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- The Democrat Party has a latent disaster on its hand vis a vis one RFK Jr. On the one hand, they are fully dedicated to sabotaging his campaign. Under no circumstances whatsoever will he be permitted to win the nomination. Even if he had 80%+ support from the electorate, the sick truth is that party leadership (influenced by the consultant and donor classes) would rather lose with Brandon than win with RFK Jr. because of what he’s liable to do to the Deep State and D.C. largesse were he ever to assume office. It would be a proverbial bloodbath for the administrative state and all of the grifters who feed on it. On the other hand, they need to keep RFK Jr. within the Democrat Party fold because if he were to go rogue and run third party — which he, frankly, should have been doing all along — it would be a veritable death knell for the Brandon entity’s prospects in 2024, which are wafer-thin as it is. Here is RFK Jr., in an interview with Forbes, explaining what elaborate lengths the Democrat Party has gone to to rig the primary against him, outright threatening that he might drop his intra-party bid and turn his campaign into a third-party run: “If the DNC is gonna make it, is gonna rig it so that it is simply impossible for anybody to challenge President Biden, and you know I need to look at other alternatives. Because I can’t go back to the people who support me, to my donors, and say you know, I’m just going to, I’m just in this to make a point, I need to show them a road to victory.”
- According to Podolyak, adviser to Zelensky’s office, “China and India are not able to analyse the consequences of their actions‚ low intellectual potential, unfortunately”. Mykhailo Podolyak, later attempted damage control by stating that this was “classic Russian propaganda: take it out of context, distort the meaning, scale it up to separate target audiences with conflict provocation.” Podolyak also called the UN a “money-making office”, and the IAEA, the Red Cross and Amnesty International “fictitious” organisations. “We will not get them to renounce their own senselessness. In fact, the UN is a completely absent organisation. It is, I would say, a PR office or a lobbying office for making money for a good old age for people who occupy certain leadership positions,” Podolyak said. “The International Red Cross, Amnesty International, all these are fictitious organizations that pollute our consciousness with absolutely rubbish assessments. If they did not exist, many issues would probably be resolved better and faster,” he added.
- Massive flash flooding brought on by a fierce Mediterranean storm that wrecked dams and swept whole neighborhoods into the sea as it lashed Libya on Monday has left at least 5,300 people dead, according to the latest government estimate. State-run media outlet LANA reported on Tuesday that the divided country’s eastern government, based in Tobruk, announced the updated death toll through its interior ministry and pegged the number of people still missing at 10,000. As many as 6,000 people are reportedly unaccounted for in the coastal city of Derna in northeastern Libya alone. The storm caused two dams to collapse, sending a wall of water rushing through a wadi toward Derna, which had already been inundated with rain. Many of the city’s buildings, including entire neighborhoods, were washed away. Derna has a population of about 125,000.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) Chairman Kim Jong Un held a meeting on Wednesday at the Vostochny Cosmodrome – a Russian spaceport in the Amur region of Russia’s Far East. At Vostochny, Putin and Kim took a look at the assembly process of the Angara launch vehicle and performance characteristics of the Soyuz-2 launch vehicle. When asked by journalists whether Russia would help North Korea build satellites, Putin responded that he and his counterpart came to the spaceport for this very reason. “That’s why we are here,” the Russian president said. “The leader of the DPRK has shown great interest in rocket technology, they are trying to explore space.”
- Suspected Chinese operatives have used images made by artificial intelligence to mimic American voters online in an attempt to spread disinformation and provoke discussion on divisive political issues as the 2024 US election approaches, Microsoft analysts warned Thursday. In the last nine months, the operatives have posted striking AI-made images depicting the Statute of Liberty and the Black Lives Matter movement on social media, in a campaign that Microsoft said focuses on “denigrating U.S. political figures and symbols.” The alleged Chinese influence network used a series of accounts on “Western” social media platforms to upload the AI-generated images, according to Microsoft. The images were fake and generated by a computer, but real people, whether wittingly or unwittingly, propagated the images by reposting them on social media, Microsoft said. Microsoft said the social media accounts were “affiliated” with the Chinese Communist Party.
- The Reina Sofia museum in Madrid is now allowing visitors to take photographs of Pablo Picasso’s Guernica (1937), ending a ban that had been in place for more than three decades. Intriguingly, the hope is to reduce congestion around the painting, since “it only takes a few seconds to take a selfie.” New museum director hopes to appeal to younger audiences though selfie sticks are still off limits. According to the museum website, the government of the Spanish Republic acquired Guernica from Picasso in 1937. When the Second World War broke out, however, the artist decided that the painting should remain in the custody of New York’s Museum of Modern Art for safekeeping until the conflict ended. The work was returned to Spain in 1981 and hung in the Prado until 1992 when it was transferred to the Reina Sofía Museum.
- Due to the impact of Typhoon Haikui, more than 70 crocodiles escaped from a farm in a village in Maoming City, Guangdong Province. Authorities are actively capturing them, and local militias have stated that for safety reasons, these escaped crocodiles will be culled soon.
- “The US acts against its interests in Ukraine and helps Russia build an alternative alliance in the world.” This opinion was expressed by Thierry Baudet, leader of the Dutch party Forum for Democracy (FVD) in an interview with the Serbian publication Novi Standard.
- Syria’s Foreign Ministry appealed to the United Nations on Sunday to reveal that the nation has faced over $115 billion in losses to its energy sector as a direct result of the CIA-backed war and US occupation of its oil-rich territories, demanding accountability, compensation and an end to the illegal presence of American troops on its lands. Alaa Nassar, a student from Tartus University’s Technical Institute for Solar Energy, has come up with an ingenious proposal to generate electricity using the principles of kinetic and mechanical energy. Syria’s energy crunch, caused by the 2011 war and the US occupation and plunder of the Middle Eastern country’s oil and gas resources, has resulted in a frantic search for alternative sources of energy.
- Archaeologists have revealed a stunning paleolithic cave art site in Eastern Iberia, which is being hailed as one of the most significant discoveries of its kind on the European continent. The site, situated in the Cova Dones cave near Valencia, Spain, has unveiled over 100 ancient paintings and engravings that are believed to be at least 24,000 years old. The prehistoric artworks have remained hidden for centuries, unbeknownst even to the locals who frequently visit the cave. The research team, led by Ruiz-Redondo, Virginia Barciela-González and Ximo Martorell-Briz, has meticulously documented more than a hundred motifs within the Cova Dones cave. The motifs, coupled with the diverse techniques used in their creation, cements the cave’s status as the most significant Paleolithic cave art site on the eastern Mediterranean coast of the Iberian Peninsula. In fact, it rivals the Paleolithic cave with the greatest number of motifs discovered in Europe since the Atxurra cave in Bizkaia in 2015. The cave’s artwork features at least 19 confirmed animal representations, including hinds, horses, aurochs and deer. What sets Cova apart is the unusual prevalence of clay as the primary medium for these paintings.
- Since young children went back to school across Sweden recently, many of their teachers have been putting a new emphasis on printed books, quiet reading time and handwriting practice, and devoting less time to tablets, independent online research and keyboarding skills. The return to more traditional ways of learning is a response to politicians and experts questioning whether Sweden’s hyper-digitalised approach to education, including the introduction of tablets in nursery schools, had led to a decline in basic skills. Sweden’s minister for schools, Lotta Edholm, was one of the biggest critics of the all-out embrace of technology. “Sweden’s students need more textbooks,” Edholm said in March. “Physical books are important for student learning.”
- Property rights for free land plots in Russia’s Far East have been formalized for 23,000 people, Deputy Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic Elena Nurgalieva announced at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) on Wednesday. The so-called Hectare Program was launched by the Russian government in 2016 to revitalize the region and boost its economy. Under the program, a hectare, or 2.5 acres of land, was provided in the Far East to Russian citizens and foreign nationals as long as they lived there for five years. The applicants could use the territory for residential housing, agriculture, recreation, and business projects.
- Apple must withdraw all iPhone 12 models from the French market immediately, the National Frequency Agency (ANFR) announced on Tuesday, accusing the popular smartphone of emitting far more electromagnetic radiation than European Union regulations allow. “The ANFR expects Apple to deploy all available means to put an end to the non-compliance. Failure to act will result in the recall of equipment that has already been made available to consumers,” the agency said. According to the regulator, tests at an accredited laboratory revealed that the phone exceeded the specific absorption rate (SAR) value mandated by the EU, which is four watts-per-kilogram (W/kg), when held in hand or in a trouser pocket. The “body” SAR, when the phone is in a jacket pocket or a bag at least 5mm away, was within the 2 W/kg limit, however.
- The British Army has cut training hours for Ukrainian soldiers at a base in Kent, England after residents complained about noise and smoke from the range, The Times reported on Monday. The decision shortens the already rushed training program that Kiev’s forces receive in the UK. The Ministry of Defense had to cut exercises at Lydd Ranges by a third after Lydd Town Council received a “number of letters” of complaint, the British newspaper reported.
- Astronomers stumbled upon a cosmic wonder – Ho’oleilana, a mind-boggling bubble brimming with galaxies stretching almost inconceivably to nearly 1 bilion light-years across. The mammoth discovery is believed to be a baryon acoustic oscillation (BAO), an ancient relic from the infancy of the universe, dating back over 13 billion years. Situated a mere 820 million light-years away from our Milky Way, Ho’oleilana comprises a spherical shell of galaxies housing a supercluster core, in alignment with theoretical predictions. What’s more, it exhibits an extraordinary density of galaxies emanating from its epicenter and incorporates previously identified structures that rank among the most colossal known entities in the universe.
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