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  • In early 2020, a UK district judge ruled not to extradite Julian Assange to the US, but decided that he must wait in prison for the outcome of an appeal filed by American prosecutors. Julian Assange’s fiancée Stella Moris has bemoaned the fact that even though the WikiLeaks founder “won his case against extradition to the USA six months ago”, he “remains locked up” in the Belmarsh maximum-security prison in London. UK District Judge Vanessa Baraitser decided that the WikiLeaks founder must stay in jail to wait for the outcome of an appeal by US prosecutors against the British court’s ruling.


  • Twitter made the statement on access to a “free and open Internet” being an “essential human right” even as it faces accusations of hypocrisy and censorship after it banned former US President Donald Trump and other prominent conservative figures. Following the blocking of Twitter in Nigeria after the platform suspended the account of the nation’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, the account of Twitter Public Policy tweeted on Saturday that it is “deeply concerned” with the situation and considers access to the internet an “essential human right in modern society”. The statement prompted immediate reaction, with users recalling how Twitter appeared to violate its own description of the internet as an “essential human right” when it came to the former US president, Donald Trump, and other conservative figures who were ousted from the platform for allegedly disobeying the terms and conditions.


  • A massive sinkhole in Santa Maria Zacatepec, Puebla, Mexico, is 20 meters deep and contains huge amounts of water. When it first appeared, it measured 5 meters in diameter, but within hours it grew to 80 meters wide. It is continuing to grow and now threatens to swallow a nearby house. Experts point to overexploitation of aquifers, although its precise origin is still a mystery.


  • In Nepal, the government in its budget for the fiscal year 2021-22 that begins in mid-July said that it would allow the export of stones, pebbles and sand from across the country to decrease the trade deficit. The announcement means revoking the existing ban on the export of river and mine-based construction materials. There has been widespread opposition to the announcement as it would turn parts of the country, particularly the Chure-Bhawar area, source of water for the Terai home to nearly 50 percent of the country’s population, into a desert.


  • The UK has struck a post-Brexit trade deal with three non-EU European Economic Area states. “Today’s deal will be a major boost for our trade with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein,” said British International Trade Secretary Liz Truss on Friday. The deal will see tariffs on British exports cut — including the current 277 per cent rate Norway charges on foreign cheeses. The deal also promises to support 18,000 jobs in the Scottish seafood processing industry by cutting tariffs on imports from the two Nordic countries. One of the countries included in the trade deal is the Alpine micro-state of Liechtenstein — a low-tax state which boasts the world’s third-highest head-of-capita income and where the number of registered companies outnumber its 38,000 citizens.


  • The new NASA administrator, Bill Nelson, is willing to allow scientists at the space agency to study recent alleged UFO sightings. “We don’t know if it’s extra-terrestrial. We don’t know if it’s an enemy. We don’t know if it’s an optical phenomenon,” Nelson said on Thursday. “We don’t think [it’s an optical phenomenon] because of the characteristics that those Navy jet pilots described… And so the bottom line is, we want to know”. But Nelson insisted that there is no direct evidence that aliens have visited Earth, adding: “I think I would know.”


  • A group claiming to be part of the Anonymous movement has called for war with Elon Musk, accusing the Tesla founder of manipulating cryptocurrencies, among other alleged sins, and suggesting that he faces a battle ahead. “You may think you are the smartest person in the room, but now you have met your match,” the group said in a video message posted Saturday on a verified Anonymous YouTube channel with some 145,000 subscribers, as well on its Twitter account with over 5.8 million followers. “We are Anonymous. We are legion. Expect us.”


  • South Korean President Moon Jae-in has instructed the military to conduct a thorough probe after a servicewoman took her own life. Her family accused the air force of failing to investigate her sexual assault claim. Moon instructed Defense Minister Suh Wook “not only to conduct a thorough investigation, but also to change the barracks culture.” According to the victim’s family, she reported the abuse to her superiors, but they tried to persuade her to reach a settlement with the suspect, known by his last name, Jung.


  • Chinese authorities are bracing for more damage as 15 protected wild Asian elephants remain undeterred by people and vehicles deployed to keep them away from human-populated areas. The herd started on its way from a natural reserve in the southern Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture and trekked about 300 miles (500km) over more than a year. On Sunday, a special command formed in Yunnan province to monitor and hopefully direct the migration, and it deployed 14 drones to check on the elephants’ progress. It also mobilized 510 people and over 110 vehicles in an attempt to block roads and divert the animals away from the provincial capital, Kunming, towards less-populated rural areas, the news agency Xinhua reported. Asian elephants are a strictly protected species in China.


  • The foreign ministers of Argentina, Bolivia, and Mexico have all said the leader of the OAS regional bloc played a toxic role ahead of what is set to be the largest vote in Mexican history, taking place on Sunday. The spat began when Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard slammed Luis Almagro’s leadership of the Organization of American States (OAS), a regional bloc of 35 countries in the Americas and the Caribbean. “The performance of the current OAS secretary-general, Mr. Almagro, has been one of the worst in history,” Ebrard told reporters on Friday. “He has acted repeatedly without consulting the member states … He acts as if he were autonomous.”


  • The US has promised that Amazon and Facebook will fall under the new global tax rules agreed by the G7 nations. But even in countries with rock-bottom rates, megacorporations have paid effectively nothing for years. Finance ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) countries agreed on Saturday to implement a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15%. Bringing in this minimum rate is a goal of the US administration, and it will need to be debated by the G20 and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) later this year. Amazon, Google, Facebook and their ilk can back Biden’s proposal relatively safely, as long as loopholes exist that allow these firms to pay even less on their profits than the numbers suggest. Ireland is at the center of this arrangement. The Emerald Isle is a friendly place for American multinationals. Microsoft’s Irish subsidiary, for example, paid zero tax last year on a profit of $315 billion. The company is headquartered in a law office in Dublin, and has no employees other than its directors. It generates profit by collecting license fees from the use of Microsoft software around the world, and although the company is registered in Dublin, it is a “tax resident” of Bermuda, which doesn’t levy corporate tax.


  • Virologist who told Fauci SARS-COV-2 ‘potentially engineered’ just nuked his twitter account. Not suspicious at all…
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Tucker has been steady on this for a while. I believe he was given some disclosure.
Reading between the lines, it’s pretty clear what’s being said:
Human technology is ruled out.
Alien technology is not ruled out.

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