News Burst 14 January 2023
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- US government agencies saw a significant increase in incidents involving unidentified flying objects (UFOs) between 2021 and 2022, partly due to a better understanding of the threats they may pose, according to an unclassified version of a new Pentagon report released on Thursday. The document, entitled ‘2022 Annual Report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ – most commonly referred to as UFOs or UAP– was compiled by the Pentagon’s Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI). In total, it covers 510 sightings, documented up to late August 2022. This number includes 144 UAP reports, which were examined in the 17 years before March 2021 and counted in a preliminary assessment by the ODNI. However, between that date and August 2022 the number of reported UFO sightings skyrocketed, reaching 366. The document partially attributed this increase to “a better understanding of the possible threats that UAP may represent, either as safety of flight hazards or as potential adversary collection platforms.” Another reason is the “reduced stigma surrounding UAP reporting,” it added.
- The US securities regulator on Thursday charged Genesis Global Capital and crypto exchange Gemini with offering and selling unregistered securities to retail investors through a program that promised high interest rates on deposits. The Securities and Exchange Commission claimed that Genesis, a subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, and Gemini, which is run by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, raised billions of dollars of crypto assets from hundreds of thousands of investors through unregistered offers, using Gemini’s Earn crypto asset-lending program and “bypassing disclosure requirements designed to protect investors.” “Today’s charges build on previous actions to make clear to the marketplace and the investing public that crypto lending platforms and other intermediaries need to comply with our time-tested securities laws. Doing so best protects investors. It promotes trust in markets. It’s not optional. It’s the law,” SEC Chair Gary Gensler said in a statement.
- President Joe Biden’s lawyers found classified government documents in a garage at his house in Delaware, White House special counsel Richard Sauber said on Thursday. Biden admitted days earlier that a first tranche of files had been kept in a Pennsylvania think tank office. The lawyers found “a small number of additional Obama-Biden Administration records with classified markings” in a storage space in Biden’s garage, Sauber said in a statement, adding that Biden’s legal team had handed the files over to the Department of Justice. Sauber did not explain how long the documents had been in Biden’s garage or when they were discovered. His statement confirmed media reports on Wednesday on the discovery of a second batch of files. These reports came three days after CBS News revealed that a first batch of documents were discovered in early November at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, an organization affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania.
- The Indian town of Joshimath, known as a gateway to the Himalayas, sank by 5.4cm, sometime between late December and early January, the Indian space agency has reported. The popular tourist destination, at an altitude of over 6,000 ft (1800 meters), is prone to subsidence, partially due to infrastructure development. A report by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) released on Wednesday detailed changes detected by satellite observation of Joshimath, revealing that a rapid subsidence event had taken place sometime between December 27, 2022 and January 8, 2023. The region’s chief minister, Pushkar Singh Dhami, ordered a mass evacuation after a 603 buildings in the town were found to have deep cracks. Recorded elevation changes varied between 1 and 5.4cm, the data shows. ISRO observations over the past year have detected a slow subsidence of up to 9cm over a period of nine months, the report said.
- More than two-thirds of doctors in the Austrian capital, Vienna, “regularly” consider resigning, a survey conducted by the Vienna Medical Association revealed on Tuesday. Respondents cited the seemingly insurmountable problems of overwork and understaffing. Three in four doctors surveyed complained their workload was too heavy, while a quarter claimed their employer did not provide required breaks. Pessimism reigns supreme, with 91% doubting the punishing workload will improve in the future and over half (55%) expecting an even greater workload to come. Just under half (48%) want to change from public to private practice, complaining about “having to greet patients as if they were on an assembly line,” according to VMA Vice President Stefan Ferenci. “If the Vienna city government does not act now, the hospitals will soon be empty,” he said, noting that the mood among doctors has declined even further over the past several months.
- The University of Southern California School of Social Work announced on Monday that it is removing the word ‘field’ (as in ‘conducting field work’) from its curriculum and practice, and replacing it with the world ‘practicum’ out of concerns that it may have racist connotations. “This change supports anti-racist social work practice by replacing language that could be considered anti-Black or anti-immigrant in favor of inclusive language,” the department explained in a letter shared by Dr. Houman David Hemmati on Twitter. In its letter, the department stated that its goal is to “honor and acknowledge inclusion and reject white supremacy, anti-immigrant and anti-blackness ideologies.”
- The investigation opened by the Pordenone prosecutor’s office against unknown persons into the bullet of an armored car Centauro which fell on the roof of a laying hens farm in Vivaro on 17 March 2021 has closed with a dismissal (Pordenone), killing about a hundred specimens. According to the magistrates, despite the expert reports carried out, it was not possible to identify the armored vehicle that had fired the shot during a night exercise.
- US President Joe Biden has probably made off with more classified documents than many whistleblowers, but unlike them he will get away with it, former CIA and National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden suggested on Wednesday. In a series of tweets, the whistleblower commented on a recent controversy surrounding sensitive Obama-era documents discovered at Biden’s vice-presidential office by his attorneys. The White House has acknowledged the incident and the US Justice Department is currently looking into the matter. “Worth noting that the President seems to have absconded with more classified documents than many whistleblowers,” Snowden wrote, comparing the situation with the case of Reality Winner who “was sentenced to 5 YEARS for just one document.” The former NSA translator was convicted in 2018 of leaking a report about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US elections. “Meanwhile Biden, Trump, Clinton, Petraeus… these guys have dozens, hundreds [of documents]. No jail,” the whistleblower added.
- What’s this? Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and staff repeatedly pushed Twitter to remove perfectly legal content that they found offensive, according to Friday’s installment of “The Twitter Files.” Twitter also refused requests to ban content about Schiff and his staff, telling the congressman’s office that this would not be “conceivable.” Hilariously though, Schiff’s office was concerned that if tweets were “deamplified” that law enforcement may have a harder time tracking the offending users. The latest Twitter Files release shows how prominent Democrats knowingly pushed a false Russiagate-related narrative about “Russian bots” promoting a key House Intelligence Committee memo that detailed efforts to spy on the Trump campaign, despite the lawmakers being told by Twitter executives that it wasn’t true.
- The Federal Aviation Administration’s Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) system, which alerts pilots and other personnel about airborne issues and delays at airports nationwide, experienced a massive outage on Wednesday that resulted in travel chaos of over 10,000 delayed flights and more than 1,000 canceled. The White House quickly squashed speculation of a potential cyber attack. President Biden’s Transportation Secretary, Pete Buttigieg, has since ordered an investigation of NOTAM’s outage. Bloomberg reports that a person familiar with the FAA investigation might already know what caused headaches for tens of thousands of travelers — just weeks after the Southwest Airlines debacle. The person said unspecified “personnel” corrupted a file on the NOTAM system, resulting in a nationwide outage. The preliminary indications are that two people working for a contractor introduced errors into the core data used on the system known as Notice to Air Missions, or Notam, according to a person familiar with the FAA review. The person asked not to be identified speaking about the sensitive, ongoing issue.
- Dozens of historic shipwrecks have been located in the lakes Heddalsvattnet and Norsjo in the Telemark region in southern Norway over the course of several weeks. “We have located more than 75 wrecks in Heddalsvatnet and five in Norsjo. This is the largest ship cemetery ever found in Norway,” project manager Thor Olav Sperre told local media. His colleague Pal Nymoen of the Norwegian Maritime Museum called it very important for the nation’s history, describing it as an “archaeological treasure trove.” This is part of the ongoing project, which scans the entire seabed of the Norsjo water system, a once busy waterway in one of Norway’s historic areas. According to Nymoen, both Lakes Heddalsvatnet and Norsjo were once part of the sea. “The water gradually became fresh water around the Bronze Age. In recent times, it has been one of the largest inland ports in Norway, which explains the large boat traffic,” he said. According to the researchers, transport in Heddalsvatnet has existed for many thousands of years, which is supported by numerous rock carvings. The lake also harbors Viking relics.
- On Monday, South Carolina Representative Joe Wilson tabled a resolution to direct the House Fine Arts Board to obtain a bust of the Ukrainian president and then find a “suitable, permanent location” for the statue in the Capitol Building.
It’s not the first time that Wilson has come up with the controversial initiative: in March 2022, the lawmaker also sought to place the Ukrainian president’s bust in the US Capitol. “Anyone not tied to the idea that the US must selectively police or fund conflicts abroad without regard to helping Americans, would not only object to lionizing Zelenskyy with a bust (which is utterly absurd), but also would object to funding any more of Zelensky’s international Ponzi Scheme,” Republican political commentator Marc Little told Sputnik, in an apparent reference to the October 2021 bombshell ‘Pandora Papers’ release by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP). The expose shed light on Zelensky’s offshore companies and his longstanding cooperation with Ihor Kolomoisky, a Ukrainian oligarch dogged by US allegations of multibillion-dollar fraud.
- Congress even held hearings on them last year, playing previously classified footage of unexplained phenomena near US military installations. There has been a dramatic increase in the number of sightings of UFOs over the past two years, according to a report published by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) on Thursday. The report, which was current as of August 2022, revealed that “there have been 247 new reports and another 119” unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs), as the Pentagon now calls them, that were either since discovered or reported since the ODNI’s preliminary assessment on sightings in 2020. At that time, the office had accumulated just 144 reports in 17 years, but now the total stands at 510, the document states.
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I’ve been saying for years that Galactic Federation (UFO) sightings will increase as we approach the Shift. According to the DNI’s new UFO report: “The number of reported UFO incidents has sharply increased over the past 2 years”
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Taliban Education Minister Abdul Baqi Haqqani hailed Afghanistan’s first indigenous “Supercar” as proof that the militant group will promote “religious and modern sciences.” The brainchild of a Kabul-based engineering firm, the Mada-9 hides a run-of-the-mill motor under its exotic curves. Recently unveiled at Kabul’s Afghanistan Technical Vocational Institute (ATVI), the Mada-9 is “firm and lightweight,” and will help Afghanistan shake off its reputation for “wars and conflicts and misery,” ATVI chief Ghulam Haidar Shuhamat told ToloNews on Tuesday. Speaking at the workshop of its designer in the institute, Haqqani said that the project proves that the Taliban will bring “religious and modern sciences to the people,” India’s First Post reported on Wednesday. Zabiullah Mujahid, the Taliban’s official spokesman, declared on Twitter that the car would raise Afghanistan’s prestige.
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