News Burst 14 April 2022
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- A Twitter investor, Marc Rasella, has accused the SpaceX founder and the world’s richest man, Elon Musk of causing him to lose money through “misleading statements” about his purchase of a large stake in Twitter on Tuesday. The plaintiff, who seeks class action status for his case on behalf of investors who sold their Twitter stock between late March and early April, claims that he would not have sold his shares at “artificially deflated prices” had Musk made his own purchase public sooner, as required by US federal trade laws.
- Moscow has lost access, at least for now, to $300 billion of its gold and foreign exchange reserves, and seven Russian banks have been disconnected from the SWIFT international payment system. The number of sanctions imposed on the country is unprecedented – 5,787 new restrictions have been imposed against Russian legal entities and individuals since February 22, and their number has reached more than 8,500 in total. No other country has ever had so many restrictions imposed on it. Even Iran, which has been under sanctions for more than 40 years, comes in a distant second, with only 3,600. “This is financial nuclear war and the largest sanctions event in history. Russia went from being part of the global economy to the single largest target of global sanctions and a financial pariah in less than two weeks,” said Peter Piatetsky, a former official with the Ministry of Finance in the US administrations of Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
- Critics of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro have been piling onto the populist leader after reports revealed on Monday that his government had approved the purchase of more than 35,320 doses of generic Viagra for the country’s armed forces. Using the government’s transparency portal and price panel, federal deputy Elias Vaz of the Brazilian Socialist Party had discovered eight distinct purchases of sildenafil – the generic name for the erectile dysfunction drug that US pharma giant Pfizer has marketed as Viagra. Vaz claims the Brazilian government paid above-market rates for the pills.
- German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier confirmed on Tuesday that he was not welcome in Kiev, where he’d intended to travel alongside four other EU presidents as a show of solidarity. Ukrainian officials have accused Steinmeier of being close to Russia, while according to German media, his name is still associated in Kiev with the 2016 attempt to implement the Minsk agreements in the Donbass, known as the “Steinmeier formula.”
- Most of the voters (47%) polled by YouGov, an internet-based market research and data analytics company, say that UK PM Boris Johnson should resign from his role, the results of a snap survey suggest. Britons were polled on April 12, the same day Johnson received a fine for having flouted the strict social-distancing mandate his own government had imposed on the public at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Moscow and Beijing are cooperating in space exploration and may soon start exploiting the Moon’s natural resources, US military officials said. The DIA, the Pentagon’s intelligence arm, made the warning as it presented to the public its update to the 2019 report entitled, “Challenges to Security in Space.” China and Russia continue to take steps to “undercut” the advantage that the American military enjoys in space assets, John F. Huth, the DIA defense intelligence officer for space and counterspace, said. Their combined in-orbit assets “grew approximately 70% in just two years,” said Kevin Ryder, a senior analyst with the agency.
- The British Army has lost its right to diplomatic immunity in Kenya after a high-court judge said on Wednesday that a 2015 defense agreement allows a lawsuit against UK soldiers. The historic ruling concerns the case of a massive wildfire allegedly caused by UK soldiers stationed at Nanyuki army base in the East African country, a former British colony that declared independence in 1963. The 10,000-acre inferno swept through the surrounding Lolldaiga Hills Ranch sanctuary last March, putting 1,000 local residents at risk of drought and resulting in the death of Linus Murangiri, a Lolldaiga Hills Ranch employee, who was crushed to death by a vehicle while fighting the flames.
- Malaysian lawyers say the use of an AI system in the country’s justice system is “unconstitutional” and claim that no one really understands how it works. That’s after courts in two Malaysian states launched a test program to use AI to assist judges in delivering sentences for convicted drug dealers and rapists. The AI software, developed by state government firm Sarawak Information Systems, was first introduced in 2020 to two courts in Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo as part of a pilot scheme to examine the efficiency of artificial intelligence in sentencing recommendations. The test was set to end in April 2022.
- Germany is doing enough to support Ukraine, Chancellor Olaf Scholz told the country’s RBB radio broadcaster on Wednesday. The head of government has also said he has no plans to travel to Kiev after the Ukrainian authorities turned down a visit by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Scholz called Kiev’s decision not to receive the German president “irritating,” adding that Steinmeier would have gladly visited the Ukrainian capital and “it would have been good” for Ukraine to welcome him.
- French President Emmanuel Macron declined to join his US counterpart Joe Biden in describing the actions of the Russian military in Ukraine as “genocide.” Verbal attacks would not help further peace in Ukraine, he said, in an interview with France 2 television on Wednesday. Biden appeared, the previous evening, to endorse Kiev’s claims that the goal of the Russian offensive was to exterminate the Ukrainian people. “Your family budget, your ability to fill up your tank, none of it should hinge on whether a dictator declares war and commits genocide half a world away,” he said in a speech in Iowa, referring to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin. Biden had previously called the Russian leader a “war criminal” and stated that the man “cannot remain in power.” When asked about the characterization during the interview, Macron said he “would be careful with such terms” and said the peoples of Ukraine and Russia were “brothers.”
- A Saudi TV show panned US President Joe Biden and his VP di lui, Kamala Harris, in an SNL-style comedic sketch, with the clip immediately going viral on social media. In the skit aired on the show “Studio 22” Saudi comedians appear to be grilling Biden for every single public appearance mishap that he has ever made: sleepiness, gaffes, awkwardness, and need for aides’ assistance.
- Britain has been one of the most zealous proponents of sanctions on Moscow, often leading the US, Canada, European Union states, Japan, Australia and New Zealand in imposing measures since Russia intervened in the eight-year conflict in Ukraine on 24 February. The UK inflation rate hit a 30-year high in March — thanks to sanctions on Russia sending fuel and energy prices soaring. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rate shot up from 6.2 percent in February, far exceeding the predicted level of 6.7 percent. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said service station pump prices and household bills were the biggest contributor to the seven per cent inflation rate last month.
- Le Pen will face Emmanuel Macron in the second round of presidential elections, due to take place on 24 April. French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen said on Wednesday that she would withdraw France from the NATO Military Command, if she is elected. “We are not talking about leaving the bloc, but about leaving its command structure,” the politician said, adding “But [I] will not renounce Article 5 [collective defence] between members of the Atlantic Alliance”. She also noted that France had already had such an experience: back in 1966, all French armed forces were removed from NATO’s integrated military command, and all non-French NATO troops were asked to leave the country. Paris reversed the move and rejoined the bloc’s military command only in 2009, during the presidency of Nicolas Sarkozy.
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Elevated levels of volcanic unrest continue at New Zealand’s Ruapehu Volcano. This is primarily manifested as strong volcanic tremor, slowly rising Crater Lake temperatures, and high gas outputs. These changes indicate magma may now be driving the unrest, increasing the chances of further activity. The Volcanic Alert Level remains at Level 2. Over the past seven days, the elevated volcanic unrest has continued, increasing to heightened levels. The tremor levels remain elevated but have declined from the peak reached on April 6 and 7. An airborne gas flight completed yesterday has confirmed an increase in gas output through the Crater Lake, in particular of CO2, which is now at the 2nd highest ever recorded value. The Crater Lake (Te Wai ā-moe) temperature is now 38 °C (100 °F) and modeling suggests that about ~280 MW of heat is required to sustain this lake temperature.
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Hopi Prophecy matches what Thoth, Jesus and Pleiadians teach about an ascension event. The world will go insane as hidden evil is revealed (apocalypse) followed by a complete Shift of reality to the “5th world” and meeting “True Brothers” from the stars (Son of Man / Pleiadians) ~ Kabamur
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A rock entering Earth’s atmosphere from space at 15km a second, near the Arctic Ocean, Longyearbyen, Norway
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