News Burst 17 January 2021
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- Testifying to a Spanish court by videolink, Corinna Larsen, the ex-mistress of the former Spanish king Juan Carlos, claimed that after she and Juan Carlos broke up in 2012, the intel boss Felix Sanz Roldan directly threatened her. “He said unless I followed them, he could not guarantee my physical safety or the physical safety of my children,” the Danish businesswoman told the court. Larsen went on to say that she discovered a book about Princess Diana’s death at her Swiss home and later received anonymous phone calls about “tunnels between Monaco and Nice” – an apparent allusion to the Princess of Wales’ death in a car crash in 1997.
- Finland reported 32 cases of side effects, including anaphylactic reactions, in people who received a COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer/BioNTech, the Finnish medicines agency Fimea said on Friday. “There have been 32 reports of adverse reactions to the first Comirnaty vaccine (the vaccine from Pfizer/BioNTech). The reports mentioned, for example, allergic reactions (including anaphylactic reactions), limb pain, muscle pain, swollen lymph nodes, nausea, malaise, urticaria, fatigue, headache and chills”.
- Norwegian MP and liberal-conservative Progress Party Christian Tybring-Gjedde has condemned the recent purge of the social media, during which thousands of accounts were deleted, including that of US President Donald Trump, and the closure of alternative social media network Parler, marketed as a “free speech” alternative to Twitter. In a lengthy Facebook post, Tybring-Gjedde called the decision “unwise” and warned of “selective freedom of speech”. “More serious is that we allow a few people to act as opinion police and define which utterances can be accepted and which must be censored,” Tybring-Gjedde, who outside of Norway is most known for nominating Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize, said.
- Inger Støjberg, former Danish immigration minister and deputy leader of the liberal-conservative Venstre party, is facing impeachment from the legislature after a cross-party majority (including her fellow Venstre members) backed the move, Danish Radio reported. The reason for the impeachment is her 2016 decision to forcibly separate all married asylum seekers, without individual case assessment, if one of spouses was under the age of 18. In her defence, Støjberg said that she wanted to step up the protection of underage girls, so-called child brides at Danish refugee accommodation.
- Banker and chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild Holding S.A. company, Benjamin de Rothschild, has passed away at the age of 57, his family revealed to French media.
- AstraZeneca vaccine was trialled in 3 countries: UK, Brazil and South Africa. 3 new covid ‘variants’ have now been found in UK, Brazil and South Africa. Coincidence?
- A troop of 25k to protect inauguration of a guy who won the popular vote, 80+ million apparently voted for him… weird, if so many voted for the guy why the need to protect him, from who?
- [Suicide Weekend] A wealthy, 89-year-old artificial sweetener magnate who made Sweet’N Low a household name has committed suicide by jumping from his Park Avenue apartment building. He was struggling with Parkinson’s disease, the sources said.
- [You won’t do shite -> buy more iphone] Apple CEO Tim Cook defended his company’s decision to remove the social media app Parler from its store, claiming that there were concerns over potential threats of violence by its users.
- The Capitol Police have over 2,000 sworn officers. A police force dedicated to protecting Capitol Hill has more personnel in its service than the police forces of most of the country. Congress’ private cops are the 19th largest police force in the country. It’s a larger force than the police forces of Atlanta, Baltimore, Denver, or Milwaukee with a massive $460 million budget. It’s the only legislative federal force in the country that is answerable exclusively to Congress. While Democrats advocated defunding the police, their private police force budget shot up from $375 million in 2016 to $460 million in 2020. After the Capitol Hill riot, expect it to go higher. Much higher.
- [Clowns over clowns over clowns] Ever since election night in 2020, the ratings at FOX News have been in free-fall. Millions of loyal fans felt betrayed when the network called Arizona early for Biden while holding off calling other obvious wins for Trump. Now they are considering firing their current CEO and they are reportedly considering hiring David Rhodes, the brother of former Obama adviser Ben Rhodes, as their new chief.
- Long-range missiles from Iran splashed down close to a commercial ship in the Indian Ocean Saturday and 100 miles from the Nimitz aircraft carrier strike group. U.S. officials say at least one of the missiles landed 20 miles from the commercial vessel but refused to offer more specifics about the ship, citing privacy concerns. The officials requested anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence. Iran tests missiles frequently. Senior U.S. military officials say 100 miles was a long way from the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz. Another source says these missiles did not cause alarm, and this was a fairly standard routine exercise.
- A stream of solar wind is approaching Earth. Estimated time of arrival: Jan. 18th. Its source is a southern hole in the sun’s atmosphere. NOAA forecasters expect the solar wind speed to top 500 km/s when the stream arrives, probably sparking Arctic auroras.
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News Burst 17 January 2021 – Bonus IMG
Mubarak Manzil Palace
Located in the heart of India’s Punjab state, Mubarak Manzil Palace is known for its magnificence and rich history. But today, it’s in a state of disrepair – despite this, Begum Munawar Ul Nisa, a 100-year-old princess, continues to live amidst its crumbling grandeur, and she wants to restore the palace to its former glory. Begum Nisa, the princess, who was born into the royal Tonk family of Rajasthan state, said: “When I came to the palace, it was a palace beautifully maintained with manicured gardens, shining corridors, elephants, horses, and cannons for the royal salute in the compound.” “But bit by bit everything vanished,” she rues.
News Burst 17 January 2021 – Bonus IMG
Environmental conservation in Colombia has lost another frontline defender with the death of Gonzalo Cardona. Cardona was widely respected as the guardian of the endangered Yellow-eared Parrot (Ognorhynchus icterotis), an endemic species native to the cloud forests of the Central Andes. The biologist who worked for ProAves as coordinator of the Loros Andino Reserve went missing on January 8 near the village of La Unión, in the department of Valle del Cauca, and his death confirmed Tuesday, victim of a criminal armed group. A 2020 research study led by the University of Newcastle and BirdLife International highlighted how the Yellow-eared Parrot has recovered its population, in two decades, from less than 100 to more than 2,600, despite ongoing threats to its mountainous habitat, including deforestation of wax palms and animal trafficking.
News Burst 17 January 2021 – Bonus Video
Hollywood, FL 1/12/21
WITNESS: I saw a rectangular ufo with three rows of lights underneath (yellow, red, white). The ufo was stationary and silent. At 11:45pm the ufo faded and appeared over the right side side of the building.
Arcturian Craft. There are multiple Crafts underwater around Florida and Hawaii that people are mistaking for earthquakes. Many do not understand there are huge Crystals beneath the seas and mountains acting as Transmitters to guide Crafts in.
The Crystals turn side to side and Communicate continually. When Crafts submerge there is a huge amount of Energy dispersed into the water. This is normal and harmless but necessary to check proper placement. Neioh
News Burst 17 January 2021 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
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NFL quarterback Baker Mayfield of Cleveland Browns took to Twitter late night on Wednesday to say he and his wife Emily spotted a UFO.
[De-Goog Is Working…] Alphabet subsidiary Google has pledged it will ditch the third-party cookie-based model of online advertising – and promised not to invent something similar that would allow it to keep slurping up the same kind of data.
Google has fired Margaret Mitchell, the founder and co-head of its artificial intelligence ethics unit, for violating the company’s code of conduct. The firing came less than three months after the controversial exit of another senior figure in the company’s AI ethics unit, Timnit Gebru.
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