News Burst 24 March 2020
News Burst 24 March 2020. By Disclosure News.
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News Burst 24 March 2020
- [Moar Pelosi] Anons are tired. This long game has been played with little to no reward. The carrot is becoming dull and mediocre. We’re tired boss. [ALL THESE POLITICIANS]
- The EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council approved the proposal of the European Commission to suspend for the first time the Stability and Growth Pact – the baseline document of the Euro zone – for economic support measures in response to the Wuhan Virus pandemic, the EU Council says in a statement released on Monday.
- German police arrested a 51-year-old man late last week after investigators determined he purposefully removed bolts from the tracks of a high-speed rail bridge in a possible attempt to cause a derailment. The man, who is now facing charges of attempted murder, was found to have “specialist equipment” used for loosening track bolts in his vehicle. Authorities were made aware of the situation by an Intercity Express operator who reported that he saw “something unusual” on the bridge during his Friday shift.
- India: In a slew of extraordinary measures, authorities announced a complete lockdown of 75 districts in 22 States and Union Territories and suspended all passenger trains, inter-state buses and metro services across the country till March 31. Delhi, Jharkhand, Punjab and Nagaland declared a statewide lockdown, exempting only essential services, while similar curbs were announced in a number of districts in Bihar, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. Mumbai’s local trains have been suspended till March 31, and Section 144 of the CrPC is being invoked in several cities and towns in Maharashtra to prevent people from gathering at a spot.
- Quote of the Day: “Do you know what the American people are thinking right now? They’re thinking that the brain is an amazing organ. It starts working in a mother’s womb, and it doesn’t stop working until you get elected to Congress.”
- Police in Greece arrested members of a Turkish terrorist organisation after a tunnel containing a cache of military-grade weapons was discovered under Athens. Eleven members of the Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party (DHKP-C) were arrested. Police discovered a 47-metre (154-foot) tunnel that contained an arsenal of weapons including an anti-tank rocket launcher, grenade launchers, AK-47 rifles, and pistols, according to the Greek newspaper Kathimerini. The Revolutionary People’s Liberation Party is a revolutionary communist organisation that is classified as a terrorist organisation and wishes to topple Islamist president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and establish a Marxist state.
- Singapore Airlines will cut 96% of its capacity that had been scheduled up to the end of April, said the airline on Monday (Mar 23). About 138 SIA and SilkAir planes, out of a total fleet of 147, will be grounded as a result. Scoot, the company’s low-cost unit, will suspend “most of its network” and will ground all but two of its 49 planes. This comes amid the “greatest challenge that the SIA Group has faced in its existence”, the company said.
- [For What It Matters] It is a bad idea to publish coronavirus data from China as if it were factual, given ample anecdotal evidence the numbers are inaccurate and the CCP’s persistent history of lying about such things. There is 0 chance the Chinese numbers are accurate.
- A Chinese kindergarten run by a US-listed group is under investigation after claims of sexual molestation and needle marks on children. The scandal broke out at the nursery in Beijing’s eastern suburb of Guanzhuang. The incidents were reported in two groups; each had some 25 children aged from 2 to 6. The kindergarten is run by RYB Education Institution, which is currently listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Several parents found needle marks on her children’s bodies, Caixin media group, which initially reported the story, said on Thursday. Medical examination of eight children confirmed that the injuries were indeed caused by needles, Guanzhuang police later said. Mr. Joel A. Getz is Independent Director of the Company. Prior to that, Mr. Getz served as Director of Development for the William J. Clinton Foundation in New York and was President of the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City.
- The PG&E Corporation has agreed to plead guilty to charges of felony involuntary manslaughter for its role in sparking a wildfire in Butte County, California, that killed 84 people in 2018. The indictment charges the company with 84 counts of manslaughter and one count of unlawfully causing a fire. “PG&E acted with criminal negligence, which is a much higher standard than ordinary negligence. … They acted in a way that created a high risk of death,” said Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey. This indictment ends a year-long criminal investigation led by Ramsey. A centerpiece of Ramsey’s investigation was a piece of metal called a “C-hook,” which broke off from a transmission tower, allowing a high-voltage power to fall and start a fire in the brush below the tower. Fire investigators determined that the hook had worn through about 80% before finally snapping. The ensuing flames essentially destroyed the town of Paradise, California, in addition to becoming the deadliest wildfire in state history.
- Tension continues at the Greek Evros border, with chemicals and stones ‘raining‘ down on the Greek forces from illegal immigrants and Turkish police on the other side of the fence. The war-like scenery begun again when illegal immigrants attempted to storm and ‘tear down’ parts of the fence. “Evros won’t fall” patch on the shoulder of a Greek soldier. The immigrants who want to illegally enter Greece and Europe, are encouraged by Turkish police, who launched tear gas grenades against the Greek defending forces. In response, a specialised armoured vehicle ‘DAVID’ was sent to the Kastanies border. The firefighting vehicle which has a tank capacity of 12.5 tons (12500 kg) of water and a ‘cannon’ range of about 35 meters, can extinguish fires in particularly inaccessible areas. It has also come to light from Turkish media footage, that the migrant camp on their side of the fence is being disinfected. This evidence raises questions if there are coronavirus cases among the illegal immigrants, or if the Turkish authorities are concerned for their health.
- The National Health Commission of the Mainland claimed that 39 new cases of Wuhan pneumonia were confirmed the day before yesterday, but all of them were imported from abroad. There have been no new confirmed cases in the country for two consecutive days. However, Japanese media Kyodo News quoted Wuhan doctors as saying that authorities had suspended some tests, official figures were unreliable, and a second wave of outbreaks appeared at any time. The doctor quoted by Kyodo News Agency said that the Chinese Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping had visited Wuhan earlier, and the number of local diagnoses of Wuhan pneumonia was officially “manipulated.” Many symptomatic patients were suddenly released without isolation for less than 14 days to show that “Xi Jinping’s government successfully repelled the epidemic.”
So far this year, the sun has been blank, without sunspots, 76% of the time. That’s verging on the Space Age record set just last year in 2019 when the sun was blank 77% of the time. This means Solar Minimum is still underway despite recent signs of life from the next solar cycle. Stay tuned for more quiet. -spaceweather.com
Strongest EQ in Europe M3.9 Greece
Strongest EQ in North America M4.3 California
Strongest EQ on the Planet 5.1 Off the coast of Chile
Deepest EQ M5.3 497 km South of the Fiji Islands
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Sakura – Tokyo’s Ueno Park
Although cherry blossom viewing season has started, the outbreak of the new coronavirus has sobered those looking forward to drinking in the shadow of the pink spring flowers. Signs posted on March 21 at Tokyo’s Ueno Park, famed for its Sakura trees, warned that parties with alcohol are not allowed. The Tokyo metropolitan government has called on the public to refrain from holding drinking parties during the “hanami” cherry blossom viewing season to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. At Ueno Park, somei-yoshino cherry trees were half in bloom on March 21, and many visitors were wearing face masks as a precaution against infections.
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Spring Grand Sumo Tournament
Against a bizarre backdrop of an empty arena, Hakuho extended his record career championship total to 44, defeating fellow yokozuna Kakuryu on the final day of the Spring Grand Sumo Tournament here on March 22.
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Old Saying: “Give them an inch and they will take a mile.”
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