• NATO 'scrambles jets', Kremlin claims, as Putin sends two nuclear-capable missile carriers over Norwegian Sea

    The Kremlin launched two missile carriers to fly over the Norwegian Sea
    NATO scrambled jets in response, Russia has claimed
    Tensions between Russia and the bloc have been steadily rising

    NATO has scrambled warplanes to confront a pair of nuclear-capable missile carriers that were seen patrolling the Norwegian Sea today, Russia has claimed.

    The Kremlin once again taunted the bloc by launching two TU-95MS planes to patrol the Norwegian Sea, which were escorted by a group of Su35S aircraft.
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    NATO 'scrambles jets', Kremlin claims, as Putin sends two nuclear-capable missile carriers over Norwegian Sea
    By Will Stewart and Perkin Amalaraj 13:58 GMT 12 Feb 2024 , updated 14:58 GMT 12 Feb 2024

    The Kremlin launched two missile carriers to fly over the Norwegian Sea
    NATO scrambled jets in response, Russia has claimed
    Tensions between Russia and the bloc have been steadily rising
    NATO has scrambled warplanes to confront a pair of nuclear-capable missile carriers that were seen patrolling the Norwegian Sea today, Russia has claimed.

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    The Kremlin once again taunted the bloc by launching two TU-95MS planes to patrol the Norwegian Sea, which were escorted by a group of Su35S aircraft.

    The five-hour flight also saw 'fighters from foreign countries' accompany the unit, though Moscow did not specify which Wester air forces were deployed. An MoD source told MailOnline that the RAF have not launched any planes in response to the fly-over.

    The Norwegian Sea is bordered to the south by Britain - the north of Shetland, to the east by Norway, and to the west by Iceland.

    'The flight was carried out in strict accordance with international rules for the use of airspace,' said Lieutenant-General Sergei Kobylash, commander of Russian long-range aviation.


    NATO scrambles jets as Russia sends two nuclear missiles over sea

    Russian Tu-95MS nuclear-capable strategic missile carriers flew over the Norwegian Sea
    Russian Tu-95MS nuclear-capable strategic missile carriers flew over the Norwegian Sea
    The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War
    The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War
    'Long-range aviation pilots regularly fly over the neutral waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic, Pacific Ocean, Black and Baltic Seas.'

    READ MORE: Elon Musk is hailed in Russia as 'Colonel Muskov' after it's claimed Putin's forces are using his Starlink system to aid Ukrainian invasion
    The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War in the coming years.

    But the UK's overstretched armed forces may be unable to effectively fight in a potential world war, as chronic shortages of troops and equipment are being covered up in a 'veil of secrecy', MPs have warned.

    In a damning report released last week, the Defence Select Committee concluded the Army is the UK's 'weakest service' due to 'significant capability deficiencies' – which included drastic shortages of vehicles, tanks and even ammunition.

    After facing a wall of silence while compiling their Ready For War report, the MPs urged military top brass and Ministers to be more transparent about the shortcomings so they can be addressed urgently.

    The report further highlights war-readiness issues with the Royal Navy's £3.5billion aircraft carriers, too.

    Ukrainian servicemen light a fire with gun powder to get warm near the city of Bakhmut
    Ukrainian servicemen light a fire with gun powder to get warm near the city of Bakhmut
    Ukrainian serviceman of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army stands at a fortified position, at an undisclosed location next to the Vuhledar frontline
    Ukrainian serviceman of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army stands at a fortified position, at an undisclosed location next to the Vuhledar frontline
    Firefighters try to extinguish the fire broke out on a destroyed building after Russian shelling
    Firefighters try to extinguish the fire broke out on a destroyed building after Russian shelling
    Despite spending about £50billion a year on defence, 'sustained ongoing investment' is needed for the UK to fight a 'high-intensity war', the report concludes.

    READ MORE: Russia mocks the West's fury over Trump after he said he'd encourage Putin to attack NATO nations who fail to pay bills - 'Do they seriously think we will bomb defaulters once a quarter?'
    Witnesses told the inquiry that the Armed Forces would struggle in a major conflict, claiming the British Army does not have enough new infantry fighting vehicles, Challenger tanks or adequate missile defence capabilities.

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    The Royal Navy is suffering from delays to a new frigate programme and an 'over-tasked' aircraft fleet, while the RAF has a shortfall of combat aircraft, delays to new Chinook helicopters and too few pilots.

    The heads of the Forces also raised concerns about stockpiles used by Ukraine reducing the amount available to the UK.

    The report warned of 'capacity shortfalls', with the MoD admitting to only recruiting five service personnel for every eight who leave.

    Earlier this week, Putin told Tucker Carlson that a Russian defeat in the war he unleashed by invading Ukraine is 'impossible' and 'will never happen'.

    There is also acute concern in eastern Europe over the prospect of a re-elected Donald Trump downscaling NATO.

    Putin told Carlson 'we have no interest in Poland, Latvia or anywhere else- why would we?

    'We simply have no interest..... It is absolutely out of the question.'

    However, he earlier made similar claims about using force to grab Crimea and other areas of Ukraine.

    MailOnline has contacted NATO and the UK's Ministry of Defence for comment.

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    NATO 'scrambles jets', Kremlin claims, as Putin sends two nuclear-capable missile carriers over Norwegian Sea ➡️The Kremlin launched two missile carriers to fly over the Norwegian Sea ➡️NATO scrambled jets in response, Russia has claimed ➡️Tensions between Russia and the bloc have been steadily rising NATO has scrambled warplanes to confront a pair of nuclear-capable missile carriers that were seen patrolling the Norwegian Sea today, Russia has claimed. The Kremlin once again taunted the bloc by launching two TU-95MS planes to patrol the Norwegian Sea, which were escorted by a group of Su35S aircraft. READ https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13074167/NATO-scrambles-jets-Kremlin-claims-Putin-sends-two-nuclear-capable-missile-carriers-Norwegian-Sea.html NATO 'scrambles jets', Kremlin claims, as Putin sends two nuclear-capable missile carriers over Norwegian Sea By Will Stewart and Perkin Amalaraj 13:58 GMT 12 Feb 2024 , updated 14:58 GMT 12 Feb 2024 The Kremlin launched two missile carriers to fly over the Norwegian Sea NATO scrambled jets in response, Russia has claimed Tensions between Russia and the bloc have been steadily rising NATO has scrambled warplanes to confront a pair of nuclear-capable missile carriers that were seen patrolling the Norwegian Sea today, Russia has claimed. Advertisement Advertisement The Kremlin once again taunted the bloc by launching two TU-95MS planes to patrol the Norwegian Sea, which were escorted by a group of Su35S aircraft. The five-hour flight also saw 'fighters from foreign countries' accompany the unit, though Moscow did not specify which Wester air forces were deployed. An MoD source told MailOnline that the RAF have not launched any planes in response to the fly-over. The Norwegian Sea is bordered to the south by Britain - the north of Shetland, to the east by Norway, and to the west by Iceland. 'The flight was carried out in strict accordance with international rules for the use of airspace,' said Lieutenant-General Sergei Kobylash, commander of Russian long-range aviation. NATO scrambles jets as Russia sends two nuclear missiles over sea Russian Tu-95MS nuclear-capable strategic missile carriers flew over the Norwegian Sea Russian Tu-95MS nuclear-capable strategic missile carriers flew over the Norwegian Sea The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War 'Long-range aviation pilots regularly fly over the neutral waters of the Arctic, North Atlantic, Pacific Ocean, Black and Baltic Seas.' READ MORE: Elon Musk is hailed in Russia as 'Colonel Muskov' after it's claimed Putin's forces are using his Starlink system to aid Ukrainian invasion The flights come amid warnings from Western politicians and military commanders about the threat of Russia triggering a Third World War in the coming years. But the UK's overstretched armed forces may be unable to effectively fight in a potential world war, as chronic shortages of troops and equipment are being covered up in a 'veil of secrecy', MPs have warned. In a damning report released last week, the Defence Select Committee concluded the Army is the UK's 'weakest service' due to 'significant capability deficiencies' – which included drastic shortages of vehicles, tanks and even ammunition. After facing a wall of silence while compiling their Ready For War report, the MPs urged military top brass and Ministers to be more transparent about the shortcomings so they can be addressed urgently. The report further highlights war-readiness issues with the Royal Navy's £3.5billion aircraft carriers, too. Ukrainian servicemen light a fire with gun powder to get warm near the city of Bakhmut Ukrainian servicemen light a fire with gun powder to get warm near the city of Bakhmut Ukrainian serviceman of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army stands at a fortified position, at an undisclosed location next to the Vuhledar frontline Ukrainian serviceman of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army stands at a fortified position, at an undisclosed location next to the Vuhledar frontline Firefighters try to extinguish the fire broke out on a destroyed building after Russian shelling Firefighters try to extinguish the fire broke out on a destroyed building after Russian shelling Despite spending about £50billion a year on defence, 'sustained ongoing investment' is needed for the UK to fight a 'high-intensity war', the report concludes. READ MORE: Russia mocks the West's fury over Trump after he said he'd encourage Putin to attack NATO nations who fail to pay bills - 'Do they seriously think we will bomb defaulters once a quarter?' Witnesses told the inquiry that the Armed Forces would struggle in a major conflict, claiming the British Army does not have enough new infantry fighting vehicles, Challenger tanks or adequate missile defence capabilities. Advertisement Advertisement The Royal Navy is suffering from delays to a new frigate programme and an 'over-tasked' aircraft fleet, while the RAF has a shortfall of combat aircraft, delays to new Chinook helicopters and too few pilots. The heads of the Forces also raised concerns about stockpiles used by Ukraine reducing the amount available to the UK. The report warned of 'capacity shortfalls', with the MoD admitting to only recruiting five service personnel for every eight who leave. Earlier this week, Putin told Tucker Carlson that a Russian defeat in the war he unleashed by invading Ukraine is 'impossible' and 'will never happen'. There is also acute concern in eastern Europe over the prospect of a re-elected Donald Trump downscaling NATO. Putin told Carlson 'we have no interest in Poland, Latvia or anywhere else- why would we? 'We simply have no interest..... It is absolutely out of the question.' However, he earlier made similar claims about using force to grab Crimea and other areas of Ukraine. MailOnline has contacted NATO and the UK's Ministry of Defence for comment. https://donshafi911.blogspot.com/2024/02/nato-scrambles-jets-kremlin-claims-as.html
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  • Starlink’s overzealous fraud detection locked users out of their accounts...
    Starlink’s overzealous fraud detection locked users out of their accounts...
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  • I added Dione Protocol to my watchlist today. $Dione
    Buying every dip on this gem would be my strategy.
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  • https://gizmodo.com/starlink-spacex-oneweb-global-internet-coverage-1850262880
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    India's space agency plans to launch 36 OneWeb satellites on Sunday, completing the British company's first internet constellation. Watch it live right here.
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  • Elon Musk's SpaceX has blocked the Ukrainian government and its military from using Starlink technology to fly and control #drones.
    Elon Musk's SpaceX has blocked the Ukrainian government and its military from using Starlink technology to fly and control #drones.
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  • Jimmy Dore on Video of Zelesnky Proclaiming: “Ukraine War Is Good For Business!”

    “We have already managed to attract attention and have cooperation with such giants of international financial and investment world as Blackrock, JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs,” Zelensky said. “Such American brands as Starlink or Westinghouse have already become a part of our Ukrainian Way.”

    According to Zelensky, “Everyone can become a big business by working with Ukraine, in all sectors: from weapons and defense to construction, from communication to agriculture, from transport to IT, from banks to medicine.”

    Dore Made Fun of the Dark Reality

    Dore: "Everything from weapons and defense to constructing the shit those weapons blow up and then making more weapons to blow up the shit we just fixed!"

    Kurt Metzger: "I think I'm gonna move to Ukraine! .. a lot of opportunity."

    Dore: "Right? Alot of opportunity."

    WATCH: Zelensky Speech Clip

    (https://t.me/g3news/12424)????Source: Jimmy dore

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtEglfF8030

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    Jimmy Dore on Video of Zelesnky Proclaiming: “Ukraine War Is Good For Business!” “We have already managed to attract attention and have cooperation with such giants of international financial and investment world as Blackrock, JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs,” Zelensky said. “Such American brands as Starlink or Westinghouse have already become a part of our Ukrainian Way.” According to Zelensky, “Everyone can become a big business by working with Ukraine, in all sectors: from weapons and defense to construction, from communication to agriculture, from transport to IT, from banks to medicine.” Dore Made Fun of the Dark Reality Dore: "Everything from weapons and defense to constructing the shit those weapons blow up and then making more weapons to blow up the shit we just fixed!" Kurt Metzger: "I think I'm gonna move to Ukraine! .. a lot of opportunity." Dore: "Right? Alot of opportunity." WATCH: Zelensky Speech Clip (https://t.me/g3news/12424)????Source: Jimmy dore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtEglfF8030 Follow---t.me/g3news
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  • Agreement enabling satellite service for Android smartphone users
    A new partnership between satellite phone maker Iridium and phone chip maker Qualcomm could open up a new world of connectivity for mobile phone users by allowing users of Android smartphones to use satellite. .

    As a result of this agreement between the two companies, in places where mobile phone signals are not available, users will be able to send and receive messages by connecting their phones to satellites.

    However, this benefit will be available only to those users whose phones run on the Android system and which have a Qualcomm chip installed.

    This facility will initially be provided only for sending or receiving basic message i.e. text message in case of emergency i.e. emergency.

    It should be noted that the Apple company has also announced that the satellite feature will be introduced in the iPhone 14 by September 2022.

    British smartphone maker Bullitt has also beaten Apple to launch a satellite service. However, it has also announced to provide facility only for emergency messaging in certain places.

    Under the agreement between Iridium and Qualcomm, the same facility will be offered to millions of smartphone users who do not have a specific brand of phone, but the company that manufactures the phone will have to provide this feature.

    Why does the mobile phone signal and internet also disappear as soon as the electricity goes out in Pakistan?

    Iridium is the first company to make satellite phone systems, sending its first satellite into space in 1997. As of 2019, Iridium had 75 satellites.

    These satellites fly in space 780 km above the earth and can communicate with each other to transfer data.

    Qualcomm has said that this feature called Snapdragon will only be included in the Premier chips for now and will not be available in cheaper phones.

    However, later this service will be provided to tablets, laptops and even vehicles, which will not be limited to emergencies only. It is likely that a fee will be charged for this service.

    Mobile phone connectivity through satellite is considered to be the next and future frontier of the world of communication which will solve a fundamental problem i.e. coverage, making communication possible even in areas where the signals of mobile phone companies are not available.

    This problem becomes more complicated in rural and remote areas.

    US billionaire Elon Musk's company Starlink is already working on providing wider coverage via satellite.

    Satellite broadband is therefore faster and more reliable, but also more expensive than a cable or fiber connection.

    How common communication via satellites will become in the future will also depend on legislation in different countries, as countries such as India and China have banned the use of satellite phones.
    Agreement enabling satellite service for Android smartphone users A new partnership between satellite phone maker Iridium and phone chip maker Qualcomm could open up a new world of connectivity for mobile phone users by allowing users of Android smartphones to use satellite. . As a result of this agreement between the two companies, in places where mobile phone signals are not available, users will be able to send and receive messages by connecting their phones to satellites. However, this benefit will be available only to those users whose phones run on the Android system and which have a Qualcomm chip installed. This facility will initially be provided only for sending or receiving basic message i.e. text message in case of emergency i.e. emergency. It should be noted that the Apple company has also announced that the satellite feature will be introduced in the iPhone 14 by September 2022. British smartphone maker Bullitt has also beaten Apple to launch a satellite service. However, it has also announced to provide facility only for emergency messaging in certain places. Under the agreement between Iridium and Qualcomm, the same facility will be offered to millions of smartphone users who do not have a specific brand of phone, but the company that manufactures the phone will have to provide this feature. Why does the mobile phone signal and internet also disappear as soon as the electricity goes out in Pakistan? Iridium is the first company to make satellite phone systems, sending its first satellite into space in 1997. As of 2019, Iridium had 75 satellites. These satellites fly in space 780 km above the earth and can communicate with each other to transfer data. Qualcomm has said that this feature called Snapdragon will only be included in the Premier chips for now and will not be available in cheaper phones. However, later this service will be provided to tablets, laptops and even vehicles, which will not be limited to emergencies only. It is likely that a fee will be charged for this service. Mobile phone connectivity through satellite is considered to be the next and future frontier of the world of communication which will solve a fundamental problem i.e. coverage, making communication possible even in areas where the signals of mobile phone companies are not available. This problem becomes more complicated in rural and remote areas. US billionaire Elon Musk's company Starlink is already working on providing wider coverage via satellite. Satellite broadband is therefore faster and more reliable, but also more expensive than a cable or fiber connection. How common communication via satellites will become in the future will also depend on legislation in different countries, as countries such as India and China have banned the use of satellite phones.
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  • ????BREAKING: Elon Musk: I’m Trying My Hardest to De-Escalate This Situation and Obviously Failing

    Elon Musk engaged Kim Dotcom earlier today after Kim responded to Musk's earlier (https://t.me/g3news/9923) [sarcastic] statement that "even though starlink is still losing money & other companies are getting billions of taxpayer $, we'll just keep funding ukraine govt for free":

    Kim: "In other words you will continue your support for the US proxy war in Ukraine despite your better knowledge that this is a US proxy war and the risk of a nuclear war because of the US proxy war? And we are supposed to believe that you will fix twitter? How utterly disappointing."

    Musk: Damned if you do, damned if you don’t, so … guess I’m just damned

    Kim: I love you E. You know that. Many people look up to you. I believe in you. We are facing nuclear war because of reckless US foreign policy in Ukraine. You know that. This is a big one. We have to put our personal interests aside for the sake of humanity. I know you love humanity.

    Musk: I’m trying my hardest to de-escalate this situation and obviously failing.

    Kim: You’re not failing Elon. Quite the opposite. Your call for PEACE has given a lot of people hope. I almost gave up with my efforts to educate people about the massive risk humanity is facing. Then came your peace tweet. It reenergized me. Be a force for good. Let’s stop this war.

    Sources: Elon Musk (https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1581378204841172992),
    Kim Dotcom (https://twitter.com/KimDotcom/status/1581381656140972032)

    ????BREAKING: Elon Musk: I’m Trying My Hardest to De-Escalate This Situation and Obviously Failing Elon Musk engaged Kim Dotcom earlier today after Kim responded to Musk's earlier (https://t.me/g3news/9923) [sarcastic] statement that "even though starlink is still losing money & other companies are getting billions of taxpayer $, we'll just keep funding ukraine govt for free": Kim: "In other words you will continue your support for the US proxy war in Ukraine despite your better knowledge that this is a US proxy war and the risk of a nuclear war because of the US proxy war? And we are supposed to believe that you will fix twitter? How utterly disappointing." Musk: Damned if you do, damned if you don’t, so … guess I’m just damned Kim: I love you E. You know that. Many people look up to you. I believe in you. We are facing nuclear war because of reckless US foreign policy in Ukraine. You know that. This is a big one. We have to put our personal interests aside for the sake of humanity. I know you love humanity. Musk: I’m trying my hardest to de-escalate this situation and obviously failing. Kim: You’re not failing Elon. Quite the opposite. Your call for PEACE has given a lot of people hope. I almost gave up with my efforts to educate people about the massive risk humanity is facing. Then came your peace tweet. It reenergized me. Be a force for good. Let’s stop this war. Sources: Elon Musk (https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1581378204841172992), Kim Dotcom (https://twitter.com/KimDotcom/status/1581381656140972032)
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