Close this search box.

🚨 Les Miserables – July 03 2023


Happy Monday.

The White House released a report last week saying that they are open to blocking out the sun to stop global warming. This is called solar radiation modification. What could go wrong?

credit: giphy

In Case You Missed It. 

πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡΄ A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit Tonga on Sunday. 

πŸ‡¬πŸ‡Ή The top court in Guatemala ordered the presidential election to be reviewed. 

πŸ’€ The New York Times said that “death” is one way to get out of student debt. They have since deleted that suggestion. 

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Congress may be up for impeaching Supreme Court justices, according to U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. 

πŸ“ˆ Tesla deliveries surged 83% in the second quarter and shares doubled in the first six months of 2023. 

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is going to China this week. 

πŸ“Ί Catch Redacted live tonight at 4 PM EST right here. You can subscribe for free and click on the bell notification to be notified when we go live. 














*Stock data as of market close, cryptocurrency data as of 5:00pm AM. 


The Lead: NATO

photo credit:

NATO will have a meeting in Lithuania next week and Ukraine is expected to get some kind of invitation although maybe not a full-blown invitation. 

U.S. Ambassador to NATO Julianne Smith said this about it: “Most of us feel confident that we are going to be able to come to an agreement that will reflect where we are and that the Ukrainians will believe and feel is something above and beyond restating Bucharest.” 

In 2008 in Bucharest, Ukraine and Georgia were both given a “someday” invitation to NATO. This time, NATO members are looking for something that will make them “believe and feel” better than that. 

On Friday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved a $1.5 billion loan to Ukraine for economic recovery from the war. This is the same IMF that asked Ukraine to stop wasting $8 million per day waging war in the Donbas and attacking its own citizens since 2014. The IMF worried that Ukraine was insolvent a decade ago but they apparently don't have that worry now. Why do you think that is?

Les Miserables

Photo credit: AFP

This is not the romantic revolution from Les Miserables. This is a crisis of civilization as riots rage across France and Switzerland this weekend. 

Last week a 17 year-old Muslim boy with an extensive criminal background was pulled over and fatally shot by police. The video went viral and prompted protests and riots, looting and burning. 

The rioters are protesting about the race of the victim saying that Muslims are mistreated in France. But those same protestors are making it unsafe for everyone, highlighting the fact that France has a gang problem. 

Some are presenting this as a problem of an influx of Muslim immigrants. It seems to have less to do with religion and more to do with the economics of mass migration. 

Others are saying that this is cultural assimilation. The French love to riot. It is the basis of Les Miserables! These images are not like Les Miserables. Once civilians are held hostage to gun violence in their own town, something entirely different is happening. 

The French government is now censoring social media in an attempt to quell the riots. 

Grab 16 Free stocks today! Including a Google or Tesla Stock!


Wow! They've done it again. MooMoo is giving away 15 free stocks plus one Google or Tesla stock! That's 16 total! So why wouldn't you grab these free stocks even if you never do anything else with the account? Great question!

MooMoo is a beautifully designed trading platform that makes trading simple and intuitive. MooMoo has a ton of extra bells and whistles you can't find on other exchanges like FREE level 2 quotes, earnings calendars, news alerts and more. Right now when you open a free account, make your initial deposit and you can claim 16 FREE stocks with this link. So yes 16 total free stocks! 

Old MacDonald Wants To Keep His Farm, Ee i Ee I O

Photo credit: @BogusThought

The Dutch government has declared a state of emergency in order to prevent farmers from driving their equipment into city centers to protest climate policies. We have covered these climate policies that are targeting farmers extensively. Watch here. 

Protests are led by a group called the Farmers Defense Force (FDF). They say that this emergency was declared to put down their protests. Does this sound familiar? Oh yeah, the Canadian trucker convoy. 

Police have been diverting tractors to keep them from reaching city centers and detaining protestors who come on foot. Many of these farmers have nothing to lose. The government is forcibly taking their farms and forcing them to sign documents saying that they will not start a new farm anywhere else in the European Union. 


credit: Twitter

Maya Forstater has won over £100,000 in her case against the Center for Global Development (CGD). This is the case that J.K. Rowling spoke out about in her first foray into the gender critical space with this Tweet in support her Forstater. 

Maya Forstater worked at a think-tank called CGD when she Tweeted about a debate based on Professor Kathleen Stock’s assertions that sex is immutable. She was fired for this and when she sued, she originally lost her case. At trial, she was asked questions such as: How did you come upon your “novel” belief that sex in humans is immutable? On what basis did she think that male people could not be female? Could she name philosophers who agreed with her? 

She appealed and won and on Friday was awarded this judgement ordering the CGD to pay Forstater £91,500 in compensation for loss of earnings and emotional damage, plus £14,900 in interest, adding up to a total of £106,400.

This is an important case as it sets a precedent that the belief in immutable sex is in fact a protected belief and maybe not as “novel” as it seems. 

News By The Numbers

credit: Reuters

14. That is how many professional fights Natasha Jonas has won to become the two-weight world champion after a knock-out against her opponent Kandi Wyatt this weekend. 

47 years. That is what Google says is the normal time it takes to make certain calculations that the company’s quantum computers can make in just seconds. They say that their latest computers are “beyond the capabilities of existing classical supercomputers.” 

$440 million. That is how much the Biden administration approved in arms deals for Taiwan. 

What's Trending?

credit: IMDB

Stanley Tucci is trending for saying that straight actors can play gay characters. 

Rate Limit Exceeded Twitter was trending because Twitter had a technical difficulty related to data scraping which limited users to viewing 600 Tweets per day. See Elon Musk’s explanation here.

Alan Arkin is trending because the Oscar-winning actor died this weekend at the age of 89.  


Click here to go to our store to grab some of our exclusive Merchandise. 

Grover Rewards

This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
Please feel free to reach Natali at [email protected]
for any editorial feedback.