News Burst 29 November 2020
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- [March 2020 Coincidence] The electoral council in Venezuela says a fire in its main warehouse near the capital, Caracas, has destroyed most of the voting machines held there. Almost 50,000 voting machines and 582 computers used in the country’s elections went up in flames.
- Thai anti-government protesters demonstrated in Bangkok’s outskirts on Saturday (Nov 28) with a duck parade and speeches demanding the removal of Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, a new constitution and reforms to the monarchy. Protests have been stepped up this week despite threats by Prayut, a former military government leader, to use all available laws against protesters who break them and charges of insulting the monarchy against several protest leaders.
- China has powered up its first domestically developed nuclear reactor – the Hualong One – a significant step in Beijing’s attempts to become less dependent on Western allies for energy security and critical technology. The reactor, which was connected to the national grid on Friday (Nov 27), can generate 10 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity each year and cut carbon emissions by 8.16 million tons, according to China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC). “This marks China breaking the monopoly of foreign nuclear power technology and officially entering the technology’s first batch of advanced countries,” CNNC said in a statement. Nuclear plants supplied less than 5 per cent of China’s annual electricity needs in 2019, according to the National Energy Administration, but this share is expected to grow as Beijing attempts to become carbon neutral by 2060.
- Two megachurches decided to open Sunday services with some safe-for-work joke stripteases, in a cheeky protest against California’s closing down of churches due to the Covid-19 pandemic, while letting strip clubs stay open. Before the start of Sunday’s sermon, pastors at two churches opened with short burlesque dance routines, taking off their jackets and even throwing their ties into the cheering audience. “Strip clubs (Not Churches) are exempt from the Covid lockdowns, and are deemed essential by our governor!” said senior pastor of Awaken Church Jurgen Matthesius on Instagram. “So we decided we are NOW Awaken family friendly strip club!” he quipped.
- Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency is readying to launch as early as January. The Geneva-based Libra Association that will issue and govern Libra plans to launch a single digital coin backed by the dollar, the FT said, citing one of the people. Libra, unveiled by Facebook Inc last year, was relaunched in slimmed-down form after regulators and central banks across the world raised concerns it could upset financial stability and erode mainstream power over money.
- A dark winter is descending on the working-poor of America as millions of adults face eviction or foreclosure in the next few months. A survey that was conducted on Nov. 9 by the U.S. Census Bureau, shows 5.8 million adults face eviction or foreclosure come Jan. 1. That accounts for 32.5% of the 17.8 million adults currently behind rent or mortgage payments.
- Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madam, is woken with a flashlight in her jail cell every 15 minutes to ensure she does not take her life like he did, her lawyers have said. “Despite non-stop in-cell camera surveillance, Ms. Maxwell’s sleep is disrupted every 15-minutes when she is awakened by a flashlight to ascertain whether she is breathing,” wrote Sternheim, according to the New York Post. Maxwell’s lawyers claimed that “she is overmanaged under conditions more restrictive than inmates housed in 10South, the most restrictive unit in the MCC; or individuals convicted of terrorism and capital murder and incarcerated at FCI Florence ADMAX, the most restrictive facility operated by the BOP.”
- A BA stewardess sells her knickers online, lures in clients by taking risque snaps mid-air in her uniform. She charges punters £25 for a pair of her knickers, but the fee rises steeply for one-to-one services. She states: “You will need to pay a securing fee of £50 to meet. Prices vary depending on the requested meet — no negotiating. “If I have booked a hotel for work, the meet will take place there (London).” The unidentified stewardess even promises passengers some specialist treatment in mid-air. “If you ever want adult entertainment on-board, all you have to do is give me a sum of money and you’ll be treated to a whole different experience of your choice.” One source told: “She is clearly prostituting herself and boosting her business by using photos taken on board BA planes.
- China’s shoppers are increasingly purchasing goods with just a turn of their heads as the country embraces facial payment technology. Customers can make a purchase simply by posing in front of point-of-sale (POS) machines equipped with cameras, after linking an image of their face to a digital payment system or bank account. “I don’t even have to bring a mobile phone with me, I can go out and do shopping without taking anything,” says Bo Hu, chief information officer of Wedome bakery. “There’s a big risk … that the state could use this data for their own purposes, such as surveillance, monitoring, the tracking of political dissidents, social and information control, ethnic profiling, as in the case with Uighurs in Xinjiang, and even predictive policing,” says Adam Ni, China researcher at Macquarie University in Sydney.
- New Delhi police agreed to let thousands of Indian farmers stage a peaceful protest inside the capital on Friday (Nov 27) after initially blocking demonstrators on the outskirts and firing tear gas and water cannon at them. The farmers are angry over new laws deregulating the vast agriculture sector, saying they will leave small growers vulnerable to corporate agri-businesses and could lead to a withdrawal of price support for staples such as wheat and rice. Protesters from the big farming state of Punjab rode tractors and cars towards Delhi early on Friday morning and were stopped at the city’s fringes by police roadblocks. Clashes ensued, with police unleashing tear gas and water cannon to push back the farmers. Plumes of smoke rose above the fray and some protesters threw stones at police as thousands pressed against barricades, waving flags and sticks.
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Chinese research icebreaker Xuelong 2, or Snow Dragon 2, which carries members of the 37th Chinese antarctic scientific expedition, arrived in Christchurch on Friday after a 17-day voyage. At the “contactless” welcome ceremony, a drone of the University of Canterbury (UC) delivered a Christchurch gift – a Maori element souvenir – to the deck of the ship, where about 100 crew of Xuelong 2 waved hands or small Chinese national flags to local officials standing on shore. Since it departed on Nov. 10 from Shanghai, Xuelong 2 has sailed about 5,112 nautical miles. The ship is set to depart for China’s Zhongshan Station in Antarctica on Sunday.
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News Burst 29 November 2020 – Earthquakes
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Former EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested that France may follow the UK’s example and finally withdraw from the EU. Speaking at a conference on the future of the bloc in La Touquet on Friday, the French politician referred to “social unrest and anger” in France over unchecked immigration as well as the “red tape and complexity” of the EU.
Billionaires like Bill Gates have long said that they, theoretically, would be in favor of paying much more money in personal taxes. And yet the “philanthropist” Bill Gates and some of the wealthiest people in the world are staying silent on a series of active proposals that would do just that, sidestepping a legislative package in their home state of Washington that targets them specifically.
The reaction to Prince Philip’s death from elites across the world has confirmed that the structures which produce and reproduce these strata are globally recognised and connected. ~ Dr Lisa McKenzie
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