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  • Meta has said it is considering shutting down Facebook and Instagram in Europe if it can’t keep transferring user data back to the U.S. Facebook said: “If a new transatlantic data transfer framework is not adopted and we are unable to continue to rely on SCCs (standard contractual clauses) or rely upon other alternative means of data transfers from Europe to the United States, we will likely be unable to offer a number of our most significant products and services, including Facebook and Instagram, in Europe.” “Meta cannot just blackmail the EU into giving up its data protection standards,” European lawmaker Axel Voss said via Twitter, adding that “leaving the EU would be their loss.” Voss has previously written some of the EU’s data protection legislation.


  • Tonga’s broken submarine telecommunications cable is not where it is supposed to be. A search last night by an ROV from the cable ship Reliance, could not locate the break, after it arrived in the area yesterday. “They have a good idea of where the break is. However, their search last night, did not find the cable break. It appears that the shockwaves or tsunami waves pushed the cable away from where it is supposed to be,” the CEO of Tonga Cable Ltd., James Panuve, told Matangi Tonga this afternoon. The international fibre optic cable broke on Jan. 15, following the eruption of the Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai (HTHH) submarine volcano, which generated powerful radial tsunamis. The break plunged Tonga into digital darkness, and since then limited communications have been established using satellite connectivity. After the Reliance arrived off Tongatapu at around midday on Thursday Feb. 3, James said that it travelled to the suspected “cable break site” and checked that the submarine site is safe and secure for them to work in. He said that the Reliance had since moved closer to land to pick up the cable path from its Tongatapu end, and then follow it back out to the open sea to try and reach where the break is.


  • One of the leading newspapers in Denmark issued a public apology for spreading the government’s lies about COVID-19 and narratives without sufficient skepticism throughout the pandemic. Ekstra Bladet published an article last month with the title “Vi fejlede,” which means “We failed.” Ekstra Bladet is a Danish tabloid newspaper, published by JP/Politikens Hus in Copenhagen and was founded in 1904. “THE CONSTANT mental alertness has worn out tremendously on all of us. That is why we – the press – must also take stock of our own efforts. And we have failed,” Ekstra Bladet journalist Brian Weichardt wrote.


  • In a statement on Sunday, China said it would support Argentina in its claims over the Falklands Islands – also known as Islas Malvinas – a self-governing British overseas territory in the southern Atlantic. The remote archipelago is a subject of an almost 200-year sovereignty dispute. Beijing said that it hoped negotiations over the islands would resume soon in accordance with relevant UN resolutions to resolve the dispute peacefully. China’s announcement, which was part of a joint statement on deepening relations between Beijing and Buenos Aires, has angered Britain.


  • Documents obtained under Freedom of Information laws by RT investigative unit The Detail include startling records revealing how the US Bureau of Prisons (BOP) moved to shut down any and all public debate about the cause of Jeffrey Epstein’s death. Along the way, evidence was distorted, material facts ignored, and key anomalies unexplored and unpublicized. The result was international news outlets universally and unquestioningly reporting that Epstein had taken his own life from the word go, despite Chief Medical Examiner Barbara Sampson having reached no conclusion at that time, and making clear in a statement the next day that the investigation was open and ongoing. It was not until August 16 that Sampson publicly declared Epstein’s death had been a 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.


  • After decades of disputes over the authenticity of remains believed to be those of Russia’s former imperial family, who were murdered by Bolshevik revolutionaries in 1918, the Russian Orthodox Church has concluded a new six-year investigation into the matter, and will issue an official decision later this year. Among the findings that the report summarizes, the commission compared samples from the bones said to belong to Nicholas II with DNA taken from the remains of his father, Alexander III, and found that the likelihood of paternity was 99.9999988%.


  • Astronomers from the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland have published a study, claiming to have identified a wandering black hole in the Milky Way galaxy for the first time. Kailash Sahu, who led the research, reported that his team had made the “first unambiguous detection and mass measurement of an isolated stellar-mass black hole.” The study has been submitted to the Astrophysical Journal, and is also available for peer review on the pre-print server arXiv. The celestial object is said to be traveling at approximately 45 kilometers (28 miles) per second and is located some 5,200 light-years away from Earth. Scientists believe the black hole was propelled into space when its parent star exploded – hence the unusually high speed for an object of its kind. The discovery was made with the help of the Hubble Space Telescope, and dates back to 2011.


  • The latest intense cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar this weekend, with gusts reaching 146 miles per hour (235 kph). Coastal areas were hit with particularly high waves, while strong wind and rain devastated the east coast, causing “significant and widespread damage.” Entire villages had been destroyed by the storm, officials said, adding there is more risk of landslides and flooding. The storm even ripped open graves in cemeteries.


  • US national debt topped $30 trillion for the first time in history last month, according to data from the Treasury Department. However, Jim Rogers, legendary investor and co-founder of the Quantum Fund alongside George Soros, says the actual debt amount is likely to be much higher than Washington admits. According to Rogers, the US has no chance of climbing out of the current debt hole, and the strategy that’s being implemented is to sit and wait until the younger generation has to deal with the problem.


  • With an aim to save birds in the national capital, a resident of Delhi’s Ashok Vihar area has built more than 2.5 lakh nests in his life, is called the “Nest Man” in the city. Rakesh Khatri, also known as the Nest Man, also teaches people to create nests and taught more than lakhs of students till now. He has also received many awards for building these shelters for birds.


  • Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson declared a state of emergency in Canada’s capital on Sunday following ten consecutive days of trucker protests against Covid vaccine mandates in the downtown part of the city. Jim Watson said in a statement that his decision “reflects the serious danger and threat to the safety and security of residents posed by the ongoing demonstrations.” Watson also called for “support from other jurisdictions and levels of government.” The mayor pointed out that the Freedom Convoy protesters outnumbered law enforcement personnel.


  • Avalanches and landslides are common across the Line of Actual Control that divides India from China. Temperatures can drop to as low as minus 60 degrees Celsius during the winter. Seven Indian Army personnel are reported to have been buried by an avalanche near the deltoid junction of China and Bhutan in Arunachal Pradesh. The Indian Army said on Monday that the incident took place at an altitude of 14,500ft at the Kameng Sector in Arunachal Pradesh on Sunday. “Search and rescue operations are at present underway. Specialised teams have been airlifted to assist in rescue operations,” Lt Col Harsh Wardhan Pande, the Indian Army’s spokesman in Tezpur, said on Monday. Pande added that over the past few days, the weather in the area has been horrible and there as been heavy snowfall. According to estimates, more than 35,000 troops are deployed at great altitudes across the eastern and northern commands of the Indian Army.


  • The world’s most prolific researchers are already exploring every gene and cell in the human body to try and tackle the ageing process with the help of so-called “rejuvenation science”. The main focus of the research, which by the way, is sponsored by billionaires such as Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, has been placed on extending something called healthy life expectancy, or “healthspan”. The medicines, among them rapamycin and metformin, researchers believe, can increase overall life expectancy and have a rejuvenating effect on a person’s immune system.


  • According to Macron, the main goal of his visit is “not Ukraine, but a clarification of the rules…with NATO and the EU”. After the meeting with Putin, Macron is expected to travel to Kiev for talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
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Obama in Hawaii inspecting the construction of his oceanfront mansion.

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As the yield-spreads blow out wider, so the risk of an ‘exit’ of one of the peripheral nations grows, and today saw the market start betting on ‘Italeave’…

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Grand Jury Proceeding by the Peoples' Court of Public Opinion

Grand Jury Proceeding by the Peoples’ Court of Public Opinion

Empowering Public Conscience through Natural Law
‘Injustice to One is an Injustice to All’

We, a group of international lawyers and a judge, hereby are conducting criminal investigation modelled after the United States Grand Jury proceedings.

This Grand Jury Investigation serves as a model legal proceeding to present to a jury (consisting of the citizens of the world) all available evidence of COVID-19 Crimes Against Humanity to date against “leaders, organizers, instigators and accomplices” who aided, abetted or actively participated in the formulation and execution of a common plan for a pandemic.

Crimes to be investigated include all acts performed or omitted by a person in pursuance of a common design to commit Crimes Against Humanity, and all such criminal acts condemned in the various communities of jurors around the world.

This investigation is of the people, by the people and for the people and shall be referred to as the ‘Peoples´ Court of Public Opinion.

Having been unable to find a court to hear the actual evidence in the current system´s courts of law, we are undertaking this proceeding outside of the current system and based on natural law.

This, in turn is founded on the firm belief that every person can easily distinguish between good and evil, and between right and wrong.

The allegation is that the world’s governments have come under the controlling influence of corrupt and criminal power structures.

They colluded to stage a pandemic that they had been planning for years. To this end they deliberately created mass panic through false statements of fact and a socially engineered psychological operation whose messages they conveyed through the corporate media.

The purpose of this mass panic was to persuade the population to agree to the so-called “vaccinations” which have in the meantime be proven to be neither effective, nor safe, but extremely dangerous, even lethal.

The economic, social, and health damage that these Crimes Against Humanity have caused to the world’s population can be measured in quadrillions of dollars.

The lawyers listed below, with the assistance of a number of highly respected scientists and experts from around the globe and under the auspices of a judge from Portugal, will conduct this Grand Jury Investigation and thereby provide the jury (the citizens of the world) with a complete picture of these Crimes Against Humanity.

The ‘Peoples´ Court of Public Opinion´s investigation´s purpose is twofold: On the one hand it is to serve as a model proceeding and get indictments against some of the criminally and civilly responsible figure heads of these Crimes against Humanity.

And on the other hand it is – through showing a complete picture of what we are facing, including the geopolitical and historical backdrop – to create awareness about

the factual collapse of the current, hijacked system and its institutions, and, as a consequence the necessity for the people themselves retaking their sovereignty, and the necessity to first stop this plandemic’s measures by refusing to comply, and the necessity to jump-start their own new system of health care, education, economics and judiciary, so that democracy and the rule of law on the basis of our constitutions will be reestablished.

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Kuril Islands

Ebeko, a so-called somma volcano (a type of volcano within a volcano), located on the Kuril Islands in Russia, has woken up after a long period of mild activity, shooting a pillar of ashes into the sky.

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Schwerin, Germany

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