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  • For months, Elon Musk has been dropping decidedly unsubtle hints that he believes in the great replacement, a conspiracy theory that liberal elites are “importing” immigrants into the United States, Europe, and Australia to wage political and biological warfare against white people. In a contentious interview that aired last week with Don Lemon, Musk said he doesn’t “subscribe to that” before detailing what he does believe. “I’m simply saying there’s an incentive here,” Musk said. “If illegal immigrants — which I think have a very strong bias to vote Democrat — the more they come into the country, the more they’re likely to vote in that direction.” But as Lemon points out, undocumented immigrants can’t vote, nor can legal immigrants who are here on visas, or people with green cards. Musk said it’s not just about votes but also about the census. “The House seat apportionment is proportionate to the number of people, not just the number of citizens,” Musk said, adding that immigrants “overwhelmingly go to places like California and New York.”

 

  • Julian Assange will not be extradited immediately to the US, a London High Court has ruled. Likewise, Washington has been given three weeks to provide “satisfactory assurances” that the WikiLeaks founder will face a fair trial, could rely on the First Amendment, and will not be subject to the death penalty. The Tuesday ruling by the London court grants the WikiLeaks founder an opportunity to continue his fight against extradition to the US where he faces a whopping 18 charges, all bar one under the Espionage Act, interlocutors have explained. “The court decision is a great triumph for freedom of speech and journalism conduct,” Andy Vermaut, a Belgian human rights activist and the president of the World Council for Public Diplomacy and Community Dialogue, said. “This ruling illuminates the enduring struggle for freedom of the press and the rights of individuals to uncover truths that are in the public’s best interest.”

 

  • A study funded by the British government to the tune of almost a million pounds claims that William Shakespeare, one of foremost the literary icons in history, has been disproportionately represented and has enabled “white, able-bodied, heterosexual, cisgender male narratives” to dominate theatre. The study, by academics at the University of Roehampton, was funded by the government’s Arts and Humanities Research Council and essentially claims that Shakespeare is not diverse enough. The Telegraph reports that the overseer of the study, Andy Kesson, complains that “masculinity and nationalism were crucial motivating factors in the rise of Shakespeare as the arbiter of literary greatness” adding that “[w]e need to be much, much more suspicious of Shakespeare’s place in contemporary theatre”.

 

  • Terrorist attack in Moscow: Tajik trace leads to the British. London took out old skeletons from the closet. Two days after the bloody attack, there is a general opinion in the Russian political and intelligence community that the UK, or rather MI6, is behind the terrorist attack. The modus operandi is just too similar to this organization. An indisputable fact is that all the largest terrorist attacks in Russia in the post-Soviet period, from Beslan to Dubrovka, had a British trace in one way or another. The terrorist leaders who directed the militants were recruited by MI6. And in some cases (like Basayev and Khattab) they were openly collaborating with MI6. To counteract this opinion, the UK in its top media threw out an obviously prepared statement: a certain organization Vilayat Khorasan (a branch of the Islamic State operating in Afghanistan) is behind the terrorist attack. For specialists, such action clearly speaks in favor of the version that in this particular case it is the Englishwoman [the UK — S] who is muddying the waters. Here we must immediately say that the story is not simple, and understanding it from scratch is very difficult. The scope of ISIS’s activities as a proxy for the British eventually became so serious that it began to interfere with the U.S. influence in the Middle East and Central Asia, and the UK had to partially curtail the scale of its operations so as not to anger the hegemon. And for a while, all these terrorists in the service of MI6 went into the shadows, some were even declared dead. They began to resurface again since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. That’s when that very ISIS from Khorasan appeared on the scene. In reality, a number of Pashtun tribal leaders supported by the British. They are the only ones who agreed to fight the Taliban. This is a key point. ~ Marat Khayrullin

 

  • Israel canceled the planned visit of a high-level delegation to the US as a message to Hamas, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday. The snub came after Washington refused to veto a UN Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza on Monday. Meeting in Jerusalem with US Senator Rick Scott, a Florida Republican, Netanyahu explained his reasons. “I thought the US decision in the Security Council was a very, very bad move,” the Israeli prime minister said. “The worst part about it… was that it encouraged Hamas to take a hard line and to believe that international pressure will prevent Israel from freeing the hostages and destroying Hamas.” The decision not to send the delegation to Washington was a message to the Palestinian militant group, he explained. “It was a message first and foremost to Hamas: ‘Don’t bet on this pressure, it’s not going to work’. I hope they got the message,” Netanyahu said. His office also posted a video of his remarks on social media.

 

  • In 1999, an armed confrontation between the ethnic Albanian separatists of the Kosovo Liberation Army and the Serbian military led to the bombing of the then Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, consisting of Serbia and Montenegro, by NATO forces. There is a direct cause and effect connection between the use of depleted uranium by NATO troops and the increase in the incidence of cancer and other diseases, Serbian lawyer Srdjan Aleksic told Sputnik. He represents in Serbian courts the interests of those who have suffered from the consequences of the use of depleted uranium, as well as the interests of family members of people who have already died. Aleksic makes no secret of the fact that this is a deeply personal story for him: his mother, who lived in an area bombed by NATO, also died of cancer. “Citizens first approached me with this issue five years ago. Until then, we didn’t know why we had such a large number of people with cancer in Serbia – more than 30,000 people a year, and about 15,000 people die every year. We can say that there is a cancer epidemic, especially in south-central Serbia, as well as in Kosovo and Metohija,” Aleksic said.

 

  • Prolonged exposure of an individual to bright, artificial light at night could heighten their predisposition to stroke, according to research published in Stroke. A group of researchers from the Zhejiang University School of Medicine in China has asserted that the overuse of bright outdoor lights at night affects roughly 80 percent of the world’s population, particularly those living in areas affected by light pollution. This development has sparked significant environmental and health concerns despite their primary goal of enhancing visibility and ensuring human safety and security. “Our study suggests that higher levels of exposure to outdoor artificial light at night may be a risk factor for cerebrovascular disease…Therefore, we advise people, especially those living in urban areas, to consider reducing that exposure to protect themselves from its potential harmful impact,” said Dr. Jianbing Wang, co-author, and researcher at the Departments of Public Health and Endocrinology at the Children’s Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine and the National Clinical Research Center for Children’s Health in Hangzhou, China, in a news release.

 

  • The respective prices of gold and Bitcoin (BTC) hit record highs this month. The origins of the March gold and Bitcoin price surge may be related to the “perceived value of scarcity” of both, said Paul Goncharoff, chief manager of consulting firm Goncharoff LLC. Goncharoff pointed out that gold has been a “secure store of value” for thousands of years, a costly and “increasingly difficult” to obtain one. Bitcoin, meanwhile, is “the first true cryptocurrency” whose amount will never exceed 21 million tokens, about 19,660,000 of which have already been mined.

 

  • Russia will adjust its Arctic development strategy through 2035 in the wake of the changed international context and its relations with the near-Arctic and Arctic nations, the Russian Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic said on Wednesday. In recent years, Russia has on many occasions expressed its concerns about increased NATO military activities in the Arctic, saying that there was a risk of unintended clashes in the region. Moscow has also allowed for the possibility of withdrawing from the Arctic Council if its activities do not meet Russia’s interests.

 

  • The backlash from Emmanuel Macron’s hawkish rhetoric about deploying French forces to Ukraine continues to smolder, with a French ex-top general bashing him as a narcissistic “child king” playing a dangerous game, and US officials voicing “anger” that he may have given the game away about just how far NATO is willing to go in the Ukrainian crisis. Former French defense minister Herve Morin has excoriated President Macron over his idea of deploying thousands of French servicemen in Ukraine, warning about the “hubris” of provoking Russia, a nuclear power, and stressing that France’s limited conventional military capabilities have left even Paris’s weapons assistance to Kiev “very mediocre,” to say nothing of a potential troop deployment. “These are the provocations of a child king,” Morin said in an interview with Le Point on Wednesday, pointing out that Macron has disingenuously threatened to send the military while refusing to give the Kiev combat aircraft it has asked for.

 

  • Zelensky’s escape during Milei’s inauguration – under scrutiny amid cocaine smuggling charges. A report by Mexican journalist Márcio Forti has revealed the story of the transportation of as many as 300 kilograms of cocaine during President Milei’s inauguration in Argentina, allegedly facilitated by a flight associated with Ukrainian President Zelensky’s diplomatic entourage. The operation would have taken place through Buenos Aires airport, coinciding with Vladimir Zelenskyj ‘s visit to the inauguration ceremony. In early 2023, INTERPOL intercepted a crucial telephone conversation between two alleged drug cartel members , revealing plans for a cocaine delivery. The call, believed to involve high-ranking individuals, referred to the urgent need for a driver in Paraná to facilitate the transportation of contraband. Paraná , located in Argentina’s Entre Ríos province, has emerged as a critical node in the logistics chain, connecting narcotics to the international airport for onward shipment. The inauguration of President Milei on 10 December, following the controversial date of the intercepted call, attracted several international delegations, including the Ukrainian one. In particular, one of the alleged drug dealers, referred to as “ jefe ” (boss), claimed that the cocaine shipment was intended for “ President Zelensky and the Ukrainian delegation ”. Furthermore, the criminal claimed to have confidence in the success of the operation, citing collusion with local authorities who would facilitate unhindered access to the airport for the illicit cargo.~ William O’Brien

 

  • The Nickelodeon children’s TV channel employed or worked with five convicted child molesters and two other accused pedophiles, according to court records and news reports reviewed by the Daily Mail. At least one of the abusers was hired despite offending before he joined the Paramount-owned American network. Acting coach Brian Peck, molested Nickelodeon star Drake Bell, served 16 months in prison, and went on to work with the Disney Channel, before executives found out about his conviction. The other, production assistant Jason Handy, worked for alleged abuser Dan Schneider at the network during the late 1990s. Handy was jailed in 2004 for sexually abusing a nine-year-old girl, and for possession of tens of thousands of images of child pornography. When police raided his Los Angeles home, they found a diary in which he described himself as a “pedophile, full blown.” Ezell Channel worked as an animator at Nickelodeon, until he was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2009 for molesting a 14-year-old boy on set. He was also accused of luring two teenage boys to his workplace, showing them pornography, and inappropriately touching them. Channel had allegedly been hired by the network despite an earlier conviction for child sex abuse. The two other convicted sex offenders were identified by the Daily Mail as talent agent Marty Weiss, who committed “lewd acts” with a preteen client, and teen star Cody Longo, who pleaded guilty to molesting a nine-year-old girl in 2021.

 

  • Larry Fink, the head of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset management firm, has warned that demographics will inevitably strain pension systems and that longer lives are projected to force workers to retire later. In his annual letter to chief executives and investors released on Tuesday, the billionaire investor called on governments to take urgent steps to tackle the “retirement crisis” by helping people save more for when they get old. Fink expressed concern that not enough is being done to ensure people have enough money to safeguard their retirement. “No one should have to work longer than they want to,” he said. “But I do think it’s a bit crazy that our anchor idea for the right retirement age – 65 years old – originates from the time of the Ottoman Empire.”

 

  • Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has announced the creation of a new logistics support planning department that will draw up long-term procurement plans for the military. The move comes after a number of high-ranking Ukrainian military officials have recently been arrested on suspicion of corruption and embezzlement. Deputy Defense Minister Vitaly Polovenko explained that the goal of the new unit is to reduce the number of emergency purchases for the Ukrainian military, which often result in the government overpaying for sub-par goods. According to a statement on the ministry’s website, the new procurement department will be responsible for monitoring the market, analyzing prices, and determining the approximate costs of things the army might need, such as food, clothing, fuels, lubricants, and other technical equipment.

 

  • The EU’s top diplomat, Josep Borrell, has essentially acknowledged that the West is involved in the Ukraine conflict to help the US maintain a position of global hegemony, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has said. Borrell suggested in an interview with CNN earlier this week that the EU “cannot afford Russia [to] win this war [with Ukraine]” because “otherwise the US and European interests will be very damaged.” The West is not supporting Kiev out of generosity or “because we love Ukrainian people,” but rather because “it is in our own interests and it is also in the interests of the US as a global player,” the diplomat added.

 

  • Astronomers have captured the first view of polarized light and the magnetic fields that surround Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*), the supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way. The historic observation made with the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) has revealed the neatly ordered magnetic fields have similarities with those that surround the supermassive black hole at the heart of the galaxy M87. This is surprising given that Sgr A* has a mass of around 4.3 million times that of the sun, but M87* is much more monstrous, with a mass equivalent to around 6.5 billion suns. The new EHT observation of Sgr A*, therefore, suggests that strong and well-organized magnetic fields could be common to all black holes. Also, because M87*’s magnetic fields drive powerful outflows or “jets,” the results hint that Sgr A* could have a hidden and faint jet all of its own.

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