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  • The molten lava surged towards the town of Grindavik and engulfed several homes on Sunday after the volcano on the Rekyjanes peninsula erupted for the second time in less than a month.

 

  • As Steve Watson reports at Modernity.news, Trump scored a record breaking win, with over 56,000 votes, more than double that of his nearest rival Ron DeSantis, clearly outlining that he will be the GOP nominee. It represents the biggest victory for an Iowa challenger in modern history. Leftist hack Rachel Maddow complained about a “rise of fascism” after Donald Trump easily won the Iowa Caucus in a landslide over his Republican opponents. Naturally, leftists had an absolute meltdown, with Rachel Maddow heading up the line, declaring she is “worried about potential rise of fascism in this country.” “If we’re worried about our democracy falling to an authoritarian and potentially fascist form of government. The leader who is trying to do that is part of that equation… Is a much bigger part of that equation,” she added.

 

  • The Israeli government’s goal is to eliminate the Palestinians, the first deputy secretary-general of the ruling African National Congress (ANC), Nomvula Paula Mokonyane, has told RT in an exclusive interview. Pretoria filed a genocide case against Israel with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in late December 2023. Mokonyane said the situation in Gaza, in which children are killed in a hospital, is “an act against humanity,” adding that South Africa took the case to The Hague to “stop [Israel’s] intention of eliminating the Palestinians.” The ANC’s goal “is not about being against the people of Israel. We’re against the system, Zionism, the capture of sovereign states, and against genocide,” she stated.

 

  • People all over the world never want to hear the word “vaccine” again after the pandemic debacle. Yet, with new mRNA biotechnology ready on the computer screen for the next genetic code to come in, you can see how vaccine ideologists cannot wait for another pandemic to test out the rapid release and enjoy booming sales of vaccine lots to governments. It’s no surprise that the WHO and the WEF have formalized and endorsed this planning process for future Big Pharma profits, with the catchy name “Disease X.” According to the WHO: With fresh warnings from the World Health Organization that an unknown “Disease X” could result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic…” WEF Plans are Underway. ~ The Wellness Company

 

  • ChatGPT maker OpenAI this week quietly removed language from its usage policy that prohibited military use of its technology, a move with serious implications given the increase use of artificial intelligence on battlefields including Gaza. ChatGPT is a free tool that lets users enter prompts to receive text or images generated by AI.The Intercept’s Sam Biddle reported Friday that prior to Wednesday, OpenAI’s permissible uses page banned “activity that has high risk of physical harm, including,” specifically, “weapons development” and “military and warfare.” Although the company’s new policy stipulates that users should not harm human beings or “develop or use weapons,” experts said the removal of the “military and warfare” language leaves open the door for lucrative contracts with U.S. and other militaries.

 

  • Leading economists surveyed by the World Economic Forum are notably more optimistic about the benefits of AI in high-income countries than in developing economies and see the technology boosting inequality, according to the latest Chief Economists Outlook, released on Monday. The views are somewhat more divided on the likelihood of generative AI resulting in a decline in trust across both high-income and low-income economies this year. These benefits of AI expected by the economists include improvements in the efficiency of production and innovation. However, the picture is more mixed when it comes to the effect on standards of living. The survey revealed a divergence in likely outcomes among different income groups regarding the impact of generative AI on productivity over the next year: 79% expect an increase in the efficiency of output in high-income economies, compared to only 38% for low-income economies.

 

  • North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said that South Korea should be designated in the constitution as the number one hostile country, South Korean news agency Yonhap reported, citing North Korean state-run news agency KCNA. At the same time, Kim Jong Un noted that his country does not want war, but does not intend to avoid it, and if South Korea crosses the border with Pyongyang by at least 0.001 millimeters, such an action will be regarded as a provocation of war, Reuters reported, citing KCNA. The North Korean leader added that the war would destroy South Korea and deal a major defeat to the United States, the report added.

 

  • Rental prices in Davos, Switzerland during the World Economic Forum (WEF) have become a spectacle of the absurd. However, for local landlords this is not something outrageous but merely business as usual — a prime opportunity to capitalize on the presence of the global elite to generate substantial income. With only around 50 fully booked hotels and a limited number of vacation homes providing about 25,000 beds for visitors, Davos is pushing its capacity limits. This falls far short of what’s needed for a globally significant event such as the WEF. Even participants staying in nearby Klosters, Bad Ragaz, or even Zurich contribute to a veritable revenue boom typically only seen in the summer. Accommodations are typically fully booked months in advance, with even the most affordable available room on Airbnb coming at a hefty price of $1,614 per night – and this is for a shared bathroom in a residential apartment.

 

  • Estonia believes that NATO has three to five years to prepare for a possible direct confrontation with Russia, Prime Minister Kaja Kallas told The Times on Monday. Last week German media claimed that Berlin was bracing for hostilities with Russia, which it projected could arise as early as summer 2025. Moscow brushed aside the speculation. Prime Minister Kallas said the Estonian intelligence service VLA had predicted a three to five-year timeframe, noting that it “very much depends on how we manage our unity and keep our posture regarding Ukraine.” This month the former Soviet state, which shares a border with Russia, pledged €1.2 billion ($1.3 billion) in aid to Ukraine through 2027. Last week, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelenksy toured Estonia as well as Latvia and Lithuania.

 

  • The US and Russia have vastly different ideas about who defeated Hitler’s Nazis, and here’s why it’s a problem. Several factors are contributing to the return of Russia and the West to the usual rut of systemic confrontation that has been going on for centuries: the inability of the Americans and their allies to recognize the decline of their power to influence the fate of the world, the general crisis of the global market economy, and the very independence of Russia, which has remained a challenge for the US and Western Europe. What form this confrontation will take remains to be seen. It will certainly not be like the Cold War, when East and West were separated by the so-called Iron Curtain. It’s also unlikely to be as elegant as it was in the 18th and 19th centuries: The current times are more prosaic. History is the interpretation of facts, the determination of the significance of each of them, and the placement of specific events in the general path taken by a state throughout its existence. Those who write textbooks and scientific monographs decide for themselves which facts deserve to become historical events. And they do so on the basis of their own considerations, which may be patriotic or subordinated to the current political situation. But in all cases, when history is written independently, it is inevitably state history. ~ Timofey Bordachev, Programme Director of the Valdai Club

 

  • The Maldives is an archipelago nation just south of India. With a population of just half a million people, the islands may seem inconsequential, and the small republic is mostly known as a paradise getaway for tourists. Despite this, the nation is, in fact, a stage for a political flashpoint between China, India and the West, having recently elected a new president, Mohamed Muizzu, who is actively pro-Beijing and openly antagonistic to New Delhi, so much that Indians are now threatening a tourism boycott of the country. Muizzu has just visited China, where he inked a series of agreements with Xi Jinping, particularly in the area of infrastructure.

 

  • Tanzania has revoked authorization for Kenya’s flagship airline to operate passenger flights between the two East African countries, starting next week. The move is in response to a similar action by Kenyan authorities, the Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) said in a statement on Monday. According to TCAA, the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority denied Air Tanzania the necessary approvals to operate cargo flights, in violation of a 2016 air services agreement signed by Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. “This is to reciprocate the decision by the aeronautical authorities of the Republic of Kenya to refuse the Tanzanian request for all-cargo flight operations by Air Tanzania Company Limited under Fifth Freedom Traffic Rights between Nairobi and Third countries,” TCAA stated. KQ, one of Africa’s largest airlines, reportedly makes three to four round trips per day to the Tanzanian port city of Dar es Salaam. Tanzania is home to the continent’s tallest mountain and other attractions, such as vast wildlife reserves. It attracts over a million tourists every year, making it one of the airline’s most important markets.

 

  • Will the ‘gates of hell’ open in the Middle East? The US-led attacks on Yemen’s Houthis are another step towards a full-blown regional war, which can only be prevented by resolving the Israel-Palestine crisis. One of the most important factors that led to the confrontation between the West and the Houthis is the escalation of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in Gaza. The Houthis declared their full support for the Palestinians back in the early days of the Israeli operation. The duration and intensity of the conflict with Hamas leads to the expansion of the geography of the conflict and the involvement of new participants – first proxy groups, and in the future possibly entire countries.

 

  • Germany is preparing for a scenario in which Russia launches an “open attack” on NATO in the summer of 2025 after scoring major victories against Ukraine, Bild reported on Sunday, citing classified documents. Moscow has repeatedly denied having any plans to attack the US-led military bloc. The secret German defense ministry paper reportedly seen by the outlet provides a month-by-month outline of a possible “path to the conflict” between the West and Russia. The scenario begins a new mobilization in February 2024 with Russia calling up an additional 200,000 troops. Moscow has insisted it does not need to pursue such a measure, citing an abundance of volunteers. According to the scenario outlined in the document, Moscow then launches a powerful spring offensive against Ukraine resulting in Kiev,suffering from inadequate Western support, yielding ground.
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To understand what Bigfoot is, we must first understand how our reality works. Every human thought is created on the astral plane before manifesting into physical reality. The more focus an idea is given, the more defined it becomes as a “thought-form” (tulpa) in astral. Over centuries, fearful human ideas about unknown creatures in the wilderness gained enough energy to attain a low level of self-awareness. Eventually these thought-forms were able to cross over. They are seen in remote areas and never caught because they phase in and out of physical reality. They aren’t a species with a culture or family. They’re mostly timid and lack intellect but have physically attacked people. There may exist legitimate photographic evidence, but I believe that people claiming to have befriended tribes of friendly Bigfoot are confused. ~ Kabamur Taygeta

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News Burst 15 June 2024 ​In the era of hybrid work, with employees splitting their time between two days in the office and three days working remotely, employers have ramped up using productivity monitoring software. However, employees have outsmarted some of these...

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News Burst 14 June 2024 Saudi Arabia will not renew its 50-year petrodollar agreement with the United States, which expired on Sunday, June 9, 2024. This will allow the Saudis to sell oil in any currency, and not just in US dollars, as was previously the case.  ...

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News Burst 13 June 2024 Johnson & Johnson opens new tab has agreed to pay $700 million to settle an investigation by 42 U.S. states and Washington, D.C. into its marketing of baby powder and other talc-based products blamed for allegedly causing cancer. The...

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News Burst 12 June 2024 Tesla and SpaceX tycoon Elon Musk lashed out Monday at a partnership between OpenAI and Apple, saying the threat to data security will make him ban iPhones at his companies. "Apple has no clue what's actually going on once they hand your data...

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News Burst 11 June 2024 A military plane carrying Malawi's vice president and nine others has gone missing, sparking a massive search operation. Vice President Saulos Chilima's plane left the capital, Lilongwe, and failed to land at Mzuzu International Airport - about...

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News Burst 9 June 2024 ​"It's cruel to state this, but the right to have a different opinion has ceased to exist in the European Union." Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico in his first public remarks since May 15, when he was shot multiple times.   Police in Spain...

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