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FBI: Domestic Extremists Pose Threat Equal To ISIS

November 6, 2021
What You Need To Know

On Wednesday of this week, Timothy Langan, Assistant Director of the FBI's Counterterrorism Division, testified before the House Intelligence Committee on agency efforts to counter domestic terrorism. Langan stated that "racially motivated domestic extremists," and in particular white supremacists, pose a violent threat in the United States so great that the FBI considers it equal to that of Islamic State militants.

Here is Langan's opening statement.

Note that in this testimony there was no mention of the multi-year run of Antifa and BLM protests extending from the approach of the 2016 election and the "Not My President" sky screamers, through to the 2020 election. Who can forget the attempted siege of the White House, the billions in damages in cities across the U.S., the rioting and removal of historic monuments in Washington, DC and elsewhere, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ, in Seattle, the nightly attacks on police departments in Portland and elsewhere, the countless businesses damaged and destroyed, the regular attacks on Immigration and Customs enforcement facilities, and so on. In 2020 alone, at least 25 Americans were killed while participating in political demonstrations.

The FBI Does Not Track Leftist Violence

In a congressional hearing just over one month ago titled "Confronting Violent White Supremacy (Part VI): Examining the Biden Administration’s Counterterrorism Strategy," Langan admitted that the Bureau doesn't consider Antifa to be an "organization," and as such does not have specific information on the group's activities.

In response to a question about how much violence or domestic terrorism Antifa committed in recent years from Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), Langan's response was stunning:

"Since we don’t categorize Antifa, nor do we calculate or collate information regarding Antifa, that movement, we don’t have that,” said the senior FBI counterterrorism official. “But we can provide you information on anarchist threats and cases in general."

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Readers are cautioned that are many angry people in the U.S. of all races and political leanings. Add to this the renewed threat of attack by foreign terrorist organizations and those inspired by their ideology. Add to this the wide open southern border, the arrest of dozens of individuals appearing on both the terrorism watch list and No Fly list, and one can see that all the ingredients are present for a noisy, potentially dangerous near-term future.

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11/5 - AlertsUSA monitoring response to reports of gunfire, Great Mall, Milpitas, CA. Large, multi-agency police presence. Avoid the area. Add'l alerts as warranted.

11/5 - TSA: Starting Nov 8, 2021, all non-U.S. citizen, non-U.S. immigrants must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to traveling to the U.S. Details via email.

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Coronavirus Quick Hits

November 6, 2021


According to data provided by the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, as of Friday evening there have been more than 753,000 total deaths in the U.S. attributed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus.


Canada has opened up its borders to fully vaccinated foreign travelers. As of November 5, 2021, the country had reported over 29,000 deaths.


Brazil remains the Latin American country most affected by COVID-19. As of November 5, 2021, the country had reported over 609,000 deaths attributed to the virus. In second place is Mexico, with more than 289,000 deaths.


Russia still leads the European region in COVID-related deaths. As of November 5, the country has reported over 478,000 deaths. Last week, Moscow began another 11-day lockdown after a tragic 1,159 deaths in 24 hrs. Oddly, Ireland is 91% vaccinated and COVID cases are soaring


Beginning November 8, all non-U.S. citizens and non-U.S. immigrants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to traveling to the United States. These travelers are also required to show proof COVID-19 vaccination and a negative test no more than three days prior to the flight’s departure. Limited exceptions apply.


Congress Didn’t Give OSHA Authority to Impose Vaccine Mandates

Pfizermectin has arrived
SC governor bans vaccine mandate
Germany: 75% vaccinated, COVID cases soar
What is Luciferase? Why is it in the Moderna vaccine?
CDC Dir refuses to tell Senate how many employees are fully-vaxx'd
Florida will sue Biden administration over vaccine mandate
Air Force says nearly 8,500 miss deadline for COVID-19 shots
China suffers its most widespread COVID-19 outbreak since Wuhan
Taiwan man receives gov payout after developing vax-associated blood clots
Half of Beijing’s flights are canceled as capital tightens COVID restrictions
Russia's COVID-19 Death Toll Hits Record High For Second Day In A Row
WH says big businesses must mandate vaccines or require testing by Jan. 4


Effectiveness of Covid-19 Vaccination Against Risk of Symptomatic Infection, Hospitalization, and Death Up to 9 Months: A Swedish Total-Population Cohort Study

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According to the CDC's COVID Data Tracker website, more than 428 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered within the U.S..


According to the CDC's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) between mid-December 2020 and Oct 29 of this year, more than 856,000 adverse events have been reported following COVID19 vaccinations. As it is estimated that only 1% of adverse events are recorded into the system, these numbers could be significantly higher.

Reports of adverse events to VAERS following vaccination, including deaths, do not necessarily mean that a vaccine caused a health problem.

Current VAERS reports (U.S. only) related to COVID-19 vaccines include:

Deaths: 8,284
Hospitalizations: 38,818
Urgent Care: 79,671
Anaphylaxis: 2,073
Bell's Palsy: 2,706
Miscarriages: 1,336
Heart Attacks: 4,206
Myo/Pericarditis: 3,667

A 'Space Pearl Harbor' Is Coming

Commentary / Analysis / Research

November 6, 2021

A 'Space Pearl Harbor' Is Coming

On October 24, China launched its Shijian-21 into orbit. The satellite, according to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp., is "tasked with demonstrating technologies to alleviate and neutralize space debris."

As Beijing sees it, American satellites constitute "debris."


Criminal Immigration Prosecutions Plummet

On November 1, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University released a report captioned “Federal Immigration Prosecutions at Record Lows”. Despite promises from the Biden DHS that “repeat offenders” would be referred for criminal proceedings, prosecutions for most immigration-related offenses have plummeted since the start of the pandemic, and are unlikely to rise under the current administration. Only smuggling prosecutions are returning to normal.


COVID-19 Vaccine Facts For Mothers

On 29 October 2021, the Food and Drug Association (FDA) extended its Emergency Authorization for the Pfizer-BioNTech “vaccine” to be given to reduce serious COVID-19 infections in children aged 5-11 years. The FDA provided little evidence for their decision except for a minimal-sized “immunobridging” study which incorrectly considered blood antibody levels to be the same thing as immunity to the COVID-19 virus. It is not. Especially when using an mRNA “vaccine” that is demonstrably no longer working in the older age groups.

The Pfizer COVID-19 mRNA vaccine is not really a “vaccine” in the true sense of the word. It does not provide a long-term immunity like the existing vaccines for measles, polio, chickenpox, and smallpox. Rather, it is an experimental nucleic acid preparation that is associated with rare but catastrophic side effects in individuals aged 12 and older. The administration of the Pfizer-BioNTech “vaccine” for children aged 5 to 11 should be limited to those children with medical conditions known to be at risk for COVID-19, and then only under a strict physician’s consideration and supervision. Alternatively, successful early, drug treatments for COVID-19 are available.



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USNI Fleet and Marine Tracker
November 6, 2021

These are the approximate positions of the U.S. Navy’s deployed carrier strike groups and amphibious ready groups throughout the world as of Nov 1, 2021 based on U.S. Navy, public data provided by the U.S. Naval Institute, and open source reporting. In cases where a CSG or ARG is conducting disaggregated operations, the chart reflects the location of the capital ship.

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World News Roundup
November 6, 2021


Ops readiness concerns loom over military’s COVID-19 vaccination deadlines
CIA director makes rare trip to Moscow for talks on Russia-U.S. ties
Durham charges Russian analyst behind Steele dossier with lying to FBI
Biden backpedals on payments to illegal aliens
Bank of America sees oil hitting $120 by June; could rise much higher
British Royal Marine commandos force US Marines into humiliating surrender
DoD says botched Afghanistan airstrike was due to rushed, poor planning
US stepping up operations in South China Sea
USS Connecticut’s leadership fired following undersea mountain collision
Milley: US 'absolutely' could defend Taiwan from China
Republican Senators request military aid for Taiwan amid pressure from China
Biden says he's not concerned with possibility of armed conflict with China
Texas builds makeshift border wall using shipping containers


53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team set to deploy to Ukraine
Russia halts coal exports to Ukraine, cancels power auction amid gas crisis
Police warn of threat of pre-Christmas terror attacks in London
Beijing fires warning at EU after MEPs meet Taiwan president
U.S. warship enters Black Sea amid Russia-NATO row
Putin: Russia must build up defenses in view of NATO moves
International envoy warns of Bosnia breakup amid tensions
Ukraine's defense minister resigns ahead of expected cabinet reshuffle
As migration is rising, so are European border barriers


Iran nuclear talks set to resume in Vienna
Iran says onus on Biden to provide ‘objective guarantees’ on JCPOA
U.S. and Israel likely behind cyberattack, Iran says
Ethiopia declares state of emergency as rivals make way toward capital
U.S. embassy in Ethiopia allows some staff to leave amid deepening conflict
OPEC+ rebuffs U.S. calls for oil output increases
Sudan mediators hit 'hurdles' after coup
U.S. puts new controls on Israeli spyware company NSO Group
Saudis, UAE join Western calls against Sudan coup
Syria says Israeli missile strikes hit targets near Damascus
Israel is set to launch a massive inflatable reconnaissance balloon
Yemen: Houthis close to Marib city after tribe switches sides
Military coups in Africa at highest level since end of colonialism
Ethiopia declares state of emergency as Tigray forces threaten capital


Chinese stock up on staples after government 'just in case' advice
China Snaps Back at Biden Criticising Xi's Absence From COP26
U.S. Marines training Taiwan elite troops in Guam
China has world’s largest navy with 355 ships and counting, says Pentagon
China's nuclear stockpile growing at 'accelerating pace
China: US, allies’ subs in S.China Sea could bring ‘nuke disaster’
China has debated attacking Taiwan-controlled islands
Those left behind in Afghanistan after U.S. withdrawal turn to Islamic State
Taliban bans foreign currencies in Afghanistan
Afghanistan: ‘If You Don’t Have Money, You Have Sisters’

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Travel Security Resources

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The U.S. Dept. of State Travel Website is the authoritative federal source for information on the security situation at travel destinations worldwide. With tensions rapidly increasing in most regions, readers planning international travel, even to such common destinations as Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean Islands, are strongly encouraged to research on the security situation at your destination prior to departure.

Active USGOV Travel Notices
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Other USGOV Travel Resources
Traveler's Checklist
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Travel to High-Risk Areas
Faith-Based Travel Information
Information for Women Travelers
Cruise Ship Passengers
Students Abroad
Your Health Abroad
Driving and Road Safety Abroad

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The Department of State’s Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) provides a variety of resources to enhance the safety and security of the U.S. private sector businesses and organizations operating abroad.


The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website is the authoritative federal source for information on current health issues related to specific destinations worldwide. These issues may arise from disease outbreaks, special events or gatherings, natural disasters, or other conditions that may affect travelers’ health.

Foreign Sources of Travel Guidance

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