Permalink Attemps to infringe upon Crimea could lead to WWIII: Former Russian President Medvedev

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that any attempt to infringe upon Crimea by a NATO country would mean a declaration of war on Russia, which could lead to World War III, agencies quoted him as saying.

Russia will be strengthening its border if Finland and Sweden join NATO, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said, according to the agencies. Medvedev also added that any attempt to infringe upon Crimea by a NATO country would mean a declaration of war on Russia, which could lead to World War III, agencies quoted him as saying.

💬 "For us, Crimea is a part of Russia. And that means forever. Any attempt to encroach on Crimea is a declaration of war against our country," Medvedev told the news website Argumenty i Fakty. "And if this is done by a NATO member-state, this means conflict with the entire North Atlantic alliance; a World War Three. A complete catastrophe."

Attack on Crimea could spark WW3 – Medvedev (RT.com)

Permalink UK Economy Getting Crushed A Price “Worth Paying” For Freedom In Ukraine: Johnson

To nobody’s shock or surprise, and in a message that echoes previous statements from Biden, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said while attending the G7 summit in Germany it’s a price “worth paying.”

💬 “In terms of staying the course, imagine if you didn’t,” the prime minister said in comments made to BBC. He stressed that if Putin should get away with achieving “violent acquisition of huge chunks” of another country, then “the lessons for that would be absolutely chilling in all of the countries of the former Soviet Union.”

Permalink Twitter Suspends Doctor for Revealing Pfizer Vaccine Impacts Semen

Twitter has suspended a doctor for sharing the study that shows men who received Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine had lower levels of semen and a loss in motile sperm count.

Dr. Andrew Bostom, with the Brown University Center For Primary Care and Prevention, shared the peer-reviewed study on June 19. Twitter informed Bostom that the missive violated its policy against “spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19,” according to a message reviewed by The Epoch Times. It suspended Bostom’s account over the post.

Permalink EU Renews Digital Covid Pass Despite 99% Negative Public Feedback

The EU has opted to extend the covid certificate despite the overwhelmingly negative results of a public consultation on the subject that was launched by the European Commission under the heading of “Have Your Say” and that was open to the public from February 3 to April 8. The consultation elicited over 385,000 responses – almost all of which appear to be opposed to renewal!

The certificate regulation had been scheduled to expire on June 30. Earlier this month, a delegation from the parliament had already reached a “political agreement” with the Commission on renewing the certificate, thus making yesterday’s vote virtually a foregone conclusion. The certificate regulation was originally adopted in June of last year, ostensibly to facilitate “safe travel” between EU member states. But the EU digital certificate quickly evolved into the model and sometimes infrastructure for the domestic “health” or Covid passes that would serve to restrict access to many other areas of social life over the following year.

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