News Burst 25 November 2021
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- Newly elected Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson has announced her resignation just hours after making history as the country’s first woman premier. “I have told the speaker that I wish to resign as prime minister,” Andersson told reporters on Wednesday in Stockholm, after the coalition led by her Social Democratic Party unraveled. The 54-year-old Andersson is reportedly seeking new support after the Green Party quit the new ruling minority coalition in the wake of a budget defeat.
- Taking to Facebook on Wednesday as opponents of mandatory Covid inoculation rallied near the Ukrainian parliamentary building in Kiev, Dmitry Yarosh, an advisor to Lieutenant-General Valeriy Zaluzhny, said that the protests could be a false flag operation. “Friends, I don’t rule out that among these people paid and sent to the capital there are anti-vaxxers – an overwhelming minority – but the main purpose of this action is to prepare the ground for a large-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russian troops,” he said.
- One of America’s most exclusive universities has stained its reputation by hosting workshops on subjects far detached from academic excellence. In fact, the classes serve to teach us how far Western civilization is in decline. Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest and most prestigious university in the United States. Despite its humble origins (the Puritan clergyman John Harvard, upon his deathbed, bequeathed the fledgling college his estate and a 400-volume library), it has gone on to become a veritable superpower in the field of learning. Yet it looks as though it is willing to throw it all away just to appease the mob. For anyone who thinks that Harvard is simply too smart and snobbish, they’ve probably never heard of its annual ‘Sex Week’, an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord devoted to every perversity under the sun. This year’s gala festivities included 20 workshops, advertised under juvenile titles like, ‘My-dentity: BGLTQ Intimacy, Let’s Talk About Porn, Baby.’ If that doesn’t sound sufficiently scintillating, enjoy a donut and coffee at ‘What What in the Butt! Anal 101’. And… as if college campuses are not hazardous enough, filled as they are with various rites of initiation traditionally involving obscene amounts of alcohol, students can learn the subtle nuances of BDSM in a lecture called, I kid you not, ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’. ~ Robert Bridge
- Norway’s postal service has released a lavishy-produced advert depicting a homosexual relationship between Santa Claus and a man named Harry. Over several years, Santa visits ‘Harry,’ and the pair fall for each other. The advert ends with a passionate kiss between the two men, as Posten, the country’s postal service, handles Santa’s deliveries for the night.
- The recent documents from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), obtained by The New York Times and CNN, construct a detailed timeline of the lead up to Epstein’s death. Risk factors for suicide ‘specific to sex offenders’ as well more general risk factors were likely present, documents show. Epstein was also experiencing trouble sleeping and finding it challenging to adjust to the changes in his environment. The newly released documents come six days before the start of Epstein-associate Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial over criminal sex trafficking charges.
- While a US federal mandate for employers is currently tied up in litigation, Google has taken President Joe Biden’s advice on board and is implementing the requirement anyway. The company asked over 150,000 employees in the US to upload their vaccination status to an internal system by December 3, while any medical or religious exemptions must be filed earlier. Google requires any employees who will work directly or indirectly with government contracts to get jabbed, whether they work remotely or not. Hundreds of Google employees are opposing the company’s extensive Covid-19 vaccine mandate, complicating its efforts to move back to in-office work. A manifesto blasting the mandate has been signed by more than 600 employees, according to CNBC. In the document, the workers demand the tech firm present an alternate mandate that is “inclusive of all Googlers.”
- The Taliban plans to discuss American recognition of its interim government, the unfreezing of assets and Afghanistan’s reconstruction in upcoming talks with the US in Qatari capital Doha, the group’s spokesman has revealed. In an interview with Sputnik news agency on Wednesday, Suhail Shaheen said the militant group is open to having positive relations with the US going forward.
- Russia’s state energy giant Gazprom has announced that it will not begin the process of cutting off exports of gas to Moldova despite the Eastern European nation failing to settle up a multimillion dollar bill for its deliveries. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the firm’s spokesman, Sergey Kupriyanov, said that it had received a request from the country not to suspend its supplies despite the deadline to pay $74 million for its current consumption expiring earlier that day. According to him, an extension has been agreed “as an exception, showing goodwill and understanding of the difficult situation the citizens of the Republic of Moldova have found themselves in.” Under the deal, the country will have until next Friday to pay.
- The agreement between Germany’s Social Democrats, Free Democrats and the Greens includes provisions for decriminalizing marijuana consumption. It was confirmed on Wednesday by German news, who obtained the text of the document. Reports say that the government will set up a system of “controlled distribution of cannabis to adults” for recreational consumption through licenced shops. “The coalition wants to impose strict control of the product to ensure its quality and ‘protection of minors,’” the agreement says. The plan to ‘traffic light coalition’ to legalize recreational cannabis was leaked last week to German media by sources in all three parties. Medicinal marijuana has been legal in the EU since 2017.
- Russian underdog Ian Nepomniachtchi has spoken ahead of his World Championship Chess showdown against reigning king Magnus Carlsen, and will put their friendship aside for the clash with a $2 million prize fund up for grabs. Speaking at a press conference to promote the event in Dubai on Wednesday, Nepomniachtchi remarked: “Once you sit at the board, you have no friends”, when probed on his relationship with the Norwegian. More than just the prize money, set to be split 60-40, is at stake in the spectacle held at the Dubai Exhibition Centre from November 26 until December 14. As for Nepomniachtchi, a win would revive Russian chess after Soviet dominance in the 20th century.
- The US Department of Defense has ordered the establishment of a specialized group for detecting unidentified airborne objects, which will become a successor to the US Navy’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. According to Pentagon’s announcement, the new task force has been named the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) and will coordinate the US government’s efforts “to detect, identify and attribute objects of interests in Special Use Airspace (SUA), and to assess and mitigate any associated threats to safety of flight and national security.”
- The estate of J.R.R. Tolkien has won a legal battle against a new cryptocurrency that ripped off the fantasy author’s work and was endorsed by an actor from ‘The Lord of the Rings’. A panel from the Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) ruled that the domain name Jrrtoken.com, set up in August by Matthew Jensen, a developer from Florida, was “confusingly similar” to the trademark owned by the Tolkien estate. The estate said Jensen agreed to stop using the domain name and delete the infringing content from all relevant websites and social media accounts. “This was a particularly flagrant case of infringement, and the estate is pleased that it has been concluded on satisfactory terms,” the estate’s UK lawyer, Steven Maier, said in a statement.
- President Vladimir Putin has announced that he is among the first people to have been given Russia’s new pioneering Covid-19 vaccine, administered through the nose without a needle, as part of his re-immunization. The nasal formula was developed by Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute and is based on the country’s flagship Sputnik V vaccine.
- A US scientific team travelled to Costa Rica and discovered unique gut microbes allowing bees to digest dead animals’ meat instead of flower nectar. “These are the only bees in the world that have evolved to use food sources not produced by plants, which is a pretty remarkable change in dietary habits,” said University of California, Riverside entomologist Doug Yanega in a press release that was published on Tuesday.
- Possible evidence of a mysterious planet up to 10 times bigger than Earth, with a distant orbit around the Sun, has been unveiled by professor of astrophysics at Imperial College of London, Michael Rowan-Robinson. Aiming to prove – or rule out – the existence of another big planet beyond Neptune, the UK scientist decided to conduct a new analysis of data collected by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) in 1983. The astronomer has looked through some 250,000 point sources detected by the telescope, which took a far-infrared survey of 96% of the sky. Having analyzed the data, keeping in mind the hypothetical planet’s size and distance, “at the very limit of the survey,” he singled out a moving object that the satellite picked out on three occasions. The candidate for Planet 9 would be up to five times the mass of Earth, according to the IRAS data. Its orbital distance would be some 225 times farther than that of our planet, equaling about 33.7 billion kilometers (20.9 billion miles) from the Sun.
News Burst 25 November 2021 – Bonus IMG
It is around 2am on a crystal-clear night on the bridge of the Royal Australian Navy destroyer escort HMAS Derwent when Australian Navy serviceman Andrew Roberts and four other colleagues on night watch duty notice the cylindrical object hovering 500m off the ship’s port bridge wing. “I looked up and there was this long cylindrical silver object, about 20m long, with a heat-haze around it,” Andrew recalls.
“It was following the ship no more than 500m away. We could see it very clearly in the night sky. I called out to the officer-of-the-watch and five of us all looked up at this thing for at least a good minute. “As we watched it suddenly instantly accelerated and then disappeared into the distance. The acceleration was amazing, instantaneous. It just disappeared in the blink of an eye.” It was 1992; the destroyer was headed back to its home base of HMAS Stirling in WA after an ‘up-Top’ Asian deployment. Andrew was a sonar technician onboard at the time, but he would later qualify to become one of the elites of the Australian Navy’s special forces – a Navy Clearance diver.
Australian military witnesses speak out about their UFO encounters, saying what US Navy witnesses said:
“Not of this world”
These are peaceful Galactic Federation Crafts who have allowed themselves to be documented for disclosure. ~ Kabamur
Image: Cigar UFO over Gauteng, South Africa
News Burst 25 November 2021 – Bonus Video
Port Saint Lucie, FL
What kind of secret military program flies a Triangle Craft, fully lit and upright, by a group of witnesses with cameras? “Flying Black Triangle with 3 yellow lights. Craft flew just over tree top level. Craft flew awkwardly as an upright triangle.”
News Burst 25 November 2021 – Bonus Video
The santuario Basilica Madonna della Corona is boldly set on a cliff side, about 760 meters from the ground, from where it overlooks the Adige Valley, this river that flows not far from Verona.
News Burst 25 November 2021 – Earthquakes
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