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  • “Today’s world is a far cry from the one 40 or 50 years ago. The Cold War is long gone!” the spokesperson for the Chinese Embassy in London said, stressing the importance of partnership in the face of global challenges, including the CVD pandemic. “British diplomacy, if following the Cold War playbook, will get nowhere.”


  • Paul Rusesabagina, whose efforts to shelter more than 1,000 people during the 1994 genocide in Central Africa inspired the movie ‘Hotel Rwanda’, should face life in prison instead of the 25-year sentence he received for terrorism charges, a Rwandan prosecutor has told a court. Rusesabagina managed the Hotel des Mille Collines in the Rwandan capital of Kigali, where many members of the Tutsi ethnic minority found shelter during some 100 days of ethnic cleansing by Hutu extremists. The 1994 genocide saw more than 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus killed.


  • Seven hundred passengers had an unexpected end to their 14-day Caribbean voyage over the weekend, when their cruise ship refused to return to the US. The Crystal Symphony cruise liner veered off course on Saturday, heading for the Bahamian island of Bimini instead of returning to Miami, after a US judge ordered its seizure due to $4.6 million in unpaid fuel bills. Crystal Symphony’s parent company, Crystal Cruises, announced earlier last week that it had suspended operations and was entering liquidation.


  • Language has become the main terrain on which the culture wars sweeping the Western world are played out. Arguably, just about every word and phrase can become an unexpected target of linguistic policing. Who would have imagined that it would no longer be acceptable to use words like “grandfather,” “spirit animal,” “brown bags,” “cakewalk,” “jerry-rigged,” “Sherpa,” “mantra,” “totem pole,” or “housekeeping”? These are just some of the entries on a long list of problematic words and phrases contained in the Inclusive Language Guide published by the University of Washington. Big Tech has wholeheartedly embraced linguistic imperialism. Just recently, Microsoft Word has announced that it will add an ‘inclusive language checker’ to its programme. In effect, this tool aims to ensure that even in your private communication you keep in line with the dogma of inclusion. Always hovering in the background, the language checker aims to ensure that you can never revert back to the traditional language of common sense. Lexical imperialism is not just about changing language. Nor is it just about changing reality. Ultimately, it seeks to control your mind. ~ Frank Furedi


  • On Monday, the British High Court granted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange permission to appeal against his extradition to the US. His legal team had petitioned the court to allow him to challenge the extradition decision on points of law of general public importance. It was ruled that Assange’s application to certify a point of law was legitimate. The case will now be reviewed by the UK Supreme Court.


  • [Always “rules for thee but not for me”] Dr. Anthony Fauci has been one of the lead advocates for Covid-19 vaccinations and boosters, but he admitted that varying vaccination rates across the country will not significantly affect Omicron infection rates in the US. Some areas, however, may face “a bit more pain and suffering with hospitalizations in those areas of the country that have not been fully vaccinated or have not gotten boosters.” The infectious disease expert said the exact “durability” of a third mRNA booster or a “second shot boost” of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is unknown, but he claims a “third shot boost” will have more durability and “protection against severe disease.”


  • A pair of Indonesian fishermen have been fined NT$100,000 (US$3,610) each by Taiwanese health authorities for leaving their quarantine hotel rooms for just over a minute. The men had arrived in Taiwan by plane on November 15, 2020 and checked into a quarantine facility. On the evening of November 22, they left their rooms to buy some food. Since they failed to pay in time, officials announced on Monday that they owed NT$270,000 ($9,700) in fines and room fees. Their employer eventually paid the sum on behalf of the two men.


  • Israel did not deny using “advanced technology” to track the population, and rejected allegations that the practice was illegal. An Israeli minister has denied reports that police illegally used Pegasus surveillance software to spy on the country’s own citizens, calling the “central claim” – that the practice was illegal – “not true.” The Israeli newspaper Calcalist claimed that police had been using the spyware since 2013 to carry out surveillance on citizens “who were not criminals or suspects.”


  • Majid Takht Ravanchi, Iran’s ambassador and permanent representative to the UN, confirmed on Sunday that the country has had its voting rights restored after its membership fees were paid. The suspended voting rights should be back in place on Monday. The $18 million was paid by South Korea with Iranian assets, which were frozen due to US sanctions. There is currently over $7 billion in Iranian oil shipment payments frozen in two South Korean banks, according to AFP. Iran’s voting rights had been suspended earlier this month, along with multiple other countries, over unpaid membership dues. The Islamic Republic had said that US sanctions were making it difficult to keep up with UN payments, and their voting rights were previously suspended last year. Tehran has said the money in South Korea is being held “hostage,” while Seoul would not confirm how much of the $7 billion remains after this week’s UN payment.


  • Late last year, another theory emerged. Havana Syndrome was “a mass psychogenic illness,” a group of US scientists decided. It was, they said, an example of the “nocebo effect,” the opposite of the placebo effect. In this, expectations of something negative happening to one’s health causes something negative to happen. After the initial incident in Cuba, US diplomats were told to look out for “anomalous health” issues, and as a result they started feeling them. In effect, it was all in their heads. “In a new intelligence assessment, the CIA has ruled out that the mysterious symptoms known as Havana Syndrome are the result of a sustained global campaign by a hostile power aimed at hundreds of US diplomats and spies, six people briefed on the matter told NBC News.


  • Thanks to the warm current the Gulf Stream, areas adjacent to it, such as coastal Norway and Russia’s Kola Peninsula, have a milder climate than other regions at the same geographical latitude, enjoying much warmer winters and access to ice-free ports. The Gulf Stream, a system of warm currents in the North Atlantic Ocean stretching from Florida to the Scandinavian Peninsula, the Svalbard archipelago, and the Arctic Ocean, has become significantly stronger, a joint crew of Norwegian researchers have concluded. “The flow of water has increased quite evenly”, Lars Henrik Smedsrud, a professor at the University of Bergen and a researcher at the Bjerknes Centre, told national broadcaster NRK. “This means that the Gulf Stream into the Nordic seas has become stronger”.


  • Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) wants answers on Hunter Biden’s travel while his father, Joe Biden, was vice president. The senator says there is a lack of documentation on his travel in the years 2010, 2011, and 2013, leading the GOP lawmaker to accuse the Secret Service of covering for the younger Biden. In an interview on “Fox and Friends”, Grassley observed that, The information gap led some Republican senators to compose a letter to the director of the Secret Service, James Murray, over a lack of transparency. Grassley believes that the oversight powers granted to Congress in the US Constitution should prevent documents from being redacted.


  • Tensions around Ukraine are on the rise as NATO puts its troops on standby amid Western media claims about Russia’s alleged military buildup near its borders and preparations for “an invasion”. Moscow denies the allegations, pointing to its sovereign right to deploy forces within its own territory and NATO’s ongoing eastward expansion.


  • 2020 saw several Democrat-controlled city councils across the US vote to cut their police department budgets in response to the Black Lives Matter “Defund the Police” campaign. Crime has since reportedly soared in some of those areas. A US gun violence monitor says there were over 5,000 more fatal shootings during Joe Biden’s first year in office than under former US President Donald Trump in 2017. The sharp rise has prompted school student gun control group March For Our Lives (M4OL) to demand Biden stop the bloodshed. Figures from the Gun Violence Archive (GVA) show the total number of murders, justifiable self-defence homicides and accidental deaths involving firearms was 20,783 in 2021, compared to 15,727 in 2017 when Trump took office — a difference of 32 percent.


  • “The computer chip maker paid $50,000 to the Washington, D.C., firm Kountoupes Denham Carr & Reid to lobby Congress on issues related to the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and the Olympics. Intel joins fellow Olympics sponsor Coca-Cola in lobbying Congress on the Uyghur Act, which requires American companies to prove that goods procured from China’s Xinjiang province do not rely on the forced labor of Chinese Uyghurs.” “Semiconductor manufacturing has grown at a much slower rate in the U.S. than in other places around the world, particularly East Asia, in part because it costs 30% more to build and operate a fab over 10 years….” ~ Seton Motley


  • Russia’s intention to deploy warships in marine exercises off the Irish coast has come under fire from Dublin, with the nation’s foreign minister arguing they are a step too far when tensions across Europe are so high. Speaking to reporters on Monday in Brussels, Simon Coveney said he had warned the Russian ambassador that the training exercises were not “welcomed” by the Irish government. More than 140 warships and support vessels and around 10,000 troops are expected to take part. “Russia, under the International Law of the Sea, can of course undertake military exercises in international waters, but it’s the fact that they’re choosing to do it on the western borders, if you like, of the EU off the Irish coast,” Coveney continued.


  • David Fincher’s cult-classic ‘Fight Club’ has seen an official online release in China on the Tencent Video streaming platform. In the Chinese version the ending is completely cut out and the viewer is instead informed that the police saved the day and stopped all the bombs from exploding. All of this is delivered in a simple caption that reads: “Through the clue provided by Tyler, the police rapidly figured out the whole plan and arrested all criminals, successfully preventing the bomb from exploding. After the trial, Tyler was sent to lunatic asylum receiving psychological treatment. He was discharged from the hospital in 2012.” Most Chinese viewers seem to have already seen ‘Fight Club’ before, and after screenshots of the new ending went viral on Chinese social media.


  • Emirates, the Dubai-based airline renowned for its high standards and modern fleet of aircraft, is facing a PR nightmare after former flight attendants went to the media claiming that the company forces staff to lose weight. Staff weight monitoring apparently came under the ‘Appearance Management Program,’ which is headed up by image officers who ensure Emirates was living up to its “glamorous” reputation. Flight attendants were given two weeks to lose the weight before being “checked” again by monitors. One former HR business partner, who wished to remain anonymous, claimed that staff would even face pay cuts if they were unable to shed the required pounds.
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A Russian satellite captured the scale of the devastation from space, showing an island completely obliterated. NASA said the eruption, which devastated Tonga and sent tsunami waves as far as California, was “hundreds of times” more powerful than the atomic bomb that flattened Hiroshima in 1945.

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In October, Trump announced plans to launch a new media company that will “stand up to the tyranny of Big Tech.” App Store currently lists February 21 as the date that Trump’s new social media app, Truth Social, will be available to download.

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Runes carry crypted knowledge, in order for a rune to be decoded, it has to be paired with a rune prior and rune after.
Runes were made in the first place so that the parasites would not be able to read the sacred knowledge. Same ancient runes, written by the same folk, except different time periods. ~ awakenspecies

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