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The Lead: NYTimes Admits Ukraine Attacking Civilians
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The New York Times reports that Ukraine fired on Russian civilians inside of Russia. This is a rare admission of Ukraine's aggression and attacks on civilians, something the media tries so hard not to do.
On Tuesday, Russia shot down eight drone attacks but civilian buildings were still damaged. The New York Times offers this puzzling explanation:
"Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to President Volodymyr Zelensky, said Ukraine had not been 'directly involved' in the attack but was 'happy' to watch the events taking place across the border. A spokesman for its air force, which typically maintains a policy of strategic ambiguity over attacks on Russian soil, declined to comment."
Ambiguity? President Joe Biden promised that Ukraine would not use the weapons from the U.S. to attack Russia. His assurance was unambiguous.
Russia's ambassador to the U.S. Anatoly Antonov said that the U.S. is encouraging terrorist attacks by not condemning this action.
Meanwhile, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi said this week that Ukraine's use of depleted uranium is totally fine. "It is important <…> to understand that this does not create an immediate radiological emergency," he told reporters.
CNN says that Serbians attacked NATO peacekeepers. Or was it the other way around?
NATO will send 700 more "peace keeping" troops to Kosovo after this week's clashes after what it called "unprovoked attacks against KFOR troops in northern Kosovo."
The violence happened with these troops trying to disperse a protest of ethnic Serbs who were protesting recent elections that had a paltry 4% turnout. At least 50 people were injured.
NATO says that Serbia must recognize the independence of Kosovo, which they do not. So should we all recognize the independence of the Donbas area in former Ukraine? No, that's different, apparently.
On Monday, Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic wrote this on an autograph screen after his French Open win: “Kosovo is the heart of Serbia. Stop the violence.”
Some were calling for him to be punished for this but officials say that he will not be punished because currently there are "no official Grand Slam rules on what players can or cannot say."
However, Kosovo Olympic authorities have asked the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to open disciplinary proceedings against him.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning about an uptick in human metapneumovirus. That name rolls off the tongue.
It is a respiratory virus that can be dangerous for people with weakened immune systems as well as children and older adults. There is no vaccine and antibiotics do not apply because it is not a bacterial disease. The virus usually improves within two to five days. However, the virus can turn into more serious conditions such as bronchitis and pneumonia.
An infectious disease specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital told USA Today that this "uptick" could be because we have more ability to test for these viruses than ever before. Still, the same rules apply for good hygiene: cover your mouth, wash your hands, and don't cough or sneeze on people or food.
Activists were not able to stop Professor Kathleen Stock for speaking at Oxford on Tuesday but boy did they try! Her speech went ahead but you can clearly hear people outside the room trying their damndest to wail over her.
And what is it that they absolutely did not want her to say? That we as a society need to be able to tolerate offense. That progressive ideas always cause offense and that we need them to move forward. That satire depends on offense because the very definition of satire is to treat something irreverently which people normally treat reverently.
Is this really something people didn't want to hear? More it was that she is someone people don't want to hear FROM. Stock writes and speaks about how biological sex is real and that a man cannot appropriate womanhood without infringing on the rights of biological women. She lost her job for this and she is a trans rights activists public enemy number one. It was her writing that informed a lot of what J.K. Rowling has said so they hate her.
In advance of the speech, one student glued herself to the floor near the podium but it seems she was removed in time for Dr. Stock to carry on.
And yet she was able to speak because Oxford took a stand against the cancel culture. Hard to believe but it happened.
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