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  • “We want the Covid mandates removed, and we also want the Covid passport system – the QR code system for entering the country – we want that program abandoned,” B.J. Dichter, vice president and spokesperson for the Freedom Convoy movement, said. Canadian media outlets have increasingly been describing the protesters as “hateful” and dangerous, with extremists and conspiracy theorists hijacking the whole movement. However, Dichter said that the reports were exaggerated, and even went so far as to call the outlets “fake news.”

 

  • A Tennessee church leader, Pastor Greg Locke of the Global Vision Bible Church, led a ritual burning of popular books including Harry Potter and Twilight because God “directed” him to do it. The event was held in the Nashville suburb of Mt. Juliet on Wednesday, drawing a large crowd of people, along with many viewers joining online – the ceremony was live-streamed on Facebook and titled “Deliverance from Demons.” “We have a Constitutional right and a Biblical right to do what we’re going to do tonight,” Locke said. “We have a burn permit, but even without one a church has a religious right to burn occultic materials that they deem are a threat to their religious rights and freedoms and belief system.”

 

  • A team of researchers in the UK claims to have identified a better and safer way to deliver drugs right to the brain by using ultrasound pulses to “non-invasively” clear the way for the carriers – medicine-filled lipid balls, known as liposomes. The experiments on mice were conducted by scientists from the King’s College London School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences and the Noninvasive Surgery & Biopsy Laboratory.

 

  • A female sniper who has fought in the ranks of one of Ukraine’s most notorious neo-Nazi volunteer units has been glorified by The Daily Mail and The Sun, with the outlets interviewing her and posting images and video of her shooting “Russian separatists” – the term used by Kiev and its Western allies to disparage independence-seeking residents of the war-torn eastern Ukraine. The Sun praised the “Femme fatale” sniper, saying she has “become a national hero after chilling footage was posted showing her killing two Russian soldiers.” The tabloid’s report uses the term “Russian soldiers” and “Russian separatists” interchangeably, and includes the gruesome video of the sniper using her rifle’s night vision scope to shoot and kill two unidentified men and wounding a third.

 

  • After being found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center on August 10, 2019, the records show that the Bureau issued statements to journalists and Epstein’s family categorically stating he’d committed suicide. The ruling was contested by leading forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, who’d been hired by the billionaire’s brother to monitor the autopsy process. Speaking to the Miami Herald two months later, he charged that “the autopsy did not support suicide,’’ and that the pathologist who conducted it had recorded this.

 

  • Sports apparel giant Nike has filed a lawsuit against online reseller StockX in a New York federal court on Thursday for the unauthorized sale of Nike shoe NFTs (non-fungible tokens). In the court filings, Nike complained that StockX began selling NFTs of its sneakers last month, informing customers they would be able to exchange the virtual tokens for real shoes “in the near future.” The online platform has allegedly sold over 500 Nike-branded NFTs so far.

 

  • Russian soldiers could be sent to Nicaragua under laws already in place in the Central American nation, Moscow’s ambassador in Managua. Speaking to RIA Novosti on Friday, Alexander Khokholikov, who also serves as the envoy to Honduras and El Salvador, commented on the possibility of hosting overseas forces within Nicaragua’s borders. According to the diplomat, military cooperation between Moscow and Managua “is not directed against third countries,” despite a worsening row with the US over the potential deployments.

 

  • However, for all Macron’s recent success on the international stage, dark clouds are looming for the French president in Africa. While the world’s media looks east, to Russia and Ukraine, it has largely ignored what has been happening in Mali, a large, but extremely poor, landlocked former French colony in West Africa. n August 2020, and the democratically elected Malian government, which was supported by Macron, was overthrown by a military coup, led by the former head of the country’s Special Forces, Colonel Assimi Goita. At the time, Goita claimed that the government was riven with corruption, and therefore needed removing. The Malian public and opposition politicians largely backed the coup.

 

  • The Taiwanese Foreign Ministry said on Saturday that it “strongly condemns the false statement that undermines the sovereignty of the Republic of China (Taiwan).” “The government of the People’s Republic of China has never ruled Taiwan,” the ministry said. “Only a government freely elected by the people of Taiwan can represent the people of Taiwan internationally.” The ministry added that Beijing had “no right” to represent Taiwan on the world stage, and “should not force other countries, international organizations, and companies to make false statements” on the matter.

 

  • A website hosting a new fundraising effort to support truck drivers protesting vaccine mandates in Canada is experiencing major technical difficulties, with a wave of traffic crashing the platform after GoFundMe canceled a prior campaign that garnered millions of dollars. Shortly after GoFundMe gave the boot to the ‘Freedom Convoy 2022’ campaign on Friday afternoon, organizers made another attempt on Christian crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo, raising more than $150,000 in just a matter of hours. A spike in visitors has caused problems for the website, however.

 

  • Europe’s natural gas demand is set to decline this year as buyers begin to favor lower-priced coal, the International Energy Agency said in the latest edition of its quarterly gas market report.

 

  • Russia’s Gazprom and the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) signed a second long-term contract on Friday for the supply of 10 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas from the Russian Far East. After the project reaches its full capacity, the volume of Russian pipeline gas supplies to China via the Far East route will reach 48 billion cubic meters per year (including deliveries via the Power of Siberia gas pipeline). Gazprom’s largest natural gas deposit in the Far East is the Yuzhno-Kirinskoye field, where production is due to begin in 2023.

 

  • [ Apple and 5G ] Apple is planning to release its new low-cost iPhone on or near International Women’s Day, March 8, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing sources in the company. The new smartphone will support 5G networks, have an improved camera, and a faster processor. Apple also reportedly plans for the phone to be medium-priced, although its exact cost has not yet been revealed. Like nearly all tech firms, Apple is still overcoming the shortage in semiconductor chips, widely used in the brand’s products.

 

  • Meta, formerly Facebook, has added a “personal boundary” system to its Horizon virtual reality platform in response to concerns over virtual harassment. The feature, which creates an invisible and impenetrable force field with an “almost four-foot” radius around individual avatars, Meta revealed in a blog post on Friday.

 

  • Mainstream Western media have spent months reporting on alleged Russian plans to “invade Ukraine,” with Bloomberg even “erroneously” announcing that an invasion had commenced on Friday. Moscow has consistently dismissed the invasion claims as drivel, accusing Western powers and their media of stoking tensions to justify NATO’s eastward push.

 

  • At a moment the White House has curiously been pushing hard a ‘Russian false flag’ narrative, Bloomberg has apologized for prematurely placing a headline at the top of its homepage Friday afternoon which said: “Live: Russia Invades Ukraine.” Bloomberg admitted that it had the headline ready to go, despite an “invasion” not at all being the reality. The hugely influential global financial news company said late in the day Friday: “We prepare headlines for many scenarios and the headline ‘Russia Invades Ukraine’ was inadvertently published around 4 p.m. ET today on our website. We deeply regret the error. The headline has been removed and we are investigating the cause.”
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News Burst 6 February 2022 - Sunspot Sunset

Sunspot Sunset

Sunspot numbers are at their highest level in more than 5 years, and this is altering the sunset. Consider this photo taken by Eduardo Schaberger Poupeau of Rafaela, Argentina: “What a dreamy sunset,” he says. “The image brings together our rural landscape adorned by a pair of ‘caranchos’ (birds of prey) and a sun with many sunspots.” “At the bottom left we can see the sunspot group AR2936; at the top right there is AR2939; and a little below it appears AR2940 containing a half dozen smaller spots,” points out Poupeau. Thank you, Solar Cycle 25.

News Burst 6 February 2022 – Bonus Video

Beijing, China – 6/24/21

This is an Arcturian Craft intending to be seen.
Most UFOs seen lately are Pleiadian and Arcturian because they’re the most relevant to Earth, the most powerful, and are leading preparations for the coming Shift and Open Contact. ~ Kabamur

News Burst 6 February 2022 – Bonus Video

Beijing, China – 6/24/21

This is an Arcturian Craft intending to be seen.
Most UFOs seen lately are Pleiadian and Arcturian because they’re the most relevant to Earth, the most powerful, and are leading preparations for the coming Shift and Open Contact. ~ Kabamur

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