Gitmo Operation Ongoing? – Rigged For Red In King County, WA
“To honor all the frontline healthcare workers doing everything they can to keep us safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve turned our SR 520 bridge sentinels red,” WSDOT wrote on Facebook.
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NO, you idiot.
The Captain is DS, he took a warship. under a state of emergency, and tried to dock it. take it out of action.
Something really bad is happening, and they need these carriers on station, as a matter Of the highest priority.
Many Fake News Twitter Journalists Took the Bait and Are Tweeting about Q Supporters @ POTUS Rally
Why did we highlight the rally last night by
showcasing volume of support?
How many FAKE NEWS Twitter journalists are
tweeting about ‘Q’ today re: rally attendance last
These people are stupid.
In the March 30th letter, he called for ‘decisive action” removing over 4,000 sailors from the ship isolating them.
We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die. If we do not act now, we are failing to properly take care of our most trusted assets – our sailors,” Crozier wrote.
The carrier was in the Pacific when the navy reported it’s first coronavirus case a week ago. It has since pulled into port in Guam, a U.S. island territory in the Western Pacific.
In an interview with CNN on Tuesday, acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said he heard about Crozier’s letter that morning with Navy commanders “aware of this for about 24 hours.”
The @WhiteHouse is lit blue tonight in recognition of #WorldAutismAwarenessDay #LightltUpBlue
There’s a Secret Tunnel Under Central Park
Central Park is one of New York City’s most iconic landmarks and is honeycombed with secrets and engaging facts such as the three-tier Delacorte
Musical Clock sitting on top of the arcade between the Wildlife Center and the Children’s Zoo puts on a show every 30 minutes between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Recently, Quartz revealed vet another mystery which is the disappearance Of a subway tunnel beneath the park.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority released a new map that showcases plans for the anticipated Second Avenue line. Q trains will begin
travel along northeast Manhattan instead of traveling to Astoria and a new W train will bridge
Manhattan and Queens.
Mike Murphy, associated with Quartz, noticed an area of the Q train that will now run beneath the park and questioned whether or not the tunnel was new construction. MTA explained it was an existing tunnel that has appeared on past maps before.
Archival maps featuring the New York subway system have shown this vanishing tunnel twice: during the winter of 1998 and in the summer of 1995. The tunnel was used as a temporary reroute for the Q train during construction for both instances. After construction was complete, the shadow tunnel faded off the map.
Ihe tunnel was part of an early plan in the 1970s to construct a Second Avenue line which connects 57th street and 7th Avenue to 63rd St and
Lexington will become a permanent on the MTA map by the end of 2016. While heading North from 57th Street on the Q, R or N, try to catch a glimpse of the phantom underpass.
After construction, saying -Mischief Managed- won’t make the evaporating tunnel disappear from the MTA maps anymore.
CenturyLink Field gets ready to host new field hospital amid COVID-19 crisis
SEATTLE In less than a week. a fully functioning hospital with 250
patient beds. two operating rooms. an intensive care unit. a
laboratory and other key functions will be set-up inside.
The Army is assembling a 250 bed-field hospital at CenturyLink Event
Center in Seattle that’s “rant to treat ron•COVlD- 19 patients so area
hospitals will able to free up their own trds to eare for those who have
contracted the coronavirus disease. the commander the 627th Hospital
Schiff Sends Letter to Google, Facebook Regarding Anti-Vaccine Misinformation
Schiff Asks CEOs to Address this Important Public Health Issue on Respective Platforms
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), sent a letter to Sundar Pichai and Mark Zuckerberg, the Chief Executive Officers of Google and Facebook, respectively, to express concern that the company’s platforms including YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, are surfacing and recommending information that discourages parents from vaccinating their children, contributing to declining vaccination rates which could reverse progress made in tackling vaccine-preventable diseases.
“As a Member of Congress who is deeply concerned about declining vaccination rates, I am requesting additional information on the steps that you currently take to provide medically accurate information on vaccinations to your users, and to encourage you to consider additional steps you can take to address this growing problem,” Schiff wrote in the letter. “I was pleased to see YouTube’s recent announcement that it will no longer recommend videos that violate its community guidelines, such as conspiracy theories or medically inaccurate videos, and encourage further action to be taken related to vaccine misinformation.”
The coronavirus crisis shows it’s time to abolish the family
In the hopes of ‘flattening the curve’ of the pandemic, vast swathes of society have adopted contagion-slowing practices (be they mandatory, voluntary or semi-voluntary, depending on the local legislature) known as ‘social distancing’ and ‘sheltering in place.’
Media platforms are flooded with chronicles of these practices, many of them understandably anxious, shell-shocked and despairing, due to loss of income or fear for the ill-health of loved ones. Yet many of them, on the contrary, humorous, horny, happy to be off work, and full of the comic creativity of the unexpectedly house-bound (genres here include: playing tic-tac-toe with your goldfish; DJ-ing with the hobs on your stove-top; and strap-hanging off your shower-rail on a simulated subway commute).
Certainly, there have been eco-fascist sentiments, and calls for authoritarian state control over the situation, but mutual aid has also proliferated: grocery runs and disinfection supplies for the immunocompromised; childcare and safe injection kits for sex workers and substance users; co-pay waivers; eviction moratoriums; rent strikes; and efforts to secure shelter for the houseless. The latter, in particular, exposes the unspoken and mostly unquestioned crux of the prescribed response to the pandemic: private homes.
Nuclear households, it seems, are where we are all intuitively expected to retreat in order to prevent widespread ill-health. ‘Staying home’ is what is somehow self-evidently supposed to keep us well. But there are several problems with this, as anyone inclined to think about it critically (even for a moment) might figure out – problems one might summarize as the mystification of the couple-form; the romanticisation of kinship; and the sanitization of the fundamentally unsafe space that is private property.
How can a zone defined by the power asymmetries of housework (reproductive labor being so gendered), of renting and mortgage debt, land and deed ownership, of patriarchal parenting and (often) the institution of marriage, benefit health? Such standard homes are where, after all, everyone secretly knows the majority of earthly violence goes down: the W.H.O. calls domestic violence “the most widespread, but among the least reported human rights abuses.”
Queer and feminized people, especially very old and very young ones, are definitionally not safe there: their flourishing in the capitalist home is the exception, not the rule. It follows that, upon closer inspection, both terms – ‘social distancing’ and ‘sheltering in place’ – appear remarkable as much for what they don’t say (that is, what they presume and naturalize) as what they do. Sheltering in what place… and in whose? Distance from whom… or everyone but whom?
But the first and starkest problem with the directive to stay home is simply this: not everybody possesses access to a private dwelling. As the Oakland-based Moms 4 Housing put it: “how do you #ShelterInPlace when you don’t have a place?” It turns out there are at least a couple of different ways: sharing and occupying. In ethical defiance of state directives, relatively immune neighbors in many cities have been voluntarily opening their homes to the exposed and sick, judging the duty of neighborly solidarity with the unhoused more pressing than the imperative to avoid contagion.
Meanwhile, by taking vacant properties without permission, and living in them (“self-quarantine in progress,” reads one mom’s window-sign), Moms 4 Housing is leading the way in beating back gentrification in California and enacting an understanding of comfortable housing as a basic human birthright.
Unfortunately, there are still many other populations whose response to the pandemic could not be ‘stay home,’ even if they wanted it to be, besides the houseless: for instance, people warehoused in prisons, detention centers, refugee camps or factory dormitories, people stuck in overcrowded retirement homes, or those held against their will in medical and/or psychiatric facilities. If COVID-19 is incompatible with these institutions, in the sense that a humane response to the pandemic is impossible in such undemocratic spaces, then it will have demonstrated by the same token that they are incompatible with human dignity.
In L.A., state officials are providing individual trailers and pop-up isolation cabins for the houseless. But a far more logical response might be: open all the hotels and private palaces on the basis of airy and light-filled, sanitary (uncommodified) housing for all. Free all prisoners and detainees now, remake the care facilities as spacious self-led villages, and dismiss all the workers with full pay so they can leave their bunks forever, move in with their friends, and pursue laziness for at least the next decade.
Secondly, among those of us who do have private homes, a huge proportion are not safe there; and being unable to leave only multiplies the threat. A quarantine is, in effect, an abuser’s dream – a situation that hands near-infinite power to those with the upper hand over a home. Accordingly, early on in China’s epidemic, women’s rights NGOs published guides to surviving coronavirus-specific domestic abuse. Police stations throughout the country reportedly saw a threefold increase in cases of domestic violence; on March 21, 2020, The Guardian quoted the founder of a Chinese women’s not-for-profit as saying: “According to our statistics, 90% of the causes of violence are related to the Covid-19 epidemic.”
And as the virus spreads through America, we would do well to heed this. Already, the CEO of the national domestic violence hotline in the United States has noted: “Perpetrators are threatening to throw their victims out on the street so they get sick… We’ve heard of some withholding financial resources or medical assistance.”
In short, the pandemic is no time to forget about family abolition. In the words of feminist theorist and mother Madeline Lane-McKinley; “Households are capitalism’s pressure cookers. This crisis will see a surge in housework – cleaning, cooking, caretaking, but also child abuse, molestation, intimate partner rape, psychological torture, and more.” Far from a time to acquiesce to ‘family values’ ideology, then, the pandemic is an acutely important time to provision, evacuate and generally empower survivors of – and refugees from – the nuclear household.
And thirdly, even when the private nuclear household poses no direct physical or mental threat to one’s person – no spouse-battering, no child rape, and no queer-bashing – the private family qua mode of social reproduction still, frankly, sucks. It genders, nationalizes and races us. It norms us for productive work. It makes us believe we are ‘individuals.’ It minimizes costs for capital while maximizing human beings’ life-making labor (across billions of tiny boxes, each kitted out – absurdly – with its own kitchen, micro-crèche and laundry). It blackmails us into mistaking the only sources of love and care we have for the extent of what is possible.
We deserve better than the family. And the time of corona is an excellent time to practice abolishing it. In the always lucent words of Anne Boyer: “We must learn to do good for the good of the stranger now. We now have to live as daily evidence that we believe there is value in the lives of the cancer patient, the elderly person, the disabled one, the ones in unthinkable living conditions, crowded and at risk.”
We do not know yet if we will be able to wrench something better than capitalism from the wreckage of this Plague and the coming Depression. I would only posit with some certainty that, in 2020, the dialectic of families against the family, of real homes against the home, shall intensify.
Ellen DeGeneres, Liev Schreiber, Kit Laybourne, and Geraldine Laybourne Involved In Pedophilia? – Pedophile Rings & Satanism Are Rampant In Hollywood Elite Circles
Ellen DeGeneres – “This is the first place I’m visiting after this.” – “Llandudno has had unusual visitors! Mountain goats have been making the most of the town’s quiet streets.” – ITV Wales News
Goats? Satanism? Maybe…?
DISCLAIMER: WE DO NOT CONDEMN THE SEXUALIZATION BETWEEN A FATHER HAND HIS CHILDREN… THOUGH THESE COMBINED PHOTOS DEPICT SOMETHING OF QUESTION
Liev Schreiber – “Hirsute actor type best known for his slavic fat pads and shockingly attractive children.” – “They love to dance. We have a… I have a thing that we do, where we bathe, and then we do the willy dance.”
Liev Schreiber kissing his what looks to be his 7 years old daughter/son on the lips. Liev Schreiber is also seen walking his daughter dressed in a Harley Quinn costume. (Not claiming this to be provocative… just taking note)
The last image of the children on scooters and what looks to be the daughter (or son) having the handlebar in her mouth resembles the act of oral sex. THIS COULD AS INNOCENTLY JUST BE CHILDREN PlAYING.
MAKE OF THIS WHAT YOU WILL AND DISREGARD THE REST
Kit Laybourne: Worked for MTV, Nickelodeon, Children’s Television Workshop & Nick Junior.
Geraldine Laybourne: Created Nickelodeon. In 96 became the president of Disney.
Both are on the board of Kindercare & both are on the Epstein flight logs. #ChildTrafficking
More Hollywood pedophiles running the show while also running private schools.
Legacy Media Shills
are not just covering up for common criminals, they are covering up decades of crimes against children.
Legacy media shills had ample reason and repeated opportunities to investigate Pizzagate and dozens of similar previous scandals.
Legacy media shills not only failed to investigate but actively covered up. campaigned extensively to suppress and to discredit the evidence others uncovered, defaming honest researchers, making them objects of scorn, ridicule and contempt.
Legacy shills did this in both dramatic entertainment and in news content across multiple platforms, all the while knowing the stories about the traffick ritual sexual abuse of children were and are true.
DIG MEME PRAY
Tom Hanks: I Told Them Everything!
UNKNOWN: I Told Them Everything Too!
Bill Bar: Everyone dies.
OH THERE WILL BE I TOLD YOU SO’S