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  • [Always “rules for thee but not for me”]  – “The president of the court of the European Union has decided to temporarily suspend the imposition of the Green Pass for access to the buildings of the European Parliament”. This was reported by the Belgian press agency, specifying that “some MEPs and the staff of the European parliament had appealed against this imposition”.

 

  • There’s been an explosion of UFO initiatives over the past 12 months, including the formation of the International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research and the launch of the Galileo Project. And then there was the groundbreaking report by the Pentagon, in which it admitted there were incidents of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) that couldn’t be explained. Ross Coulthart, the author of a new book, ‘In Plain Sight’, which records an array of mysterious UFO sightings around the world – and details officialdom’s extraordinary efforts to deny them or cover them up. “It has been overwhelming. I’m exhausted every day – I wake up and there are literally 300 to 500 emails, people telling me about their sightings, people offering me information. It’s like we’ve opened a wound and all of the reality is pouring out.”

 

  • Conservative pundit and talk show host Candace Owens said New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s plan to give children $100 for CVD vaccination was akin to brainwashing them. “It buys a whole lot of candy,” the mayor said. “This is a dystopian nightmare,” Owens said. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended the Pfizer vaccine for children aged five to 11 this week.

 

  • The head of Russia’s largest bank, Herman Gref, says the main cause of the energy crisis in Europe is faulty planning of the energy transition. “We believe that the current energy crisis in Europe is not a renewable energy crisis, but an energy transition planning crisis and a gas crisis. Here I agree with the president of Russia, who pointed out the flaws in planning for the European energy transition,” Gref said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

 

  • Fisherman Adán Arana of San Carlos, located some 260 kilometers north of La Paz, died after suffering health problems during the last two months. Those problems, according to local media reports, prevented him from enjoying the pickup truck recently given to him by his son. So when he died, his son decided the best he could do was bury his father with his truck. Local authorities were unaware of the construction of the tomb, there having been no request for a permit. But in the meantime Adán Arana rests in peace in his pickup.

 

  • México – On Friday morning, narco banners appeared around the city of Metepec threatening the lives of any musicians who dared to perform at the 2021 Metepec Fair, in a possible case of unpaid extortion. The banners, signed by the Familia Michoacana, were hung from overpasses and directed at the fair promoter Mario García. “Urgent message: We inform all the artists who were going to perform in the Metepec Fair not to perform at that venue, to avoid the spilling of innocent blood including theirs … due to the actions of that bum, the businessman Mario García, they are prohibited from performing. Respect our organization and we will respect your lives. Familia Michoacana,” read the banners.

 

  • Tourists, mainly from the UK, US and Germany, should avoid having sex on Gran Canaria’s famous sand dunes behind the bushes because of the detrimental effect on the landscape, new research by the Beach and Dune Systems (BEADS) Laboratory of Flinders University and the Group of Physical Geography and Environment of the Institute of Oceanography and Global Change (IOCAG-ULPGC) revealed. According to the research, so many individuals visit the Canary Islands to engage in unlawful open-air sex on the dunes that uncommon species and bushes are being wiped out. The researchers have found nearly 300 favorite spots on the enormous expanse of sand on the island’s south side.

 

  • Ghislaine Maxwell has allegedly proposed calling in a psychologist who testified at Harvey Weinstein’s trial as her defence witness. Professor Elizabeth Loftus, a renowned cognitive psychologist, was included in a list of potential witnesses submitted by Maxwell’s lawyers, reported Bloomberg. Ahead of the trial, set to begin on 29 November, prospective jurors began filling out 24-page questionnaires in federal court in Manhattan on Thursday.

 

  • A modified drone which crashed near a Pennsylvania power substation in July 2020 was “likely being used…to specifically target energy infrastructure,” a law enforcement bulletin by the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the National Counterterrorism Center has revealed. The memo, obtained by ABC News and CNN, said that authorities still do not know what individual or group may have been operating the drone, which crashed on a roof close to the substation. No details were provided on which power facility was targeted, and no damage was reported. The memo did not specify the cause of the crash. The drone was said to have been modified, and fitted with a tether supporting a length of copper wire –apparently meant to short-circuit the high-voltage equipment at the substation by coming into contact with it, potentially leading to plant shutdown and possible combustion. The UAV used was a DJI Mavic 2, a consumer-grade quadrocopter commonly sold for about $1,600 US online. The drone’s camera, memory card and serial number labels had been removed.

 

  • A 25-year-old woman, Joanne Zhu, residing in Sydney became a millionaire overnight after winning the grand prize of $1 million for the Million Dollar Vax Campaign in Australia. The Million Dollar Vax Campaign was started in October by a group of corporations and philanthropists as a means to boost vaccination rates in the country.

 

  • The first heavy snowfall of the winter lashed the Chinese capital overnight, causing disruptions in railway and air traffic, with the cold spell forecast to continue until Monday. The Yanqing District in the suburbs of Beijing saw the heaviest snowfall. The coat of snow reached 40 centimeters (15.8 inches) and more in some areas.

 

  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, president of the United Arab Emirates and the ruler of Abu Dhabi, has announced sophisticated legislative reforms that provide a modern judicial framework for non-Muslims to resolve family disputes in a flexible manner. The new law consists of 20 articles divided into several chapters covering civil marriage, divorce, joint child custody, and inheritance.The new law also paved the way for establishing the first court dedicated to non-Muslim family matters.

 

  • Two astronauts of China’s Shenzhou 13 spacecraft went to open space on Sunday to spend six hours outside the national space station, the China Manned Space Program said. “The crew of Shenzhou 13 will work in open space for the first time on7 November 2021,” the space body said on WeChat, adding that the two astronauts will be supported from a colleague onboard the Tiangong station. During a six-month mission, the Chinese astronauts will go to open space several times to carry out scientific experiments and perform the operations as part of the project of the Tiangong station construction.

 

  • Astro2020’s top-recommended new program would be a supersize and far more sophisticated successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, which itself was the first in NASA’s sequence of four “Great Observatories” sent aloft between 1990 and 2003. Like Hubble, it would operate in optical, infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths, but it would be perhaps three times larger than that storied observatory and built for an estimated $11 billion. Beginning development at the end of this decade for a notional launch in the mid-2040s, it would snap pictures of dozens of potentially habitable exoplanets and study their atmospheres for signs of life while also being a workhorse for a wealth of transformative astrophysics.
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