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Egypt says it will formally support South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Israel’s former foreign minister tells Al Jazeera it represents an ‘unbelievable diplomatic blow to Israel’.

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The Army’s latest television spots are aimed at different recruits than the service’s typical high-energy, parachute-and-tanks ads. In two new ads released today, the Army wants to catch the attention of civilians already working in science and engineering fields and sell them on similar jobs working for the military.

The civilian-targeted campaign, dubbed “Find Your Next Level,” features two commercials that show off two Army Civilian careers that mirror civilian jobs– one a scientist drilling into the ice in arctic conditions and the other an engineer surrounded by satellites the size of skyscrapers.

The two new commercials will be featured in television, print, digital billboards, streaming video, social platforms and audio channels.

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With Gov. Jim Pillen’s recent signature, Nebraska has become the 12th state to end capital gains taxes on sales of gold and silver.

LB 1317 is the fourth major sound money bill to become law this year, as state lawmakers across the nation scramble to protect the public from the ravages of inflation and runaway federal debt.

Under the new Nebraska law, any “gains” or “losses” on precious metal sales reported on federal income tax returns are backed out, thereby removing them from the calculation of a Nebraska taxpayer’s adjusted gross income (AGI).

Supported by the Sound Money Defense LeagueMoney Metals Exchange, and in-state advocates, Nebraska’s sound money measure passed out of the unicameral legislature’s Revenue committee unanimously before being amended into a larger bill.

Sponsor Sen. Ben Hansen said upon news of the formal enactment of his legislation:

Gold and silver are the only forms of currency mentioned in our Constitution and with that comes the people’s ability to use it as such without penalty from the government. Saving, and using, gold and silver is our right and one of the only checks and balances to our federal government’s unending devaluation of our paper currency.

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A Baltic NATO country has belatedly jumped on board and backed French President Emmanuel Macron's idea of putting Western boots on the ground in Ukraine.

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Šimonytė said in an interview with the Financial Times this week that her country is prepared to deploy troops inside Ukraine. She stipulated it could be part of a training mission for Ukrainian troops if called upon.

However, a formal request from Kiev has not been made yet, she said. Šimonytė then admitted, "If we just thought about the Russian response, then we could not send anything."

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On May 7th, 2024, the Georgia State Election Board (SEB), the entity tasked with “Investigating the administration of elections and frauds and report[ing] findings to the Attorney General or responsible district attorneys,” met to discuss several complaints before them, including SEB 2023-025 (“Complaint”).  The Complaint was submitted back on July 8th, 2022 and has taken almost two years to be heard by the SEB.

Part 1 of this series focused on a previous SEB complaint, Complaint 2021-181, which documented over 6,500 double/triple counted batches of ballots in the 2020 “Risk-Limiting Audit” that turned into a ‘full’ hand count.  The anomalies discovered by Joseph Rossi, one of the complainants in the Complaint heard this week along with the Elections Oversight Group, resulted in a net gain of votes for Joe Biden amounting to 4,081.

The remainder of this series will center on the claims represented in the Complaint, which The Gateway Pundit has previously covered in a series.


General Counsel for the Secretary of State, Charlene McGowan, began the presentation of the investigation with a statement:

“So you will hear a great deal during this presentation about documents such as ballot images, batches loaded reports, and tabulator tapes.  And all of those documentation [sic], they’re all very important.  And we expect that the counties will keep those, maintain those, and make sure that they are complete.  But it’s important to know that they play no role in the actual tabulation of the results in an election.  Again, those results are determined by the paper ballots, which we have for 2020.

“The conclusion of this investigation…is that Fulton County used improper procedures during the recount of the Presidential contest of 2020.  The investigation also shows that there are some duplicative ballot images in the ballot images that Fulton County provided.  And this suggests that some ballots may have been scanned more than once.  But what cannot be decided conclusively, or confirmed conclusively, is whether or not those duplicative ballot images were included in the count.”

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The Pentagon has confirmed that a U.S. Air Force B-2 bomber which was forced to make an emergency landing and suffered a fire on December 10, 2022 will not be returned to service, with a report confirming that the aircraft “is being divested in FY [Fiscal Year] 2025 due to a ground accident/damage presumed to be uneconomical to repair.” The aircraft was reported to have suffered damage after experiencing an “in-flight malfunction during routine operations” including an onboard fire at the time. This decision to retire it was taken despite a prior B-2 which suffered a similar-looking accident the previous year at the same facility, namely Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri, having been made airworthy, which made the decision to retire the aircraft involved in the second incident an unexpected one. The aircraft involved in the 2021 incident has yet to be returned to service, however. The two accidents, alongside a more serious crash and Andersen Air Force Base, Guam in 2008 have led to the fleet’s contraction to just 18 aircraft, with just 20 serial production airframes having been built under the program while one prototype was also modified to be able to serve in the air force. 

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Joe Biden has had another Freudian slip.

In an interview with a Spanish radio show, Biden described Hispanic illegal immigrants as “voters” before reverting back to the official script.

“It’s even a bigger influx now in terms of Hispanic voters, or Hispanic – Hispanic citizens, who want to become citizens,” Biden said.

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The bodies of 80 Palestinians have been uncovered in three mass graves at al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, where “hard evidence” shows some of the victims were “executed” at point-blank range during the Israeli military’s horrific massacre of people and medical staff at the complex in March.

The Health Ministry in Gaza said Saturday that three mass graves were discovered inside a section of the al-Shifa Hospital complex.

It said there is “hard evidence” that some of the victims were “executed” at point-blank range, with bullet wounds found in their heads and chests.

The ministry said among those killed in the hospital were four medical staff.

The latest discovery brought the total number of medical staff killed during the regime’s war on the territory to 492.

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Hungary disagrees with the position of NATO countries regarding assistance to Ukraine. Budapest believes that the Alliance is “taking huge steps towards war”, according to the Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjártó.

He mentioned that Hungary wouldn’t participate either in NATO’s fund for Ukraine of 100 billion euros or in the Alliance’s plans to coordinate military aid to Ukraine and training for Ukrainian soldiers.

NATO has crossed its own red lines and is taking huge steps towards war, while direct confrontation carries the risk of starting the Third World War,” Szijjártó stated.

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I am sitting on a fire escape across the street from Columbia University with three organizers of the Columbia University Gaza protest. It is night. New York City Police, stationed inside and outside the gates of the campus, have placed the campus on lockdown. There are barricades blocking streets. No one, unless they live in a residence hall on campus, is allowed to enter. The siege means that students cannot go to class. Students cannot go to the library. Students cannot enter the labs. Students cannot visit the university health services. Students cannot get to studios to practice. Students cannot attend lectures. Students cannot walk across the campus lawns. The university, as during the Covid pandemic, has retreated into the world of screens where students are isolated in their rooms.

The university buildings are largely vacant. The campus pathways deserted. Columbia is a Potemkin university, a playground for corporate administrators. The president of the university — a British-Egyptian baroness who built her career at institutions such as the Bank of England, World Bank and International Monetary Fund — called in police in riot gear, with guns drawn, to clear the school’s encampment, forcibly evict students who occupied a campus hall and beat and arrest over 100 of them. They were arrested for “criminal trespassing” on their own campus.

These administrators demand, like all who manage corporate systems of power, total obedience. Dissent. Freedom of expression. Critical thought. Moral outrage. These have no place in our corporate-indentured universities.

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