News Burst 8 June 2021
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- Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced he will travel to space aboard Blue Origin’s first crewed spaceflight with his brother, Mark, and a winner of auction for a seat on Blue Origin’s New Shepard spacecraft, whose identity is yet to be revealed. The flight is set to take place on 20 July this year. Earlier in May, an online bid for a seat aboard Blue Origin’s first crewed spaceflight reached $2.6 million.
- The Russian government has been preparing to transfer all currency liquidity from the dollar to the euro, the country’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov announced on Monday.
- The Swedish Muslim Party Nuance has launched an election campaign in Turkey in a bid to enter the Swedish parliament next year, the party leader, Mikail Yüksel, announced on TikTok. Nuance has put up several posters and banners in Yüksel’s hometown of Kulu in central Turkey. The reason is that many Turks and Kurds living in Sweden visit the city during the summer when they travel home to meet relatives and friends. “With only 23,000 votes, we can enter the Riksdag,” the posters say.
- Republican lawmakers have called for Anthony Fauci to be fired for having “blood on his hands”, and demanded that he testify before congressional committees and provide information related to the origins of CVD amid a trove of emails, released by BuzzFeed, dating back to the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said that the upcoming report on unidentified aerial phenomena the US military has been witnessing and recording on tape will not be the last step in a serious investigation into the matter. The US military and intelligence agencies are scheduled to submit a report on UFOs to Congress in June. The report is compiled by the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. The upcoming report is part of a provision in the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and appropriations bill that then-President Donald Trump signed last year. The stipulation called for a “detailed analysis of unidentified aerial phenomena data and intelligence” from the Office of Naval Intelligence, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force, and the FBI. This week, The New York Times reported, citing senior administration officials briefed on the findings of the report, that US intelligence officials had found no evidence that the aerial phenomena witnessed by Navy pilots in recent years are alien spacecraft. The intelligence agencies, however, also failed to explain the unusual movements of the objects.
- Naomi Wolf, former political adviser to 42nd US President Bill Clinton, has been suspended from Twitter for posting anti-vaccine remarks. Wolf spread a popular conspiracy theory claiming that inoculations against the coronavirus contain microchips, which are purportedly implanted to control the population. In one of her posts, she wrote that vaccines allegedly contain a “software platform that can receive uploads”. She also claimed that vaccines “made by Apple” allow time travel, compared leading US expert on infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci to “Satan”, and insisted that the urine and faeces of vaccinated people should be separated from general sewage until studies reveal their effect on water.
- Hunter Biden said strippers are the “most fascinating people” he has ever met in his life, the Washington Examiner reported, citing an audio file reportedly from his laptop. According to the outlet, during the recording, which was made in May 2018, Biden talks to an acquaintance, who is a stripper. He first bragged how he has been “to almost every club on every continent … from Cairo to China”. The father of four then wondered why society pushes every woman to be a checkout girl at a grocery store, a job that can’t pay for college, when “dancing with your clothes off for money for men all over the world” can earn money to pay for a higher education. The 51-year-old has a daughter with stripper Lunden Roberts. Hunter initially denied paternity, however, a subsequent DNA test confirmed that he is the biological father of a girl that was born in August 2018. Media reports say that while Biden avoided contact with Roberts, she was on the payroll of his consulting firm.
- The Delhi Police said Monday that MC Kode, aka Aaditya Tiwari, a popular personality from the underground hip-hop circuit, has been missing for the last few days. The rap artist couldn’t be found anywhere after posting an ambiguous Instagram story, police officials revealed on Monday. A senior Delhi Police official said that the rapper, identified as MC Kode aka Aaditya Tiwari (22), had faced a backlash and death threats after a video of an old ‘rap battle’ resurfaced. It purportedly showed Tiwari reciting disrespectful lyrics about Hindu scriptures. “Efforts made to trace him were in vain, following which a case was filed under Section 365 of the Indian Penal Code (Kidnapping or abduction),” Atul Kumar Thakur, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South district) said. Meanwhile, one person even announced a reward of $687 for anyone who would slap him 20 times and record it.
- A report by the South China Morning Post indicates the United States is not the only country that has set up a task force to detect and analyse sightings of UFOs. According to the outlet, the People’s Liberation Army has been studying UFO sightings for several years. China’s UFO task force has been “overwhelmed” by reports of mysterious sightings, the South China Morning Post reported, citing anonymous sources. According to the newspaper, reports about UFOs, which are known as “unidentified air conditions” in China, have been on the rise. This has prompted the UFO unit to resort to the use of artificial intelligence during investigations of the incidents. The Chinese military believes that sightings of unidentified objects are more likely caused by “humans than aliens”, a local scientist told the South China Morning Post.
- Qantas Group’s chief security officer Luke Bramah said he was “disturbed” by the claims, which have been reported in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age newspaper in Melbourne and on the TV current affairs programme 60 Minutes. In a joint investigation the newspapers said a classified intelligence operation called Project Brunello found up to 150 Qantas workers had family or other ties with criminals or gangs.
- Malaysian police are using drones which can check temperatures from as high as 20 meters above ground in the latest example of coronavirus population control. The drones alert authorities if someone has a high temperature reading by emitting a red light, according to Bernama, Malaysia’s state news agency. “Malaysian police have previously warned they will use drones to enforce earlier travel restrictions, with officers in some areas also stating they would carry out surprise home visits to ensure people were following rules.” There have been numerous previous examples of authorities deploying surveillance drone technology to enforce COVID-19 rules. Authorities in Spain have used surveillance drones to make sure people who visit beaches are complying with social distancing regulations. In Brussels, Belgium, police used drones fitted with loudspeakers to bark orders to people to “stay at home.”
- France’s competition watchdog has fined Google 220 million euros ($267 million) for abusing its market power in the online advertising industry. The French Competition Authority said Monday Google had unfairly sent business to its own services, and discriminated against the competition. Google has agreed to pay the fine and end some of its self-preferencing practices, the watchdog said.
- Facebook’s ‘independent fact checkers’ relied on a letter spearheaded by a major financial backer of the Wuhan Institute of Virology to ‘debunk’ articles exploring the possibility that the COVID-19 pandemic originated in a leak from the lab, it has emerged. For nearly a year, Facebook censored articles exploring the lab leak theory, labeling them ‘false information’ and punishing news publishers by limiting their reach on the platform, before the social media giant sheepishly reversed course last month. Facebook relies on third-party fact-checkers to ‘debunk’ false claims, and in the case of the lab leak theory, a February article from Facebook partner Science Feedback played a key role in the social media site’s censorship. The article, which purported to ‘debunk’ a New York Post opinion column questioning China’s denials of a lab leak scenario, prominently cited a letter to The Lancet, a leading medical journal, signed by ’27 eminent public health experts’. It has now emerged that the Lancet letter, which played a key role in suppressing early debate on the pandemic’s origins, was not only signed but organized by Peter Daszak, whose group funneled U.S. taxpayer dollars to controversial gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).
- The publisher of The Washington Post accused the US Department of Justice of an “unprecedented assault on American news organizations” under President Joe Biden. Fred Ryan said that government action against media outlets had worsened since President Donald Trump left office, despite Biden officials taking a much less combative approach to the news media in public. Ryan noted in an opinion article that Biden had criticized the Trump administration for using “extraordinary measures to obtain subpoenas to secretly seize records of reporters at three leading U.S. news organizations.” But, he argued, once in power Biden “intensified the government’s attack on First Amendment rights before finally backing down in the face of reporting about its conduct.” “This escalation, on Biden’s watch, represents an unprecedented assault on American news organizations and their efforts to inform the public about government wrongdoing,” Ryan said. Ryan appeared to be referring to a lawyer that represents some New York Times journalists claiming the Biden administration imposed a gag order on those journalists and unsuccessfully tried to obtain their email logs.
- The creator of a COVID-19 vaccine app used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has died two months after taking a COVID vaccine. Joel Robert Kallman of Delaware, Ohio, died on May 25, after tweeting a message March 26 that he had received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Two days after his death his employer announced that he had “passed away from Covid-19.”
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