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  • Gunmen stormed the concert hall near Moscow on Friday, opening fire and throwing an incendiary device in the worst terrorist attack on the Russian capital in decades. Following the bloodbath at the popular concert venue, “the perpetrators tried to escape by car, fleeing towards the Russian-Ukrainian border,” the FSB said on Saturday. “The criminals intended to cross the Russia-Ukraine border and had relevant contacts on the Ukrainian side,” it added. According to the agency, “all four terrorists” were arrested in Russia’s Bryansk Region within several hours as a result of well-coordinated actions by the security services and the police. The detainees are now being transferred to Moscow, it added. The attack on Crocus Crocus City Hall was “carefully planned,” involving weapons that had been placed in a stash in advance, the FSB said. Russia’s Investigative Committee also confirmed that four suspects, who “committed the terrorist attack” on Crocus City Hall, were detained in Bryansk Region, “not far from the border with Ukraine.”


  • Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday addressed the nation about the Crocus City Hall shooting, denouncing it as a “bloody and barbaric” terrorist attack and vowing to punish all involved. At least 133 people have been killed and over 120 wounded in Friday evening’s massacre. Putin expressed his gratitude to all first responders, to law enforcement, and to ordinary citizens, too, who helped the victims of the attack. At the same time, the president stressed another effort is underway, focused on the prevention of any further attacks. ”In Moscow and Moscow Region, in all regions of the country, additional anti-terrorism and anti-saboteur measures have been introduced,” he announced, adding: “The main thing now is to prevent those who are behind this bloodbath from committing a new crime.”


  • After the Friday night rampage at the venue just outside Moscow, “the perpetrators tried to escape by car, fleeing towards the Russian-Ukrainian border,” the FSB said Saturday “The criminals intended to cross the Russia-Ukraine border and had relevant contacts on the Ukrainian side,” the FSB statement alleged. The four alleged gunmen were detained “not far from the border with Ukraine”. This has raised suspicion in the Kremlin over Ukraine’s involvement, despite the widespread media reports in the West that it was ISIS-K. As we noted earlier, Russian media has not echoed the Western reports highlighting an ISIS-K statement of responsibility. Instead, in addressing the crisis President Vladimir Putin has vowed to punish the perpetrators of the barbaric terrorist act while also charging that Ukraine prepared a “window” to help the terrorists escape. ~ Tyler Durden


  • Ukraine and the West have resorted to false flag operations to persuade everyone that ISIS was behind the terror attack in the Crocus City Hall concert venue near Moscow, said Margarita Simonyan, the editor-in-chief of media group Rossiya Segodnya. The head of the media group stressed that the names and faces of the perpetrators are already known to authorities and that the terrorists gave everything away during interrogation. Simonyan explained that the perpetrators were chosen to carry out the attack in a manner that would allow the West to persuade the international community that ISIS was behind the attack. She added that the enthusiasm displayed by Western media when they tried to persuade everyone that ISIS was responsible even before arrests were made gave them away completely. “This is not ISIS. This is a well-coordinated team of several other, also widely known, abbreviations,” Simonyan concluded.


  • The humanitarian crisis in Gaza will turn “inestimably worse” if Israel launches its planned ground offensive against Hamas fighters holed up at the southern end of the Palestinian enclave, Western doctors have warned. More than 1 million civilians, many reportedly starving, have taken refuge in the area after earlier Israeli attacks leveled their neighborhoods. “This is probably the worst crisis that can happen within this war,” Dr. Zaher Sahloul, co-founder of the US-based MedGlobal medical charity, told reporters on Tuesday at the UN headquarters in New York. “If there is any offensive, they’re going to have a bloodbath, massacres after massacres.” He added that his colleagues who are still working in Gaza have warned that an Israeli assault on Rafah could lead to 250,000 deaths.


  • War in Gaza: torture, executions, children left to die, sexual abuse… these are Israel’s crimes. Why does the same Western media obsessively reheat five-month-old accusations against Hamas so reluctant to focus on Israel’s current, terrifying atrocities? Hostages tortured to death. Parents executed in front of their children. Doctors beaten. Children killed. Armed sexual violence. Last week, an investigation by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz revealed that around 27 Palestinians seized on the streets of Gaza over the past five months have died during interrogations inside Israel. Some were denied medical care. But it is likely that most were tortured to death. Three months ago, a Haaretz editorial warned that Israeli prisons “must not become places of execution for Palestinians.” Israeli television channels enthusiastically took viewers on tours of detention centers, showing the terrible conditions in which Palestinians are held, as well as the psychological and physical abuse to which they are subjected. ~ Jonathan Cook


  • The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has agreed to remove social media posts and webpages that urged people to stop taking ivermectin to treat COVID-19, according to a settlement dated March 21. The FDA has already removed a page that said: “Should I take ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19? No.” Within 21 days, the FDA will remove another page titled, “why you should not use ivermectin to treat or prevent COVID-19,” according to the settlement announcement, which was filed with federal court in southern Texas. “The FDA has not authorized or approved ivermectin for use in preventing or treating COVID-19 in humans or animals,” the page currently states. It also says that data do not show ivermectin is effective against COVID-19, despite how some studies it cites show ivermectin is effective against the illness. ~ The Epoch Times


  • The Department of Justice sued Apple on Thursday, saying its iPhone ecosystem is a monopoly that drove its “astronomical valuation” at the expense of consumers, developers and rival phone makers. The government has not ruled out breaking up one of the largest companies in the world, with a Justice Department official saying on a briefing call that structural relief was on the table if the U.S. were to win. The lawsuit claims Apple’s anti-competitive practices extend beyond the iPhone and Apple Watch businesses, citing Apple’s advertising, browser, FaceTime and news offerings. “Each step in Apple’s course of conduct built and reinforced the moat around its smartphone monopoly,” according to the suit, filed by the DOJ and 16 attorneys general in New Jersey federal court. Forgive me for asking, but isn’t ‘winning’ at the expense of rival product makers what the business world is all about? ~ Tyler Durden


  • “Biden Censorship Regime” blocks media access at border over embarrassing invasion video that shocked nation. New York Post’s Jennie Taer is on the ground at the southern border wall and was the first to report the shocking invasion footage in El Paso, Texas, one day ago, when migrants attacked US National Guard troops. In response, the federal government has blocked media access to at least one stretch of the wall because the footage is extremely shocking and embarrassing for the White House. “Media now being blocked from the scene where we captured a breach by hundreds of migrants in El Paso yesterday, how do we do our jobs now?” Taer posted on X on Friday evening.


  • The Securities and Exchange Commission is at it again. Straying from its core mission of “protecting investors, maintaining fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitating capital formation,” the SEC is now taking the mantle of climate activist. Chairman Gary Gensler’s signature policy, the Climate Disclosure Rule, was just approved in a partisan 3-2 vote. Companies will now have to disclose direct and indirect emissions that they produce to investors. But, as SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce noted in her dissenting comments, this creates a “hodgepodge standard” that could lead to the SEC creating disclosures for every type of social value. What’s next, will the SEC create antiwar disclosures, religious disclosures, or political ideology disclosures? ~ Justin Bis


  • American embassies around the world will not be able to fly the rainbow, Progress or Black Lives Matter banners this summer, Bloomberg has reported. The White House agreed to the prohibition to get a $1.2 trillion spending bill through Congress. The bill, passed on Friday morning, keeps the US government open through September 30, the end of the 2024 fiscal year. The spending deal has been heavily criticized by some Republican legislators, who argued that it funds all of the ruling Democrats’ priorities and removes any policy leverage from the House of Representatives. House Speaker Mike Johnson – a Louisiana Republican – has presented the flag amendment as a major victory. Meanwhile, the Democrats have used it to accuse the GOP of being mean and “homophobic.”


  • At least one of the images featured in the Oscar-winning Ukrainian documentary ‘20 Days in Mariupol’ was in fact filmed years prior to the fighting in the city, it has emerged. In particular, one clip featured the aftermath of attacks by Kiev’s forces on Donbass, leading to accusations that filmmakers misled viewers. Released last year, the documentary purports to depict the battle between Russian and Ukrainian forces for Mariupol, a large coastal city in the Donetsk People’s Republic liberated by Moscow’s troops in May 2022. Ukrainian director Mstislav Chernov was on the ground covering the events for the Associated Press, and the film’s narrative aligns with that of Kiev and its Western backers, by accusing Russian soldiers of war crimes. Rather than being from 2022, the same footage was used in 2015 by performer Artyom Grishanov in a semi-documentary music video. The video featured distressed Ukrainians in Donbass, particularly children, as the government in Kiev used military force in an attempt to seize control after the region rejected the 2014 Western-backed coup in the Ukrainian capital. The song’s title, ‘Toys for Poroshenko’, was a reference to then-Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko, and ends with a call for the government in Kiev to implement a ceasefire, arguing it would then realize there are no enemies in Donbass.


  • House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jordan and Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman Comer revealed that a whistleblower told them the CIA intervened to prevent the IRS from interviewing Kevin Morris, an associate of Hunter Biden who loaned him millions of dollars, as part of the IRS investigation into the first son’s alleged tax crimes. The CIA said it would not comment on specific cases but added that while it cooperates with other law agencies, it does not interfere with investigations and claims to be fully cooperative with its oversight committees. Jordan and Comer have sent a letter to the CIA requesting more information, but have not yet received a response. They set a deadline for April 4, 2024.


  • The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has officially endorsed the first international resolution that incentivizes countries to promote the safety, security, and trustworthiness of artificial intelligence (AI) systems. The US-led draft resolution was co-sponsored by over 120 countries. The UN General Assembly also emphasized the “respect, protection and promotion of human rights” in the blueprint, development, and implementation of AI. This resolution is part of a new push by UN member states to structure the trajectory of AI development as concerns mount over its potential to obstruct democratic processes, amplify fraudulent activities, and cause significant layoffs.


  • “I’ve had people threaten my wife and daughter and try to break into our online accounts – far more than I ever did as deputy director of intelligence [of U.S. Strategic Command],” Sean Kirkpatrick says. “I didn’t have China and Russia trying to get me as much as these people.” Then, after 18 months on the job, Kirkpatrick decided to leave last December. Then, last week, AARO released the first part of a report it had worked on concluding that there was no evidence “that any USG [U.S. government] investigation, academic-sponsored research, or official review board had confirmed that any sighting of a UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon] represented extraterrestrial technology.” After all, it was only in July last year that former intelligence officer David Grusch told a packed congressional hearing that for decades the US government had been stockpiling crashed alien spacecraft while attempting to reverse engineer them. True believers thought we were getting closer than ever to full disclosure; It was only a matter of time before the government brought flying saucers to the White House lawn.


  • YouTube has introduced a new tool which mandates creators to disclose to users if a piece of content is generated using synthetic media or with the help of generative AI. The idea is to enhance transparency for users. The platform, however, won’t require creators to disclose content that is ‘clearly’ unrealistic, animated, includes special effects, or has used generative AI for production assistance. “We recognise that creators use generative AI in a variety of ways throughout the creation process. We won’t require creators to disclose if generative AI was used for productivity, like generating scripts, content ideas, or automatic captions,” said YouTube. For videos that touch on sensitive topics like health, news, elections, or finance, YouTube will show a more prominent label on the video itself.


  • When Victor Sharrah woke up one day in November 2020, he feared he was in some sort of “demonic world”. When he looked at people’s faces, they appeared “demon-like”, with their ears, noses and mouths stretched back, and with deep grooves in their foreheads, cheeks and chins. “You can’t imagine how scary it was,” the 59-year-old, from Clarksville, Tennessee, said. What he was actually seeing were distortions, caused by an incredibly rare neurological disorder, known as prosopometamorphopsia, or PMO. Even more unusual in the case of Mr Sharrah was that, when he looked at a phone or computer screen, people’s faces appeared normally. That gave scientists an interesting opportunity to put Mr Sharrah at the centre of an interesting new study – the results of which were recently published in respected medical journal, The Lancet.


  • Saturday, March 7, 1970, in Perry, Florida, more than half a century ago, a tiny timber town’s day in the sun was spoiled by a dense overcast that obscured a long-awaited total eclipse of the sun that more than 25,000 people had come to see. On that dank and dreary Saturday. scientists from around the world stood in the clutter of their cameras and gauges, shaking their heads and waiting in vain for even a brief glimpse of the eclipsed sun. As the moon’s giant shadow swept in on schedule, an eerie afternoon darkness fell over the landscape, accompanied by croaking frogs and chirping insects. Max Waldmeier (1912 – 2000) a Swiss astronomer and director of the Zurich Observatory, who had a special interest in the sun, had planned this trip to Perry for two years with his scientific team, mainly because of its statistically encouraging meteorological patterns. But after the moon’s shadow had passed, Professor Waldmeier was near tears as he helped his colleagues dismantle their heavy equipment. The April 8 eclipse, climatological records indicate little difference, from the point of view of weather from Texas to Arkansas. Throughout this area, average cloud cover in April is consistently about 60-65 percent. Clear days occur on April 8 in about 45-50 percent of the years for which records are available, and the chances of seeing the eclipsed sun at any given moment on April 8 is about 55-60 percent. Admittedly, these conditions are somewhat better than those for the Northeast United States, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada, but, surprisingly, not that much better.

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The Future Library, a project dreamed up by the Scottish artist Katie Paterson, was opened to the public in Oslo. The manuscripts penned by some of the world’s most famous living authors were delivered to “The silent room” on the top floor of the Deichman library, where they will remain for the next 90 years. Four of the Future Library’s eight authors travelled to personally slide their manuscripts into one of the 100 glass drawers in the room constructed from 100 layers of undulating carved wood. Visibly awed and clutching their manuscripts, David Mitchell, Sjón and Tsitsi Dangarembga lined up in stockinged feet – Karl Ove Knausgård was barefoot – to enter the womb-like treehouse and deposit their stories. These works will not be read or published until 2114, when the Future Library will open its drawers to the world.

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For the first time in the history of the report, the US dropped out of the top twenty happiest nations. The youth poll (30 and under) is a disaster for the US, Germany, Canada, France, Japan, and China.

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News Burst 10 April 2024 The government in Kiev has designated several circus troupes as enterprises of critical importance, whose employees will be exempt from mobilization, two lawmakers confirmed on Monday. The Traveling Circus of Ukraine and five other troupes...

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News Burst 9 April 2024 [Coincidences?] The solar eclipse is not an isolated natural phenomenon that occurs on April 8, 2024. NASA and the renowned CERN “God Particle” institute have chosen April 8 as the day to conduct some unique scientific experiments. Why is CERN...

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News Burst 8 April 2024 Explosion on Etna: a cloud of ash 5 kilometers high emitted from the Bocca Nuova crater. A strong emission of ash from the Bocca Nuova crater of the Etna volcano was observed by the INGV of Catania at 3.48pm. The phenomenon lasted about four...

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News Burst 7 April 2024 Tiny amount of radioactive iodine measured in Tromsø. The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) underlines that the levels of Iodine-131 measured pose no harm to humans nor the environment. The measurement was seen when the...

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