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  • Some news reports suggest the Taliban are already hunting for one of the country’s most famous caches; the so-called “Bactrian Treasure” is a collection of more than 20,000 artifacts, many made of gold, that were found in 2,000-year-old graves at a site called Tillya Tepe in 1978. The treasure was kept in the National Museum of Afghanistan and was on display at the presidential palace, but reports indicate that its present location is unknown. Other archaeological remains that could be threatened by the Taliban include Mes Aynak, a Buddhist city that flourished around 1,600 years ago. The city was located along the iconic Silk Road and was used for both trade and worship; numerous ancient Buddhist monasteries and other ancient Buddhist artifacts are buried there.

 

  • Lithuania made it mandatory for its citizens to obtain national COVID-19 certificates in order to avail certain services. People who have recovered from COVID in the last 180 days, have tested negative for coronavirus, or have been fully vaccinated are eligible for the ‘Opportunity Pass’. The Digital COVID Certificate issued by the European Union is also valid. People without such certifications will be prohibited from entering non-essential goods stores, major shopping malls, and marketplaces larger than 1,500 square metres. They would also be barred from beauty salons, gyms, and events with more than 500 attendees. People without national certificates, on the other hand, will still be permitted to visit stores and markets that offer food, veterinary products, animal feeds, pharmacies, as well as stores that sell vision correction products, orthopaedic products, fertilisers, seeds and plants.

 

  • The head of the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus faces a call for prosecution over his alleged involvement in directing security forces in his Ethiopian homeland. The Times of London reports an American economist nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, David Steinman, accused the 55-year-old career bureaucrat of being one of three officials in control of the Ethiopian security services from 2013 to 2015. The Times says Steinman, an economist and campaigner nominated for the peace prize last year, lodged the complaint at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. He alleged Tedros “was a crucial decision maker in relation to security service actions that included killing, arbitrarily detaining and torturing Ethiopians.” The complaint to prosecutors at the ICC comes after General Berhanu Jula, Ethiopia’s army chief of staff, called last month for the WHO leader to resign. He accused him of trying to procure weapons for the Tigray region, where the Ethiopian army is fighting local forces.

 

  • Our understanding of the first seconds of our Universe’s existence is little more than an informed guess, based on inference and extrapolation. “Yet these first moments are the key to many of our most urgent and enduring cosmic mysteries,” cosmologist Dan Hooper at the University of Chicago told The Daily Galaxy. “Understanding this era,” he adds, “is essential to understanding our universe.” In 2019, NASA selected a new space mission, SPHEREx, that will deliver an unprecedented map of the cosmos containing ‘fingerprints’ from the first moments in the universe’s history, said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate. “And we’ll have new clues to one of the greatest mysteries in science: What made the universe expand so quickly less than a nanosecond after the big bang?”

 

  • Last week, Michael Sussmann, a former attorney in a law firm that represented Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, was indicted for allegedly lying to the FBI in 2016 about the capacity in which he was providing allegations of cyber links between Russia’s Alfa Bank and former US President Donald Trump’s Trump Organisation. Jake Sullivan, national security adviser in the Biden administration, may be guilty of perjury in connection with the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign’s ploy to push the Trump-Russia collusion story to the FBI. Sullivan, who served as Clinton’s chief foreign policy adviser during her second failed presidential bid, was identified by his campaign position last week when Michael A. Sussmann, a partner at Perkins Coie, a law firm representing the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC), was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of making false statements to the FBI about a “secret communications channel” between then-presidential candidate Donald Trump and a Russian bank in 2016.

 

  • On Friday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed the release of “the two Michaels” – Kovrig and Spavor – from China. The two Canadian citizens were accused of espionage by Beijing – something that Ottawa denied. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) joined many other Canadians in welcoming two fellow citizens, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, back home after they were released from China. The gesture prompted some cackles online due to the irony of a spy agency welcoming people who were accused by Beijing of espionage, especially given that Canada actively denied these accusations. “Welcome home, #Michaels”, CSIS tweeted, using the viral hashtag dedicated to the release of the two. “CSIS joins all Canadians in welcoming you back to Canada”. Even though the greeting by CSIS does not automatically make someone a spy, users still laughed about the optics that the tweet could imply.

 

  • Pimp Andrews lawyers have accepted a lawsuit from Virginia Giuffre, who claims that she was forced to have sex with the Duke of York on at least three occasions, including when she was an underage girl. Her lawyers claimed that Prince Andrew has been hiding in his mansion, preventing them from serving papers on him. Jeffrey Epstein’s past court settlement with Virginia Giuffre won’t save Prince Andrew from court, the Daily Mail has reported, citing two sources. Last week, the royal’s lawyer, Andrew Brettler, made a statement during a court hearing in the US, saying that the Duke of York may be immune from a civil lawsuit Mrs Giuffre filed against him in August due to the settlement Epstein and the woman struck in 2009. However, insiders have argued to the contrary.

 

  • Up to 15,000 Haitian citizens waded across the Rio Grande from Mexico to the US this month, founding a squatter camp under a road overpass in the town of Del Rio, Texas, and prompting a major political row between the White House and Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Paul Ratje’s photos taken at the Mexican-US border in Del Rio, Texas, have been seized upon by top members of the ruling Democratic Party and some journalists.

 

  • Earlier this week, the US Department of Justice announced that a 20-year-old Afghan national had been charged with attempting to forcefully engage in a sexual act with a minor at the Fort McCoy base. Netizens are now venting their fury toward the Biden administration for its handling of ensuring safety at the US Army’s Fort Bliss base in New Mexico.

 

  • A strange black shape in Loch Ness has been caught on 4K footage by a drone. At least five other sightings of the famous monster have been reported since the beginning of this year. Camper Richard Mavor was canoeing in the area back in August and shooting videos for his YouTube channel. When he uploaded the video, some viewers spotted a strange thing lurking in the water near the bank of the lake at 3:54.
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News Burst 26 September 2021 - Musk UFO

“There are UFOs”

A few days after after Elon Musk said “there are UFOs”, he posts an interesting photo showing what appears to be a Fleet.
Reflections of lights don’t usually have shadows under them showing depth.

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News Burst 26 September 2021 Sulfur Dioxide Gas Over Europe

Sulfur Dioxide Gas Over Europe

Acid rain caused by sulfur dioxide gas spewing from the volcano in Spain’s Canary Islands of La Palma has reached Europe. Lava flows from the Cumbre Vieja volcano is releasing thousands of tons of sulfur dioxide gas into the atmosphere, and mixing with clouds will fall downwind towards France and the Mediterranean basin. The volcanic eruption emits between 7,997 and 10,665 tons of sulfur dioxide per day and may last between one and three months. Areas downwind are at risk of acid rain, posing health issues for humans and animals by aggravating pre-existing respiratory illnesses. There’s also the risk it may damage crops and contaminate drinking water.

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News Burst 26 September 2021 Wilhelm Reich

Wilhelm Reich

Wilhelm Reich (24 March 1897 – 3 November 1957) was an Austrian doctor of medicine and a psychoanalyst, along with being a member of the second generation of analysts after Sigmund Freud.The author of several influential books, most notably The Impulsive Character (1925), Character Analysis (1933), and The Mass Psychology of Fascism (1933), he became known as one of the most radical figures in the history of psychiatry. After graduating in medicine from the University of Vienna in 1922, Reich became deputy director of Freud’s outpatient clinic, the Vienna Ambulatorium. He moved to New York in 1939, after having accepted a position as Assistant Professor at the New School of Social Research. In 1940 he started building orgone accumulators, modified Faraday cages that he claimed were beneficial for cancer patients. He claimed that his laboratory cancer mice had had remarkable positive effects from being kept in a Faraday cage, so he built human-size versions, where one could sit inside. This led to newspaper stories about “sex boxes” that cured cancer. Following two critical articles about him in The New Republic and Harper’s in 1947, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration obtained an injunction against the interstate shipment of orgone accumulators and associated literature, believing they were dealing with a “fraud of the first magnitude”. Charged with contempt in 1956 for having violated the injunction, Reich was sentenced to two years imprisonment, and that summer over six tons of his publications were burned by order of the court.He died in prison of heart failure just over a year later, days before he was due to apply for parole.

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