Russia Sends Ship Armed With Hypersonic Missiles Into Mediterranean

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  • Joe Biden is doing his best to prevent an Israeli response to the Iranian missile attack on Israel, which did not cause any casualties and apparently very little damage.
  • Vladimir Putin responds by sending a Russian frigate armed with hypersonic missiles into the Mediterranean Sea.
  • Joe Biden’s Department of Energy has announced it will not replenish the nearly empty Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
  • Yuval Harari says global elites are preparing a technological Noah’s Ark that will allow them to ride out a series of potentially catastrophic events, leaving the rest of us to drown.
  • The citizens of another major country are protesting against the pending WHO Pandemic Treaty.
  • And more ruthless, unprovoked attacks on New Yorkers.

All these stories and more when the Worldview Report begins, right now!


Good evening and welcome to the Worldview Report.

Joe Biden will not support an Israeli counterattack against Iran after the Islamic regime escalated the conflict between the two countries.

On Saturday evening, Iran launched more than 300 attack drones and missiles towards Israel in retaliation for an airstrike on the Iranian consulate in Damascus, Syria, that killed two IRGC commanders, including a top Iranian general.

The missile and drone barrage did not cause any casualties and limited damage at two separate Israeli air bases. Israel says it intercepted 90 percent of the projectiles with the help of its allies.

Axios reports that Biden said in a conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he will not support any retaliatory attacks from the Israeli Defense Forces.

Biden and his senior advisers voiced concern that an Israeli response to Iran’s attack on Israel would lead to a regional war with catastrophic consequences, U.S. officials told Axios.

Biden told Netanyahu the joint defensive efforts by Israel, the U.S. and other countries in the region led to the failure of the Iranian attack, according to the White House official.

Biden also reportedly urged Netanyahu to “take the win” after Israel successfully intercepted nearly all the drones with the support of the U.S. military.

And when Biden told Netanyahu that the U.S. will not participate in any offensive operations against Iran and will not support such operations, Netanyahu reportedly said he understood.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin spoke on Saturday with his Israeli counterpart Yoav Gallant and asked that Israel notify the U.S. ahead of any response against Iran, a senior Israeli official said.

In his official statement Saturday evening, Biden confirmed that he had spoken with Netanyahu but did not provide any details:

“I’ve just spoken with Prime Minister Netanyahu to reaffirm America’s ironclad commitment to the security of Israel.  I told him that Israel demonstrated a remarkable capacity to defend against and defeat even unprecedented attacks – sending a clear message to its foes that they cannot effectively threaten the security of Israel.”


Russia sent a navy frigate armed with Kinzhal hypersonic missiles into the Mediterranean Sea via the Suez Canal just hours after Iran attacked Israel with hundreds of missiles and drones.

The Kremlin confirmed the ship’s presence in the area.

Last week, Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin spokesman called for countries in the Middle East to show restraint.

Dmitry Peskov said: “Right now, it is very important for everyone to maintain restraint in order not to lead to a complete destabilization of the situation in the region, which does not exactly shine with stability and predictability.”


Just the News reports that House Republicans will take up legislation this week that seeks to support Israel and respond to Iran after the Islamic Republic launched a major missile and drone attack on Israel over the weekend.

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise wrote on X Saturday that the attack was “unprovoked,” adding:

“In light of Iran’s unjustified attack on Israel, the House will move from its previously announced legislative schedule next week to instead consider legislation that supports our ally Israel and holds Iran and its terrorist proxies accountable.”

Other Republican leaders also jumped to back Israel after the attack and, contrary to the White House, seemed to be urging a strong Israeli response, even though only a few missiles made it through Israeli’s air defenses and caused no casualties.

House Speaker Mike Johnson said  he urged the “White House to insist upon a proper response” to the attack and that the “Biden Administration’s undermining of Israel and appeasement of Iran have contributed to these terrible developments.”

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday urged the House to pass a supplemental national security bill that would support both Israel and Ukraine.


After drastically depleting the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve in the run-up to the 2022 midterm elections, Joe Biden’s Department of Energy has announced it will not purchase up to 3 million barrels of oil this summer from a site in Louisiana, as originally planned.

A department spokesperson told S&P Global:

“Keeping the taxpayer’s interest at the forefront, we will not award for the Bayou Choctaw SPR site in August and September and will continue to solicit available capacity as market conditions allow.”

Reportedly, the current oil prices are scaring away the DOE from purchasing, as current oil barrel prices are around $85 — above the $79 a barrel it’s aiming for.

Oil has gradually risen in price over the past few weeks, jumping a considerable 10 percent in the last month alone and 20 percent since mid-December, according to The New York Times.

Inflation continues to miss the targeted goal, seeing considerable jumps monthly.

Nonetheless, regardless of rising prices in oil, the record-low levels can’t help but draw concern.

The SPR was originally signed into law by President Gerald Ford in 1975 following a massive oil crisis that followed the 1973-74 oil embargo.

The reserve was intended to function as an emergency source of fuel for the nation in times of crisis, ensuring essential functions such as our country’s military wouldn’t be ruined by a shortage.


WEF Advisor Yuval Harari recent said that, “If bad comes to worse…The scientist will build a Noah’s ark for the ELITE… Leaving the rest to drown.”

Harari then clarified he was not talking about a literal ark but rather “a technological Noah’s ark.”

Harari is a top adviser to WEF founder and director Klaus Schwab. 


Harari does speak some truth on occasion. And that was a good example of it.


A major protest demonstration broke out April 13th in Tokyo, Japan, against the World Health Organization’s proposed pandemic treaty.

The treaty, along with a set of amendments to the existing International Health Regulations, is set for adoption at the WHO’s World Health Assembly at the end of May, and has sparked controversy and fear among citizens, leading to one of the largest protests in recent Japanese history, according to Aussie17, a former Big Pharma employee.

The march began in the city’s Central Park, where thousands of participants gathered with banners and chants expressing their opposition to the treaty and the WHO’s overreach, Yahoo reported.

Protesters voiced strong opposition to mandatory vaccinations and the potential infringement on Japan’s sovereignty. 

One of the banners leading the march declared:

“We strongly protest against the WHO for forcing people to be vaccinated, ignoring Japan’s sovereignty where vaccines are voluntary.”

The protest aimed to bring attention to several issues, including an increase in excess deaths and the lack of transparency regarding the adverse effects of vaccinations. The demonstrators demanded accountability and clearer information from both the Japanese government and global health authorities.

Eminent figures such as Professor Masayasu Inoue of Osaka University as well as one of Japan’s leading historians addressed the protesters, criticizing the influence of pharmaceutical companies and private interests on global health policies.

Professor Inoue warned of the dangers of genetic vaccines and highlighted the significant funding the WHO receives from entities like the Bill Gates Foundation.

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Hip-hop legend Rico Wade, who was one of the pioneers in the Atlanta hip-hop scene dating back to the early 1990s, has died suddenly at the age of 52. No cause of death has been reported.

Here’s a report from the local Atlanta’s Fox 5:



There was another unprovoked act of sheer brutality in New York City this weekend. It happened on Saturday when a brutish 30-year-old Hispanic man unleashed his fury against an innocent 9-year-old girl, the New York Post reports.


Jean Carlos Zarzuela is facing assault charges after police said he slugged the little girl at Grand Central Terminal in an unprovoked attack.

This despicable criminal was freed without bail despite allegedly punching an elderly woman earlier this month. He was hauled out of a Manhattan precinct in handcuffs Sunday to face a court arraignment in the latest shocking attack, according to MTA police.

The suspect is accused of approaching the little girl, a Bronx resident, around 11:50 a.m. inside the historic terminal and punching her without warning, police said.

The girl was left dizzy and in pain and was taken to NYU Langone-Tisch Hospital, sources said.

Zarzuela, who initially fled the scene, is already facing assault charges for allegedly punching an elderly woman in the head on April 4, according to court records.

He was arraigned on assault, reckless endangerment and harassment charges in that case — but released without bail by Manhattan Judge Laurie Peterson, records show.


The Post Millennial reports that police are searching for four teens who beat and attempted to rob an Uber driver in Brooklyn, New York, earlier this month.

The victim of the attack told the New York Post that he was looking for the rider he was supposed to pick up on Alabama Street when he asked the nearby teens if they knew her.

After they responded no, he turned his head to continue to look for her and was then punched by one of the teens.

“I didn't see them, a surprise punch,” the man recalled.

The victim noted that he saw one of the boys filming the incident when he exited his car to “fight back.” He told the news outlet that a fight broke out and he was hit with a scooter after being knocked to the ground.

The man added:

“One was punching me and the other one had a gun. He said, ‘Give me everything. give me all the money.’”

The beating ended when one of the neighbors exited their home to call the police. While the teens ran from the scene, one of them dropped the phone that was being used to record.

In a video obtained by the Post, two of the boys can be seen coming back to the scene attempting to recover the lost phone. They took off when they were told the police had already been called.

“The party’s over, the police are coming,” the victim told them.

The attackers didn't take anything in the incident and the victim noted, “I don’t know if they intended to rob me or if it was just to make a TikTok video.”


Police say a shooting in the South side of Chicago left 10 injured, including three children, and one girl dead.

Chicago Police Department Deputy Chief Don Jerome said late Saturday evening that eight people – five adults and three children – were shot, and one of the children succumbed to her injuries. 

The total number of people shot was later updated to 11, per Chicago's ABC and CBS affiliates.

Police responded to a ShotSpotter alert of 18 rounds fired around 9:20 p.m. at a family gathering in the South side, officials said.

While police have not released the name of the girl who passed away, she has been identified as being Hispanic and 7 or 8 years old.

A 1-year-old Hispanic boy and an 8-year-old Hispanic boy are both in critical condition after being shot multiple times, Jerome also said.

A 9-year-old boy was later identified as a shooting victim. He is expected to recover after his hand was grazed by a bullet.

The injured adults range in age from 19 to 40.

Officials said there are two likely shooters but no one is in custody.


Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has seen enough of Mike Johnson’s unpredictable leadership as House Speaker.

In an interview on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, Paul explained that Johnson’s leadership has become essentially that of a Democrat.

He told host Maria Bartiromo that Speaker Johnson “was incredibly wrong to vote with Dems against the 4th amendment, when he killed the FISA warrant requirement and wrong to give in to the Dems spending demands. As I see it now, I'm not so sure there's a difference between him being in charge and Dems being in charge.”


Rand Paul calling it as he sees it. And, frankly, it’s hard to argue with that assessment.


Slay News reports that the United Nations is continuing to advance its digital ID agenda in Africa by rolling out Bill Gates’s Modular Open Source Identity Platform (MOSIP) in Sierra Leone.

The plan is being rapidly advanced in Africa as globalists seek to expand their digital reset of the world economy.

And they’re using the Third World as a testing ground for the digital ID system before they roll it out more broadly around the world.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded MOSIP expands on the digital ID framework by incorporating additional features such as support for “digital cash” and proof of vaccination status, as Slay News previously reported.

This technology is already widely in place in China and parts of Africa but now several Western nations are beginning to roll out their own digital ID systems for their citizens.

As Slay News noted, lawmakers in Australia’s Senate have just passed a new bill to roll out the digital ID system for public use.

The legislation easily passed with virtually no resistance.

Australia is officially on the path to having a national, government-regulated, digital identity system that is controlled by Gates, the UN, and the World Economic Forum (WEF), Slay News reports.

The scheme will replace traditional IDs and will be able to be linked to systems that hold vast amounts of personally and financially sensitive data used by banks, insurers, utilities, and government agencies.


Time now for our Worldview Report commentary.

A federal judge has dismissed a legal challenge to Georgia’s voter citizenship verification requirements, keeping in place the state’s process of cross-checking citizenship status to determine voter eligibility and handing a win to election integrity advocates.

Judge Eleanor Ross of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia issued a ruling on April 11 that dismisses a lawsuit brought by a coalition of advocacy groups nearly six years ago that claimed Georgia’s voter citizenship verification requirements unfairly discriminated against immigrants who become naturalized citizens.

Following a three-day trial, the judge ruled that all four of the plaintiffs’ claims—including that the protocols violated multiple federal laws, the U.S. Constitution, and unfairly burdened the right to vote—are dismissed.

It really is shocking that more states do not enact this most reasonable of all voting requirements, that each voter must prove he or she is a citizen of the United States. In Democrat enclaves like San Francisco, LA, Chicago and New York, it’s a poorly kept secret that non-citizens have been voting in greater numbers. The reason is simple. They are on the honor system. They register to vote, and in many cases, it’s done automatically when they obtain or renew a driver’s license, and unless they volunteer the information that they are not U.S. citizens, nobody asks. They are good to go on election day. 

Even showing a driver’s license is not enough to prove someone’s citizenship because non-citizens are legally able to obtain drivers’ licenses in most states. Notice I didn’t say “illegal aliens.” I said non-citizens. There is a big difference in legal terminology. If someone is here legally, on a green card or work permit, they can obtain a driver’s license. That means they are likely also being offered a chance to register to vote, even though they are not citizens. And yet, Georgia is one of only a small handful of states that require proof of citizenship, which in most cases is a birth certificate or documentation of naturalized citizenship. Most voter-ID programs do not even require a birth certificate and therefore do not catch the non-citizen voters who have drivers’ licenses.

Until citizenship is the number-one requirement of all American voters, our elections are not, and cannot, be called free and fair.

That does it for this edition of the Worldview Report.

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