Climate Activists

Vandals must face the full brunt of the law.

Climate Activists
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Climate Activists Attack 400-Year-Old Painting with Hammers | National Review
The vandals targeted the painting Rokeby Venus by Diego Velázquez, which hangs in the London National Gallery.


Scott Hargreaves Discussing How Energy Security is National Security On Credlin
On 1 November, IPA Executive Director Scott Hargreaves joined Rita Panahi on Sky News’ Credlin from the ARC Conference in London to discuss energy security and its importance to national security.
‘A handsome boy from Australia’, an invite for the president and a refusal to budge on some issues: The key takeaways from Albanese’s China visit
Anthony Albanese is wrapping up in China after a whirlwind three-day trip aimed at stabilising ties between the two countries. From an invite to Australia to symbolism and plenty of talk about friendship, these are the key takeaways from the visit.


IRS Launches Audit Into Organization That Helped Tank Biden’s Nominees
The American Accountability Foundation is being investigated by the IRS, which comes after the organization reported on Biden’s nominees.
Zelensky: Election Are Not Appropriate at this Time | The Libertarian Institute
President Volodymyr Zelensky explained that he is opposed to holding elections in 2024. The Ukrainian leader claimed his government would be unable to hold elections due to the ongoing war. Zelensky was elected to a five-year term in March of 2019, and Kiev is due to hold elections next year.…
French Parliament Begins Debate on Bill to Increase Deportations
Senators in France started debating a bill Monday that is intended to toughen the country’s immigration laws.

Business, Finance & Investment

To Succeed, Intrinsic Rewards Must Dominate Extrinsic Rewards
If you want to succeed long-term, make sure you are working mostly for intrinsic rewards not extrinsic rewards. I believe the right balance for success is to have >70% intrinsic motivation and <30% extrinsic motivation. If most of the reason why you are doing something is due to extrinsic motivation…
China is hoarding the world’s gold
China is the world’s largest producer of the precious metal, but of late its central bank has been buying up large quantities. So what is it doing with it?


Just Stop Oil: the locusts of politics | The Spectator Australia
Swarms of attention-seeking activists with nothing to contribute to the world except grandstanding, vandalism, and inconvenience are back to their usual tricks. With the whole of London on edge…
A Generation of Misguided Policy in Israel
A Generation of Misguided Policy in Israel. By Michael Ben-Gad, who served in the IDF Armoured Corps from 1982 through 1985. Israel was not founded by religious Jews. The early Zionists were secula…
The Real Scandal: Covid Inquiry’s Failure ⋆ Brownstone Institute
The real Covid scandal is emerging right in front of the inquiry’s nose, writes Fraser Nelson in the Telegraph.

Crypto & Blockchain

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Ethereum Under Siege? Investigator Claims Chinese Entities Stealthily Command The Blockchain
Regarding Ethereum, a new chapter of concern has recently been penned by Truth Labs, a crypto investigation entity renowned for its in-depth…


Questions Linger About Matthew Perry’s Mysterious Death
The late Friends actor Matthew Perry died at the age of 54 on October 28, but there are big questions surrounding the “accidental drowning” narrative that has been put forth involving Perry’s hot tub. Perry’s official cause of death is “deferred” until a toxicology report figures out if anything sig…

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