News Burst 23 November 2020
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- Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell on Saturday said that the president’s lawyers will file a lawsuit of “biblical” proportions, alleging that some elections officials were embroiled in a pay-to-play scheme with a prominent manufacturer of voting software. “We’ve got tons of evidence; it’s so much, it’s hard to pull it all together,” Powell said. She didn’t provide or elaborate on the evidence. “Hopefully this week we will get it ready to file, and it will be biblical,” Powell asserted, adding that “it’s a massive project to pull this fraud claim together with the evidence that I want to put in.”
- New analysis of an ancient papyrus, the First Book of Breathing, has offered fascinating revelations pertaining to its derivation from the Book of the Dead and, on a broader scale, the intricacies of postmortem deification in ancient Egypt. The Books of Breathing are several late ancient Egyptian funerary texts, that ostensibly enabled the deceased to continue to exist in the afterlife, with the earliest known copy dating to about 350 BC. Other copies originate from the Ptolemaic and Roman periods of Egyptian history; one is from the second century AD. An analysis of one such treatise – Papyrus FMNH 31324, containing an edition of the First Book of Breathing, was recently published by Foy Scalf, head of Research Archives at the University of Chicago, in October’s edition of the Journal of Near Eastern Studies.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was not guided by ulterior motives when he withheld congratulations for Joe Biden on his projected presidential victory amid Donald Trump’s refusal to concede. “Formalities must be followed based on established practices and legal standards. There is no ulterior motive or anything that could serve to further degrade our relationship. It is a purely formal approach,” Putin told the Rossiya 1 broadcaster. The president added he took the wait-and-see approach as he expects the post-election dust to settle in the United States.
- High school girls in Kenya who end up staying at home due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic have become a target of what the Kenyan Directorate of Criminal Investigations describes as an “online cartel”. As DCI explained on Twitter, the girls were “lured out of their homes” via a social media account, only to end up becoming involved in “partying orgies” that lasted “for days”. The DCI believes that the cartel is operating from Nairobi, and says that the suspects are using “internationally-registered telephone numbers”. The cops have announced that they are now “hunting down” the members of the cartel, and urged parents to “take keen interest in their children’s activities at home and on social media networks”.
- The Nigerian government threatened CNN broadcaster with sanctions over its report on the alleged shooting of protesters at the Lekki Toll plaza in Lagos, Punch outlet reported on Thursday. According to the outlet, the government called the report describing the 20 October events as “irresponsible journalism.” Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, reportedly said at a press conference that there were no deaths at the protests. The #EndSARS rallies across Nigeria ignited after numerous claims implicated the country’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) police unit in acts of killings, torture and blackmail. The department was disbanded by the authorities and replaced with the Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) squad. Nonetheless, the protests continued against other forms of police violence.
- Following to removal of US Defense Secretary Mark Esper, the Pentagon and acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller have announced a withdrawal of thousands of troops from Afghanistan and Iraq, leaving around 2,500 residual personnel in both countries. US President Donald Trump is reportedly looking to withdraw the roughly 700 US troops from Somalia.
- Ghislaine Maxwell spent a lot of time taking photos of topless European girls at pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s Palm Beach mansion in Florida, reports The New York Post citing a newly unsealed deposition. “She was very avid with photographs,” said an unnamed witness in federal court papers that were unsealed Saturday. “She had this high-tech camera. She was constantly taking photographs.” Most of the photographs were taken poolside and were of “topless” young women, which Maxwell would later put in an album she kept on her desk, according to the witness identified as “Jane Doe 1” in court papers related to a 2016 civil suit against Maxwell who is currently awaiting trial at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
- Massimo Giannulli the fashion designer and husband of “Full House” actress Lori Loughlin, reported to a federal prison in Lompoc near Santa Barbara, Calif., a Bureau of Prisons spokesperson said. He’s expected to serve his full sentence. His time behind bars overlaps with his wife’s, who began her two-month stay behind bars on Oct. 30 at a facility in Dublin, Calif. Giannulli, 57, was handed a five-month term in prison this past August after he pleaded guilty to charges stemming from $500,000 payments to scam mastermind William “Rick” Singer to get their daughters, Olivia Jade and Isabella Giannulli, recruited onto University of Southern California’s crew team. The two had never participated in the sport.
- A British man who contracted malaria, dengue fever and Covid-19 while working for a charity in India is now battling to recover from a venomous cobra bite. After running the gauntlet of the infectious diseases, Ian Jones was bitten by the deadly snake in a village near Jodhpur in western India’s Rajasthan state. Jones is “very frightened” by his condition but his doctors are hopeful he can make a full recovery.
- A Justice Department report claims the FBI wanted to arrest Jeffrey Epstein while he was judging a beauty contest in the US Virgin Islands in 2007, just seven months before he signed a cushy non-prosecution deal. Details of the failed arrest bid are revealed in a lengthy report from the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) which investigated the secret 2008 plea deal that gave Epstein a minimal prison sentence and shielded him from federal sex crime charges. The politically connected financier had been accused of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls in his Florida mansion. He managed to evade most of the charges by pleading guilty to state charges involving a single victim.
- An appeals court in Portugal has ruled that the PCR process is not a reliable test for Sars-Cov-2, and therefore any enforced quarantine based on those test results is unlawful. Most importantly, the judges ruled that a single positive PCR test cannot be used as an effective diagnosis of infection. The specifics of the case concern four tourists entering the country from Germany – all of whom are anonymous in the transcript of the case – who were quarantined by the regional health authority. Of the four, only one had tested positive for the virus, whilst the other three were deemed simply of “high infection risk” based on proximity to the positive individual. All four had, in the previous 72 hours, tested negative for the virus before departing from Germany. In their ruling, judges Margarida Ramos de Almeida and Ana Paramés referred to several scientific studies. Most notably the study by Jaafar et al., which found that – when running PCR tests with 35 cycles or more – the accuracy dropped to 3%, meaning up to 97% of positive results could be false positives.
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News Burst 23 November 2020 – Earthquakes
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Pleiadian Mothership. It is unusual to have a Mothership drop as low as this but it is done for Exploration and will soon Ascend to at least 50 to 100 miles up and the Crafts within will leave on separate assignments. When the Mothership signals, All Crafts will return as an opening is made, a ramp and Lights are provided and the inner wall of the Mothership will contain all Crafts. Neioh
Banker and chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild Holding S.A. company, Benjamin de Rothschild, has passed away at the age of 57, his family revealed to French media.
Bill Gates, the 4th richest person in the world, has been quietly snatching up 242,000 acres of farmland across the U.S. — enough to make him the top private farmland owner in America. It is not entirely clear how Gates’ farmland is being used.
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