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  • Moscow has banned 963 US individuals, including Joe Biden, his relatives, and other officials and managers, from entering Russia, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Saturday. “Russia is publishing the list of American citizens, who are permanently barred from entering the Russian Federation, as countermeasures to the constant imposition of sanctions against Russia by the US and in response to inquiries about individuals included in our national stop list,” the ministry said in a statement. The ministry noted that the list includes individuals, who “foment Russophobia and those who serve them,” noting that it does not include common American citizens “who have always been respected by us.” The list is published on the ministry’s website.


  • The Nazis of Ukraine, the United States and other countries have a private chat in Telegram, ex-Lieutenant Colonel of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) Vasily Prozorov said. According to Prozorov, an American Nazi, Kent McLellan (nickname Bone Face), is in the chat, and his main point is that Azov is not fighting for either Zelensky, NATO, or the EU, it is “not so much a regiment as it is the idea of a neo-Nazi ‘revival’ of Ukraine.” McLellan is a member of the US National Socialist Movement (NSM) and has his own Telegram channel. According to Prozorov, he served as a recruiter for Azov from 2016 to 2021.


  • Many prominent Wall Street investors have decided to pour money into General Motors (GM) after the Michigan-based company unveiled plans to shift towards electric vehicles. The investment flow was led Ark Invest’s Cathie Wood, who surprised Wall Street by selling $12.7 million of Tesla shares in mid-May only to buy 158,187 shares in GM, worth about $6 million. Wood has another powerful money mover on the opposite side of the EV financial periphery: George Soros, who sold his 1.26 million shares in GM earlier in the year. “It’s a sign of the uncertainty of the future. Even Soros doesn’t know [what will happen] because he was invested in Fisker [Automotive] and now he’s not,” business professor at the University of Michigan Erik Gordon told Detroit Free Press.


  • The Joe Biden administration seems to be losing its appeal among billionaires in a sector where many traditionally lean to the Left, with Tesla founder Elon Musk, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and many other tech behemoths increasingly expressing their discontent with the Democratic Party. Recently, Musk has declared that he will be voting Republican in the upcoming elections after becoming disenchanted with the Democrats. “In the past I voted Democrat, because they were (mostly) the kindness party,” Musk tweeted on Wednesday. “But they have become the party of division & hate, so I can no longer support them and will vote Republican.”


  • Former US President Donald Trump has reacted to bombshell testimony that revealed Hillary Clinton’s personal involvement in spreading allegations that the Trump Organization was connected to Russian banks. “For three years, I had to fight her off, and fight those crooked people off, and you’ll never get your reputation fully back,” Trump lamented when speaking to Fox News on Saturday. “Where do I get my reputation back?”


  • On Wednesday, Sweden and Finland handed over their applications for NATO membership to the alliance’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Ankara had informed its NATO allies that it would say no to the membership due to their open support for the Kurdistan Workers’ Party and Kurdish YPG militia, which are deemed terrorist organizations by Turkey. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde recalled that Sweden was among the first to list Kurdistan Workers’ Party as a terrorist oraganization back in 1984.


  • The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF), along with other protesters, yesterday demanded the closure and deregistration of businesses owned by Chinese nationals in the country by the end of the month. “Such intra-hostilities will ultimately erode overall business competitiveness, which will disable our country’s ability to trade effectively and efficiently within and across the borders,” the ministry said in a statement issued on Tuesday. This was sparked by the burning of N$5 million worth of counterfeit goods by Namra, shipped into the country. NEFF deputy leader Kalimbo Iipumbu, while reading the petition letters to trade minister Lucia Iipumbu, demanded that all Chinese retailers be closed. “They must pack [and] leave,” he said.


  • Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is assembling a “hardcore” legal team made of “streetfighters” amid a series of quarrels with some of the most powerful people in the country. Musk’s move comes at an intriguing time as the billionaire is entangled in a string of high-profile controversies, including his criticism of the Democratic Party and the Biden administration, his recent proposal to purchase Twitter, and a sexual harassment claim against the billionaire that Musk named “Elongate.” “Please send 3 to 5 bullet points describing evidence of exceptional ability,” the CEO said in the tweet. “Looking for hardcore streetfighters, not white-shoe lawyers like Perkins of Cooley who thrive on corruption.”


  • Pfizer has asked a U.S. court to throw out a lawsuit from a whistleblower who revealed problems at sites that tested Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. Brook Jackson, the whistleblower, alleged in a suit that was unsealed in February that Pfizer and associated parties violated clinical trial regulations and federal laws, including the False Claims Act. In its motion to dismiss, Pfizer says the regulations don’t apply to its vaccine contract with the U.S. Department of Defense because the agreement was executed under the department’s Other Transaction Authority (OTA), which gives contract holders the ability to skirt many rules and laws that typically apply to contracts. That means that Jackson’s claim that Pfizer must still comply with the Federal Acquisition Regulations “is simply wrong,” Pfizer said. Warner Mendenhall, a lawyer who is working on Jackson’s case, said in a recent interview that Pfizer has “clearly not followed federal procurement laws.” “And now they’re saying, ‘of course we didn’t follow federal procurement laws, we didn’t have to—this was just for a prototype,’” he added.


  • India has received reports of the Chinese regime building a second bridge across the Pangong Lake, a disputed border area in Eastern Ladakh that China has “illegally occupied” since the 1960s, a government official said on Friday. “We have never accepted such illegal occupation of our territory, nor have we accepted the unjustified Chinese claim or such construction activities,” Arindam Bagchi, the External Affairs Ministry’s spokesperson, said in a statement. “We have made it clear on several occasions that the Union Territories of Jammu [and] Kashmir and Ladakh are an integral part of India, and we expect other countries to respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Bagchi added.


  • Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla may have forgotten he was on camera this week, as he dazzled the audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos with fantasies of ingestible computer chips that signal authorities when a drug has been digested. “It is a, basically biological chip that is in the tablet. And once we take the tablet and dissolves into the stomach, sends a signal that you took the table. So imagine the applications of that – the compliance. The insurance companies know that the medicines patients should take, they take them.”


  • The Japanese Nuclear Regulator Authority has given its initial approval to Tepco to start releasing irradiated water from the Fukushima plant that collapsed during a massive earthquake and tsunami in 2011. Plans were revealed last year to pour the water from Fukushima into the sea after an assessment that would check whether there were any safety issues with such a plan. The UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency will also carry out safety reviews of the water release. There are about a million tons of contaminated water from Fukushima that Tepco, the operator of the nuclear plant, has been looking for ways to dispose of for several years now. Releasing the water into the ocean has emerged as the most viable solution to the problem despite opposition both from inside Japan and its neighbors.”
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The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) was the first to detect the J0624–6948. Astronomers from Western Sydney University and a team of international experts have suggested that a mysterious recently-discovered circular ring in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) could actually be an intergalactic Supernova Remnant, and not an Odd Radio Circle as previously thought. The scientific team has dubbed the discovery a “rogue” Supernova Remnant, suggesting that the mysterious space ring could be the remains of an exploded star. “What we’ve potentially then discovered is a unique remnant of a supernova that has expanded into a rarefied, intergalactic environment — an environment that we didn’t expect to find in such an object. Our estimates point to the age of about 2,200 to 7,100 years old.”

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