You know those uranium tank shells the United Kingdom sent to Ukraine? Reports say that Russian missiles blew them up this weekend.
Footage of huge explosions near the city of Khmelnytskyi shows that Russia targeted ammunition stores in advance of the “planned counteroffensive.” The mayor of that city reported that the city itself was not targeted but that the blasts damaged buildings, and at least 21 people were injured.
The military administration in that region confirmed that “critical infrastructure” had been hit by at least four Russian drones.
Blowing up uranium is a biological hazard. The UK was warned about this but chose to send these weapons anyway.
In the wake of this news, Germany committed another $2.9 billion in arms for Ukraine.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Zelensky gave an interview to The Washington Post this weekend. Entire sections of the interview were deleted where he indicates that documents that he does not like are treason.
Zelensky remains committed to war and said in this interview that Ukraine must win. Not everyone in Ukraine is committed to fighting to the death but they won’t get a chance to vote him out. He has hinted that he will postpone this year’s elections until after martial law ends, which, at this rate, will never be.
The Food and Drug Administration had asked for 23.5 years to release data it relied on to license the Covid vaccine. A judge in Texas ruled that they have two.
The judge ruled that the FDA must “produce all documents relating to the two vaccines by June 31, 2025.”
The FDA is defending itself in a suit brought by an organization called Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparence and other groups. The FDA has said that it would comply with a Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) request at a rate of 1,000-16,000 pages per month, which would take over 20 years to complete. The judge argued that “democracy dies behind closed doors” and said that the FDA has to step that up to a rate of 180,000 pages per month.
The FDA has argued that complying with this request would divert “funds that could be used to license other drugs.” The plaintiffs say that what “the agency does not disclose, however, is that when pharmaceutical companies apply to license drugs, those pharmaceutical companies pay the agency fees.”
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So About Those Vaccines They Said Would Save Lives
A new study suggests that the messenger RNA Covid vaccines did not impact overall mortality. However, the vaccines that did not have mRNA did seem to.
The study analyzed data from random clinical trials. They compared the overall deaths in the vaccinated group to placebo groups. The results showed that the mRNA vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna had no difference in overall mortality between the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated groups.
The vaccines that used adenovirus-vector, such as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine that was taken off the market, were associated with lower overall mortality.
This study was published before peer review in 2022, but the authors say that several journals refused to publish it without explanation.
Miss Universe Philippines 2023 is trending because Michelle Dee won this weekend’s competition. She is the daughter of former supermodel Melanie Marquez. She received great applause when she said that “there is a biological reason” that men should not compete in women’s sports.
Eurovision 2023 is trending because the competition happened this weekend. More about the winner here in case you don’t want any spoilers.
Bryce Harper is trending because he started some stuff with the Colorado Rockies and both teams rushed out of their dugouts to rumble. Harper was thrown out of the game.
News By The Numbers
31. That is the age of the world’s oldest dog Bobi who lives in Southern Portugal. He had a big party with over 100 guests. His owner says that he only eats people food.
$250 billion. That is how much the U.S. was short on tax collections in April. That won’t help the looming debt ceiling.
Half. That is how much the ex-girlfriend of UFC fighter Israel Adesanya is reportedly suing him for because “they dated too long and she supported his career.” It is playing out like a divorce case only the two were never married.
Do children as young as four need to be taught about masturbation and gender ideology? The World Health Organization thinks so.
Many are calling for the WHO to withdraw recent guidelines for early child education because it suggests that children between the ages of four and six be taught to question their sexuality and explore their gender ideology. It also teaches them that they should discover their own body and genitals and about “early childhood masturbation.”
This document was used to create an education syllabus in Wales, which was also the subject of backlash. A spokeswoman from Safe Schools Alliance UK said this approach “re-conceptualises children’s entire existence, and all their relationships, as somehow connected to their sexuality and sexual behaviours.”
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This newsletter is written and researched by Natali Morris.
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