News Burst 10 June 2022
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- A Secret Service agent slammed a female protester on the ground and handcuffed her after she moved in front of a motorcade near the Los Angeles Convention Center on Wednesday. The footage of the takedown was filmed and published by the local affiliate of Fox News. The convention hall is hosting the Summit of the Americas, which was attended by US President Joe Biden. The Secret Service confirmed their role in the detention. According to its account of the incident, the agent “swiftly removed [the woman] from the roadway and placed her into custody.” The progress of the motorcade was not affected by the incident, the agency said.
- Arif Naqvi is the man accused of stealing hundreds of millions of dollars from the world’s most powerful elite through his Middle Eastern private equity company, the now-defunct Abraaj Group. He was credited with turning Abraaj, which he set up in 2002, into one of the world’s top 20 private equity companies, and the leading investor in growth markets, managing a staggering $14 billion in assets across Africa, Asia, Latin America, Turkey and the Middle East, with investments in healthcare, clean energy, transportation, education and real estate. Just a few years later, in 2018, he would be known, instead, for the collapse of the Middle East’s largest private equity company and arrested on suspicion of defrauding US investors including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Today he faces extradition to the US, where he would stand trial for 16 counts of fraud and money laundering.
- DALL-E2 is a self-learning text-to-image generator launched in January 2022, its main function is to use text prompts provided by users and produce a picture to match the words along with subtitles. However, according to Computer Science PhD student Giannis Daras, one of DALL-E2’s limitations has been the ability to produce text as it is only able to return nonsense words when prompted. But researchers have now realized that there might be much more to the program’s seemingly incomprehensible words. “We discovered that this produced text output is not random, but rather reveals a hidden vocabulary that the model seems to have developed internally,” wrote Daras. But although it might be impressive, Daras doesn’t seem to be too thrilled about the idea, saying that if he is correct about the AI’s ability to produce its own language, it could pose serious security challenges for the text-to-image generator. “The first security issue relates to using these gibberish prompts as backdoor adversarial attacks or ways to circumvent filters,” he wrote in his paper. “Currently, Natural Language Processing systems filter text prompts that violate the policy rules and gibberish prompts may be used to bypass these filters.”
- A military aircraft of unspecified type crashed on Wednesday in California’s Imperial County, about 30 miles north of the border with Mexico. Five people are presumed dead. Contrary to preliminary reports, there was no “nuclear material” aboard, Naval Air Facility El Centro has confirmed. The authority did not disclose the type of aircraft that crashed but confirmed it belonged to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, based in San Diego. The unit is currently taking part in exercises at a training range in Imperial County. “Contrary to initial reports, there was no nuclear material on board the aircraft,” El Centro said.
- Russian lawmakers are considering a new law targeting “LGBT propaganda.” It would provide for fines of up to $160,000 for promoting non-traditional sexual relations. The draft legislation was submitted to Russia’s State Duma on Tuesday and is currently being reviewed by the state-building and legislation committee. An explanatory note attached to the document notes that “family, motherhood and childhood in their traditional understanding, which comes from our ancestors, are the values that ensure the continuous change of generations, act as a condition for the preservation and development of a multinational people, and therefore need special state protections.”
- Brett Bruen, former Director of Global Engagement for the Obama White House, has lashed out at President Joe Biden over his numerous “reckless” foreign policy gaffes that “unnecessarily undermined” the US’ global standing. Bruen targeted the 46th US president in his article, published in USA Today, titled “Biden’s careless comments are hurting his presidency and diplomacy. He needs a reset.” The piece, in particular, pertains to the times when Biden served in Obama’s team. According to Bruen, he “used to cringe when Vice President Joe Biden took to the podium”.
- One of Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victims, Rina Oh, has claimed that the late sex offender directed Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Prince Andrew of rape, to abuse Oh, The Daily Mail reported. The alleged assault is said to have taken place in the massage room of the disgraced financier’s Manhattan house. “[Oh] was surprised when she was called to the massage room to see Epstein, and found Epstein and [Giuffre] waiting for her. [Giuffre] then proceeded to touch [Oh] without [Oh’s] consent and much to her horror. [Oh] did not reciprocate or sexually touch [Giuffre].” Giuffre’s attorney told the New York Post in a statement that the allegations against her were not true. Giuffre herself counter-sued Oh, describing herself as “the victim of the sadomasochist sexual play and physical abuse perpetrated against her by Oh, including cutting, slashing and other physical injuries during the sadomasochist sessions.”
- The UK judicial authorities have been blocking a case of possible illegal wiretapping of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during his stay at the Ecuadorian embassy in London from 2012 until his arrest in 2019, El Pais newspaper reported on Thursday, citing a Spanish judge’s ruling. The Spanish security company Undercover Global (UC Global), which guarded the Ecuadorian embassy in London from 2015 to 2018, illegally recorded conversations between Assange and his lawyers, the newspaper reported. Spanish National High Court Judge Santiago Pedraz believes that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States was a possible customer of the wiretapping.
- Palaeontologists at the University of Southampton identified the remains of the predator, which measured more than 32ft (10m) long and lived about 125 million years ago. The prehistoric bones belonged to a two-legged, crocodile-faced, predatory spinosaurid dinosaur. PhD student Chris Barker, who led the research, said it was a “huge animal”. The remains, which include pelvic and tail vertebrae, were discovered on the south-west coast of the Isle of Wight. The predator has been dubbed the “white rock spinosaurid”, after the geological layer in which the remains were found.
- Ms Marvel is Disney’s first on-screen Muslim superhero story. The show centres around geeky teenager and Avengers comic book fangirl Kamala Khan, played by Pakistani-Canadian newcomer Iman Vellani. Khan happens upon an old bracelet that belonged to her reputedly mystical great-grandmother. The bangle allows her powers to be tied to Kamala’s Pakistani heritage and the trauma of Partition in particular.
- Naasón Joaquín García, the leader of the La Luz del Mundo megachurch, has been sentenced in a Los Angeles court to 16 years and eight months in prison. García, 53, pleaded guilty last week to three counts of sexually abusing girls from his congregation. His plea deal means his sentence is considerably shorter than the life imprisonment he could have faced had he been found guilty in a trial. To his followers, Naasón Joaquín García is known as “the Apostle”. His church shared a statement [in Spanish] on Twitter in which it expresses its continued “support for the Apostle of Jesus Christ” and praised his “integrity, his conduct and his work”.
- A tiny rock fragment has hit the new James Webb Space Telescope’s main mirror. The damage inflicted by the dust-sized micrometeoroid is producing a noticeable effect in the observatory’s data but is not expected to limit the mission’s overall performance. James Webb was launched in December to succeed the revolutionary – but now ageing – Hubble Space Telescope. Astronomers are due to release its first views of the cosmos on 12 July. The speed at which things move through space means even the smallest particles can impart a lot of energy when colliding with another object. Webb has now been hit five times with this latest event being the most significant.
- When two people go insane together – Folie à deux is a term that originated in psychiatry, but sounds charming and whimsical enough that it’s been used as title for everything. The French first coined the phrase to describe the case of Margaret and Michael, a married couple. The doctors didn’t know which of the two started the cycle of psychosis, but they got into a feedback loop that reinforced each other’s delusions. ~ Esther Inglis-Arkell
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X-Files telling you straight up what is going on. This is why it’s called mind control, they put these episodes out intentionally to prepare you for what is coming. I also want to add the phrase “conspiracy” or “conspiracy theory” is the term which has been invented to single-handedly mind-control millions of people like no other word or phrase has. All my love to you good people ~ Niko @awakenedspecies
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