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  • An elusive Indonesian crocodile, which has swum around with a motorcycle tire stuck around its neck for six years, has finally been freed by an animal lover on the island of Sulawesi. The roughly four-metre (13.12 ft) crocodile had generated sympathy among some residents in the city of Palu who feared the tire might eventually choke the reptile as it grew in size. “I caught the crocodile by myself. I was asking for help from people here but they were scared,” said local resident Tili, 35, who like many Indonesians uses one name. In 2020, authorities in the province had offered an unspecified reward for anyone who could remove the tire, though for Tili it did not appear this was his main motivation.

 

  • Greece’s foreign ministry have rebuked images of a DJ playing electronic music at the former Orthodox Christian Sumela monastery in Turkey as “a desecration” of the monument. The makers of the video clip defended their decision, saying the video was shot in order to promote Sumela as a tourist attraction and that permission had been granted by Turkish authorities. Greek officials say the scenes at the 4th century complex dedicated to the Virgin Mary were “offensive”. The ministry say the called on Turkish authorities “to do their utmost to prevent such acts from being repeated” and to respect the site, a candidate for UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites.

 

  • The New York Times reported earlier in the day that Joe Biden was planning to ignore requests from the Taliban to return $7 billion in Afghan assets deposited at the Federal Reserve in New York. The White House announced that the US will set up a trust fund in the months ahead to administer $3.5 billion of said funds that will be used to help the Afghan people. The other half of the frozen Afghan assets would stay in the United States, pending court rulings on legal claims against the Taliban by victims of the 11 September 2001 terror attacks. “The theft of blocked money belonging to the people of Afghanistan by the United States, as well as taking possession of it, is a showcase of the human and moral decline of the country and people,” Mohammad Naeem, a spokesman for the Taliban political office, said on Twitter.

 

  • Finland has penned a multibillion-dollar deal with the US to purchase 64 American-built F-35 fighter jets, the Finnish Defense Forces announced on Friday. The radar-evading warplanes will reportedly cost the European country, which is traditionally militarily non-aligned, some $9.4 billion. The aircraft will not enter service for some years, with Finnish officials previously saying deployment of the planes would begin in 2027.

 

  • Russia and China have united in a relationship that transcends an alliance, promoting a “law-based international order” which challenges the Biden administration’s foundational “rules-based international order” dogma. And in the aftermath of a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned of a possibility of a nuclear conflict that would see “no victors,” should Ukraine join NATO. But, given the escalation in tensions that has transpired over the course of the past few weeks, with Russia deploying tens of thousands of troops into Belarus (Moscow has said troops will leave the country after the end of ‘Union Resolve 2022’ joint exercises later this month), and the US and NATO deploying thousands of their own forces into eastern Europe, the possibility of the resulting tinderbox being ignited into a wider conflagration cannot be discounted. As the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand in 1914 demonstrated, world wars have been triggered by minor events. ~ Scott Ritter

 

  • More than 20 new ‘Terracotta Warriors’ have been uncovered in one of the pits located on the territory of the mausoleum of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, who unified China in 221 B.C. According to Live Science, the unearthed warriors were mainly infantry and chariots, as well as a few generals, judging by their headgear. The Terracotta Army, a form of funerary art buried circa 210-209 B.C., was accidentally discovered in 1974 and has been considered among the world’s most famous archaeological sites since then.

 

  • “A disinformation campaign is currently under way on various social media – both in Sweden and abroad – alleging that Swedish social services kidnap Muslim children. This information is wrong. It is seriously misleading and aims to create tensions and spread mistrust,” the Swedish Foreign Ministry wrote on Twitter. Swedish social services have the right to take away children from parents against the parents’ will only through a court order, the ministry noted. This drastic step is taken to ensure the safety and well-being of the child and “the working hypothesis is that the child will be reunited with its parents,” the ministry clarified.

 

  • Morale among American diplomats is low, and Washington is struggling to find people to staff its diplomatic missions abroad, the head of the American Foreign Service Association has warned. The condition responsible is known as ‘Havana syndrome’, an illness that nobody can explain. “People have suffered real trauma and real injury, and it has dramatically hurt our morale, our readiness, our ability to recruit new members in the foreign service,” American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) chief Eric Rubin recently told a medical symposium in Texas, according to a report in The Guardian on Friday.

 

  • The rise in nearly every spending category was driven by increases in food and energy costs, as well as growing costs for cars and rents. The inflation indicator overshot the US Federal Reserve’s 2% target, and analysts say is likely to affect the current economic agenda and lead to a large interest rate hike in the months to come. “This inflation data today came like a punch in the stomach for [Fed chairman] Jay Powell and his colleagues,” Citi Bank chief economist Nathan Sheets told CNBC. He noted that the inflation data may bring about “increasingly aggressive” action by the Fed, including an interest rate hike of “50 basis points for March.”

 

  • The Hudson City Council in Ohio was discussing whether ice fishing should be allowed in public parks, with officials debating the various dangers that could arise from the practice. While some raised concerns about people falling through the ice, arguing that allowing the pastime could put an additional strain on paramedics, police, and firefighters, Mayor Craig Shubert suggested that ice fishing could lead to a completely different issue – prostitution. After a few moments of stunned silence and visible confusion from his colleagues, the mayor added: “Just data points to consider.” “OK,” City Council President Chris Foster said, without feeling the need to question the mayor’s comment any further.

 

  • In the two weeks since the Freedom Convoy of Canadian truckers and their supporters began rallying in Ottawa to demand an end to all pandemic-related mandates and restrictions nationwide, it has become clear that this movement isn’t like other protest movements. There has long been an agenda to corral as many humans as possible unwittingly into a global dragnet through technological adoption. That’s what the revelations of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden were about back in 2013. A technological panopticon provides those in charge with the ability to monitor and ultimately control or sanction dissidents or outliers as the state pursues the self-serving agenda of a select few. Algorithms that exploit this massive online presence enable the state to accurately craft propaganda to be deployed to vilify them in the eyes of the general population, while portraying the state as the great protector — all while selling citizens out to the interests of a select few elites. Essentially, people are manipulated into arguing against their own good. ~ Rachel Marsden
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According to Reuters’ sources, the absurdly long table between Putin and Macron was required because Macron refused to take a Russian-administered covid test, which would have given the Russians access to the French leader’s DNA.

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Houma, Louisiana – 2/10/22

This is a Camera from a Craft above. The occupants of the Pleiadian Craft had the Intention of being seen. They are exploring and this was simply in fun. (Take note of any “planes” seen near UFOs because those can be ET Crafts too) ~ Neioh

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Islamabad, Pakistan, 25 January 2022

The object in question was apparently caught on camera last month in the vicinity of Islamabad.

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