News Burst 29 October 2020
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News Burst 29 October 2020 – Featured News
- Police in Italy’s capital unleashed an arsenal of riot control weapons on crowds protesting a new round of coronavirus lockdown measures, blasting demonstrators with water cannons, tear gas and flash bang grenades. A protest rally near Rome’s historic Piazza del Popolo square descended into violence on Tuesday night as several hundred demonstrators took to the streets to demand an end to new Covid-19 policies imposed over the weekend, which include a 6pm curfew for bars and restaurants and shutdown orders for public facilities such as gyms, swimming pools and movie theaters.
- A Dutch plan to force contraception on female drug addicts ‘to protect children’. A former judge has submitted a proposal that would allow courts to force contraceptive implants or injections onto women with a drug problem or mental health issues. Child protection officials can apply for a court order to force a woman who has a drug addiction to be given a contraceptive implant or injection. The idea is to prevent women who cannot look after their children from conceiving them in the first place.
- Keith Raniere, the founder of the group NXIVM, was sentenced to 120 years in prison after a shocking trial revealed the organization was grooming sex slaves for their leader, who still claims he’s “innocent.” Raniere was convicted last year on multiple counts, including racketeering, sex trafficking, and forced labor conspiracy. The group attracted wealthy and famous followers, some of whom have faced their own criminal charges. Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman was sentenced to nearly seven years last week for her role in the organization, and ‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to racketeering charges. She was accused of recruiting other women into the cult.
- Kazakhstan, home of the fictional journalist Borat, has appropriated the eponymous character’s catchphrase, ‘very nice!’ for a new tourism ad campaign. National tourism agency Kazakhstan Travel released a video online on Monday showing a compilation of the new ads and revealing that the phrase is now the “official new slogan” of the country’s tourism industry. The videos were even subtitled “Borat response.” The shorts clips show tourists hiking in the mountains, drinking fermented horse milk, and taking a picture with Kazakhs in traditional dress. At the end of each clip, the happy travelers declare that the experience was indeed “very nice!”
- A dispute between bond king Bill Gross and his next-door neighbor over a $1-million outdoor sculpture has devolved into police calls to their Laguna Beach mansions, multiple legal actions — and allegations that the billionaire investor blared the “Gilligan’s Island” theme song on a loop at all hours to annoy his neighbor. The Pimco co-founder and his partner, former professional tennis player Amy Schwartz, are being accused by tech entrepreneur Mark Towfiq and his wife of harassment and intentional infliction of emotional distress. At issue this time is an artwork that can be lit at night and features cobalt-colored reeds stretching nearly 10 feet in height. The lawn sculpture was installed in 2019. The dispute began when Gross and Schwartz installed netting this year to protect the work after it was damaged. It’s another in a long line of bitter quarrels between well-to-do neighbors in Southern California’s most expensive neighborhoods, who sometimes find that with a coveted address comes deep-pocketed adversaries and little peace of mind.
- Fifteen popular YouTube creators have filed a federal lawsuit against YouTube and Google for violating their first amendment rights. According to the press release the Plaintiffs are these popular creators of YouTube channels, with collectively lay claim to over 800 million views. The Plaintiffs allege that under Supreme Court precedent, if a private party acts when it is encouraged or coerced by the government or its agents, then the state action theory applies and the First Amendment rights should be protected, particularly from viewpoint discrimination. Since Adam Schiff, a sitting representative, personally and publicly in his official capacity asked for social media platforms to begin censoring conservative content providers and YouTube thereafter responded and complied to that request, the door was opened for this lawsuit.
- A recent report from the New York Times states that the Justice Department is targeting a secretive partnership between Apple and Google worth billions of dollars as part of its landmark antitrust case. The deal, which cemented Google’s control of internet search, is described as “one of the most lucrative business deals in history” by the Times. 11 states also joined the DOJ action against the internet giant. The lawsuit claims that the company engaged in anticompetitive practices in order to preserve monopolies in the search and advertising components that make up huge sections of the tech firm’s main business. Now, the New York Times has outlined one deal between Apple and Google that is reportedly an area of focus in the case. The deal cemented Google as the primary search engine on Apple’s devices, funneling massive amounts of traffic to the search giant.
- Twitter will start pinning notices to the top of all U.S. Twitter users’ timelines warning that results in next week’s election may be delayed and that they may encounter misinformation on mail-in voting.
- A Philippine police officer was killed during a raid on an illegal cockfight after a rooster’s blade sliced his femoral artery, an official said Tuesday. Cockfighting is a popular blood sport in the archipelago where money is bet on the outcome of a fight — often to the death — between two colorful birds armed with bladed spurs. It has been banned along with other sporting and cultural events during the coronavirus pandemic to prevent large crowds from gathering and spreading the contagion. Monday’s freak accident in the central province of Northern Samar happened when Lieutenant Christian Bolok picked up a fighting cock as he gathered evidence of the unlawful event.
- Ghislaine Maxwell has two cameras trained on her inside her prison cell at all times to ensure her safety, a friend of her family has revealed to DailyMail.com. Maxwell is being woken up every three hours and searched to ensure she does not meet the same fate as Epstein, who was found dead in his cell while awaiting trial. After three months in the grim Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, Maxwell has finally been given a bra so she can exercise. Previously she was denied one because she was deemed a suicide risk according to Brian Basham, a British PR veteran who has offered to help get Maxwell out of prison. He is part of what her family have called ‘Operation GGO’, or Get Ghislaine Out, and Basham believes they will be submitting a formal application for bail soon.
- Responding to the beheading of a school teacher by an Islamist in Paris, French ambassador to Sweden Etienne de Gonneville told broadcaster SVT, “France is a Muslim country.” Samuel Paty was decapitated by an 18-year-old Chechen jihadist in revenge for showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to pupils in a class on free speech. Now France’s ambassador to Sweden has himself appeared to capitulate to Islamists. Etienne de Gonneville told Sweden’s national broadcaster SVT, “First, France is a Muslim country. Islam is the second-largest religion in France. We have anywhere between 4 and 8 million French citizens who have a Muslim heritage.” The ambassador then claimed that “al-Qaeda propaganda” and not “Islam” was to blame for Paty’s murder, despite the fact that the local Muslim community had incited retribution against the teacher for showing the cartoons.
News Burst 29 October 2020 – Bonus IMG
The East Nusa Tenggara administration has denied using the fictional dinosaur island “Jurassic Park” as inspiration behind the construction of a tourism project on the province’s Rinca Island, home to the protected Komodo dragon. “The concept of development on Rinca Island is based on ecotourism, not Jurassic Park,” NTT administration spokesman Marius Jelamu said on Tuesday. Architect Fania Hafila later uploaded an animated video of a construction plan titled “Jurassic Indonesia Tourism” on Instagram. The logo of the Public Works and Public Housing Ministry was reportedly displayed at the end of the video. In September, architect Yori Antar from PT HAN AWAL, the company in charge of the Rinca Island development project design, used similar branding, saying the Jurassic tourism project was to facilitate the increasing number of visitors. Marius said that the Rinca Island project would only be built on 5 hectares of the island’s 20,000 hectares of land.
News Burst 29 October 2020 – Bonus Video
The Wolfe Disk Galaxy
In May 2020 a new discovery was revealed by the ALMA Observatory in Chile of a massive rotating disk galaxy, the Wolfe Disk –the most distant rotating disk galaxy–observed when the universe was only ten percent of its current age, as early as 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang, challenging the traditional models of galaxy formation. In most galaxy formation hypotheses, galaxies only start to show a well-formed disk around 6 billion years after the Big Bang. This cosmological simulation follows the development of a single disk galaxy over about 13.5 billion years, from shortly after the Big Bang to the present time. Colors indicate old stars (red), young stars (white and bright blue) and the distribution of gas density (pale blue); the view is 300,000 light-years across. The simulation ran on the Pleiades supercomputer at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., and required about 1 million CPU hours.
News Burst 29 October 2020 – Bonus Video
“Mysterious lights in night sky baffle Hawaii residents” . Their cover story so far is that it’s a Chinese rocket booster from 2008. Only space junk. But LOOK… You can clearly see a large Craft with blinking lights, flying in a way to be seen by crowds.
News Burst 29 October 2020 – Bonus Video
Media controllers correctly assume that no matter how nonsensical the explanation is, most people will believe whatever the establishment tells them. It’s not necessary to know these are Pleiadians to see there’s something extraordinary happening here.
News Burst 29 October 2020 – Earthquakes
Earthquakes Last 36 Hours – M4 and Above
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Cetaceans like dolphins and whales will no longer be kept in Canadian aquariums after the government passed a bill that prohibits their captivity. The bill, S-203, was first proposed in 2015, and it was finally passed after three years of intense legislative battles. With the bill in effect, Canada has taken another step towards becoming more environmentally responsible.
The president of the Vatican Tribunal Giuseppe Pignatone read the sentence which establishes that Angelo Caloia and Gabriele Liuzzo were sentenced to 8 years and 11 months in prison for the crimes of money laundering and aggravated embezzlement.
The discovery of an ancient idol, believed to be that of the Hindu god of the Sun, in a remote village in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh has triggered a wave of excitement among local people. Many residents of the area view the ancient idol’s discovery as a miracle.
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