Permalink 97 of Afghans Live in Poverty: Griffiths

Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Martin Griffiths said that 97 percent of Afghans are living in poverty with 20 million people are facing food insecurity and hunger. | Griffiths made the remarks on the situation of Afghanistan at a UN Security Council’s meeting. 💬 “97 percent of Afghans live in poverty. Two-third of the population needs humanitarian assistance to survive. 20 million people face acute hunger,” he said.  With winter around the corner, millions of Afghans are facing dire situation. 💬 “I am looking everywhere for work. No one give us a job. We are eight people in the family. My mother is a teacher. My father was a colonel but he has been retired. They wouldn’t pay hid ransom," said Zabiullah, a resident of Kabul.  Analysts suggest that there is a need for aid in areas to provide job opportunities to the people. 💬 “In case, we want to reduce poverty in the country. We are in need of aid in the fields that can provide jobs so that the people can be helped," said Mir Shikib Meer.  The World Bank has reported that the real GDP of Afghanistan will contract further, with an accumulated contraction of close to 30-35 percent between 2021 and 2022.

Permalink Swedish FM to visit Turkey, discussing NATO bid: Ankara

Sweden’s foreign minister will visit Turkey on Thursday to discuss with Turkish officials the Nordic country’s bid to enter NATO, announced the Turkish foreign ministry on Wednesday. The trip comes days after Stockholm blocked the extradition of a journalist to Ankara. | The Turkish foreign ministry said in a statement that Sweden foreign minister Tobias Bilistrom and his Turkish counterpart will discuss bilateral relations and “Sweden’s NATO membership process as well as regional and international developments.” Bilistrom’s office is yet to confirm the visit.  Sweden and Finland made bids to enter NATO after Russia launched a major military offensive against Ukraine in February. Both Scandinavian countries were already close partners of NATO but by joining it they would gain the support of 30 member countries if attacked by their foe, Russia, or any other country. The military alliance makes its decisions by consensus, meaning that both countries require the blessing of all 30 countries. Only Turkey refused to vote for the bids.

Permalink Norwegian politician Susanne Heart delivered a powerful and emotional speech on Wednesday

Several people who have been damaged by the corona vaccine knocked on her door. Many do not dare to talk about this openly because they are ashamed. Heart said it is "very painful" to read all these stories. Heartbreaking stories: She pointed out that there are 60,000 Norwegians who have been seriously damaged by the vaccines. There are many heartbreaking stories of previously healthy people taking a 'safe and effective' vaccine. “They have been misled, as the corona vaccines are neither safe nor effective,” said Heart. People were told that the vaccines would prevent disease. They didn't, she continued. The politician noted that Europe, including Norway, has been experiencing high unexplained excess mortality since the vaccines were rolled out. She said mRNA has never been tested in humans before. “We are the great experiment.” New religion: Secret studies that have been released show that Pfizer knew how dangerous the vaccines were. Thousands of doctors and researchers worldwide are concerned about the vaccine strategy, the politician said. They were discredited or banned from social media. Heart spoke of a "new religion" that has been spread around the world in record time by the media, authorities and globalists. Completely safe and 95 percent effective, they promised. And if you did not worship their god, you were unclean and should be banished. You are dangerous. You are evil. You should be locked up.

Permalink Hollywood is on their high horse, once again, it’s about the ‘vaccine’

Is Sean Penn a Naziphile? His infatuation with Zelensky and Ukraine is obvious, despite the very uncomfortable prevalence of neo-Nazis in the armed forces, and their role in the current conflict. | A year ago, Penn even met with some of these Azov “service members” when he went to the country to start a film project. Now, it seems as though he’s taken up the Third Reich’s mantle, becoming a modern day Goebbels — Penn, as a mouthpiece for the leftist propaganda machine, has deemed the “unvaccinated” second class citizens.  The man who boycotted a state because it chose to protect innocent life, and aligns himself with entities that have overt views of “White supremacy” and Nazism, says those who don’t participate in clinical trials of a “vaccine” are the ones lacking a moral compass — that’s rich. Penn went on: 💬 "I think that is an unwillingness to engage in a culture of common sense. That at this point, it seems criminal to me, actually. I really feel that if someone chooses not to be vaccinated, that they should choose to stay home… Not go to work. Not have a job."

Permalink Forecast from Rothschilds for 2023

The Special Military Operation ends;
US and EU recession;
People's Republic of China saves the planet;

💬 "We believe a peace agreement between Russia and Ukraine in the first half of 2023 will reduce the geopolitical risk premium included in asset prices and also reduce pressure from commodity prices [note Crimson: Exchanged commodities are usually commodities with liquid futures markets: oil, gas, industrial metals, gold, wheat, corn, etc.]. In addition, a recession in the US and the EU will further lower inflation, while the end of China's "zero covid" policy should normalise supply chains and avoid a global recession."

Lars Kalbraier,
Head of Global Investments, Private Banking, Edmond de Rothschild Bank

PS: Sorry, no direct links: those wishing to take Citywire Selector, Outlook for 2023 (publication Q4-2022), Outlooks section, page 10. (Link)(Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator)(free version)

Permalink Zelensky Meets With Biden and Addresses Congress in DC Visit

The Ukrainian leader puppet told Congress Ukraine doesn't have 'enough' artillery | Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday met with President Biden and addressed Congress during his trip to Washington DC, which marked his first foreign visit since Russia invaded on February 24. In his address to Congress, Zelensky thanked the chamber and the US for its support but mentioned that Ukraine doesn’t have “enough” artillery. His visit came after Congress unveiled a $1.7 trillion omnibus bill that includes another $45 billion in Ukraine aid, which will bring total US spending on the war to about $112 billion. 💬 “We have artillery, yes. Thank you. We have it. Is it enough? Honestly, not really,” he said. Ahead of his visit, Zelensky said in a video recorded in Bakhmut that he would tell Congress that Ukraine is “grateful for their support, but it is not enough. It is a hint — it is not enough.” [It's never enough...]

US rejected top Ukrainian arms request – WaPo (RT.com)
Russia: Zelensky-Biden talks prove Ukraine, US not interested in peace (TASS)
Kremlin Says No Chance of Ukraine Talks as Zelenskiy Travels to Washington (US News)
Puppet Zelensky Is Coming to Town (Stephen Lendman)

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