Ukraine represents globalism and Russia is standing up to them, Israeli politician reveals
Feiglin began his explanation with the disclaimer that he does not support Russian President Vladimir Putin or his actions in Ukraine. But in this particular conflict, he sees the powers supporting Zelensky as more of a threat to Israel.
…simply portraying Putin as ‘the bad guy’ and Zelensky as ‘the good guy’ may be misleading.
Putin stirs US concern that he feels cornered and may lash out
The internal assessment of senior officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, is that Putin’s tendency when boxed in is to escalate rather than back down. Their view is that the Russian leader’s choices could include the blanket bombing of Ukrainian cities or the use of chemical weapons — or even tactical nuclear weapons.
Russian brigade commander killed by his own forces
A Russian brigade commander has been killed by his own forces in another indication of boiling discontent among Russian forces deployed in and around Ukraine, Western officials said. The colonel, commander of the 37th Motor Rifle Brigade, was run over by an armored vehicle and suffered grave injuries to both legs. “The brigade commander was killed by his own troops, we believe, as a consequence of the scale of losses that have been taken by his brigade,” one official said. “We believe that he was killed by his own troops deliberately. We believe that he was run over by his own troops.”
EU negotiators agree new rules to rein in tech giants
EU officials have agreed on landmark rules clamping down on anti-competitive abuses by the world’s largest technology platforms, in a move that will set the standard for leveling the playing field across global digital markets.
Dry winds, parched grasses fueling Texas wildfires, NASA says
Dry winds and drought-stricken grasses are fueling wildfires ravaging Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas this month, according to NASA’s Earth Observatory. Citing the Texas A&M Forest Service, the agency wrote that nearly 180 blazes have burned more than 108,000 acres across Texas in the past week.
Campsites, trails close as wildfires spread inside Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Two wind-driven wildfires within the North Carolina side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park have led to the immediate closure of several trails and campsites. The fires are burning between Deep Creek and Newfound Gap Road.
Solar storm warning: NASA predicts direct Earth hit from ‘fast’ impact– Where will it hit?
The storm is expected to hit Earth sometime on Monday, March 28. A solar storm is a disturbance in particles thrown out by the electromagnetic eruptions of the sun. Large solar storms, in the form of coronal mass ejections, can have devastating effects on the Earth and human infrastructure.
Earliest mention of ‘Yahweh’ found in archaeological dump
The artifact, less than 1 inch in length and width and known as a curse tablet, also recalls the account of Joshua building an altar nearby, which Israeli archaeologist Adam Zertal excavated in the 1980s. The curse tablet was discovered near Mount Ebal, … Stripling found it in a dump site, part of the structure Zertal identified as Joshua’s altar. Stripling said the finding was a confirmation of the biblical account. … the 2-centimeter-square (.78-inch) amulet may be the signature discovery of a lifetime.
Elites In PANIC As DOJ Accidentally Leaks List Of New York Elites Involved In MASSIVE Sex Trafficking Ring
It looks like it wasn’t just Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Apparently there’s an entire industry of “sex cult” perverts serving the elites across the country. The latest one is the Sarah Lawrence sex cult case. The Department of Justice “inadvertently” published a list of 121 clients which included some of New York City’s most respected lawyers, businessmen, and socialites. This is a yet another reminder that those who comprise the establishment system are rapists, liars, and thieves.
Macron warns against escalation after Biden says Putin ‘cannot remain in power’
French President Emmanuel Macron warned against escalation Sunday regarding Ukraine, a day after President Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin was a “butcher” who “cannot remain in power.” “I wouldn’t use this type of wording because I continue to hold discussions with President Putin,” Macron said Sunday during an appearance on France 3 TV channel. “We want to stop the war that Russia has launched in Ukraine without escalation — that’s the objective.”
Reactions to Biden saying Putin ‘cannot remain in power’
“That’s not for Biden to decide,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Reuters. “The president of Russia is elected by Russians.” “This speech – and the passages which concern Russia – is astounding, to use polite words,” Peskov said. “He doesn’t understand that the world is not limited to the United States and most of Europe.”
Nonprofit blasts Supreme Court nominee’s ‘appalling leniency’ in child porn cases
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the nominee in question, completed four days of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. She was grilled by GOP senators over her record of giving light sentences to child porn offenders, an issue Child Protection League Action (CPLA) of Minnesota fights against tirelessly. CPLA said in a statement that “judges like Jackson are deliberately shifting sympathy from the child victim to the criminal.”
Government authorizes five new towns in the Negev
The decision to establish the new towns was made only after extensive staff work was completed, and following the recommendation of the National Council of Planning and Construction. Five rural settlements are now set to be established in the southeastern region of Mevo’ot Arad. In accordance with the recommendation of the National Council, one of the five settlements will be earmarked for the Bedouin population.
Corruption hinders Russia’s attempts to replace losses with old vehicles – Ukraine
Russia is attempting to restore old military equipment held in long-term storage to replace losses suffered during its invasion of Ukraine but it is encountering difficulty in doing so because of corruption and the poor condition of the equipment, the Ukrainian Intelligence Directorate (GUR) said on Saturday. … in cases such as the Russian 4th Tank Division, the conditions of vehicles are such that only one-in-ten “mothballed” units is in working order.
Not the time for referendum to annex separatist regions- Russian official
“I think now is not the right moment,” to hold a referendum for the separatist regions — the Luhansk People’s Republic and the Donetsk People’s Republic — to join the Russian Federation, head of the Duma Committee on Commonwealth of Independent States Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots Leonid Kalashnikov said on Sunday, according to Russia state media outlet TASS.
BBC interviews Ukrainian soldier with Nazi symbol on uniform
the notorious Azov Battalion is a neo-nazi militia that has been incorporated into Ukraine’s national guard. They are on the front lines in the civil war against Russian loyalists in the country’s eastern regions. Bearing the reputation of a cruel force, the Azov battalion is considered the most effective fighters against pro-Russian separatists.
Locust threat to Eastern Cape citrus regions
Locust swarms continue to terrorise Eastern Cape farmers, with billions of the insects now headed for Nelson Mandela Bay.
Saharan dust turns seaside Spanish town brown
Apocalyptic scenes reemerged in Spain as another round of dust left the landscape covered in a rusty hue at the end of last week. In the picturesque seaside town of San José, buildings and cars once vibrant white or colorfully painted were all stained the same shade of brown as the dust tainted everything in sight.
Teen Girls Are Still Getting TikTok-Related Tics—and Other Disorders
Last fall I reported on a phenomenon that doctors around the globe were just beginning to understand: Teen girls were showing up in hospitals and clinics with sudden motor and verbal tics seemingly related to videos they watched on TikTok.
Virtual Insanity: Japanese Startup Makes Electric Shock Bracelet So You Can Experience Pain in the Metaverse
A Japanese startup firm has reportedly developed a wristband that can deliver electric shocks to its wearer so you can experience pain in the metaverse.
The COVID Fight Ahead
March 7, 2022 was a big day in New York City. For the first time in nearly two years, children five and older who attended public schools were allowed to come to school without a mask. Though the narrative in NYC around COVID restrictions for children was still one of fear, there were many parents who had fought desperately—in a variety of ways—for a return to normalcy for their children.
Jim Caviezel Goes Public, Exposes The TRUTH About Adrenochrome and Child Trafficking!
Do you recognize Jim Caviezel? He played Jesus in the Passion of the Christ. And now he’s making another powerful movie, this time to expose the evils of Child Sex Trafficking. He is a man on a mission.
Ukrainian Forces Want to Surrender and Azov Forces Started Shooting At Them – They Are At War With Each Other
US Navy veteran and independent journalist, Patrick Lancaster, has been making regular reports from Ukraine since the beginning of the crisis. His reports reveal that what is happening on the ground is not what Western corporate media would have you believe.
Covid Injection Under the Microscope: A New Zealand Microbiologist Presents His Findings
There are now four teams in New Zealand performing microscopic examinations in an attempt to establish what the so-called Covid vaccines contain and Dr. Robin Wakeling has gone public with his findings. He compares the Comirnaty (Pfizer-BioNTech) Covid injections to other vaccines and discusses the findings with Dr Mark Bailey.
Russian Energy Committee Chair Says Country Will Start Taking Bitcoin as Payment for Energy Exports
Pavel Zavalny, who serves as Chairman of the Russian Energy Committee, has stated that his country will consider taking Bitcoin as payment for energy exports.
EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden Bio Firm Partnered With Ukrainian Researchers ‘Isolating Deadly Pathogens’ Using Funds From Obama’s Defense Department.
A and isolating deadly pathogens in Ukrainian laboratories, receiving funds from the Obama administration’s Department of Defense in the process, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal.
Flashback: Ketanji Brown Jackson Had a Major Hand in ‘Pizzagate’ Trial
In a rather interesting twist to the closely watched nomination of Judge Ketanji Jackson Brown to the U.S. Supreme Court, it turns out that President Joe Biden’s pick for the high court happened to be the judge on a case involving a man who shot up the Washington D.C. pizzeria implicated by “Pizzagate” conspiracy theories.
Justice Kavanagh Joins Liberal Judges In Decision To Side With Pentagon To Deny Religious Rights Of Navy SEALs Only One Day After Ruling To Protect Religious Rights Of Death Row Inmates
For the past two-and-a-half years, Americans have protested lockdowns and COVID restrictions, but things really heated up when the United States government forced Americans to accept an experimental COVID jab as a condition of employment. But when the jobs and benefits of the brave men and women who risk it all to serve our nation were being threatened, and especially when their religious rights were being ignored—Americans were truly stunned.
Heart Issues Detected Months After COVID-19 Vaccination: Study
Heart abnormalities were detected months after COVID-19 vaccination, according to a study.
You’ll Own Nothing and Like It: Apple Is Working on Hardware Subscriptions for iPhonesTech giant Apple is working on turning its iPhone and other products into a subscription-based hardware service sharing some similarities with a car lease.