Permalink Russia bombs NATO infrastructure across Ukraine: burning logistics hubs, mercenary bases, weapons, and depleted uranium ammunition depots

Russia has launched three waves of air strikes against NATO infrastructure across Ukraine. Weapons shipments, military bases, maintenance factories, maintenance centers, weapons and ammunition depots have been hit. | At the same time, a train carrying depleted uranium shells and the Rivne thermoelectric power station were hit.

This is the first Russian attack on Ukraine's power grid ahead of the coming winter. Explosions across Ukraine: Targets hit in Rivne, Lviv, Drohobych, Kyiv. Overnight, the Russian Armed Forces carried out combined attacks against Ukrainian targets in various regions of the country. In particular, targets in Lviv were hit. Reports speak of the destruction of the largest logistical support complex of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in western Ukraine, through which supplies of equipment and weapons from Poland and NATO were carried out. At about 06:25, three rocket attacks occurred on the territory of the town of Drohobych, 75 km south of Lviv. Two missiles hit a specific industrial facility. A series of explosions were recorded in Kyiv. The mayor of the city, Klitschko, confirmed attacks on targets in several areas of Kyiv, including Goloseevsky and Darnitsky. Fires engulfed military installations. According to Klitschko, the Svyatoshinsky district was left without power overnight. The town of Rivne in western Ukraine was subjected to a massive missile attack. There, according to some reports, a facility housing military equipment recently trans-ferred to Kyiv from NATO was destroyed. Finally, according to some reports, the Ukrainian Armed Forces Command base in Kherson was hit. Information is received about the death of at least six officers leading operations in the southern direction.

Permalink Evidence Suggests Ukrainian Missile Caused Market Tragedy

Witness accounts and an analysis of video and weapon fragments suggest a Ukrainian missile failed to hit its intended target and landed in a bustling street, with devastating consequences. | The Sept. 6 missile strike on Kostiantynivka in eastern Ukraine was one of the deadliest in the country in months, killing at least 15 civilians and injuring more than 30 others. The weapon’s payload of metal fragments struck a market, piercing windows and walls and wounding some victims beyond recognition.  Less than two hours later, President Volodymyr Zelensky blamed Russian “terrorists” for the attack, and many media outlets followed suit. Throughout its invasion of Ukraine, Russia has repeatedly and systematically attacked civilians and struck schools, markets and residences as a deliberate tactic to instill fear in the populace. In Kostiantynivka in April, they shelled homes and a preschool, killing six.  But evidence collected and analyzed by The New York Times, including missile fragments, satellite imagery, witness accounts and social media posts, strongly suggests the catastrophic strike was the result of an errant Ukrainian air defense missile fired by a Buk launch system. [paywall]

Permalink Ukrainians Enjoy Warm Welcome in Croatia, but Struggle to Rebuild Lives

Vuk Tesija | Thousands of Ukrainians fleeing war have been warmly received in Croatia by those with still-fresh memories of conflict and flight, but language barriers and red tape mean the task of rebuilding their lives is more difficult. [...] In the major urban centres there are day centres for Ukrainians where they can meet, exchange information, seek legal help and counselling and organise workshops for children.  Croatia currently provides one-off aid of around 300 euros and pays for accommodation and related costs. However, it cannot offer the same kind of social support provided by the likes of Germany and other more affluent western European states, prompting many Ukrainians to head further west.  “Employment is the biggest problem, especially since we have a lot of highly educated people – doctors of science, professors, who are now doing whatever they have to,” said Martinjuk.“They also accept the jobs of housekeepers, waiters, they do what they can.”  Recognition of diplomas and language barriers can slow integration, but this is no obstacle for some. “We had a musician and a conductor who immediately found work in the orchestra of the Croatian National Theatre,” said Martinjuk.  Ukrainians are offered courses in Croatian, but Olena said there aren’t enough and they are too short.

Permalink Mat Taylor Provides Summary of Microscopy and EMF Findings from His Experimental Work

Sasha Latypova | I do not have much knowledge of electrical engineering, but I see that this approach to understanding what is going on with covid injections is a valid one. | Mat Taylor is a true natural scientist in the original sense of the word, which does not mean “a PhD from a state accredited university, deeply afraid to think outside of approved narratives in his narrow area of expertise, or else he will not get funding from the gods of NIH”. Science derives from knowledge and earns to understand nature, which has no beginning nor end, and laughs at your artificially defined area of “expertise”.  I do not have much knowledge of electrical engineering, but I see that this approach to understanding what is going on with covid injections is a valid one. There should be thinking across disciplines and a collaboration between medical and electrical/electromagnetic research communities.

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