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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday that it had summoned senior US diplomats and expressed a strong protest in connection with the words of White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan about strikes on the territory of Russia.
On May 21, Sullivan said Washington does not allow Kiev to use Western weapons to strike at the territory of Russia, noting that he does not consider Crimea to be part of it.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The data obtained by the Russian Defense Ministry once again proves that the United States is developing biological weapons on the territory of Ukraine, Lt. Gen. Igor Kirillov, the head of the radiation, chemical and biological defense troops of the Russian armed forces, said on Friday.
"The US defense ministry is actively studying these economically significant infections outside the national territory in biolaboratories located along the borders of its geopolitical opponents. This once again confirms that the United States is developing biological weapons components outside of national jurisdiction, including on the territory of Ukraine," Kirillov told reporters.
No injuries have been reported after two UAVs crashed, Veniamin Kondratyev says
Two drones hit a residential area in the city of Krasnodar in southern Russia, local governor Veniamin Kondratyev has said, confirming earlier media reports.
The UAVs crashed on Morskaya Street in the center of the city, Kondratyev wrote on Telegram on Friday, adding that no injuries have been reported.
“There is damage to buildings, but critical infrastructure remained unharmed,” he stated.
The regional leader said the military is “doing its job” and urged residents to remain calm
A Ukrainian missile was shot down by Russian air defenses over Rostov Oblast, the region’s governor has said. The attack comes amid a wave of attempted strikes on Russian territory in recent weeks, as Kiev is running out of time to launch its much-hyped “spring counteroffensive.”
Rostov Governor Vasily Golubev reported the missile attack in a Telegram post on Thursday, saying at least one projectile was intercepted near the Morozovsk district, located about 255km (158 miles) northeast of the regional capital of Rostov-on-Don.
The “Maidan midwife” confirmed Washington’s role in the conflict at the Kiev Security Forum
The US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland told an audience in Kiev on Thursday that Washington has been helping plan the Ukrainian ‘counteroffensive’ against Russia for almost half a year.
“Even as you plan for the counteroffensive, which we have been working on with you for some 4-5 months, we are already beginning our discussions with [the] Ukrainian government and with friends in Kiev – both on the civilian side and on the military side – about Ukraine’s long-term future,” Nuland told the Kiev Security Forum via video-link from the State Department.
The US and its allies have poured $65 billion of weaponry into the country, according to US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin
The so-called Ukraine Defense Contact Group has committed almost $65 billion in military aid to prop up Kiev in the conflict with Moscow, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has revealed.
The Pentagon boss made the estimate during the 12th meeting of the group, which brings together all 31 NATO nations, as well as a handful of ‘non-aligned’ countries. Washington is “committed to standing with Ukraine for the long haul,” Austin announced.
“Bakhmut will teach you,” a commander reportedly told a soldier who complained he had never held a gun before
Kiev used untrained and poorly equipped troops in the lost battle for the strategic Donbass city of Artyomovsk, which the Ukrainians call Bakhmut, in order to save better units for its planned counteroffensive, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
In an article on Thursday, the US outlet told a story of a group of 16 Ukrainian conscripts, who were crushed by the Russian forces during the fighting in Artyomovsk, in Russia’s Donetsk People’s Republic in February.
Russia on Thursday announced it had scrambled fighter jets to intercept two inbound US strategic bomber planes in order to prevent them from "violating the state border" over the Baltic Sea.
It marks the second such dangerous intercept incident in merely three days. While such incidents over the Black and Baltic seas are not uncommon, it is unusual for more than one encounter to be reported within only a matter of days, suggesting the two super powers are increasingly bumping up against each other in the region amid the unpredictable backdrop of the Ukraine war.
The two ex-Soviet republics have announced an end to their territorial dispute
Yerevan and Baku are ready to end the 30-year dispute over Nagorno Karabakh, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev announced on Thursday in Moscow.
During the meeting of the Eurasian Economic Council, hosted by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the two leaders confirmed that they are prepared to normalize relations on the basis of “mutual recognition of territorial integrity,” in the words of both Aliyev and Pashinyan.
The Iranian military announced the introduction of a new and improved medium-range ballistic missile (MRBM) on Thursday, described as one of the most advanced missiles Iran has ever produced.
The missile is the latest version of the Khoramshahr series of MRBMs, dubbed the Khoramshahr-4 or Kheibar missile.
Halevi further accused Iran of being involved in “everything around us and with everyone who is against us,” including strategy and intelligence.
Tensions between Iran and Israel soared to unprecedented heights on Tuesday as both nations traded threats. Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi, the Israeli military’s chief of staff, stated on Tuesday that if Iran continues to develop its nuclear program, Israel would be left with no choice but to stage a pre-emptive attack.
Since the inception of the Abraham Accords expectations have run high that Saudi Arabia would join.
A flurry of dramatic headlines in recent weeks speculated that a peace agreement between Saudi Arabia and Israel was imminent.
Fueling the speculation, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen told several news outlets over the weekend that normalization with Saudi Arabia could even happen within six months. And Israel’s Channel 12 reported on Monday that Bahraini Foreign Minister Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani facilitated phone calls between Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu in the last few weeks.
Iran Has Quietly Been Enriching Uranium Stockpiles And Now Has Enough To Produce Three Full-Scale Atomic Weapons To Launch Against Israel
There is a growing sense in Israel that Jerusalem is quickly running out of time to prevent Iran from becoming a regional nuclear power.
It has been a little while since we last did an article on anything going on in the terror state of Iran, there really has been that much interesting news coming out of that area. But just as it’s always dangerous when a little kid suddenly ‘gets quiet’, Iran has been quietly going into an uranium enriching frenzy. Right now they have 193 pounds of U-235 enriched to 60 percent, or enough mass to produce three full-scale atomic weapons. And it doesn’t stop there.
Nearly a year ago, I warned in these pages that Israel and Iran were rapidly reaching an inflection point over Tehran’s intent to weaponize its nuclear program. In June 2022, Iran was reported to already have amassed 95 pounds of highly enriched uranium to a 60 percent level — well beyond the amount of mass needed for an atomic weapon, yet still short of the 90 percent enrichment required for an Armageddon-like detonation.
Now, according to a February 2023 official International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report to the United Nations Security Council, Iran has portentously amassed a stockpile of 193 pounds of U-235 enriched to 60 percent, or enough mass to produce three full-scale atomic weapons.
Germany enters recession following economic 'collapse' - and experts predict the situation is only going to get WORSE for Europe's largest economy... as IMF sharply upgrades UK growth forecast
The German economy suffered an unexpected dip in the first quarter of the year, formally putting the country into a recession, new figures show.
Germany's gross domestic product (GDP) fell by 0.3 per cent in the period from January to March, data released on Thursday by the Federal Statistical Office shows.
The figures come as a major blow to Germany's government, which just weeks ago boldly doubled its growth forecast for this year after a feared winter energy crunch failed to materialise.
Earlier this week, JPMorgan confirmed cynical observations that it was almost as if the regional bank crisis was designed to make JPMorgan bigger and billionaire CEO Jamie Dimon even richer, when the bank reveled during its investor day that the failure of First Republic Bank would boost JPM's top line - in this case the Net Interest Income - by at least 3 billion, as the bank generously accepted the bulk of FRC's viable loans while the FDIC was stuck holding on to the toxic (and worthless) leftovers.
According to the paper, women both young and old significantly increase their risk of vaginal bleeding when getting jabbed with mRNA chemicals from Pfizer or Moderna.
One or more shots of the stuff was found to harm females ranging in age from 12 to 74, which just about covers every demographic for which the shots were authorized and approved.
Aaron Siri tweeted a summary of donations made by Pfizer in 2021 to American universities, hospitals, medical associations, cancer organisations and medical organisations. “Pfizer donations to [those] organisations in 2021, of course, had no influence on those organisations’ Covid-19 vaccine guidance,” he tweeted with maybe more than a hint of sarcasm.
Pfizer publishes a list of grants that have been awarded. At the very bottom of its ‘Statement on Transparency in Grants’ page, Pfizer links to a list of funds awarded for Q1-Q2 of the 2021 financial year (“FY”). This page is found under the “responsibility” section of Pfizer’s website. However, the Q1-Q2 report linked under “responsibility” is not the latest.
Killing has now become a ‘business’ at a Quebec funeral home offering space to carry out euthanasia for a minimum fee of $700.
(LifeSiteNews) – The head of a prominent anti-euthanasia group said “killing” has now become a “business” in Canada after blasting a recent report about a Quebec funeral home charging $700 for patients to partake in government-sanctioned, doctor-led suicide in a private “room.”
Complexe funeraire Haut-Richelieu owner Mathieu Baker, as per a CBC report, said his service, which includes the use of his facilities for a doctor to perform euthanasia or Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD), is a “first in Quebec.” He added that it is a “very personal act that should be respected and done properly.”
Pentagon CIO takes over all 5G-related military activities, expansion of 5G pilot programs amid privacy concerns
(Natural News) The Department of Defense (DoD)’s Chief Information Office (CIO) has announced that it would take over all 5G-related activities in the U.S. military and any expansion of 5G pilot programs.
John Sherman, DoD chief information officer and former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), made the announcement. He added that the CIO under him will assume this capacity on Oct. 1, 2023. According to Sherman, he has already been working on this area with the office of the DoD’s under secretary of defense for research and engineering (USDRE).
Another attack on the food supply? USDA detects “atypical” case of mad cow disease in South Carolina
(Natural News) The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Friday, May 19, that an atypical case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as the mad cow disease, has been detected in South Carolina (SC) – the seventh detection of BSE in the United States since 2003.
“This animal never entered slaughter channels and at no time presented a risk to the food supply or to human health in the United States. Given the United States’ negligible risk status for BSE, we do not expect any trade impacts as a result of this finding,” the federal agency said in a statement.
Popocatepetl, which means “smoking mountain” in the native Mexican Nahuatl language, is a nearly 18,000-feet high volcano with more than 1,000-foot-wide crater at its summit. It is Mexico’s largest active volcano and it crosses the borders of the central Mexican states of Puebla, Morelos and the State of Mexico. Approximately 25 million people live within a 60-mile radius of Popocatepetl, which is just 45 miles southeast of Mexico City and its more than nine million inhabitants. (Relates: Is volcanic sulfur dioxide causing global crop failures? Listen in as David DuByne explains the threat to the food supply.)
Transgender ‘mother’ appears to feed newborn baby with milky substance he claims secreted from his nipples after taking hormones
Trans TikTok user nominal.naomi, who announced on the viral video site that he had begun taking drugs for the purpose of inducing lactation, had posted a new video of himself caring for a baby, and feeding that baby with a bottle filled with what he claims to be "breast milk."
Nominal naomi referred to this as a "cow achievement," and claimed to TikTok viewers that he was "going to be a mother," that it was "in the works."
Target said this year’s Pride collection led to an increase in confrontations between customers and employees and incidents of Pride merchandise being thrown on the floor.
In messages on the website and Etsy store for Abprallen, Carnell said the volume of orders was such that he had to temporarily stop taking new orders.
“Your support during this extremely difficult time means more than I can express,” Carnell wrote on the brand’s Etsy page, which advertises “Accessories for the loud, proud, and colorful”. Abprallen, which means “ricochet” in German, is Carnell’s favorite word.
We're getting word that the United States is now actively considering a brand new military base in Iraq, specifically in the oil rich regions. According to sources this morning, the media suggesting that the United States chose Al Jazeera area to construct its military base due to its large oil and gas fields, according to these sources.