Putin Decimates Another Adrenochrome Warehouse in Ukraine

Russian Forces on Friday “decommissioned” an adrenochrome factory in western Ukraine, this time hammering it with cruise missiles launched from a frigate in the North Sea, Russian FSB agent Andrei Zakharov told Real Raw News. News of the factory’s destruction comes weeks after Spetznas intercepted an adrenochrome-laden tractor-trailer headed for Poland. Vladimir Putin, Zakharov said, … Read more

World Bank President David Malpass announces resignation

World Bank President David Malpass has said in a surprise announcement that he will resign at the end of June. The announcement on Wednesday means that Malpass would step down nearly a year before the end of his regular term. “The last four years have been some of the most meaningful of my career,” Malpass was quoted … Read more


A post shared on Facebook purports U.S. Marines allegedly caught FBI agents trying to sabotage a substation in Meridian, Idaho on Super Bowl Sunday. Marines Catch FBI Trying to Sabotage Substation in Idaho. Over the last three months, at least nine substations have been attacked in North Carolina, Washington, and Oregon, depriving tens of thousands of people … Read more

How Do Russians Read ‘1984’?

Officially banned in the Soviet Union until 1988—circulated only as samizdat at the risk of long prison sentences until the era of glasnost and perestroika—George Orwell’s 1984 topped the lists in fiction downloads in mid-December in the Russian Federation. TASS, the Russian state news agency, reported on December 13 that Orwell’s dystopia had led the … Read more

Sweden Joins NATO’s Space Alliance

It was on Wednesday, during NATO’s ongoing defense ministers’ meeting in Brussels, where Sweden, despite not being an official member, had nevertheless been granted access to the organisation. Sweden chose to join the space defense alliance APSS (Alliance Persistent Surveillance from Space). The space defense alliance is run by NATO and only NATO members – … Read more

Federal Judge Tosses Challenge To Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Law

A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a challenge to a Florida law that restricts the discussion of sexuality and gender identity with younger students, and that critics have maligned as an anti-LGBT “Don’t Say Gay” law. U.S. District Judge Allen Winsor determined that the group of Florida students, parents and teachers who brought the challenge … Read more

Biden Responds After Serial Shooting In Tate Country, Mississippi Leaves 6 Dead; Suspect In Custody

President Joe Biden responded to a series of shootings in Tate County, Mississippi, which left at least six people dead on Friday, saying “thoughts and prayers are not enough.” Officials apprehended the suspect, 52-year-old Richard Crum, who is believed to have used a shotgun and two handguns to carry out a shooting rampage that spanned … Read more

Supreme Court Set To Reconsider Brunson Brothers’ Case!

Key Takeaways: Brunson Brothers allege politicians violated oaths of office by not investigating election fraud in the 2020 election. Supreme Court previously declined to take on the case, but brothers are asking for reconsideration. Lawsuit alleges that President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, former Vice President Mike Pence, 291 House members, and 94 senators violated … Read more

‘Inside Job’: CDC Changed Toxicity Info On Vinyl Chloride Days Before Derailment

The CDC edited the toxicology profile for vinyl chloride, massively increasing the lethal exposure level and removing information about how the chemical affects children, just two weeks before the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio that spewed vast quantities of the chemical into the environment. The CDC update changed the lethal exposure from 100PPM to … Read more

BREAKING: Joe Biden Finally Reveals The Truth – The Other Three Were…

President Joe Biden said Thursday that the three most recent objects he ordered to be shot down were “most likely balloons” not tied to Chinese surveillance. “We don’t yet know exactly what these three objects were. But nothing, nothing right now suggests they were related to Chinese spy balloon programs or they were surveillance vehicles … Read more