News Burst 16 February 2021 - Live Feed

News Burst 16 February 2021

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  • A Cook County, Illinois, grand jury has returned a six-count indictment against actor Jussie Smollett for making false reports to police that he was a victim of a hate crime, a special prosecutor said Tuesday. Smollett, who is gay and black, said he was the victim of a racist and homophobic attack near his Chicago apartment on January 29, 2019. Chicago police investigated the case as a hate crime but later said the actor orchestrated the incident and paid two men who were acquaintances from the TV show on which he starred — brothers Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundairo — to stage the incident for publicity. The former “Empire” actor has repeatedly denied making up or orchestrating the attack.


  • Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has become the first woman to head the World Trade Organization after being voted in as the new general-secretary during a closed-door meeting, the media reported on Monday. β€œWTO members have just agreed to appoint Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala as the next Director-General of the WTO. The decision was taken at a special meeting today of the organization’s General Council. Dr. Okonjo-Iweala will become the first woman and the first African to head the WTO,” the WTO said in a statement.


  • In 2009 Michael Misick was forced to resign as premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands, a British overseas territory in the Caribbean, and direct rule from London was imposed. In 2015 Mr Misick and eight others were put on trial for corruption. Judge Paul Harrison, 85, died on 7 February leaving the trial – which has so far cost an estimated Β£107 million – in limbo. On Monday, 15 February, the trial will formally be ended, following the death of Judge Harrison, but it will then be up to the islands’ Director of Public Prosecutions, Eugene Otuonye QC, to decide whether to have a retrial before a new judge.


  • On Sunday afternoon, a tweet from billionaire Elon Musk inviting Russian President Vladimir Putin to an online conversation went viral. Now, the Kremlin has responded – and it is interested. Speaking to the press, presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov revealed that Putin might be open to the idea. β€œFirst, we need to understand what it’ll be. You know that President Putin does not use social networks, and does not personally run the accounts,” Peskov said on Monday. β€œIn general, it is a very interesting proposal, but we need to first understand what he means, what is proposed.” On Twitter, Musk proposed a discussion between himself and Putin on the much-discussed Clubhouse app. β€œWould you like join me for a conversation on Clubhouse?” he tweeted, directed at the Kremlin’s official English-language account. He followed it up with a tweet in Russian, revealing that it would be a β€œgreat honor” to speak to the president.


  • A brutal polar vortex has paralyzed much of Texas. Three million people are left without power as an extreme cold snap sends power demand to record highs. Energy infrastructure, such as natural gas pipelines have frozen, halting fuel flow to power plants, resulting in record-high electricity rates. Now we’re learning the chaos has spread to the crude complex in the state.


  • Visa, a one-time enemy of the bitcoin and cryptocurrency community, is fast becoming one of bitcoin’s biggest cheerleaders. After partnering with 35 various bitcoin and cryptocurrency platforms in recent years, the credit card company has announced it plans to help banks roll out bitcoin and cryptocurrency buying and trading services with a Visa crypto software program, set to launch later this year.


  • [Clowns Master] Dr. Fauci has won the $1 million Dan David Prize for β€œdefending science” and advocating for vaccines that are being administered around the wide.


  • β€œIt must have been an amazing sight, but we don’t want to see that again,” said Harvard astrophysicist, Avi Loeb about the comet that created the the Chicxulub crater off the coast of Mexico that spans 93 miles and runs 12 miles deep that forever changed Earth’s evolutionary history when it crashed 66 million years ago. The Mount Everest sized object blasted a hole in the ground, releasing the equivalent of 100 million megatons of TNT on the ancient continent of Pangaea.


  • A new survey by the European Parliament suggests that out of all 27 member states, Finnish residents have the least confidence in the decisions made by the EU in 2020. Out of thousands of respondents from Finland, 60 per cent said they believed Europe was headed in the wrong direction. While one-third of Finns admitted that they now have a lower opinion of the EU, 69 per cent believe that the benefits of being a member state outweigh any risks.


  • In a statement about the news, Mr. Putin said his country is finally free from the β€œicy grip” of the Rothschild banking cartel and New World Order cabal. Two years previous, President Putin prohibited Jacob Rothschild and his New World Order banking cabal from operating in Russian territory β€œunder any circumstances.” Now, following his current election success, Putin has vowed to continue β€œunburdening” Russia’s economy from the dangerous monopoly of the US dollar in order to guarantee Russian sovereignty in an increasingly globalized world. Addressing the Russian Parliament following his inauguration, Vladimir Putin said that stating β€œtotal independence” from the worldwide banking cartel and Rothschild global money providing organizations would be the β€œbiggest gift” he could provide to future generations.


  • The Development Bank of Namibia donated 20 toilets in November 2020 valued at N$300 000 ($ 20000). The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism through the Environmental Investment Fund also donated 20 toilets valued at N$300 000 ($ 20000). The toilets were apparently not handed over to the intended benficiaries because the council was waiting for ministerial approval to install them. Windhoek mayor Job Amupanda at a council meeting on Thursday last week said he learnt that more than 116 toilets were being kept at the municipality’s stores when they could have been handed over to intended communities. β€œWhy do we have to wait for ministerial approval in cases like this?”
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News Burst 16 February 2021 - Hanako Koi

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Hanako was a scarlet koi fish that lived from c. 1751 to 7 July 1977. In that remarkable span, Hanakoβ€”which means β€œflower girl/maid” in Japaneseβ€”was owned by several individuals, the last of which being Dr. Komei Koshihara.

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Pleiadian Fleet, Laguna Niguel CA – 7th February 2021

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News Burst 16 February 2021 – Earthquakes

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News Burst 28 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 28 February 2021 – Live Feed

A group of nearly 70 β€˜believers’ gathered in Dublin in December to carry out an β€˜Exorcism of the Dail’ ritual while the country was under COVID lockdown.

News Burst 27 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 27 February 2021 – Live Feed

Cybersecurity researchers today unwrapped a new campaign aimed at spying on vulnerable Tibetan communities globally by deploying a malicious Firefox extension on target systems. Threat actors aligned with the Chinese Communist Party’s state interests delivered a customized malicious Mozilla Firefox browser extension that facilitated access and control of users’ Gmail accounts.

News Burst 26 February 2021 – Live Feed

News Burst 26 February 2021 – Live Feed

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