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News Burst 18 October 2021

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  • Japan’s new prime minister on Sunday said the planned mass disposal of wastewater stored at the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant cannot be delayed, despite concerns from local residents. Speaking at his first visit to the facility since taking office, Fumio Kishida said his government would work to reassure residents nearby the plant about the technical safety of the wastewater disposal project. The government and TEPCO announced plans in April to start releasing the water into the Pacific Ocean in the spring of 2023 over the span of decades. The plan has been fiercely opposed by fishermen, residents and Japan’s neighbors, including including China and South Korea.


  • Sri Lanka’s fishermen launched a flotilla of boats on Sunday demanding that the government block Indian trawlers from poaching in the island’s prawn-rich northern waters. Boats flying black flags and carrying opposition legislators travelled 100km from the north-eastern fishing town of Mullaittivu to the island’s northernmost tip, Point Pedro. Bottom trawling – which was banned in Sri Lankan waters in 2017 – involves dragging heavy nets across the sea floor to catch a large volume of fish. It causes severe damage to the marine ecosystem.


  • The Soyuz MS-18 spacecraft brought back actress Yulia Peresild, movie director Klim Shipenko, and cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy on 17 October at 7:35 a.m. Moscow time (4:35 a.m. GMT). Speaking to reporters after the landing, Peresild noted that she felt sad her space adventure had ended so soon. “We landed great today. Oleg is great. It’s not scary to fly with him … I am actually a little bit sad today because it seemed to us that 12 days was a lot, but when everything was ending, it was hard to say goodbye. After all, it is clear that it was a once in a lifetime opportunity”, she told Channel One Russia. The film crew arrived at the International Space Station on 5 October to shoot the first professional feature film in space, titled “The Challenge”. Peresild was chosen among more than 3,000 applicants to be the actress to fly into outer space.


  • [Madness From Singapore] After chickening out from a dare by my father to try a fried cockroach during a family trip in Cambodia, I finally mustered up the courage to sample brownies made with cricket flour during a corporate event in London. It was also the first time I heard insect farming can be more sustainable than traditional animal agriculture in terms of land, water and energy use. Since then, I’ve committed to minimising my meat and seafood consumption, mainly to reduce my carbon footprint. But I’ve felt conflicted about eating plant-based foods that are equally resource-intensive to produce such as avocado, almond or cashew. As a regular runner, I have also struggled with getting sufficient protein intake from soy-based meat substitutes such as tempeh or tofu.


  • Ghislaine Maxwell has again appealed to be let out of prison. The 59-year-old British socialite’s lawyers have called her imprisonment before her trial on sex trafficking charges “untenable and unreasonable”. Her brother Ian, 65, believes she is being denied bail and convicted by the court of public opinion even before her trial in New York next month. He calls her detention an “abuse of human rights”.


  • Video footage of Melbourne police checking whether a man’s coffee cup was empty to verify his excuse for not wearing a mask is stirring the latest round of online outrage over Australia’s dystopian Covid-19 policies. While it is unclear when exactly the video was recorded, the clip went viral on social media on Friday and Saturday, showing several police officers confronting a man on what appears to be a park trail. One of the officers grabs the man’s coffee cup while asking, “Do you mind if I check if there’s actually anything in that?” He shakes the cup, and after apparently establishing that there was liquid inside, he backs away and tells the man, “Enjoy your coffee.”


  • The world is reportedly facing an “everything shortage” where essential goods are getting harder, farther, and more time-consuming to find. These shortages affect the entire gamut of the social pyramid structure. The typical production to delivery cycle is repeatedly hammered by a macabre musical chair of woes in tune with Murphy’s Law: “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” Under the pyramidical hierarchy of the New Normal, only the capstone representing the top 0.1% is truly detached and thriving. A mass of freight ships bobbing aimlessly off the coast of China is now joined by a similar armada along US coasts. A container that cost $2,500 before the pandemic now commands a hefty $25,000 for the same load. Australia locked down the entire city of Perth (population 2 million plus) after discovering a single new coronavirus case in late January. Nearly eight months later, another single case resulted in the lockdown of the capital city of Canberra (population over 400,000). This insanity is just the tip of the Covid-19 iceberg. ~ Dr. Mathew Maavak


  • China’s second manned mission reached the Tiangong space station, which is still under construction, on Saturday. The three astronauts left the Shenzhou-13 spacecraft and entered the station’s core module. The Shenzhou-13 (Divine Vessel) successfully docked to the port of the space station at 6:56am (21:56 GMT). The three astronauts, or ‘taikonauts’ as the Chinese call them, made it from the vessel to the space station’s Tianhe core module at 10:03am, the China Manned Space Agency announced. Footage from inside Tiangong shows them greeting mission control back on Earth, becoming acquainted with the station’s equipment, and having some fun in zero-gravity.


  • Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US have uncovered the ‘Achilles’ heel’ of most viruses which plague mankind, and could soon develop a universal vaccine.The so-called ‘Achilles heel’ (or vulnerable point) of most viruses is actually just a simple protein named AGO4, which has been shown to have unique antiviral effects in mammalian cells. Researchers found that only cells deficient in AGO4 were hypersensitive to infections like the influenza virus. So once they can figure out how to reinforce our bodies’ natural defences with AGO4, viruses will no longer stand a chance of infecting us, theoretically at least.


  • A volcanic islet that suddenly emerged in the Pacific Ocean in August about 1,300 km south of Tokyo has shrunk to one-third over the past month, prompting experts to conclude it will vanish below the waves before long. The submarine volcano erupted on Aug. 13 and a horse hoof-shaped islet was the result, according to the Japan Coast Guard. It was the first time in 35 years for a new islet to be formed in Fukutoku-Okanoba. By mid-September, the eastern side of the volcano was submerged while the western area was down to one-third of its original size by mid-October, the coast guard said. The island is comprised of pumice and volcanic ash, which erodes easily when exposed to the elements.


  • Police are investigating an incident in which they say passengers on a crowded Philadelphia commuter train stood by and did not even call 911 while a woman was assaulted and raped by a 35-year-old man in plain view. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) said one of its employees eventually saw the rape in progress and called police. “It’s disturbing,” Upper Darby Police Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt told local NBC News affiliate WCAU-TV on Friday. “I’m shocked. I have no words for it. I just can’t imagine seeing what you were seeing through your own eyes, and seeing what this woman was going through, that no one would step in and help her. Somebody should have done something. Who would allow something like that to take place?” A Fox News report suggested that some passengers not only did nothing to help the woman who was being raped, but also recorded the incident on their phones.


  • The area affected by the lava emitted by the Cumbre Vieja volcano in La Palma, Canary Islands, reached 753.8 hectares last Friday. This is 4.4 more than the previous measurement, just two days away from completing a month since it erupted. According to the latest data issued by the European Union’s Copernicus satellite program, 1,835 buildings have been destroyed, nine more than in the last measurement done on the same day.


  • The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) told members in a memo sent earlier this week that its directors had voted unanimously to withdraw from the National School Boards Association (NSBA). The state group has had a number of concerns about the NSBA’s direction in recent years, and the letter to Biden cemented the decision to quit the federation. “This misguided approach has made our work and that of many school boards more difficult,” the PSBA said. The most recent national controversy surrounding a letter to President Biden suggesting that some parents should be considered domestic terrorists was the final straw.


  • Was Facebook sabotaged from the inside? The global Facebook blackout that affects billions of users around the world and is undermining the company’s stock market title may have been caused internally. “There was at Facebook either an error, or maybe even, I anticipate a sabotage which would have removed any identifier from Facebook to the rest of the internet. Everyone tries to connect, but no one is able, ”notes Steve Waterhouse, specialist in cybersecurity. “There must have been an operator who either made a mistake or who maliciously created this situation. It is not impossible that it was an update that went badly, but normally this kind of situation is not caused by an automatism, but a human intervention ”, he specifies.


  • A judge temporarily blocked an order on Wednesday that required California prison workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA) has opposed vaccine mandates across the state. The union represents about 28,000 officers statewide. “Mandating universal vaccination of staff, on the other hand, at this point in time, seems at odds with the dramatic reduction in COVID-19 infection rates within the prisons, and throughout the State generally, in recent months,” the CCPOA said.


  • After Dalian Wanda’s takeover of the American production company Legendary Entertainment, some warned that Beijing was trying to subvert American audiences’ opinion of China by injecting subtle Chinese propaganda into American films. But it turns out, Beijing and President Xi had no intentions of embracing Hollywood: instead, it appears they’re trying to keep Chinese consumers from absorbing Hollywood’s decadent cultural values. Which is why American films have been increasingly blocked from being shown in the Chinese entertainment market in recent years.


  • Speaking at a wind industry conference held by the American Clean Power Association, Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced plans by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to arrange seven offshore lease sales along the U.S.’ coastlines by 2025, in line with the Biden administration’s executive order, “Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad,” which directed the Secretary of the Interior to “[double] offshore wind by 2030.” The proposed sites would include the coast of northern and central California, the coast of Oregon, the Gulf of Mexico, the Carolina Long Bay, the Central Atlantic, the New York Bight, and the Gulf of Maine. WindAction Group director Lisa Linowes, argue that BOEM and other government agencies have not done enough to address the potential environmental impacts of wind energy projects along the country’s coasts. Linowes highlighted a lawsuit against Vineyard Wind’s 800-megawatt wind energy project along Martha’s Vineyard. The lawsuit alleges that BOEM and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Marine Fisheries (NOAA/Fisheries) have not done enough to protect the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale from being harmed by the project. Offshore wind projects can also hinder commercial fishing, potentially violating the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act of 1953.
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News Burst 18 October 2021 - Censored Island

Hollow Island

Mysterious ‘hollow island’ spotted by Google Maps. One Reddit user posted a picture of the island on a popular Google Maps thread and exclaimed: “this looks nothing like an island”. Exact co-ordinates have not been given for the small almost triangular shaped land mass. However, the Google Maps image provided by the concerned user is clear and shows water crashing onto the shoreline of the small location.
It’s quite dark and some users suspect it may have been censored as it doesn’t look like an ordinary Google Maps island.

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News Burst 18 October 2021 - China Space Station

China Space Station

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News Burst 18 October 2021 - Arcturian Craft

Arcturian Craft – NASA Photo 1986

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News Burst 18 October 2021 - Valiant Thor

Valiant Thor

There is a civilization on Venus which is in a non-physical frequency to us. They are advanced enough to travel to our dimension but not as advanced as Pleiadians. Pleiadian Souls have actually incarnated on Venus, as we incarnate on Earth.

Valiant Thor met with president Eisenhower and remained as an unofficial Pentagon advisor for 3 years. Eisenhower met several ET groups including Pleiadians and Zetas.

JFK would soon meet and become close with Pleiadians, while black hats were aligned with Zetas (backed by Reptilians).

Neioh says Valiant Thor still comes and goes but doesn’t have a major role. He was like the original Q (Oritq), who meets with NSA white hats, or like other Galactics in history like Elijah, who advised humans, but was known to be an extraterrestrial ‘sky god’.

Frank Stranges, author of Stranger at the Pentagon, provided accurate information about him.

For the record, neither “Val” nor “Thor” are Pleiadian names. ~ Kabamur

News Burst 18 October 2021 – Bonus Video

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