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🚨 Open border – April 17 2024


Happy Wednesday.

The CDC warns that there is an outbreak of Botox poisoning across 9 states. Best way to avoid that: Don’t get Botox. 

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In Case You Missed It. 

πŸ”₯ Denmark’s old stock exchange went up in flames. The BBC reports that members of the public helped to save historic paintings. 

🀑 The European Union is considering putting sanctions on Iran after it retaliated against Israel on Saturday. The EU did not consider putting sanctions on Israel for its attack on Iran’s embassy in Syria. 

πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺ Police tried to shut down a political conference in Belgium because they said that it was “far right,” but a court intervened, and the conference will proceed. 

πŸͺ– France says that Russia can participate in the 80th anniversary of D-Day, but Vladimir Putin can’t come. 

πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ Ukraine has tightened military conscription rules, causing panic in Ukrainians outside of the country.

🀦🏻‍♂️ House Speaker Mike Johnson says that he will put forward a vote for more military aid to Ukraine because he considers himself a “wartime speaker.” The extreme irony is that he has not put forward any votes for Congress to declare war. 

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Lead: A Weekend of War

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Save the date for Saturday. According to NBC, that is when Israel will launch a retaliation on Iran but not directly inside Iran. Israel says that the retaliatory strikes will occur on Iranian proxies situated outside of Iran.

The U.S. keeps begging them not to but Israel cares less and less what the U.S. says these days. According to NBC, "The U.S. officials stressed that they have not been briefed on Israel’s final decision about how it will respond and that the options could have changed since the weekend attack." 

Israel struck the Iranian embassy in Syria in early April and Iran retaliated by striking Israeli military targets last weekend. Israel says that it cannot let that go and will retaliate for the retaliation. When will the world see the last word on this? Pray that it is soon.

African Illegals Aliens Swarm NYC Hall

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More than 1,300 African illegal aliens swarmed City Hall in New York City to protest. What were they protesting? False promises, they say. 

The Illegal aliens say that they were promised work visas and green cards if they showed up to the U.S. but instead they’ve been stuck in shelters with no work. According to the NY Post, the immigrants were “mostly made up of new arrivals from Guinea.”

The illegal aliens showed up to a hearing at City Hall that was aimed at understanding how Mayor Adams’ administration “is addressing language access barriers, cultural competency challenges, health needs, and other roadblocks.” Apparently it isn’t because African migrants say that aid workers only speak Spanish or English and they are left with no recourse. 

Who promised these aid that doesn’t exist? Social media apparently. A representative for African Communities Together said that the lack of aid has some aliens sleeping in subways, desperate for food.

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America's Assange Deadline

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The United States issued a "non-assurance" that they will treat Julian Assange well if they get their approval to extradite him from the U.K. 

Last month, a court ruled that Assange could not be extradited to the U.S. unless the U.S. provides assurances that he will be well-treated while in custody. Stella Assange, Assange's wife and lawyer, says that this assurance "does nothing to relieve [their] family's extreme distress about his future–his grim expectation of spending the rest of his life in isolation in US prison for publishing award-winning journalism. The Biden Administration must drop this dangerous prosecution before it is too late.”

So how will the U.K. government take this "non-assurance"? The United States has admitted that it tried to assassinate Assange while he was in the Ecuadorian embassy but now they say that he'll be safe. What sane person would believe that? If the courts reject this bogus assurance, it will allow a new appeal because the court ruled that he "has a real prospect of success on 3 of the 9 grounds of appeal." 

He should be freed while the courts decide! It is not protocol to detain people during extradition trials! 

What's Trending?

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Johnny Depp is trending because he doesn’t dress like a bum any more since moving to London.

“Smoking ban” is trending because a new bill in the U.K. would prohibit anyone born after January 1, 2009 from ever buying tobacco products.  

Doll makeup is an online trend that has celebrities and regular people trying to do their makeup to look like Bratz dolls. Some say it is giving Lolita vibes and that's not a good thing. 

News By The Numbers

6.26 inches. That is how much rain fell in Dubai this week, which is about two-years worth for the desert city. The city was crippled by massive flooding as a result. 

50. That is how old Posh Spice Victoria Beckham turns today. Her husband David Beckham posted this tribute to her on Instagram. 

2.9%. That is how much inflation rose in Canada in March compared to last year. 

41.80 seconds. That is how fast male athlete Camden Shreiner ran the women’s 300-meter race, setting a new record in the female category at an event in New York. He raced as a woman named Sadie in this race but last year he raced as Camden in the male 100-meter category and came in 19th. Is that fair? 

Trouble in the Skies, Seriously

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American Airlines pilots are raising the alarm on a “significant spike” in safety and maintenance issues, such as tools left in wheel wells and more “collisions on the ground during towing operations, poor record keeping and abbreviated check flights after maintenance.” 

This comes from a memo from the airlines’ pilot union. It says that “while United Airlines is currently under public and government scrutiny, it could just as easily be American Airlines.” 

American Airlines says that it will meet with the union to look into this. Is this related to Boeing airplane failures or something else?  

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