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  • Citing his role in the Iraq War and other devastating conflicts, hundreds of thousands of people in the United Kingdom and beyond are calling for former British Prime Minister Tony Blair to be stripped of his newly bestowed knighthood. As of Thursday afternoon, over 900,000 people had signed the Change.org petition seeking to have Blair’s “Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter” – one of the highest honors a British monarch can bestow upon a subject – rescinded. As of Friday it hit one million signatures. Queen Elizabeth II announced Blair’s knighthood on New Year’s Eve.

 

  • People gathered outside Kazakhstan’s embassy in Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, on Sunday, demanding that Kazakh authorities release musician Vikram Ruzakhunov. “He’s not a terrorist. He’s an ordinary citizen, a musician, a decent man,” Kamchybek Tashiyev, head of the Kyrgyz State Committee for National Security, told reporters at the protest. “We checked through all of our channels this morning: Vikram Ruzakhunov didn’t participate in riots and street marches.” Kazakh officials arrested over 5,000 people following a wave of riots and street fighting that has gripped the nation this week. President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev claimed that the country was attacked by foreign “criminals and terrorists.”

 

  • America is preparing to inflict “severe and overwhelming” costs on Moscow should it attack Ukraine, White House officials have indicated to selected media outlets this week, ahead of landmark US-Russia talks. Russia has indicated that it feels its security is threatened by Western attempts to drag Kiev into NATO’s orbit. The outlets claimed Washington could ban US exports of sensitive technology and microelectronics, such as computer chips made with or based on US software, to Moscow.

 

  • Swiss soldiers are required to stop using WhatsApp, Signal, and Telegram, and use a domestic messenger instead, Swiss media reported this week. Data protection was cited as the reason. Army personnel should now use the domestically developed Threema messenger, both in official and private communication, including chats between soldiers and their relatives, the instruction said. However, it is unclear if there will be any sanctions for those who do not stop using WhatsApp or other foreign messengers.

 

  • A newly discovered and extremely rare tropical tree has been named after Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio. The plant, officially called Uvariopsis dicaprio from now on, is a small evergreen tree in the ylang-ylang family with yellow flowers growing from its trunk. The extremely threatened plant only grows in the Ebo Forest of Cameroon, which remains one the largest relatively untouched rainforests in Central Africa, hosting a range of absolutely unique flora and fauna.

 

  • Lawyers representing Ghislaine Maxwell have possibly discovered yet another juror involved in their client’s trial who supposedly lied on their application about being abused, The Mail on Sunday reports. This development comes as two other jurors admitted to using their experience as victims of sexual abuse to sway the jury during Maxwell’s recent trial. According to the newspaper, their source told them that Maxwell’s lawyers “feel confident a third juror lied on their jury application.” “There are also questions over a fourth juror, so this thing is up in the air,” the source added.

 

  • German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann has threatened Telegram with millions of euros worth of fines for breaking national laws on social media. Buschmann told the Bild am Sonntag that the Emirati-based messenger had to have a contact person in Germany and a way of flagging and taking down what Germany sees as illegal content. If Telegram fails to respond, he said, “the next step will be a public notice. Then we can impose fines. Our laws allow for millions worth of fines.” Buschmann promised to take a tough line on threats against police and health officials made online, including on Telegram, after strict COVID-19 rules prompted protests. More than 13,000 rallied against restrictions across Germany on Saturday.

 

  • Prince Andrew has been urged to voluntarily give up his honorary military titles by an ex-colonel in the Iraq War before he is “pushed” to do so, reported the Mirror. Colonel Tim Collins – the first military ex-chief to comment publicly on the sex abuse allegations targeting the embattled royal, was quoted as saying the publicity linked with the Queen’s second son was “embarrassing for everyone”. “It is entirely up to him and what he decides to do at the end of the day. He will listen to advice from the rest of the royal family, he’s got his own mind, it’s going to be better for everybody if he took the decision and jumped rather than was pushed,” the former commanding officer of the Royal Irish Regiment, of which the Duke of York is Colonel-in-chief, was cited as saying.

 

  • The Mexico-owned electricity utility operates a power plant in Petacalco, a town just south of Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán, in the municipality of La Unión de Isidoro Montes de Oca, part of Guerrero’s Costa Grande region. Petacalco fisherman say the plant is responsible for the death of the sardines because it has dumped chemicals in a canal connected to the Pacific Ocean. Jesús Campos, leader of a local fishing cooperative, told the newspaper Reforma that the CFE also uses the canal to cool down machinery. Its alleged misuse of the canal has previously caused the death of other marine species, including turtles.

 

  • Temperatures fell to minus 8 degrees Celsius (17.6 Fahrenheit) amid heavy snowfall at Pakistan’s mountain resort town of Murree overnight, killing at least 22 people who were stuck in their vehicles, officials said Saturday. Most of the victims died of hypothermia, officials said. Located 28 miles (45.5 kilometers) north of the capital of Islamabad, Murree is a popular winter resort that attracts well over a million tourists annually. Streets leading into the city are often blocked by snow in winter. Ahmed, the interior minister, said more than 4 feet (1.2 meters) of snow fell in the area overnight and all incoming traffic was blocked Saturday.

 

  • The indonesiangovernment has revoked thousands of inactive land-use permits in the mining, forestry and plantation sectors covering millions of hectares, as it seeks to improve permit governance and land distribution. President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said 2,078 of the revoked permits were for mining, 192 for forestry and 36 for plantations. Jokowi said the government was continuing to evaluate mining, forestry and other land-use permits and revoke those found to be inactive, unproductive, transferred to other parties or in violation of regulations.
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News Burst 10 January 2022 - Viksø Helmets

​Viksø Helmets

Two horned helmets discovered in a bog in the Danish town of Viksø in the early ’40s that were thought to be Viking have been found to be even more ancient – about 3,000 years old and from the Nordic Bronze Age, research suggests. Housed in the National Museum of Denmark, they feature bull-style horns and two eye-like bulges, and appear to have allowed the attachment of decorations such as feathers and horsehair. In 2019, the archeologist Heide Wrobel Nørgaard – one of the authors of the groundbreaking research, published in the journal Praehistorische Zeitschrift – noticed organic residue on one of the helmets. Radiocarbon analysis of it led the researchers to establish that the helmets had been placed in the bog, likely as an offering to the gods, at around 900 BC – which was about 1,500 years before the Vikings came to Viksø.

News Burst 10 January 2022 – Bonus Video

Wardenclyffe Tower

Here’s a small remake of the Nikola Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower.

Tesla was able to transmit both radio waves and electric power between continents, without the need for wires.

The plan was to build similar towers in major cities around the world, that would generate free energy directly from the Ether without having to burn the coal or any other resources, this would allow information to be transferred from point to point.

News Burst 10 January 2022 – Bonus Video

Galactic Federation

A flight attendant spotted a V-shaped UFO flying above an Airbus A230 passenger jet. The aircraft was been flying over Georgia

It is actually in a triangular shape and a perfect example of the humor used in multiple lighting colors. The entire shape cannot be seen. Galactic Federation wants to be seen in a gradual way to prevent mass hysteria. ~ Neioh

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