The Welsh Government says it can't stop hate preacher appearing in Wales

WALES - Mark Drakeford (Welsh First Minister) has said he "regrets" that a hate preacher will be able to perform in Wales. He said despite the Welsh Government having a 50% stake in the International Convention Centre in Newport it does not have any say over who appears there. Franklin Graham was originally booked to appear at the Newport venue in June 2020 but that event was cancelled by ICC Wales after a number of people including Newport MS Jayne Bryant and LGBTQ+ charity Pride Cymru raised concerns over his views.

UK could be attacked in seconds with Satan 2 nuke

RUSSIA - A massive nuclear missile dubbed "Satan 2" could destroy the United Kingdom in seconds, a Russian state TV host has said. The Satan 2, technically an RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, weighs 20 tons and has a range of 11,000 miles. It travels at hypersonic speeds of 16,000mph and can be armed with up to 15 nuclear warheads, the Express reports. Russian President Vladamir Putin called the Satan 2 a "truly unique weapon" that will "reliably ensure Russia's security from external threats and provide food for thought for those who, in the heat of frenzied aggressive rhetoric, try to threaten our country". Ian Williams, a fellow at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies think tank said the Satan 2 was "probably the most destructive single weapon on earth". Speaking to The Telegraph, he added: “It could destroy 10 cities with one missile" as the warheads it carries can be "independently targeted".

 
German Air Force Defense Center leaves Fort Bliss USA

GERMANY - The German Air Force Defense Center at Fort Bliss is leaving after almost 66 years and relocating back to Germany. The GAFADC will be deactivated on June 30. In the future, German Air Defense personnel will be trained at the new Air Defense Training Center in Husum, Germany. “It was not the plan to leave. Time changes, the crisis in Europe is there and that is why unfortunately we have to leave. We have to face war in Europe because of the Ukraine crisis" said Lieutenant Colonel Ingo Sharschmidt the commander of the German Air Force Defense Center at Fort Bliss.

 
Germany Blames Russia for causing “Brutal Hunger”

GERMANY - German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is now blaming Russia for causing “brutal hunger” even though her country was the one that blocked Russia from trading agricultural products in the first place. Baerbock made these absurd comments at a recent G7 meeting with Canada, France, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Cutting Off Russian Gas Would Be "Catastrophic"

EUROPE - Almost two months after Europe rushed to declare it would impose unprecedented sanctions on Russia in response to Putin's invasion of Ukraine with no regard for how such sanctions would boomerang and cripple its own economies, the old continent which was and still remains hostage to Russian energy exports, is finally grasping the underlying math which was all too clear to Vladimir Putin long ago. The European Union’s executive arm said yesterday that the currency bloc’s economy would expand about 0.2% this year, with inflation topping 9%, as governments struggled to replace the imports. And in typical European fashion, the messaging is full of confusion, with guidance for companies as one thing while the propaganda disseminated for public consumption totally different, all the while the biggest winner remains Putin and Russia which yesterday reported a new record high in its current account.

 
Americans Don’t Want War With Russia But…

USA - Since the conflict in Ukraine and Russia began, high-profile elites have demanded that the United States back Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky with finances, food, weaponry, and even the threat of war against Vladimir Putin, but this is out of step with the will of the people. A majority of Americans do not want the US to go to war with Russia over Ukraine. Recent polling from The Washington Post and ABC News suggests that 72 percent of US adults “oppose the United States taking direct military action against Russian forces.”

New Documentary Claims Mother Teresa Had A Much Darker Side

VATICAN - A new documentary claims that Mother Teresa had a much darker side. The three-part Sky documentary titled Mother Teresa: For The Love Of God claims that the Nobel Peace Prize winner was not all that she seemed. After a 1969 BBC documentary of her work was shown to the world, Mother Teresa became an overnight celebrity as she was greeted by the likes of Princess Diana and President Ronald Reagan.

UK Monkeypox alert

UK - Four more people have been diagnosed with monkeypox in the UK, bringing the total number of cases in the latest outbreak to seven. All four new patients are gay or bisexual men who were infected in London and had no travel links to Africa, health chiefs have confirmed after MailOnline broke the news earlier today. Two are known to each other but have no connection to any of the previous cases, in a sign the virus is spreading in the community for the first time. Nurses and doctors are being advised to stay 'alert' to patients who present with a new rash. Monkeypox is often mistaken for more common rash illnesses like chickenpox, measles, scabies and syphilis, which makes it difficult to diagnose early. The rare tropical disease, which causes flu-like symptoms and blisters on the skin, is caused by a virus spread by monkeys, rats, squirrels and other small mammals.

 
Lake Mead: Drought's devastating effects on US's largest reservoir

USA - Astonishing DailyMail.com photos lay bare the devastating effects of severe drought conditions on Lake Mead in Nevada. Decaying carp and catfish now lie on the dry, cracked earth where only a few months ago boats and pleasure craft were setting out from a busy launch area on the country's largest man-made lake. The water level of the reservoir is now just 1,052ft above sea level, compared to 1,085ft in January last year, with every foot drop representing roughly 30ft of lost shoreline.

The Battle For Control Of Your Mind

UK - In his classic dystopian novel 1984, George Orwell famously wrote, “If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — for ever.” This striking image served as a potent symbol for totalitarianism in the 20th Century. But as Caylan Ford recently observed, with the advent of digital health passports in the emerging biomedical security state, the new symbol of totalitarian repression is “not a boot, but an algorithm in the cloud: emotionless, impervious to appeal, silently shaping the biomass.”

Sri Lanka to run out of oil today

SRI LANKA - “We have run out of petrol … At the moment, we only have petrol stocks for a single day,” said newly elected Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe. On Twitter, Wickremesinghe warned his fellow Sri Lankans that they would face the “most difficult” time of their lives. “The next couple of months will be the most difficult ones of our lives. I have no desire to hide the truth and to lie to the public. Although these facts are unpleasant and terrifying, this is the true situation,” wrote Wickremesinghe. Sri Lanka’s electrical grid is primarily fueled by oil, and according to Wickremesinghe, there could be rolling 15-hour blackouts every day for the country’s population of 21 million. Protests have been raging across Sri Lanka for nearly a month.

 
The US Can't Make Enough Fuel

USA - From record gasoline prices to higher airfares to fears of diesel rationing ahead, America’s runaway energy market is disquieting both US travelers and the wider economy. But the chief driver isn’t high crude prices or even the rebound in demand: It’s simply too few refineries turning oil into usable fuels. More than 1 million barrels a day of the country’s oil refining capacity — or about 5% overall — has shut since the beginning of the pandemic. Elsewhere in the world, capacity has shrunk by 2.13 million additional barrels a day, energy consultancy Turner, Mason & Co estimates. And with no plans to bring new US plants online, even though refiners are reaping record profits, the supply squeeze is only going to get worse. “We are on the razor’s edge,” said John Auers, executive vice president at Turner, Mason & Co in Dallas. “We’re ripe for a potential supply crisis.”

 
Texas: Six Generators Fail Amid Sweltering Temps

USA - The Texas grid operator this weekend asked residents to conserve power after six generators failed. “We’re asking Texans to conserve power when they can by setting their thermostats to 78-degrees or above and avoiding the usage of large appliances (such as dishwashers, washers and dryers) during peak hours between 3 pm and 8 pm through the weekend.” Texas grid operator ERCOT said in a statement. ERCOT manages electric power to more than 26 million Texas customers and represents 90% of the state’s electric load, according to the company. Temperatures soared into the 90s with a triple-digit heat index in parts of Texas this weekend.

 
Eight Years Ago: US-NATO Installed a Neo-Nazi Government in Ukraine

UKRAINE - This was my assessment in the immediate wake of the EuroMaidan Coup in February 2014: “The World is at a dangerous crossroads: The structures and composition of this proxy government installed by the West do not favor dialogue with the Russian government and military. A scenario of military escalation leading to confrontation of Russia and NATO is a distinct possibility. The Ukraine’s National Security and National Defense Committee (RNBOU) which is controlled by Neo-Nazis plays a central role in military affairs.

Zimbabwe: Food Shortage Fears Grow

ZIMBABWE - Massive flocks of the red-billed quelea bird — a notorious African crop pest — have decimated grain harvests across farms in western Zimbabwe in recent weeks, causing fears of a local food shortage in the near future, the online newspaper New Zimbabwe reported Monday. “Farmers in Umguza and Bubi farming areas in Matebeleland North province are struggling to contain a massive outbreak of quelea birds which are feasting on their crops, mainly small grains,” the publication reported on May 16. Zimbabwe’s recent food shortages are noteworthy because the nation was previously known as the breadbasket of Africa before the devastating rule of Robert Mugabe, who occupied the nation’s office of the prime minister from 1980 to 1987 and the nation’s office of the presidency from 1987 to 2017. Mugabe’s nearly 40-year rule over Zimbabwe’s government was characterized by extreme mismanagement and corruption.

 
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