Permalink EU’s New Anti-Russian Asset Grabbing Scheme is ‘Theft’, ‘Act of War’

Hundreds of billions of dollars in Russian assets were trapped abroad in 2022 after the Ukrainian crisis escalated into a full-blown NATO-Russia proxy war. Earlier this year, reports in US business media indicated that the US and its allies were having trouble locating a substantial chunk of these funds. | Belgium plans to collect 3 billion euros a year in windfall profits from Russian assets frozen in the country’s coffers to give to Ukraine for “reconstruction” purposes, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced Friday. A day earlier, De Croo explained that Belgium was “very involved” in the issue because upwards of 90 percent of the Russian assets frozen in the EU’s jurisdiction are trapped in Belgian banks. The European Commission estimated in May that the bloc has frozen over 200 billion euros in assets belonging to Russia’s Central Bank, plus 24.1 billion owned by Russian companies, tycoons and other individuals.  ‘Robbery’ in Broad Daylight | Asked to comment on Brussels’ plans, Christopher C Black, an international criminal and human rights lawyer with over 20 years’ experience under his belt, said that if realized, they would constitute “theft twice over” - first by seizing the money in the first place, and then preventing Russia from collecting its due interest. 💬 “The crime of theft becomes compounded with insult by giving the money to Kiev to finance the war against Russia, and if the money is so transferred by EU government order, it will be [an] act of war – since a nation supplying financial support to another nation to carry on a war can be considered under international law as a party to the war,” Black explained.

Permalink Penn State professor sues the college after he claimed he was forced to teach that the English language is 'racist' and the 'embodiment of white supremacy

Zack De Piero, who is white, claims he was singled out because of his skin color. He filed a lawsuit against Penn State Abington where he was an English teacher. Among the claims is that English is 'racist' and 'embodies white supremacy' | During this time he claims he was forced to grade 'hispanic and black' students differently and was subject to exercises centered on critical race theory where white staff were made to feel 'terrible.' The lawsuit, which was filed earlier this month in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, also claims he was forced to teach that the 'English language is racist and embodies white supremacy.' De Piero, the son of first generation immigrants from Italy, said his family were 'actively discriminated against - instilling a life long commitment to treating all Americans equal,' the lawsuit reads. The 40-year-old said that after alerting the university of his perceived discrimination officials allegedly retaliated by filing a bullying and harassment complaint against him and handed down lower scores on his annual performance review.

Permalink NHS Whistleblower: ‘We were ordered to “Euthanise” Patients to falsely increase COVID Death Counts while Hospitals were Empty’…

An NHS whistleblower, who wishes to remain anonymous, has come forward with allegations that the NHS hospitals were not overwhelmed during the Covid-19 pandemic, as was reported by authorities and the mainstream media. | The whistleblower also confirmed that the little care given throughout the pandemic amounted to negligence, and that the government and NHS bosses essentially instructed staff to let people die, or in some cases kill them through the ‘End of Life Care’ programme and falsely label the deaths as being due to Covid-19.

Why and how doctors kill more people than cancer (Dr Vernon Coleman)

No-one except the Globalists Will be allowed to Grow Old (Dr Vernon Coleman) | The elderly in care homes are routinely euthanized with a recommended, approved and deadly mixture of midazolam and morphine. Staff in care homes and hospitals refuse to feed those who cannot feed themselves (qualified nurses feel that feeding patients is beneath them and untrained staff are not allowed any contact with patients). The law allows non-medical staff to give the elderly sedatives and tranquillisers without their knowledge let alone their permission. In a deliberate (and successful) attempt to hasten the deaths of elderly residents, care home staff open windows even on cold days (presumably in the rather quaint and rather mediaeval belief that fresh, cold air will blow away germs).

Permalink Daniel Ellsberg is lauded in death by the same media that lets Assange rot in jail

The stark difference in treatment of the two truth-tellers is a measure of how state criminality is now completely unchecked | Rightly, there’s been an outpouring of tributes to Daniel Ellsberg following the announcement of his death last Friday, aged 92. His leaking of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 revealed that Washington officials had systematically lied for decades about US military conduct in Vietnam. The disclosure of 7,000 pages of documents, and subsequent legal battles to stop further publication by the New York Times and Washington Post, helped to bring the war to a close a few years later. As an adviser to US Secretary of Defence Robert McNamara in the 1960s, Ellsberg had seen first-hand the Pentagon’s brutal military operations that caused mass civilian casualties. Entire villages had been burned, while captured Vietnamese were tortured or executed. Deceptively, the US referred to these as “pacification programmes”.  But most of those today loudly hailing Ellsberg as an “American hero” have been far more reluctant to champion the Ellsberg of our times: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. For years, Assange has been rotting in a London high-security prison while the Biden administration seeks his extradition on charges that ludicrously equate his publication of the Afghan and Iraq war logs – a modern Pentagon Papers – with “espionage”.

Permalink Mort de Nahel : Marseille, Paris, Lille, Lyon, Nanterre… Troisième nuit de violences

Malgré la mobilisation de 40 000 membres des forces de l’ordre, dont 5000 à Paris, les scènes de violences n’ont une nouvelle fois pas pu être évitées. | Les nuits se suivent et se ressemblent depuis la mort tragique de Nahel. Les violences ont repris jeudi dans de nombreux quartiers de l’Hexagone, pour la troisième soirée consécutive après la mort mardi à Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) de l’adolescent de 17 ans tué par un policier. Ce dernier, Florian M., a été mis en examen pour homicide volontaire et placé en détention provisoire.  Cette décision n’a visiblement pas suffi à calmer les esprits. Pas plus que les regrets que le fonctionnaire incriminé aurait exprimé lors de sa garde à vue. Les heurts ont commencé à la fin de la marche blanche en hommage à Nahel, avant de s’étendre au fil de la soirée et de se prolonger dans la nuit.


Permalink Hundreds of medical journals are disappearing, and no one is talking about it!


Permalink Britain secretly turned Gibraltar into major NATO spy base

A formerly secret UK military report reveals that Gibraltar’s “main value” to Britain during the Cold War was its role as a covert NATO military and intelligence outpost – which it kept hidden from Spain. | Britain secretly used its overseas territory of Gibraltar as a NATO spying base during the Cold War, it can be revealed. The revelations come from a secret report drawn up by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) in 1972. It shows how NATO paid for a spy facility inside the Rock of Gibraltar and operated a secret underwater maritime headquarters in seas around the territory.  The new information could increase tensions with Spain as it is not clear whether these assets still exist. Spain has long claimed Gibraltar and attempts to restrict its use as a military and intelligence base.  The MoD report was titled “The Strategic Importance of Gibraltar to the United Kingdom” and submitted to Peter Carrington, defence secretary in Edward Heath’s government.  Using Gibraltar as a NATO spy base was kept secret from Spain, which had been ruled for decades by the dictator General Franco, because the British knew it would be controversial. The report noted: “Spain objects to Gibraltar’s status as a ‘foreign base on Spanish territory’ and regards its use by NATO as a potential threat to Spanish security.”

Permalink Male student refuses to shake a female teachers hand & she isn’t having it!

Then the rector says out loud to the audience: 💬 "Guys, we live in Norway, and we can't have it like this. We can't have it like this. Parents, we live in Norway. You have to work with Norwegian women, otherwise you won't succeed in Norway. You have to deal with this. You parents, you have to deal with it.

Permalink Double-Jabbed Mouse Unexpectedly 'Dies Suddenly' 2 Days After Dose #2

Pfizer Cancer? Double-Jabbed Mouse Unexpectedly 'Dies Suddenly' 2 Days After Dose #2, Autopsy Shows Widespread B-cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma "Obliterated" its Internal Organs | We were told that mouse data is sufficient to establish safety & efficacy for humans, so. . .While looking for case reports of vaccine injuries yesterday, I came across a case report of a fatal cancer following receipt of Pfizer vaccine. . . . in a mouse: B-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma following intravenous BNT162b2 mRNA booster in a BALB/c mouse: A case report


Permalink 'Journalism is Not a Crime': Experts Lambast EU Media Freedom Act

The European Media Freedom Act envisages installing spyware on journalists' phones for the sake of "national security". Sputnik sat down with some international observers to discuss how the provision correlates with the act's name and basic European principles. | 💬 "There is no legitimate reason to spy on journalists," Lucy Komisar, an investigative journalist based in New York, told Sputnik. "Remember, this law targets people identified as journalists, not as spies or terrorists or criminals. Journalism is not a crime, unless Julian Assange does it. The real reason is to protect government officials from journalists reporting on officials’ misguided policies, abuses and corruption. It’s quite ironic in view of the EU’s self-congratulatory rules trumpeted as protecting peoples’ data from tech companies. Stealing data when a company does it is bad, stealing audio and written text when a government does it is just fine."

Permalink UN Documents Rampant Torture of Civilians by Ukrainian Security Forces

According to the UN report, dozens of civilians were tortured "in official pre-trial detention facilities" | The United Nations has recorded a significant increase in law violations by Ukrainian security forces since start of Russia’s special military operation, the UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR) said in a report on Tuesday.  "Since 24 February 2022, OHCHR has documented a significant increase in violations of the right to liberty and security of person by Ukrainian security forces. Out of the overall number of such cases, OHCHR documented 75 cases 92 of arbitrary detention of civilians (17 women, 57 men and 1 boy), some of which also amounted to enforced disappearances, mostly perpetrated by law enforcement authorities or the Armed Forces of Ukraine," the report read.

Permalink Putin Tells Military They Actually Prevented Civil War

Vladimir Putin thanked all personnel of the Russian Armed Forces, as well as the country's law enforcement agencies and special services for their courage and loyalty to the Russian people. | Military units who took part in the suppression of the attempted armed mutiny on June 24 actually stopped the civil war in Russia, and acted clearly and harmoniously, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday. 💬 "You defended the constitutional order, the life, security and freedom of our citizens. You saved our motherland from upheavals, actually stopped civil war. In a difficult situation, you acted clearly and harmoniously; through your deeds, you proved your loyalty to the people of Russia and the military oath," Putin said in his address to the security forces who were suppressing the rebellion.

Putin to give address that will 'influence the fate of Russia' – Kremlin (06/26/23)
LIVE UPDATES: Security Boosted in Several Russian Regions Following Coup Attempt (06/24/23)


Permalink Putin to give address that will 'influence the fate of Russia' – Kremlin

The fateful speech is the first since the end of the Wagner mutiny over the weekend | The Monday evening address by Russian President Vladimir Putin will be a turning point in the future of the country, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the media. “Without exaggeration, this address will determine the fate of Russia,” Peskov said.  Putin last spoke to the nation on Saturday, amid a mutiny by the private military company ‘Wagner Group’. He denounced the insurrection as a “stab in the back” of the nation, comparing it to the upheaval of 1917 and threatening those responsible with the most severe punishment. He did not name any names, however. Shortly afterward, the Kremlin revealed that President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus had negotiated an end to the mutiny with Wagner head Yevgeny Prigozhin. Lukashenko has also announced he would give an important speech on Monday evening.

Address to citizens of Russia (President of Russia)(TEXT in English)
Putin thanks Russians for unity, vows to fulfill promise to Wagner fighters (TASS)
Обращение Президента Владимира Путина к гражданам России. Видео и полный текст (Rossiyskaya Gazeta)
Putin addresses Wagner ‘betrayal’ (RT.com)
Putin: Mutiny Organizers Wanted Russian Soldiers to Kill Each Other, Kiev Wanted the Same (Sputnik New)
President Putin Delivers Statement (Sputnik News)(FULL VIDEO)

Putin seals Wagner’s fate | Most members of the mutinous private military company are patriots, who were misled, the Russian leader said | Russian President Vladimir Putin has offered a choice to the soldiers of the Wagner private military company involved in Saturday's failed armed rebellion. They can either sign a contract with Russia’s Defense Ministry Ministry or other security agencies, return home or move to neighboring Belarus, the Russian leader said in a televised addressed. 💬 "The overwhelming majority of the fighters and commanders of the Wagner group are also Russian patriots, devoted to their people and country. They proved this with their courage on the battlefield,” Putin said in his address on Monday evening. The organizers of the insurrection “kept them in the dark and tried using them against their brothers in arms, with whom they fought shoulder to shoulder for the sake of the country and its future,” he said.

Permalink Over 500 Excess Heart Deaths Recorded Every Week in England, Report Reveals

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has published a bombshell new report showing that a staggering 500-plus heart disease-related excess deaths are being recorded in England every week. | The BHF, the UK’s leading cardiovascular research charity, warns that heart attacks and strokes have been soaring since 2020. The report is based on data from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities.  The data shows that there’s been a total of 96,540 excess deaths involving cardiovascular conditions like heart attacks and strokes since February 2020.

41-Year-Old Model and Hollywood Actress Katerina Pavelek Ended Her Life at an Assisted Suicide Clinic in Basel, Switzerland on June 17, 2023, Due to COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Injuries
WATCH: Dr. Jane Ruby offers fresh insights about self-assembling “clots” and “nanowires” found in fully vaccinated cadavers (Natural News)

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Permalink Sweden Dumps Climate Agenda, Scraps Green Energy Targets

Sweden has just dealt a severe blow to the globalist climate agenda by scraping its green energy targets. | In a statement announcing the new policy in the Swedish Parliament, Finance Minister Elisabeth Svantesson warned that the Scandinavian nation needs “a stable energy system.” Svantesson asserted that wind and solar power are too “unstable” to meet the nation’s energy requirements. Instead, the Swedish Government is shifting back to nuclear power and has ditched its targets for a “100% renewable energy” supply. The move is a major blow to unreliable and inefficient technology. Countries are being pushed toward “renewable energy” to meet the goals of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) green agenda.


Permalink Campus insanity – Students in UK schools allowed to identify as ANIMALS

Students in different schools in the United Kingdom are being allowed to identify as animals, one notch above the insanity of them being allowed to identify as the gender they choose to be. | The Telegraph recounted one such incident at Rye College in East Sussex, where a girl self-identified as a cat. Her classmates who refused to play along with the insanity gave the would-be feline a reminder that she is a girl. However, the woke institution reprimanded the classmates who gave a reality check, telling them their remarks "really upset" their classmate who identified as a cat.  But this wasn't the only story shared by the outlet, as students in other schools also identified as other creatures.  One student at a secondary school in South West England insisted on being addressed as a dinosaur. Another student insisted on being addressed as a horse. A third student wore a cape and demanded that they be acknowledged as a moon – a literal lunatic, to put it bluntly.

UK kids may change gender at school, education chief vows (RT.com)
Substitute teacher was FIRED for refusing to “meow” to a student who claims to self-identify as a CAT

Permalink American Media Claims US Intelligence Knew About Prigozhin's Planned Mutiny in Mid-June

US intelligence agencies received indications that the head of the Wagner Group private military company (PMC), Yevgeny Prigozhin, might be plotting a mutiny and informed the White House and other government agencies so they would not be caught off guard, an American daily reported, citing several US officials . | One source who spoke on condition of anonymity said that "there were enough signals to be able to tell the leadership … that something was up," although the details of Prigozhin's plans were not clear. Over the past two weeks, the intelligence agencies briefed the White House, as well as senior officials at the Department of State, the Pentagon and in Congress, unnamed officials told the newspaper. Another US news outlet reported that the intelligence was not declassified as the US spy agencies were concerned that Russia would accuse them of orchestrating a coup. They also had "little interest" in helping Russian authorities, the report said.  On Friday, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) opened a criminal case for inciting armed mutiny over statements made on behalf of Prigozhin. The FSB said that there was a threat of escalation on Russian territory. The Russian Defense Ministry said that social media reports of alleged Russian military strikes on PMC Wagner camps were not true.  Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered a televised address to the nation on Saturday in which he described the actions of the Wagner Group PMC as an armed mutiny and treason, and promised harsh measures against the insurgents.

Foreign powers involved in coup attempt in Russia – Serbian president (RT.com)
LIVE UPDATES: Security Boosted in Several Russian Regions Following Coup Attempt (06/24/23)

Permalink Tokayev holds extraordinary meeting of Kazakh Security Council over situation in Russia

The press service explained that despite the fact that what is happening in Russia is its domestic affair, the residents of Kazakhstan are concerned about the situation in the friendly country with which it shares the longest border in the world | Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev held an extraordinary meeting of the country’s Security Council in connection with the situation in Russia, the Kazakh leader's press service reported.  The press service explained that despite the fact that what is happening in Russia is its domestic affair, the residents of Kazakhstan are concerned about the situation in the friendly country with which it shares the longest border in the world. "The president pointed out that Russia is a strategic partner of Kazakhstan."  Tokayev recalled that in a telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin he supported the measures taken by the Russian authorities to establish constitutional order and ensure the security of its citizens.  In addition, the meeting pointed to the need to ensure financial and economic stability in the country, as well as the safety of Kazakh citizens.

Putin ‘victorious’ in Wagner uprising – Maduro (RT.com)
Lukashenko helps resolve Wagner's situation. Details of intense negotiation day (BELTA)(Belarus)
LIVE UPDATES: Security Boosted in Several Russian Regions Following Coup Attempt (06/24/23)
The rise and fall of a Russian oligarch (M. K. BHADRAKUMAR)


Permalink Kremlin reveals details of Wagner deal

The PMC's founder Evgeniy Prigozhin will "go to Belarus," Dmitry Peskov says | The criminal case, launched this weekend, against Wagner Private Military Company founder Evgeniy Prigozhin will be dropped and he will leave Russia, the Kremlin announced on Saturday evening.  Spokesman Dmitry Peskov revealed that Prigozhin, a Saint Petersburg Tycoon who made his initial fortune in catering, "will go to Belarus."  He added that Wagner's fighters will not be persecuted, taking into account their efforts on the frontlines of the Ukraine conflict. Peskov explained that President Vladimir Putin's team "have always respected their exploits." DETAILS TO FOLLOW

Permalink LIVE UPDATES: Security Boosted in Several Russian Regions Following Coup Attempt

On Friday, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) opened a criminal case for inciting armed mutiny over statements made on behalf of Wagner group chief Yevgeny Prigozhin. | The FSB said that there was a threat of escalation on Russian territory. The Russian Defense Ministry said that social media reports about alleged Russian military strikes on camps belonging to PMC Wagner were not true. Russian Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov has made a report to Russian President Vladimir Putin concerning Prigozhin's case, according to the Kremlin. Security has been boosted in several regions of Russia, as well as the capital of Moscow, on Saturday morning.

Prigozhin Agrees to Stop PMC Wagner March, Start De-Escalation After Lukashenko's Mediation (Sputnik News)
Wagner boss confirms cancellation of advance on Moscow (RT.com)
Russians Urged to Unite in Face of Wagner Armed Mutiny Attempt (Sputnik News)
Address to citizens of Russia (President of Russia)
Key points of Putin’s address to nation over PMC Wagner coup attempt (RT.com)
Russia will defend itself from internal treachery, says Putin (TASS)
We will defend our country from internal treason – Putin (RT.com)
Chechen commandos leave for areas of tensions - Kadyrov (TASS)
Prigozhin Coup Attempt: What We Know So Far (Sputnik News)
Prigozhin charged with armed mutiny, to face up to 20 years in prison (TASS)
FSB opens criminal case after Wagner boss calls for ‘armed rebellion’ (RT.com)
Top Russian general sends message to ‘mutinous’ Wagner PMC (RT.com)
Sergey Surovikin calls on Wagner PMC to resolve problems peacefully, not to aid enemy (TASS)
Wagner chief spreading misinformation – MOD (RT.com)

Lukashenko negotiates with Prigozhin (BELTA)(Belarus)
Wagner chief says his rebel troops 'turning back to avoid bloodshed' (The New Indian Express)
Wagner mercenary group standing down its coup attempt on Moscow after talks with Kremlin (LBC News)
Erdoğan ready to help seek 'peaceful resolution' in Russia (Hürriyet Daily News)(Türkiye)
Russian president calls armed Wagner Group rebellion a 'betrayal' and vows 'punishment' (The Scotsman)
Defiant Wagner chief says his forces in Ukraine have crossed into Russia (Yeni Şafak)(Türkiye)
President of Russia calls actions of Prigozhin “rebellion and stab in the back” (24.kg)(Kyrgyzstan)
Prigozhin in open rebellion after Kremlin’s attempt to bring his Wagner Group under state control backfires
Russia urges Wagner forces to return to 'points of permanent deployment' (The Business Standard)(India)
Explained: Wagner Group coup against Putin, Russian military leadership (Hindustan Times)
On Prigozhin's Insurrection Farce (Moon of Alabama)

‘Staggering’: How Western media is responding to Prigozhin’s coup attempt (RT.com)
Ukrainian officials jubilant over coup attempt in Russia (RT.com)
‘Won’t surrender’: Wagner chief on Putin's ‘treason’ claim after Russia coup (Hindustan Times)
Putin vows to ‘punish’ Russian mercenary force after they launch shock attack (Sunday World)(Ireland)
Defiant Prigozhin says his fighters are “patriots,” lambasts “corruption” that plagues Russia’s imperial conquests (Euromaidan Press/George Soros)

Permalink NOT Zaporozhye NPP . . . South Ukraine NPP ??? - Being Used to Store US Weapons and Intelligence HQ

Hal Turner | The chatter about an attack upon a nuclear power plant inside Ukraine has ramped-up exponentially of late, and many of us believed the chatter was about the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) but it's not. Turns out it is about the South Ukraine Nuclear Power plant because it is being used to store US/NATO high-tech weapons, and is now the Intelligence HQ for NATO in the war.  The US and NATO are creating all this bluster about invoking NATO Treaty Article 5, "Collective Self-Defense" if there is a tactical nuclear explosion in Ukraine OR IF there is an attack upon a nuclear power plant which causes radiation leakage.  Russia made clear from the beginning of its Special Military Operation to de-militarize and de-NAZIFY Ukraine that they already know NATO Conventional military forces are superior to Russian Conventional forces. But, President Putin pointed out, Russia is also a nuclear power and many of Russia's weapons are far superior to those held by NATO. He then made clear that if Article 5 Collective Self Defense is invoked against Russia, the Russian Federation would have no choice but to use its nuclear weapons for self preservation.  As of today, June 23, 2023, Ukraine is LOSING the conflict very badly. We are now over three full weeks into Ukraine's much-vaunted "Spring Counter-Offensive" and it has achieved precisely nothing. In fact, Ukraine is doing so badly that media in Europe (Germany) is now poking fun at them, saying "It's not a counter-offensive, it's a crash test." Given the utterly dismal failure of Ukraine's ongoing counter-offensive, the powers in NATO realize that Ukraine's _____ O N L Y _____ hope is if NATO troops enter the conflict on the side of Ukraine. But there's a problem: Russia has not attacked any NATO country. So there is no legal basis for NATO to take action.  Turns out, the real nuclear power plant which may be the actual target, is the South Ukraine Nuclear Power Plant (SUNPP). Why is this likely the "real" target? Because Ukraine and NATO are using this plant to store NATO High-tech weaponry such as HIMARS, ATACMS and the like. Ukraine and NATO are also using this plant as an Intelligence Headquarters, in which all NATO Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and targeting coordinate info is shared with Ukraine. (More) [+ See item below.]

Permalink Zelensky may ‘sacrifice all of Europe’ – Russian envoy

With its counteroffensive failing, Kiev may cause a nuclear disaster to draw NATO into war with Russia, Dmitry Polyanskiy said. | Polyanskiy said on Twitter that Russia had “just drawn attention to these plans of [the] Kiev regime during the UN Security Council meeting” that morning. “The whole of Europe may be easily sacrificed by Ze and his blind Russophobic sponsors,” he added. “Don’t tell us we didn’t warn you!”  Zelensky’s “plan” – according to some pro-Russian commentators – would involve causing a nuclear accident at the ZNPP facility, which has been under Russian control since the early days of the special military operation in Ukraine. According to this theory, Kiev would then blame the ensuing disaster on Russia, leading NATO to openly declare war on Russia in response. This exact scenario was mapped out by US Senators Lindsey Graham and Richard Blumenthal on Thursday. The two lawmakers proposed a resolution under which the US would consider a meltdown at the plant as an act of war against NATO, due to the fact that Poland would be affected by radioactive fallout. Russia’s ambassador in Washington, Anatoly Antonov, cautioned that the “crazy” resolution could be laying the groundwork for such a false-flag incident.

U.S. Senators Introduce Resolution: NATO Article 5 Invokes If Tactical Nuke -- OR NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - In Ukraine, emits radiation (Hal Turner Show)

Permalink US Bio-Programs Likely Pursuing 'Race-Targeted' Viruses, Russian Security Chief Says

In February 2022, the Russian Defense Ministry discovered the existence of 30 US-funded military biological laboratories in Ukraine. Russia also said that the labs revealed in Ukraine constituted only a small part of a global network of over 300 similar facilities. | Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said that Moscow is particularly concerned by the Pentagon's biolabs operating in Central Asia, similar to those it used to run in Ukraine and Georgia. These labs are capable of creating "race-specific" viruses, Patrushev specified. Patrushev urged his Central Asian colleagues to cooperate and coordinate more closely on biosecurity issues, including within the framework of bilateral memorandums already concluded. The United States and the United Kingdom seek to destabilize the situation in Central Asian countries in order to warrant the expansion of NATO's military presence in the region, Patrushev said.

Permalink Afghan child: Promised sanctuary, abandoned, now dead in US custody

A 6-year-old Afghan child died while in US federal custody, raising additional questions about the circumstances surrounding recurrent similar incidents. | A 6-year-old Afghan child -- who was taken to the United States after Washington's hasty withdrawal in 2021 -- died this week while in federal government custody, making it the third such death this year, CBS News reported citing a US official. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the boy's death, which has not previously been made public, claimed that the Afghan child had a fatal disease. The authorities stated that he passed away on June 13.  The little child was one of hundreds of Afghan children who were taken to the United States without their parents. The Office of Refugee Resettlement was given custody of those children because they were brought into the country without parents or other legal guardians.  The Afghan boy's death is not an isolated incident, marking the third of an unaccompanied child in HHS custody in 2023.

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