News Burst 10 April 2022
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- NBC News has a new report out citing multiple anonymous US officials, humorously titled “In a break with the past, U.S. is using intel to fight an info war with Russia, even when the intel isn’t rock solid.” The officials say the Biden administration has been rapidly pushing out “intelligence” about Russia’s plans in Ukraine that is “low-confidence” or “based more on analysis than hard evidence”, or even just plain false, in order to fight an information war against Putin. The report says that toward this end the US government has deliberately circulated false or poorly evidenced claims about impending chemical weapons attacks, about Russian plans to orchestrate a false flag attack in the Donbass to justify an invasion, about Putin’s advisors misinforming him, and about Russia seeking arms supplies from China. Excerpt: “It was an attention-grabbing assertion that made headlines around the world: U.S. officials said they had indications suggesting Russia might be preparing to use chemical agents in Ukraine. President Joe Biden later said it publicly. But three U.S. officials told NBC News this week there is no evidence Russia has brought any chemical weapons near Ukraine. They said the U.S. released the information to deter Russia from using the banned munitions. It’s one of a string of examples of the Biden administration’s breaking with recent precedent by deploying declassified intelligence as part of an information war against Russia. The administration has done so even when the intelligence wasn’t rock solid, officials said, to keep Russian President Vladimir Putin off balance.” So they lied. They may hold that they lied for a noble reason, but they lied.
- Venezuela’s economy is poised to grow by as much as one-fifth in 2022 as a surge in production of crude triggers an eye-popping rebound for the nation’s GDP, which saw a dramatic decline amid US sanctions, according to Credit Suisse economist Alberto Rojas. “These are not typos! If we are accurate, these might end up being among the strongest growth prints globally for these years,” Rojas wrote in a research note seen by Bloomberg. “However, we want to be clear, high growth prints should come as no surprise after the Venezuelan economy hit rock bottom in 2020,” the note published on Wednesday reads. The analyst added that tax collections in dollar terms in 2022 could see an enormous growth of more than 40%, while the country’s imports could expand over 15%.
- Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) made a motion to subpoena Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son, as a witness at its hearing about making all U.S. Postal Service (USPS) vehicles electric. “I just made a motion to subpoena Hunter Biden as a witness for the House Oversight and Reform Committee’s hearing on electrifying [the USPS],” Biggs wrote on Twitter. “Hunter sold a U.S. cobalt mine to a Chinese company. Cobalt is necessary for electric car production. Hunter’s expertise is invaluable!” Last week, House Republicans on the Oversight and Reform Committee called him to testify, according to a letter issued by Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), and Democrats on the committee blocked a motion to issue a subpoena. It came as White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on April 5 that Biden has “never spoken” with his son about “his overseas business dealings.”
- A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) surveyed thousands of high school students on the effects of the pandemic. “Since the beginning of the pandemic,” the study reports, “more than half of students found it more difficult to complete their schoolwork (66%) and experienced emotional abuse by a parent or other adult in their home (55%),” which correlated heavily with students who “experienced insecurity via parental job loss (29%), personal job loss (22%), and hunger (24%).” One CDC representative, speaking of the studies, provided a revealing answer to this question: “This really gives us the evidence to say with certainty that the pandemic was incredibly disruptive for young people and their families” (emphasis added). The “pandemic took a toll,” according to every media headline reporting on the studies.
- According to a huge database of U.S. government records recently made public as a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, encounters with UFOs have allegedly left Americans suffering from radiation burns, brain and nervous system damage, and even “unaccounted for pregnancy.” There are more than 1,500 pages of UFO-related information in the collection of records, which comes from the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), a clandestine United States Department of Defense program that operated from 2007 to 2012.
- There are more than 1,500 pages of UFO-related information in the collection of records, which comes from the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), a clandestine United States Department of Defense program that operated from 2007 to 2012. The information was never classified as secret or top secret per say, but became more widely known about in 2017 after former program director Luis Elizondo resigned from the Pentagon and revealed to the world multiple now-infamous films of an unidentified aircraft moving in apparently inconceivable ways. Four years later, on April 5, 2022, the United States Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) complied with the request by providing The Sun with an additional 1,574 pages of information. Reports on UFO encounters and human biology are among the papers found in the trove, according to The Sun. Studies on advanced technology like invisibility cloaks are also among the records along with plans for deep space exploration and colonization. The AATIP informed The Sun that certain papers were “withheld in part” to protect privacy.
- Japan’s Public Security Intelligence Agency (PSIA) has excluded the Azov Regiment, a component of the Ukrainian military notorious for openly neo-Nazi leanings and war crimes including murder, torture and mass looting, from its International Terrorism Handbook 2021. “The Public Security Intelligence Agency has not recognized the “Azov Battalion” as a neo-Nazi organization,” added the PSIA, justifying its move to delete the designation from the “International Terrorism Handbook 2021.”
- A European head of government asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to provide confirmation that the events in Bucha were not staged. “Show us evidence that it wasn’t staged,” Zelensky said, quoting the official, in an interview with Bild. The Ukrainian president did not reveal which politician made the request, except to say that it wasn’t German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, and characterized the comments themselves as vile. “That’s what a European leader told you?!” his interviewer interjected. “Yes, I cannot say who,” Zelensky said. “But it wasn’t Scholz, that’s true,” Zelensky answered.
- The ongoing crisis in Ukraine has apparently affected the availability of sunflower oil in Britain, where Waitrose supermarket has started to ration the amount of this commodity customers can buy, MailOnline reports. According to the newspaper, signs on shelves in Waitrose stores warn customers that they are limited to only two bottles of cooking oil per person.
- Shinya Yamanaka at Kyoto University in Japan developed a technique in 2007 transforming adult skins cells into stem cells by inserting four molecules, dubbed “Yamanaka factors”, to achieve reverse cell development. A new breakthrough method to turn back the clock and reverse ageing in human skin cells by at least 30 years has been revealed by scientists at Babraham Institute in Cambridge, UK. While there have been skin reprogramming methods before, the new approach, laid out in a paper published in the journal eLife, can ostensibly do so for longer and without the cells losing their function.
- German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht said on Saturday that the country has reached a limit in arms supplies to Kiev and now the sides are discussing direct deliveries from defense enterprises. “I must be honest that in terms of supplies from the Bundeswehr’s reserves, we have now reached the limit. After all, the troops must remain able to guarantee the defence of the country and the allies. However, this does not mean that we cannot do anything more for Ukraine. Therefore, we also specified what exactly the industry can supply directly,” Lambrecht said in an interview with the Augsburger Allgemeine newspaper.
- The first all-commercial crewed Axiom-1 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) took off on schedule on Friday morning from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Axiom Ax-1 crew members, Commander Michael Lopez-Alegria of the United States and Spain, pilot Larry Connor of the United States, mission specialist Eytan Stibbe of Israel, and mission specialist Mark Pathy of Canada successfully launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on board the Dragon Endeavour spacecraft on its third flight to the International Space Station (ISS). During the 10-day mission, eight of which will be spent on the space station, the crew will complete more than 25 science experiments in a microgravity environment
- The unprecedented sanctions that Western nations have imposed on Russia since the start of its military offensive in Ukraine only further erode the existing system of international institutions and the authority of the UN, former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev warned in a Telegram post on Friday. Initially, the word ‘sanctions’ only applied to measures imposed by the UN Security Council, he argued, adding that everything Western nations call ‘sanctions’ today is nothing but unilateral restrictions that are inadmissible under international law. “This is nothing but infringement on the Russian Federation’s sovereign rights committed by certain nations and blocs,” he said, calling the penalties illegal. The “unprecedented scale” of the restrictions placed on Moscow will only lead to the “collapse of all international institutions and primarily the UN,” Medvedev, who is currently the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, warned.
- Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the West of trying to “dismember” Russia amid sweeping sanctions on Moscow over its military campaign in Ukraine. Maduro’s country has been living under major US embargoes since 2019. “They are lining up, economically, politically, and diplomatically [in the West] for a big war against Russia. From Venezuela, we denounce it,” Maduro said in a televised speech on Friday. “They want a war to dismember Russia, destroy it in pieces and end the hope of a multipolar world where we can all live.” Foreign Minister Felix Plasencia said the move “destroys bridges” necessary for dialogue and “seriously threatens security, order and global peace.”
- Starting April 18, Russian citizens will once again be allowed to buy foreign currency at banks, as well as withdraw funds from their foreign currency accounts in both US dollars and euros up to $10,000 or its equivalent in euros, while amounts above this limit can be withdrawn in rubles. This limit is in place until September 9. The central bank noted that banks are only allowed to sell foreign currency banknotes that they received after April 9, 2022. The regulator also scrapped the previously introduced 12% commission for buying hard currency through brokerages.
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Magma Movement Detected – São Jorge, Azores
The seismovolcanic crisis at Manadas volcanic fissure system on the island of São Jorge, Azores, Portugal continues since March 19, 2022. A notable change was reported on April 6, when volcano-tectonic earthquakes were detected, suggesting the movement of magma at depth. The volcanic alert remains at Level 4 of 6. The last eruption of this volcano took place in 1808. On April 6, the Azores Seismovolcanic Information and Surveillance Center (CIVISA) reported they detected volcano-tectonic earthquakes for the first time since the crisis started. Also known as hybrid, volcano-tectonic earthquakes happen when there is a fusion of high-frequency tectonic tremors with low-frequency volcanic ones, said Fatima Viveros, from the region’s CIVISA center. They suggest the movement of magma at depth, Viveros said, adding that more such earthquakes are expected. On April 4, two days before the detection of hybrid earthquakes, CIVISA warned that ‘there is a real possibility of a volcanic eruption’ in São Jorge, but ‘there
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Mud Volcano Erupts In Wandan, Taiwan
A mud volcano erupted near Huang Yuan Sheng Tien temple in Wandan Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan around 06:00 local time on Friday, April 8, 2022. The eruption left large amounts of mud above ground that flowed into surrounding roads and farmland. This is the second eruption of this mud volcano since October 13, 2021. The bursts reached as high as a one-story building, and to keep the mud from further spreading into nearby rice paddies, excavators were mobilized to channel mud toward drainage ditches, Wannei Village chief Chen Yu-i told CNA. Normally a fire would be lit to accelerate the release of natural gas, but because this eruption occurred close to the temple, the village decided to let the gas release on its own without igniting a fire, Chen said.
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