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Russian state TV guests openly discussed destroying Poland in just '10 minutes' with '30 to 40' nuclear weapons, ahead of European Parliament elections this weekend. 

Russian military expert Konstantin Sivkov told a discussion panel on Russia 1, a state-backed broadcaster, that in just '10 to 15 minutes, both the state of Poland and the Polish people disappear.'

The retired Russian naval officer told the broadcaster, which was sanctioned by the US in 2022 for its deep ties to the Kremlin: 'Let's look at Poland. This is the most realistic candidate which could become a small theatre of nuclear war

'Are there 20 big cities there? I don't think so. If we allocate two nuclear missiles to each city, that's only 30-40 missiles. 

'This is just a salvo from one Iskander division. In 10 to 15 mnutes, both the state of Poland and the Polish people disappear. The Polish language will also disappear.

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Footage has emerged of what is thought to be the first major use of Western-made weapons systems by Ukraine's armed forces to destroy targets on Russian soil, prompting a top Kremlin official to warn of 'fatal consequences'. It is believed the Ukrainian military struck a S-300 or S-400 air defense system using US-supplied High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) and completely destroyed it in a devastating attack yesterday. A stunning clip taken by a Russian soldier and shared to the Telegram messaging service showed a huge blaze raging in a field of Belgorod, a Russian region that borders Ukraine across the border from Kharkiv.

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The pandemic patriarch Dr. Anthony Fauci got emotional when detailing death threats against him and his children, while also insisting taxpayer dollars were not used for risky gain-of-function research in China and he never used personal email for 'official business.' His bombshell admission came before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic that has been seeking for over a year now to determine the origins of the pandemic that killed over a million Americans and millions more globally. The fast-paced hearing slowed down briefly when Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., asked Fauci about the personal toll his role on the White House Coronavirus Taskforce cost him.

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Anyone with an iPhone or Android should turn their device on and off once a week, officials say - to protect them from hackers.

The idea is to thwart 'zero-click' hacks, which involve downloading spyware onto users' phones without them ever clicking a link.

The National Security Agency (NSA) endorses the rebooting method, which temporarily deletes the massive stores of information that continuously run in the background - such as on our apps or internet browser.

The NSA has also warned that users should be wary about connecting to public WiFi networks and are advised to update their phone's software and apps regularly.

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Banana republics from across the globe have begun to feel a bit bad for the United States, and wondering if perhaps they ought to do something to help.

"It's sad. I mean we have sham trials here too, but at least we have bananas," said dictator Omar Carrillo. "I just really feel for them, you know?"

According to sources, several banana republics have begun to express concern that the corruption in America has gotten out of hand. "When we do show trials to destroy opposition candidates, we still charge them with crimes that at least exist. I mean, come on," said General Jose Cavazos. "We also at least pretend that justice was done, instead of just smirking at the press and walking away. That's so mean-spirited, right? We at least give our population false hope instead of just spitting in their faces."

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This guy CANNOT handle stairs!

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During the pandemic, the American people started to feel that Big Government was very cozy with Big Pharma.

Now we know just how close they were.

New data from the National Institutes of Health reveal the agency and its scientists collected $710 million in royalties during the pandemic, from late 2021 through 2023. These are payments made by private companies, like pharmaceuticals, to license medical innovations from government scientists.

New data from the National Institutes of Health reveal the agency and its scientists collected $710 million in royalties during the pandemic. Getty Images

Almost all that cash — $690 million — went to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the subagency led by Dr. Anthony Fauci, and 260 of its scientists.

Information about this vast private royalty complex is tightly held by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). My organization, OpenTheBooks.com, was forced to sue to uncover the royalties paid from September 2009 to October 2021, which amounted to $325 million over 56,000 transactions.

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Woke extremism is costing the struggling taxpayers of New York City in more ways than one.

Those who pay the bills in the Big Apple are on the hook for millions of dollars after three European-descent educators sued over anti-white discrimination schemes. The lawsuit was a response to an obsession by far-left city leaders with “diversity” and ending what officials view as “toxic whiteness” in education.

According to the lawsuit, the three educators — Lois Herrera, Jaye Murray, and Laura Feijoo — were demoted under the reign of then-Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. Each was replaced by an unqualified “person of color” as top officials overseeing the “education” of close to a million children pursued “diversity” uber alles.

Carranza, the race-obsessed man in charge, was reportedly working to eliminate “toxic whiteness.”  “If you draw a paycheck from DOE, get on board with my equity platform or leave,” Carranza told educators at the agency’s headquarters, according to the lawsuit. “Equity” and “diversity” are two terms used by Marxists to conceal their agenda.

Each of the affected educators will receive $700,000 from taxpayers under the terms of the settlement. The decision came in response to a judge’s ruling that the plaintiffs had indeed offered evidence of what was described as “race-based discrimination” within the Department of Education run by Carranza.

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First lady Jill Biden this week vowed that the American people are "going to see how smart" President Joe Biden is when he debates Donald Trump next month. That same day, Americans got a taste of the president's wit when he boasted about his plans to build a "60 zillion dollar bridge in Baltimore" and how "on Memorial Day, [he] proudly stood with a black man."

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Members of the Democratic Party continue to fail to understand that the more mud they fling at the former president, the dirtier they look by comparison.

On Thursday, a unanimous decision from a 12-person jury declared Donald Trump guilty on 34 felony counts, which could see the former president sentenced to 136 years in prison. There’s just one catch: the notorious Orange Man will never spend a single night behind bars. The worst that will happen for the Republican presidential frontrunner is that he will enter the race with a criminal record.

Because the crimes are nonviolent and Trump has no prior convictions, any chance of prison time is a long shot. What could happen instead is that Judge Juan Merchan could sentence him to house arrest – which would undoubtedly make ankle bracelets, much like the famous Trump ‘mug shot,’ the latest fashion accessory – probation or some other lighter form of supervised release.

Webmaster addition: I am not so sure. The Democrats are desperate. Anything can happen!

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After much speculation, President Joe Biden has given Ukraine permission to use American-made weapons to strike targets in Russia, drawing accusations that he is trying to provoke World War III ahead of the election.

The decision was reportedly “secretly” communicated to Kiev well before it was officially confirmed. A U.S. official told CNN: “The president recently directed his team to ensure that Ukraine is able to use U.S. supplied weapons for counterfire purposes in Kharkiv so Ukraine can hit back at Russian forces hitting them or preparing to hit them.”

According to Politico, Ukraine asked the U.S. to change its stance on this matter after Russia’s offensive on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-biggest city, got underway this month. The U.S. has now agreed to give Ukraine some “flexibility” in defending itself from attacks on the border.

The decision will allow Ukrainian forces to employ long-range weapons supplied by the U.S. to attack part of Russian territory near the border with the Kharkiv region. For example, they can now use rockets and rocket launchers provided by the U.S. to shoot down Russian missiles that are launched toward Kharkiv and at troops that are amassing across the Russian border near the city, as well as Russian bombers who send bombs toward Ukrainian territory.

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The European Union does not have evidence of Chinese weapons supplies to Russia, the bloc’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said at a forum in Singapore.

"China has committed not to supply arms [to Russia] and we don't have evidence that this is happening," he said, taking questions from participants in the Shangri-La Dialogue forum. "But there is not a clear border between arms and non-arms because there are things which can be dual-use," he added.

However, Borrell alleged that components made in Western countries, including the United States, Europe, and Great Britain, may be used in the production of Russian military equipment. "But the problem is not only China," he explained.

Beijing noted earlier that Washington’s shifting the blame for igniting the Ukraine conflict will not resolve the current crisis. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Wang Wenbin has refuted accusations that China has been supplying weapons to Russia. "China has always handled the export of military products in a prudent and responsible way, and strictly controls the export of dual-use articles," he emphasized.

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After Israel’s announcement on Wednesday that it had taken control of the Philadelphi Corridor along the Palestine-Egypt border, the army blockade of all borders of the Gaza Strip was reinforced, and all aid entry points were captured.

This move severs Gaza's geographical connection with Egypt, enabling the Tel Aviv administration to obstruct or restrict the entry of humanitarian aid to Gaza. The region has been experiencing a major humanitarian crisis due to ongoing attacks since Oct. 7, 2023.

The most affected by this development are the 2.3 million Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip where people are already suffering from severe food, water, and medicine shortages due to Israel's restrictions, which violate international laws and the laws of war.

According to a statement from the Gaza government’s Media Office, 2.3 million Palestinians, including 2 million who have been displaced multiple times and rely on daily aid, need more than 7 million meals per day due to Israel’s "starvation" policy.

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The Israel Defense Forces carried out massive strikes on targets in the Gaza Strip on Sunday morning, Israel’s Walla news outlet reported.

According to the media outlet, the eastern and southern neighborhoods of the city of Rafah, the city of Deir al-Balah, the southern part of Gaza City and the Al-Bureij area came under fire. In addition, Israeli missile boats attacked targets in northern Gaza.

Walla added that the Israeli army was also conducting raids against suspected terrorists in the West Bank.

Tensions flared up again in the Middle East on October 7, 2023, when militants from the Gaza Strip-based radical Palestinian movement Hamas staged a surprise attack on Israeli territory from Gaza, killing residents of Israeli border settlements and taking over 240 hostages. In response, announced a total blockade of Gaza, started carrying out strikes on targets in the Strip, as well as on certain areas in Lebanon and Syria, and launched a ground operation in the enclave. Clashes are also taking place in the West Bank.

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Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” shares a DM clip of Megyn Kelly pointing out a key detail of Judge Merchan’s running of Trump’s trial that proves he was denied due process by the details that were kept hidden from him and his lawyers.

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