News Burst 7 November 2021
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- A flight, which departed from Morocco and headed for Turkey, had to make its way to the Balearics after the illness reported by one of the passengers. More than 20 people on board managed to take advantage of the hustle and bustle to escape to the runway. The Civil Guard has tracked down 6 fugitives while another 15 have managed to lose their tracks. Moreover, the medical alert turned out to be false. The alleged patient, who had reported a diabetic coma, was transferred to the hospital where he was examined and found to be in perfect health. He was then arrested for aiding and abetting illegal immigration.
- Twenty five thousand masks – including the famous ones Pende masks – of the “Museo di Gungu“went up in smoke in a fire in the western part of Democratic Republic of Congo. The origin of the stake is still unknown. The founder and director of the institution said that “the fire took place on the night between Thursday and Friday”. “I felt like a cannon shot around one in the morning – continued Aristote Kibala – The museum had precious pieces and we were unable to save a single piece”.
- Clashes have erupted between police and participants of the annual Million Mask March in London, as anti-establishment demonstrators burned an effigy of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Protesters marched through Parliament Square, Trafalgar Square, and Oxford Street on Friday, marking the annual Million Mask March, which draws big demonstrations each year on November 5 against government overreach, income inequality, and, more recently, Covid-19 restrictions.
- There’s a growing movement to make ‘New California State’ the 51st star on the star-spangled banner.
- Taliban militants expelled from their ranks around 200 people who were suspected of abusing their power, a source in the special commission created by the Taliban told Sputnik. On 13 October, the spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, Qari Saeed Khosty, said the interim Afghan government will create a commission to remove corrupt and undeserving individuals from its ranks. Khosty added that the commission will remove all those who received their positions through family connections or criminals, people with a questionable past or officials who are hated by locals. According to Sputnik’s source, the 200 expelled people abused their power and used the name of the Taliban for their personal gains. The Taliban is currrently investigating more suspects.
- Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews clashed with police while protesting against a women’s prayer group that had attempted to worship at Jerusalem’s Western Wall, after Benjamin Netanyahu amplified calls to prevent the “desecration.” The ‘Women of the Wall’ feminist group holds monthly prayers at the holy site, and more than 100 activists and supporters showed up on Friday to protest rules that forbid them from bringing Torah scripture scrolls into the prayer plaza. Meanwhile, plaza security guards employed by the ultra-Orthodox-led Western Wall Heritage Foundation reportedly roughed up some of the women, pushing them to the ground.
- Iran has increased its stockpile of 60% enriched uranium to 25kg, state media has revealed. The announcement comes shortly after a date was set for the resumption of nuclear talks between Tehran and other world powers. Behrouz Kamalvandi, spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran, was quoted by state media on Friday as saying that the Islamic Republic has so far “produced 25 kilograms [55 pounds] of 60% uranium.” Kamalvandi’s revelation comes just days after Iran’s top nuclear negotiator, Ali Bagheri Kani, shared that Tehran had agreed to restart negotiations in Vienna on November 29, which was confirmed by the EU’s external action service shortly after.
- Police are hunting a man accused of a $35 million heist on a mansion belonging to the daughter of ex-F1 Bernie Ecclestone and further raids on two Premier League managers, with reports claiming he is hiding in Belgrade. Alfredo Lindley, who goes by the names of Daniel Vukovic, Ljubomir Radosavljevic and Ljubomir Romanov among 19 known aliases, is accused of masterminding a series of robberies in the swanky London area of Kensington and Chelsea in December 2019.
- A Scottish primary school has drawn criticism over its “virtue signalling” for encouraging male students and teachers to attend classes wearing skirts on Thursday in order to “break down” gender stereotypes and “promote equality.” In an email sent to parents, Castleview Primary School, in Edinburgh, noted that the initiative was to spread the message that “clothes don’t have a gender.”
- As many as 12,000 Air Force personnel have gone against the Defense Department’s vaccine mandate and have refused to get fully vaccinated. Those who defy the lawful orders without a medical or religious exemption could face dismissal or other punishment, such as being charged in military court. The soldiers in willful violation of a lawful order are subject to discipline under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the maximum punishment for is dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances, and prison confinement for two years.
- Elements of Article 92
There are several key elements to Article 92 that must be considered:
Violation of a lawful general order or regulation: The individual must have violated a general order or regulation that they had a duty to obey. Failure to obey other lawful order: The individual must have known about the order, had a duty to obey it, and then failed to do so. Dereliction in the performance of duties: The accused must have had certain duties that he or she, through neglect or culpable inefficiency, simply failed to perform. Dereliction in the performance of duties is a special circumstance with many nuances. Someone is derelict when they intentionally fail to perform duties, or perform them in such an inefficient manner that they have no excuse. ~ Rod Powers
- Soldiers of the Mexican Army, the National Guard and agents of the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico detained Armando N., alias “El Inge,” leader of the Pacific cartel in Sinaloa, Mexico. Agents confiscated 118 kilograms of fentanyl paste, a narcotic opioid, and a laboratory used to produce the synthetic drug. The haul of fentanyl is thought to be worth around $48 million at current street value, which would make it the largest seizure of its kind to date.
- As if the European Union did not have enough problems with its disputes over Brexit and arguments with Poland. Now up pops Hungarian PM Viktor Orban to throw yet more fuel on the roaring fire of discontent. Orban’s latest gripe with Brussels, and to be fair there are many, is that the bloc is refusing to reimburse Hungary for the construction of a wall on its southern border. The Hungarian government sanctioned the building of the wall back in 2015, as a response to the migrant crisis that was engulfing Europe. The initial intention was to prevent Hungary being used as a corridor for the deluge of migrants attempting to make their way west. The building and maintenance of the 523-kilometre wall, which stretches along the Serbian and Croatian border, has cost the Hungarian taxpayer around 600 billion forints (€1.67 billion). What annoys Orban most is that he knows the vast majority of the migrants do not want to stay in Hungary and are only using his country as a stepping stone to the richer West. He therefore views the border fence as a project that has ‘benefitted’ the whole of the EU, and not just his own country.
- The rise of cryptocurrencies over the last decade has taken the world of finance by storm, with millions of people opening virtual wallets in an effort to join the ‘crypto-frenzy’ and make easy money betting on them. The crypto market became the subject of intense scrutiny across the world after it grew into a huge industry, with entire regions being used for mining, crypto exchanges filing for IPOs, and big investors making a sudden U-turn towards crypto trading. However, while gaining legitimacy with consumers, the rise of crypto has also attracted cybercriminals who scam investors out of money. Earlier this year, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sued BitConnect and its Indian founder Satish Kumbhani, plus American Glen Arcaro, who served as BitConnect’s lead national promoter in the US, and Future Money Ltd, a company Arcaro created to lure people into BitConnect’s lending program. The SEC alleged that BitConnect defrauded US investors out of a total of $2 billion.
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Rome, Italy 11/2/21
Use logic. Secret US Space Programs aren’t trying this hard to be seen by civilians around the world.
Black hats have long used disinfo about secret “TR3Bs” to conceal Galactic Federation (Arcturians) meeting with white hats worldwide.
They want to be seen. ~ Kabamur
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A startling green light was visible in several parts of England, with many onlookers left guessing about what they’d witnessed.
A fireball lit up the UK sky on Wednesday night, with witnesses describing the cosmic display as “spectacular”.
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A pattern is emerging of strange balloon shapes being seen around the world. The Pentagon even confirmed a balloon-looking UAP recently.
These are Arcturian creations (technology) meant for us to see.
NEIOH “Arcturians delight in Shapes and Creativity!”
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