News Burst 28 October 2021
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- Since early 2020, curators at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) – a cultural museum under the German state of Saxony – have completely changed the titles of 120 pieces of art and made partial changes to 23 other works in an apparent effort to make them ‘politically correct’. The SKD houses an estimated 1.5 million-strong inventory of historic works. The museum has been removing content it considers outdated, including the terms “gypsy,” “Eskimo,” “Indian” (referring to indigenous people) and “Moor” – and has reportedly even ditched references to “natives” and “dark-skinned” people. In one example, a 17th century Dutch painting originally called “Dog, Dwarf and Boy” has been renamed “Dog, Short Man and Boy,” while a bronze sculpture known as “Black Venus” was changed to “African Woman with a Mirror.”
- The promised international aid to Afghanistan is not nearly enough to deal with the growing hunger sparked by drought and economic collapse after the Taliban takeover, Richard Trenchard, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) envoy and director for Afghanistan, told RT. Most foreign aid has been suspended after Afghanistan was rapidly reconquered by the Taliban in an August offensive that coincided with the final stage of the withdrawal of US troops. The dire situation on the ground has led to a “terrifying” humanitarian crisis, Trenchard said.
- Having a US tech company handle the secrets collected by GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 is a terrible idea, including because of the worrisome US track record of manipulating intelligence, MI5 whistleblower Annie Machon said. The three major British intelligence services reportedly signed a deal with Amazon to host troves of top secret information by its cloud computing branch AWS. According to the Financial Times, the Britons couldn’t find a domestic provider with the scale and capabilities that the American corporation could offer. The company already provides similar services to US intelligence agencies. “It is an outsourcing of British national sovereignty that is going on here,” Machon said.
- Lawyers acting on behalf of the US government have “provided assurance” to a UK extradition hearing that any custodial sentence imposed on WikiLeaks founder Assange by an American court would be allowed to be served in Australia. The US government has begun its appeal against an initial decision by a UK court that denied a request to extradite Assange, claiming there was a high risk he would commit suicide if handed over to American law enforcement. At the start of the two-day hearing in the High Court in London, in an attempt to address concerns about allowing his extradition, the US said it would allow him to serve any sentence in his homeland. “The United States has provided an assurance that [it] will consent to Mr. Assange being transferred to Australia to serve any custodial sentence imposed on him,” a legal document submitted by US government lawyers stated.
- Representatives of TikTok, YouTube and Snap, the developer of Snapchat, appeared before the Senate consumer protection subcommittee on Tuesday. They were summoned as Facebook faces intense scrutiny and renewed backlash following a whistleblower complaint. Appearing before the Senate, Snap’s Vice President of Global Public Policy Jennifer Stout said the company’s instant messaging app was designed as “an antidote to social media,” and Snap continues to take steps to “empower” its users. “We didn’t need to reinvent the wheel to do that. Our team was able to learn from history when confronting the challenges posed by new technology,” Stout said in her statement.
- UFOs could be alien technology from a parallel universe, according to Bill Nelson, the administrator of Nasa. “I’ve talked to those [military] pilots and they know they saw something, and their radars locked on to it,” Nelson, 79, revealed to a crowd at his alma mater, the University of Virginia.
This happens to be true, and it’s the head of NASA saying it. People have been lied to for so long that many will reject disclosure when it finally comes. If “official” disclosure can’t come from official sources like NASA or the Pentagon, then who does it come from? Why now? Because we’re almost at the end of the story. ~ Kabamur
- A lion named Simba saved by animal-rights activists from captivity in Russia’s Dagestan region has been flown to Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro, after vets in the city of Chelyabinsk spent over a year nursing him back to health. Simba was flown to Africa alongside a leopard called Eva, who was saved at just three days old and had therefore spent almost her entire life in Russia’s Ural region. Both of the big cats had been looked after by Save Me, a shelter in Chelyabinsk’s suburbs. After Tuesday’s journey on a specially converted private Boeing 737-500 jet, both animals were taken to the Kilimanjaro Animal C.R.E.W. (aka the Center for Rescue, Education and Wildlife), located in the town of Moshi. The center looks after animals that have been orphaned, injured, or mistreated, especially if they are deemed unable to survive alone in the wild.
- Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has been named as a defendant for the first time in a consumer protection lawsuit stemming from the 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal. District of Columbia’s Attorney General Karl Racine is seeking to hold the Facebook CEO personally liable under DC’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act. The legislation makes individuals accountable for company violations of the law if they knew about them at the time. “Our continuing investigation revealed that [Zuckeberg] was personally involved in decisions related to Cambridge Analytica and Facebook’s failure to protect user data,” Racine tweeted on 20 October.
- A female cub aged between three and four months old got one of its paws caught in an illegal trap, set by poachers to catch badgers in the woods of the Dalnerechensky district of Primorsky region. Luckily a local resident noticed the trapped cub, and reported it to wildlife protection authorities. The site where the cub was found was a ‘badger town’, a multi-level system of badger holes and tunnels with 11 traps – prohibited by Russian hunting rules – set all around it. Traces of the mother tiger were all around the site, rescuers said. The adult tigress must have been trying to help the cub, and only left the site when she heard people coming. She stayed nearby all the time, not attacking the humans freeing her cub. The team of local wildlife protection experts sedated the young tigress and released her paw.
- US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with officials in the US Embassy in Colombia who were reportedly affected by Havana Syndrome, according to a senior State Department official cited by CNN. “He heard their experiences and reiterated that the issue and their care is an absolute priority for him. He deeply appreciated the opportunity to meet with them,” the official said as quoted by the outlet.
- One of the biggest traps in ET Disclosure is the narrative that Sumerian Anunnaki / Enki are the ‘good ETs’. Benevolent Family don’t seek worship. These were Fallen Angels. Pleiadians say Enki (rebel Sirian, known as Lucifer) is the greatest deceiver that Earth has ever known. ~ Kabamur
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