News Burst 21 January 2020
News Burst 21 January 2020. By Disclosure News.
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News Burst 21 January 2020
- “Last year, after I briefed a group of state AGs about Google’s power to rig elections, one of them said, ‘I think you’re going to die in an accident in a few months.’ A few months later, my beautiful wife Misti died a violent death. Makes you wonder.” – The wife of a Google whistleblower, who exposed meddling in the 2016 election, died Friday night just days after she was seriously injured in a car crash. Psychology professor Robert Epstein.
- Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has approved a plan to declare Luzon island, home to Taal Volcano, a ‘no man’s land’, effectively ending the possibility of its former residents ever returning to their lives there. “They lived on the volcano itself with 47 craters. That’s really dangerous. It’s like having a gun pointed at you,” Renato Solidum, the head of the volcanology institute, said.
- China on Monday reported a third death and 139 new cases of pneumonia over the weekend, caused by the outbreak of a new coronavirus strain that medical experts are still struggling to understand. [MSM started already to spread panic.]
- “Apocalyptic” dust storms swept across drought-stricken areas of Australia over the weekend, with thunder and giant hail battering the east coast, as extreme weather patterns collided in the bushfire-fatigued country. The southern city of Melbourne was lashed by huge hailstones late Sunday (Jan 19) and fire-ravaged parts of Victoria state overnight received heavy rainfall, prompting new extreme weather alerts.
- A theme park in China faced backlash after it inaugurated a new bungee jumping attraction by pushing a pig off a tower on Saturday. A video of the event, posted online, showed the pig being pushed off a platform while tied to a bungee rope, amid cheering from a crowd of onlookers. The animal can be heard squealing as it struggled in the air. The pig was later seen on top of the jumping platform, seemingly unconscious.
- Six Iraqis including two police officers were killed and scores were wounded in Baghdad and other cities on Monday in clashes with security forces, medical and security sources said, as anti-government unrest resumed after a lull of several weeks.
- Moscow warns Tehran against making ‘reckless steps’ to quit the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Russia’s deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov said. He added that Russia urges Iran to comply with its obligations to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
- Top Catalan politicians are already languishing in jail over their role in the ‘illegal’ 2017 referendum. Years later, in 2020, the prosecutions are still continuing. This week, it’s the former chief of the Catalan police who has been put on trial. Essentially, he was put in a position where he had to choose: did he take orders from Barcelona, or Madrid? As the chief of Catalan police, he listened to the Catalan authorities. For making that decision, he’s being accused of sedition and prosecutors are asking for an 11-year jail sentence. Catalonia is one of Spain’s richest regions.
- Malaysia has returned 150 shipping containers loaded with plastic waste. The containers, imported illegally, held more than 3,700 tons of plastic waste, and originated from 13 countries. Forty-three came from France, 42 from the UK, 17 from the US, and 11 from Canada. Another 110 containers will be sent back in the near future, 60 of them to the United States.
- A hacker has dumped a massive list of Telnet credentials and passwords for over 500,000 servers, routers, and so-called smart devices on the Dark Web, exposing the persistent vulnerability of cloud service providers. The list, published on a popular hacking forum, includes IP addresses, usernames and passwords for the Telnet remote service, which is used on numerous Internet of Things (IoT) devices around the world.
- Five people have died and three have been hospitalized with severe burns after a hot water pipe burst at a hostel in Russia. The pipe burst around 2 am local time on Monday, sending steam and boiling-hot water throughout the small hostel, located on the basement floor of an apartment complex. The pipe in question was constructed nearly 60 years ago and in reviews, hostel guests had complained that rooms had no windows.
- The European Space Agency (ESA – Expect Same Answer) has fired up its prototype oxygen plant to begin producing the element out of simulated moondust, with a view to creating a sustainable breathable air production facility on the Moon. Based on samples brought back from the Moon over the years, it turns out that lunar regolith (moon rock) is made up of 40 to 45 percent oxygen by weight, making it the satellite’s single most abundant element, which is incredibly fortunate for future human colonization plans.
- The knife crime epidemic in London continues after three men, believed to be from the Sikh community, were stabbed to death, prompting calls for a change of mayor amid claims Sadiq Khan has “lost control of our streets.”
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