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  • Ukraine’s central bank has sold $12.4 billion of gold reserves since February, Reuters has reported. However, an expert says the numbers don’t add up. In an article published on Schiffgold.com on Wednesday, American financial commentator and stock broker Peter Schiff described the sale as “murky” and said it was unclear how Ukraine had sold so much gold. According to data from the World Gold Council and cited by Schiff, when Russia launched its military operation in Ukraine, the National Bank of Ukraine held about 27 tons of gold in its reserves, which was valued at just under $1.7 billion. In other words, Schiff writes, the central bank claims to have sold more than seven times its total bullion holdings.

 

  • Beijing has called upon the governments of Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States to scrap the AUKUS pact after a new report released on Wednesday warned that the “tonnes of weapon-grade uranium” could potentially be transferred to Canberra under the trilateral arrangement. “The US, the UK and Australia should respond to the concerns of the international community, carry out international obligations of nuclear non-proliferation, and cancel the wrong decision for the collaboration on nuclear-powered submarines,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said at a press conference on Wednesday.

 

  • Congressman Dusty Johnson has appealed to the House Agricultural Committee asking it to bring Bill Gates before the committee to testify on his practice of buying up prime US farmland, and the billionaire’s plans for said farmland. “It has become clear in recent reports that Mr. Gates is the largest private farmland owner in America – he now owns nearly 270,000 acres of farmland across 19 states. Comparatively, the average farm size in 2021 was 445 acres, according to the United States Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service. I believe that Mr. Gates’ holdings across much of our nation is a significant portion that the Committee should not ignore,” Johnson wrote Wednesday in a letter addressed to committee chairman David Scott. “The Committee should be interested in Mr. Gates’ ownership and plans for his acreage, as he has been a leading voice in the push for ‘synthetic meat’.

 

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he understands why Canadians are “disgusted” with Hockey Canada after a slew of scandals involving sexual misconduct allegations came to light. “What we’re learning today is absolutely unacceptable,” he added. The latest bombshell surrounding Canada’s national sport’s governing body came on the same day as recently discovered court documents suggested Hockey Canada has a special legal fund set up for paying uninsured liabilities, which includes claims of sexual abuse. Details about the fund are found in an affidavit sworn by Hockey Canada’s former vice-president of insurance and risk management Glen McCurdie, and come as part of a lawsuit that was launched by an injured player in the state of Ontario.

 

  • NASA engineers are worried that larger micro-meteorite hits could eventually degrade the performance of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) deployed a million miles from Earth, the space agency science chief Thomas Zurbuchen said on Wednesday. According to Zurbichen, they are already working on countermeasures including possibly flying the telescope into a dust stream. “Space is not empty, it has dust in it,” Zurbuchen, NASA’s Science Mission Directorate Associate Administrator, said in a Washington Post podcast. Earlier, NASA reported that a meteoroid hit on the telescope had caused “significant uncorrectable” damage to one of the panels it uses to stare into deep space.

 

  • As per local tradition in some Indian villages, frogs are married off when a region is facing less rain or a drought-like situation in order to please the rain god and ask him to bless the area with rainfall. A wedding ceremony for two frogs was held on Tuesday in the city of Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, as part of a custom to please Indra, the Hindu god of rains, and bring rainfall to the drought-hit region. Scores of people converged at the Kalibari Temple to witness and participate in a special marriage ceremony organized by a local group called Hindu Mahasangh.

 

  • A new epoch of world history is approaching and only “truly sovereign” states will be able to succeed in the changed environment, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. Speaking at a business forum, Putin claimed that “truly revolutionary,” “enormous” changes would lead to the creation of a new, “harmonious, fairer and more community-focused and safe” world order. In this new epoch, “only truly sovereign states can ensure high growth dynamics,” he said. By the term ‘sovereignty’ the Russian president means “freedom of national development, and thus of each person individually,” as well as “technological, cultural, intellectual, educational viability of the state” and a “responsible, active and nationally minded, nationally oriented civil society.” Such a state, the president said, will serve as an example for others when it comes to “the standards and quality of people’s life, the protection of traditional values and high humanistic ideals.” This kind of world is in sharp contrast to the Western-dominated unipolar world order, which, in Putin’s opinion, is “becoming a brake on the development of our civilization.” He accused the West of being “racist and neo-colonial,” saying that its ideology “is becoming increasingly more like totalitarianism.” The idea of a new “multipolar” world has been discussed in the West, too, most recently by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

 

  • The Ukrainian government has moved to delay payments on foreign debt for two years, the country’s media reported on Wednesday. The restructuring will have to be approved by the creditors first, the reports add. Kiev wants to reach an agreement with bondholders by mid-August, before a $1.4 billion redemption and interest payment in September, the outlet says, adding that according to its own calculations, the move may save $3 billion in debt redemption costs over two years, and more with interest payments. In March, the European Commission proposed a €9 billion loan to Ukraine, set to be backed by guarantees from the governments of EU members. However, the bloc has struggled to structure the aid due to widespread concern about Kiev’s ability to pay its debt.

 

  • The People’s Liberation Army and the Indian Army were locked in a 73-day stand-off at the Doklam tri-junction in 2017 after Bhutan accused China of unilaterally attempting to change the status quo in the Doklam area of the Bhutan-Tibet border. China has allegedly built a village named Pangda inside the Bhutanese territory, unverified satellite images released by US-based Maxar Technologies showed on Tuesday. An NDTV report devoted to this satellite imagery claimed that the village is located 9km east of Doklam, a strategically important tri-junction that gives China a strategic edge over India.

 

  • The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) released a vast trove of documents on Monday detailing how domestic law enforcement agencies used commercially harvested data from hundreds of millions of phones across the United States, Canada and Mexico, enabling them to bypass Fourth Amendment constitutional protections against warrantless searches. Revelations that Department of Homeland Security agencies paid millions of dollars to shadowy data brokers to buy access to the cellphone location data of both Americans and foreigners are astonishing in their scale, and a blatant violation of Americans’ privacy rights, Shreya Tewari of the ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project has said. “It was definitely a shocking amount [of data],” Tewari said in an interview with Politico published Monday. “It was a really detailed picture of how they can zero in on not only a specific geographic area, but also a time period, and how much they’re collecting and how quickly,” she said.

 

  • Former US House Representative Democrat Beto O’Rourke, who is now running for governor of Texas as a Democratic candidate, apparently received a sizeable financial contribution from George Soros last month. According to Fox News, O’Rourke’s recently published campaign finance report shows that Soros contributed some $1 million to Beto’s election effort in June. The development comes as O’Rourke revealed that he raised $27.6 million from February through June, thus setting a new record for fundraising in Texas, the media outlet points out. While O’Rourke managed to raise $2.7 million more than Texas Governor Greg Abbott, whom he is trying to unseat.

 

  • The United Kingdom will invest $3.59 million in space-based solar technology that would cut carbon emissions and boost the country’s energy security, the UK government said on Wednesday. “£3 million [$3.59 million] of grant funding will be made available for space-based solar power (SBSP) projects that collect the Sun’s energy using solar panels orbiting the Earth and can deliver clean energy, day and night, unaffected by the weather,” the government said in a statement published on the website.

 

  • The Legislative Assembly of El Salvador announced on Wednesday that it has extended for another 30 days the state of emergency introduced in March to fight organized crime and extended monthly since then. “We will not step back in the war against bandits until all terrorists are in jail. We are extending the state of emergency for another 30 days to end the violence inherited from previous administrations,” the parliament said on Twitter. The parliament imposed a month-long state of emergency on March 27 at President Nayib Bukele’s request after over 60 people were killed in a shootout with armed gangs in one day. Bukele referred to local criminals as terrorists and pledged to impose 30-year jail sentences just for belonging in an organized criminal gang.

 

  • Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, Italy has had 19 governments, lasting on average just over 18 months. As such, Mario Draghi’s government – which is about to collapse – is about to make it 20 failed government (but at least Draghi’s 17 months lasted right in line with the average).
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News Burst 21 July 2022 - Plague Stone

Plague Stone

A replica 1666 Plague Stone. It was put on a corner of a street, filled with vinegar and used to wash hands or money. The 1600s version of a sanitizing station.

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Siberian Fireweed (Epilobium Angustifolium)

Alexander Khlynov from the Union of Ivan Tea Producers, who proposed the government help boost production of the traditional Russian drink. ‘Ivan Tea’ – a medicinal brew made from Siberian fireweed – is a more “useful” refreshment. Putin agreed to bring Khlynov’s proposal to Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev, and gave the tea his personal approval. “Indeed, it is certainly more useful than Coca-Cola,” he remarked, “which is all chemicals.”

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The Tulli Papyrus

In “UFOs in History,” Samuel Rosenberg describes a number of supposed ancient UFO sightings including one “from a papyrus manuscript found among the papers of the late Professor Alberto Tulli, former director of the Vatican Egyptian Museum.” It involves a “UFO sighting sometime during the reign” of Thutmosis III, cited by Trench (Trench, Brinsley Le Poer, The Flying Saucer Story, London: Spearman, 1966).

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Weather-Modification Program

Apparently the China is now building the world largest weather-modification program to cover area larger than India, and they still call us the tin hat brigade. I will tell you for a fact that the USA has been working on weather modification since at least the 1960s, if not earlier. You can bet this system is well ahead of what they have been telling us. If you can do this, you can do the reverse. You can create drought conditions. You can raise the temperature of the earth. You can set fire to it.
You can create ‘climate change.’
Get it yet?
Much love, ~ Niko @awakenedspecies

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