people leave basements in Mariupol.

Sweden Reconsiders Failed Anti-COVID-19 Approach

Sweden Fails at Controlling COVID-19 pandemic

Sweden’s Lack of COVID-19 Lockdown Leads to Unnecessary Deaths

Dr Tegnell told Swedish radio more should have been done early on.

Can There Be ‘Herd Immunity” Without a Vaccine?

Herd immunity is reached when the majority of a given population -- 70 to 90% -- becomes immune to an infectious disease, either because they have become infected and recovered, or through vaccination.

Sweden’s COVID-19 Fail: The Price of Defying the Gods

Sweden has 6.08 deaths per million inhabitants, higher than the UK, USA and Italy