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China website Alibaba sells “children adrenochrome”

Adrenochrome is a chemical compound produced by the oxidation of adrenaline. (Oxidation is the loss of electrons during a reaction by a molecule, atom or ion.) The effects of ingesting adrenochrome may be hallucinogenic and psychotropic, and may trigger psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, derealization, and euphoria.

In November 2017, FOTM‘s Trail Dust published a post, “Adrenochrome and Elite Vampirism,” about AltMedia rumors of elites kidnapping children not just for pedophilia, but to kill them for adrenochrome for its alleged anti-aging and life-extending effects. It must be said that neither Wikipedia nor a chemistry website claims those effects.

That adrenochrome is rejuvenating and life-extending is the stuff of internet rumors and pop culture. As an example, the drug was featured in the second episode of Season One of the TV series, Lewis, which was first aired in Britain on February 18, 2007. [Inspector] Lewis is a spin-off from the popular Inspector Morse series.

In Episode Two, “Whom the Gods Would Destroy,” written by Danny Boyle,  beginning at about the 1:16:50 mark, DI Lewis and DS Hathaway were searching a suspect’s apartment, in a case concerning the murders of two members of an Oxford University club from 30 years ago — the Sons of the Twice Born (a reference to the Greek god Dionysius). Those murders harken back to the murder of a prostitute 30 years ago by the Oxford club.

In the suspect’s apartment, Hathaway found a note-pad with the imprint of the word “Adrenochrome”.

Hathaway explains: “It’s a drug, a very special drug found in a very special place. To harvest adrenochrome, you have to go to Hell itself. You’ve got to murder for it.

The scene then cuts to Lewis and Hathaway interrogating the female suspect.
Lewis: “Do you know what adrenochrome is? . . . Adrenochrome is a drug, Tina. And Platt and his crew (referring to the Oxford students club), they thought drugs could work wonders for them, couldn’t get enough of them. And how they wanted to try adrenochrome, but try it in its purest form which, myth has it, gives the highest of highs. But the thing about it is, in its purest form adrenochrome comes from the human adrenal gland. When you remove that, the donor dies.

But adrenochrome is no longer the stuff of internet speculation.

Recently, a TV reporter in Turkey spoke about Hollywood celebrities keeping themselves looking young by ingesting adrenochrome harvested from children. Here’s the video:

Note that the reporter ties in adrenochrome with the curious phenomenon of the black eye sported by so many celebrities and political figure. The reporter claims that a side-effect of ingesting adrenochrome are blue spots around one’s eye(s).

See my post, “The ‘Black Eye’ Club“.

Needless to say, ingesting a human’s adrenochrome is a form of cannibalism.

The buying and selling of chemically-produced adrenochrome is legal in the United States. It can even be bought online here. But that’s chemically-produced adrenochrome, not human adrenochrome, and certainly not adrenochrome harvested from children.

Alibaba is a very successful Chinese company specializing in e-commerce, retail, internet and technology. Among its many services, Alibaba provides consumer-to-consumer (C2C), business-to-consumer (B2C), and business-to-business (B2B) sales services via web portals.

Here’s what is odd about Alibaba:

If you go to Alibaba’s website (https://m.alibaba.com) and type “children adrenochrome” in its search bar, you’ll actually get pages and pages of results with links to merchants selling “children adrenochrome”.

Make of this what you will!

See also “Made in China: Aborted babies soup”.

~Eowyn

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Why they want to keep Joe Biden out of a debate with President Trump

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Welcome to the masquerade…

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This is CNN: National security analyst doesn’t understand threat posed by TikTok

Friday night the Twitterverse was buzzing with President Trump’s threat to ban the TikTok app. Liberals were, of course, furious. India has already banned TikTok and Japan is considering banning it as well.

The reason? TikTok is owned by the Chicoms and is basically Chinese spyware/malware.

The threat to national security posed by TikTok is so real that the U.S. military last year banned the use of the app on government-issued devices.

How much of security threat is using TikTok?

For starters, it’s owned by the Chicoms.

Second: The app uses facial recognition technology and is storing user’s facial geometry.

Third: The app violates children privacy laws (which is the majority of users). TikTok paid a $5.7 million fine to the FTC in 2019 over collecting personal information from kids under 13, a violation of the federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.

From what I’ve read online, this app collects more data from a phone than any other app does including IP addresses, contacts, browsing histories and unique device identifiers.

Lastly: It’s owned by the Chicoms.

Of course, the Chicoms deny any wrongdoing in anything to do with TikTok.

Yet anyone with a functioning brain, Google and who is not TDS-infected can figure out what is really going on with the Chicoms and TikTok.

Unless you are a CNN “national security analyst.”

Meet Samantha Vinograd, an American foreign policy commentator who serves as National Security Analyst at CNN. In 2005,Vinograd graduated with a B.A. in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and received an M.A. in Security Studies from Georgetown University.

Guess that “Asian” studies degree excluded the history of China and the political/intelligence warfare they have waged against the US for a very long time, as witnessed by this tweet:

Great standards you’ve got at CNN, Zucker!

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Wuhan virus being used as political warfare? Double standards prove it

You don’t think the Wuhan virus is being used as a political tool to hurt #OrangeManBad this November? Here’s the double standards that prove it is a prolonged, political warfare:

“Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s administration on Friday urged additional vigilance by local officials in 11 counties where there are upticks in COVID-19 cases”

“Mayor Lori Lightfoot breaks her own rules to get a haircut

“Democrat Gov. Pritzker’s Wife and Kids Caught Visiting Florida While He Orders Illinois To Stay-at-Home

“Gov. Inslee extends pause indefinitely for phased reopening

20,000 People Protest In Hollywood, Smaller Groups March Throughout LA And Orange Counties”

West Hollywood protest/CBS photo

Indeed, how much longer are us Americans going to allow these double standards to exist? Remember this November that elections do have consequences.

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The Simpsons become real life…

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Joe Biden: “Listen to the scientists”

Listen to the scientists:

What do scientists say about someone who appears unable to walk to a car without an assist?

I’m now just waiting for a similar clip of Joe like this:

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Monday funnies!

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China exports hair weaves and wigs made by political prisoners

Do you use hair weaves?

Meghan Markle, the environmental and all-round hypocrite with U.S. presidential aspirations, whose natural hair is kinky because she is half-black, wears wigs, hair extensions and weaves.

Meghan Markle before plastic surgeries and hair weaves & wigs

Markle’s latest wig or weave in her recent video appearance resembles the ghoul in the 2002 horror flick, The Ring.

If you, like Markle, wears weaves, extensions or wigs made from human hair, you should know that they may have come from political prisoners in China.

CBS News reports that on July 1, 2020, federal authorities in New York seized a shipment of beauty accessories, including 13 tons of weaves and other hair products suspected to be made out of human hair taken from people locked inside a Chinese internment camp.

Brenda Smith, executive assistant commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection ‘s Office of Trade, told the Associated Press that “The production of these goods constitutes a very serious human rights violation, and the detention order is intended to send a clear and direct message to all entities seeking to do business with the United States that illicit and inhumane practices will not be tolerated in U.S. supply chains.”

This is the second time this year that CBP has slapped one of its rare detention orders on shipments of hair weaves from China, based on suspicions that people making them face human rights abuses. The orders are used to hold shipping containers at the U.S. ports of entry until the agency can investigate claims of wrongdoing.

Rushan Abbas, a Uighur American activist whose sister, a medical doctor, went missing in China almost two years ago and is believed to be locked in a detention camp, said women who use hair weaves should think about who might be making them: “This is so heartbreaking for us. I want people to think about the slavery people are experiencing today. My sister is sitting somewhere being forced to make what, hair pieces?”

Wednesday’s shipment was made by Lop County Meixin Hair Product Co. Ltd., an exporter in China’s far west Xinjiang region, where, over the past four years, the Chinese Communist government has imprisoned an estimated 1 million or more Uighurs — ethnic Turkic minorities — in internment camps and prisons where they are physically abused, forced to engage in slave labor, and to denounce their Muslim religion and Turkic language. Beijing suspects the Uighurs of harboring separatist tendencies because of their distinct culture, language and religion.

Reports by the AP and other news organizations have repeatedly found that people inside the internment camps and prisons, which activists call “black factories,” are making sportswear and other apparel for popular U.S. brands.

The AP tried to visit Hetian Haolin Hair Accessories Co. more than a year ago during an investigation into forced labor inside the camps. But police ordered the driver taking AP journalists to turn back and warned that the cab’s coordinates were being tracked.

Before the cab turned back, the journalists did see the factory from the road. On top of the factory was a sign, “Haolin Hair Accessories,” in big red letters. The factory was ringed with barbed wire fencing and surveillance cameras, and the entrance was blocked by helmeted police.  Former political prisoners in other parts of Xinjiang have described being shuttled to work in fenced, guarded compounds during the day and taken back to internment camps at night.

Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ), who has taken a lead on anti-human trafficking legislation, said that allegations of forced labor are “not surprising” and that “It is likely that many slave labor products continue to surreptitiously make it into our stores.”

The Chinese Ministry of Affairs, of course, denies there is forced labor or that ethnic minorities are persecuted and imprisoned.

Although prohibited by the 1930 Tariff Act, it is extremely rare for the U.S. government to block imports produced by forced labor. In the past 90 years, the federal government has only enforced the law 54 times. The majority of bans, 75%, blocked goods from China.

On June 17, President Donald Trump signed the bipartisan Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act of 2020, condemning “gross human rights violations of specified ethnic Muslim minority groups in the Xinjiang region in China.”

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Gov. Newsom shutting down California’s economy again

Newsom tweeted that he’s shutting down indoor operations in California again due to Wuhan virus cases spreading at “alarming rates.”

From Yahoo:

“California’s governor has ordered all bars to close statewide and all restaurants, movie theaters and museums to halt indoor operations, in a dramatic rolling back of reopening efforts as coronavirus cases continue to surge.

In addition to the statewide closures, the 30 counties on the state’s monitoring list must also shut down indoor operations at places of worship, fitness centers, hair salons, barbershops and malls.”

Those alarming rates include the following statistics: “The state has seen an average of 8,211 daily cases over the past week, an uptick from the 7,876 average from the week before. The positivity rate has increased to 7.4%, up from 6.1% a few weeks prior.

So a 1.3% increase in the positivity rate is “alarming?”

One would think that at least a 5 percent increase would be concerning and a doubling of the positivity rate would be alarming.

Remember that the governor allowed this to happen just three weeks ago:

But you know the demorats:

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