Current Affairs

Australia birth rate drops 63% after Covid vaccines

Australia birth rate: PAHO

  New data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows that ever since Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccines” were launched, the birth rate Down Under has plunged by an astounding 63 percent, writes Natural News. Australia birth rate: From October to November in 2021, there was a 21 percent decrease in births compared to the average over a 10-year …

Read More »

New Congress is Appendage of Wall Street

The Anti-American Universities Are a Much Greater Threat to Us than Putin and China: Herland REport

  The midterm elections delivered to the American people a stark, stark message. This new Congress is entirely incapable of serving its constitutional role as the legislative branch of government because it functions as a mere appendage of Wall Street.  Appendage of Wall Street: The Republican and Democratic Parties have been reduced to play toys for billionaires and multinational corporations …

Read More »

Megathreats, deglobalization and the end of European greatness

Megathreats, deglobalization and the end of European greatness: Getty Madrid 2022

  The world has entered a geopolitical depression, writes Dr. Nouriel Roubini, pointing at severe megathreats that spell dark days ahead.   This new era will resemble the tumultuous decades between 1914 and 1945, as the U.S. economic, financial, security unipolar world is challenged by four powers – China, Russia, Iran and North Korea. “There is a sharply rising risk …

Read More »

China and the Deep State Censorship Have Joined Forces

China and the Deep State Censorship: AP

  No matter who runs for office, no matter who controls the White House, Senate or the House of Representatives now or in the future, “we the people” have already lost. We have lost because the future of this nation is being forged beyond the reach of our laws, elections and borders by techno-authoritarian powers with no regard for individuality, …

Read More »

Why Countries Collapse: Exorbitant debt, energy sector problems, corrupt political systems, delusional elites

Why Countries Collapse: Collective US Stupidity threaten to demolish National Unity: Getty

  Herland Report: Why Countries Collapse: Dmitry Orlov and Vladimir Putin believe the US is failing, because the US government, in Putin’s words, is “making sure-footed strides directly along the path of the Soviet Union.” These strides are, in Orlov’s words: “exorbitant debt, problems in the energy sector and unreformable political systems mired in corruption, their elites delusional in their feelings …

Read More »

Bishop Harry Jackson on Racism: Forgiveness is the medicine that heals Wounds

Exclusive interview Bishop Harry Jackson: BIshop Harry Jackson Woodley Auguste Hanne Herland

  The Herland Report TV (HTV): Hanne Nabintu Herland speaks to bishop Harry Jackson about forgiveness, hatred, racism and redemption. “My father experienced gross racism, yet he said that I shouldn’t judge people by their skin colour. This was even before Dr. Kings statements became so famous,” says Bishop Harry Jackson, a leading American social conservative activist, commentator, author and …

Read More »

Exclusive interview: Illegal Immigration is New Slavery, says Bishop Harry Jackson

Illegal Immigration is New Slavery: Bishop Harry Jackson Hanne Nabintu Herland Report

  Herland Report host, Hanne Nabintu Herland speaks to Bishop Harry Jackson about the opioid drug epidemic, illegal immigration, poverty and the moral crisis in America. Watch it here! Illegal Immigration is New Slavery: In a divisive time, the wisdom of the forefront spiritual leader, Bishop Harry Jackson, in the Herland Report exclusive interview below, gives Christian perspectives to the current hatred and ethnic …

Read More »

The Federal Reserve Policy Is Mistaken

Federal Reserve Policy: A Complete Overhaul of the U.S. Financial System: USA federal reserve

  Federal Reserve Policy: Normally, recessions are the result of a reduction in liquidity by the Federal Reserve, the central bank, which is signaled by a rise in interest rates.   Normally, recessions are short-run affairs of 6 to 9 months.   Unemployment, which is as costly in its way as inflation, causes the Federal Reserve to relent and to increase liquidity, …

Read More »