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  • Iran’s largest navy ship caught fire after a mysterious blast in the “engine room” and burned for 20 hours in the Gulf of Oman before sinking. The blaze broke out onboard the British-built Kharg during a training mission at around 2.25am today. It’s reported the vessel sank near the port of Jask on the Gulf of Oman.

 

  • Evidence that the mRNA vaccines cause myocarditis keeps piling up. Israel reported today that the risk is 1 in 3000 to 1 in 6000 for young men. By way of comparison, the death risk of COVID for healthy people under 25 is essentially too low to measure accurately. Long term effects unknown.

 

  • Florida’s Governor DeSantis signs a bill banning transgender females from girls’ and women’s sports on the first day of Pride Month.

 

  • Vaccinate the ‘Whole World’ by 2022, says Boris Johnson. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for the leading economic powers to help vaccinate the entire world against the Chinese coronavirus by the end of next year and said that the G7 nations should craft a global pandemic preparedness treaty to enshrine vaccine passports and other measures. Ahead of the Group of Seven (G7) meeting in Cornwall, England later this month, the British Prime Minister said that he will be looking to come to agreements with heads of state of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United States, and the European Union to confront future pandemics, officially codify global coronavirus measures, and to ship coronavirus vaccines to the developing world.

 

  • At the Labour Movement’s folk high school in Ringsaker, a class of about 10 students will learn about acting on stage, dressing up and putting on the make-up, as well as developing a drag character and learn about the history of the drag phenomenon. According to Jens Martin Hartvedt Arvesen (29), the man behind the novel programme and a drag artist himself, the idea is for the young people to play with gender roles, as well as “strike a blow for openness and tolerance”, national broadcaster NRK reported. Arvesen admitted that he expected reactions to the new programme, envisaging that many will find it controversial. In this respect he was right, as the drag programme brought forth a plethora of reactions, some of them highly critical. MP Silje Hjemdal of the national-conservative Progress Party called it “hair-raising” that such education programmes receive state support.

 

  • According to earlier reports, the British intelligence community was cited as conducting its own probe into the origins of the CVD pandemic, after London reversed its official stance on the issue to acknowledge that the “lab leak” theory should not be ruled out. As part of the effort to help the US investigate the theory that CVD might have leaked from a Chinese lab, Britain’s spies are trying to “incentivise” Chinese defectors to get to the truth of the matter, reported The Times. The widely-accepted theory has been that the SARS-CoV-2 virus originated in wild animals such as bats and pangolins sold in markets in Wuhan, China. However, increasing reports have been feeding into speculations that Beijing allegedly masterminded a cover-up. China has repeatedly blasted the reports on the “lab leak” conspiracy as a “smear campaign” pushed by Washington.

 

  • Finnish police have launched a preliminary investigation into whether there are grounds to suspect officials of misconduct over costs incurred related to the Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s breakfast expenses, national broadcaster Yle reported. Earlier, it emerged that ingredients for breakfasts eaten by the prime minister and her family at her official residence at Kesäranta were paid for by the taxpayer. The cost was initially estimated at some 300 euros per month ($366), but was later upped to 850 euros ($1,038) as it also included cold meals. “I emphasise that the investigation is not focused in any way on the prime minister or her own actions in office, as the investigating authority does not have a mandate to evaluate those,” Chief Superintendent Teemu Jokinen said.

 

  • The release from jail of Mafia boss Giovanni Brusca, one of Italy’s most notorious mobsters, has caused dismay among relatives of the victims of Cosa Nostra, politicians and the public at large. Brusca, 64, was released from Rome’s Rebibbia prison on Monday after 25 years in jail. Among other things, Brusca set off the explosive that killed anti-Mafia prosecutor Giovanni Falcone in 1992. He also had Giuseppe Di Matteo, the teenage son of a mafia informant, strangled and dissolved in acid. [This Soulless Should Have Been De-materialized, Not Released]

 

  • A preliminary investigations judge at the weekend set free two of the three people arrested in relation to this month’s cable-car disaster in Piedmont, Italy, which killed 14 people, including two children, while the third was released from jail and put under house arrest. Service Manager Gabriele Tadini, the man now under house arrest, made the decision to deactivate the cable-car’s emergency-braking system to stop it from kicking in and halting the service following a series of technical problems [From 2014]. The emergency braking system should have prevented the disaster after one of the cables snapped.

 

  • Bad news: a new Chinese virus!
    Good news: The Chinese government assures us that “the risk of large-scale spread is low!”
    Dr. Fauci will confirm as soon as he’s done erasing his emails. ~ RealJamesWoods
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Dating back 40,000 years to the Denisovan species of early humans, these pictures show beauty and craftsmanship of prehistoric jewellery. This is the oldest stone bracelet in the world, dating to as long ago as 40,000 years. Unearthed in the Altai region of Siberia in 2008, after detailed analysis Russian experts now accept its remarkable age as correct. Writing in the Novosibirsk magazine, Science First Hand, Dr Derevyanko said: ‘There were found two fragments of the bracelet of a width of 2.7cm and a thickness of 0.9 cm. The estimated diameter of the find was 7cm. Near one of the cracks was a drilled hole with a diameter of about 0.8 cm. Studying them, scientists found out that the speed of rotation of the drill was rather high, fluctuations minimal, and that was there was applied drilling with an implement – technology that is common for more recent times.

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