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Canadian Company to Produce 9000 Tons of Crickets for ‘Human and Pet Consumption’

Aspire Food Group, which has facilities in both Canada and the United States, has announced that it has completed its construction of the world's largest cricket production facility.

EU Renews Digital COVID Pass Despite 99% Negative Public Feedback

Acting on a proposal of the European Commission, the European Parliament, as expected, voted on June 23 to renew the EU Digital COVID Certificate...

EU Agrees Single Mobile Charging Port in Blow to Apple

Apple (AAPL.O) must change the connector on iPhones sold in Europe by 2024 after EU countries and lawmakers agreed on Tuesday to a single charging port for mobile phones, tablets and cameras in a world first.

WEF’s Klaus Schwab Pledges the World Can Find Salvation at Davos 2022

Schwab calls for creation of "a global platform."

CDC Pushes ‘Universal Hepatitis B Vaccination’ as Hepatitis Cases Increase and COVID Hype Wanes: New Pandemic Coming?

New hepatitis vaccine hit market in March—now CDC wants to remove "obstacle" of risk assessment before injecting patients with hepatitis vaccine.

Ukrainian President Zelensky to Address World Economic Forum’s Globalist Davos Summit

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky will address the globalist forum of elites in Davos, Switzerland later this month, the World Economic Forum (WEF) announced on Friday.

EU Run by ‘Psychopaths’ Who Want to Surrender Our Medical Data to ‘Pharmaceutical Mafia,’ Croatian M.E.P. Says

A Croatian Member of Parliament is sounding the alarm about the World Health Organization (WHO) and the European Commission’s plan to impose a medical dictatorship in the name of fighting future pandemics.

Apple Hit With EU Antitrust Charge Over Its Payment Technology

EU antitrust regulators charged Apple on Monday with restricting rivals' access to its NFC chip technology in a move that could result in a hefty fine for the iPhone maker and force it to open its mobile payment system to competitors.

Beware the EU’s New Internet Regulations

Writing in the New York Times, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen writes that new European Internet regulations will “make social media far better without impinging on free speech.” That isn’t true, and the ways in which it isn’t true illustrate rather well just how difficult it would be to regulate social-media platforms without undermining free speech.

1991: When America Tried to Keep Ukraine in the USSR

The US government today likes to pretend that it is the perennial champion of political independence for countries that were once behind the Iron Curtain

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