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  • Musk’s philosophy of going outside the norm and doing things his own way is a net positive for humanity and his attempt to curtail the destruction of free speech through the acquisition of Twitter is no different. “Given that Twitter serves as the de facto public town square, failing to adhere to free speech principles fundamentally undermines democracy,” Musk declared, weeks before he made his purchase of Twitter stock. “I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe, and I believe free speech is a societal imperative for a functioning democracy,” wrote Musk in his letter to the company’s board of directors. “However, since making my investment I now realize the company will neither thrive nor serve this societal imperative in its current form. Twitter needs to be transformed as a private company.”

 

  • Responding to US sanctions against Russian government officials and their family members, Moscow has sanctioned 29 US citizens, including Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Vice President Kamala Harris. They are banned from entering Russia indefinitely. In addition to Zuckerberg, Moscow has blacklisted LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky, as well as the presidents and CEOs of military industry giants Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics, L3 Harris Technologies, Leidos, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Aerojet Rocketdyne. Shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries and drone-maker AeroVironment have also been sanctioned. The director of the Mitchell Institute of Aerospace Studies and the president of the Bank of America were also on the blacklist. Moscow also sanctioned US politicians and their spouses, starting with Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff, White House Chief of Staff Ronald Klein, State Department spokesman Ned Price, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks, vice-chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Christopher W. Grady, and the deputy health secretary, listed as “Richard/Rachel Levine.”

 

  • A group of former intelligence and national security officials on Monday issued a jointly signed letter warning that pending legislative attempts to restrict or break up the power of Big Tech monopolies — Facebook, Google, and Amazon — would jeopardize national security because, they argue, their centralized censorship power is crucial to advancing U.S. foreign policy. While one of their central claims is that Big Tech monopoly power is necessary to combat (i.e., censor) “foreign disinformation,” several of these officials are themselves leading disinformation agents: many were the same former intelligence officials who signed the now-infamous-and-debunked pre-election letter fraudulently claiming that the authentic Hunter Biden emails had the “hallmarks” of Russia disinformation (former Obama Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, former Obama CIA Director Michael Morrell, former Obama CIA/Pentagon chief Leon Panetta). Others who signed this new letter have strong financial ties to the Big Tech corporations whose power they are defending in the name of national security (Morrell, Panetta, former Bush National Security Adviser Fran Townsend).

 

  • After a handful of D-grade, washed out artists recently quit Spotify over their virtue signaling “protests” of Joe Rogan, Spotify has turned the table and has refused to renew the contract on the Barack and Michelle Obama podcast after it expires this year. Higher Ground – the former first family’s production company – is in the middle of negotiations with several potential partners, including Amazon’s Audible and iHeartMedia – and has also spoken to Spotify, “but the Swedish streaming giant declined to make an offer, according to three sources familiar with the discussions.”

 

  • “Mariupol has been liberated,” Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu told Putin in a televised meeting. “The remaining nationalist formations took refuge in the industrial zone of the Azovstal plant.” As for the plant, Putin said it should be sealed off with those inside “so that not even a fly can escape”. Those trapped in the plant will be offered a chance to surrender, and they can keep their lives and receive a “dignified treatment,” Putin said.

 

  • Amidst discussion in the country of a potential total energy embargo on Russia, articles about the supposed health benefits of showering less have begun to pop up. In an article titled ‘‘It’s enough to wash THESE four body parts – Why the skin cleans itself if you let it’, Germany’s Bild newspaper cites advice by economy minister Robert Habeck, who has called on citizens to cut back on their heating, sauna visits, and showers to help the country reduce its dependence on Russian energy. The piece claims that avoiding showers gives good bacteria a chance to propagate, helping with skin conditions and also consuming the substances responsible for body odor.

 

  • Outbound shipments of Russian coking coal to China doubled in March to 1.4 million tons, compared with 550,000 tons for the same month last year, according to Bloomberg, citing Chinese customs data. China has resisted Western sanctions on Russian energy products as it purchases heavily discounted coal used for steel-making. Russian coal trades well below market prices than what other top suppliers, like Indonesia and Mongolia, are offering.

 

  • Most European regimes have wisely concluded—Polish and Baltic recklessness notwithstanding—that provoking a military conflict with nuclear-armed Russia is not a good idea. So, “doing something” consists primarily of trying to punish Moscow by cutting Europeans off from much-needed Russian oil and gas. The problem is this tactic doesn’t do much to deter Russia in anything other than the short term because Russian oil can turn to numerous markets outside of Europe. Most of the world, after all, has declined to participate in the US and European embargoes and trade sanctions, opting for more measured approaches instead. By limiting energy sources for Europeans, however, Europe’s regimes are likely to succeed in pushing up the cost of living for Europeans while doing little to cut off Russia’s economy from global markets. ~ Ryan McMaken – The Mises Institute

 

  • Elon Musk has designated approximately $46.5 billion in financing in a possible tender offer for the social media company, a Thursday SEC filing disclosed. The filing noted that the billionaire “is exploring whether to commence a tender offer to acquire all of the outstanding shares of [Twitter’s] Common Stock”, offering $54.20 per share, “but has not determined whether to do so at this time.” According to the filing, the financing includes commitments from Morgan Stanley Senior Funding, Inc., along with “certain other financial institutions”. Last week, Musk suggested that he buy Twitter for some $43 million, earlier revealing that he had acquired approximately 9.2% of the social media platform’s shares. The purchase made him the largest shareholder in the company.

 

  • Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence has reported the arrest of three people suspected of working for Israeli Mossad spy agency. The trio were arrested in Iran’s south-eastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan. According to Iranian intelligence, the three spies were engaged in gathering and “disseminating” classified documents and information. The ministry did not specify the nationalities of the arrested people and how long they had allegedly been working on Mossad.

 

  • “In the backdrop of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (North Delhi Municipal Corporation) using JCB bulldozers to raze down shops of Muslims in Northwest Delhi’s Jahangirpuri yesterday, UK Prime Minister’s inauguration of a JCB factory in Gujarat is not only ignorant but his silence on the incident is deafening,” Amnesty International, which is headquartered in London, said in a series of tweets. “As Indian authorities clamp down on human rights daily, the UK government must not remain a mute bystander. It must bring human rights to the discussion table. India cannot wait another day for justice,” it added. Amnesty also noted that the demolition continued in “defiance” of the Supreme Court order. “The residents of Jahangirpuri were not even given an opportunity to salvage their possessions,” it said.

 

  • Late last month, Donald Trump lodged a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton, her campaign, and dozens of others, accusing them of an “unthinkable plot” to create “a false narrative” that he was colluding with Russia during the 2016 US presidential election. Hillary Clinton’s attorney has claimed that former US President Donald Trump’s lawsuit against the ex-Secretary of State, which he filed last month, should be scrapped because it has “no merit”. The motion also reportedly argues that by waiting years to file the lawsuit, the statute of limitations for Trump’s claims against Hillary Clinton have expired.
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