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  • The privately-owned International UFO Institute, which was established in the Japanese prefecture of Fukushima in the summer of 2021, shared the results of its first year of operations on Saturday. The institute is headed by Takeharu Mikami, the editor-in-chief of Mu magazine (which covers supernatural phenomena and occult mysteries), and operates in Fukushima’s Iinomachi district. The area has long been famous for UFO encounters around Senganmori mountain. Mikami told journalists that his researchers have so far registered 452 UFO-like sightings over the past year – 125 of which are backed by photos, and 24 others by videos. All of the materials have been analyzed with the use of special software to ensure they are not fake, Mikami said.

 

  • She was killed with the muriatic acid that made her swallow a People & Baby kindergarten teacher, who didn’t want to hear her cry. This is how an 11-month-old girl died in Lyon, the city where her Italian father moved to work from Torre Boldone, in the province of Bergamo. The 27-year-old assistant admitted that he had wet the little girl with a cleaning product, a drain cleaner, and then poured it down her throat.

 

  • EU leaders will today discuss how to respond to soaring energy prices and the threat of a total cut-off of Russian gas, accusing Moscow of “weaponizing” energy via a supply squeeze that Germany warned could partly shut down its industry this winter.

 

  • Finland’s flag carrier Finnair has reportedly become the latest casualty of the sanctions war between Russia and the West. The airline suffered heavy financial losses due to the forced necessity to fly around Russia, after the country closed its airspace in retaliation to Western sanctions. Since the beginning of 2022, the operating loss of one of the world’s oldest airlines amounted to €133 million, of which €51 million in expenses fell on fuel costs, the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reports.

 

  • The U.S. units of major European lenders including Deutsche Bank, Barclays and Credit Suisse sailed through the Federal Reserve’s annual ‘stress tests’, showing they hold enough capital to weather an economic shock.

 

  • The chief of the Russian space agency, Dmitry Rogozin, has said that he believes in the existence of extraterrestrial life that might be more intelligent and technologically advanced than humanity. Aliens may also be studying the civilizations of Earth while staying unnoticed, he told Rossiya 24 on Saturday. Thousands of factors could have contributed to the emergence of life anywhere in the universe, Rogozin said, adding that humanity’s ability to study space remains limited. “there might be other worlds … as well as innumerable factors that could contribute to the emergence of life, including an intelligent one.”

 

  • From Silicon Valley shares to U.S. and European government bonds, securities that are already under heavy pressure stand to lose a major buyer as Switzerland ends its long-standing policy of recycling euros and dollars into foreign markets.

 

  • British consumers cut back on shopping in May in the face of fast-rising inflation, and a measure of their confidence sank to a record low this month, according to data that underscored the scale of the cost-of-living squeeze. About two fifths of Asda customers are buying less and swapping branded items for own-brand products where possible, the supermarket chain said.

 

  • GLAAD, a mainstream corporate-backed NGO which “advocates” for the rights of LGBT people, released a statement in March regarding Ukraine and Russia. It argues that “The Russian invasion of Ukraine is built on the demonization and persecution against the LGBTQ community and has a disproportionate impact on LGBTQ people in Ukraine, who had just started to experience visibility and equality.” Ukrainian presidential aide Alexey Arestovich has recently been accused of homophobia for stating that he views LGBT folk as “people with deviations.” He also positioned himself as vehemently opposed to what he called “gay propaganda.” Which basically means his point-of-view aligns with a 2013 Russian law that was aggressively derided in the West, by celebrities, politicians and other figures.

 

  • Afghanistan does not have enough medical supplies to treat the injured from an earthquake that killed 1,000 people this week, a senior official said.

 

  • Disgraced British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has been placed on suicide watch without justification, her attorney stated on Saturday. “If Ms. Maxwell remains on suicide watch, is prohibited from reviewing legal materials prior to sentencing, becomes sleep deprived, and is denied sufficient time to meet with and confer with counsel, we will be formally moving on Monday for an adjournment,” Bobbi Sternheim, a lawyer for Maxwell, said in the letter to the judge presiding over the case.

 

  • Speaking at a press conference two days after attending a meeting between the 27 EU leaders and six heads of government from the West Balkans, Vucic claimed the Balkans “were not important that day” for the EU, as the bloc is “completely at war with Russia” and its priority was to provide Ukraine and Moldova with EU candidate status. “Viktor Orban [Hungarian prime minister] said that in the economic sense, Serbia and Montenegro are much more ready to be part of the EU than some other countries. But who cares?” Vucic remarked.
    He explained that Serbia is now in a difficult position due to the pressure to join EU members in imposing sanctions on Russia.

 

  • A bipartisan package of modest gun safety measures passed the U.S. Senate even as the Supreme Court broadly expanded gun rights by ruling Americans have a constitutional right to carry handguns in public for self-defense.

 

  • Thousands took to the streets of Madrid on Sunday to protest the upcoming NATO summit. Carrying modern-day Spanish flags, banners of the old Spanish Republic, demonstrators chanted ‘No NATO’ and ‘NATO Bases – Out’ as they marched along Paseo del Prado Boulevard. The protesters were joined by allies from other countries, including a group from Greece, and South Koreans carrying banners reading “Disband NATO, a vehicle of imperialist war!” and “Oppose South Korea Joining NATO!”

 

  • Tamara Lanier accusing Harvard University of the monetization of photographic images of her great-great-great grandfather, an enslaved African man named Renty, and his daughter Delia. Massachusetts’ highest court ruled that Harvard University can be sued for mistreating a descendant of slaves who were forced to be photographed in 1850 for a study by a professor trying to prove the inferiority of Black people.

 

  • “Compare how great America was just two years ago with the way it is today. Today it’s not doing too good. There was no inflation, the war with Russia going into Ukraine would never have happened, ever. And it didn’t happen, did it. We had $1.87 per gallon gasoline. We had energy independence and very soon we were going to be dominant with energy,” Trump said, speaking in Mendon, Illinois Saturday in a rally endorsing his picks for Congress and the governor’s race. “We were leaving Afghanistan with dignity and strength, not surrender and death. We had a completely rebuilt military with the addition of something that hasn’t been done in 78 years, that’s the addition of Space Force…We had the biggest tax cuts ever in the history of our country. We had job numbers of a 164 million people working, that’s far more than we do today,” Trump boasted. Calling Joe Biden the “worst president in the history of our country,” Trump characterized his opponent as a combination of Jimmy Carter and early Depression-era president Herbert Hoover, and claimed that in just two years the US has lost its greatness. “It is a nation in decline. I hate to say this to you. A nation that has the highest inflation in over 40 years, and likewise has the highest energy costs in its history,” Trump said. “It’s a nation that is begging Venezuela and Saudi Arabia for oil…It’s a nation that has weaponized its law enforcement against the opposing political party like never before. It’s a nation that no longer has a free press or a fair press. Fake news is all you get, and they are the enemy of the people. It’s a nation where free speech is no longer allowed, where crime is rampant, where the economy is collapsing…And perhaps most importantly a nation that over the past two years is no longer respected or listened to around the world. It is a nation that in many ways has become a joke,” he said.

 

  • Sales of Juul e-cigarettes were blocked by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in a major blow to the once high-flying firm whose products have been tied to a surge in teenage vaping.
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Martian Surface

A peculiar development was spotted on the surface of Mars thanks to the High Resolution Imaging Experiment (HiRISE) camera installed aboard the NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. A photo taken on 30 March this year shows a swathe of Martian soil covered with what looks like white zigzag lines with several bluish splotches between them. Researchers at University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory – research center responsible for building and operating the HiRISE – have explained in a statement that it is water ice frozen in the planet’s soil that “splits the ground into polygons”, as “both water and dry ice have a major role in sculpting Mars’ surface at high latitudes”. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UArizona

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Tibetan Mastiff Protects Old Wolf So He Can Eat!

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Meteorological Radars

Meteorological radars detect this 300 km anomaly, this morning of 06/24/22 at 04:22 am in Guanajuato Mexico.

These radar anomalies are showing cloaked Pleiadian motherships, just like many crop circles. ~ Kabamur

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NASA, Jupiter’s Dolphin

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Chiang Mai Province

A mahout pretends to drown: an elephant runs to save him.

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