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  • Ukrainian astronomers say the skies over their country are crowded not only with Russian missiles, but a large number of UFOs. The surprising claims were outlined in a new research paper published by the Main Astronomical Observatory of Ukraine’s National Academy of Science. The paper, titled “Unidentified area phenomena I. Observations of events,” claims that researchers have detected numerous UFOs from two meteor observation stations in Kyiv and the village of Vinarivka, about 75 miles outside the capital. “We see them everywhere. We observe a significant number of objects whose nature is not clear,” the authors of the paper write. “Flights of single, group and squadrons of the ships were detected, moving at speeds from 3 to 15 degrees per second.” Ukrainian scientists involved in the study described two different types of UFOs, which they call “cosmics” and “phantoms.”

 

  • Ukraine’s Western partners including Germany cannot simply hand over their main battle tanks to Kiev because of bureaucratic red tape, Lars Klingbeil, cochairman of Chancellor Scholz’s ruling German Social Democratic Party (SPD), has explained. “There is a decision with allies that no country is supplying Western-style battle tanks right now,” Klingbeil said, speaking at a party event in Oldenburg, northwestern Germany, his remarks cited by ARD. The lawmaker called for continued “daily monitoring” of the situation in Ukraine by the government to determine to “what is the next step we can take.”

 

  • A British Royal Guard on duty for a 24-hour vigil following the death of Queen Elizabeth collapsed in front of the monarch’s coffin, with officials rushing to his aid as mourners gathered to mark the queen’s 70-year reign. Standing just meters from the Queen’s coffin as she lay in repose at Westminster Hall early on Thursday, the guard was seen swaying uneasily before falling to the ground, prompting gasps from shocked onlookers. Officials have so far offered no details on what caused the apparent fainting or the guard’s status, but local media outlets noted that paramedics attended to the man and brought him in for treatment.

 

  • US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin met with his Japanese counterpart, Yasukazu Hamada, at the Pentagon headquarters on Wednesday, where they discussed future military coordination between the two nations and focused on China’s “coercive actions” toward Taiwan in recent weeks. “The ministers concurred that Japan and the United States would further accelerate cooperation in the area of equipment and technology to ensure technological edge of the alliance,” including “joint analysis on counter-hypersonic technology,” the Japanese Defense Ministry said in a statement.

 

  • President Vladimir Zelensky’s motorcade was involved in a crash in Kiev on Wednesday evening, but he was not seriously injured, Ukrainian media reported, citing press secretary Sergey Nikiforov. The driver of the other vehicle was reportedly hospitalized. Zelensky was examined by a doctor but not taken to the hospital, according to Nikiforov. Zelensky was apparently on his way back from a day trip to Izyum, a city in Kharkov Region that was until recently held by Russian troops. Ukrainian forces claimed it over the weekend, after Moscow announced a “redeployment” of forces into the Lugansk People’s Republic. The Ukrainian president was accompanied by French celebrity Bernard Henri-Levy. Photos from the visit shared by Zelensky on social media showed one of his bodyguards sporting a patch used by the SS-Totenkopfverbande units in Nazi Germany.

 

  • The Spanish government has had to contend with a number of critical situations over the past few years, such as the worst pandemic in the last century, and everything but a zombie invasion, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said during an interview with TVE on Tuesday. Sanchez explained that since he took office in 2018, his government has had to deal with an onslaught of issues such as the Covid-19 pandemic, the La Palma volcano eruption, Storm Filomena, monkeypox, as well as the conflict in Ukraine and the subsequent economic consequences.

 

  • The head of Russia’s Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) Sergey Naryshkin has said he won’t send any greetings to the US Central Intelligence Agency on its upcoming 75th anniversary. He cited the organization’s controversial activities and “provocations against sovereign states” as his reasons. On Wednesday, Naryshkin published an article dedicated to the birthday of the CIA, which is marked on September 18. On this day in 1947, then-US President Harry Truman signed the National Security Act, which became one of the most instrumental pieces of legislation of the Cold War period. “The history of this agency is made up of numerous provocations, surrounded by a halo of myths, secrets and scandals,” the SVR chief wrote in his piece, entitled ‘75 candles on CIA’s birthday cake’. Hardly any conflict that occurred around the globe over that past seven-and-a-half decades went on without the mentioning of the CIA, he added.

 

  • Former President Donald Trump maintains that the August 8 FBI raid on his Mar-a-Lago home in Florida was politically motivated – despite claims by the administration of his 2020 election rival Joe Biden that it knew nothing of the search ordered by the Justice Department. The judge selected to review documents seized in the FBI raid on Donald Trump’s Florida home was one of two suggested by the former president’s lawyers. Veteran New York Judge, the Honorable Raymond Dearie was named as special master in the case by US District Judge Aileen Cannon on Thursday in a decision that may be seen as a victory for Trump.

 

  • The number of people aged 100 and over in Japan exceeded 90,000, which is the highest figure in the last 52 years, the Japanese Health Ministry said on Friday. As of Thursday, the total number of Japanese citizens who turned 100 years old was 90,526, an increase of over 4,000 from last year, the ministry said ahead of the Japanese national holiday Respect for the Aged Day. Japan has been updating records for this indicator for 52 years, starting from 310 people in 1970. It surpassed the mark of 90,000 for the first time, the ministry said, adding that over 80,000 of the centenarians are women, which is more than 88% of the total. The number of men is slightly over 10,000, according to the ministry.

 

  • The recent substantial turmoil in the cryptocurrency markets shows that digital assets risk harming the United States’ financial stability and national security, White House National Economic Council Director Brian Deese said.
    “We’ve seen in recent months substantial turmoil in cryptocurrency markets and these events really highlight how without proper oversight cryptocurrencies risk harming everyday Americans’ financial stability and our national security,” Deese told reporters. The Biden administration is recommending that US regulators and law enforcement agencies redouble efforts to crack down on illicit cryptocurrency activity in the United States, a senior official told reporters.

 

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Russia is doing everything to end the Ukraine crisis as soon as possible, as the Russian and Indian leaders met on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Uzbekistan’s city of Samarkand. “I know your position on the conflict in Ukraine…the concerns that you have repeatedly expressed… We will do everything to ensure that this all stops as quickly as possible… However, Kiev refuses negotiations,” Putin told Modi, adding that the Ukrainian government is intent on reaching its goals by means of war.
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News Burst 16 September 2022 - Secret Crafts

Secret Crafts

There aren’t humans in secret crafts trying to be seen. If human forces in Ukraine had access to d.e.w.s and “beyond-military”technology there wouldn’t be an endless war. Not knowing about benevolent ET assistance isn’t your fault but you must recognize cognitive dissonance. ~ Kabamur

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News Burst 16 September 2022 - Ukraine UFOs

UFOs Are “Everywhere”

Researchers with the Main Astronomical Observatory of Ukraine’s National Academy of Science say the UFOs are “everywhere.”

News Burst 17 September 2022 – Bonus Video

About UFOs

“I’ve talked to Navy pilots, they all tell me the same thing. There’s something we do not control in our own airspace.”

Rep Tim Burchett continues to be the only politician in Washington speaking the truth about UFOs. He explains logically why it doesn’t make sense that they are human crafts, and he’s intuitive enough to keep referencing Ezekiel’s Wheel in scripture (a reference to a Pleiadian Craft). Yes, humans have back-engineered spacecraft from crashes, and Pleiadians have given white hats technology directly, but none of that explains centuries of craft sightings or what’s happening lately with brightly-lit crafts trying to be seen. ~ Kabamur

News Burst 17 September 2022 – Bonus Video

Large Meteor Spotted Burning Up Over Scotland And Northern Ireland

News Burst 17 September 2022 – Bonus Video

Italy

Veneto entrepreneurs tear up their energy bills: “We don’t pay!” Veneto is the beating heart of Italian industry. Mario Draghi, Ursula von der Leyen and EU are responsible for this huge economic disaster. It will be a very hot autumn in Europe and beyond.

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