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18:36 [ Paul Antonopoulos / Global Research ]

US Hopes to Turn Philippines into Military Outpost Aimed Against China

On July 29, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte decided to cancel his plans to end the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) – an important defense treaty with the United States. He said that the legal conditions for the temporary U.S. military presence in the Philippines has existed since 1998, on which the two sides conducted joint exercises on land, air and sea.

15:06 [ Portal amerika21.de ]

Neue Linksregierung in Peru: Zusammensetzung des Kabinetts löst Kritik aus

Weitere wichtige Ministerbesetzungen sind Außenminister Héctor Béjar sowie die Frauenministerin Anahí Durand. Der 85-jährige Sozialwissenschaftler Béjar gilt als einer der wichtigen progressiven Intellektuellen Perus. Anfang der 1960er-Jahre war er Mitglied der Guerrilla-Gruppe Ejército de Liberación Nacional (Nationale Befreiungsarmee).

15:01 [ Informationsstelle Militarisierung e.V. ]

Staatsgewalt rüstet auf: Polizeidrohnen sind eine Gefahr für unsere Grundrechte

Die Drohne filmt wahllos alle Menschen im Videoausschnitt, die Überwachungsmaßnahme ist keine Verbrecherjagd oder Vermisstensuche – es ist eine der alltäglichen Racial-Profiling-Kontrollen in der Freiburger Innenstadt.

14:11 [ Achse des Guten ]

Neue Verbote und eine Todesermittlung

Betroffen seien zwei geplante Aufzüge auf der Straße des 17. Juni unter dem Titel „Das Jahr der Freiheit und des Friedens“, für die bis zu 10.000 Teilnehmer angemeldet waren. Verboten worden sei auch eine Versammlung am Potsdamer Platz unter dem Motto „Freies Leben, freie Liebe“ mit 1000 Teilnehmern, wie eine Polizeisprecherin am Montag mitgeteilt habe.

14:03 [ Reitschuster / Rumble.com ]

Brutale Szenen: Wie Berliner Polizei bei der verbotenen „Corona-Demo“ zugriff

Große Medien stellen Gewalt gegen die Polizei in den Mittelpunkt ihrer Berichte über die verbotene Demo in Berlin. Vor Ort habe ich ganz andere Eindrücke gesammelt – und Polizei-Gewalt erlebt und dokumentiert, die mich bis jetzt erschüttert. Sehen Sie selbst…

11:35 [ ABC News ]

Man dies after being detained by Berlin police during demo

Police said early Monday that the man had complained of tingling in his arm and chest while officers checked his ID in the capital’s Mitte district, where thousands of protesters had rallied despite an official ban on demonstrations.

Officers provided first aid to the man until an ambulance arrived and took him to the hospital, where he later died, police said.

A routine investigation has been opened into the man’s death.

08:29 [ DailyMail.co.uk ]

Battle to save summer: Rishi Sunak leads cabinet rebellion demanding u-turn on plans for ruinous amber-plus list – as data shows 17 MORE countries could go green this week in double boost for British tourists

– Creation of extra travel alert has been opposed by Tory rebels and Rishi Sunak – who has written letter to PM
– Ministers signed off proposals last week to create ‚amber watch list‘ which could plunge holidays into chaos
– Travellers heading to the likes of Spain and Italy could see the countries suddenly move on to dreaded red list
– Whitehall source claims idea has now been shelved, amid opposition from Tory MPs and letter from Mr Sunak

08:18 [ Telegraph.co.uk ]

Boris Johnson faces Tory backbench backlash over ‘amber watch list’ travel plans

Not only would the Government find it difficult to come up with sufficient hotel rooms but it would have a severe impact on the economy.

It would almost certainly disrupt trade links even if lorry drivers and vital supply routes for food and medicines were exempted, while tens of thousands of workers would have to self-isolate away from their businesses and employers for 10 days.

08:08 [ ConservativeHome.com ]

From self-isolation to score annihilation – Johnson drops 36 points in our Cabinet League Table.

Overall, the air has gone out of the rest of the scores a bit – unsurprising in a month which has seen a fair amount of political wear-and-tear and a row over vaccine passports.

07:59 [ Lesley Gale / Twitter ]

„The poll by the Conservative Home website found Boris Johnson’s rating had dropped from 39.2 per cent last month to just 3.4 per cent, taking him into the bottom five members of the Cabinet.“

Boris Johnson’s approval rating plummets https://mol.im/a/9850525 via @MailOnline

07:54 [ DailyMail.co.uk ]

Boris Johnson’s approval rating plummets: Prime Minister’s likeability among Tory activists has slumped since he tried to dodge Covid isolation, survey shows

The slump also follows controversy over vaccine passports. Two months ago, the PM had a net approval rating of 55.6.

In contrast, Mr Sunak’s reputation appears to be almost unaffected. He remains the second most popular member of the Cabinet with Tory activists, with a net approval rating of 74.1.

The most recent survey also found that a narrow majority of Tory activists now believe the PM is dealing with the pandemic ‘badly’.

06:05 [ Stan / Twitter ]

The EU would be condemning this as regime brutality if it was Russia but since it’s Germany they will support it instead.

05:57 [ NoVA Campaigns / Twitter ]

The Berlin police are doing this today against elderly German citizens protesting their government’s lockdown and Covid mandates. They’re speaking out and this is the result.

05:50 [ Newsweek ]

Berlin Detains 600 Anti-Lockdown Protesters Defying Ban As Police ‚Harassed and Attacked‘

Police said that protesters „harassed and attacked“ officers in the city’s Charlottenburg district, according to local news outlet Deutsche Welle.

„They tried to break through the police cordon and pull out our colleagues. This led to the use of irritants, batons and physical violence,“ tweeted Berlin police.

05:41 [ Tim Truth / Odysee.com ]

Berlin Police & Führer’s Orders: Great Reset Jackboots CAUGHT Selling Their Soul Brutalizing Germans

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05:33 [ Jack Posobiec, Senior Editor, @HumanEvents . Fmr military intel officer / Twitter ]

Germans at it again

05:28 [ Red Walrus / Twitter ]

Little boy beat down by Berlin cop for trying to protect his lockdown protesting mom.

05:24 [ Terrence Daniels / Youtube ]

Thousands protest in #Berlin against Covid restrictions despite a ban by the authorities.

Thousands protest in #Berlin against Covid restrictions despite a ban by the authorities. The police try to regain control with punches, batons, and pepper spray.

05:00 [ RBB24.de ]

Trotz Verbot von Corona-Demos: Tausende „Querdenker“ ziehen teils ungehindert durch Berlin

Hunderte Teilnehmende zogen außerdem zum Teil unbegleitet von der Polizei durch Charlottenburg, Schöneberg, Mitte und Kreuzberg. Nach Angaben von Polizeisprecher Thilo Cablitz handelte es sich insgesamt um mehr als 5.000 Menschen.

Die Polizei, die mit 2.250 Beamten im Einsatz war, um verhängte Demonstrationsverbote durchzusetzen, nahm zahlreiche Menschen fest

04:49 [ ZDF ]

Trotz Demo-Verbots – Tausende bei Querdenker-Protesten in Berlin

Trotz des Verbots sind in Berlin Tausende Menschen auf die Straße gegangen. Dabei kam es am Sonntag mehrfach zu Auseinandersetzungen zwischen Protestierenden und der Polizei. An der Siegessäule fuhren zwischenzeitlich Wasserwerfer auf.

Wie Polizeisprecher Thilo Cablitz der rbb-„Abendschau“ sagte, habe es fast 600 Festnahmen gegeben. Es seien um die 5.000 Teilnehmer gewesen.

01.08.2021 - 20:53 [ France24 ]

YouTube suspends Sky News Australia channel

Sky News confirmed the temporary ban and a spokesperson said „we support broad discussion and debate on a wide range of topics and perspectives which is vital to any democracy“.

01.08.2021 - 20:30 [ Jonathan Cook / Consortium News ]

Murray Jailing Latest Move to Stop Journalism

It may not be surprising that corporate journalists, keen to hold on to their jobs, are consenting through their silence to this all-out assault on journalism and free speech, with Craig Murray its latest victim, writes Jonathan Cook.