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A new technical proposal by Chinese scientists for conventional computers breaks the speed record of Sycamore, Google's quantum computer!! Sycamore is the most powerful quantum computer currently owned by Google. Due to the peculiarity of qubits, its basic units of information, it is capable of solving a task in 200 seconds that would take a conventional supercomputer 10,000 years to complete. Because of this, Google claims that Sycamore has “quantum supremacy,” a formal concept of computing that describes quantum computing systems that are capable of performing processes that are impossible not only for certain conventional computers, but for any traditional computing system.
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House Democrats emerged from a critical private meeting on Joe Biden's future sullen, scrambled and downcast - as though they just got out of a funeral procession. 

The summer heat beat down on dejected Democrats as they exited a secretive closed-door meeting where it appears there was no agreement made about Biden's future at the top of the 2024 ticket. 

Not a single Democrat who emerged from the hour-long session indicated that there was consensus on whether Biden, 81, has the full backing of the caucus at his age over a week since his disastrous debate. 

One lawmaker admitted to DailyMail.com there were major disagreements inside at the meeting over whether Biden has the health and wherewithal to secure the nomination.

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When you are creeping out on a very high tree limb, everything may seem fine until suddenly the limb snaps and disaster strikes.  I think that is a perfect metaphor for what we are facing as a country.  Our politicians in Washington have artificially propped up our economy for years by piling up 34 trillion dollars in debt, and the “experts” at the Federal Reserve have artificially propped up the financial markets for years by pumping trillions upon trillions of dollars that they created out of thin air into the system.  But now we are so far out on a limb that there is no way back, and there is no safety net below.  Ultimately, our fate will be the same as this guy…
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The CDC has issued an urgent dengue fever warning after 41 travelers in New Jersey were sickened with the mosquito-transmitted virus.

Cases of dengue are currently at an all-time high across North, Central, and South America, the CDC said.

The 41 New Jersey residents were infected while traveling as of July 2, the CDC said. No cases of dengue have been locally transmitted in the state.

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A court in Russia ordered the arrest of the widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny during a hearing on Tuesday that was conducted in absentia as part of a sweeping Kremlin crackdown on the opposition.

Yulia Navalnaya, who lives abroad, would face arrest if and when she returns to Russia.

Moscow's Basmanny District Court ruled to arrest Navalnaya on charges of alleged involvement in an extremist group.

Navalny, the fiercest political foe of Russian President Vladimir Putin, died in February in an Arctic penal colony while serving a 19-year sentence on extremism charges that he had condemned as politically motivated.

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The devastation of Germany by total warfare during World War II cast serious doubt on Germany’s postwar ability to survive. Never before in history had a nation’s life-sustaining resources been so thoroughly demolished. Returning from victory in Europe, Gen. Omar Bradley stated, “I can tell you that Germany has been destroyed utterly and completely.”[1]

Despite soothing words from Allied leaders at the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences, it soon became evident to the Germans that the Allies did not arrive as liberators. Instead, the Allies arrived as conquerors as vengeful, greedy and ruthless as any who had ever won a war. This article documents the plundering and destruction of Germany that continued after the end of World War II.

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The United States and its satellites are making attempts to whip up war hysteria and demonize Russia while pushing for militarism and expansionism at a NATO summit, Russian Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov said on Tuesday.

"The first day of the NATO summit reaffirmed the aggressive nature of the alliance. The United States and its allies continued to preach militarism and military expansion. Western countries disguised as democracies have once again demonstrated their desire to impose authoritarian orders based on rules beneficial to the `golden billion’ around the world," the Russian Embassy quoted Antonov as saying on its Telegram channel.

"Many states of the global majority face the aggressive policy of the collective West on a daily basis and have experienced first hand the tricks of the neocolonizers: since you have a weak man before you, kick him, then demand territories for military bases from him, get him into military blocs, influence his domestic and foreign policies," the diplomat maintained. "And if someone resists, then you can send troops to impose your will by force of arms," he continued, referring to former Yugoslavia as a case in point.

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President Joe Biden avoided a near disastrous slip-up during his welcome speech to NATO leaders on Tuesday as the eyes of the world watched him to judge his fitness to serve four more years in the White House.

The president, visibly reading from the teleprompter, read a three-word instruction to himself as he awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg - but was saved from utter embarrassment by the audience applause. 

'Ask the military aide,' Biden said while preparing to award Stoltenberg the nation's highest civilian honor.

Biden then quickly caught himself, while the crowd drowned up the flub with cheers.

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The Baltic Sea, our vulnerable inland sea, is one of the most trafficked, fragile and polluted seas in the world. On top of numerous environmental problems, rapidly increasing military threats are present in the Baltic Sea.

In addition to the increasing number of permanent troops in the Baltic Sea Region, the number of war exercises has increased. The number of participants and participating countries has also increased. The nature of the exercises has also changed. Before, mainly crisis management was exercised. Nowadays also heavily armed and well equipped troop clashes are simulated, as well as nuclear warfare. Furthermore, the number of airspace violations and dangerous close by flights escalated in the summer of 2017.

Military exercises that include thousands and even tens of thousands of participants, and that are arranged several times a year by both western countries and Russia, dramatically add to the tensions between the western countries and Russia and contribute to the environmental pollution in the area. The exercises are a threat to world peace and a waste of valuable resources which should be used to tackle existing and future environmental challenges.

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Germany and eight other countries on the Baltic Sea aim to jointly procure naval mines, German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius said on Tuesday, as Russia is taking an increasingly assertive stance in the Baltic Sea region.

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Washington, Pistorius said Russia had been challenging the borders in the Baltic Sea time and again.

"Just recently we have seen how Russia tries to extend Russian territorial waters outside Kaliningrad. We are all unmistakably clear that we will not allow such advances," he said.

"To that end, we need the necessary capabilities for deterrence and defence, one of them being naval mines."

Pistorius was referring to an incident in May when Estonia blamed Russian border guards for removing navigation buoys from the Estonian side of the Narva River separating the two countries.

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He covers a wide range of topics, often delving into controversial and critical views on current events and historical incidents. You can follow him on X at @WRH_Mike_Rivero and visit his website at: whatreallyhappened.com

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How has America's pursuit of power and militarism led to financial ruin and political corruption? Join us as Colonel Karen Kwiatkowski exposes the dark underbelly of U.S. post-World War II conflicts, revealing the staggering human and economic costs. We scrutinize the bipartisan nature of America's militaristic engagements and question why democracies, specifically the U.S., are so prone to war. Colonel Kwiatkowski unpacks how money and power fuel deadly decisions, resulting in a culture of militarization that seems irreversible, and scrutinizes the stronghold of foreign lobbies on American politics.

In this eye-opening episode of Judging Freedom, we also critique the failures of both elected officials and unelected advisors in shaping foreign policy. From the neglect of frontline realities to the influence of the donor class, we dissect the systemic shortcomings in U.S. leadership. We dive into a recent exposé, initially brought to light by Max Blumenthal and Aaron Maté, and now backed by new evidence from Haaretz. Uncover the U.S. government's denial of these findings and the broader implications for America's international standing. Don't miss this critical conversation that challenges conventional narratives and demands accountability.

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Lebanon's Hezbollah published new footage on Tuesday showing Israeli military bases in the occupied Golan Heights captured by the group's drones.

The video, entitled "al-Hodhod 2", shows Israeli intelligence and command bases and newly-established military bases and posts in the area.

The clip ends with a scene showing an Israeli city, which Hezbollah said would feature in a third video.

The new video released on Tuesday shows drone footage of Israeli intelligence and command bases and newly-established military bases and posts in Syria’s occupied Golan Heights.

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NATO has placed an order for Stinger anti-aircraft missiles worth almost $700 million in the name of several member states, the alliance's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday.

"Just today, the (NATO procurement agency) NSPA signed a new multinational contract for Stinger missiles worth almost $700 million," he told a gathering of defence industry leaders on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Washington.

The last contract for Stinger missiles, made by RTX's Raytheon division, was awarded in May 2022 when the U.S. Army contracted $625 million worth of the anti-aircraft missiles to replenish stocks sent to Ukraine. The shoulder-fired Stinger missiles have been in hot demand in Ukraine, where they have successfully stopped Russian assaults from the air, and in neighbouring European countries which fear they may also need to beat back Russian forces.

The NATO order for Stingers will keep the production line running through 2029, an RTX spokesman told Reuters.

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As NATO marks its 75th anniversary on the eve of its Washington summit, three of its great myths are unravelling.

First myth: That NATO is a defensive alliance abiding by international law.

In reality, over the last quarter century, NATO has waged unprovoked, illegal wars of aggression against Yugoslavia and Libya; and the United States, the leader of the alliance, invaded and occupied Iraq, in a catastrophic adventure – to name three notorious examples.

Second myth: That NATO stands for democracy and the rule of law.

The reality is that NATO has never had a problem with counting military dictatorships or fascist regimes among its members. Portugal, one of NATO’s founding members, murdered thousands of Africans in its colonial wars and tortured hundreds to death in concentration camps. That was never a problem for this particular collective of shared values, just as Erdoğan’s Türkiye, with its support for jihadists terrorist groups in Syria, poses no particular ethical problem for it today.

Third myth: That NATO is a community of shared values and stands for human rights.

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Washington is providing its NATO ally Poland with a second $2 billion foreign military financing (FMF) package in less than a year, Breaking Defense reports. In recent weeks, Warsaw has given Kiev a green light to use Polish-provided weapons to strike the Russian mainland as well as signed a bilateral military pact with Ukraine, agreeing to shoot down some Russian missiles.

A State Department official boasted to the outlet of how the two FMF loans are benefiting the US arms industry as well as strengthening the Washington-led bloc embroiled in its Ukraine proxy war with Moscow. “It’s impressive that it hasn’t even been a year and they [Poland] are moving out pretty quickly… We’re happy with the process. We see it as a success. We’re happy that they’ve been able to move out quickly — not only does it help NATO, it helps the US defense industry as well, the US economy. So, we’re definitely happy with the process.”

As with typical FMF loans, the funds furnished by the State Department to a foreign government must be spent on American-made weaponry and equipment. What makes this loan unique, however, is instead of a grant to purchase arms, this loan includes interest which Warsaw must repay. The US is putting up $60 million to guarantee the loan and cover initial fees. The official said details regarding how the funds will be spent, on what kinds of weapons, will not be shared during this week’s NATO summit. Instead, he insisted the Poles “[have] a list of things they want to achieve” and said to expect future announcements.

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Kiev obviously planned to use the incident when an anti-missile projectile hit a children’s hospital as a background for Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky’s participation in the NATO summit, Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said.

"Indeed, this is a tragedy but it is used to create a background for Zelensky’s participation in the NATO summit," he said in an interview with VGTRK journalist Pavel Zarubin, commenting on the strike on the Okhmatdet children’s hospital.

"Such dirty, Jesuitical methods have been used more than once," he noted.

He drew attention to the fact that the strike with an anti-missile projectile took place ahead of the NATO summit. "I don’t think that there can be any coincidences when such things are concerned," he said.

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Is the Israeli military pushing Gaza toward an unprecedented humanitarian crisis? Join us as we uncover the stark realities of the conflict in an eye-opening discussion with Scott Ritter. We confront the staggering revelation from the Lancet, reporting an estimated 186,000 Palestinian deaths, and dissect the controversial Hannibal Directive as detailed by Haaretz. This episode sheds light on the powerful influence of the pro-Israeli lobby in the U.S. and the political dynamics surrounding Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to Congress.

What are the hidden costs of war on those who serve? Our conversation reveals the emotional and psychological toll on Israeli reservists and draws poignant parallels to the experiences of American soldiers in Iraq. We challenge the mainstream narratives surrounding the events of October 7th and delve into the broader implications of misinformation, political manipulation, and the long-lasting effects on veterans. The reality of war extends far beyond the battlefield, impacting lives in ways that are often overlooked.

Shifting our focus to the geopolitical stage, we scrutinize the escalating tensions in Ukraine and NATO's precarious position. Are we on the brink of a nuclear conflict? We analyze the recent missile strike debates and the dangerous provocations by Poland, examining the potential consequences for NATO member countries. Recent diplomatic exchanges between the U.S. and Russia are also on the table, highlighting the severe risks of miscalculation.

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On Tuesday, former primary rival Nikki Haley officially released all 97 of her delegates to Donald Trump.

Haley's move comes shortly before the Republican National Convention is scheduled to kick off in Milwaukee where Trump will be officially named the 2024 Republican nominee for president.

Politico reports:


“The nominating convention is a time for Republican unity,” Haley will reportedly say in an upcoming statement.

Joe Biden is not competent to serve a second term and Kamala Harris would be a disaster for America. We need a president who will hold our enemies to account, secure our border, cut our debt, and get our economy back on track. I encourage my delegates to support Donald Trump next week in Milwaukee,” the statement will add.

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G7 Summit already showed he isn't. – Biden looks to make the case at the NATO summit that he is still up for the job. NATO leaders gathering in Washington starting Tuesday plan to shore up transatlantic support for Ukraine in its battle against Russia.

But for host President Joe Biden, the summit has become just as much about demonstrating he is capable of meeting the grinding demands of the presidency for four more years.

NATO chief sidesteps questions twice on Biden's fitness to lead alliance against Putin. This, when asked to vouch for the mental and physical fitness of Joe Biden to lead the alliance in the long-term fight to save Ukraine and contain an expansionist Russia.

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In the high-stakes world of political theater, sometimes the curtain falls, and the actors can’t stick to their lines. The White House press briefing on Monday turned into an unscripted drama that revealed more than the administration likely intended.

Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre faced a barrage of tough questions, something that has become increasingly common as President Biden’s health and the White House’s transparency come under scrutiny. Concerns about President Biden’s mental and physical health have been mounting, especially after his recent disastrous debate performance.

Despite the White House’s attempts to downplay these issues, the press corps is no longer willing to accept vague reassurances. The usually reserved CBS News correspondent Ed O’Keefe took the lead in demanding clear answers about reports of a neurologist visiting the White House multiple times.

The press briefing quickly escalated into a heated exchange that highlighted the growing frustration among journalists. It was a far cry from the usual softballs Jean-Pierre had been used to fielding.

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John Deere “has been one of the most beloved brands by conservative farmers but recently on CEO John May’s watch, they’ve gone woke,” Starbuck wrote.

He shared an eight-minute video exposing recent internal actions at the company, from diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) policies to anti-white and anti-Christian training sessions and the promotion of gender ideology among employees.

The video began with an overview of John Deere’s policy for pronoun usage in all formal methods of communication. The company also sponsored a pride event called “Capital City Pride, Little Rainbow Run,” for children as young as three years old, the video revealed.

The video featured screenshots, videos, and photos to corroborate Starbuck’s claims.

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