The man was ridiculously overpaid by accident, promised to return the money, and then resigned and vanished. An office worker at Chilean cold cuts conglomerate Cial has walked off with 286 times his salary after his employer accidentally overpaid him last month, local media outlets recently reported. The company is attempting to take legal action against him – if they can find him – for misappropriation of its property.
The European Commission downplays the importance of the missing messages, which were sent during Covid-19 vaccine negotiations. The European Commission claims it is unable to locate text messages sent between its president, Ursula von der Leyen, and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla during talks for a huge vaccine deal, last year, but has denied prior charges of maladministration from an EU watchdog.
France is not as dependent on Russian gas as Germany or Italy. But, the heads of the three major French energy companies are calling on the government, consumers, and businesses to reduce gas consumption for fear that there will not be enough gas next winter.
The decision of the US Supreme Court that abortion is not a constitutional right has infuriated supporters of the Democratic Party, and major US companies have said they will pay their employees for abortions, Fox News reports. According to broadcaster Tucker Carlson, the reason is that a childless workforce is easier and cheaper to exploit, but many Americans do not understand this and mindlessly repeat the propaganda of ‘global capitalism’.
So what is it? Why does the thought of having children cause such anger in these people? Where does this attitude come from? It turns out that from the same place where the Democratic Party now adopts its attitude towards everything else, directly from American corporations.
A 30-year-old Russian lone sailor who attempted to sail solo from Sweden to Spain in a sailboat he bought in Stockholm has been rescued after a major search operation discovered a message that was sculpted in moss.
National Review: Russia’s victory in Ukraine is the second defeat for the United States after Afghanistan
Columnist Michael Brendan Dowerty opined that Russia’s victory in the special operation in Ukraine could be the second major defeat for the United States after the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
In today’s show originally broadcast on June 30 2022, Andy is joined by Deanna Spingola and Michael Walsh (at the 31 minute mark) for a show entitled, “Re-Unions.”
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian reminded followers on Twitter that the population of the G7 countries is only part of the global community. He published a picture showing that the population of the countries that are part of the BRICS coalition (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) is approximately 3.2 billion people. At the same time, the number of people living in the G7 countries is much inferior at only 777 million.
Burial sites on the Waterloo battlefield have not yet been identified. Tony Pollard, director of the Scottish Centre for War and Conflict Archaeology at the University of Glasgow, UK, has researched private letters, memoirs, and sketches of people who visited the Belgian village of Waterloo shortly after the battle. The results are presented in a paper published in the Journal of Conflict Archeology
The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has published a list of countries that earned the most from arms supplies between 2015 and 2020, according to Junge Welt. Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were the top importers by far. The main exporters are the USA, Great Britain and France, the German edition notes.