Headlines – 27 April, 2022

Headlines – 27 April, 2022

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Gazprom halts gas supplies to Bulgaria, Poland

Russia’s state-owned energy corporation has put it down to Sofia and Warsaw’s failure to pay for the fuel in rubles

Gazprom, Russia’s main natural gas supplier, has announced a complete halt in gas exports to Bulgaria and Poland on Wednesday after the two countries refused to make payments in rubles. According to a company statement, supplies will not resume until Sofia and Warsaw comply with the new terms.

The Russian energy giant warned that should Bulgaria and Poland start syphoning Russian transit gas intended for other countries, it will reduce supplies by the amount Sofia and Warsaw has illegally withheld.

US ready to accept neutral Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken told the Senate that neutrality or NATO is Kiev’s choice to make

Washington would not oppose Ukraine declaring itself a non-aligned, neutral country, according to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s testimony in the Senate on Tuesday. The US seeks to arm Ukraine to strengthen its hand at the negotiating table, but can’t be “more Ukrainian than the Ukrainians” and the ultimate decision will be up to Kiev, Blinken said.

The crisis in Ukraine, which Blinken visited over the weekend with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, dominated Tuesday’s hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the State Department’s 2023 budget. 

Ukraine could dissolve into several states – Moscow

Kiev’s Western backers could oversee the implosion of Ukraine, Nikolay Patrushev has warned

he policy pursued by the West and the “Kiev regime” it controls may ultimately result in Ukraine falling apart and ceasing to exist as a unified state, the secretary of Russia’s Security Council, Nikolay Patrushev, has predicted.

“Finding no positive ways to win Ukrainians over to its side, Washington, long before the 2014 coup d’etat, has been persuading Ukrainians of the supremacy of their nation and hatred toward everything Russian,” Patrushev told the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper in an exclusive interview, excerpts from which were published Tuesday.

John Mark Dougan is Back from Mariupol Ukraine Reporting From Moscow Russia on the Azovstal Standoff

Global Military Spending Tops $2 Trillion For First Time In History

Global military expenditures surpassed $2 trillion for the first time ever last year, with the United States spending more on its war-making capacity than the next nine nations combined, according to new data published Monday.

The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) reported an all-time high of $2.1 trillion in worldwide military spending for 2021, a 0.7% increase from 2020 levels and the seventh straight year of increased expenditures. 

Farm Crisis Hits Dakotas As Floods Delay Plantings, May Trigger US Food Shortage 

In the last several weeks, farmers in the Northern Plains have been battered by blizzards, winter storms, high winds, and extreme flooding. These weather phenomena have delayed farmers from plantings in high-producing crop regions. Every week plantings are delayed, the harvest yield shrinks, and this comes at a precarious time as the global food supply chain is fracturing. 

Private weather forecasters and ag specialist BAMWX warned about delayed plantings across the Northern Plains to Midwest to the Ohio Valley. Some farmers might not be able to plant until at least May as widespread above-average moisture, and widespread well below average temperatures inhibit farmers from working their fields. 

‘Everything is halted’: Shanghai shutdowns are worsening shortages

Thousands of air fryers are stuck in factories, warehouses and ports in central China, where shutdowns have stalled millions of dollars worth of inventory for Yedi Houseware, a family-run business in Los Angeles.

How quickly those backlogged appliances make it to the United States could have wide-ranging implications across the U.S. economy, as domestic manufacturers and retailers brace for another round of disruptions from recent covid-related shutdowns in Shanghai, China’s largest city.

Chinese police build CAGES around homes in world’s strictest Covid lockdown

People living in the Chinese city woke up to 2-metre tall fences outside – and they aren’t allowed to leave their homes even if they don’t have Covid

Chinese citizens have been trapped in their own homes as police built fences outside houses in the world’s strictest lockdown.

People living in Shanghai, China, woke up to green fences that had been installed by authorities overnight to restrict people’s movement as the city faces its worst coronavirus surge since the pandemic began.

Those with fences outside their homes – in a sealed area – cannot leave their properties whether or not they have the virus.

Why Didn’t RCMP Arrest Trudeau On Fraud Charges? ‘Because He Is Prime Minister’

Canadian Prime Minister has successfully dodged fraud charges related to a Caribbean holiday due to the fact he is prime minister.

Democracy is dead in Canada. It died on Justin Trudeau’s watch.

Trudeau’s Liberal government sidestepped opposition questions about an RCMP inquiry into his family vacation at the Aga Khan’s Bahamian retreat, saying on Monday that the country faces more important issues than the Prime Minister’s past ethical conduct.

Pedophile, Who identifies As A 5 Yr Old Girl, Avoids Jail Despite Breaching Order

A pedophile who claims to identify as a five-year-old girl, has avoided prison despite breaching a 2016 Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) which required him to stay away from children.

Thumb-sucking Janiel Verainer of High Street, Chatham was handed a suspended prison sentence after he admitted kissing two young children and breaching the terms of the SHPO.

Ahead of a sentencing hearing last week, Verainer’s dummy was left on the counter during a routine search at Maidstone Crown Court.

Judge Rules That Prisons Must Accommodate ‘Transgender’ Prisoners with ‘Gender-Affirming’ Surgery

A federal judge ruled on Monday that a federal prisoner is entitled to surgical procedures that will alter his body in order to accommodate his “transgender” identity.

As reported by USA Today, Judge Nancy Rosenstengel of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois ordered the United States Bureau of Prisons (BOP) to provide a surgeon who will perform the operation for a prisoner going by the name of Christina Iglesias, a man who believes that he is a woman. The decision ended a case that has lasted for three years.

World Bank Suggests Banning Motor Vehicles

The World Bank is suggesting an end to the sale of motor vehicles in the latest psychotically authoritarian “Great Reset” scheme from the globalist elite.

Climate economist Baron Nicholas Stern, an influential British elite, spoke at the World Bank’s “Financing Climate Action” summit on Apr. 21 where he made his Draconian anti-human proposal.

“The right kind of policies have to be put in place, including the abolition of fossil fuel subsidies, the advancement of carbon pricing, but clarity on timescales for decentralization of the grid, clarity on timescales for stopping the sale of internal combustion engine vehicles, and so on—making sure the sense of direction is clear in those ways,” said Stern, who worked as the World Bank’s top economist from 2000 through 2003.

“Meltdown”: Bank Of America Sounding The Alarm On Collapsing Freight Demand

Trucking demand is “near freight recession levels,” according to Bank of America. Shippers’ outlook on rates, capacity and inventory levels are matching attitudes not seen since May and June 2020, when pandemic lockdowns sent freight volumes into a historic decline.

As FreightWaves reports, in a Friday note to investors, Ken Hoexter (available to Zero Hedge professional subscribers), the managing director of Bank of America’s trucking research, wrote that shippers’ view of demand is down 23% year-over-year. The proprietary Truckload Demand Indicator hit 58 — the lowest since June 2020. 

Vaccinated Suffering 5X to 25X More Risk Of Heart Inflammation Than Unvaccinated

very war produces casualties and Technocracy’s war on humanity is no exception, except for the fact that 98 percent of the population does not even recognize that we are in a war in the first place. mRNA injections have utterly failed and are killing thousands but authorities are still doing nothing to stop the carnage. ⁃ TN Editor

Heart inflammation requiring hospital care was more common among people who received COVID-19 vaccines than those who did not, according to a new study of tens of millions of Europeans.

Rates of myocarditis or pericarditis, two types of heart inflammation, are above the levels in an unvaccinated cohort, pegged at 38 per 100,000 after receipt of a second dose of a vaccine built on messenger RNA (mRNA) technology in males aged 16 to 24—the group studies have shown are most at risk of the post-vaccination condition—researchers with health agencies in Finland, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway found.

Fiction Disguised as Science to Promote Hatred

Disinformation Must Be Called Out

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Fiction Disguised as Science to Promote Hatred

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Resist the Carrot: The Steady Slide Into a Cashless Society

As the summer season approaches, many parks and entertainment venues, such as Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio, are reminding patrons that they will not be allowed to use cash at their venues.  Coming off the heels of nonsensical and unconstitutional lockdown measures, it seems our descent into a cashless world is still on track, and may even be ahead of schedule.

Shops, theaters, stadiums and restaurants across the country are moving to exclusively “contactless payment methods,” a term so grossly Orwellian it should raise concerns.  After all, customers are still touching their platinum credit cards to pay for snacks at convenience stores.

WOKE CATHOLICS: Cancelling the 10 Commandments

Pope Francis plants another tree and gets all hot and bothered over climate change again.

In this episode of The Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt discusses the cancellation of Christianity in America, especially on Catholic college campuses.

Last month, Michael was disinvited to speak at the Catholic university from which several members of his own family – including his father – have graduated. Michael Matt and Michael Knowles of the Daily Wire were both disinvited lest they should offend the LBGTQ+ community at St. Thomas University.

DEVELOPING: Japanese encephalitis outbreak in Australia detected in dozens of pig farms, pork supply set to plunge, Never seen this far south

Experts say Japanese encephalitis will impact pork supply as infected piggeries experience production losses of up to 80 percent. There are now 30 New South Wales piggeries affected by the mosquito-borne virus and 11 people have been infected, with three deaths nationwide according to a new report.

Japanese encephalitis is endemic in other parts of the world, but it has never been seen this far south in Australia. NSW Department of Primary Industries chief veterinary officer Sarah Britton said it had been a stressful time for pig producers. “They have had huge impacts on production — up to 60 to 80 percent of production impacted in some sites,” she said. 

Fears of recession and inflation grip Wall Street, Dow plummets -809, Beginning of sorrows?

Stocks fell Tuesday as a steep decline in technology stocks deepened Wall Street’s losses after a brutal start to 2022. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed with a loss of 809 points Tuesday, falling 2.4 percent. The Nasdaq composite closed with a loss of 4 percent and the S&P 500 index fell 2.8 percent by the closing bell

Following a year of stellar gains, all three indexes have fallen since the start of the year as investors brace for the continued war in Ukraine, high inflation, and the Federal Reserve’s attempts to cool off-price growth to cut into corporate profits. Tech stocks that made up much of the market’s massive gains last year are among the leading forces behind the steady decline across Wall Street.

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