Tag: 2023

At least ten killed in Mangala boat attack ☞ Eye Radio – South Sudan

“The boat started to move from Gabat around 2 PM and in fact, it happened that it stuck in the riverside and the reason was because of the shallowness of the river, when that happened, those criminals came and asked for assistance and the assistance was given to them by the passengers. – After they were given the assistance they needed, they were given money and some items, and then after moving a distance they shot at those on the boat,”

Shotgun WAS found near body of Clinton aide linked to Epstein ☞ Daily Mail – UK

“Carter said in this report that the gun landed so far from Middleton’s body [30 feet] ‘due to the recoil from the discharge and the height and angle of the ground.’ …
‘This officer didn’t find any evidence to indicate that there was anyone else present with Mr. Middleton at this scene or any evidence that there was any type of struggle and or foul play.’”

NPR Laying Off 10 Percent of Its Workforce ☞ Townhall

“NPR’s chief executive announced the network would lay off roughly 10% of its current workforce – at least 100 people – and eliminate most vacant positions. CEO John Lansing cited the erosion of advertising dollars, particularly for NPR podcasts, and the tough financial outlook for the media industry more generally.”

Belarus’ Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei died by suicide ☞ New York Post

“Long-serving Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, 64, was reported to have suffered a heart attack when he died suddenly on Nov. 26. But according to reporting by the independent Belarusian media outlet Nasha Niva, citing four unrelated sources, the liberal-leaning Makei took his own life four days after attending the summit in Armenia.”

How ‘bloodthirsty’ NY Times employees turned against their own ☞ New York Post

“And all these angry, backbiting staffers were gathering there and demanding that heads roll and the most bloodthirsty of the employees were these sort of weird tech and audio staffers and then a handful of people who wrote for like the Arts and Leisure section, and the Style section, and the magazine, which, in other words, you know, it was no one who was actually out covering any of the protests or the riots or the politics. It was just sort of like a bunch of Twitter-brained crazies kind of running wild on Slack. And the leadership was so horrified by what was happening. They just completely lost their nerve.”

Investigations By Denmark, Sweden, And Germany Into Nord Stream Blasts Are Ongoing ☞ Reuters – Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty

“The Security Council is meeting later in the day to discuss ‘sabotage’ after Moscow asked for an independent inquiry into the September attacks on the pipelines that spewed gas into the Baltic Sea. Sweden and Denmark, in whose exclusive economic zones the explosions occurred, have concluded that the pipelines carrying natural gas from Russia to Germany were blown up deliberately.”

Moscow summons US ambassador ☞ Russia Today – Russia & Former Soviet Union

“In a statement, the ministry said that it was protesting ‘the growing involvement of the United States in hostilities on the side of the Kiev regime.’ …According to the ministry, the US is ‘pumping the Ukrainian military with arms and providing it with targeting information for strikes on Russian military and civilian infrastructure.’ Such policies ‘clearly prove that assertions of the American side that the US is not a party to the conflict are inadequate and false,’”

Mystery Solved: Left-Wing Billionaire Pierre Omidyar Bankrolls Shadowy Anti-Musk Group ☞ Washington Free Beacon

“Over the past year, Accountable Tech and other groups bankrolled by Omidyar organized campaigns to pressure corporations to boycott Twitter and issued statements and op-eds denouncing Musk and calling for government investigations into the billionaire. “I wonder who funds them,” wrote Musk in May, in response to a Washington Free Beacon report about the organization’s secretiveness.”

Georgia deputy body-slams man, fractures his skull, and arrests him after mistaking him for a burglar ☞ TheBlaze

“Tyler was making movements with his hands I was unable to see due to the lack of sunlight; my blue/white lights were extremely bright as well. … Tyler again attempted to loosen my grip and tried to turn around to face me. I still have not patted Tyler down for weapons at this point. Tyler’s left hand went towards his waist band, out of my view. I then gained control of Tyler and escorted him to the ground to better control him.”

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