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September 23 2022
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Voters have five days to have their say
Referendums on officially becoming Russian territories have begun in the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk and the Russian-controlled parts of southern Ukraine.
The votes will take place from today until Tuesday next week. Preliminary results are expected to be released by Wednesday.
Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday that any weapons in Moscow's arsenal, including strategic nuclear weapons, could be used to defend territories incorporated in Russia from Ukraine.
Medvedev, deputy chairman of Russia's Security Council, said that referenda being organized by Russian-installed and separatist authorities in large swathes of Russian-occupied Ukrainian territory will take place, and that "there is no going back."
The Defense Ministry says certain skilled IT, media, and finance workers will not be called up
Russia’s partial mobilization of military reservists, announced by President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, will not apply to some skilled workers. Waivers will be granted to people with a post-secondary degree, who work in information technology, telecommunications, mass media, and finance, the Defense Ministry announced on Friday.
Organizations whose workers qualify will need to send lists of their employees to the Russian General Staff to ensure that they are not called up for service.
An EU spokeswoman for the European Commission said Thursday that the bloc should give asylum to Russians fleeing the mobilization order, but the EU’s members are not on the same page.
Anita Hipper, an EU spokeswoman for migration, said that the situation is "unprecedented" and said work was ongoing between EU members to find a common approach.
During remarks on Wednesday, the civilian head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) slammed China as a "challenge" to the alliance. In an interview with Reuters, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Beijing’s support for the war in Ukraine, its opposition to NATO expansion, and its territorial claims justify the alliance assigning China this label.
Largely in response to Washington’s increasing hostility, Moscow and Beijing have strengthened their ties for well over a decade. Prior to the invasion of Ukraine, China and Russia carried out several rounds of military exercises.
"Up until the last moment, until the start of Russia’s special military operation, it wasn’t fully clear how dangerous the activities of these laboratories were," Konstantin Kosachev stressed
MOSCOW, September 22. /TASS/. Konstantin Kosachev, deputy speaker of the Federation Council, on Thursday said the Pentagon-run biolabs in Ukraine are pursuing military goals, proven by irrefutable evidence.
The Russian Jewish community is hurriedly leaving amid threat of military draft and protests; Cabinet to discuss steps in preparation; ticket prices from Moscow to Israel jump to NIS 23,000 while one-way cost to other destinations in the thousands of dollars
The government will on Thursday, discuss steps that must be taken to prepare for a possible influx of Jews from Russia after President Vladimir Putin announced a draft to bolster troops fighting in Ukraine.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss told Israeli counterpart Yair Lapid on Wednesday that she is considering moving the British embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
A British government spokeswoman said Truss had told Lapid “about her review of the current location of the British Embassy in Israel.”
First nuclear reactor in Belgium will be shut down today despite high power prices due to a law on nuclear phase-out.
The increase will apply to all FedEx services except for its less-than-truckload service, FedEx Freight. Increases there will range between 6.9% and 7.9%, depending on the customer’s transportation rate scale, the company said.
Typically, FedEx raises its annual tariff rates between 4.9% and 5.9%. Analysts were expecting a 2023 GRI increase of 6% or more to offset the impact of cost inflation.
High input prices continue to be a pain point for farmers planning their 2023 crop needs, and nitrogen prices are now seeing a resurgence heading into fall. Experts say the price of natural gas isn’t the only driver fueling the market as farmers look to book their fall needs.
Nitrogen prices averted a major disaster on Friday when rail companies and rail unions reached a tentative agreement and avoided a possible strike. Even with the positive news, this chart from StoneX Group shows prices are climbing back toward the highs producers saw last spring.
A lackluster U.S. harvest this year is setting back efforts to relieve a global food supply that has been constrained by Russia’s war in Ukraine, agriculture-industry executives said.
Senior executives from companies such as Bayer AG, Corteva Inc., Archer Daniels Midland Co. and Bunge Ltd. said worldwide crop supplies remain tight, and some said at least two more years of good harvests in North and South America are needed to ease the pressure. Persistent drought conditions in the U.S. and agricultural countries in South America, along with uncertainty over crop production in Ukraine, are making that harder, they said.
UK spends 10 Days mourning death of 1 person but remains silent over 607k deaths following COVID Vaccination
How can it be that the UK recently spent 10 days officially mourning the death of one person, Queen Elizabeth II, with the mainstream media providing 24/7 media coverage of the Royal Family, but both the UK and the mainstream media remain silent over the deaths of 607,000 people in England following Covid-19 vaccination?
Official UK Government figures on deaths following Covid-19 vaccination reveal that by the end of May 2022, 1 in every 482 Covid-19 vaccinated people in England had sadly died within one month of Covid-19 vaccination, 1 in every 246 Covid-19 vaccinated people in England had sadly died within 60 days of Covid-19 vaccination, and 1 in every 73 Covid-19 vaccinated people were dead.
"What They Want To Do To You With Vaccines" - Old Footage from 1995
More case reports where the patient was given dose #2 despite suffering an SAE following dose #1
The coverup puts similar people at risk of death!
(Natural News) The Plum Island Animal Disease Center – located a mile off Long Island, New York – is the center of controversy in regards to the development and release of Lyme disease, among other known infectious diseases that could escape from the lab and transmit between animals and humans.
This biolab has been used by the US government for several decades to develop defensive strategies to protect against foreign animal diseases that could be accidentally or intentionally introduced into US livestock.
MADRID, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) has suspended the construction of new warehouses in Spain until 2024, Spanish news website El Confidencial said on Monday, citing unidentified company sources.
El Confidencial said the U.S. e-commerce giant told its providers and partners to "wait and see" as pandemic-driven online shopping has slowed down.
“If you can move every human into a digital concentration camp, empty their bank account any time you want, and tell them what they can and cannot spend money on, you've got complete control."
Left-wing media outlets around the world have begun criticizing Canada's assisted suicide laws as citizens turn to euthanasia to escape poverty.
(LifeSiteNews) — Over the past two years, Canada’s euthanasia regime has gone from a hidden horror show to an internationally recognized horror show. The global headlines have been both brutal and damning.
From a Latin American news outlet: “Canadians Turn to Euthanasia as Solution to Unbearable Poverty.” From the staunchly left-wing Guardian: “Are Canadians being driven to assisted suicide by poverty or healthcare crisis?” From the Associated Press: “‘Disturbing’: Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws.”