News Burst 27 November 2021
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- A “dormant” UK transport department website has been deleted after it displayed explicit pornography instead of traffic statistics and business development charts. It is not clear whether the site was hacked. The department’s charts website, which was hosted at the subdomain “charts.dft.gov.uk,” was found to link to adult material on Thursday. The site reportedly usually features business plan statements and data on a number of government services, including information on driving tests, public transport users, and summary figures on speeding fines.
- Antidepressant use is through the roof, we’re told, absent any context as to why people may be depressed – a pandemic that robbed them of their loved ones, jobs, and rights, for example. But Big Pharma always worked this way. Nearly one in five Americans take antidepressant drugs on a regular basis – a shocking figure when one considers the heavy physiological burden these drugs place on patients – and almost 70% take at least one prescription drug.
- A mining accident in Siberia has killed more than 50 people, including six rescue workers, Russian media have reported citing preliminary data from emergency services, with all the missing persons presumed dead. The deadly accident at the Listvyazhskaya mine located in Russia’s Siberian region of Kuzbass unfolded early on Thursday. The mine was filled with thick smoke after reports of an explosion of one of its ventilation shafts.
- A costly ice wall, set up to prevent an outflow of contaminated water from Japan’s stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant, may have partially melted, the country’s state-run broadcaster NHK has warned. The ice wall surrounding the nuclear reactors is intended to prevent groundwater from entering or exiting the power plant, which was crippled by an earthquake and tsunami back in 2011. Despite being called an ‘ice wall’, it’s actually a frozen soil barrier that cost 34.5 billion yen ($324 million) of public funds to construct. Some 1,500 tubes filled with brine were sunk to a depth of 30 meters in a 1.5km perimeter around Fukushima’s four reactors. The brine is cooled to a temperature of minus 30 degrees Celsius. The wall became fully operational in August 2018, but groundwater seepage still continued at the site despite TEPCO earlier providing assurance that it would reduce the flow to “nearly nothing.”
- Canberra has sent police, soldiers and diplomatic staff to the Solomon Islands in an bid to quell violent demonstrations over the county’s ties with China, with protesters recently attempting to storm the national parliament. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the deployment on Thursday, saying that a detachment of some 75 federal police officers, 43 troops and at least five diplomats are heading to the islands “to provide stability and security” and help local authorities to guard important infrastructure. Morrison, however, insisted that “it is not the Australian government’s intention in any way to intervene in the internal affairs of the Solomon Islands,” adding that the deployment “does not indicate any position on the internal issues” of the nation.
- Russian Communist MP Valery Rashkin has been stripped of his parliamentary immunity by the country’s State Duma after the country’s prosecutor general asked for permission to charge the politician for illegal hunting. In a Thursday vote, MPs chose to remove Rashkin’s privileged status and gave consent for a criminal case to be opened against the opposition politician. Last month, Rashkin was detained by police near the city of Saratov after shots were heard at a hunting range. The Communist MP was found with a moose carcass in his car, along with an ax and knives with traces of blood. He was also visibly drunk. The politician denied breaking the law for over two weeks before eventually confessing to the crime earlier this month, pleading ignorance. “Rashkin refused to cooperate, gave false testimony, there were signs of alcohol intoxication. Rashkin’s behavior looks cynical and immoral,”Igor Krasnov, Russia’s prosecutor general said.
- The latest string of smash-and-grab attacks on high-end stores in California should not be called looting as that would be racist, two criminal justice experts told the media and police. Lorenzo Boyd, a professor of criminal justice and community policing at the University of New Haven, told ABC7 news channel on Tuesday that the term has strong racial connotations and is typically used when “people of color or urban dwellers are doing something.” Boyd, a former deputy sheriff in Boston, went on to claim that when people of different ethnicity “do the exact same thing,” such criminal acts are rarely called looting. Martin Reynolds, co-executive director of the Robert C. Maynard Institute of Journalism Education, concurred, saying that it “seems like it’s an organized smash-and-grab robbery. This doesn’t seem like looting.”
- Ghislaine Maxwell’s mother-in-law has died after a ‘battle with cancer’ ahead of her blockbuster trial in New York this month, The Sun can exclusively reveal. Last year, it was announced in court Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam had married in secret, and her husband is believed to be tech entrepreneur Scott Borgerson, 46. Official records seen by The Sun show his 74-year-old mother Sara, a former teacher with many accolades, died on May 3, and his name was left off an online obituary. Sources claim she had been battling cancer for many months and was left upset after Ghislaine became one of the most hated women in the world following Epstein’s death. It is not known if her son ever introduced his infamous wife to his family, although insiders told The Sun they were left in the dark about the marriage.
- Pilot Andrey Ivanov of Aerial Forest Protection Service found traces of an Amur tiger by the Bollokhtokh River in south-eastern Yakutia. His dog escaped as soon as it sniffed the footprints, Andrey said. ‘Each footprint is 15 centimetres long, 12 cm wide’, Andrey said. Amur tigers are the world’s largest big cats, and also the most northern, with rich hair and a good layer of fat helping them survive months of negative temperatures and thick snow. Yet even for them to venture so far north, and into the world’s coldest inhabited region, is remarkable.
- Jeffrey Epstein’s suicide inside a prison cell on August 10, 2019, created a firestorm of conspiracy. A poll from November of 2021, suggests that 45% of Americans believe Epstein was murdered and that only 16% believe he committed suicide. New documents obtained by the New York Times from the Federal Bureau of Prisons has revealed Epstein’s condition and time behind bars. The evidence paints a picture of an incompetently run prison made to look foolish by an extremely intelligent and manipulative man. It seems officials also failed to indicate that he was a high-profile inmate and initially sent him into the general prison population. It took a day for the warden to realize that Epstein was a high-profile inmate and remove him from the general population. On July, 9th Epstein underwent a formal suicide risk evaluation.
- According to Canadian political commentator and the author of the bestselling book “Pension Ponzi” Bill Tufts, “irregular crossings” are just a part of a huge wave of immigration facilitated by the Liberal government. “It’s just a continuation on the plan for a globalist leadership in migration, after the [UN] Migration Compact was launched a couple of years ago, which basically just said “Hey, there are no national citizens anymore, and everybody’s a global citizen and eligible to travel wherever they want”. They’re making some sort of a false narrative up that there are going to be huge upheavals from climate change. It’s all just part of the crazy hysteria and madness of the globalist agenda that’s happening currently.”
- Moldova has paid off its $74 million debt to Gazprom, national gas distributor Moldovagaz said. On Thursday, the Moldovan parliament, at the request of the government, urgently agreed to pay the nation’s debt to Gazprom for gas received in October and November. “JSC Moldovagaz transferred to PJSC Gazprom payment for natural gas consumed in October and the first half of November this year,” the company said.
- French fishermen have started to make good on their threat to close off the Eurotunnel and ferry traffic in the ports of Saint-Malo, Ouistreham, and Calais in northern France if a row with the UK over fishing licences does not get resolved. They have started blocking freight access to the Channel Tunnel.
- An ex-Army trans-woman and convicted child molester will stand trial next year for exposing her penis and masturbating in the street.
Chloe Thompson, 41, of Middlesborough, is accused of masturbating in view of the public in the window of a property in Cromer Street and outside on the pavement on 13 August this year. Under current UK prison service guidance on transgender inmates, convicted paedophile Chloe Thompson could be locked up with biological women if convicted next year of her latest alleged sexual offence.
- Russian Prichal nodal module is docking with the International Space Station (ISS) after being successfully launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome a couple of days ago. It will be connecting with the Nauka module, which hosts the main laboratory of the Russian segment of the ISS. Prichal is expected to serve as a docking node for another research module called the Science Power Module.
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