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  • Ontario Premier Doug Ford accidentally swallowed a bee in the midst of a Friday press conference in Dundalk, as he discussed the future of Canada’s healthcare system, defusing a potentially tense moment. After declaring “everything is on the table” regarding the controversial potential privatization of the state-run system, Ford was interrupted by the insect zooming down his gullet. “I can’t even remember what we’re talking about, I’ll be rushing to the hospital to get this bee out of here,” he said.


  • Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told the Wall Street Journal that Washington has rejected traditional diplomacy, and in the absence of a great leader, has driven the world to the precipice of war over Ukraine and Taiwan. Kissinger previously courted controversy for suggesting that Kiev abandon some of its territorial claims to end the conflict with Russia. “We are at the edge of war with Russia and China on issues which we partly created, without any concept of how this is going to end or what it’s supposed to lead to,” Kissinger said in the interview, published on Saturday.


  • Ukrainians can stop dying tomorrow if the US sat down with Russia and made peace, Pink Floyd co-founder and British rock legend Roger Waters told RT in an interview on Friday. Waters said the West seems determined to fight “to the last Ukrainian” because there are fortunes to be made from weapons sales, while American elites wish to rule the world. “It can be stopped, in my view, tomorrow,” Waters told RT’s Eunan O’Neill. “All it takes is for the Americans to come to the table and say ‘OK, let’s go with the Minsk agreements’. And then it would be over.” Waters pointed out that the current president of Ukraine, Vladimir Zelensky, ran on the platform of upholding the Minsk agreements and ending the civil war that started after the illegal 2014 coup in Kiev, and that 73% of Ukrainians voted for him based on that, “so they didn’t have to have a war.” Asked if the West wanted the conflict to end, Waters replied, “No, of course not.”


  • The US State Department gave tacit approval in May for two European oil companies – Italy’s Eni SpA and Spain’s Repsol SA – to resume oil-for-debt deals with Venezuela, with the crude delivered to Europe, Reuters reported. Venezuela’s state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) is no longer interested in the oil-for-debt deals that the US State Department greenlighted in May, Reuters reported. Instead, PDVSA has requested that future cargoes shipped by Italy’s Eni SpA and Spain’s Repsol SA be swapped for motor fuel, a deficit of which has been plaguing the country, the outlet cited sources as saying.


  • The end of the twentieth century gave the impression – or the illusion – that geopolitical customs had changed. The previous 100 years were turbulent, including world wars and decolonisation – with the formation of dozens of new states. By the 1970s, however, there was a relative balance. The colonial empires came to terms with their own and others’ borders. In Europe, the centre of political tension, an agreement was reached, the expression of which was the Helsinki Final Act. This was in fact a division of spheres of influence between the USSR and the USA, with the recognition of existing borders – formal (state) and informal (political). However, things were not static, and the situation has been shifting from complete domination by the West to a greater diversity of influences. It is not only the situation in Europe that has changed. Globalisation has turned the whole world into a stage for action – far more than it was in the twentieth century. Everything has become closely intertwined. But the European principles agreed in the last quarter of the twentieth century have not been valid worldwide, including in relation to borders. Anyway, the old system has stopped working. What we are witnessing in 2022 demonstrates how the problem of borders is returning in a very classical way. ~ Fyodor Lukyanov


  • Firefighters rescued a man who became stuck underground in central Rome while digging a tunnel, the Italian capital’s Fire Brigade said in a statement on Friday. The media says he was part of a gang seeking to rob a nearby bank. “After eight hours of work, the fire brigade extracted, still alive, the man who was trapped due to a collapse which happened during the execution of an underground excavation in Via Innocenzo XI. The causes are being investigated,” the Fire Brigade said in a statement. Media reports suggest that the rescued man was part of a gang which planned to take advantage of the quiet summer vacation period by digging a tunnel from rented premises in the city center to the vault of one of the nearby banks, with a view to rob it in mid-August. However, their alleged plan failed when, while digging, a piece of asphalt fell and blocked Grassi at a depth of around 6-7 meters, leaving him with no option other than to shout: “Help, please free me.”


  • A nearly 4,000-words long essay published in the peer-reviewed journal Qualitative Research in April has recently attracted quite a bit of attention. The paper is authored by Karl Andersson, a PhD student at the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures at The University of Manchester, and is titled “I am not alone – we are all alone: Using masturbation as an ethnographic method in research on shota subculture in Japan”, with “shota” being defined by the author himself as a “Japanese genre of self-published erotic comics that features young boy characters.” According to Vice News, the essay essentially amounts to the description of the author’s “masturbation habits” and thoughts and feelings while reading the comics in question, as well as “defenses of all of the above as legitimate research.” Qualitative Research has announced that they launched an investigation into the publication on 9 August. The media outlet also points out that Andersson’s fascination with “shota” appears to be well-documented, and that this particular genre is actually illegal in the UK – where he “goes to school” – as well as in several other countries.


  • Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene has submitted a resolution calling for the impeachment of US Attorney General Merrick Garland for ordering the search of former President Donald Trump’s home. Greene, a Republican representative from Georgia, accused Garland of abusing the power of his office to “politically persecute [President] Joe Biden’s enemies.” “The whole purpose of this is to prevent President Trump from ever being able to hold office,” she told reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday. In the articles of impeachment submitted to Congress, Greene argued that Garland has “lost the trust of the citizens of the United States to faithfully execute the law of the United States without a partisan bias.” Greene wrote that by ordering the search and then asking the court to unseal the search warrant, Garland was attempting “to intimidate, harass, and potentially disqualify” Trump from challenging Biden for the presidency in the future.


  • The US and its allies have approved over $76 billion in military and fiscal aid to Kiev, equivalent to 40% of Ukraine’s GDP in 2021. However, much of this assistance doesn’t seem to be reaching its intended destinations, with CBS issuing (and then deleting) a story last week showing that as little as 30% of the military aid was reaching the front. Ukraine is having trouble scrapping together the money required to pay soldiers’ salaries and has resorted to money printing thanks to a growing gap between military spending and declining tax revenues, combined with a slowing flow of Western aid, Finance Minister Sergii Marchenko has indicated. “Every day and night it’s a constant headache,” Marchenko told the Wall Street Journal in an interview.


  • In a catering twist, Japanese airline ZIPAIR is offering meals partly made of ground-up crickets. “The airline caterer is serving a chilli burger and pasta dish, both include crushed cricket (or gryllus powder), costing 1,500 yen (US$11.30),” the South China Morning Post reported. The airline has reportedly collaborated with Gryllus, a food technology company, on the unique meal. The airline began taking orders for the meal in July, and so far, it has not received any complaints. “We have received more than 60 purchase orders for the two dishes since they were introduced on July 1,” said Mark Matsumoto, a spokesman for the airline. “As part of ZIPAIR’s commitment to sustainability, the airline has partnered with Gryllus Inc. to offer an environmentally friendly meal option to help reduce food waste on its international network.” Meanwhile, passengers can pre-book insect powder burger and pasta meals on flights connecting Japan’s Narita Airport with Bangkok, Singapore, Honolulu, and Los Angeles.


  • Soros Fund Management, formerly a New York-based hedge fund formed in 1970 by Hungarian-American investor George Soros, purchased 53 new stocks in the first fiscal quarter of 2022, with investments focused in the real estate, information technology, healthcare, finance, consumer discretionary, and communications sectors. The New York-based SFM boosted its stakes in three top-ten-ranking technology companies as of the end of June: Amazon.com Inc., Salesforce Inc., and Alphabet Inc., among others.


  • China’s solar-powered “green hydrogen” facility, under construction in Xinjiang, will help slash the country’s carbon emissions by around 500,000 tons a year, according to state broadcaster CCTV. The factory in Kuqa in the south of the region would also be among the largest such projects operating globally. It will use renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power to generate electricity to break down water into its two constituent elements – oxygen and hydrogen. Xinjiang is a windy province, recording average wind speeds of 8.92 meters per second. The hydrogen can then be liquefied and pumped through natural gas pipelines to help deal with energy shortages in the most densely populated parts of the country.


  • Colombian President Gustavo Petro says that the problem of drug trafficking has long gone beyond the framework of relations between Colombia and the United States, and the current strategy to combat it only increases crime. “The investigation into the murder of the Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, committed by Uruguayan drug trafficker [Sebastian] Marset in Colombian territory, shows that drug trafficking has ceased to be a Colombian-American bilateral problem long ago and is today an American and world problem,” Petro said on social media on Friday.


  • Water from the artificial reservoir built up by the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) splashed forth from over its spillway on Friday, a day after the second of the project’s massive hydroelectric turbines came online. Addis Ababa has assured the project would be a boon to all regional countries, but neighbors Egypt and Sudan aren’t convinced. Under construction since 2011, the GERD project is one of the largest public infrastructure projects in Ethiopia, and will be the biggest hydroelectric power plant on the African continent once finished next year. The third phase of the filling of a massive reservoir, capable of holding up to 74 billion cubic meters of water, was completed this week, with two of the dam’s planned 16 turbines now operational. When construction is finished, the dam will be capable of generating some 6,000 megawatts of power – more than double the average output of a WER-1000 nuclear reactor.


  • European authorities have been mulling plans to build a new gas pipeline connecting the Iberian Peninsula and Central Europe bypassing France, Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said. On Friday, Costa said that the European Commission considered it possible to construct an alternative gas route between Central Europe and the Iberian Peninsula, Portuguese online newspaper Observador reported. The prime minister reportedly said that the original plan, which presupposed a pipeline via France, failed due to environmental concerns of the French government. The potential pipeline bypassing France would link Portugal and Spain with Italy and run under the Mediterranean Sea.


  • Estonia and Finland are discussing the possibility of joint coastal and air defenses, with the Baltic Sea to become the ‘internal’ waters of NATO once Helsinki and Stockholm join the bloc, Estonian Defense Minister Hanno Pevkur has said. “We need to integrate our coastal defenses. The flight range of Estonian and Finnish missiles is greater than the width of the Gulf of Finland. This means that we can connect our missile defenses and share all our information with each other,” Pevkur said, speaking to Finnish media on Friday during a working visit to the country. Estonia ordered Blue Spear sea-skimming anti-ship missiles from Israel last year. Manufactured by Israel Aerospace Industries, the missiles have a 290 km range. Finland, for its part, uses Swedish-made MTO 85M anti-ship missiles with a range of over 150 km as the backbone of its coastal defenses.
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Halfeti village, in southeastern Turkey, is the only place in the world where black roses are grown.

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Family of Taygeta 

The Calvine Photo, 1990 – Family of Taygeta  – This is a very small Pleiadian Craft that was simply exploring the area. We have always done this and many have waved in delight while others become a bit nervous. Our intention has always been to communicate and have humans slowly allow us to be part of their natural life. Often the shock and surprise to see a craft will be both exciting with a little fear. This photo was taken with great excitement. The endless cover-ups have played on in many lifetimes. There are volumes of videos and photographs that are classified as the masses are completely ready for Truth. This small craft is part of a Fleet of 40 with a Mothership miles above. We never intend to cause fear and we leave if this is the issue. We welcome all filming and photographs to be taken. We are here regardless, in the air and on the ground. In Peace. ~ Neioh

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Chichen Itza

If you clap your hands in front of the stairs of Chichen Itza, you can hear the echo that sounds like a Quetzal bird. These builders had excellent knowledge of waves and frequencies. The shape of the pyramid exactly reproduces the sound of the local animal that represents higher consciousness, namely the Quetzal, which is a feathered serpent that connects the earth with the sky. The Tartarian buildings are more similar in function to pyramids and temples found across the world than the mainstream peer reviewed science would have us believe. ~ awakenedspecies

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