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- The “China-United States Journalism Exchange” is sponsored by the New York-based East-West Center, All-China Journalists Association, and the Better Hong Kong Foundation. Inaugurated in 2010, the program expanded upon a 1996 initaitive “supported” by the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs that granted free trips to China for journalists from mainstream American media outlets. The effort is closely tied to the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), a foreign influence group operating under the Chinese government’s United Work Front Department. In practice, CUSEF has sponsored trips to China for mainstream corporate media outlets in exchange for “favorable coverage.” As revealed through Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) filings with the Department of Justice, the group’s explicit goal of the trips is to “effectively disseminate positive messages to the media, key influencers, and opinion leaders, and the general public.”
- Democratic Arizona State Senator Tony Navarrete has been detained on suspicion of sexual misconduct with a minor, in what has prompted local Democrats to urge him to resign. The 35-year-old was taken to jail on Thursday on charges of sexually abusing a boy and attempting to abuse another, plus child molestation that reportedly occurred in 2019, according to the Phoenix Police Department. The US broadcaster ABC News described the suspected abuser as “a rising star in the Democratic Party”, who was seen as “a likely candidate for statewide office, perhaps as soon as 2022”.
- A number of German politicians has reacted angrily to the news agency DPA recently revealing that Berlin contributed about $22.7 billion (19.2 billion euros) to the EU’s budget in 2020, a hefty sum when compared to the financial injections made by other member states. France and Italy reportedly pumped in $11 billion (9.3 billion euros) and $7.3 billion (6.2 billion euros), respectively, to the bloc’s coffers last year, while Poland and Hungary were accused of misusing EU funds.
- Earlier this year, Shi Zhengli flatly denied allegations that the Wuhan Institute of Virology conducted studies with the Chinese military after she was accused by the US of carrying out risky experiments with SARS-like coronaviruses of bat origin. Shi Zhengli, the deputy director of Сhina’s Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), has warned that the world should brace itself to coexist with COVID-19 as the virus will continue to mutate and spread across the globe. A top Chinese virologist, Shi was dubbed by the Chinese media “Bat Woman” for her consistent work with bat coronaviruses and included in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020.
- On 5 August, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced the creation of the Joint Cyber Defence Collaborative (JCDC) initiative bringing together federal intelligence and military agencies, state and local governments, as well as Big Tech to defend “national critical functions from cyber intrusions”. The initial industry partners that are participating in CISA’s new joint cyber defence endeavour include Amazon Web Services, AT&T, Crowdstrike, FireEye Mandiant, Google Cloud, Lumen, Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks, and Verizon. The Joint Cyber Defence Collaborative (JCDC) initiative is expected to design and implement “whole-of-nation defence plans” to address cyber risks, share information within the newly established agency, and conduct “coordinated defensive cyber operations”.
- The number of wealthy Americans renouncing their citizenship in favour of a foreign country reached 6,707 in 2020, which is an all-time high, a report by the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has revealed. The agency’s quarterly survey listed Americans with more than $2 million in assets, “who have chosen to expatriate” or give up their green cards. The Wall Street Journal cited information compiled from the US Federal Register as saying that close to 37,000 Americans have renounced their citizenship since 2010.
- US scientists have discovered a massive dead zone, NOAA said in a press release. Per the agency, the average dead zone covers around 5,400 miles, but the one discovered on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico “is approximately 6,334 square miles, or equivalent to more than four million acres of habitat”. Dead zones occur naturally, but researchers say that human activity had led to the expansion of these areas. Agricultural runoff from farms and livestock get into oceans and seas, where it stimulates the growth of algae, which in turn die and decompose. During the process, oxygen-consuming bacteria decay the algae and subsequently lead to the creation of dead zones.
- The whistleblower programme, where an employee could report financial abuses by the company they are working at, has been highly successful since its introduction in 2011. Yet, its effectiveness was endangered by two recent amendments to rules about rewarding whistleblowers for stepping forward. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has paused the application of two amendments adopted in September 2020 to its whistleblower programme out of concerns they might scare off people potentially ready to report abuses in their companies. One of the amendments would have potentially allowed the SEC to lower the reward given to whistleblowers for coming forward – usually, they receive between 10% and 30% of the fines levied by the commission as a result of a probe prompted by the tip. The SEC plans to clarify this amendment so it will not be used to lower the payouts, but for the time being whistleblowers can count on a maximum, 30% share in levied fines if the latter do not exceed $5,000,000.
- Over the past few years, several temples and places of worship for Hindus and other religious minorities have been attacked and vandalised in Pakistan. A video reportedly depicting one such incident has appeared on the internet exposing those responsible for the attack on the temple on Wednesday in Rahim Yar Khan, sparking a social media uproar. A video showcases hundreds of people carrying sticks, stones, and bricks attacking the Lord Ganesha temple. The attack erupted in protest against the release of an eight-year-old Hindu boy who was arrested for allegedly urinating in a local seminary.
- It’s early August and India’s Jammu and Kashmir is covered in swarms of fragrant purple flowers. On the hilly slopes of the valley, lavender is ready for harvest. Despite early doubts, more than 1,000 farmers in the region have given up their traditional crops and introduced the “purple revolution” in Union Territory. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Indian Institute Of Integrative Medicine, Jammu (IIIM-Jammu) encouraged farmers were to move to lavender cultivation. CSIR-IIIM Jammu wanted to popularise aromatic crops such as lavender, which is native to European countries, among agriculturists across India to increase the income of small and marginal farmers.
- Mediterranean countries are dealing with a sweltering heat wave and catastrophic wildfires, which, according to EU Commissioner for the Environment Virginijus Sinkevicius are “the worst in decades”. Devastating wildfires spread across Greece, approaching Athens. Multiple settlements have been evacuated due to the blaze, while the capital is covered by the thick smoke coming from the immense fires in the suburbs. Greek authorities previously had to evacuate people from Lake Marathon in eastern Attica, which is a major source of water for Athens.
- Finland’s government is pushing ahead with plans to introduce a COVID pass and launch the vaccination of children aged 12 to 15 amid a 56-percent rise in new cases over the past week.
- From September 1, Italy will make it mandatory to present a sanitary pass with a QR code (“green pass”) for travel on long-distance transport, including express trains, airplanes, ships, ferries and interregional buses, the country’s minister of sustainable infrastructure and mobility, Enrico Giovannini, said on Thursday. This comes after Italy’s Prime Minister Mario Draghi announced his cabinet’s plans to introduce a health pass, the document serving as proof that a person has received at least one shot of a coronavirus vaccine. Mass protests against so-called ‘green passes’ took place all across Italy this weekend. Several thousand people took to the streets in Rome and in Turin, as well as in many other cities, to denounce the government’s measures, calling them discriminatory.
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Why do Nordics look more like Pleiadians than other humans? This gets muddied in delusional nazi ideas about racial superiority, so let’s clear that up. All humans are One Race, with many features. As souls we incarnate as every “race”. Pleiadians created the first humans millions of years prior to the 5 Elohim creation. There was a city in modern day Sweden called CRYSTAL where first humans lived. At some point, they wanted to break away from evil coming to Earth, and helped by Pleiadians to set up underground. There are solar panels high on mountains that power advanced technology. Hidden entrances in India, Spain, Hawaii, Egypt, Antarctica, Arizona. The true name is PACHIMILAH. They are regular humans. They fly with Pleiadians. White Hat military have gone there. There are still regular people in small Swedish towns who gather to greet Pleiadians as they land. Soon for everyone.
PHOTO: Victor Nilsson, Akatu’s human twin soul on Earth. He lives in Sweden. He is here to teach.
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