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  • According to Klaus Schwab’s right-hand-man Noah Yuval Harari, the WEF now commands the technology to become the “worst totalitarian regime in history” and completely eliminate every last human in the world who opposes the globalist agenda of the elite. As Harari explains, the elite will view the disposal of non-compliant humans in the same way they view recycling – it’s ethical and vital for the survival of our planet. Yuval Noah Harari has emerged from the shadows to brag about the new technology developed by WEF scientists which he warns has the power to destroy every human in the world by transforming them into transhuman entities. ~ The People’s Voice, Baxter Dmitry

 

  • The New York Times editorial board called on President Joe Biden to drop out of the 2024 presidential race, in a move likely to fuel a raging debate over his fitness to serve that was sparked by his stumbling performance on the debate stage Thursday. “Mr. Biden has been an admirable president. Under his leadership, the nation has prospered and begun to address a range of long-term challenges, and the wounds ripped open by Mr. Trump have begun to heal,” the editorial board wrote in a column published Friday. “But the greatest public service Mr. Biden can now perform is to announce that he will not continue to run for re-election.”

 

  • A prolific citizen journalist in Rome has reportedly been raided and by the Carabinieri (police for the Ministry of Defense) and accused of ‘spreading racist ideas’ on social media. Antonio Mastantuono, who up until June 13th ran @RadioGenoa on X – which frequently shared videos of illegal migration into Europe, explained in a GoFundMe to pay for his legal expenses, that he has been “falsely criminally accused of owning some extremist sites and spreading racist ideas.” According to X user Wall Street Silver @WallStreetSilv, Mastantuono “was doxxed by left wing media on Dutch TV in May,” after which “many left wing activists have been making false reports to the police about him to try to shut down his reports about illegal migrants in Europe.

 

  • Amazon’s rival to Elon Musk’s Starlink, Project Kuiper, is running into delays. The company now anticipates Kuiper’s first batch of low-Earth satellites will be launched late in 2024, versus the early projection of the first half of this year. Customer testing is not expected until 2025. “We expect to ship our first completed production satellites this summer, and we’re targeting our first full-scale Kuiper mission for Q4 aboard an Atlas V rocket from ULA [United Launch Alliance]. We will continue to increase our rates of satellite production and deployment heading into 2025, and we remain on track to begin offering service to customers next year,” Amazon wrote in a blog post on Thursday.

 

  • On Friday, Iranians went to the polls to elect a new President to replace the late Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash last month. Regardless of who secures the presidency in Iran, be it reformist candidate ex-health minister Masoud Pezeshkian or conservative former nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili, Iran is likely to continue improving relations with Asia and continue its ascension on the world stage. “I think the declining West inevitably means a rising Iran,” Mohammed Marandi, a professor of English literature and Orientalism at the University of Tehran said. “And so we’re gonna have a very different West Asia and Iran’s allies continue to be on the rise. So, regardless of who wins the presidency, I think that in the coming years, Iran is going to have great opportunities.”

 

  • Another potential whistleblower has come forward claiming he was fired for filing a complaint that Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner planes were built unsafely. The complaints were filed Wednesday by lawyers for Richard Cuevas, a mechanic at Strom, a contractor for Boeing’s manufacturing partner, Spirit Aerosystems. Cuevas says he witnessed improperly drilled holes in the nose portions of 787 planes at a facility in Kansas in 2023. According to the mechanic, the observed gaps could “compromise power and air pressure on the planes, creating serious risks for the safety of passengers”. on board” and potentially lead to a “catastrophe.”

 

  • Germany’s flagship airline Lufthansa has announced a surcharge of up to €72 ($77) for plane tickets, as it seeks to offset the cost of complying with new EU rules on using more expensive sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). According to the company statement issued this week, the levy will be applied to all tickets issued by June 26 and for departures starting from January 1, 2025 onwards. The additional cost will be applied to flights departing from any of the EU’s 27 member states, as well as the UK, Norway and Switzerland, Lufthansa said. All flights sold or operated by Lufthansa Group, which owns airlines including Lufthansa, Eurowings, Swiss and Edelweiss Air, and Austrian Airlines, will be subject to the charge.

 

  • India’s drug regulator has carried out inspections at hundreds of pharmaceutical plants after cough syrup produced in the country and exported worldwide was linked to the deaths of dozens of children. The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) has conducted “risk-based inspections” at more than 400 pharmaceutical manufacturing units over the past year and a half, agency chief Rajeev Raghuvanshi revealed at an industry event on Thursday. Some 36% of these were closed down, he added. “These [micro, small and medium enterprises] had to shut down as they realized that they cannot meet the expectations of the regulators,” said Raghuvanshi.

 

  • The history of relations between Western countries and Africa demonstrates that Western unity isn’t that obvious when it comes to the continent. The EU doesn’t have a single policy in regard to Africa, let alone a coordinated EU-US policy in the region or a common strategy within the G7. After Brexit, the EU lost the UK as an important center of power which largely determined Brussels’ Africa policy. France, which in the absence of the UK tried to become the EU’s “main authority on Africa,” suffered a series of painful defeats in the Sahel, and its Africa policy faced a systemic crisis. Germany, which had shown interest in developing contacts with Africa in the late 2010s, reduced its diplomatic activity in the region due to internal problems and the economic crisis. In this situation, Italy – the EU’s southern border which is historically and economically tied to North Africa – has attempted to activate its policy and seek a more prominent role on the continent in light of the problems faced by its G7 and EU partners.

 

  • Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who led “Operation Crossfire Hurricane” designed to bring down President Trump, was an undercover CIA agent planted in the bureau by CIA director John Brennan. Intellihub reports: “Peter Strzok has been covertly operating as the Section Chief of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Counterespionage Group during his secret 24 year tenure with the agency while masquerading as Deputy Assistant Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Counterintelligence Division where he was in charge of investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server along with the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. The bombshell information published first on BrassBalls.blog reveals that the “joint CIA/FBI position was created by Congress in 1996” which allowed Strzok to hold both posts.

 

  • After a seven-year journey OSIRIS-REx mission successfully returned samples from the asteroid Bennu, with specimens sent to research laboratories across the world. A new study published in Meteoritics and Planetary Science reveals the first findings from the samples—and there were some surprises for the Curtin University researchers. OSIRIS-REx Sample Analysis Team member Associate Professor Nick Timms from Curtin’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences said unlike meteorites which have fallen to Earth, the material collected from Bennu have been kept in pristine condition and haven’t been contaminated by Earth’s atmosphere or biosphere. “Analyses show Bennu is among the most chemically primitive materials known, similar in composition to the visible surface of the sun,” Associate Professor Timms said. Analysis of the samples confirmed the presence of various components previously thought to be present, such as hydrated phyllosilicates (a type of mineral which forms in the presence of water) and carbon-rich material.

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