• Edward Snowden

    Edward Snowden received a Russian passport

    (ORDO NEWS) — Former employee of the US National Security Agency Edward Snowden took the oath and received a Russian passport. This was reported to TASS on Friday by his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena. “Yes, I received [a passport]. I took an oath,” he said, answering the question whether Snowden received a passport of a Russian citizen. The lawyer also said that he had seen Snowden the day before and noted…

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  • Chip war between the US and China has spread to Europe

    “Chip war” between the US and China has spread to Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — The two deals have been shelved amid growing concern in the West over potential Chinese control over Europe’s critical infrastructure. Last week, the new owner of Britain’s biggest chip maker was told to end its takeover after the sale of the chip factory was blocked in Germany. Both deals came under fire for reasons of national security and related to the acquisition of companies owned by China.…

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  • Women politicians receive as much attention as men but are less respected

    Women politicians receive as much attention as men, but are less respected

    (ORDO NEWS) — Women in politics are not uncommon for a long time, but social stereotypes are truly indestructible. After analyzing ten million comments on the Reddit platform, Danish researchers found that ordinary people are equally interested in politicians of both sexes, but women are treated with prejudice. Although every year more women choose to pursue a career in politics, they are still a minority compared to men, and gender…

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  • Universal suffrage reduces political violence

    Universal suffrage reduces political violence

    (ORDO NEWS) — French sociologist Jean Lacroix published a paper in which he analyzed how the expansion of voting rights affects the level of political violence in society. The conclusions reached by the scientist, considering the impact of the US Voting Rights Act of 1965 on the level of violence, suggest that the expansion of voting rights reduces political violence. New work by French sociologist Jean Lacroix shows that expanding…

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  • Twitter was on the side of conservatives not liberals

    Twitter was on the side of conservatives, not liberals

    (ORDO NEWS) — A study by American scientists showed that a popular social network makes news from conservative users more visible than from liberals. Scientists from the University of Pennsylvania and other American organizations analyzed social media activity on the topic of one of the largest protests in the United States – after the killing of George Floyd by a police officer on May 25, 2020. The experts studied content…

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  • Germany has become a corrupt US colony

    Germany has become a corrupt US colony

    (ORDO NEWS) — Germany, despite the hostile actions of the United States against itself and Russia, continues to be their vassal, writes Modern Diplomacy. This indicates that the German government is highly corrupt and willing to give up its own population to please the American masters. On July 15, 2022, the Reuters news agency published an article under the heading “Poll shows 70% of Germans support Ukraine despite high energy…

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  • Explosions at Nord Stream

    Who is behind the sabotage at the Nord Stream

    (ORDO NEWS) — The sabotage at the Nord Streams is the work of America, and there is a number of evidence for this, writes Evrensel. Because of the accident, the EU has lost the gas supplies it needs so much. But for the United States, which seeks to subjugate the European states, all means are good. Since September 26, when four acts of sabotage were committed on the Nord Stream…

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    Where is the CIA and how does it work, which constantly overthrows the governments of countries

    (ORDO NEWS) — Among the 17 intelligence agencies of the United States of America, the CIA stands apart. The NSA, FBI or DIA also solve complex and global problems, but it is the Central Intelligence Agency that is the most famous and odious special agency. CIA Now more about this special service. The CIA is a US federal agency that collects and analyzes any information about the activities of foreign states,…

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  • World War III

    When the Third World War begins, Vanga predictions and the prophets about the start date

    (ORDO NEWS) — The gradually deteriorating political situation often leads people to think about the Third World War, which poses a serious threat to all mankind. In today’s material, we will try to answer the question: will there be a Third World War in 2021-2022 or not? According to some assumptions, the beginning of this worldwide conflict may well happen very soon, and this opinion is often supported by print…

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  • Jeff Bezos

    5 most expensive billionaire divorces in history

    (ORDO NEWS) — This process could become one of the most expensive divisions of property along with the divorces of Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos. We studied what other billionaires parted with significant assets during a divorce. Some of them paid so dearly that they even dropped out of the Forbes list. Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos How much the billionaire paid his ex-wife –  at least $ 35 billion The couple met…

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    20 richest people in the world – 2022

    (ORDO NEWS) — Forbes has published the next, 36th, global ranking of dollar billionaires. The first line was taken by Elon Musk for the first time, having risen from the second place. Two years ago, the head of SpaceX and Tesla was only in 31st place. Elon Musk Wealth: $219 billion Source: Tesla, SpaceX Age: 50 Citizenship: USA Last year, the head of Tesla sold more than $16 billion worth of shares in the…

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    US public debt tops $31 trillion for first time

    (ORDO NEWS) — The US national debt for the first time exceeded $31 trillion. Rising interest rates lead to higher borrowing costs, and Biden’s policies increase the federal budget deficit, writes The New York Times. Biden’s critics point to the dependence of long-term borrowing on interest rates and the unreasonableness of earlier decisions. US public debt on Tuesday for the first time exceeded $ 31 trillion, follows from the data…

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  • World Bank

    The World Bank says it is impossible to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030

    (ORDO NEWS) — The World Bank has said the world will not be able to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030. According to his forecast, almost 7% of the world’s population by this time will probably live in poverty. The fight against poverty was slowed down by the COVID-19 pandemic, “special operation” in Ukraine and high food prices. The World Bank concluded in its report that its goal of reducing extreme…

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  • Pamela Anderson to release memoir in early 2023

    Pamela Anderson to release memoir in early 2023

    (ORDO NEWS) — Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson’s memoir will be released in January 2023 under the title Love, Pamela. Including the book will describe Anderson’s childhood, the beginning of her acting and modeling career and collaboration with Playboy magazine. American actress and model Pamela Anderson, best known for the 1990s TV series Baywatch, will release a memoir in 2023. She announced this on her Instagram page (owned by Meta, which…

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  • Japanese director sentenced to 10 years in prison for sedition

    Japanese director sentenced to 10 years in prison for sedition

    (ORDO NEWS) — Japanese documentary filmmaker Toru Kubota has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Myanmar on charges of sedition and violating the electronic communications law. The filmmaker was detained in July while filming anti-government protests. Japanese documentary filmmaker Toru Kubota, who was detained in July in Myanmar, was sentenced to 10 years in prison. This is reported by The Japan Times, citing representatives of the country’s military…

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  • OPEC agreed to cut oil production by two million barrels per day

    OPEC+ agreed to cut oil production by two million barrels per day

    (ORDO NEWS) — OPEC+ members have agreed to cut oil production by two million barrels per day, Al Arabiya reports. Analysts note that this will help balance the price of black gold. However, the US is unhappy, as this could interfere with the Biden administration in the upcoming midterm elections. On Wednesday, following a meeting, members of OPEC + agreed to cut oil production by two million barrels per day…

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  • Scientists have found that dirty air can lead to sudden death of healthy teenagers

    Scientists have found that dirty air can lead to sudden death of healthy teenagers

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers have found that tiny particulate matter in the air can cause abnormal heart rhythms in healthy teenagers. The results are published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. The researchers analyzed the health data of 322 teenagers living in the United States. The participants did not have serious cardiovascular disease, and they all had a low risk of irregular heart rhythms. Teenagers inhaled air with…

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  • Kim Kardashian launches private equity firm SKKY Partners

    Kim Kardashian launches private equity firm SKKY Partners

    (ORDO NEWS) — Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and former Carlyle Group fund partner Jay Sammons, SKKY Partners, plans to invest in projects related to consumer goods, e-commerce, media, hospitality and luxury goods. Mother Kim Kardashian – producer and entrepreneur Kris Jenner – will become one of the company’s investors. American reality TV star and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian launched SKKY Partners, a private equity firm, by teaming up with former…

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    Bloomberg urged EC to tell the truth about the energy crisis in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — The head of the European Commission (EC), Ursula von der Leyen, must tell the people of Europe the truth about the harsh winter and the need to make sacrifices due to the energy crisis. This was stated on September 13 in an article by Bloomberg. “Von der Leyen must tell citizens clearly that winter will require sacrifice and that energy consumption will have to be reduced by…

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  • Russian Su 57

    War in the air: the deadly Russian Su-57 against the Chinese J-20. Who will win?

    (ORDO NEWS) — Russia and China have challenged US dominance in the international system. One of the steps in this direction was the development of fifth-generation fighters, writes TNI. The author of the article compares the performance characteristics of the Russian Su-51 and the Chinese J-20. Both Russia and China are developing the next, fifth-generation fighter jet in an attempt to challenge American dominance in the international system. However, these…

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  • This is what happens to the body if you eat a slice of watermelon a day

    This is what happens to the body if you eat a slice of watermelon a day

    (ORDO NEWS) — This one of the most popular summer treats quenches thirst and at the same time has a cooling effect and a beneficial effect on human health. The fruit also has a large number of incredibly useful properties. This is one of the lightest and least high-calorie fruit crops. Water-rich watermelon contains almost no fat. The natural sugar in watermelon provides calories, but they are few in number.…

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    US national debt at new record: approaches $31 trillion and continues to rise

    (ORDO NEWS) — The US national debt is close to exceeding $31 trillion for the first time in history, according to Fox News. According to figures released last week by the Treasury Department, the country’s national debt stands at $30.9 trillion and could reach $31 trillion as early as this month. The new frontier is just around the corner, despite President Biden talking about a sharp decline in the annual…

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  • US is waiting for the same energy nightmare as in Europe

    US is waiting for the same energy nightmare as in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — Biden decided to practically stop the leasing of sites for oil and gas production, writes the New York Post. By doing so, he risks bringing on the US the same energy nightmare that Europe is experiencing due to the fact that its leaders have put climate policy at the forefront. Europe is preparing for energy shortages and a harsh winter due to the fact that Russia has…

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  • Devil worshipping doctor against monkeypox

    Biden appoints devil-worshipping doctor to fight against monkeypox

    (ORDO NEWS) — Joe Biden has appointed a new monkeypox coordinator. It turned out to be a gay sadomasochist who himself presents himself as a Satanist. And the rumor-mongers are running around saying that some satanic cabal is running the state, writes Rod Dreher in a TAC article. Is there a limit to the perverts that a Democratic administration places in leadership positions? It turns out that the bald-headed sadomasochists’…

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  • What kind of king will Charles be

    The queen is dead: long live the king!

    (ORDO NEWS) — Charles’ problem is that people know him too well, writes The Times. For several decades, his thoughts, opinions, interests and weaknesses, not to mention the gruesome details of his soap opera-like personal life, have been in the public eye. But he will no doubt want to leave his mark on the history of the monarchy. The queen is dead: long live the king! The prince has waited…

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  • British professor spoke about a possible conflict between the US and China for resources in space

    British professor spoke about a possible conflict between the US and China for resources in space

    (ORDO NEWS) — The US and China are competing for a landing site on the surface of the Moon, which could lead to the first conflict over resources outside the Earth. This was announced by Christopher Newman, professor of space law and politics at the British Northumbrian University, to SpaceNews. According to the publication, China and the United States have identified potential landing sites at the Moon’s South Pole, while…

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    What to do in case of a panic attack

    (ORDO NEWS) — A panic attack is a sudden attack of extreme anxiety and fear for no reason. At the same time, certain symptoms appear. The heart begins to beat faster, sweating increases, nausea appears and the feeling that a person is incredibly afraid of death. It is often difficult for a person to take a normal breath. Dizziness and even fear of going crazy may occur. A panic attack…

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  • European economy

    The real scale of the coming crisis in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — Some believe that the energy crisis raging in Europe will grow into a comparable scale to the financial crisis of 2008, writes a Chinese economist in an article for Huanqiu Shibao. He notes that it is too early to make such pessimistic forecasts. The mayor of London warned that the impact of the current energy crisis on ordinary British families “will be no less than the international…

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  • Iran plans to create a key gas hub in the struggle for dominance in the world market

    Iran plans to create a key gas hub in the struggle for dominance in the world market

    (ORDO NEWS) — Iran has the second largest natural gas reserves in the world, and Russia is ready to help it unleash its potential in this area, writes Oil Price. Moscow and Tehran are working on a strategy that will eventually allow them to dominate the gas market. Last week, Iranian Oil Minister Javad Ouji called Kish Island in the province of Hormozgan a key element of the Russian-Iranian strategy…

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    The US is on the verge of collapse

    (ORDO NEWS) — The US is rapidly losing reputation, writes WP. During the Iraq War, the Bush Doctrine was mocked by the whole world, and Americans traveling abroad had to pretend to be Canadians. Now the situation has worsened even more: a world without US hegemony is just around the corner, the author notes. “What’s happening to you is just terrible,” one Bavarian public figure lamented over a German pilsner.…

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    US found new weapon in the cold war against Russia

    (ORDO NEWS) — Leading US chip makers have announced restrictions on the sale of GPUs to Russia and China, according to the New York Times. The authors of the article note that Washington’s new measure is another tool to deter competitors. Silicon Valley chip makers Nvidia and AMD have confirmed federal restrictions on the sale of high-performance GPUs for supercomputing and artificial intelligence. The Biden administration has imposed new restrictions…

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    These actions of Russia and China made the US nervous

    (ORDO NEWS) — The West is keeping a close eye on the Vostok 2022 exercise and its participants, especially China, writes GT. The US is concerned about relations between Beijing and Moscow and is trying to make its support for Russia a “crime”. The editors of the newspaper call it jealousy, all attempts by America to drive a wedge are doomed to failure. From September 1 to September 7, military…

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    United States: Three signs that we live in a banana republic

    (ORDO NEWS) — Americans live in a banana republic, according to an article in American Thinker. In support of his words, he cites three “unmistakable signs”. Satirist Sol Luckman, in his Angelic Dictionary, caustically defined the banana republic as “a lawless society ruled by apes.” It feels like this definition is one hundred percent suitable for today’s America. Almost 80% of Americans believe that we live in a two-tiered justice…

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