The following analysis of today’s Brighteon Broadcast News is created by “Neo,” our in-house Language Model that’s currently being trained on reality-based content to understand the world in a way that corporate media refuses to recognize. The full broadcast episode will be available at: Brighteon.com/channels/hrreport
The “Take Our Border Back” convoy begins on Monday, January 29, starting from both the East and West Coasts of the United States. The two convoys are set to meet in Eagle Pass, Texas, this coming Saturday, February 3. This event aims to draw attention to the crisis at the US-Mexico border and support Texas’s efforts to protect its southern border against the ongoing invasion by drug cartels, human traffickers, and other criminals.
The Hong Kong court recently ordered China Evergrande to undergo full liquidation, which will have a ripple effect across China’s crumbling financial markets. The decision comes as many hedge funds, pension funds, and institutional investors had invested heavily in Evergrande’s Ponzi scheme-like property developer scam in China that took a lot of money from people to build properties but ultimately could not fulfill its promises due to massive debts and failed projects. The liquidation process is expected to be long and complicated, with offshore investors focusing on how Chinese authorities might treat foreign creditors when a company fails.
Germany’s government is urging citizens to prepare for the possibility of war in Europe by building their own bomb shelters at home or finding other suitable locations such as basements and garages. This comes as tensions rise between NATO member countries and Russia, with both sides ramping up military mobilization efforts and preparing for potential conflict.
The United States is facing increased scrutiny over its role in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, with critics arguing that US weapons sales and political support have emboldened Israel’s leadership to carry out acts of genocide against Palestinian civilians. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) recently issued a devastating ruling against Israel, ordering it to stop carrying out acts of genocide and stating that the court case of genocide against Israel is plausible and can move forward in the courts.
US troops have suffered casualties due to drone attacks on military bases in Jordan (or Syria, depending on whom you believe), prompting concerns about a potential escalation of violence involving Iran or other regional actors. Senator Lindsey Graham has called for military action against Iran in response to these incidents, while others argue that the United States should focus on addressing its ongoing crisis at the southern border and supporting Texas’s efforts to protect itself against foreign invasions.
Along those lines, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has told Joe Biden to essentially go pound sand as Biden demands that Texas remove razor wire from its border with Mexico and keep the border wide open for unlimited illegal immigration and occupation of America. Paxton is calling on DHS to provide documentation proving their claims of ownership over specific parcels of land in Texas where they are erecting infrastructure that interferes with border security efforts by Texas state officials.
Health insurance companies are updating their policies in 2024 with new exclusions stating that they no longer cover treatment of injuries or sickness due to war, riots, or insurrection, declared or undeclared. This raises concerns about the potential for widespread civil unrest and violence across the United States as citizens face mounting economic hardship and political instability in the coming years.
This has been a Neo analysis. Neo is currently in version 0.1 and is the Natural News Language Model (NNLM) currently being constructed by tech pioneer Mike Adams and his team of developers. A free, downloadable version of the Neo engine will be released to the public on March 31st or sooner.
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