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- The commanders of the Rapid Support Force, the Sudanese paramilitary group made up largely of former janjaweeds, the infamous Arab terrorists nicknamed “mounted devils” famous for attacking African villages in Darfur received a delegation of Italian 007s who arrived in secret in Khartoum few days ago. Italian instructors are engaged in training the paramilitaries responsible for massacres and mass rape. Sudan has pledged to block migratory flows to Europe. ~ Africa Express
- Kenya braced for a protracted legal battle after William Ruto was declared the victor in a closely fought presidential race over the objections of more than half the electoral commission, stoking fears of political violence.
- Taiwan accused China of exaggeration after the Chinese military published footage of the strategically located Penghu islands, where there is a major Taiwanese air base, saying it was not true Chinese forces had come near the islands. China’s military said it carried out more exercises near Taiwan as a group of U.S. lawmakers visited the Chinese-claimed island and met President Tsai Ing-wen, in what Beijing said was an infringement of its sovereignty.
- Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said his predecessor Scott Morrison had “undermined our democracy” by secretly appointing himself minister for home affairs and treasury during the COVID pandemic, in addition to the health, finance and resources portfolios previously revealed.
- The U.S. Justice Department said it opposes unsealing the affidavit that prosecutors used to obtain a federal judge’s approval to search former President Donald Trump’s Florida home, where they seized classified documents. “If disclosed, the affidavit would serve as a roadmap to the government’s ongoing investigation, providing specific details about its direction and likely course, in a manner that is highly likely to compromise future investigative steps,” prosecutors wrote in their filing.
- Rudy Giuliani, former US president Donald Trump’s personal lawyer who helped lead challenges to the 2020 election results, said on Monday that he is a target in a criminal probe in Georgia examining attempts by Trump and his allies to overturn the election. Giuliani is expected to testify on Wednesday before a special grand jury in Fulton County, encompassing most of Atlanta, after a judge ordered him to comply with a subpoena. During a daily talk show he hosts on WABC radio in New York, Giuliani claimed the investigation is politically motivated and said Atlanta is “well known for corruption”, without elaborating. The New York Times had earlier reported the development, citing Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert Costello.
- It looks like ethereum’s mega-upgrade is happening. The ‘Merge’ seems all but certain to take place in September, with the cryptography underlying the blockchain undergoing a radical shift to a system where the creation of new ether tokens becomes far less energy-intensive.
- Republicans stepped up calls on Sunday for the release of an FBI affidavit showing the underlying justification for its seizure of documents at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home. A search warrant released last week after the unprecedented search showed that Trump had 11 sets of classified documents at his home, and that the Justice Department had probable cause to conduct the search based on possible Espionage Act violations. Republicans are calling for the disclosure of more detailed information that persuaded a federal judge to issue the search warrant, which may show sources of information and details about the nature of the documents and other classified information. The unsealing of such affidavits is highly unusual and would require approval from a federal judge.
- As the jury in the Alex Jones defamation trial gathered in a conference room in a Texas courthouse on Aug 5 to decide how much the US conspiracy theorist owed to two parents of a murdered Sandy Hook first-grader, sums at first ranged from $500,000 to $200 million, a juror said.
Contact information for two other members of the 12-person jury panel was obtained. One declined to comment and another did not respond to inquiries. Because the judge overseeing the case had in September already found Jones liable for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress for claiming the killing of 20 children and six staff members at the school in Newtown, Connecticut, was staged, the only question facing the jurors in the two-week trial was how much money he had to pay. The high-profile trial was prompted by Jones’ bogus claims that the shooting was part of a government plot to confiscate Americans’ firearms and that the victims’ families were complicit in the scheme. He repeatedly aired the claims on his media outlet Infowars, which is owned by Free Speech Systems LLC.
- Iran will respond to the European Union’s “final” text by midnight, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said, calling on the United States to show flexibility to resolve three remaining issues to save a 2015 nuclear pact.
- America’s tech giants are taking a modern-day crash course in India’s ancient caste system, with Apple emerging as an early leader in policies to rid Silicon Valley of a rigid hierarchy that’s segregated Indians for generations.
- Drugmakers are launching new medicines at record-high prices this year, a Reuters analysis has found, highlighting their pricing power even as Congress moves to cut the $500 billion-plus annual bill for prescription drugs in the United States. At the same time, some pharmaceutical manufacturers are disclosing less information about the pricing of those treatments, which have come under greater scrutiny in recent years, Reuters found. “In the US we allow drug manufacturers to freely set prices for all brand-name drugs,” Dr. Aaron Kesselheim, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, told Reuters. The median annual price of 13 novel drugs approved for chronic conditions by the US Food and Drug Administration so far this year is $257,000, Reuters found. Seven other newly-launched drugs were priced above $200,000. Three other drugs launched in 2022 are used only intermittently and were not included in the calculation. Last year, the median annual price rose to $180,000 for the 30 drugs first marketed through mid-July 2021, according to a study published recently in JAMA.
- Scandinavian airline SAS kept its bid for survival aloft by securing bridge financing through bankruptcy protection proceedings, sending its shares 9% higher. The airline, whose biggest owners are Sweden and Denmark, said it had signed a deal with U.S. private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $700 million in financing.
- Iraq authorities claim to have discovered a Picasso “worth millions of dollars” during a drug raid conducted Saturday in the Diyala, a central province east of Baghdad. The alleged Picasso was in the possession of three suspects who were arrested for their alleged involvement in the trade and transport of narcotics, authorities said. The Iraqi Ministry of Interior has also yet to share if any other notable artworks or cultural artifacts were discovered during the raids. The drug trade “is linked to many crimes, including murder, theft, kidnapping, rape, gang formation, corruption and family disintegration, until it reaches the antiquities trade,” Colonel Bilal Sobhi said.
- A political transformation is currently underway in the United States, one in which the Democratic establishment is on the verge of controlling all levers of power – from academia, to media and social media to, most ominously, the federal agencies tasked with investigating American citizens and carrying out arrests. The situation has deteriorated to the point where many Americans agreed with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who described his country as a “banana republic.” Ever since Trump shocked the establishment by becoming president in 2016, federal agencies have shown fawning fealty to the Democrats, mostly by conducting raids and interrogations against members of Trump’s inner circle, like Steve Bannon, Roger Stone, Michael Cohen, and Michael Flynn. Mostly despicable people, yes, but that is entirely beside the point. These types of late-night arrests never happen to the Democrats, and it’s not because the left has nothing but angels and saints in its ranks. Consider Hillary Clinton and her 33,000 missing emails. Depending on the contents of the documents in question, it could be an offense comparable to – or worse than – Trump failing to return the papers after leaving the White House. Clinton used her home computer to communicate ‘top secret’ emails with colleagues, a severe breach of protocol that carries a 15-year prison sentence. All she got was a kid-glove grilling in Congress, while Trump was forced to entertain a small army of federal agents at Mar-a-Lago. ~ Robert Bridge
- The passports of former US President Donald Trump, taken during the recent FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago home, have been returned to him, NBC reported, citing a Justice Department official. In a statement on the Truth Social social network on Monday, Trump claimed that FBI agents “stole my three passports, along with everything else.” “In executing search warrants, the FBI follows search and seizure procedures ordered by courts, then returns items that do not need to be retained for law enforcement purposes,” the FBI replied.
News Burst 11 June 2021 – Bonus IMG
“California on the Amur”
An entire year went by before the Chinese authorities realized that Russian gold miners had founded their own independent “republic” on Chinese territory. At the end of the 19th century a gold rush swept the Far East of the Russian Empire and neighboring northern areas of China. Tens of thousands of prospectors rushed to the many mines there to dig for gold, an activity that was not always legal. Sometimes de facto states with their own president, legislative and judicial bodies, as well as law-enforcement authorities and armed forces, sprang up around these goldmines. The most famous among them was the Zheltuga Republic – also known at the time as “California on the Amur”, or simply “Zheltuga”, which was founded by Russian prospectors of the precious metal. (Credits: The Earth Science Museum – Moscow State University)
News Burst 11 June 2021 – Bonus IMG
A statue of Yasuke, an African slave, who arrived in Japan in 1579 and may have been the first black Samurai.
News Burst 11 June 2021 – Bonus Video
This is a magnificent Mothership with a Fleet of 50 in the area. Motherships will lower in altitude to view an area before lifting up many miles to a stationary position. A signal is given for the Fleet to return and We leave the area at great speed. Neioh
News Burst 11 June 2021 – Bonus Video
What Kind Of Boat Is This?
News Burst 11 June 2021 – Bonus Video
Palmdale, CA – 8/13/22
At the end, the kid says,
“I know what they are!… don’t worry, it’s ANGELS!”
Pleiadian Fleet ~ Kabamur
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