Web Research Links for the Week of 10/24/22

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UPDATED: Major Attack Of Ukrainian & US Drones On Russian Black Sea Fleet In Sevastopol, Crimea – https://southfront.org/major-attack-of-ukrainian-us-drones-on-russian-black-sea-fleet-in-sevastopol-crimea/ – >”On the morning of October 29th, the city of Sevastopol in Crimea was subjected to the major attack by Ukrainian and US UAVs. This was the largest attack on the Russian city since the beginning of the Russian military operations in Ukraine. This is the first coordinated attack on Crimea by a swarm of drones in three dimensions… The attack began at about 4:30 am local time. The air defense systems in Sevastopol repelled drone attacks for several hours. The ships of the Black Sea Fleet three times repelled the attacks by the enemy UAVs and the coastal air defenses repelled two more attacks off the coast of the city. The Armed Forces of Ukraine attempted to hit the Russian fuel terminal in Sevastopol. At the same time, the swarm of UAVs targeted the Russian Black Sea Fleet… The Russian Ministry of Defence clarified that in total 9 UAVs and 7 unmanned surface vehicle (USV) were involved in the attack on ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian vessels in Sevastopol.”

Sweden Ditches Agenda 2030’s Climate Change Scam – by Rhoda Wilson – https://expose-news.com/2022/10/29/sweden-ditches-agenda-2030s-climate-change-scam/ “On 17 October 2022, Ulf Kristersson was elected Sweden’s Prime Minister.  The next day Prime Minister Kristersson made it clear there would be no climate and environment minister – he dissolved the Ministry of the Environment. Environmental issues have been relocated to the Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation… Two weeks before, the Ministry of the Environment Sweden issued a press release stating it was “supporting efforts of developing countries on emission reductions, climate adaptation, capacity-building and technology transfer.”  In other words, supporting the implementation of Agenda 2030.”

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