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  • Facebook and Instagram on Thursday removed the accounts of Children’s Health Defense, an organization led by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. that is one of the largest U.S. anti-vaccine groups, for spreading medical misinformation. In an emailed newsletter, Children’s Health Defense said Facebook and Instagram had taken down its accounts after a 30-day ban by the social networks. The nonprofit, which Mr. Kennedy has run since 2018, accused the apps of censorship. “Removing CHD accounts is evidence of a clearly orchestrated attempt to stop the impact we have during a time of heightened criticism of our public health institutions,” the group said. In a statement, Mr. Kennedy said, “Facebook is acting here as a surrogate for the Federal government’s crusade to silence all criticism of draconian government policies.”

 

  • Nasa is going “full force” into examining unidentified flying objects, the space agency said during a town hall meeting. “This is really important to us, and we’re placing a high priority on it”, Daniel Evans, assistant deputy associate administrator for research at Nasa’s Science Mission Directorate said on Wednesday.
    Commented by Kabamur: It is difficult to move past years of NASA lies, but now we are in the apocalypse (unveiling) and no one can prevent the “Son of Man” from being seen. Most officials know little about the occupants. The elites are beginning to understand that their time is running out.

 

  • (IBA) is an association of lawyers who are united in the cause of bringing in transparency and accountability in Indian judiciary. The members of IBA share the common zeal of working towards maintaining the Rule of Law, in which the judiciary has a pivotal role to replay. IBA works relentlessly in its pursuit of preserving the sanctity of justice delivery system and to achieve this, IBA is actively involved in dissemination of legal knowledge and providing guidance and support to advocates and common men in their fight for justice.At the same time, IBA keeps a strict watch on various judgments in its realm, which are likely to have an impact on society by setting judicial precedents for future cases. In 2021, the IBA sued WHO Chief Scientist Dr. Soumya Swaminathan for the misinformation campaign against Ivermectin.

 

  • Israel’s top general has sparked speculation by revealing that Israel Defense Forces (IDF) attacked a “third country” during a military operation against Palestinian militants earlier this month.

 

  • An international conspiracy to smuggle 225 kilograms of gold worth an estimated 760 billion rubles (roughly $12.7 million) through Moscow was thwarted by sharp-eyed customs agents, the Federal Customs Service (FTS) of Russia announced on Thursday. The scheme involved two groups of three travelers who swapped suitcases inside Vnukovo Airport. The group, bound for the United Arab Emirates, was caught with a number of gold bars in their bags. According to the customs service, three Armenian nationals smuggled the gold into the airport in their carry-on luggage. Since Armenia is a member of the Eurasian Economic Union, they were not subject to customs controls. Once inside, however, they traded suitcases with a trio of Russian citizens, who had come in with empty baggage. The Russians were en route to Dubai in the UAE. Customs officers monitoring the airport’s security cameras, however, noticed something strange – three passengers dragging their wheeled suitcases with considerable effort. They began following the trio and saw them swapping bags with the other men, proceeding to the gate for their Yerevan flight with much more spring in their step.

 

  • Afghanistan wants to import Russian crude oil and goods in exchange for its minerals, as well as raisins and medicinal herbs, Minister of Industry and Trade Nuriddin Azizi told RIA Novosti on Friday.  “We can provide some of our minerals in exchange for imports from Russia, including for products and energy resources,” Nuriddin said, noting “In addition, we have, for example, dried fruits, raisins and medicinal herbs.” The minister pointed out that Afghanistan has historically supplied large volumes of raisins to Russia. “We can supply hundreds of tons of such products. For example, prices for medicinal herbs are now very high, and Russia needs such raw materials for medicine. And we can use them in barter trade. We can supply raw materials to Russian factories, as we are already doing with China,” the minister explained.

 

  • As visitor numbers return to pre-pandemic levels, Italian museums may not be able to handle the demand and be forced to shut down, Uffizi Gallery Director Eike Schmidt warned on Thursday in an interview with Italy’s ANSA news agency. Schmidt said staffing levels in Italian museums are in continual decline, and warned that “without a solution we’re all going to close, even the biggest ones.” He insisted that the next government, to be decided after the September 25 general election, will have to “address and immediately resolve the staffing problems of museums and other places of culture” in Italy. The Uffizi Gallery in Florence is under particular pressure, after drawing international attention last month, when Italian eco-activists managed to slip past security guards and glue themselves to Sandro Botticelli’s ‘Primavera’ painting to demand the country abandon fossil fuels.

 

  • The US Department of State has been quietly approaching congressional offices, warning that designating Russia a state sponsor of terrorism could thwart the Ukrainian grain deal and impact Washington’s remaining economic ties with Moscow, Politico reported on Thursday. The sources claim there are fears that such a move could derail the deal to export Ukrainian grain via the Black Sea, which had been agreed between Moscow and Kiev with Turkish and UN mediation in July. The State Department expressed belief that there were no guarantees that Russia would stick to its commitments if it was targeted so directly by the US, they pointed out. The label of state sponsor of terrorism would bar American citizens from doing any business with Russia. It could hit some key areas of cooperation between Washington and Moscow that hadn’t yet fallen under sanctions, like those in the sphere of nuclear materials, the sources added.

 

  • A Manchester United supporters group named ‘Boycott Movement Against the Glazers’ has threatened to harm the reputation of Apollo Global Management after the investment fund which was previously linked to the scandal surrounding disgraced sex offender Jeffrey Epstein reportedly registered an interest in purchasing a stake in the club. The United supporters group, which was formed in opposition to the deeply unpopular Glazer ownership of the Red Devils, wrote an open letter to Apollo amid reports that the US-based firm is in talks to purchase a minority interest in which they highlighted the group’s links to the scandal surrounding Epstein, who died in an American prison in 2019 while awaiting sex trafficking charges. In an open letter, the supporters asked fans to email Apollo to make them aware that they would not be welcome in Manchester.

 

  • Joe Biden has contracted a taxpayer-funded security fence worth nearly $500,000 around his $2.7 million summer home in the North Shores community of Rehoboth Beach, Fox News reported on Friday. The incumbent is expected to return to his luxurious summer home on August 20, the outlet alleged. In September 2021, as illegal border crossings at the US’ southern frontier reached their highest levels, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded a contract worth $456,548 to Turnstone Holdings LLC for the “Purchase and installation of security fencing at 32 Farview, Rehoboth Delaware,” the outlet explained, citing online database USAspending.gov which tracks federal spending.

 

  • [Winter is Coming] German producer prices – a key indicator of inflation – jumped 37.2% throughout the year, with energy prices as a whole surging 105% compared to July 2021, according to the German Destatis statistics office. What does the future hold in store for the German economy this winter? While Germany’s producer prices observe the biggest rise since records began in 1949, the index has also shown the biggest month-on-month increase, leaping 5.3% from June to July. “The outlook for the further development [of the economy] is currently noticeably gloomy,” and marked by “a high degree of uncertainty,” Germany’s Finance Ministry said in its August monthly report, quoted by Reuters. “We have something like a tsunami coming,” said Florian Josef Hoffmann, former president of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce East Thuringia and author of “Occupy Economics.”

 

  • On August 15, Ethiopian Airlines flight ET343 was en route from Sudan to Ethiopia when the aircraft’s two pilots fell asleep, according to the Daily Mail. The Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-800 aircraft was cruising at 37,000ft, when alerts were raised on the ground as the plane had approached the airport but did not start to descend. Air Traffic Control unsuccessfully tried to contact the plane’s crew. Sometime later, the alarm of the disconnected autopilot awoke the two pilots and they managed to land the plane safely. The data confirms the incident, which shows that the plane flew over the runway and managed to make another approach when the pilots woke up. “Deeply concerning incident at Africa’s largest airline — Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 #ET343 was still at cruising altitude of 37,000ft by the time it reached destination Addis Ababa. Why hadn’t it started to descend for landing? Both pilots were asleep,” Aviation analyst Alex Macheras commented the incident on Twitter. Two and a half hours later, the plane left the airport for its next flight. A similar incident occurred in April, when, according to reports, two pilots flying from New York to Rome with 250 passengers failed to get in touch with Air Traffic Control for ten minutes and had presumably fallen asleep.

 

  • A number of Finnish lawmakers have demanded that Sanna Marin undergo a drug test after several videos were leaked showing the 36-year-old Finnish prime minister partying like there’s no tomorrow. The Finnish prime minister has taken a drug test, with the result expected within a week. The announcement was made during a press conference she called on Friday to address a spate of leaked videos of her partying with friends. “I have never used drugs in my life, not even in my teenage years. Since there’s this kind of suspicion, I took a test […] I also enjoy the presumption of innocence, and I hope that such a claim would not be made,” Sanna Marin said. A “visibly drunk” Marin has been caught dancing intimately with a stranger at the Teatteri club in Helskinki, a leaked bombshell video shows. The clip shows the stranger apparently kissing the Finnish prime minister’s neck or whispering something in her ear, ironically as they danced to The Black Eyed Peas’ I Gotta Feeling (Tonight’s Gonna be a Good Night).

 

  • NASA announced in June that it will open a scientific study into UFOs (short for “unidentified flying objects”), or, as they’ve recently been rebranded, UAP (“unidentified aerial phenomena”). The study will be led by astrophysicist David Spergel, the president of the Simons Foundation in New York City. It’s expected to cost no more than $100,000, begin this fall and last about nine months. And NASA is working hard to keep to that schedule, officials said Wednesday (Aug. 17) during a “town hall meeting” that discussed various projects of the agency’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD). “We’re going full force” on preparations for the UAP study, Daniel Evans, assistant deputy associate administrator for research at SMD, said during Wednesday’s town hall. “This is really important to us, and we’re placing a high priority on it.” The study panel will consist of 15 to 17 people, Evans added. These folks will be “some of the world’s leading scientists, data practitioners, artificial intelligence practitioners, aerospace safety experts, all with a specific charge, which is to tell us how to apply the full focus of science and data to UAP,” he said.
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​Sovereign Antarctic State Of St. George

​An Italian criminal gang created their own state, allegedly based in the Antarctic, to evade Italian taxes and commit fraud on a massive scale, police said Thursday. The ‘Antarctic Theocratic State of St George’ constructed documents and got accreditation with banks in Italy, police said. The bogus sovereign state was used by the organization to defraud countless victims and launder money, they said. Members of the organization, which had created a head of state and government, ministers, court of justice, supreme court and territorial delegations, induced over 700 victims across Italy to pay sums ranging from 200 to 1,000 euros for various alleged benefits including getting financing and documents to travel freely around the world, as well as enabling foreigners to come to Italy. The gang has been charged with conspiracy to commit crimes, fraud, counterfeiting documents and money laundering.

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Florence

​On the outskirts of Florence, the Villa di Pratolino and its resplendent gardens and grottoes were built by the grand duke of Tuscany. Francesco de’ Medici constructed it for his mistress, Bianca Cappello, who later became his second wife. This view shows the gigantic statue personifying the Apennine Mountains, a masterpiece made in 1579–80 by the late Renaissance sculptor Giambologna.

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​”Tree Of Life”

​”Tree Of Life” mosaic from Hisham’s Palace, built in the 8th century. CE in Jericho by the Umayyad Caliphate.

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New ATM Machines in America with mark of the beast scanner. Soon it will be all about scanning the biometric IDs aka Quantum Dot tattoos. @LuckyLadyFox9

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