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  • The US Marshals Service (USMS) announced Tuesday that it will move 400 detainees out of a Washington DC jail after an “unannounced inspection” found they were being held in unacceptable conditions that did not meet federal standards, the Marshals Service revealed to The Washington Post. The DC jail at the center of the matter is where defendants in the January 6 Capitol riot are currently being held. “The USMS inspection was prompted by recent and historical concerns raised regarding conditions at the DC DOC facilities, including those recently raised by various members of the judiciary,” the Marshals Service said. “The US Marshal’s inspection of [the Central Detention Facility] revealed that conditions there do not meet the minimum standards of confinement as prescribed by the Federal Performance-Based Detention Standards.”

 

  • 19th-century scientists father and son Anders and Gustaf Retzius have long been celebrated for their contributions to anatomy and histology, but their legacy has been marred by their interest in racial studies currently discarded as “scientific racism”. The Karolinska Institute, Sweden’s leading institution for medical research, has decided to rename the street, laboratory, and hall named after famous 19th-century professors Anders Retzius and his son Gustaf. The stated reason behind the name change is their interest in racial biology, which allegedly reflects a set of values that the institute no longer supports. A 23-time Nobel Prize nominee, professor of histology Gustaf Retzius has been celebrated for his contribution to the histology of sensory organs and nervous system, yet is also known for his interest in a branch of racial studies that today is discarded as “scientific racism”. His father Anders Retzius, a professor of anatomy and a supervisor at the Karlinska Institute, is credited with a number of anatomic discoveries, including the cranial index. Both the father and the son viewed the Nordic race as the pinnacle of mankind and were known for studying Finnish skulls, which in recent years has become a hot-button issue between the two nations, to prove their point. “It’s hard to find the right balance. The story behind the names is valuable as it can inspire discussion, but one should not praise what Retzius did either. It has been a difficult decision to make, but I think it is necessary”, Karolinska Institute Rector Ole Petter Ottersen told national broadcaster SVT.

 

  • The country’s Ministry of Commerce late Monday issued a notice directing local governments to encourage people to stockpile “daily necessities,” including vegetables, oils and poultry, in order to “meet the needs of daily life and emergencies.” The agency also urged local authorities to make sure that people have an “adequate supply” of essentials this winter into next spring. Hu Xijin, the editor of the Global Times, a state-run tabloid, dismissed suggestions that the notice could be connected with rising tensions between Beijing and Taipei. The state-owned Economic Daily, meanwhile, wrote Tuesday that authorities were attempting to remind families to prepare in case of temporary lockdowns caused by CVD. State broadcaster CCTV said that the portion of the announcement calling on families to stock up on necessities had been “over-read.”

 

  • According to the Chesterfield County Police Special Victims Unit, John Blanchard, 51, a Virginia Beach pastor, along with the rest of the suspects involved were allegedly soliciting sex from minors through online and social media platforms, NBC affiliate WAVY reported. According to police, the suspects arranged to meet the “minors” in-person, and when the suspects arrived at the predetermined locations, they were instead met by detectives. The operation was conducted last week, but police released the details on Monday. According to the Rock Church website, John Blanchard has been a senior pastor of the Virginia Beach church on Kempsville Road since 2013. Video of Sunday’s service showed Blanchard speaking at the beginning and end of the service, with one Facebook user by the name of Bee Davis commenting “This church is a highway to hell.”

 

  • The residents of Minneapolis have voted against the proposal to get rid of the city police department, according to the preliminary results of the referendum on the issue. The city has voted on whether or not to replace the police department with the Department of Public Safety, which would combine social and medical workers with peace officers to take a comprehensive public health approach to safety. Per the information from 96 out of 136 polling stations, 58.41% of the voters have rejected the initiative while 41.59% supported it.

 

  • The use of foreign currencies has been completely banned in Afghanistan, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement, citing national interests and current economic conditions as major reasons for the sudden move. “The economic situation and national interests in the country require that all Afghans use Afghani currency in their every trade.” “The Islamic Emirate instructs all citizens, shopkeepers, traders, businessmen and the general public to henceforth conduct all transactions in Afghanis and strictly refrain from using foreign currency.” The US, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) blocked Afghanistan’s access to more than $9.5 billion in assets stored abroad, and barred the country from receiving international loans. Before that, foreign financial aid had reportedly financed three quarters of public spending. The ban on foreign currency is expected to deepen Afghanistan’s economic crisis, possibly causing a cash crunch that could lead to mass starvation and a new migration crisis.

 

  • The market value of Squid, a new crypto token based on Netflix’s hit series ‘Squid Game’, has dropped almost to zero after skyrocketing to $2,850 per coin in a day, with investors reporting they are unable to withdraw their funds. Squid, initially launched last week at just 1 cent, jumped 7,500% from $37 on October 31 to $2,850 per coin on Monday. However, within just a few minutes, the token’s value collapsed to $0.0008. Crypto analysts at Gizmodo say such things happen when cryptocurrency creators abruptly withdraw their tokens to cash in on gullible investors, a mechanism called “rug pull” by crypto investors. Squid’s developers have reportedly gotten away with an estimated $3.38 million. Gizmodo experts also state that Squid was an “obvious scam” from the start due to the fact that the coins could be bought but not sold.

 

  • NASA scientists recapped the contents of a new article published in Nature. The article was led by NASA’s chief scientist Jim Green. The group said that creating a scale for evaluating and combining different lines of evidence would help to provide context for findings related to the search for life. The scale presented contains seven levels that NASA said are “reflective of the winding, complicated staircase of steps that would lead to scientists declaring they’ve found life beyond Earth.” At the first level of the scale, scientists would report hints of a signature of life. Next, they would ensure that detection was compromised or influenced by the instruments having been contaminated on Earth. For the tertiary step, scientists would show how the biological signal is found in an analog environment. Initial detections would be supplemented with information regarding whether the environment in question could support life and rule out non-biological sources at the fourth level and additional and independent detection would be required to reach level five. Level six, the authors say, includes future observations that rule out alternative hypotheses that were proposed following the original announcement. Level seven, the highest level on the scale, would include independent follow-up observations of predicted biological behavior in the environment in question.

 

  • ~ Kabamur NASA can change because individuals can change it. There are many things happening behind the scenes that we can’t see. They’re introducing a 7 level scale “reflective of the winding, complicated staircase of steps that would lead to scientists declaring they’ve found life beyond Earth”. Level 7 – Observation of Behavior – This means they already have evidence of ET behavior, appropriately “Level 7” for our Pleiadian Friends. ET Disclosure is happening because the Crafts can’t be hidden anymore, and because nobody wants to be left denying the inevitable, even dark forces. We are in the Apocalypse, the unveiling of truth, and the Great Tribulation. Pleiadians and Galactic Federation have decided they will be seen, and no one can stop them. We will get many confirmations of ET life in the near future, but Full Disclosure and Open Contact will be after the Shift.

 

  • “At 2:50pm Moscow time, the An-12 aircraft, flying between Yakutsk and Irkutsk, disappeared from the radar,” a source told RIA Novosti. The plane belongs to Belarusian airline ‘Grodno’ and was operating a cargo flight. “According to preliminary reports, the crash site has been found in the area of the village of Pivovarikha [in the region around Irkutsk], not far from the airfield. The plane went into a second circle during landing and then disappeared from the radar,” a source told the agency.

 

  • Iran has confirmed that its Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps has foiled an attempt by American forces to intercept an oil tanker, and that the vessel is now back in Iranian waters. Iran has confirmed reports that the US had seized its tanker and transferred oil to another vessel, which was then taken to an “unknown place.” The government said the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) had taken control of the Iranian tanker in an operation using helicopters. It was then returned to Iranian waters.

 

  • A dozen trans inmates sentenced for violent and sexual crimes have been serving time in women’s jails in Scotland, according to official data. One has completed gender transition, and the rest merely identify as female. Another person, who is transitioning from female to male, is being accommodated in a men’s prison. The revelation comes in the wake of a much-anticipated review of policy regarding transgender prisoners by the Scottish Prison Service (SPS). It was scheduled to begin in early 2021, but has been postponed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic. Under current rules, which have been in place since 2014, an inmate needs simply to declare themselves a trans woman to apply for a transfer from a male to a female institution.

 

  • The Republicans have registered a shock victory in Virginia, where Christian businessman Glenn Youngkin has won the race to become the commonwealth’s new governor. At the outset of the campaign, few political pundits gave Youngkin any chance of winning, as Virginia is traditionally a Democrat state.

 

  • France’s senior diplomat in Canberra has suggested that Australia is an untrustworthy partner that can “weaponize” confidential talks, after Macron’s text on the ill-fated submarine contract was leaked to the media. Ambassador Jean-Pierre Thebault said leaking his president’s text to Australian media was an “unprecedented new low” in the two nations’ long-running row over Canberra’s cancellation of a submarine deal with Paris in favor of an alliance with the US and Britain. Doing so… sends a very worrying signal for all heads of state: beware, in Australia there will be leaks. The sharing of President Emmanuel Macron’s correspondence with his Australian counterpart Prime Minister Scott Morrison was done in an apparent bid to discredit the French leader’s recent accusations of Morrison lying to him about the deal.

 

  • A new spike in the trade of phony CVD papers has been observed on the Dark Web, Kaspersky Lab’s security researcher Dmitry Galov has observed. The new peak was apparently triggered by the people’s “will to travel more freely, because countries are currently implementing different IT services that are info-checking whether you’re vaccinated or not,” the key man at the Moscow-based firm said. The online black market is flooded with fake Covid-19 pass advertising, with documents touted as having legitimate QR codes being offered for an average payment of $300.

 

  • Zachary Willmore of Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Missouri hit the headlines last week by becoming the first male student to be crowed homecoming queen during a homecoming game. In a video shared widely on Twitter, the crowd appears to cheer wildly as the young gentleman receives his tiara while dressed in a “beautiful gold gown and homecoming sash” on the busy football field.

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell was a guest at Andrew Cuomo’s wedding & private Kennedy lunch, Prince Andrew’s cousin claims Katy Forrester. Author Christina Oxenberg has opened up about the run-in in her new book, Trash: Encounters With Ghislaine Maxwell, after Cuomo was also listed in Jeffrey Epstein’s Black Book. Writing in her release, Christina alleges it was the first time she’d met Ghislaine and she was only familiar with her name as the daughter of the high-profile publisher Robert Maxwell.

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell appeared in court in New York on Monday shackled at her hands and feet, wearing a baggy blue jumpsuit with a white shirt underneath and large-framed glasses, according to reports. Ghislaine Maxwell has not requested a plea deal, and prosecutors have not issued any plea offerings to the former Jeffrey Epstein associate in her sex trafficking case, federal prosecutor Alison Moe told a New York court Monday. Maxwell attorney Bobbi Sternheim maintained Maxwell is not guilty of a crime to warrant a plea deal. Maxwell spoke at the hearing only to say, “I have not committed any crimes.”
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