News Burst 11 April 2021
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- The Vatican has constructed a secret underground tunnel in Jerusalem that has infuriated a local preservation group who claim the tunnel resides in a sensitive area that may contain antiquities and other artifacts. The Regavim Movement, a research-based think tank and lobbying group dedicated to preserving Israel’s national lands and resources, recently filed a petition with the Jerusalem District Court, demanding the city take action against the illegal underground tunnel. According to the petition submitted to the Jerusalem District Court, the Regavim Movement alleges the church concealed the existence of the 100-meter long tunnel that infringes on public property in an area allegedly known for archaeological remains.
- With Hunter Biden on a serious image rehabilitation tour – a ‘tell all’ book combined with television interviews from friendly outlets designed to invoke pity over the First Son’s crack and hooker habits, the Daily Mail is now telling the rest of the story regarding the contents of his abandoned laptop after Hunter admitted it ‘certainly’ could be his in a Sunday interview with CBS. DailyMail.com will publish more shocking stories from Hunter’s laptop, including:
- How Hunter blew hundreds of thousands on prostitutes, drugs and luxury cars, leaving him scrambling to avoid jail for $320k in unpaid taxes
- How five members of the Biden family have been to rehab for drug or alcohol abuse – and a stunning admission by Joe to his son
- The OTHER Biden family member planning to buy and cook crack, after falling into the disastrous addiction with Hunter
- Hunter’s unconventional and unlikely relationship with his well-known psychiatrist
- The whispered bedroom conversation with a prostitute caught on Hunter’s webcam, in which he confesses he had a previous laptop stolen – by Russians for blackmail
- According to a report in the London Telegraph, anyone wishing to drink in a pub garden in Britain from Monday (only the outside areas will open) will be forced to hand over their phone to venue staff who must check the individual is registered on the government’s tracking app. Venues will face fines of £1000 if they are found to be admitting people who have not registered on the NHS Test and Trace app with all their personal details and then scanned a QR code on entry to the outdoor portion of the venue.
- The FBI is again requesting delays in their lawfully required efforts to produce all documents in the Seth Rich case. This has gone on for years with no penalty to the FBI or DOJ. They get to it when they can. Today the legal team received a document from the FBI and DOJ where they again make excuses and request additional time to produce documents it has related to Seth Rich. They now are saying they have at least 1,563 pages of potentially responsive information that they need more time to get through.
- In 2014, Nature Medicine published that data “indicate [sic] that exposure of aged mice to young blood late in life is capable of rejuvenating synaptic plasticity and improving cognitive function.” In layman’s terms: “Young blood can rejuvinate the brains of old mice”.
- Sightings of unidentified objects in 2020 nearly doubled in New York from the previous year, to about 300, according to data compiled by the National U.F.O. Reporting Center. They also rose by about 1,000 nationwide, to more than 7,200 sightings.
- Delhi Police have arrested two men for robbing people with the help of monkeys, officials said on Friday. Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Atul Kumar Thakur said the accused – Balwan Nath (26) and Vikram Nath (23) – were nabbed on Thursday for their involvement in robbing a lawyer on 2 March. “The two monkeys have been deposited with a Wildlife SOS centre and relevant provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 were added against the accused in the case,” he said.
- Ghislaine Maxwell’s family insists she’s “no monster” as they launch a website in support of the jailed British socialite. Her family have invited the public to “get to know the real Ghislaine”.
- Russia has tested its first post-Soviet large domestic airliner, the MC-21-300, in freezing conditions to see how it performs when covered with ice. Hours of tests have proven the jet can safely fly in harsh conditions. The aircraft successfully completed certification tests under natural icing conditions in northern Russia, its manufacturer Irkut Corporation, part of United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), revealed earlier this week. It made some 14 flights lasting from three to five hours over the coast of the White Sea, part of the Barents Sea and the Subpolar Urals area. The routes were specifically picked because of the high humidity and low temperatures found there, which lead to ice formation on aircraft surfaces.
- For the first time ever, the ECHR has weighed in on the issue of compulsory vaccinations. And the ruling has major implications for those hoping to avoid their CVD jab. In a decision bound to generate controversy, the European Court of Human Rights on Thursday ruled against several Czech families who had refused to give their children compulsory vaccinations. The parents had appealed against fines they had received, as well as the children’s exclusion from preschool. The ruling was on vaccines for nine diseases compulsory for children under Czech law including measles, diphtheria and hepatitis B. The judges voted by a majority of 16 to one that there had been ‘’no violation’’ of Article 8, the right to respect for private life.
- Migrant families will be held at hotels in the Phoenix area in response to a growing number of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, another step in the Biden’s administration rush to set up temporary space. Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema’s office says it was told U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will occupy “several hotels along the southwest border, including in Chandler and Phoenix.” Contractor Endeavors Inc. has beds available at hotels in the Phoenix suburb and the Texas cities of El Paso and Cotulla. As more migrants cross, only about one in three families picked up by the Border Patrol last month was quickly expelled from the U.S.
- One day after a powerful eruption at La Soufriere volcano in the eastern Caribbean flung a massive column of ash more than 33,000 feet high, geologists warn, perhaps, a much larger eruption could be nearing. “The first one might not have necessarily been the biggest one. It’s possible you could have explosions that could go higher and carry plumes higher in the atmosphere than this one did,” geologist Richard Robertson of the University of the West Indies’ Seismic Research Center said during a press conference.
- Two men who roamed the Indian capital using monkeys to rob unsuspecting victims have been arrested, New Delhi police said on Saturday (Apr 10). The pair were apprehended after one victim complained to officers that three men carrying monkeys had surrounded and robbed him of 6,000 rupees (US$80). Authorities across India have been grappling with the menace posed by monkeys in Delhi and other populated cities, where they often enter homes in search of food. But it is illegal for Indians to capture them under a 1972 law.
- India will accept compensation of €1.1 million from Italy for the families of two fishermen shot dead by Italian marines in 2012, signalling an end to a long-winding case that soured relations between the two nations.
- Two dead whales have washed up on the same stretch of Bangladesh coastline in two days, officials said Saturday (Apr 10), raising suggestions that they were killed by sea pollution. Officials said the second, much longer whale washed up on Himchhari Beach, outside the resort city of Cox’s Bazar, at around 8.30am Saturday, just a day after the carcass of another Bryde’s whale was found 2km from the spot. The carcass of the whale found today is at least 50 feet (16m) long and 10 feet wide. It weighs three-four tonnes.
- A communications satellite of the United Kingdom’s company OneWeb dodged a potential collision with a satellite from SpaceX’s Starlink constellation, after the two came dangerously close to each other in orbit last week.
- Bitcoin reached 61,200 USD
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Crop Circles of Sheep – Rottingdean, East Sussex UK
“Mystery as sheep stand in bizarre circle pattern” (or Pleiadian Saucer Craft) ~ Kab
Christopher Hogg, of village Rottingdean in East Sussex, was out on his bike when he saw the sheep gathered together. “The sheep are usually noisy, I go past them every day, but this day they were very still and calm. … It was so quiet, like they were in a trance. It was very eerie.”
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