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  • Benjamina Fulford – Windlander – The United States Of America Corporation managed to avoid default by extorting gold from the Thai royal family and scamming the Chinese royals into handing over some of their gold. However, this stunt will not go unpunished and the Corporation will still be liquidated, several intelligence agency sources say. It is a mathematical certainty. As one commentator notes ” You can’t borrow 7.3% of GDP from now until eternity and get away with it.” A member of the dragon family claims Taiwan-based Chinese royalty were duped by a fake King Charles who promised to “fund massive humanitarian projects” and also offered huge bribes. However, theKhazarian mafia reneged on its promises as soon as it got the money. The Dragon Family now says it has not approved this deal and has promised to take “some countermeasures”. The other thing that happened was that the King of Thailand , who is being held hostage in Germany , was forced to exchange gold belonging to the Thai people for worthless US treasuries, according to Thai royal family sources. Presumably, the fact that his eldest daughter has been in an induced coma since January has something to do with blackmail.


  • Higher interest rates have added pressure to the EU’s long-term budget, already squeezed by multiple crises, including the conflict in Ukraine, migration, and energy supply shortages, Handelsblatt newspaper reported on Monday. In the aftermath of the pandemic, those issues are overwhelming the EU’s financial resources, the German outlet wrote. Budget reserves are “practically exhausted,” the article says, while challenges are growing and Brussels’ ability to act is dwindling.


  • Russia never intended to ditch the US dollar in trade, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said in an interview with the TV channel CGTN on Monday. Rather, Moscow was forced to look for alternatives because Western sanctions jeopardized use of the currency in Russia’s foreign trade, according to the minister. The official also discussed Moscow’s plans for the BRICS New Development Bank (NDB). The Shanghai-based entity was established in 2014 by the bloc’s member states – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – with the aim of facilitating payments between the group members and with their trade partners, as well as expanding links and infrastructure projects across the bloc. Siluanov did not elaborate on what those alternatives could be.


  • The US Department of Defense has released a video showing a Chinese ship crossing the path of an American destroyer in the Taiwan Strait. The US condemned the maneuver as “unsafe,” while Beijing has stood by its right to defend the vital waterway with military power. Published on Monday, the video shows the Chinese warship sailing across the route of the USS Chung-Hoon. The Pentagon said that the Chinese ship crossed 150 yards in front of the Chung-Hoon, forcing the American destroyer to slow to a speed of 10 knots to avoid a collision.


  • Skeletal remains of Homo naledi, who are known for their ability to climb trees, were discovered in an underground cave system located around 30 meters (100 feet) within the Cradle of Humankind – an esteemed UNESCO World Heritage Site located about 25 miles northwest of Johannesburg. The specimens are said to be dated between 335,000 and 241,000 years ago, making them the earliest known burials by at least 100,000 years. Researchers led by American palaeoanthropologist Lee Berger announced the discovery on Monday, claiming that members of an ancient human species known as Homo naledi buried their dead and engraved symbols on the walls of tombs.


  • Two decades after writing her last will and testament, Newkirk has updated the document with a whole range of macabre requests, PETA announced on Monday. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) founder Ingrid Newkirk has updated her will, requesting that her body be mutilated and mailed to politicians and business leaders to protest their mistreatment of animals. With her remnants distributed, Newkirk wants her remaining flesh cooked and eaten. According to PETA, the 73-year-old activist now wants a piece of her neck cut off and sent to Britain’s King Charles III to protest the monarchy’s ties to pigeon racing, a sport in which losing birds’ necks are often wrung.


  • The Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant suffered heavy damage Tuesday morning, with its dam destroyed and water flowing uncontrollably downstream, risking major flooding, power cuts and water shortages on both sides of the Dnepr River. Western legacy media quickly blamed Moscow for the attack. Situated in Kherson Region along the Dnepr River, the plant was built in 1956 in the town of Novaya Kakhovka. In addition to generating electricity, the plant and its dam served to create the Kakhovka Reservoir – a massive, 2,150+ square kilometer, 240 km long pool of 18.2 billion cubic meters of freshwater. This reservoir feeds the Kherson, Zaporozhye and Dnepropetrovsk regions, regulating the flow of water along the Dnepr, preventing floods, and providing fresh water to the North Crimean, Kakhovka, and Dnepr-Krivoy Rog canals. In addition, it feeds local mines, factories and settlements, provides water for farming, and, crucially – ensures the supply of water used for cooling to the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant.


  • Ukrainian forces sabotaged the Kakhovka hydroelectric dam in Russia’s Kherson Region in a bid to deprive Crimea of drinking water and distract from Kiev’s faltering counteroffensive, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed on Tuesday. Peskov claimed that one of the key goals of the attack was to deprive Crimea of water. Crimea’s 2 million residents largely receive their water from the North Crimean Canal, which is fed from the reservoir above the Kakhovka dam. “It was shocking to see the video of the damaged dam, and more shocking to realize not just the potential for downstream damage to people but the damage that may have been done to water supplies needed to cool the Zaporozhye Nuclear Plant,” retired US Air Force Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski, a former analyst for the US Department of Defense, said. “Like many Americans, I may have underestimated the Ukrainian leadership’s desire to physically harm and destroy the Russian-controlled and populated regions in the east.”


  • The UK government issued a a statement on Saturday in which it denied secretly monitoring the social media activity of critics of its lockdown policies and insisting its controversial Counter Disinformation Unit merely tracked “narratives and trends” – not individuals. Documents obtained by The Telegraph via Freedom of Information and data protection requests showed the CDU had in fact flagged dozens of dissidents’ comments related to the government’s Covid-19 restrictions, even tracking them down with the help of an artificial intelligence algorithm.


  • The Norwegian Healthcare Investigation Board announced it would be revising its current guidelines regarding so-called ” gender -affirming care” for minors because it no longer considers them to be evidence-based. The board also acknowledged that the growing number of teenage girls identifying as male post-puberty remains under-studied. Under the proposed updated guidelines, the use of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and transition-related surgery would be restricted to research contexts and no longer provided in clinical settings. Norway joins Finland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom in introducing greater safeguarding for children. In the United States, eight states thus far have banned affirmative care for individuals under 18, with Tennessee being the latest to pass such legislation.


  • “Today, the Finnish Foreign Ministry summoned the charge d’affaires of Russia, who was notified of the expulsion of nine people working in the Russian embassy and identified as intelligence officers,” the ministry said in a statement.


  • Deutsche Bank has paid at least $225 million to settle cases over keeping more than 40 accounts for the late, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, who allegedly used the accounts to fund a sex trafficking ring—a legal snarl that could also cost JPMorgan Chase. The German-based bank on Monday paid $75 million to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by a woman identified in court documents as Jane Doe, who alleges Epstein sexually abused and trafficked her from 2003 to 2018 and says Deutsche Bank ignored warning signs, including payments from the Deutsche accounts to multiple young women. Doe claims Deutsche Bank played an “essential role” and “knowingly participated” in Epstein’s abuse of underage women by enabling him to pay the women from 2013 to 2018.


  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday told the papal envoy, Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, that Ukraine would not consider peace plans other than the one he outlined in November. “We welcome the readiness of other states and partners to find ways to peace, but as the war continues on the territory of Ukraine, the algorithm for achieving peace can be Ukrainian only,” Zelesnky said during a meeting in Kiev. Zelensky and Zuppi discussed ways of getting the Global South behind Ukraine’s 10-point “peace formula,” which includes an all-for-all prisoner swap, security guarantees for Ukraine and a return to pre-2014 borders. Russia said it was open to peace negotiations as long as Ukraine recognized the facts on the ground. Ukraine’s Western donors have been calling for peace talks despite Kiev banning its officials from engaging the Russians.


  • Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has unveiling a plan to halt illegal deforestation in the Amazon and to set aside huge amounts of the rainforest for government protection. Called the Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Deforestation in the Amazon (PPCDAm), the plan will coordinate policy across more than a dozen Brazilian ministries. It calls for ending illegal deforestation by 2030 and achieving net zero deforestation, meaning just as much forest is being replanted as is cut down. The Brazilian Federation of Banks (Febraban) also announced that it would begin tying future lines of credit to Brazilian meat producers, including meatpackers and slaughterhouses, to environmental monitoring requirements. By the end of 2025, Brazilian meat companies that purchase cattle from Brazilian Amazon supplies will have to create a “traceability and monitoring system” for connections to illegal deforestation and the use of land in protected areas.


  • A mythical aura has long surrounded a medieval German settlement that sank in 1362 after being pummeled by a ferocious storm. It has been dubbed by some as the Atlantis of the North Sea, and spawned numerous legends. A city swallowed by the North Sea back in 1362 appears to have been discovered by a team of researchers. A team led by archaeologists from Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel, were mapping the site in question resorting to a geophysical survey when they came across a series of medieval mounds. These protrusions were circling an island which is currently named Südfall. An investigation of the tidal flats revealed a large church, that measured 40m by 15m, channels for drainage, a dyke designed to ward off floods, and a harbor with a system of tidal gates made of wood.


  • “Traditionally we’ve been taught the Earth has four main layers: the crust, the mantle, the outer core and the inner core,” Australian National University geophysicist Joanne Stephenson explained in 2021. Our knowledge of what lies beneath Earth’s crust has been inferred mostly from what volcanoes have divulged and what seismic waves have whispered. From these indirect observations, scientists have calculated that the scorchingly hot inner core, with temperatures surpassing 5,000 degrees Celsius (9,000 Fahrenheit), makes up only 1 percent of Earth’s total volume. But a few years ago, Stephenson and colleagues found evidence Earth’s inner core may actually have two distinct layers. “It’s very exciting – and might mean we have to re-write the textbooks!” Stephenson explained at the time. The team used a search algorithm to trawl through and match thousands of models of the inner core with observed data across many decades about how long seismic waves take to travel through Earth, gathered by the International Seismological Centre.
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