News Burst 20 July 2022
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- A review of Hunter Biden’s personal calendar on the so-called “laptop from hell”, which was abandoned by Hunter at a repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware, in April 2019, shows that the younger Biden and his business associate Eric Schwerin frequently met with then-US VP Joe Biden between 2008 and 2016. Hunter held at least 30 business meetings with his father either in the White House or the latter’s vice-presidential residence, the Naval Observatory. Schwerin was reportedly invited to 21 out of the 30 confabs. The New York Post found that all of the meets occurred days or even hours after Hunter’s negotiations with high-profile foreign clients, prompting the media outlet to suggest that the younger Biden apparently discussed his business dealing with his father. The Post even goes so far as to not rule out that Hunter passed messages and requests from his clients to the then-vice president.
- The Danish government has launched a program to rid the country of parallel societies, formerly referred to as ghettos, in order to combat segregation and create a more amalgamated population, Swedish national broadcaster SVT reported. The program has been referred to as a “huge housing experiment” by experts and involves, among other tactics, forcible eviction. The goal initially formulated by the previous government and endorsed by the ruling Social Democrats is to create socially mixed areas by 2030 through a combination of means, including demolition, new construction and stricter rules for who can live there.In Gellerupparken in Aarhus alone, one of the country’s largest and most hardy parallel societies, almost 1,000 homes are up for demolition. So far, many of its 5,000 residents have been able to move within the area, whereas others who are forced to move will be offered an equivalent home in Aarhus.In 2018, the Danish parliament decided by a broad majority to rebuild 15 areas it viewed as “particularly vulnerable”, at that time referred to as “hard ghettos” but renamed after criticism.
- According to the Irish Minister for Children and Equality KjerstiToppe (SP), those who give birth with the help of foreign surrogate mothers must be prosecuted. Toppe told the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) that it is illegal to use a surrogate mother in Norway and therefore it should not be permitted to use a surrogate mother abroad. In a message to the NRK, she wrote that she wanted to criminalize the use of surrogate mothers abroad. Already in 2017, Toppe advocated such a ban, comparing it to the fact that it is a criminal offense for Norwegians to buy sex abroad.
- Minister of Personnel, Public Complaints and Pensions Zitendra Singh said Thursday, “Mission Karmayogi” will effectively determine the roadmap for the next 25 years and civil servants with a vision of the future that can shape the Indian century. Said that it was intended to be given to 2047. As part of the celebration of Good Governance Week, a shift from “rules” to “roles” in governance will be the key to achieving the goals of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s New India by addressing a workshop on “Mission Karma Yogi Pass Ahead”. Said it was essential. “The foundation of this mission is that citizen-centered civil servants with the right attitude, functional expertise, and domain knowledge improve the ease of living and business, demographic changes, and the background of digital penetration. It is rooted in the perception that it is in. We need to not only raise social and political awareness, but also empower civil servants to become more dynamic and professional, “said the minister.
- The Department of Homeland Security has paid millions of dollars since 2017 to purchase, without warrants, cellphone location data from two companies to track the movements of both Americans and foreigners inside the U.S., at U.S. borders and abroad, according to a new report released by the American Civil Liberties Union on Monday. The report published a large collection of contracts between U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and other parts of DHS to buy location data collected by companies Venntel and Babel Street. The contracts and other documents were obtained via the Freedom of Information Act. The Wall Street Journal first reported in 2020 that ICE and CBP use cellphone location information for immigration enforcement. At the time, DHS and its component agencies “acknowledged buying access to the data, but wouldn’t discuss details about how they are using it in law-enforcement operations.”
- The $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope has already been irreparably damaged by a micrometeorite. A new paper published after Webb’s first images electrified the internet with its amazing views of our universe, revealed that the beryllium and gold mirror was hit by six micrometeorites during its setup phase between February and June. Five of those strikes caused negligible damage that could be corrected, but a sixth has permanently damaged humanity’s most powerful telescope. The Webb telescope sits in orbit a million miles away from earth, unlike its predecessor Hubble, which sits in low earth orbit. Because of this, Webb was expected to be less vulnerable to micrometeorites and other kinds of space debris and so its mirror is exposed to space, unlike Hubble’s. NASA engineers expected that Webb would occasionally be hit by micrometeorites; the problem is that they didn’t expect it to happen this often, or do this much damage.
- The Russian Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) on Tuesday determined that Apple violated antitrust laws for abusing its dominant position in the application market. “FAS found that Apple violated antitrust laws. The company abused its dominant position in the iOS app distribution market,” the agency said, adding that the antitrust case was opened against the company in October 2021. The size of the turnover fine for the company will be determined in the course of an administrative investigation, the agency added. FAS noted that, according to the Russian legislation, the amount of the fine for legal entities ranges from 1% to 15% of the proceeds from the sale of goods on the market where the administrative offense was committed.
- Amazon has taken to court against administrators of more than 10,000 different Facebook groups that were allegedly “used to coordinate fake reviews of Amazon products,” according to a new report by the Wall Street Journal this week. The groups provide people free products or money in exchange for product reviews, Amazon said, which are used to hike product ratings in the hope that more products are sold. The practice takes place not only in the U.S., but also in U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Japan.
- Delaware Chancery Court Judge Kathaleen McCormick on Tuesday recommended a five-day trial in October to settle social media company Twitter’s lawsuit against entrepreneur Elon Musk for attempting to cancel his $44 billion acquisition deal of the platform. Lawyers representing Twitter argued during the hearing for an expedited schedule placing the trial in mid-September. Musk’s legal team instead proposed a longer trial in February, which they still consider to be expedited. The extra time is needed to prepare discovery and depositions for the trial given the complex nature of the case, Musk’s lawyers said. Twitter launched a lawsuit against Musk in response to his attempts to cancel the $44 billion purchase of the social media company over concerns about the number of bot accounts on the platform.
- The UK should adapt traditional uniforms of the Royal Guardsmen, which include a high fur hat, to the abnormal heat ravaging the country, Dr. Maria Neira, the director of the World Health Organization (WHO) department of environment, climate and health, said on Tuesday. “Hopefully, the guards and the very heavy traditions there will be receptive to change in that, but definitely, if we are seeing this trend in terms of increase of the heat waves, our dress code needs to be adapted to that,” Neira said during a briefing. Abnormally hot weather has settled in many European countries, including the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Greece, Spain, Portugal, and Germany, with temperatures rising above 40 degrees Celsius.
- Prince Andrew “has no intention” of helping the US authorities in their Jeffrey Epstein probe, The Mirror reported citing a “well-placed royal source”. “He has nothing to say and nothing to add,” the source explained. “He sees no reason why anyone would want to speak to him and now that his case has been settled with Virginia Giuffre, he considers the matter settled.” The remark comes amid the calls to look into the associates and friends of the late American convicted sex offender and his girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell. Prince Andrew, who has just wrapped up his legal battle with one of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, is still urged to “come forward and tell the whole story”.
- The Pulitzer Prize Board has rejected former US President Donald Trump’s appeal to revoke awards given to The New York Times and The Washington Post for their reporting on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. “The 2018 Pulitzer Prizes in National Reporting stand,” the Pulitzer Prize Board said in a Monday statement, explaining that it had received several inquiries, including from Trump, about The New York Times and The Washington Post reporting, but independent reviews have found nothing to discredit the prize entries.
- The Hungarian parliament has passed a resolution demanding Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government pursue the nation’s “vision” for the future of the European Union. The document put forward by several MPs, including from Orban’s Fidesz Party, seeks the dissolution of the European Parliament in its present form, as well as veto power for member states on any EU legislation. “The European Union must change because it is unprepared to face today’s challenges,” says the resolution published on the website of parliament. It especially criticized the “ill-considered” sanctions the EU imposed on Russia over its military action in Ukraine, adding that their economic fallout has affected Hungarian citizens. The document was endorsed by 130 MPs, while 50 voted against it.
- Recreational drug users in the UK could soon be stripped of their passports or driving licenses under a series of new laws proposed by the Home Office on Monday. In the document titled ‘SWIFT, CERTAIN, TOUGH New consequences for drug possession,’ the Home Office proposes introducing three tiers of punishments for possession of illegal drugs such as cocaine and cannabis. The penalties vary from being forced to pay for a drug awareness course to being issued with a hefty fine, and could even result in the loss of an offender’s passport and driving license.
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UFO’s In Prophecy
“At that time they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. When these things begin to happen, stand up and lift up your heads because your redemption is drawing near.” —Yeshua
Son of Man (like humans) = galactic family
Clouds with glory = spacecraft
Our higher Soul selves are having temporary human experiences.
Yeshua was a Pleiadian Soul incarnated into a hybridized Sirian lineage.
Souls matters, choices matter, not bloodlines or races.
Sananda, Elder of Merope returns in a Craft as a friend to humanity not as a savior.
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Nellis Air Force Base, 2019
Tic-tacs are Pleiadian crafts that can change shape.
Galactic Federation crafts are brightly lit because they want to be seen.
They don’t land and publicly announce themselves because many people would lose their minds.
Ascension allows open contact to begin. ~ Kabamur
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5G Tower device with the brain waves alpha, beta and gamma pre installed. Why? It’s to influence our behavior. 5G is, in it’s essence, a full scale psychotronic weapon that has detrimental effects on the health, well-being, and psyche of all human beings. ~ @awakendspecies
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