Governor Whitmer Is Already Taking Extreme Measures Against Bird Flu

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  • Israel launches its long-awaited ground operation in Rafah, but is the Biden regime helping or hurting the effort?
  • Palestinian officials are planning to use a legal loophole in United Nations procedures to gain nearly all the benefits of full membership in the General Assembly. Is this a backdoor path to statehood? We’ll break it down.
  • Michigan’s Democrat governor goes all out to contain bird flu with draconian new rules affecting farms big and small.
  • There’s a new documentary on lab-grown meat that you will definitely want to watch before ingesting any of the globalists’ fake protein.
  • A 14-year-old boy gets beheaded on the streets of London.
  • And Apple is out with a new ad for its iPad Pro that has viewers both puzzled and horrified.

All these stories and more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!


Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report.

Despite the Biden administration repeatedly warning Israeli leadership in public against a full-scale Rafah invasion, Joe Biden actually greenlighted the IDF’s takeover of the Rafah border crossing, Axios has revealed. The report comes amid questions over whether Netanyahu has crossed Biden’s so-called red line on Rafah.

The report insists that Israel hasn’t crossed that line, so long as the scope of the operation remains limited and does not result in mass civilian displacement and humanitarian catastrophe. Speaking of the Biden-Netanyahu phone call on Monday, a senior Israeli official told Axios, “Biden didn’t pull the hand brake on the capture of the Rafah crossing during the call.” 

So far the IDF has focused on airstrikes and limited ground incursions in the city’s east, after dropping thousands of leaflets telling civilians to exit the area.

However, the U.S. administration has taken the unprecedented step of withholding ammo and bomb shipments to Israel in order to send a “message.”

An Israeli Haaretz report issued Tuesday has further revealed that there was actually some level of cooperation and coordination with Washington on an IDF tank unit’s takeover of Rafah crossing. This was reportedly to ensure no weapons for Hamas can pass into the Strip via the large crossing.

The U.S., Israel, and Egypt have agreed that a private American security firm will take control of Rafah Crossing and oversee it. As of Wednesday, the IDF has announced it reopened the crossing, and it is retaining full control for now.

Haaretz wrote that “State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said on Wednesday that he is not aware of Israel agreeing to transfer control of the crossing.”

This is also to exert leverage in negotiations. 

Haaretz noted that “Israel believes that Hamas’ loss of control over the Rafah crossing would be a significant setback for the group. It will not be able to collect taxes imposed on trucks and goods and will no longer be able to bring in weapons and other items banned from entering Gaza.”


Breitbart reports that Palestinian officials are planning to use a legal loophole in United Nations procedures to gain almost all the benefits of full membership in the General Assembly as they propose a resolution for territory status with full state rights, circumventing a Security Council veto after being blocked by the United States.

If passed, the resolution would lead to significant reductions in United States funding for the U.N., as required by American law.

In a renewed push for international recognition, the Palestinian leadership is steering a new strategy following the United States’ veto of their bid for full statehood at the U.N. Security Council. They are now proposing a resolution to the U.N. General Assembly, seeking to be recognized as a territory, a status that would afford them rights and privileges similar to those of a sovereign state, including the right to vote on U.N. matters. 

The proposed status, which bypasses the need for Security Council approval and thereby circumvents any potential vetoes, follows the recent U.S. rejection of a U.N. proposal to recognize “Palestine” as a member state. While granting Palestinians state rights, the move would also raise concerns about setting precedents for other territories.


Remember in the early phases of Covid in the spring, summer and fall of 2020, one of the most power-hungry governors who immediately implemented some of the most draconian and non-sensical pandemic measures was Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

So it should not be surprising that it is Whitmer’s administration that is already taking extreme measures against bird flu.

Whitmer’s administration has declared an “extraordinary animal health emergency” and imposed “the most comprehensive measures in the country” to combat highly pathogenic avian influenza.

The Midwesterner reports that Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Director Tim Boring said in a statement last week:

“Producers must immediately implement robust biosecurity practices and create emergency preparedness plans and this order starts to address these on-farm risks.”

“Implementing these measures must be the highest priority for every farm and agriculture worker. Working together, we can combat HPAI and reduce the long-term impacts on our dynamic food and agriculture industry.”

The “Determination of Extraordinary Emergency, HPAI Risk Reduction Response Order” signed by Boring on Wednesday imposes a series of biosecurity practices on all Michigan dairy farms and commercial poultry operations.

Those measures include a biosecurity manager for every farm, a secure perimeter around poultry, cleaning and disinfection for people and vehicles, a log of all people and vehicles that enter every farm, isolation of lactating cows until 30 days after the last HPAI case, and isolation of poultry “until such a time there are no new cases of HPAI in domestic poultry in the State of Michigan for at least 30 consecutive days.”

Boring told Bridge Michigan:

“This is an active and ongoing threat to both dairy and poultry operations across the state.”


The documentary “Beyond Impossible — The Truth Behind the Fake Meat Industry” shows the dark side of lab-grown and cultured meats, arguing that they lack essential nutrients found in natural meats, including specific amino acids that are crucial for muscle maintenance and overall health.

The documentary shows that lab-grown meat, like all ultra-processed foods, could pose significant health risks, challenging the perceived benefits of these meat alternatives.

And, like all of the alternatives being pushed by the globalists under the guise of so-called sustainability, studies show that meat alternatives have far greater greenhouse gas emissions than traditional livestock practices, The Defender reports.

The outlet says that evidence supports regenerative farming methods as far more beneficial for the environment compared to the industrial farming methods upon which ultra-processed meat alternatives rely.

The documentary critiques current global policies that push for meat alternatives, suggesting a broader agenda is at play — one that may compromise food security and individual health through increased reliance on ultra-processed food.

And of course, we all know what that agenda is. It’s no longer hidden for those willing to do the research into those pushing for fake meat, insect protein, electric cars, solar farms and wind farms. It’s all about controlling people. 


Breitbart reports that a dual Spanish-Brazilian national charged with murdering a 14-year-old boy in northeast London “largely decapitated” his victim during the sword attack, a court has heard.


Marcus Arduini Monzo, 36, allegedly attacked 14-year-old Daniel Anjorin as he walked to school on April 30 by running up behind him and slashing his neck and chest with a samurai sword.

The teenager, who was a pupil at a local independent school, died as a result of “sharp force trauma” to the head and was “largely decapitated” in the attack, the court heard.

Four other people – including two police officers – were seriously injured in separate attacks, all within 20 minutes.

The charges facing the defendant began when a van was deliberately driven at a member of the public who was knocked into a garden, the Daily Telegraph reports. The report continues:

“The defendant then gets out of the van with a sword. The victim says ‘I don’t know you,’ the defendant says ‘I don’t care, I will kill you’ and then attacks him with the sword.”

Shortly after that, Daniel Anjorin was walking to school and was attacked from behind with a sword to the neck and head.

The defendant was then accused of attacking a paramedic before breaking into the home of a stranger and attacking a man in his bedroom in front of his wife and baby.

Monzo is further accused of attacking two police officers before he was Tasered and arrested.

His plea hearing is scheduled for July 23.


Slay News reports that officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention scrambled to cover up a study that revealed two teenage boys died suddenly shortly after receiving Covid mRNA shots.

In a study published on February 14, 2022, experts revealed that the two teens both suffered unexpected fatal heart failure after being injected with the mRNA shots.

The study was the first to detail examinations of American children who died of heart failure after COVID-19 vaccination.

However, the study’s paper set off a firestorm within the CDC that led to attempts by agency officials to overrule the medical examiners who examined the boys, internal emails have revealed.

Within hours of the study being published, federal officials scrambled to respond.

Internal CDC emails show officials were worried the paper would harm their efforts to promote the Covid injections to the public.

Dr. Sarah Reagan-Steiner, a medical officer at the CDC, wrote in a February 17, 2022 email:

“This is important because this report has significant implications for CDC and FDA’s vaccine safety and policy discussions.”

The CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration have repeatedly promoted mass COVID-19 vaccinations as “safe and effective.”

The federal agencies have downplayed both confirmed side effects and possible side effects, ignoring the threat to public safety.

Another CDC official claimed that not including CDC scientists as co-authors of the paper called into question the ethics of the experts who wrote it.

The agency rapidly submitted a rebuttal to the journal that published the study.

The internal emails were obtained by The Epoch Times through Freedom of Information Act requests.


Can pediatricians afford to run their medical practices without the generous kickbacks they receive for vaccinating every child?

Dr. Paul Thomas, a Dartmouth-trained pediatrician, discussed this dilemma during an April 16 interview with Polly Tommey on Children’s Health Defense’s “Vax-Unvax: The People’s Study” bus tour.

Thomas, who ran a general pediatrics practice with 15,000 patients and 33 staff members, said:

“You cannot stay in business if you’re not giving pretty close to the CDC [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] [childhood vaccine] schedule.”

Thomas, author of The Vaccine-Friendly Plan: Dr. Paul’s Safe and Effective Approach to Immunity and Health-from Pregnancy Through Your Child’s Teen Years, gave parents in his practice a choice: vaccinate their children on the CDC schedule, vaccinate more slowly by waiting for the child’s immune system to develop or not vaccinate at all.

As more patients refused vaccines, Thomas began to notice the financial impact on his practice.

He and his staff conducted a thorough analysis of their billing records, examining the income generated from vaccine administration fees, markups and quality bonuses tied to vaccination rates.

The results shocked him. “We were losing … over a million dollars in vaccines that were refused.”

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He explained that pediatric practices heavily rely on vaccine income to stay afloat, with overhead costs running as high as 80%.

He told Tommey, “It is very expensive to run a pediatric office. You need multiple nurses, multiple receptionists, multiple billing people and medical records — it’s a huge operation.”

The dirty little secret that most pediatricians will never tell you? Vaccines pay the bills.


After settling a $45 million lawsuit for overcharging customers, Walmart is now forced to compensate shoppers with payments of up to $500 each.

The class-action lawsuit was filed in Florida after shoppers accused the retail giant of overcharging.

The company was accused of overcharging for certain pay-by-weight items, such as fresh produce.

The settlement class includes those who bought weighted goods or bagged citrus in person at a Walmart in the United States between October 18, 2018, and January 19, 2024.

The maximum amount Walmart will pay each customer is $500.

Claim forms can be filed online or mailed in by June 5.

However, shoppers must file a claim in order to receive a payment.

The lawsuit stated Walmart “falsely inflates the product weight” and overcharges shoppers.

The weighted goods that are eligible include meat, poultry, pork, and seafood products, as well as organic oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, and navel oranges sold in bulk in mesh or plastic bags.


Amid continuous and what seems like weekly turmoil at Boeing, which includes another whistleblower's death, new probes by the Federal Aviation Administration, and a series of mid-air mishaps with various Boeing planes, a 787 cargo plane in Turkey suffered a landing gear malfunction, resulting in the plane landing on its nose. 

Daily Mail reports the Boeing 767 cargo plane took off from Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport Wednesday morning, May 8, and was headed to Istanbul when the pilot realized a malfunction. 

Dramatic footage has been posted on X, showing the pilot landing on the main landing gear and keeping the nose of the plane up as long as possible because of the malfunctioning front landing gear.



Boeing commercial jets aren’t the only ones suffering from poor quality, leading to dangerous accidents.

The U.S. military is also having a tough time keeping aircraft operationally safe. reports that an Army AH-64 Apache crash at Fort Riley, Kansas, on Tuesday left two pilots injured, marking yet another aviation incident in a string of crashes for the service.

The pair of soldiers with the 1st Infantry Division's Combat Aviation Brigade were being treated for injuries after the crash, which occurred during gunnery training, according to a spokesperson for the installation. It's unclear what caused the crash, and officials are investigating the incident. reports that the Army has been plagued by a seemingly constant string of helicopter incidents, particularly among Apache and Black Hawk helicopters. Last year, the service saw 10 incidents, including 14 fatalities -- far outpacing deaths occurring in combat operations abroad.

Army aircraft have been grounded twice since the spring of last year -- once service-wide after nine soldiers died in April 2023 in a crash that involved two Black Hawk helicopters out of Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

That incident marked one of the deadliest training mishaps in Army history. Later that month, three 11th Airborne Division soldiers died when two Apaches collided.

Last year's incidents also include a November crash in which five Army special operations soldiers died in a Black Hawk crash in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Cyprus.

As frequent as last year's crashes were, incident rates with Army aviation so far this year are roughly three times that compared to last year, according to data provided by the service.

The incidents have been partly attributed to pilots flying less with the winding down of the post-9/11 wars. Since 2012, flight hours across the Army's top three helicopter platforms have dipped dramatically, according to data provided by the Army.

Flight time with the Apache dropped the most -- about 50%. Chinook pilots have 36% less time in the air, and the Black Hawk, the service's premier workhorse, is flying 25% less.


Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.

There’s an interesting article in the Western Journal this week about the new Apple iPad.

It starts off by saying, “Dystopia, thy name is Apple. Or at least, that seemed to be the motivating principle behind the company’s deeply unsettling new ad.”

As initially shared by Apple CEO Tim Cook on the social media platform X, the ad for the new iPad Pro has been generating much well-deserved backlash all across social media.


It becomes clear about halfway through the ad that whatever Apple is promoting here is a very destructive force. All the familiar items shown, things like record albums, paintings, musical instruments and writings, had actually been placed into a giant hydraulic press.

That press descended towards this disparate collection of materials, first crushing a trumpet, then the arcade cabinet the trumpet was perched upon, crushing all these items into one homogeneous glop.

And the imagery only got more intense from there. 

Of course, this ad makes a statement that is open to interpretation. But here’s what I think is going on. My take is that Apple is trying to make the point that AI-driven technology is about to crush everything human that gets in its way. All human work. All human creativity. And eventually all human free will. Like it or not. Its power is coming not like a sudden flood, but more methodically, like a giant press, and it will be bone crushing and merciless. And Apple is saying, “Let’s get on with it.” No apologies. They’re proud of the chaos they and others like them are planning to wreak on mankind.

It makes you wonder if these tech companies are nihilistic at their core. Or maybe worse. Luciferian?

That does it for this edition of the Worldview Report. Thanks for watching and supporting this viewer-supported broadcast. Until next time…

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