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As the immigration crisis at the southern border of the United States continues to escalate, President Joe Biden is reportedly considering granting amnesty to illegal migrants as a potential solution. According to Politico, Biden and his administration are exploring various strategies to address the pressing issue of illegal immigration, which has drawn significant criticism for the perceived lack of action.

One proposed plan involves providing green cards to undocumented immigrants who have resided in the United States for more than a decade. This initiative, if implemented, would grant these individuals amnesty, allowing them to remain in the country legally. The criteria for eligibility would include having relatives who would face hardship if the migrants were deported, as reported by Politico.

Additionally, the Biden administration is contemplating strategies to provide support to states and cities that have absorbed a significant influx of illegal immigrants, such as Denver, Colorado, and New York City. This proposed assistance could alleviate some of the burdens placed on local communities grappling with the challenges of immigration.

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On Sunday, a Texas judge ordered the release of illegal immigrants who were arrested during the recent viral storming of the border in El Paso, in which they rushed and assaulted National Guard troops while attempting to illegally enter the US.

Presiding Magistrate Judge Humberto Acosta ordered the release during an an online teleconference bond hearing, per the El Paso Times.

"It is the ruling of the court is that all the rioting participation cases will be released on their own recognizance," Acosta ordered.

Judge Acosta criticized the El Paso District Attorney's Office for not being prepared to move forward with detention hearings for each defendant. On Monday, there will likely be another hearing for additional accused individuals.

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As Russian warships from the Pacific Fleet enter the Red Sea amid heightened tensions, and with Russian forces establishing new observation posts along the Israel-Syria border, questions arise about Russia's intentions in the Middle East.

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that a missile cruiser and a frigate have crossed the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait and reached the Red Sea amid ongoing Houthi attacks, though the purpose of their mission remains unclear.

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... required to fight Russia, albeit I agree with overall Macgregor's points.  But the US simply has no resources to fight Russia, and any force in Poland and Romania will be destroyed. Keep in mind those 600,000+ Russian troops which are not engaged in 404--they are there to precisely meet NATO threat. Moreover, US Army has no experience of fighting with its C4ISR disrupted and operational rear being under constant long-range fires--it simply never fought like that. Its TOE is for running over feeble opponents. Globalists in Washington, be them from Pentagon or State Department with CIA are simply not good at real war and everything that this war entails. They will be destroyed and in the last ditch attempt they may try to escalate to nuclear threshold--but in this case Washington will be wiped out. Unlike Washington, Moscow has the best anti-missile shield in the world. 

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Former White House reporter Helen Thomas,90, has said she knew exactly what she was doing when she said on camera that Jews "should get the hell out of Palestine." In an interview with the men’s magazine ‘Playboy’, she stated: "I knew I’d hit the third rail. You cannot say anything about Israel in this country. But I’ve lived with this cause for many years. Everybody knows my feelings that the Palestinians have been short-changed in every way. Sure, the Israelis have a right to exist – but where they were born, not to come and take someone else’s home. I’ve had it up to here with the violations against the Palestinians. Why shouldn’t I say it? I knew exactly what I was doing – I was going for broke. I had reached the point of no return. You finally get fed up."

Thomas had told a video blogger at the White House last May, that Jews “should get the hell out of Palestine” and “go home” to Poland, Germany and the United States. The comments cost her her job as a columnist for the Hearst Newspapers. In the interview, Thomas also told contributing editor David Hochman, who is Jewish, that "everybody is in the pocket of the Israeli lobbies, which are funded by wealthy supporters, including those from Hollywood. Same thing with the financial markets: there’s total control." Hochman reported that Thomas cried when asked what people would say when they write her obituary, and that she said she knew it was going to say "anti-Semite" instead of "reporter."

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In a preprint, Japanese scientists warn against blood transfusion from mRNA vaccine recipients, claiming that there are a variety of possible complications linked to blood transfusions from people who have received mRNA COVID-19 shots.

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An expert has issued a stark warning about the threat of nuclear war, claiming that "no matter how it starts, it ends with everyone dead".

Annie Jacobsen, who has authored several best-selling books on America’s military, including studies of top-secret research lab DARPA and the infamous Area 51, says that in the event of a Russian or Chinese missile launch being detected, the US president would have just six minutes to make a crucial decision.

Do they retaliate – leading inevitably to the deaths of almost the entire world population – or allow one of America's cities to be wiped off the map?

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All intelligent and decent people in the world who understand the actual facts about what's been happening in Ukraine since 2013 are on the side of the Donbass, because no decent person can be on the side of Nazis.

The suffering imposed on the people of Donbass over the last decade has been brutal and immense.

When good people see others suffering, it is only natural and normal to want to help, and there are still millions of good people in the West, which is why there has been a lot of human aid coming to Donbass from the West since the beginning of the war, and it still comes, even today. And most of it gets to where it needs to go, but not all of it. So here are a few examples of how you can help, what to look for and what to avoid, when it comes to pitching in for human aid for Donbass from the West.

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The mayor of Paris has reiterated her proposal that Russian and Belarusian contestants stay away from this summer’s Olympic Games in the French capital, despite them being officially allowed to compete as neutrals.

“I want to tell the Russian and Belarusian athletes that they are not welcome in Paris,” Anne Hidalgo told Ukrainian athletes at a training center in Kiev on Thursday, while on a visit to Ukraine.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) initially pushed for a complete ban on competitors from Russia and Belarus after the outbreak of the Ukraine conflict in February 2022. However, last December the IOC ruled that a limited number of people from the two countries could participate as AINs (individual neutral athletes).

Webmaster addition: The whole point of the original Olympics is that nations temporarily set aside their differences to compete on a level field. Politicizing the Olympics misses the entire point!

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A group of four militants captured on Sunday morning in Russia’s Dagestan had a role in financing and providing equipment for the Crocus City Hall terrorist attack earlier this month, the Russian security service FSB stated on Monday.

The short statement described the group as a terrorist cell composed of foreign nationals, who were allegedly planning a mass-casualty attack in the city of Kaspiysk using automatic firearms and explosives. The group planned to escape Russia right after carrying out the plot, the FSB said.

The statement referred to “direct involvement” in the provision of money and “means for terror” to the perpetrators of the March 22 massacre outside Moscow. The four alleged gunmen, whose attack at the concert venue claimed over 140 lives, were detained shortly after their strike, while purportedly trying to get to the Russia-Ukraine border.

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210 years since the Russian Army entered Paris. On March 19 (31), 1814, cavalry squadrons led by Russian Emperor Alexander I at the head of the Allied forces solemnly entered the French capital. The fall of the French capital led to the abdication of Emperor Bonaparte and put an end to the long-standing Napoleonic wars.

After only 18 hours of fighting, Paris, the largest city in Europe, hung a white flag.

The attack on Paris began at 6 a.m. on March 30. The surrender was signed at 2 a.m. on March 31 in La Vilette. The number of defenders of the city was estimated up to 45 thousand fighters. The fierce assault broke their will to fight. Alexander I remembered what the French did to Moscow and declared that the troops will not storm the French capital only if the French Army leaves it. The peace treaty approved by the victors did not provide for the payment of reparations.

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Twenty years ago NATO absorbed Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia into a post-Cold War sweeping round of expansion. Now, the US-led bloc's activities in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region directly threaten Russia.

NATO’s activities in Eastern Europe and the Black Sea region are part of preparations for a possible conflict with Moscow, the Russian Foreign Ministry told Sputnik on Thursday.

The military bloc's buildup in Romania, Poland and the Baltic States is provocative and exacerbates military tension along the perimeter of the Russian borders and creates threats to the country’s security, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

NATO's militarization of Eastern Europe and the Black Sea coast started intensifying since 2014, following the Maidan coup and the start of the war in Donbass, according to Dr. George Szamuely, senior research fellow at the Global Policy Institute and author of "Bombs for Peace: NATO’s Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia."

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The Senate rejects a bill to prohibit the use of taxpayer funds for flying illegal immigrants into America, with a vote of 51-47. Democrats unanimously oppose the bill, while Republicans unanimously support it, highlighting the Democrats' prioritization of votes over principles.

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In a recent development, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has dismissed a long-serving aide and several advisors, marking a continuation of the ongoing reshuffle amidst fresh attacks from Russia.

Serhiy Shefir, who had been serving as the first assistant to Zelenskyy since 2019, was relieved of his duties. Additionally, three advisors and two presidential representatives responsible for overseeing volunteer activities and soldiers' rights were also dismissed.

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In a surprising turn of events, three key members of Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman's communication team have departed within a month, each moving to other left-leaning offices.

This development comes amidst Fetterman's increasingly divergent views on Israel and immigration, which have set him apart from his Democratic peers.

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 by Dave DeCamp 

Israel has been creating “kill zones” in the Gaza Strip in areas where the Israeli military is operating, and anyone who enters will get shot even if they’re unarmed civilians, Haaretz reported on Sunday.

The report said anyone killed in a designated kill zone is labeled a “terrorist” even if they “never held a gun in their lives,” and they are “often civilians whose only crime was to cross an invisible line drawn by the IDF.”

One Israeli reservist who was recently in north Gaza said the “feeling we had was that there weren’t really rules of engagement there.”

Other sources in the IDF told Haaretz that Israel’s claim that 9,000 out of the 32,000 Palestinians killed in Gaza are “terrorists” is not valid. “In practice, a terrorist is anyone the IDF has killed in the areas in which its forces operate,” an Israeli reserve officer said.

A senior officer in Israel’s Southern Command said it was “astonishing to hear the reports after every operation regarding how many terrorists were killed.” He added that Hamas fighters don’t operate in large groups, saying, “You don’t need to be a genius to realize that you don’t have hundreds or dozens of armed men running through the streets of Khan Yunis or Jabaliya, fighting the IDF.”

Another reserve officer who spoke with Haaretz said he was tasked with telling senior IDF officers how many “terrorists” were killed in operations his men carried out and said no one “can determine with certainty who is a terrorist and who was hit after entering the combat zone of an IDF force.”

The world got a glimpse of the indiscriminate policy when Al Jazeera published a video of an Israeli drone killing four unarmed men. The video shows the men walking in an open area of Khan Younis when a drone strike hits them. Two of the men instantly died, and the other two were finished off with a third and fourth missile strike. The last man who was killed was limping, then crawling away in a desperate attempt to flee.

A senior IDF officer confirmed to Haaretz that the four men were “unarmed” and that they “didn’t endanger our forces in the area in which they were walking.”

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Republican Rep. Tim Walberg insists he was speaking metaphorically when he appeared to suggest bombs should be dropped on Gaza “like Nagasaki and Hiroshima” to “get it over quick.”

Walberg, who represents southern Michigan, was speaking with constituents in a town hall on March 25 when he made the WWII-era reference about US atomic strikes against Japan as he called for ending US aid to Gaza.

In a video posted to social media in which Walberg can be heard but not seen, the GOP congressman responded to a question from a constituent about why the US was using American dollars to build a temporary pier to provide humanitarian assistance to Gaza.

“I don’t think we should,” Walberg said of getting further humanitarian aid into Gaza, where the UN has warned famine is imminent in the north and said 70% of the population is already suffering from catastrophic levels of hunger. “We shouldn’t be spending a dime on humanitarian aid.”

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Massachusetts residents are outraged at recently announced plans to turn a former Boston area veteran housing unit into a homeless shelter as the city is inundated with migrants.

Democrat Governor Maura Healey revealed the government will turn the former Chelsea Soldiers' Home facility, which is vacant and scheduled for demolition, into a safety-net site in April.

It will be able to accommodate 100 families who are eligible for the state's Emergency Assistance family shelter system, which has been operating at capacity for months. 

Residents of the Bay State, however, are furious that the former veteran housing facility is being turned into migrant shelter when on a single night in 2023 there were 545 veterans experiencing homelessness in Massachusetts, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has suffered a huge blow in the Turkish elections after the main opposition party claimed historic victories in Istanbul and Ankara.  

Supporters of the Republican People's Party (CHP) opposition filled an Istanbul square on Sunday to celebrate the re-election of Ekrem Imamoglu as mayor, who repeated his landmark 2019 win.

With most of the votes counted, Imamoglu led by 10 percentage points in the mayoral race in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city, while the CHP also retained Ankara and gained 15 other mayoral seats in cities nationwide. 

It marked the worst defeat for Erdogan and his AK Party (AKP) in their more than two decades in power, and could signal a change in the country's divided political landscape. Erdogan called it a 'turning point' in a post-midnight address.

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Monday, Apr 01, 2024 - 01:00 AM

Authored by Drago Bosnic via infobrics.org,

Even before the horrendous Crocus City Hall terrorist attack, the Russian military's long-range strike capabilities were sending shivers down the spines of NATO aggressors and their Neo-Nazi junta puppets. Weapons such as the 3M22 "Zircon", a scram jet-powered hypersonic cruise missile, have been inducted into service in recent years and are now also being transferred to land-based platforms, specifically the K300P "Bastion-P" coastal defense system. With a 1500 km range (perhaps even more) and Mach 9 speed, the "Zircon" is over 3 times faster and its range is at least double that of the P-800 "Oniks" supersonic missiles originally used by the aforementioned platform, further enhancing Russia's already unprecedented long-range strike capabilities (to both the Neo-Nazi junta's and NATO's horror, as previously mentioned).

This has become even more noticeable in the aftermath of the Crocus City Hall terrorist attack, as the Russian military is now hunting for the organizers, both the Kiev regime's intelligence services and their NATO overlords. With such a range (at least 1500 km or possibly even beyond 2000 km), the usage of "Zircon" allows Moscow to target any location on the territory of Ukraine. However, it should be noted that the Eurasian giant always had this ability. The difference now is that it can do so much faster and with far less warning time. The usage of air-launched and ground-based hypersonic missile systems such as the 9-A-7660 "Kinzhal" and "Iskander-M" is still very much relevant, as evidenced by the latest elimination of high-ranking NATO officers (although their deaths will surely be attributed to "sudden" skiing accidents).

However, the "Iskander-M" can use a massive 700 kg HE warhead that is best used against frontline targets and higher concentrations of troops in the rear. Virtually the same goes for much faster "Kinzhal" missiles. In addition, these can sometimes be detected by NATO ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance) assets, particularly airborne and space-based, giving the Neo-Nazi junta officers and their foreign "advisers" just enough time to run away (albeit not much and certainly not always). The launch of an "Iskander" can be detected by early warning systems, while ISR can pick up the MiG-31K/I deployment. This information can be relayed to the Kiev regime or any NATO personnel on the ground. On the other hand, detecting a scramjet-powered "Zircon" can be a lot more problematic

Claire's Observations:  The West just doesn't have the firepower or maneuverability the Russians have with their existing weapons systems; it's just that simple


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Authored by Andrew Korybko via eestieest.com,

The New York Times (NYT) cited unnamed sources on Thursday to report that “The adversarial relationship between Washington and Moscow prevented U.S. officials from sharing any information about the (Crocus terrorist attack) plot beyond what was necessary, out of fear Russian authorities might learn their intelligence sources or methods.” This vindicates President Putin, who the West hitherto claimed had downplayed terrorist threats in the run-up to one of the worst attacks in Russian history.

Without actionable intelligence and informed only of the US’ vague warning that large gatherings like concerts could soon be targeted, his security services were unable to stop the plotters, thus meaning that Washington is partially responsible for what happened by withholding specific information about it. Just as scandalously, this bombshell also prompted speculation about the exact sources and methods that America employed to first catch wind of this attack.

While it’s possible that the US learned about this from spying on the radical Telegram channel whose curators reportedly recruited the culprits, such as if the CIA had a mole inside that preacher’s team, the case can compellingly be made that this might have actually been brought to its attention by spying on Kiev. Last spring’s Pentagon leaks confirmed that the US has been spying on Zelensky, which Ukrainian officials told CNN was “unsurprising” but still left them “deeply frustrated”.

Those documents also confirmed that the US was spying on Ukraine’s military-intelligence service GUR as well, from whom they learned about a plot to attack the Russian port of Novorossiysk on the first anniversary of the special operation and then ordered them to stand down to avoid provoking Moscow. Seeing as how the Washington Post (WaPo) reported half a year later that the CIA rebuilt the GUR from the ground-up after 2014, it’s obvious that they embedded moles within that institution from the get-go.

They don’t always learn about terrorist plots ahead of time since their infiltration of the GUR and other Ukrainian government agencies isn’t total, but they’re still usually able to conclude sometime afterwards that Kiev was responsible whenever a serious attack happens in Russia. Such was the case last May when the NYT reported that Kiev was responsible for the Kremlin drone attack, in which piece they also reminded their reader that it was behind other attacks up until that point too

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We have never been closer to nuclear war than we are right now.  If the conflict in Ukraine sparks a large scale nuclear war between the United States and Russia, billions of people could die.  This is why so many of us desperately want leaders from both sides to sit down at the negotiating table and try to work out their differences peacefully.  Perhaps a peaceful solution is not possible, but for the good of humanity they should at least make an attempt.  Because as things stand right now, all it is going to take is one mistake for the world to be plunged into an unthinkable nuclear cataclysm.

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There is a big disconnect between what the White House would like you to believe about the economy, and how most Americans are feeling about it right now.
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