News Burst 29 September 2022
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- US Secretary of State Antony Blinken confirmed the appointment of Amos Hochstein as the Department of State’s Senior Advisor for Energy Security. “I am appointing Amos Hochstein to serve as the Department’s Senior Advisor for Energy Security, underscoring the Administration’s commitment to promote energy security for the United States and our allies and partners,” Blinken said in a statement. “His immediate focus will be implementation of measures to reduce the risks posed by the Nord Stream 2 pipeline.” Washington openly opposes the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline and is making active efforts aimed at blocking the project primarily in order to strike at Moscow’s interests and to support Ukraine as a country of transit for Russian natural gas to Europe. In addition, many experts point out that the United States is trying to push supplies of its liquefied natural gas to the European market, which is much more expensive than the Russian pipeline. The legislation adopted in the United States over the past few years provides, among other things, the possibility of applying unilateral restrictive measures against companies participating in the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 project.
- If the damage is not repaired quickly enough, too much salty sea water could run into the pipes lying at the bottom of the Baltic Sea and irreversibly corrode them, German officials have warned, according to the news media outlet. Denmark said on Wednesday that its authorities would be able to launch a probe into the issue no sooner than in a week or two due to “safety concerns,” Tagesspiegel added.
- The Indian government approved a three-month extension to what is known as the world’s largest food program on Wednesday, covering 800 million people in the country and adding $5.46 billion in subsidies despite the threat of breaching the fiscal deficit target. Under the welfare scheme, 5 kg of grain is provided to the most vulnerable citizens per person per month free of charge. “With the additional expenditure of about $5.46 billion for phase-VII of this scheme, the overall expenditure of PMGKAY will be about $49 billion for all the phases,” Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Singh Thakur said. The free food program will require an outflow of 12.2 million tons of foodgrains, Thakur added.
- Putin said his country is finally free from the “icy grip” of the Rothschild banking cartel and New World Order cabal. Two years previous, President Putin prohibited Jacob Rothschild and his New World Order banking cabal from operating in Russian territory “under any circumstances.” Now Putin has vowed to continue “unburdening” Russia’s economy from the dangerous monopoly of the US dollar in order to guarantee Russian sovereignty in an increasingly globalized world.
Vladimir Putin said that stating “total independence” from the worldwide banking cartel and Rothschild global money providing organizations would be the “biggest gift” he could provide to future generations: “Our future generations will be born without Rothschild chains around the wrists and ankles.”
- The UK’s new cabinet is operating like the government of an emerging country, billionaire investor and the founder of Bridgewater Associates Ray Dalio wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. He criticized Britain’s new spending plan for its aggressive tax cuts that could raise the nation’s debts to an unsustainable level and cripple the pound. “Investors and policymakers: Heed the lesson of the UK’s fiscal blunder,” Dalio wrote in a tweet. “The panic selling you are now seeing that is leading to the plunge of UK bonds, currency, and financial assets is due to the recognition that the big supply of debt that will have to be sold by the government is much too much for the demand.” According to Dalio, the rapid increase in debt, coupled with the lack of demand for the British pound on the global stage, is a recipe for disaster.
- German opposition leader Friedrich Merz found himself under fire on Tuesday for pointing out that some Ukrainians who have sought shelter in his country are abusing the welfare system. Though Merz has apologized, the mayor of Przemysl in Poland – who said much the same thing on Monday – has not. “We are now experiencing welfare tourism from these refugees: to Germany, back to Ukraine, to Germany, back to Ukraine,” Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leader Merz told Bild TV on Monday.
- The heads of NATO weapons industries were summoned to Brussels on Tuesday by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg to discuss ways to replenish stockpiles of weapons and ammunition the US-led bloc has sent to Ukraine. Stoltenberg urged the military-industrial complex to speed up production amid reports the West was running short on key supplies.
- The SEC has required Tesla to pre-approve all Elon Musk’s social media posts after he tweeted in August 2018 he had “funding secured” to take the company into private equity ownership. That prompted a surge in the Tesla share price, helping catapult Musk to the status of world’s richest man. Lawyers for Tesla CEO Elon Musk have urged a US appeals court to overturn the stock market watchdog’s limits on his social media posts. In court documents filed with the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan late on Tuesday, the world’s richest man’s attorneys challenged the constitutionality of the 2018 ‘consent decree’ by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The documents called the order, requiring Tesla to approve some of Musk’s tweets before he can send them, a “government-imposed muzzle” that ran “contrary to the American principles of free speech and open debate.”
- NASA has completed its first-ever “planetary defense” test, deliberately crashing a spacecraft into an asteroid floating millions of miles from Earth in an effort to change its path. The agency said it made a direct hit, but is still awaiting data from the experiment. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft made impact with the asteroid Dimorphos on Monday, colliding with the 11 billion-pound, 520-foot long object at a speed of some 14,000 miles per hour. NASA said the craft missed the center of the asteroid by just 55 feet, with the moment of impact captured on video by a camera mounted on the craft.
- A team of researchers led by Cornell University astronomer Dan Lalich postulated that a strong reflection spotted by ESA’s Mars Express spacecraft under the Martian South Pole Layered Deposit (SPLD) may not be a liquid water reservoir as some scientists previously speculated. “On Earth, reflections that bright are often an indication of liquid water, even buried lakes like Lake Vostok,” Lalich remarked. “But on Mars, the prevailing opinion was that it should be too cold for similar lakes to form.” Through performing a number of computer simulations, the team concluded that interference between geological layers, with no water involved, can produce bright reflections.
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Biggest Animal Rock Petroglyphs
Located in Air Massif, Niger are two of the biggest animal rock petroglyphs in the world, called the Dabous Giraffes, dated 8000 BC.
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