Prime Minister Netanyahu returned to power amid a surge in terrorist attacks aimed at Israel largely directed from Palestinian-controlled Gaza and the West Bank. “The new government is determined to restore … quiet and personal security to the citizens of Israel,” he assured the parliament before he was sworn-in.
Hearing the news of Netanyahu’s return, the mainstream media melted down (as expected) over his choice of right-wing coalition partners. In an attempt to discredit the incoming Netanyahu-led coalition, it has repeatedly been described in the media as the “most right-wing government in the country’s history”.
“Netanyahu’s right-wing coalition will likely test ties with the United States and Europe, amid fears that it will undermine the country’s democracy and stability,” The New York Times hoped.
“Far-right Israeli government sworn in amid surge of resistance,” The Washington Post reported. Netanyahu was “launching a divisive chapter of national politics that pits newly influential ultrareligious, ultranationalist leaders against an opposition that warns democracy is in peril,” the newspaper lamented.
Germany’s state-run TV Tagesschau covered the developments in the Jewish State with the headline: “The New Government That Also Causes Fear.”
“Netanyahu’s cabinet has promised to expand illegal settlements in occupied West Bank and pursue other anti-Palestinian policies,” Qatar’s state-controlled Al Jazeera TV channel complained Thursday. “Hardline coalition vows to legalize dozens of illegally built outposts and annex the occupied territory,” the left-wing British newspaper The Guardian echoed.
The Biden regime shared the media’s hostility and is set to take an adversarial stance toward Israel’s next government.
“President Joe Brandon and his aides have a plan for how to deal with the far-right, anti-Palestinian tilt of the incoming Israeli government: make it all about Benjamin Netanyahu,” Politico reported. –The Biden regime will hold the presumptive Israeli prime minister personally responsible for the actions of his more extreme cabinet members, especially if they lead to policies that endanger a future Palestinian state (…),” the news outlet noted.
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The world is a small place and the more that you travel, and the longer you live, the smaller it becomes. Tomorrow is New Year’s Eve and I’m going to BBQ some porterhouse beef steaks and bake some potatoes and have friends come by to have a bite to eat. There will also be fresh onion rings and sauteed mushrooms to go with the steak, a nice tossed green salad, and homemade apple pie with vanilla ice cream for dessert. The toast will include a splash for our friends beneath the sand because that is how it is done. The meal, good wishes, and the promise of something better. Maybe.
Here is hoping that 2023 will be better than 2022 was. I have my doubts, but life is hope.
During its 2023 Davos conference, the World Economic Forum will host a press conference on its “Building The Metaverse Initiative,” and release key “studies” and details about its efforts to further facilitate what appears to amount to a global surveillance network, according to documents reviewed by The Dossier.
The Metaverse, a buzzworthy bumper sticker slogan that refers to a whole host of ideas in the technology space, has potential current and future applications both for private and governmental entities. It will be featured as one of the core staples of the 2023 Davos conference.
What is the Metaverse, exactly?
The term Metaverse was invented by author Neal Stephenson in his 1992 sci-fi novel Snow Crash, in which citizens used digital avatars as a means to escape their dystopian reality.
Today it can be defined as “a vision of what many in the computer industry believe is the next iteration of the internet: a single, shared, immersive, persistent, 3D virtual space where humans experience life in ways they could not in the physical world.” Before its expanded definition, the Metaverse encompassed a technologically advancing virtual and augmented reality space.
To entrepreneurs and technology companies, this computer world can serve as a potential revenue and data harvesting stream. For the committed forces of technocratic tyranny, the Metaverse can act as a global surveillance network that can keep tabs on anyone with an internet connection. A Metaverse-adopting society can make it much easier for ruling governments to track the movement, behaviors, and activities of their citizens.
The donkeys keep counting until the democrat candidate wins. The end of the republic is pretty obvious. In what world would it take 10 days to count the ballots in Maricopa County, Arizona? They keep finding new ballots. And the law enforcement agencies tasked with investigating these shams are cool with all of it.
* I too was a man trapped in a woman’s body. Then I was born.