Alexandros Lampis: 21-year-old Greek soccer player collapses and dies of sudden cardiac arrest on the pitch

ILIOUPOLI — A small Greek community is in mourning after what is unfortunately a near-daily occurrence across the globe for soccer (“football”) players.

Mr. Alexandros Lampis was a midfielder for Ilioupoli FC in the third tier of Greek football. The team was playing in a match against Ermionida last night at First Municipal Stadium in Glyfada. Just five minutes into the game, the 21-year-old collapsed on the field (“pitch”). Despite the numerous occurrences of soccer players collapsing and dying during games in 2021, somehow there was no defibrillator in the stadium, according to The Sun in the U.K.

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Glenn Wheatley: 74-year-old “double vaccinated” Australia music icon dead after weeks suffering in hospital, mainstream media blame COVID-19

MELBOURNE — The headlines are all very similar. “Australian music manager Glenn Wheatley dies aged 74 after contracting COVID-19,” writes 7News. The News Daily wrote, “Music legend Wheatley dies after COVID battle.” Vaccination status is modus operandi in mainstream media headlines when someone who is against masks, mRNA shots, etc. dies of so-called COVID-19. But the journalistic principle of “bury the lede” is the trend in 2022 for stories like this.

Mr. Glenn Wheatley is a well-known bass player, music promoter and talent manager down under. He first gained fame in the late 1960s and early 1970s as a member of the pop band The Master Apprentices. The band is best known for the hit songs “Turn Up The Radio” (1970) and “Because I Love You” (1971).

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Democrat U.S. Senator Ben Luján has stroke after promoting masks, “vaccines” for a year, hands Republicans Senate majority while he recovers

ALBUQUERQUE — Many political pundits believe Democrats will lose the House of Representatives majority in the November 2022 midterm elections. The current U.S. Senate is split evenly, 50-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris being the tiebreaker vote. But now Democrats face some tough decisions after losing a crucial member of their Senate Caucus.

U.S. Senator Ben Luján, D-New Mexico, checked into Christus St. Vincent Regional Hospital in Santa Fe on January 27. He complained of dizziness and fatigue, according to his official statement. Doctors determined that the 49-year-old, first-term Senator, had a stroke in his cerebellum – the back part of the brain that controls walking, motor learning, vision and more.

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Netanyahu lawyers expected to seek delay of key testimony over phone hacking scandal

State’s witness Shlomo Filber reportedly had data illicitly siphoned off device; Kan: Prosecutors believe hacking did not affect case evidence

Attorneys of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the former owner of both Bezeq and the Walla news site, Shaul Elovitch, are expected to request a delay in the testimony of state’s witness Shlomo Filber in Netanyahu’s criminal trial, according to Hebrew media reports Saturday.

This follows revelations that Filber, the ex-director-general of the Communications Ministry, apparently had his phone illicitly hacked by police during the investigation into Case 4000.

But Kan news reported that so far, prosecutors believe any improper use of spyware technology was not tied to evidence used in the case.

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IDF foils $1.2 million drug-smuggling attempt along border with Egypt

More than 200 kilograms of marijuana flowers and hashish seized, no arrests made

Israeli troops foiled an attempt to smuggle drugs into Israel from Egypt on Friday morning, the military said.

According to the Israel Defense Forces, soldiers monitoring surveillance cameras spotted the drug smuggling attempt and dispatched troops to the scene.

Suspects from the Egyptian side tossed the drugs over the fence, apparently for accomplices on the Israeli side to later pick them up.

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Palestinian Authority PM urges African Union to withdraw Israel’s observer status

Mohammed Shtayyeh says Israel should not be ‘rewarded’ for its policies toward the Palestinians; summit could still see a vote on the matter

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh on Saturday urged the African Union to withdraw Israel’s observer status as heads of state from the 55-member body met for a two-day summit.

“Israel should never be rewarded for its violation and for the apartheid regime it does impose on the Palestinian people,” he said.

The relationship with Israel is a rare point of contention for a body that values consensus and is expected to dominate the Addis Ababa summit this weekend.

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House Republicans calling for ban on using taxpayer funds for implementing military vaccine mandate

(Natural News) A group of Republican House leaders is calling for a ban on the use of taxpayer funds to implement President Biden’s vaccine mandate for members of the U.S. military.

On Tuesday, Representative Darrell Issa of California, a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and 14 of his Republican colleagues wrote to the House Appropriations Committee requesting that they “prohibit funding for the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for active-duty, reserve and national guard military personnel” as allocated in the budget for fiscal year 2022.

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FBI Agents’ Misconduct Won’t Be Considered in Whitmer Kidnap Case, Judge Rules

The misconduct of three FBI agents who investigated the alleged Michigan governor kidnapping plot won’t be used as evidence in court, a U.S. district judge has ruled.

With their March 8 trial fast approaching, defendants Adam Fox, Barry Croft, Kaleb Franks, Daniel Harris, and Brandon Caserta filed numerous motions in recent weeks to buttress their argument that the FBI entrapped them in a scheme to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. But the defendants faced a severe blow to their case when U.S. District Judge Robert Jonker made a Feb. 2 order largely siding with government.

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Neocons Never Die

by Chris Black

Bernard Henri-Levi, a prominent “invade the world, invite the world” Jewish neocon, is now proclaiming that Alexander Dugin (!) is responsible for Western Europe trading with China and choosing to stay out of the Ukraine-Russia conflict.

How many non-governmental organizations seeking to meddle and ruin Europe do China and Russia sponsor in France and Germany vs Brussels and America?

Natives are a minority in Paris, London, Frankfurt and more to come. Levi and the Jewish power he represents supported and even enabled this unwanted transformation every step of the way.

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