“Cowardice asks the question - is it safe? Expediency asks the question - is it politic? Vanity asks the question - is it popular? But conscience asks the question - is it right? And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular; but one must take it because it is right.” -- Martin Luther King, Jr.




CDC advisors have voted to recommend Pfizer’s COVID-19 shot for young children who are more likely to die from car accidents, homicides, drowning, influenza/pneumonia, or even fires than to die from COVID-19. Non-COVID causes of deaths (2019): https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/nvsr/nvsr70/nvsr70-08-508.pdf COVID deaths (2020): http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/pdfs/mm7014e1-H.pdf



Australian police have been caught on camera forcibly removing a baby boy from his mother while she was in the middle of breastfeeding him.

The 8-month-old "gumnut" baby was taken from his family, who are believed to live in a commune in bushland near Byron Bay in NSW, last week.

A "gumnut" is reference to a book by May Gibbs about babies who live in the bush.

The confronting footage taken last week shows the topless mother clutching her little boy to her chest as she pleads with police to leave her alone.

"This is not right, this is my baby. Please don't take him," she repeatedly says.

"This is against human rights. Don't do this to him.

"I will not have you take my baby. I birthed this child. He will drink my milk," the mother is heard saying.

According to his mother, she was told that after his arrest, “he cried and told them, ‘I killed him. I killed him.'”

Ulloa is charged with second-degree murder and is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday.

At one point, a police officer tells the mother: "It's not going to end any differently at the moment so the best thing for you is to listen.

"I've got concerns for the safety of your baby," the police officer continues, to which the mother is heard saying, "no, no".

During the video, the mother asks the police officer to let go of her baby, to which the officer refused.

Others can be heard accusing police of hurting the baby by squeezing him during the incident.

NSW Police officers, as well as Family and Community Services can be seen speaking to the mother telling her to hand her baby over before they forcibly remove him from her arms.

Family and friends claim that the mother had adopted an "outdoor lifestyle" and wanted to raise her child away from "harmful chemicals and toxins".

While her lifestyle might be controversial to some, those who know the woman say she's a "great mother doing what she thinks is best for her baby".

Later in the video, the distressed mother is seen being held back by officers as her baby boy cries.

Authorities are then seen taking the baby away before the video ends.

NSW's Family and Community Services cannot comment on individual matters, but a spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia the department "takes concerns about children's safety and wellbeing extremely seriously".

"At times, however, the public's concern is at odds with our statutory requirement to protect privacy," the statement said.

The couple do not support vaccinations and live an entirely "organic lifestyle" in a remote commune near Byron Bay, Daily Mail reported.

The baby's father has since expressed concern for his son's welfare while being cared for by authorities.

He said he was particulary worried about the chemicals in which his baby is being bathed in and the thought of him sleeping alone.

"He sleeps in between [his mother] and I ... Never by himself. When he wakes up at night, mumma is right there with her breast," Daily Mail reported the father as saying.

"He never cries, is always smiling and laughing. We don't know when he will return but we hope to be reunited soon."

A fundraising page has been set up to support the family.

On it, it says: "As Mothers, Fathers, Aunties, Uncles and Grandparents we can feel the trauma this separation is causing to our family," a statement from the parents says on the fundraiser.

"We eat and live an organic lifestyle and love spending our time in nature, swimming and having fun."

The baby's parents tell of how they wash him with "fresh fluoride chlorine chemical-free water from the sky" and how those with him now are most likely "using artificial perfume and bathing him in chems".

The parents, who cannot be identified, also accuse authorities of unlawful action and claim they have not been informed of the child's whereabouts.

"The money raised from this fund will go towards rescuing our son and bringing him home in our arms, where he belongs," the parents said.

The exact reasons why the baby was removed from the mother's care are unclear.


Distressing moment police forcibly remove a baby from its mum's arms caught on camera.



A 24-year-old Honduran immigrant who’s charged with murder in the brutal stabbing death of a Florida man had crossed the US border illegally months earlier while posing as an unaccompanied minor, an investigation by The Post found.

Yery Noel Medina Ulloa was busted Oct. 7 in Jacksonville when he was found covered in blood after allegedly killing Francisco Javier Cuellar, 46, a father of four who had taken in the immigrant who told authorities he was 17.

Police said they followed a trail of blood back to the victim’s home and arrested Ulloa, placing him in a juvenile detention facility.

It wasn’t until Oct. 13 that authorities learned his real identity — and his true age.

Ulloa, who turned 24 on Friday, had duped border authorities in Texas several months earlier by claiming he was a teenager named Reynel Alexander Hernandez — and even told his mom about the ruse.

“When he entered [the US] he told me, ‘Mommy, I didn’t go in with my name,'” his mother, Wendy Florencia Ulloa, told the Spanish-language Univision network. “‘I went in with the name of another person because right there at the shelter they helped me.”

In keeping with President Joe Biden’s border policy on unaccompanied minors crossing the US border, Ulloa wasn’t turned away but instead placed in a shelter.

He was then given a “Notice to Appear” and released, officials told The Post.

Eventually, Cuellar took Ulloa to his Jacksonville home.

“‘Mommy, he is my uncle Frank,'” his mother said he told her on the phone. Ulloa and Cuellar are not related, despite Ulloa’s use of the moniker. “‘I live with him. But don’t worry. He treats me like a son.'”

It is unclear how Ulloa ended up in Florida after being detained in Texas — nor whether he was transported by way of the Biden administration’s secret flights to resettle underage immigrants, revealed in an exclusive expose by The Post last month.

Routes for the flights included from Texas to Jacksonville, the report noted.

Officials at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Border Patrol and Office of Refugee Resettlement did not immediately respond to inquiries about how Ulloa wound up in Florida.

An ICE spokesman confirmed that Ulloa was detained on Oct. 13, but that the agency was not involved.

Cuellar’s daughter, Marycarman, 18, said she knew little about the man now charged with her father’s caught-on-video slaying — but believes he was on one of the flights.

“My dad told me one day he was going to the airport, and then this guy came out of nowhere and was at work the next day,” she told The Post. “I didn’t really ask questions.”

“My dad seemed like he was doing a favor for somebody because where [Ulloa] came from they are super poor,” she said in a phone interview.

“We feel that someone asked my dad to do it,” she said. “My dad was really compassionate like that, he would help someone who needed it.”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is already suing the Biden administration over its “catch and release” policy — and sources confirmed Tuesday that his office is also investigating if Ulloa arrived in Jacksonville on one of the clandestine flights.

“This horrific crime is the latest example of how unfettered illegal migration costs Floridians’ lives,” DeSantis’ office told The Post.

“If not for the Biden Administration’s unlawful ‘catch and release’ policy, Mr. Cuellar would still be alive today. 

“Governor DeSantis is committed to doing everything in his power to keep Floridians safe. But as long as the Biden Administration persists in refusing to enforce our country’s immigration laws, Americans are at needless risk. 

“How many more lives will be lost before the Biden Administration decides to uphold the law?”

Ulloa had been found wandering near a lake covered in blood, a trail of blood leading to Cuellar’s body in his living room, the arrest warrant showed. 

Home security cameras showed him “stabbing the victim numerous times and repeatedly hitting him with a chair,” the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office warrant said.

He called a friend to confess and even texted “that he had ‘killed Uncle Francisco,'” the warrant said.

According to his mother, she was told that after his arrest, “he cried and told them, ‘I killed him. I killed him.'”

Ulloa is charged with second-degree murder and is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday.


A 24-year-old Honduran immigrant who’s charged with murder in the brutal stabbing death of a Florida man had crossed the US border illegally months earlier while posing as an unaccompanied mi…




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