News Burst 21 July 2020
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- A fully serviced private island in Australia’s Southern Great Barrier Reef is now on the market. Pumpkin Island, located 14 kilometers or a 30-minute boat ride off the coast of Queensland, comes with a private beach, a bay filled with fresh oysters and a self-contained resort with renewable energy sources. The island is currently owned by Wayne and Laureth Rumble, through their company Sojourn Retreats. It’s listed on the market for AUD25 million, or $17 million USD, with a rolling lease until 2046. Prior to 1961, the island was an oyster farm that belonged to a man called Snigger Findlay. “(A couple by the name of) Roger and Merle Mason fell in love with Pumpkin Island, but Snigger did not want to sell it. So when Roger challenged Snigger to a game of poker, he said that if he wins Snigger would have to sell the island to Roger. So Roger won and bought the island for £60,” say the Rumbles.
- Virtual meetings via Zoom or other platforms have become de rigueur in the era of the coronavirus pandemic, but social distancing need not come at the cost of social decorum as a lawyer who attended a virtual meeting in his underwear found out. Judge María del Carmen Cruz Marquina of Tamaulipas, Mexico, scolded a Mexican attorney for not wearing pants at a Zoom hearing. Later she said that it was the first time a lawyer had appeared before her without pants, but stated that court proceedings were not affected by the attorney’s wardrobe choice. “I must tell you that the lawyer is a very serious and professional person. I believe it was an accident,” the judge said. “These are the circumstances of the new normal to which we are all adapting.”
- Sabre holds vast amounts of data on an incalculable number of individuals, and this trove could so easily be abused, particularly given the FBI has reportedly frequently used the controversial All Writs Act, to force private companies, such as Apple, to hand over private information. It’s been revealed the US Federal Bureau of Investigation has been using information collected and stored by Sabre, the world’s largest travel data holder, to conduct widespread and extensive surveillance the world over, with company staff instructed by Bureau agents to “actively spy” on targets, even while they’re in the midst of travelling. Forbes reports that in December 2019, the FBI asked Sabre for “real time” weekly surveillance of Indian fugitive Deepanshu Kher for a period of six months, providing agents with “travel orders, transactions or reservations” for Kher, who was eventually caught in January this year and placed under house arrest. However, Sabre ongoing relationship with security services, and willingness to watch suspects and known criminals upon request, without the knowledge or consent of the individual(s) in question, were hitherto unknown – and raise significant privacy concerns.
- There is a new form of protests sweeping across the USA as individuals put on anti-Mask masks to defy mandatory mask rules. The anti-masks are made of thin material, mesh or even crochet and are advertised as having no protective qualities for Covid-19. The question is whether they are legal. They appear to be so. A man wearing a mesh mask to a Tampa Walmart and saying “It was almost like not wearing a mask at all. Nobody cared. That’s because it’s not about safety. It’s all about compliance.” Twitter is replete with such anti-masks with such disclaimers as “Stylish, breathable and don’t protect you from a darn thing! Masks required? No problem! Breath free while making a statement.”
- Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell is secretly married, US prosecutors revealed yesterday, and an acquaintance of hers has speculated that she may have tied the knot secretly to ‘protect’ her $10 million fortune. The source also said when they last met two years ago, Maxwell looked different to how she normally did. ‘She had grey hair. She was actually plump which normally she’s not,’ the source told the newspaper. ‘I asked her where she was living and she wouldn’t tell me. She said, “A little bit of everywhere.”‘ Prior to the revelation in court, there had been no previous suggestions that she had been married, with the attention focused on her romantic relationship with Epstein in the mid-1990s, when the alleged grooming is said to have taken place. A former friend of the British socialite said yesterday that ‘No one knew she was married’, but confirmed that she had been in a relationship with Borgerson for a while. ‘I don’t know of any other guy who she has actually seen,’ the friend said according to The Times. Is Ghislaine Maxwell’s Secret Spouse Part of Her Legal Strategy?
- Chinese global giants in India, like Huawei and Alibaba, which potentially have a direct or indirect link with the Chinese army, could soon face action. These companies are among the seven Chinese companies that the Indian intelligence sources have highlighted for having deep links with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). These seven Chinese companies are Xindia Steels, Xinxing Cathay International, China Electronics Technology Group, Huawei, Alibaba, Tencent, and SAIC Motor Corporation. Indian government sources have highlighted that “these companies are under watch and could face potential action”.
- Ahmed El-Haj, a 29-year-old Danish citizen-turned-jihadist has been arrested for high treason in Denmark. El-Haj went to Syria in 2013. After four years in war-torn Syria, the man was wounded in a bomb attack. With the help of smugglers, he managed to get to Turkey with his wife and two children. Once in Turkey, he was arrested and served a year in prison for joining terrorists and extradited to Denmark two years later. The 29-year-old was previously suspected of terrorist crimes and used photographs of Danish politicians Naser Khader and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, and the anti-Islamic debater Lars Hedegaard as “enemies of Islam” in a video that surfaced later. Wheelchair-bound El-Haj initially avoided new charges upon arrival in Denmark due to double jeopardy. However, the prosecution later pulled a historic clause out of its sleeve, accusing him of high treason due to legislation introduced in 2015. Now, El-Haj may become the first in Denmark to be prosecuted for treason in over 70 years, since the Danish collaborators with Hitler’s Nazi Germany were tried, and his case may set a precedent.
- A gunman shot and killed the 20-year-old son of a federal judge in New Jersey and shot and injured her husband Sunday at the family home. The judge targeted in the attack – Newark-based US federal judge Esther Salas – had been assigned to a Deutsche Bank/Epstein lawsuit just four days before the attack, Salas is now presided over an ongoing lawsuit brought by Deutsche Bank investors who claim the company made false and misleading statements about its AML policies while failing to monitor “high-risk” customers like sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
- The wife of a British aristocrat and frequent flyer on Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’ has stepped down from her role volunteering for the UK’s National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Clare Hazell – an interior designer who became the Countess of Iveagh after her 2001 marriage to the 4th Earl of Guinnes (of the brewing dynasty) – took 32 flights on Epstein’s infamous airplane between 1998 and 2000, which included “trips to his homes in New York, Florida, the Caribbean and New Mexico.” Epstein accompanied Hazell on all but one of the trips aboard the plane, per flight logs. Hazell, now known as Lady Iveagh, worked for Epstein ‘Madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell.
- Turkey’s strongman, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whose entire actual education was only in Islamic schools though he lies about it and claims to have received a degree from a non-Islamic university, is in the process of transforming Turkey back again into a specifically Islamic type of dictatorship, a Sharia-law-ruled state. The secularist Turkish Republic that was instituted in 1923 by the Enlightenment-inspired Kemal Attaturk has now decisively ended.
- In an attempt to reach tough, untouched terrain to plant native species in order to increase the green cover of the state, the Haryana forest and wildlife department has shifted from its method of seed sowing to seed broadcasting through specially designed drones. A hundred hectares of forest land was identified for seed broadcasting through drones in the forest areas of Shiwalik Hills adjoining Panchkula, Yamunanagar and Arawali Hills in Gurugaon. The private company was hired through the tender process, Rs 5,000 was fixed for seed broadcasting per hectare — the total cost amounting to around Rs 5 lakh. As monsoon is the best time for seeding, broadcasting of seeds of native species of trees started last Friday. Seeds were sprinkled in the hilly terrain of a remote village, Jhanda, in Sadhura sub-division of Yamunanagar district.
- Three persons were arrested on Sunday for allegedly amputating a leg of a camel calf after it entered their farm in Rajasthan’s, India, police said. The incident had taken place on Saturday in Sadarshahr area but came to light only after a video of the barbaric act went viral on social media, they said. Camel is the state animal of Rajasthan. The accused, Panaram Meghwal, Gopiram Meghwal and Lichhmanaram Meghwal, had cut one of the legs of the camel calf when it entered their field, police said.
- Intense rain and floods in the Indian state of Assam have killed at least 84 people and displaced more than 2.75 million since May, authorities said on Monday (Jul 20), as they tried to collect the bodies of nine rare rhinos drowned in the past 10 days.
- The Iranian Judiciary has announced on Monday July 20 that Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, a young man who was in jail on charges of “spying for the CIA and Mossad” has been executed. The execution verdict against Mousavi Majd has been carried out 40 days after his conviction at a court in Tehran. The spokesman of Irans’s Judiciary had accused Mousavi Majd of informing foreign spy agencies about the whereabouts and travel plans of former Qods Force Commander Qassem Soleimani who as killed in January in a U.S. drone strike. During the past week, more than 11 million Iranians on social media protested against capital punishment in Iran and reminded the regime of hundreds of cases of unfair trials and executions in Iran during the past 40 years.
- Today according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Manhattan is back to work as it enter phase four of the Covid-19 re-opening. Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio are delusional in thinking Manhattan will come back to normal for a long time. Between the four month shutdown, the damage from the rioters posing as George Floyd protesters and the painting of Black Lives Matter on the street outside Trump Tower in Midtown, these two Democrats have signed Manhattan’s death certificate. Now add in the number of shootings that are soaring in the city as NYPD struggles with defunding measures and you have the makings of New York City under ex-Mayor David Dinkins.
- Police in Italy have raided what they called a “very powerful” sect, said to be entrenched in several cities across the country, which preyed on young women – many of whom were minors – subjecting them to sex abuse and torture. The sect was led by a 77-year-old man that his followers were allowed to call him only “the Doctor” or plainly “Him,” and revered the man as a god of sorts. The cult’s top members referred to themselves as “beasts,” while potential recruits were seen as their “prey.” This ‘psycho-sect’ practiced child sex abuse for over 30 years. The sect targeted primarily young women, including minors, and reportedly promised the “chosen ones” an entry into a “magical, fantastic and secret world” and the lighting of an “inner fire,” among other things, investigators said. In reality, however, all the ‘magic’ revolved around various sexual practices, often “extreme and painful,” as well as torture. The brainwashed members have suffered “persistent psychological damage,” and some even have had their mental abilities permanently impaired.The sect has had a large legal front, including several shops, a psychology center and even a publishing house, which allowed it to operate freely for years and to ensnare unsuspecting victims. The cult is believed to be active since at least the 1980s, it remained unnoticed by the authorities for decades, until one of the victims managed to partially overcome her dependence on the organization and tipped the police off as to the cult’s activities. The total number of the cult’s victims has not been established so far.
- [Activation?] Last night’s killing in North Brunswick has dominated the news cycle on Monday as numerous ‘experts’ have stepped forward to denounce the connection between the shooting and a civil suit against Deutsche Bank that Judge Salas had recently been charged with overseeing. Now, authorities are telling media that the suspect in the shooting has been found dead via suicide in Liberty, NY. The suspect was a white man who wore a face covering and a FedEx uniform, and he used an ordinary car to make a getaway. But here’s the real twist. Though his name hasn’t been released, authorities said the suspect was an attorney who once argued a case before Judge Salas, back in 2015. Police told reporters that they suspect the suspect killed himself with a self-inflicted gunshot.
News Burst 21 July 2020 – Bonus IMG
Total Amount Of Plastic Waste Produced Per Day And % Of Plastic Waste That Is Mismanaged
About half of all of the plastic waste that ends up in the oceans comes from just 5 countries: China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
News Burst 21 July 2020 – Bonus Video
It’s not breaking into pieces. This is several small ARCTURIAN Crafts that are just having fun and are aware of being seen. There is a Mothership far above, and each of the 12 small Crafts has 2 Arcturians aboard. #NEIOH
News Burst 21 July 2020 – Bonus Video
The United Arab Emirates’ historic first mission to Mars is under way, after a successful lift-off in Japan. The Hope probe launched on an H2-A rocket from Tanegashima spaceport, and is now on a 500-million-km journey to study the planet’s weather and climate. Two previous attempts to launch the probe in the past week had to be called off because of adverse weather. Hope’s arrival in February 2021 is set to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the UAE’s formation.
News Burst 21 July 2020 – Solar Activity
A stream of solar wind might hit Earth’s magnetic field on July 23-24. The gaseous material is flowing from an equatorial hole in the sun’s atmosphere. It’s not a major hole, but the emerging gas might be enough to spark high-latitude auroras when it reaches Earth later this week.
Sunspot number: 0
Current Stretch: 9 days
2020 total: 152 days (75%)
2019 total: 281 days (77%)
News Burst 21 July 2020 – Earthquakes
July 20 2020
Europe – M4.3 Iceland
North America – M3.6 California
Central America – M3.1 Puerto Rico
South America – M4.7 North Chile
Asia – M4.9 China
Pacific – M5.1 Papua, Indonesia
Deepest EQ – M4.4 261 km Vanuatu
The picture shows the earthquakes of July 20, it is noted that the push from the east continues with a movement on the M4 in China and other movements on the M4 in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Iran still remains silent and it is possible that we will see a movement that could even reach the M5, located in the south-central part. Further west the movements are continuous but being superficial shocks they lose power arriving on the M4 in Greece and then decreasing again on the M3 in Italy and in north east Europe. Unlike Iceland’s, the final release point, here the shocks return to be of the same magnitude before they crossed Europe and in fact we see a strong swarm with several movements also on the M4.
A group of amateur astronomers has observed a bright flash on Jupiter, which reportedly appeared after the gas giant was hit by an unknown object, ScienceAlert reported.
UK Chief of Defence Intelligence Lieutenant General Jim Hockenhull has said that the British military is “actively recruiting” new spies to be rapidly deployed in the Asian region as Washington, London, and Canberra heat up tensions with China amid a newly-announced security pact viewed by many as a counter to Beijing.
The programme, which was internally referred to early on as “Shielding”, but then rebranded as “Crosscheck” or “XCheck”, reportedly protected 5.8 million people in 2020, according to the Wall Street Journal.
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