News Burst 25 July 2022
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- If it wasn’t apparent already, a serious battle for influence and political dominance has opened up between major powers across the South Pacific. Although depicting China as the aggressor or expansionist, the US and Australia nominally see this region as a strategic ‘backyard’. Having won military dominance over the Pacific in the Second World War, Washington, and by extension, Canberra, understand unbridled dominance over these island nations as a prerequisite to their own global hegemony. It is a publicly stated ambition of US foreign policy to prevent China, now seen as its largest geopolitical opponent, from attaining military parity over the ‘first’ and ‘second’ island chains of the Pacific – if America lost primacy over them, it would lose its ability to project power into Asia at large.
- China’s C919 narrow-body jet, the country’s first domestically designed commercial passenger aircraft, is nearing certification, having successfully passed test-flight tasks, state-owned manufacturer Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (COMAC) said on its official social media account on Saturday, as cited by Reuters. The first C919 is expected to be delivered to state-owned China Eastern Airlines in August. The airline placed an order for five C919 jets back in March 2021.
- Japan’s nuclear regulator has given its final approval to a controversial plan to release over 1.3 million tons of water stored at the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, triggering a harsh response from its neighbor China over unpredictable consequences for the environment. “The disposal of nuclear-contaminated water in Fukushima could affect the global marine environment and the public health of Pacific-rim countries. It is by no means a private matter for Japan,” Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Wang Wenbin said in response to the Friday decision. “If Japan insists on putting its own interests above the public interest of the international community and insists on taking the dangerous step, it will surely pay the price for its irresponsible behavior and leave a stain in history,” he added.
- “If I renounced my beliefs, and if I agreed to stay silent, and if I stayed home and took it easy, if I announced that I was not going to run any longer for political office, the persecution of Donald Trump would immediately stop,” the former president said on Friday night at a rally in Arizona. “You know that, right? They would go on to the next victim.” Trump was quick to add that he won’t bow out of politics, saying, “That’s not what I do. I can’t do that. I can’t do that. I can’t do that because I love this country, and I love you. I’m doing it for you, and it’s my honor to do it.”
- Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence claimed on Saturday to have arrested “a network of agents” from Israel who were allegedly preparing “sabotage and terrorist operations.” The arrests were announced hours after Israel said its own agents had interrogated an Iranian military official on Iranian territory. The agents had reportedly entered the country from the Kurdistan region, and were found in possession of communications equipment and explosives. The Israelis were allegedly collaborating with the People’s Mujahedin Organization of Iran, a militant group that opposes Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s rule. The Israeli prime minister’s office, which oversees Mossad, declined to comment when contacted by the Jerusalem Post.
- A “security spillover” from worsening relations between the collective West and Russia has put on ice many initiatives vital to the environment and wellbeing of native populations in the Arctic, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned on Friday. However, Russia still hopes that the Arctic Council will resume normal operations in the near future.Russia currently chairs the council, an inter-governmental forum established in 1996 to address the issues of the northern polar region. In early March, however, all of its other members – the US, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – suspended their participation, citing the conflict in Ukraine. “This is the first time this has happened in the Arctic Council’s 25 year-existence, even though many member countries over this period took part in numerous military interventions in various parts of the world,” Korchunov added.
- The unidentified Saudi citizen was referred to prosecutors for “facilitating the entry of a non-Muslim journalist” into Mecca, local police announced late Friday, as reported by the state-run Saudi Press Agency. He’s accused of helping veteran Israeli television reporter Gil Tamary, who filmed himself visiting a key site on the hajj pilgrimage route and posted the 10-minute video on social media earlier this week. The footage also aired on Israel’s Channel 13, stoking outrage among many Muslims. “Pointing out that entry to Mecca is prohibited for non-Muslims and the wrongdoers will be dealt with legally, the Mecca police asked all visitors who travel to Saudi Arabia to observe the laws of this country, especially the laws related to the two holy shrines,” the Saudi agency said. “Ignoring these laws is unforgivable, and the wrongdoers will be dealt with seriously.” Tamary’s footage showed the reporter visiting Mount Arafat, where Muslims gather to pray at the climax of the hajj each year. The site marks the location where the Prophet Muhammad delivered his final sermon nearly 1,400 years ago.
- The Long March-5B carrier rocket with the Wentian laboratory module for China’s Tiangong orbital station was launched on Sunday from the Wenchang Space Launch Site on Hainan as broadcast by China Central Television. The launch took place at 14:22 local time (06:22 GMT). The laboratory module Wentian consists of three parts: the working compartment, the airlock compartment, and the resource compartment. As of now, Wentian, which is 17.9 meters (55.7 feet) long, has a maximum diameter of 4.2 meters and a launch weight of 23 tons, is the largest spacecraft launched by China. The Mengtian research module is also expected to dock to the Tiangong station this year.
- Porton Down is a fortified site in Wiltshire, England, which is rife with UFO ties. In 1916, the BB Down was founded. Biological and chemical weapons testing was done there. As an inducement to participate in testing, the military provided service members with around £2 and three days off. Few military personnel realized the purpose of their volunteer work, and some were even told it was to find a treatment for the common cold. 20,000 people have participated in tests there since the conclusion of WWII. Its reputation as the most hush-hush military base in the country even led “UFO believers” to allege that the bodies of aliens were taken there in 1974 after their craft crashed in Wales. As time progressed, more and more data surfaced and suggested that the “UFO landing” was really a sophisticated hologram-driven experiment designed to determine the extent to which the military personnel in the forest could have their minds meddled. “Mind-control, in other words.” ~ JournalNews
- Kabul is in the middle of a horrifying drug addiction epidemic where even dogs are hooked on heroin and bodies of overdosed Afghans litter the streets. Haunting images have emerged showing the rampant drug addiction plaguing thousands in the capital after years of war and the return of the Taliban. The growing numbers of addicts are found living in parks and sewage drains, under bridges, and on open hillsides in Kabul. Drug addiction has long been a huge problem in Afghanistan – the world’s biggest producer of opium and heroin and now a major source of meth.
- An article by the New York Times caused an uproar among Twitterians, since many users suggested it looked like the newspaper was backing the idea of eating other people. The piece, named “A Taste for Cannibalism?” was published by Alex Beggs on Saturday in the NYT Style section. While it is dedicated to the representation of cannibalism in the modern culture, some readers were shocked to see a serious article suggesting that cannibalism “has a time and a place.”
- A House Intelligence Committee member has warned Americans to refrain from excessively sharing their DNA due to the possibility that their genetic information could be used for bioweapons targeting specific groups, Fox News reported. According to Democratic Representative Jason Crow, far too many young people are willing to share their genetic information with private companies. “You can’t have a discussion about this without talking about privacy and the protection of commercial data because expectations of privacy have degraded over the last 20 years,” he said at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado on Friday. Republican Senator Joni Ernst, echoed Crow’s sentiment and claimed that the technology may be used by US adversaries to target livestock and trigger famine. Additionally, Ernst asserted, enemies of the US are exploring the possibility of pairing AI and drone technology for the battlefield.
News Burst 25 July 2022 – Bonus IMG
A Filipino baby and her family inside a Human Zoo in New York (Coney Island), US, 1906. Human zoos were once very common in the Western world, especially between 1870 and 1940. It also known as ethnological exposition, were public displays of people, usually in a so-called “natural” or “primitive” state.
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Mysterious Red Glow
In 2014, similar phenomenon was ostensibly spotted by a passenger who was on board a jet that was en route from Hong Kong to Anchorage, Alaska. The passenger claimed that during the flight, they noticed a range of deep red glowing lights that were “much larger in size than your average city or group of boats”. Netizens have scratched their heads as they reacted to photos of a “mysterious red glow” seen by a pilot over the Atlantic and shared on the US social news and content rating website Reddit. The images were posted by the user nicknamed u/mohiemen, who wrote in the caption that the pilot “says he’s never seen anything like it.” There was no word on the make of the aircraft and on what country the pilot was from.
News Burst 25 July 2022 – Bonus Video
The solar panels in the middle of the highway have a bicycle path underneath – cyclists are protected from the sun, isolated from traffic.
News Burst 25 July 2022 – Bonus Video
Etchilhampton Hill nr Devizes, Wiltshire 24 July 2022
This is an Arcturian design depicting Arcturian Crafts.
And it also looks like a Freemasonry symbol.
Arcturians understand the negative association and wouldn’t share without reason.
Symbols and occult info is neutral. Every group has been co-opted. ~ Kabamur
News Burst 25 July 2022 – Bonus Video
A ray of light descends on the “Temple of Seti I”, also known as the “Great Temple of Abydos”.
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Beyond The Ice Wall
The photographs were taken in 1912 in Antartica by Captain Robert Scott and his crew. However, the photos were classified as soon as they returned to their base and reported the results. Scott and his crew were then reported missing. Since then, it has been a restricted area, with only a few governments around the world allowed to conduct limited research.
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