May 30, 2024

Grayzone Reports on Ukrainian Baby Factors, WSJ Claims Up to 50,000 Ukrainians Have Lost at Least One Limb Since Invasion, and Sec. Blinken Vows Support for Democracy in Niger.

Sec. Blinken expressed “unwavering support” for “Niger’s democracy” to the President of Nigeria:

Niger experienced a coup against a pro-French government. Burkina Faso and Mali have vowed to protect Niger’s absolute sovereignty.:

The US Department of State issued a Level 4 travel advisory for Niger, warning that “the U.S. Embassy has limited ability to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens in Niger due to the temporary reduction in embassy staff.

Blinken announced “cooperation with Niger was in jeopardy” as a result of the overthrow” of Mohamed Bazoum:

The US has two military based in Niger while France has between 1,000 and 1,500 soldiers stationed in their former colony:

The GrayZone publihsed an investigative story about Ukraine’s “baby factories:”

The Guardian reported about massive depopulation of Ukrainians, a trend that began before the invasion and has worsened since:

The Wall Street Journal reported that 20,000 to 50,000 Ukrainians have lost at least one limb since Feb. 24:

ZeroHedge reported that JP Morgan processed $1.1 million worth of payments between Jeffrey Epstein and “girls or women,” despite dropping Epstein as a client:

Fortune ran a story entitled “Lockheed Martin’s $1.7 trillion F-35 fighter jet is 10 years late and 80% over budget—and it could be one of the Pentagon’s biggest success stories.” In the story, the outlet discloses that “Lockheed’s famed Skunk Works research base built top-secret planes for the CIA, for example, and helped invent stealth technology, which enables aircraft to evade detection by absorbing or dispersing radar signals (perhaps adding some context to the UFO hearings):”

Presidential advisor Dimitry Gordon recently claimed “aliens” would bomb Russian cities and ‘Russian slaves’:

Meanwhile, Typhoon Khanun is threatening US military bases in Japan: