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Russia already has nuclear weapons in the Baltic region




Russia already has nuclear weapons in the Baltic region, Lithuanian Defence Minister Arvydas Anusauskas said on Thursday.

One of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest allies warned NATO on Thursday that if Sweden and Finland joined the U.S.-led military alliance then Russia would have to bolster its defences in the region, including by deploying nuclear weapons.

Anusauskas told Lithuania’s BNS wire that ‘nuclear weapons’ have been deployed in Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave on the Baltic Sea since, before the current crisis.

“The current Russian threats look quite strange, when we know that, even without the present security situation, they keep the weapon 100 km from Lithuania’s border,” the minister was quoted by the wire on Thursday.

“Nuclear weapons have always been kept in Kaliningrad … the international community, the countries in the region, are perfectly aware of this … They use it as a threat,” he was quoted.

Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave, on the shore of the Baltic Sea, is sandwiched between NATO members Lithuania and Poland.

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte on Thursday said the Russian threat to increase military, including nuclear, in the Baltic region was “nothing new.”





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[VIDEO] Joe’s Handlers Came Up With a NEW Way to Deflect From His “Cognitive Issues”



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They must’ve pumped up Joe Biden with a lot of juice to get him through that Buffalo, New York speech yesterday.


He was probably hooked up to an IV for 48 hours, just to get enough meds into his wrinkly old veins to keep him looking semi-alert.

Well, whatever they gave him has clearly worn off and Joe now needs to have his batteries recharged.

Biden was tripping all over his tongue during recent comments he made. But I noticed something interesting that’s been happening lately.

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Now, when Joe screws up and has one of his “cognitive spells,” he simply fluffs it off with a self-deprecating joke, and the audience awkwardly laughs.

The entire “Alzheimer’s moment” is just laughed off, and brushed aside as if it’s some normal, everyday occurrence.

It’s not, but Joe’s Handlers want you to think it is.




Here’s what people said online:

“They just laugh like it’s a regular good thing”

“His batteries were made in Beijing!”

“Will you all be laughing when the VP has to step up and be the new fake president?” 

“This is torture He needs prayers”

“Can someone pull a Bruce Almighty on his teleprompter, please? Be the hero we are all looking for.”

“He is always heavily medicated. Elder abuse on TV”

“I’ve noticed he has started trying to deflect from the cognitive decline by using self-deprecating humor. Sad to see, but he shouldn’t be president in that condition.”

“I’m told they are using Adderall to keep him going.”

“Oh my he’s deteriorating rapidly”

“So, now Joe’s dementia is “FUNNY” huh? We’re all supposed to laugh and move on?” 


We went from it’s a “childhood stutter,” to “laughing it off” in record time, didn’t we?

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Iran: Protests Over Soaring Food Prices Hit Several Cities



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Rising prices and food shortages have triggered widespread protests in Iran, with video footage showing demonstrators chanting “death” to the country’s ruling duo — Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Ebrahim Raisi. “Protests over soaring food prices continued in several cities in Iran on Saturday, according to postings on social media,” the UK newspaper Guardian noted.

The oil-rich Shia Islamic regime, which has closely allied itself with Russia since the beginning of the Ukraine invasion, appears to be suffering the fallout from the raging conflict. The TV channel France24 noted that “in recent days, [the Iranian] people have been struggling to obtain basic necessities. Lines have stretched outside of food stores where some people have been seen fighting over cooking oil. Others have turned to looting.”

While ordinary Iranians face hardships, the regime is busy investing billions expanding its nuclear weapons program and financing terrorists groups abroad. In April, the Mullah regime signed up to join the emerging anti-U.S. military alliance led by China, and conducted war games with Chinese and Russian navies in the Indian Ocean two months ago.

The Associated Press reported the latest Iranian protests:

An Iranian lawmaker says one person was killed in his city during recent unrest over price increases in the southwestern Khuzestan province, semi-official ILNA news agency reported Saturday.

Ahmad Avaei, a member of parliament from Dezful did not give the name or gender of the person killed, or say how many people were arrested during the unrest.

State media reported Friday that Iranian authorities had arrested at least 22 demonstrators who had been protesting sudden price hikes of subsidized staple foods, 15 of them in Dezful. A firefighter was injured in clashes with demonstrators in a nearby city, Andimeshk.

The unrests follow Iran’s announcement earlier in the week that the cost of cooking oil, chicken, eggs and milk would rise by as much as 300%, as food prices surge across the Middle East due to global supply chain snarls and Russia’s invasion of major food exporter Ukraine.

Protests in Iran, set off by economic turmoil, often turn into anti-regime unrest. In November 2019, protests which began over fuel price hike ignited a nationwide movement against the Mullah rule. The regime quelled those protests by murdering more than a thousand demonstrators. The Islamic Guard (IRGC) and other pro-regime militia used snipers, machine guns, and helicopter gunships to mow down hundred of unarmed demonstrators, independent investigations showed.

Biden’s Nuke Deal in Limbo

The current wave of anti-regime protests in Iran come at an inopportune time for President Joe Biden, who desperately wants to restore the 2015 nuclear deal with the regime. His administration has already made a series of concessions to appease Tehran. Reversing President Donald Trump’s policy of Maximum Pressure of Iran, the Biden White House weakened the sanctions pressure on the regime.

To further sweeten the Obama-era nuke deal, the Biden White House officials even toyed with idea of removing the IRGC — Iranian regime’s foreign terrorist arm — from the U.S. terror list, news reports suggest.

Apart from murdering dissidents and anti-regime demonstrators at home, the IRGC funds, trains, and arms the deadliest jihadi and terrorist groups across the Muslim world, including Gaza-based Hamas, Palestrina Islamic Jihad (PIJ), Lebanese Hezbollah, and Yemen’s Ansar Allah Houthi militia.



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