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  • Helium discovery is the supply breakthrough science, medicine, and industry needed...This may be the largest helium reservoir in US history.

    05/02/2024 11:26:53 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 52 replies
    FreeThink ^ | April 30, 2024 | Tony Morley
    Arecent discovery in Minnesota has unveiled a helium reservoir with astonishingly high concentrations of the gas, surpassing initial estimations and potentially opening doors for commercial extraction. Pulsar Helium, an exploration company, revealed the discovery of helium reserves in late February 2024, following drilling activities near Babbitt, northern Minnesota, reaching depths of 2,200 feet (670 meters). Initial findings displayed helium concentrations of 12.4%, described by Thomas Abraham-James, the president and CEO of Pulsar Helium, as “a dream” in an interview with CBS News.[1] The discovery represents an unprecedented opportunity to gain access to helium at concentration levels dramatically exceeding the normal...
  • London Most Antisemitic Capital in West as Islamists and Hard Left Join Forces, Warns Israel

    03/21/2024 4:36:55 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 23 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 21 Mar 2024 | OLIVER JJ LANE
    Antisemitism in European cities is reaching 1930s levels and London is the worst of them all, an Israeli government minister says, warning of mass migration, radicalisation, and the hard left coming together and “serious consequences” for inaction. The growth of antisemitism in Britain is “terrifying”, says Israeli government figure Amichai Chikli, who warns freedom of speech is being extinguished in the old “beacon of light and democracy”. “Wokeism”-infected London is now the “most antisemitic place in the West”, the Diaspora and Antisemitism Minister said, counselling the United Kingdom and other Western nations to take another look at their open borders...
  • Controversial Right-wing Politician Named France’s New Culture Minister

    01/13/2024 3:40:34 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 16 replies
    ARTnews ^ | January 12, 2024 | MELANIE GOODFELLOW
    Newly appointed French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal took France’s political and media spheres by surprise on Thursday as he named controversial politician Rachida Dati his culture minister. Her arrival in the new-look centrist cabinet was unexpected given that Dati was a spokesperson for center-right President Nicolas Sarkozy during his presidential campaign and was Minister of Justice from 2007 to 2009 under his presidency. The appointment was made as part of a government cabinet reshuffle rolled out by Attal just two days after he became France’s youngest-ever prime minister in a move by President Emmanuel Macron to reboot his presidency, which...
  • Was the Dublin Riot a Watershed Moment?

    12/27/2023 6:13:29 AM PST · by MtnClimber · 18 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 27 Dec, 2023 | Raymond Ibrahim
    Because it spotlights the current state of affairs in the West -- and all the key players -- the recent uprising in Dublin should not be so quickly forgotten. Background: on Nov. 23, 2023, a Muslim man of Algerian origin, with a known criminal record, knifed a group of preschool children attending Saint Mary’s, a Catholic school in Dublin. Three children -- two girls and a boy aged between five and six -- and a care assistant who tried to defend them, were stabbed in the assault. Knifed near the heart, a five-year-old girl was critically injured and, as of...
  • Washington Post and BBC falsely claim the Dublin attacker was not an immigrant – here is the truth

    11/28/2023 5:08:07 PM PST · by MNDude · 25 replies
    On 25th November (local time), The Washington Post published a report claiming that the perpetrator of a stabbing attack in Ireland that led to riots in Dublin was not an immigrant but an Irish citizen. The report cited BBC’s unnamed sources that claimed that the perpetrator was an Irish citizen who lived in the country for 20 years. As per the BBC’s report, the claims of him being a foreign national were “false” as the man lived in Ireland for 20 years and had Irish citizenship. However, the Washington Post published only the half-truth. In reality, the man was originally...
  • OPEC Oil Production Is Headed for Lower for Longer

    11/24/2023 6:15:43 AM PST · by Miami Rebel · 28 replies
    Barron's ^ | 11/23/2023 | Ben Cahill
    It is déjà vu for major oil producers, who are again considering steeper production cuts. It took only a month after the Hamas attacks on Israel unleashed a punishing war for oil prices to fall below their pre-Oct. 7 level. The steep drop in oil prices last week, with Brent crude briefly dropping to $77 per barrel, led to speculation that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allied producers (OPEC+) will decide to cut production at its next meeting. OPEC’s last-minute decision to delay the meeting, now scheduled for Nov. 30, will only add to the speculation. U.S....
  • Terrible: The (Arab) Olympic sprinter's anti-Semitic statement

    11/03/2023 8:58:36 AM PDT · by Freeleesy · 4 replies
    Mako ^ | 01-11-2023
    Mahiedine Mekhissi: "Hitler is a good boy compared to Netanyahu." In France they condemned: "Shame that he wore the national team shirt. Destruction" The sports channel website system Sports 5 |Published 10:10 - 01.11.23 To read and not believe. The war in Israel creates echoes around the world, but we have never seen such a shocking reaction. The Olympic vice-champion in the 3000 steeplechase (Beijing and London) - Mahiedine Mekhissi tweeted tonight: "Adolf Hitler is a good boy compared to Netanyahu." Following the shocking tweet, the mayor of Reims --where Mekhissi was born and raised-- immediately condemned the tweet and...
  • Algeria says it fired ‘multiple’ warning shots before gunning down jet skiers who crossed into their territory

    09/04/2023 11:15:58 AM PDT · by thegagline · 23 replies
    The New York Post ^ | 09/04/2023 | Jesse O’Neil
    Algerian officials claim that “multiple” warning shots were fired before its military directly shot at a group of jet skiers who had crossed over from Morocco, killing two of them. The deadly encounter occurred Tuesday after five jet skiers drifted into Algeria territory while exploring the waters around the Moroccan resort town of Saidia. “Given that the maritime border area is witnessing intense activity by drug smuggling gangs and organized crime, Coast Guard members fired warning shots,” Algeria’s defense ministry said in a statement. “After multiple attempts, shots were fired on a jet ski,” officials added. One of the survivors,...
  • Man charged over stabbing on Dublin’s Grafton Street [Ireland]

    08/21/2023 5:53:06 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 16 replies
    RTÉ News ^ | Monday, 21 Aug 2023 23:42 | Fergal O’Brien
    A 30-year-old man has appeared before Dublin District Court charged in connection with a stabbing yesterday. The assault happened at the north end of Grafton Street, close to the junction with Wicklow Street, in Dublin city center at around 9 am. A man in his 30s suffered multiple stab wounds and was taken to St James’ Hospital for treatment. […] Mr. (Mohamed) Akrouf, who is originally from Algeria and moved to Ireland last November, is charged with assault causing harm and possession of a knife. …
  • Declassified FBI report exposes Communist seedbed for Obama Associates — Part I

    09/27/2009 11:29:47 PM PDT · by Red Steel · 44 replies · 3,090+ views
    The Post & Mail ^ | September 26, 2009 | John Charlton
    The Post & Email has received tonight a decclassified FBI report admitted in evidence in the case brought against W. Mark Felt and Edward S. Miller by President Jimmy Carter’s U.S. Attorney General, Mr. Griffin B. Bell. This document was obtained by an American citizen, who wished to remain anonymous, via a FOIA request. Mr. W. Mark  Felt is none other than the informant who spoke with reporters from the Washington Post, exposing the Watergate Scandal:  who went by the name “Deep Throat” a fact that points to his political neutrality in American politics.What is not know about Mr. Felt...
  • BRICS: 30 Countries Participate to Ditch the U.S. Dollar as Global Reserve Currency

    06/18/2023 1:01:32 PM PDT · by EBH · 47 replies
    Watcher Guru ^ | 6/15/23
    A growing number of countries are coming forward to join BRICS and accept the new currency for global trade. The South African ambassador Anil Sooklal hinted that the alliance could expand this year becoming BRICS+. The move could add pressure on the U.S. dollar as developing nations would end their reliance on the greenback. The global financial order could tilt from the West to the East creating a new multipolar economy. According to the latest report, the BRICS alliance has formally received applications from 25 countries to join the bloc. The 25 nations that expressed their interest to join are...
  • Periodic table, evolution cut from Indian textbooks

    06/02/2023 11:07:03 AM PDT · by jimwatx · 51 replies ^ | 6-2-23 | Sushmitha Ramakrishnan
    Crucial science topics will no longer be taught to a large swath of Indian students, according to new government guidance. Most young learners in India will no longer be exposed to key science topics in school textbooks — unless they voluntarily major in science in higher classes. On June 1, India cut a slew of foundational topics from tenth grade textbooks, including the periodic table of elements, Darwin's theory of evolution, the Pythagorean theorem, sources of energy, sustainable management of natural resources and contribution of agriculture to the national economy, among others. A small section explaining Michael Faraday’s contributions to...
  • Exclusive - The Netanyahu Doctrine: An in-depth regional policy interview

    12/17/2022 12:35:32 AM PST · by robowombat · 1 replies
    Al Arabiya English ^ | 16 December ,2022: 09:22 PM GST
    Al Arabiya English Benjamin Netanyahu is preparing to become the Prime Minister of Israel for the third time. He has until December 21 to form a government before taking office. In a wide-ranging interview with a group of print and television journalists at Al Arabiya, Mr. Netanyahu discussed Israel’s relations with Arab states, the US alliance structure in the Middle East, unrest in Iran, Israel’s new hard-right government, the future of the US-brokered maritime border agreement with Lebanon, and the Russia-Ukraine war. Mr. Netanyahu reiterated the paramount importance of normalization with Saudi Arabia, which would be a “quantum leap” toward...
  • Africa's Harissa, Raï and Kalela Get UNESCO Heritage Status!

    12/06/2022 12:40:17 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 1 replies
    Spicy harissa paste from Tunisia, Morocco's Raï music, and Kalela dance from Zambia were selected to join United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO's) intangible cultural heritage list. The agency met in the Moroccan capital Rabat, to examine proposals for its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage, which aims to protect cultural traditions, practices, and knowledge. There was no debate over whether to include Tunisia's harissa - a paste made with sun-dried hot peppers, spices and olive oil, found in almost every restaurant in Tunisia and exported worldwide. The debates were longer for Kalela, a traditional dance that originated during...
  • Mystery deepens over disappearing merchant ship

    08/13/2009 1:20:00 PM PDT · by OldDeckHand · 9 replies · 815+ views
    Reuters ^ | Aug. 13, 2009 | Guy Faulconbridge
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The mystery surrounding a missing merchant ship deepened Thursday with the vessel's operator suggesting piracy and maritime experts suspecting foul play or even a secret cargo. The Kremlin ordered Russian warships to join the hunt for the 4,000-tonne, 98-meter bulk carrier Arctic Sea, whose fate has baffled maritime authorities across Europe and North Africa. The Maltese-registered vessel, carrying a $1.3-million cargo of timber, was supposed to have docked on August 4 in the Algerian port of Bejaia. It never arrived and is thought to have last made contact from the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of France....
  • France in shock: 4 Algerian migrants arrested for brutal rape and murder of 12-year-old Paris girl found stuffed in a suitcase with throat slashed

    10/18/2022 6:04:39 AM PDT · by shadowlands1960 · 98 replies
    Remix ^ | October 17th, 2022 | John Cody
    The young schoolgirl was raped, stuffed in a suitcase, and found inside a car trunk French police has four Algerians in custody suspected of participating in the brutal murder and rape of a 12-year-old schoolgirl only identified as Lola. The suspects (Dahbia B., Amine K., Friha B., and Rachid N.) all hail from the same Algerian village, and one of them may be in the country illegally. The body was found in a suitcase curled up, shackled, with a deep wound in her throat, and marked with inscriptions. According to the autopsy, carried out on Saturday, her death was due...
  • Gas price at the level of 2018 would only be possible in one scenario [Only the US could save supply]

    09/28/2022 3:20:40 PM PDT · by Conservat1 · 7 replies
    Welt (in German) ^ | 28.9.22 | Daniel Wetzel
    According to a study, after the import stop from Russia, Europe's gas partners from Norway, Azerbaijan and Algeria could only absorb the demand for a short time. Only the USA could permanently save the supply. A gas price at the 2018 level would only be possible in one scenario.
  • France Yellow Vests Week 198: Macron's "End Of Abunance" Warning, Protest Today, Special Protest Plans September 10th

    08/27/2022 6:30:56 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 2 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 8/27/2022 | Nextrush/Self
    France is at a "tipping point" and the "age of abundance" is over. The end of summer message from President Emmanuel Macron at a cabinet meeting last Wednesday clearing the way trying to brace France for energy related problems in the months ahead. Much said being said about Ukraine less being said about any "climate" policies which could impact energy in the months and years ahead... Finding new sources of natural gas other than Russia driving President Macron's visit to Algeria late this week. Macron says it's time to lay the "painful history" behind during his visit a reference to...
  • Russia’s arms sales could go to zero over Ukraine

    05/03/2022 6:09:42 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 40 replies
    Asia Times ^ | March 8, 2022 | Stephen Bryen
    The poor performance of Russian equipment deployed in the Ukraine war is bound to be giving global buyers second thoughts.How can it be that a large Russian army attacking force, capable of causing untold destruction, is being checkmated and systematically devastated by Ukraine’s military, in particular its special forces?And what impact will this have on the Russian army and its industrial backbone, the Russian companies that build the tanks, armored personnel carriers, mobile air defenses and aircraft including fixed-wing and helicopters ­– all of which have suffered extreme losses in the conflict?Russia’s exports consist of various commodities, most prominently wheat,...
  • Algeria: Morocco, Israel working together to destablise us

    12/28/2021 11:07:47 AM PST · by Cronos · 10 replies
    Middle east monitor ^ | 15 December 2021
    Morocco's ruling party is conspiring with Israel against Algeria's security and stability, the secretary-general of the Algerian National Liberation Front warned yesterday. Abu Al-Fadl Baadji told reporters that the Makhzen alliance and the Zionist entity aim to "influence Algeria's principled stances in support of just global causes, especially the Palestinian and Saharan issues." Baadji's remarks came during his meeting with the Cuban Ambassador to Algeria, Armando Vergara Bueno. On his part, Bueno stressed that his country was on the "same page as Algeria regarding the Palestinian and Saharan issues, as well as other international and regional matters." He explained that...