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  • Pointing at the alleged evidence of UFO sightings he presented, Waring claimed that it serves as proof of an “alien base” existing somewhere in Florida. “I discovered these seven UFOs many years ago, but decided to archive screenshots, locations and videos of them in case they were deleted. It was three years before the invention of Youtube. A few months later the UFOs disappeared from google map,” he wrote. “Little did I realise then that in the future Google would place a time button on the map, allowing us to go back and find these objects again.” Waring also insisted that the images he presented serve as proof of an “alien base” in the region, which “runs from the ocean to under parts of Florida itself. I mean two of the UFOs are actually materialising through the ground and have shadows on the (sic) from the trees nearby,” he added. “The UFOs are each 60 meters across and all the same shape, but a few are tilted. All have a myst (sic) fuzziness around them, due to the propulsion systems.”

 

  • The DS Malmberget, a state-of-the-art steamship that sank in a storm in 1913 and was subsequently compared to the Titanic has been accidentally found by a Norwegian research crew. The DS Malmberget left the Norwegian port of Narvik with 43 men on board and set course for Rotterdam loaded with 10,000 tonnes of iron ore. The day after her departure, winds reached hurricane strength. After the ship passed the city of Bodø, it was never seen again. 108 years after the ship’s mysterious demise, unsuspecting researchers from the Institute of Marine Research stumbled upon the wreckage of the DS Malmberget while searching for coral reefs off the coast of Meløy. “We are one hundred percent sure that it is the right ship,” researcher Pål Buhl-Mortensen told national broadcaster NRK.

 

  • West Midlands Police in the United Kingdom discovered an illegal bitcoin mine while searching for a cannabis grower in an industrial unit on the outskirts of Birmingham. According to a statement, the mine was stealing thousands of pounds worth of electricity from the mains supply. The raid took place on May 18 in Sandwell after the police received information that led them to assume it was being used for cannabis cultivation. However, as soon as they broke into the suspicious location, they discovered a bank of roughly 100 computers but no cannabis at all. “It’s certainly not what we were expecting!” Jennifer Griffin, a Sandwell police sergeant, said in a statement. “It had all the hallmarks of a cannabis cultivation set-up and I believe it’s only the second such crypto mine we’ve encountered in the West Midlands.”

 

  • The US National Intelligence Agency received support from Denmark in spying on European politicians, according to a new joint media report, something Joe Biden is well-informed to answer for, says Edward Snowden. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Frank Walter-Steinmeier are among those who were spied on by the NSA with the cooperation and help of the Danish Defense Intelligence Service (FE), according to the European media investigation. The governments of Norway and Sweden have demanded explanations from Copenhagen. “We demand to be fully informed about matters concerning Swedish citizens, companies and interests. And then we have to see how the answer sounds from the political side in Denmark,” Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist told national broadcaster SVT. The French Foreign Ministry’s minister of state for European affairs, Clement Beaune, called the possible US spying campaign on European politicians a very serious thing, “This potential fact is very serious. It is necessary to check this,” Beaune told France Info radio station. If confirmed, Beaune did not rule out consequences.

 

  • Andrew Greenwood, a retired schoolteacher who worked at Westall High School in Melbourne, says he was threatened by government officials after claiming he saw a UFO back in 1966, the Daily Mail reports. During the incident in question, a cigar-shaped “flying saucer” object was apparently spotted hovering in the vicinity of the school and above the nearby Grange Reserve by students, teachers and Clayton South residents. However, even though he told reporters about the incident, Greenwood changed his attitude after he was visited by two men “claiming to be government officials,” as the newspaper put it. As Greenwood explained, the visitors – “one in plain clothes, and the other one, senior air force” – advised him to keep quiet about the sighting.

 

  • An Islamic organisation in Nigeria has submitted a memo to the country’s Senate calling on it to introduce Sharia courts in the south-western states, local media reported. The Muslim Congress said it wants authorities to introduce Sharia in Yoruba-speaking areas to “cater to its Muslim population”. The law has already been implemented in western states. However, in Nigeria’s south-west the population the number of Christians and Muslims is almost equal, and there has long been opposition from Christian communities to fusing religion and state. The 1999 introduction of Sharia in Nigeria sparked violence between Christian and Muslim communities.

 

  • On April 8, the Weimar District Court banned two schools in that district from enforcing mask mandates, social distancing requirements, and rapid CVD testing on their students. The court also ordered the schools to no longer conduct distance learning. The decision followed a legal action by the mother of two students, aged 8 and 14 respectively, at one of the schools, who argued that such measures were causing physical, psychological, and pedagogical harm to her children, as well as constituting an infringement of her children and parental rights under German and international law. The judge, Christian Dettmar, upheld this argument, noting that mask mandates and social distancing requirements for children, were not only causing the harm mentioned above, but were in direct violation of Articles 2 and 6 of the German Constitution, which guarantee the rights to freedom of individual development, education, and parental assistance. The judge held that the anti-CVD measures deployed were not proportional to the threat posed. This was in accordance with proportionality principles enshrined in Articles 20 and 28 of the German Constitution. The court also referred to an October 2020 WHO Bulletin which featured a study by renowned medical science expert John Ioannidis, who found the death rate for coronavirus was 0.23 percent, the equivalent of a moderate influenza epidemic. In examining expert medical, scientific (including biological) and psychological evidence, the judge found the use of masks and social distancing had no effect whatsoever on reducing infection, and cast serious doubt on the ability of asymptomatic persons—particularly children—to spread the virus. This was the first time evidence was presented to a German court regarding the scientific reasonableness and necessity of the prescribed anti-virus measures.

 

  • A mass grave containing the remains of 215 children has been found in Canada at a former residential school set up to assimilate indigenous people. The children were students at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia that closed in 1978. The discovery was announced on Thursday by the chief of the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc First Nation.

 

  • China said Monday that married couples may have up to three children, a major policy shift from the existing limit of two after recent data showed a dramatic decline in births in the world’s most populous country. Beijing scrapped its decades-old one-child policy in 2016, replacing it with a two-child limit that failed to result in a sustained surge in births given the high cost of raising children in Chinese cities — a challenge that remains.

 

  • Researchers have successfully tested a “Trojan Horse” drug which can kill cancer and bacterial cells without damaging nearby healthy tissue. Scientists at the University of Edinburgh combined the tiny cancer-killing molecule SeNBD with a chemical food compound to trick malignant cells into ingesting it. The peer-reviewed experimental study was carried out on zebrafish and human cells, but researchers say more studies are needed to confirm if it is a safe and swift method of treating early stage cancer and drug-resistant bacteria.

 

  • From Q post 735:
    “Q, how long will we have to wait for the cures of cancer and other sicknesses?”
    Chatter amongst those in control has begun.
    They know we know which means the public will know.
    Release prior to cover up.
    Public informed and collapse.
    Which option?
    Q

 

  • Brazil is experiencing its worst dry spell in 91 years, government agencies warned and declared an “emergency drought alert” for June to September as rains are forecast to remain scarce during that period. The country’s Electricity Sector Monitoring Committee (CMSE) said that water regulator ANA should recognize a situation of “water scarcity” in the Parana River Basin as central and southern Brazil are suffering from the country’s worst drought in nearly a century.

 

  • Hundreds of residents in north Canterbury in New Zealand have been evacuated amid severe flooding fuelled by a one-in-100-year heavy rain over the weekend. According to NIWA, the rainfall was 200 to 400 percent of normal for the month of May, causing rivers to rise and flood. A state of emergency has been declared on Sunday, May 30, 2021, as flooding threatened thousands of homes.

 

  • Moscow had some stinging words for Washington which were also hilariously ironic on Monday, as both Putin and Biden look ahead to their in-person summit set for June 16 in Geneva. Warning of “uncomfortable” signals to come, the Kremlin indicated that high on the agenda would be a range of human rights and free speech issues in the United States, particularly the “persecution” of those behind the January 6 Capitol riot by the Biden administration. The words appear Moscow’s ultimate trolling response to Biden remarks on Sunday wherein he vowed to confront Putin on egregious human rights abuses: “Of course, we will be ready to discuss everything, including problems that exist in the United States,” Lavrov told reporters Monday following Biden’s statements.

 

  • Joe Biden on Saturday delivered remarks at an annual Memorial Day Service in Delaware. Biden slurred his way through a 9 minute speech. Of the 81 millions vorers only 7,300 people tuned in to the White House’s YouTube channel to watch Biden speak. There was 1,500 “down votes” and 199 “up votes.”

 

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Asian Elephants

Fifteen wild Asian elephants are wandering into human settlements in China’s southwestern province of Yunnan. On Saturday evening, the herd entered a village in Yuxi City, and then moved northwest. Local authorities are deploying drones to monitor the elephants, and fire trucks to keep them out of the city center. Authorities have warned residents to prepare to evacuate if necessary. So far, there have been no casualties or major damage. The herd left its natural habitat in April.

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India

A “human-like figure” that did not exactly look like a actual human was caught on camera on a busy street in the Hazaribagh area of India’s Jharkhand state over the weekend. The creature, who looked naked, was seemingly lost, as the video shows it looking here and there, dazed by onlookers and in a confused state.

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Antarctica

This is a Pleiadian Craft but not a crash. It is stationary and very much in operation. There are times where Crafts are left in remote areas and later will be activated. The structures nearby are meeting places for Galactic Federation. These are heavy and durable. Crafts still land all around this area. Neioh

News Burst 1 June 2021 – Earthquakes

News Burst 1 June 2021 - Earthquake Alaska 31-5-2021

A strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.1 hit Alaska at 06:59 UTC on May 31, 2021, at a depth of 43 km). EMSC is reporting the same magnitude and depth. The epicenter was located 76 km N of Chickaloon (population 272), 128 km (79.7 miles) NE of Knik-Fairview (population 14 923), Alaska, U.S.

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