News Burst 14 February 2020

News Burst 14 February 2020

News Burst 14 February 2020. By Disclosure News.

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News Burst 14 February 2020

  • Owing to a change in legislation, Finland has become quicker to deport immigrants with fake residence permits, those who commit crimes and those who fail to make a fair contribution to society. In 2019, the number of deportation rose by nearly 80% over the previous year, totalling 1,963. The sharp rise reflects a lower bar for deporting immigrants who obtained their residence permits on false grounds, have committed criminal offences, terminated their studies or don’t support themselves. One major group of deportees are 333 Uzbek nationals, who have landed jobs at construction sites using forged training certificates from a non-existent Soviet-era vocational college. Deportation is almost always proposed in cases where the individual is found guilty of a crime with a maximum sentence of least one year in prison. Another factor behind the high deportation numbers is the fact that Migri has stepped up oversight of foreigners living in Finland. This has helped expose a number of cases where migrants have received residency through sham marriages. According to Migri unit director Olli Koskipirtti, the organisation conducts regular checks in population registry data and sometimes gets tips from neighbours. A deportation order is not implemented right away. Unless there is a crime involved, a deportee usually has up to 30 days to appeal the decision in an administrative court, which usually takes about a year. In the meantime, one may get a new job, marry or obtain new legal grounds for a residence permit.
  • Polygamy is legally permissible in Pakistan, where Muslim men are allowed to have four wives simultaneously. However, the tradition isn’t popular among today’s married women, especially when they face competition. A Pakistani man was rescued by police after his first wife gate-crashed his third wedding, where she beat him and tore up his clothes in front of the guests.
  • China’s Hubei province reported a sharp rise in confirmed coronavirus cases and a surge in the death toll after the adoption of new methodology for diagnosis, health officials said.
  • Garuda Indonesia has grounded a plane that carried a Chinese passenger flying from Bali to Shanghai on Jan 28 and was confirmed to have contracted COVID-19 on Feb 5. The [tail number] GA858 has been grounded for further inspection and disinfection, “(We have also) replaced the High Efficiency Particulate Arresting (HEPA) air filters in the plane … which functions to kill viruses and bacteria in the aircraft cabin,” Garuda read.
  • The commune of Son Loi, about 40km from Hanoi in Vietnam with 10,000 people was placed under quarantine on Feb 13 after six cases of the new coronavirus were discovered.


  • Puerto Rico’s government has lost more than $2.6 million after falling for an email phishing scam, the agency sent the money to a fraudulent account. The government agency transferred the money on Jan. 17 after receiving an email that alleged a change to a banking account tied to remittance payments, according to a police statement.
  • Airbus agrees to settle bribery cases for about $4 billion. The allegations under discussion involve the use of intermediaries in securing jet orders, a practice Airbus employed as it tried to reach parity with its U.S. rival. The episode is poised to trigger one of the largest fines for corporate corruption in recent years. It remains subject to approval by courts and authorities in the countries involved.
  • Following last night’s debacle over China reporting, Fox News’ Edward Lawrence reports that administration sources say they believe China is under reporting the number of coronavirus cases by at least 100,000 in China.
  • Despite optimism over FAA comments about return to service, which sent the stock up to the highest level since early December, the narrative of mid-year flight is now starting to crack. Randy Tinseth, vice president of commercial marketing at Boeing, painted a wonderful story for Bloomberg earlier this week about how the troubled 737 Max would return to service by mid-year. Tinseth is paid by Boeing to tell happy stories, not sad ones. His mid-year narrative of a return to service was a ploy by the company to keep investors from dumping shares. However, the narrative is now coming apart at the seams! That is because, on Thursday morning, Southwest Airlines extended cancellations of Max flights from June to now early August
  • The reported militarization of Wuhan’s P4 Lab has raised new questions about the origin of the Covid-19 virus and the apparent cover-up that has occurred since it was first made public. Following the removal of the most senior health officials in Wuhan yesterday, Chinese State Media has just reported that Chen Wei, China’s chief biochemical weapon defense expert, is now to be stationed in Wuhan to lead the efforts to overcome the deadly, pneumonia-like pathogen. Chen Wei holds the rank of major general, and along with reports that Chinese troops have started to “assist”, it strongly suggests that the PLA has taken control of the situation.


  • Barclays CEO Jes Staley under investigation in UK over links to Jeffrey Epstein. Staley said he regretted his relationship with Epstein, which began in 2000 while he was employed by JPMorgan and “tapered off significantly” after he left the Wall Street lender. The relationship ended in late 2015, Staley said. “I thought I knew him well, and I didn’t. I’m sure with hindsight of what we all know now, I deeply regret having had any relationship with Jeffrey Epstein,” he said.
  • (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced it received 676 pages of records from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) showing that the agency paid thousands of dollars to a California-based firm to purchase organs from aborted human fetuses to create “humanized mice” for HIV research. The records show that NIH paid at least $18,100 between December 2016 and August 2018 to Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) for livers and thymuses from second trimester aborted fetuses. They include at least 26 such purchases from ABR by Dr. Kim Hasenkrug, senior investigator at the NIH lab in Hamilton, Montana.




Blind Items Revealed #6
February 13, 2018

I think it is possible that I may have found a director who is even worse than the Oscar winning A+ list director that has been in this space frequently or even Woody Allen. The director of which I am speaking is an Oscar winner, but not for what you might think. It is shocking actually he does not have more Oscar wins.

I do hope this is in some small part due to his raping and abusing women throughout his career. Although the number of actresses he abused is in the dozens, I am going to focus on just a few of his more notorious crimes.

He raped three tweens during a casting process and gave the role to the tween he said was the one who was the best in bed. He later ordered her to sleep with the much much older foreign born co-star on the movie who would go on to have an A list career. That co-star injured her severely and production had to be stopped for a week to allow her to recover.

The director kept her around for a couple of years under the guise of getting her more roles, but the real reason was he could send her out to find other tweens and early teens to bring back to his place where he would get them drunk or slip them drugs and then rape them. He often filmed these rapes and would film the actress with the other tween and teen females.

In the movie for which he is most famous he had friends of one of his children come to the set with the child. All of the friends were probably no older than 7 or 8. He molested a dozen of them at least during the filming of the movie and filmed many of them. When he died there were hundreds of hours of footage which was some of the most extreme versions of child porn anywhere.

Stanley Kubrik/Peter Sellers


Weekely Asteroid

  • 163373 2020-Feb-15 15.1 Lunar Distance 15.2 km/s [589] m.
  • 2018 CW2 2020-Feb-17 6 Lunar Distance 10.2 km/s 28 m.

LD > Lunar Distance = 384,401 km



Sun Activity

An equatorial hole in the sun’s atmosphere is facing Earth, and it is spewing a minor stream of solar wind in our direction, Estimated time of arrival: Feb. 15-16. The gaseous material is not expected to cause a geomagnetic storm. Nevertheless, Arctic sky watchers can expect an uptick in polar auroras.



Strongest EQ in Europe M3.7 Iceland
Strongest EQ in US M3.2 California
Strongest EQ on the Planet M6.9 Kuril Islands, Russia
Deepest EQ M3.7 204 km Argentina

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