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- An investment firm directed by President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden was a leading financial backer of a pandemic tracking and response firm that collaborated on identifying and isolating deadly pathogens in Ukrainian laboratories, receiving funds from the Obama administration’s Department of Defense in the process. Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP) – a subsidiary of the Hunter Biden and Christopher Heinz-founded Rosemont Capital – counted both Biden and Heinz as managing directors. Heinz is the stepson of former U.S. Secretary of State and current Climate czar John Kerry. In July 2021, The National Pulse exclusively revealed the connection between Metabiota, Hunter Biden, and the pandemic-linked EcoHealth Alliance which worked closely with Anthony Fauci’s National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) and the notorious Wuhan laboratory.
- Russia has given “hostile” countries a March 31 deadline to begin payments for natural gas imports in rubles. The new currency-switch rule will affect countries that imposed economic sanctions on the nation and froze its foreign currency reserves. This particularly concerns some EU countries that rely heavily on Russian energy supplies. Russia says Europe will not get free gas if countries refuse to pay in rubles. “We are not going to supply gas for free, this is clear,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday. When asked whether gas would be turned off for non-payers, Peskov replied: “No payment, no gas.” He added, however, that Russia is yet to make a final decision on how to respond should European countries refuse to pay in the Russian currency. The European Commission has said it plans to cut EU dependency on Russian gas by two-thirds this year and end its reliance on Russian supplies “well before 2030.” However, economists say it’s not easy to replace the 1,550 terawatt-hours of Russian gas delivered to the EU in 2021. Europe cannot replace the supply shortfall quickly; it will need to curb demand. Meanwhile, increased liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports in an already tight global LNG market would place immense upside pressure on prices. This would be a major hit to the European economy, which is already suffering from sky-high energy prices. A prolonged halt in supply of Russian gas would come at a cost for the EU and might even result in some countries that are more exposed to Russian gas fluctuations, like Italy and Germany, having to take emergency measures. German chancellor Olaf Scholz has warned that a ban on Russian energy imports would trigger an economic recession across Europe. So far, the EU and G7 nations have rejected Russia’s demand to switch their payments for gas to rubles. Russia said it will not provide free gas supplies, suggesting that it is ready to shut off the taps. If that happens Moscow would lose between €200 million to €800 million each day of the embargo. However, Russia could redirect some of the gas to Asia. Europe would likely face an economic crisis not seen since WWII, as soaring energy prices would send the region’s economies into recession. So, who will blink first? Place your bets.
- As the British royal family gathered at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday to pay their respects to the Queen Elizabeth II’s late husband, Prince Philip, some of them were reportedly “dismayed” at how Prince Andrew had placed himself “front and centre” at the memorial service, reported the Daily Mail. Furthermore, the congregation looked on as Prince Andrew escorted his mother to her front-row position, while it had reportedly been expected that this would be entrusted to the Dean of Westminster. The Duke of York’s role at the event had caused “consternation” among senior royals, including Charles, Prince of Wales, the heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, and the Duke of Cambridge, a family source was cited as saying by the outlet.
- [ We Do Have A Plan ] Pelosi, even as she states that democracy itself is at risk. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stated that American democracy itself is on the ballot and fears for its future if Democrats lose control of Congress in the upcoming midterms. In an interview on Monday with Time’s Molly Ball during a celebration of the Toner Prize for Political Reporting, Pelosi stated that it is “absolutely essential for our democracy that we win. I fear for our democracy if Republicans ever get the gavel. Democracy is on the ballot in November. I don’t have any intention of the Democrats losing Congress in November,” the speaker said. “We do have a plan, we have a vision of victory. We have a plan to get it done. We are going to own the ground.”
- The Russian Ministry of Defence on 24 March presented new evidence that Ukraine was involved in bioweapons research, revealing that President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, funded the Pentagon’s military biological programme in Ukraine via the investment fund Rosemont Seneca. Will the US media and justice machine step in to investigate the matter? “US presidents seem to get away with a lot, as long as the so-called Military-Industrial-Counter-Intelligence-Media-Academia-Think Tank complex (MICIMATT) is behind them”, says Retired US Air Force Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, a former analyst for the US Department of Defence. “The FBI Hunter Biden laptop cover-up lasted for over two years. If the Ukrainian biolabs are destroyed or cleaned up without incident, I expect this story will be memory-holed for longer than that”. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland on 8 March told US senators that “bioresearch facilities” in Ukraine actually exist, while a 2010 BioPrepWatch article preserved in web archives and the US Armed Forces’ Counterproliferation Centre confirmed that America had maintained bioresearch cooperation with Kiev since 2005.
- The Scandinavian country’s Defence Minister Morten Bødskov suggested that the Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania need a “particularly marked presence” in addition to allied troops already present on a rotating basis, and said Denmark was waiting for a formal request from NATO. Denmark has prepared an entire battalion to bolster NATO’s eastern flank and is ready to deploy it, should the alliance request it, the country’s Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen has announced.
- After a rigorous study of New Horizons photographs of Pluto’s surface, NASA astronomers have concluded that two large mounds on the dwarf planet are cryovolcanoes that were recently active. Their findings were published in Nature on Tuesday. The two volcanoes are massive: Wright Mons is roughly 3 miles high and 90 miles wide, while Piccard Mons is about 4 miles high and 150 miles wide, rivaling the largest volcanoes on Earth, which is five times larger than the distant, icy world. Cryovolcanoes are unique phenomena that exist in the coldest parts of the solar system, where ice, ammonia, and methane can exist in solid or liquid form.
- The head of US forces in Europe has said he is not aware of a program to train Ukrainian soldiers in Poland, after President Joe Biden appeared to suggest such a mission was underway while clarifying a previous gaffe made last week. Speaking to lawmakers during a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on Tuesday, General Tod Wolters – the commander of the US European Command (EUCOM) and NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Europe – insisted there is no training mission in Poland “at this time.”
- Britain and other Western nations are using economic sanctions to cripple the Russian economy and punish President Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine, seeking to press him to abandon what he calls a special military operation to demilitarize and “denazify” Ukraine. “What we know is that Russia signed up to multiple agreements they simply don’t comply with. So there needs to be hard levers. Of course, sanctions are a hard lever. Those sanctions should only come off with a full ceasefire and withdrawal, but also commitments that there will be no further aggression. And also, there’s the opportunity to have snapback sanctions if there is further aggression in future. That is a real lever that I think can be used,” Truss said. The British government says it has so far imposed sanctions on banks with total assets of 500 billion pounds ($658.65 billion) and oligarchs and family members with a net worth of more than 150 billion pounds.
- Germany will see its major industries like steel, chemicals and paper shut down in a matter of weeks if it’s left without gas, oil and coal from Russia, the country’s top industrial unions have said. The heads of IG Metall, IGBCE and IG Bau unions held a joint press-conference in Berlin on Tuesday to warn about the potential fallout of the German government’s push to cut reliance of Russian energy in response to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. “Exploding energy prices, but above all a possible gas embargo, would hit energy-intensive industry – the mother of the industrial network – hard,” Michael Vassiliadis, president of Germany’s IGBCE chemical workers union, pointed out. “The consequences would not only be reduced work hours and job losses, but also the rapid collapse of the industrial production chains in Europe – with worldwide consequences,” he added.
- One of the former CIA officers who signed a letter claiming stories about a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden were disinformation says he helped swing the 2020 election from former President Donald Trump. “I take special pride in personally swinging the election away from Trump,” John Sipher, who served for decades as a senior operations officer at the CIA, wrote in a recent post on Twitter. “I lost the election for Trump? Well then I fell [sic] pretty good about my influence,” he also wrote.
- Federal health minister Karl Lauterbach has expressed fears about a wave of unvaccinated Ukrainian refugees entering Germany. Lauterbach joined other public officials in voicing concern over “huge vaccination gaps” amongst Ukrainians. Only around 35 per cent of Ukrainians have had a COVID-19 jab and many were given the Chinese Sinovac version, which isn’t recognized in Germany. “We will talk about how we can provide health care to the people who have fled to us from Ukraine,” Lauterbach told public broadcaster ZDF. “This includes the Vaccination.” Lauterbach’s suggestion that vaccination may become a condition of providing asylum would correlate with his previous support for mandatory vaccinations for Germans.
- Hackers breached the Ronin network used for the Axie Infinity blockchain-based game, stealing more than $620 million in ether and $25.5 million in stablecoins. The attack, which happened March 23, was discovered Tuesday morning, the company said. Sky Mavis said it was working with “various government agencies to ensure the criminals get brought to justice.”
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[Always “rules for thee but not for me”] World Economic Forum report: “90% of all coastal areas will be affected by rising sea levels due to climate change.”
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A company called Capsula Mundi is experimenting with a unique burial method that effectively turns the deceased into a tree.
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São Jorge Island (Azores) Volcano-Seismic
The seismic swarm continues with the first occurrence of a widely felt magnitude 4 quake last night at 9:56 pm local time, the strongest so-far in the current swarm. The quake was about 10 times larger than the previous largest-so-far quake, a magnitude 3.3 event at 6.41 pm on 19 March. While the numbers of quakes has been lower in the past few days, it should be taken into account that last night’s quake accounts for approximately the same seismic energy as all quakes during the past 7 days combined. This is because magnitude is a logarithmic scale: one magnitude 4 earthquake is approx. equivalent to 30 quakes of magnitude 3, or 1,000 magnitude 2 events. Whether this marks a shift in the underlying processes, and whether it is tectonic in origin or caused by magmatic processes or a combination of both, remains unclear. There were no damages reported by the magnitude 4 earthquake, but authorities and local population remain alarmed because the potential of stronger quakes and/or a volcanic eruption in the near future remains real.
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