13:53 [Indian Punchline]
In what must be one of his sharpest rhetorical outbursts against the Trump administration, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused the United States on Saturday of “savagery” for inflicting $150 billion of damage on Iran due to sanctions. In televised remarks, his voice shaking with anger, Rouhani said, “With their illegal and inhuman sanctions, and terrorist actions, the Americans have inflicted 150 billion dollars of damage on the people of Iran. We haven’t seen such an extent of savagery … The address for Iranian people’s curses and hatred is the White House.”
13:20 [The Last American Vagabond]
Researchers at a BSL-3 lab tied to the organizers of the 2001 Dark Winter simulation, DARPA, and the post-9/11 biodefense industrial complex are genetically modifying anthrax to express Covid-19 components, according to FOIA documents. Soon after having been fired from his post as secretary of the treasury in December 2002, after a policy clash with the president, Paul O’Neill became a trustee of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Despite having just worked under and clashed with George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, it wasn’t until O’Neill began answering to UPMC CEO Jeffrey Romoff as a member of the Center’s board that he chose to publicly denounce a superior as “evil.”
13:51 [Alnasdar News]
BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:20 P.M.) – Video footage of the Armenian army’s attack against the Azerbaijani forces was released on social media, Sunday, as the footage showed tanks being destroyed by missile fire. In a video released by the Armenian media, the Armenian army can be seen destroying the Azerbaijani tanks in a powerful attack that Yerevan said was carried out in retaliation for attacks on Karabakh by the Azerbaijani forces.