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November 30, 2020

Nov 30 07:40

Tesla Now Building Third Gen Superchargers In China

In what appears to us to be a continuing push to eventually become a Chinese company, Tesla will soon be producing its third generation electric Superchargers in China, in addition to vehicles it already manufactures there.

The company said it'll start producing the chargers in 2021, according to Reuters. It plans on investing $6.4 million in a new factory to help make its third generation of chargers, called the Supercharger V3.

It's no surprise Musk is eager to expand in China, having called the country "smart" and "hard working" back in August of this year. The Tesla CEO - who has made himself billions off the back of U.S. government subsidies and the U.S. taxpayer - took to the "Daily Drive" podcast over the summer to make it clear exactly what country his allegiances lie with.

Nov 30 07:39

Here's How Central Banks Will Finally Unleash Inflation: The Shenzhen Case Study

Back in 2009, when the Fed first launched QE, a majority of traders and strategists were convinced that the Fed would spark an inflationary inferno as a result of the hundreds of billions of dollars (back then, that was a big number) of liquidity injected into markets and which - using the Weimar Republic as an example - consensus expected would find their way to the broader economy triggering sharply higher prices as a result of global currency devaluation.

And while one part of this forecast turned out to be true, with asset prices indeed hyperinflating in the subsequent decade, the flood of central bank reserves did little to boost benign broader economy inflation, i.e., wages.

Nov 30 07:38

What is Staple Street, Owner of Dominion Voting and Six Flags, Hiding?

When the international investigations of election fraud during (and before) the 2020 US presidential election went viral on the internet, involving Dominion Voting Systems and others, the owner of Dominion Voting Systems, Staple Street, removed most of the pages from its company website.

Originally, Staple Street’s website had the following 6 pages in its navigation menu: About, Investment Criteria, Team, Executive Board, Portfolio and Contact.

Nov 30 07:38

“Mainstream” Is a Misnomer, What You’re Reading Is Regime Media

Here’s a mental exercise for you. Think of any issue of grave importance to the Washington establishment. Then ask yourself if the US mainstream media was state-run…would its coverage of it be any different from what it is now?

Think about it, on the domestic front the big hitters continue to say that the economy is doing fine and the post-2008 recovery was great, even as real people flock to protest candidates Trump and Sanders in record numbers.

On the foreign policy side, the media is more or less sweeping the Saudi war in Yemen under the rug by offering only very occasional and subdued critique — which happens to mimic the reservations White House holds about this greatest humanitarian disaster of the present in private.

Nov 30 07:37

German Defense Minister Says Necessary to Talk to Russia ‘From a Position of Strength’ as ‘Has Always Been a Good Tradition of German Policy’

Germany’s new Defense Minister tells the Bundestag:

“If we want to approach the negotiations – including on disarmament – from a position of strength, we must strengthen our positions.”

“This, too, has always been a good tradition of German foreign policy and should remain so in the future.”

Nov 30 07:37

Offering a ‘Return to Normalcy,’ Biden Pledges Troop Surges in Iraq and Afghanistan

After promising a return to normalcy after four turbulent years under his predecessor, President-elect Joe Biden took concrete steps in that direction today by pledging to order troop surges in both Iraq and Afghanistan on his first day in office.

“Americans today are more divided than ever before,” the former vice president said in a speech. “And those deep divisions are reflected here in Washington at the highest levels of government.”

“It seems like the last time Congress achieved a true bipartisan consensus was when we authorized the use of military force against Iraq back in 2002,” Biden said. “Those halcyon days can be ours again — and they will be, once troop levels return to 10,000 in both Iraq and Afghanistan!”

Nov 30 07:36

‘Apologize to the Afghan people’: China scoffs after Canberra demands Beijing retract poster about Aussie war-crime report

Beijing has rejected calls for an apology after a Chinese official shared a doctored poster of an Australian soldier attacking an Afghan girl, urging Canberra to instead seek forgiveness for its alleged war crimes in Afghanistan.

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison demanded an official apology from Beijing after Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian posted a tweet calling for justice over a recent war-crimes report released in Australia – with an illustration of an Aussie soldier holding a knife to a child’s throat.

Nov 30 07:32

MAGA supporters chant 'stop the steal' as they gather in Florida to kick-off two-week March For Trump bus tour in the swing states he lost to Biden

MAGA supporters kicked off a two-week bus trip dubbed the 'March For Trump' in Florida on Sunday, aiming to tour the East coast, including swing states which the president lost to Joe Biden in the election.

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Nov 30 07:20

‘We have a deficit, they have a lot of oil’: Biden may tap career Russiagater with creative economic ideas for top budgeting post

An Obamacare architect, former Hillary Clinton adviser and career Russiagater, Neera Tanden, has been tapped as potential budget office director under Biden, setting Twitter on fire with recollections of her toxic track record.

Tanden was a healthcare adviser under the Barack Obama administration and helped draft his brainchild the Affordable Care Act. A close ally of Hillary Clinton during her unsuccessful 2016 presidential run, she currently heads the pro-Clinton think tank Center for American Progress. Although born and raised in the United States, Tanden’s parents are immigrants from India.

The mainstream media have praised her potentially becoming “the first woman of color and the first South Asian American to lead the Office of Management and Budget.”

Known for her combative tweeting, Tanden seems to have a habit of clashing with anyone who questions the wisdom of the Democratic Party’s political machine.

Nov 30 07:20

‘Russian disinformation’ is Western focus, but Carole Cadwalladr libel case exposes how real problem is ‘British disinformation’

Russian Disinformation. Russian Disinformation. Russian Disinformation. How many times have you heard that over the past four years? But what about British disinformation? This phenomenon seems to completely escape scrutiny.

Much of the current Russia paranoia began with claims that Donald Trump was recruited by Russian intelligence years ago as a sleeper agent, and then given a leg-up into the presidency of the United States with the help of the GRU. The claims of ‘collusion’ were repeated over and over, and yet at the end of the day none of them could be substantiated. And where did it all start? In the now-notorious dossier assembled by former British spook Christopher Steele.

Nov 30 07:18

Pompeo spells out the new normal: All criticism of Israel is ‘antisemitic’

It is tempting to dismiss last week’s statements by Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, equating anti-Zionism with antisemitism and suggesting the global movement to boycott Israel is driven by hatred of Jews, as the last gasp of a dying administration. But that would be foolhardy.

Pompeo’s decision to label all but the most tepid criticism of Israel as antisemitism is fully in line with the current redrawing of the limits of western political debate about Israel.

To underscore his message, Pompeo issued his statement as he headed to an illegal Jewish settlement in the West Bank – the first such official visit by a US secretary of state. New guidelines announced that in future the US would mark settlement goods as “Made in Israel”, concealing the fact that they are produced in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Nov 30 07:18

How Mossad Executed Iran's Nuclear Chief: Power To The Entire Region Was Cut As Gun And Bomb Attack Blasted His Convoy Before He Was Dragged From Car And Finished Off... Then The 12 Assassins Melted Away

Remarkable detail of the elaborate plot to assassinate 'prominent and distinguished' Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh has been leaked - as the rogue nation claim Israel is behind the hit.

Nov 30 07:18

Reports on Flynn pardon leave out elephant in the room: Israeli interference in US policy

Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Mike Flynn yesterday, and leading media left out a large part of the basis of Flynn’s conviction: Israeli interference in U.S. foreign policy. They said that Flynn got charged for what he did for Russia. There’s no mention of Israel.

First a look back at Flynn’s downfall. In late December 2016, during the transition, President Obama issued sanctions against Russia for election interference. That same day the Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak contacted Flynn, and Flynn called the team in Mar-a-Lago then called the ambassador back, and asked him not to escalate the situation. The next day Vladimir Putin said Russia wasn’t going to retaliate.

Flynn lied about these contacts to the FBI; and he got charged.

Nov 30 07:17

The Mammoth Cost Of Operating America's Combat Aircraft

The non-partisan U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently released an overview of mission capable rates and the cost of operating U.S. military aircraft. It examined more than 40 different aircraft types, finding that only three of them reached their mission capable goals between fiscal years 2011 and 2019. In total, the report put the collective cost of operating all of the U.S. military's aircraft fleets at $49 billion in fiscal year 2018, taking operational & support (O&S) costs such as maintenance as well as supply support in account. O&S generally makes up 70 percent of a weapon system's total life cycle costs and it includes spare parts, depot and field maintenance, contract services, engineering support and personnel, amongst other factors.

Nov 30 07:14

A suicide car bomber struck an army base in Afghanistan on Sunday killing at least 30 security personnel, officials said, in one of the deadliest attacks targeting government forces in months.

Holiday celebrations were causing concern in New York City on Sunday as crowds who had traveled for Thanksgiving returned home, groups gathered to admire Christmas lights, and the city's surge in COVID cases only worsened.

Nov 30 07:13

Suicide car bomb kills 30 Afghan security personnel

A suicide car bomber struck an army base in Afghanistan on Sunday killing at least 30 security personnel, officials said, in one of the deadliest attacks targeting government forces in months.

Nov 30 07:13

Mr. President: Take Your Case to the American People

Reprehensible, outrageous, grotesque. One could go on utilizing every adjective in the English language and it would not be enough to describe the deceit, lies and bias by the MSM since election day.

The MSM and that includes FOX News Network, have been maniacal in their efforts to convince the American people Trump lost the election. “Repeat the lie often enough” and “the bigger the lie more will believe it” has been their modus operandi.

WH correspondents and reporters have become even more hostile and disrespectful since election day to the point where Trump had to finally slap down one of the pimps: Trump to Fake News reporter: “Don’t ever talk to the president that way!“- “Don’t talk to me that way. You’re just a lightweight. Don’t talk to me that way. Don’t talk to… I’m the President of the United States. Don’t ever talk to the president that way.”

Nov 30 07:12

Japan's female suicide crisis: More people killed themselves in October than died from Covid over entire year - with women worst affected

More people have committed suicide in October than have died from Covid-19 over the entire year in Japan, with government statistics showing women are worst affected.

Nov 30 07:12

US 'Must Realise' It Cannot Stop Nord Stream 2 Construction, Oxford Analyst Says

Multi-billion-euro gas pipeline project Nord Stream 2 was put on pause last year after the United States imposed sanctions against firms involved in its construction. The project’s operator said on Saturday that it was planning to resume “the pipe-laying work” this year.

American sanctions will not stop the Nord Stream 2 project from being completed, which could happen by the middle of next year as planned, Bloomberg revealed citing analysts and executives from the industry.

“All in all, it is still possible for Nord Stream 2 to be built by summer 2021 and get all the necessary certification to flow gas the next winter,” Oxford Institute for Energy Studies’ senior research fellow Katja Yafimava told Bloomberg.

According to the distinguished expert on energy politics, the United States must come to the realisation that “it cannot stop” Nord Stream 2.

Nov 30 07:11

People Run in Panic as Indonesia's Lewotolo Volcano Erupts - Video

No injuries or damage has so far been reported on Lomblen island which is home to more than 100,000 people.

Videos have been shared on YouTube, showing the Lewotolo volcano on Lomblen island in southern Indonesia erupting and spewing smoke and ash into the sky.

Footage shows people, some of them with little children in their arms, running in panic from the area surrounding the volcano.

According to VolcanoDiscovery, seismologists had warned local residents about a high level of activity at the Lewotolo volcano and advised that they use face coverings to protect their respiratory system from particles of ash in the air.

Nov 30 07:11

Step into my office (if you can)! Tokyo hotel creates double-decker desk pods in bid to lure WFH workers

A hotel in Japan has transformed its sleeping pods into workspaces in an effort to boost business after witnessing a fall in the number of overnight stays amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Nov 30 07:11

Killing of top Iranian nuclear scientist: Reported versions change from 12-person commando squad to REMOTE-CONTROLLED machine gun

Iran's top scientist was assassinated with a remote-controlled machine gun from 150 meters away, semi-official news agency Fars said, contradicting previous detailed reports of a 12-person commando team doing the killing.

Citing “new details” obtained by its journalists from unidentified sources, Fars said on Sunday that the lead security vehicle in scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh's three-vehicle convoy of bulletproof cars left its escort position to prepare the arrival location in Absard, east of Tehran.

Nov 30 07:10

NYC mayor reopens elementary schools under pressure from parents, but hints no return to norm without vaccine

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that preschools and elementary schools will reopen on December 7. The decision comes less than two weeks after he ordered all public schools to close due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

“One of the things that's been very clear is folks wanted school to keep moving forward and be open so long as it could be done safely,” de Blasio said at a press conference.

“A lot of people have been saying, rightfully, a lot of parents, we've heard your voices loud and clear: you wanted schools back open, but we're going to ask everyone to be a part of that, everyone to participate to make it work,” the mayor said, noting that testing consent forms will be required for students. Under the new guidelines, 20 percent of every student body be tested on a weekly basis. Students were previously tested for the virus monthly.

Nov 30 07:10

Australian authorities seize child, rule parents ABUSIVE for resisting hormone therapy to help daughter become son – report

An Australian couple whose child was reportedly seized by state authorities is appealing a magistrate's ruling finding them abusive and “dangerous” for resisting testosterone therapy for their daughter, who identifies as male.

Lawyers for the unidentified parents filed papers last week seeking to appeal a magistrate's October decision, setting up what appears to be the country's first test case on parental rights regarding gender dysphoria medicine, the Australian newspaper reported on Saturday. Their child, then 15, was taken away from the family last year, after discussing suicide online.

“The authorities say we will not allow her to change gender, so it's dangerous for told her to come back to our house because we will mentally abuse her,” the father told the Australian. “They want us to consent to testosterone treatment.”

Nov 30 07:09

4 French officers indicted, 3 placed on pre-trial detention after black music producer brutally beaten in Paris

The Paris prosecutor’s office has announced the indictment of the cops accused of beating black music producer Michel Zecler. Three of the four officers will remain detained before trial.

The group are facing accusations they beat Zecler at a recording studio while voicing racial remarks. Footage of the altercation was published online, earning condemnations from activists and even French President Emmanuel Macron, who said the images should “shame us all.”

Prosecutor Remy Heitz announced pretrial detainment for three of the four officers during a press conference on Sunday, to prevent “consultation” between them, as well as potential intimidation of witnesses.

Nov 30 07:06

Israel’s gift to Joe Biden, 52 days before he even takes office: War with Iran

The assassination of Tehran’s top nuclear scientist is a ploy by Israel to compel the likely US president-elect to reject diplomacy and choose military action to deal with Iran’s nuclear ambition. Which option will he choose?

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was the shadowy father of Iran’s nuclear program; his existence, let alone his work, was barely acknowledged by Iran. A brigadier general with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Command, Fakhrizadeh was involved in the academic aspects of Iranian national security, eventually heading up the Physics Research Center, where he masterminded the design and material acquisition in support of Iran’s uranium enrichment effort.

Nov 30 07:06

UN says at least 110 killed in suspected Boko Haram attack in Nigeria where many victims were beheaded

The death toll in a suspected Boko Haram attack on farmers in northeastern Nigeria on Saturday has reached at least 110, a UN humanitarian coordinator in the country said, urging the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

“At least 110 civilians were ruthlessly killed and many others wounded in this attack,” Edward Kallon, the UN’s humanitarian coordinator in Nigeria, said in a statement.

The incident was the “most violent direct attack against innocent civilians” in the country in 2020, Kallon pointed out. The perpetrators of this “heinous and senseless” act must be brought to justice, he added.

A group of armed men on motorcycles ambushed the farmers as they went into the rice fields to gather the harvest on Saturday. The bodies of 43 farmers have been recovered after the massacre, with around 30 of them being beheaded. The security forces have been searching the area for those missing.

Nov 30 07:05

‘Criminal act’: Ex-CIA chief urges Iran to wait on ‘return of responsible US leaders’ before reacting to nuclear scientist killing

Former CIA Director John Brennan has commented on the killing of a top Iranian nuclear scientist by urging Tehran to wait for “return of responsible American leadership” before taking retaliation against suspected perpetrators.

Amid speculation about the involvement of both Israel and the US in the alleged assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Brennan dubbed the death “a criminal act [and] highly reckless.”

“It risks lethal retaliation & a new round of regional conflict,” he said of the Friday attack, which reportedly included unknown assailants attacking Fakhrizadeh and his security forces.

Nov 30 07:05

‘Important to preserve scope for talks with Iran’: Germany warns against escalation after killing of top Iranian scientist

Berlin has urged “all parties” to avoid escalating tensions following the assassination of a senior Iranian scientist in what Tehran suspects to be an Israeli operation. Iran’s leader has pledged to go after those responsible.

“A few weeks before the new US administration takes office, it is important to preserve the scope for talks with Iran so that the dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme can be resolved through negotiations,” a spokesman for the German Foreign Ministry told Reuters in an email.

We therefore urge all parties to refrain from any steps that could lead to a further escalation of the situation.

Nov 30 07:04

'Fakhrizadeh assassination another desperate attempt to disrupt Iran's development'

Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Majid Takht-Ravanchi says there are “serious indications of Israeli responsibility” in the assassination of Iranian physicist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.

In a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the UN Security Council (UNSC) on Friday evening, Iran’s ambassador to the world body said that the Islamic Republic reserves the right to defend itself.

“The cowardly assassination of Martyr Fakhrizadeh -- with serious indications of Israeli responsibility in it – is another desperate attempt to wreak havoc on our region as well as to disrupt Iran’s scientific and technological development,” Takht-Ravanchi said in the letter.

Nov 30 07:04

Severe revenge for scientist’s assassination put on Iran’s agenda: IRGC chief

The chief commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has warned that “a severe revenge and punishment” has been put on Iran’s agenda in response to the assassination of a high-profile nuclear scientist with the Defense Ministry.

Major General Hossein Salami made the remarks in a message released on Friday after the targeted killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, head of the Iranian Defense Ministry’s Organization of Defensive Innovation and Research (known by its acronym as SPND), in Absard city of Damavand County, Tehran Province.

Salami hailed Fakhrizadeh as a leading scientist in the country’s strategic industries and a prominent professor at Imam Hussein University of Tehran, and strongly condemned his assassination in a “terrorist crime designed and directed by the fake, terrorist and infanticide Zionist regime.”

Nov 30 07:03

Yemen: Deployment of UK troops to Saudi Arabia won't change situation

A member of Yemen's Supreme Political Council has reacted to reports on the secret deployment of British troops to Saudi Arabia, saying the move will not change the situation on the ground.

On Saturday, British daily The Independent revealed that UK troops had been sent to defend oil fields in Saudi Arabia without the knowledge of parliament or the public.

Speaking to the Doha-based Al Jazeera broadcaster on Saturday, Mohammad al-Bakhiti said Britain and the United States are basically members of the Saudi-led coalition of aggressors against Yemen.

“The deployment of UK forces in Saudi Arabia does not change anything,” he added.

Nov 30 07:03

Trump accuses his own FBI and DOJ of 'helping rig the vote' in his first TV interview since losing to Biden, claims even Democrats think he won and warns 'ballot fraud' could spell the end of GOP

Donald Trump, in a rambling interview Sunday morning, accused his FBI and Department of Justices of conspiring to 'rig' the election for Joe Biden.

'This is total fraud and how – the FBI and Department of Justice, I don't know, maybe they're involved – but how people are allowed to get away from this with this stuff is unbelievable,' Trump told Fox News' Maria Bartiromo in his first interview since Election Day.

'This election was rigged,' he told the 'Sunday Morning Futures' host.

Nov 30 07:02

Post-Thanksgiving COVID hospitalizations hit a record 93,238 after Biden's coronavirus adviser said 'many who spent the holidays with loved ones will be in ICU by Christmas' and Fauci warned of a 'surge upon the surge'

The number of COVID-19 patients currently being treated in hospitals across the United States nearly doubled in the last month, hitting more than 93,000 over the Thanksgiving weekend.

As of Sunday 93,238 Americans were hospitalized with the virus, according to the COVID Tracking Project.

The rate of hospitalizations - now at the highest level since the pandemic began - comes after weeks of rising infection rates nationwide, with 16 states reporting record seven-day averages for daily new cases on Thursday and Friday.

Nov 30 07:02

The 'Godfather' of T-Rex: 230million-year-old remains of Erythrovenator that is the oldest relative of legendary prehistoric meat-eater are unearthed in Brazil

Remains of the oldest relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex - who walked the earth 230 million years ago - have been unearthed in Brazil.

Named Erythrovenator, the prehistoric beast was about six-and-a-half feet long with razor sharp teeth and claws and bristles.

It is the most primitive of its kind ever discovered.

Nov 30 07:01

The Sistine Chapel of the ancients: Eight-mile wall of prehistoric paintings of extinct animals and people painted by first humans to reach South America 12,500 years ago is discovered in the Amazon rainforest

An eight-mile wall of prehistoric rock art featuring animals and humans has been discovered in the Amazonian rainforest after it was created up to 12,500 years ago.

The historical artwork, which is now being called the 'Sistine Chapel of the ancients', was uncovered on cliff faces last year in the Chiribiquete National Park, Colombia, by a British-Colombian team of archaeologists funded by the European Research Council.

The date of the paintings has been based on the portrayal of extinct animals from the ice age such as the mastodon - a prehistoric relative of the elephant which hasn't been seen in South America for at least 12,000 years.

Nov 30 07:01

Hear the Eton lecture that dared question radical feminism: Video lesson about death of 'chivalry and honour' that got English teacher sacked and sparked freedom of speech row is posted on YouTube

A video of the lecture made by an Eton College teacher at the centre of a freedom of speech row has been posted on Youtube.

Sacked English teacher Will Knowland hit out at radical feminism and the idea of 'toxic masculinity', which he said had been used to attack men and male qualities.

In the lecture, named 'The Patriarchy Paradox', he claimed the male role as a 'protector' benefits society as a whole - including women.

Nov 30 07:00

Thousands of Thai pro-democracy protesters march on royal barracks wielding rubber ducks against armour-clad riot police to demand the King give up his regiments

Thousands of protesters marched on Thailand's royal barracks last night holding inflatable rubber ducks - a symbol used by the peaceful pro-democracy movement to ridicule the police.

Heavily-armoured officers defended by shields and banks of barbed wire kept the demonstrators from getting close to the King's Guard headquarters in Bangkok on Sunday.

Protesters are demanding curbs on of King Maha Vajiralongkorn's power, including that he renounce his claim on several of the royal army regiments.

Nov 30 06:59

Mysterious monolith found in remote Utah desert vanishes as mysteriously as it appeared to be replaced by shiny triangle (so did the aliens beam it up?)

A mysterious monolith that was found in the remote Utah desert has been removed by an 'unknown party' after its sudden arrival sparked theories it was left by aliens.

Nov 30 06:59

Indonesian volcano erupts forcing thousands to flee their island homes as giant cloud of deadly gas fills sky and avalanche of lava roars down mountainside

A volcano in Indonesia has erupted spewing ash and smoke as high as 2.5 miles into the sky and forcing more than 2,700 people fleeing from their homes.

The Mount Ile Lewotolok volcano in the East Nusa Tenggara province of Lembata in the Lesser Sunda Islands has forced 2,780 people to flee from 26 villages, officials have said.

Indonesia's Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Centre said on its website that the area near the volcano is likely to be inundated with 'hot clouds, lava stream, lava avalanche, and poisonous gas'.

Nov 30 06:56

BREAKING GEORGIA UPDATE: Judge Issues Restraining Order for 10 Days Preventing Defendants from Destroying or Erasing Dominion Voting Machines

Judge Timothy C. Batten, Sr. issued an order on Sunday morning to freeze ALL Dominion voting machines in the state of Georgia.

Via Attorney Linn Wood: “Defendants are ordered to maintain the statue quo & are temporarily enjoined from wiping or resetting any voting machines in the State of Georgia until further order of the Court.”

Then later this afternoon Judge Timothy Batten reversed claim later today based on the defendants’ claim that Georgia counties controlled the Dominion voting machines.

Nov 30 06:54

Russia Scrambles Su-27 Fighter to Intercept US Air Force Aircraft Over Black Sea

The intercept is the latest incident involving NATO and Russian aircraft flying near Russia's maritime borders, with similar occurrences taking place regularly from the Barents and Baltic seas in the north and west to the Bering Sea and the Sea of Okhotsk in Russia's Far East.

A Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jet has been scrambled to intercept a US Air Force surveillance aircraft flying over the Black Sea, the Russian Defence Ministry announced.

The US aircraft involved was said to be a Boeing RC-135 spy plane, with the Su-27 scrambled after ground-based radars had detected it as it approached the Russian maritime border.

Nov 30 06:53

CIA Partners with Google, Amazon and IBM in Latest Big Tech Procurement Drive

The vaunted “17 intelligence agencies” that comprise the U.S. intel community will be sharing a network of private-sector cloud computing service providers which includes Microsoft, Google, Oracle, IBM, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of a 15-year contract said to be worth tens of billions of dollars.

AWS currently holds the sole contract to provide cloud computing services to a number of intelligence agencies, including the FBI and the NSA. That contract is set to expire in 2023 and this new award – managed by the CIA – will further weaken Amazon’s once privileged position in the federal money sweepstakes, which had already taken a hard hit when Microsoft was unexpectedly chosen over Bezos’ company for the Department of Defense’s own cloud services contract for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) program.

Nov 30 06:53

Landmark legal ruling finds that Covid tests are not fit for purpose. So what do the MSM do? They ignore it

Four German holidaymakers who were illegally quarantined in Portugal after one was judged to be positive for Covid-19 have won their case, in a verdict that condemns the widely-used PCR test as being up to 97-percent unreliable.
Earlier this month, Portuguese judges upheld a decision from a lower court that found the forced quarantine of four holidaymakers to be unlawful. The case centred on the reliability (or lack thereof) of Covid-19 PCR tests.

Nov 30 06:53

New York City officials bust illegal Manhattan 'bottle club' attended by 400 partygoers and arrest four people for breaking COVID-19 rules and liquor laws

New York City officials busted a party of nearly 400 people in Manhattan that violated the city’s COVID-19 rules and liquor laws over the holiday weekend.

Nov 30 06:52

Trump Says DoJ, FBI May Have Been In On Large-scale Voter Fraud

The Trump campaign has accused Democrat Party officials in half a dozen battleground states of widespread election fraud, mostly involving mail-in ballots. Democrats, most legacy media, and even some Republicans have dismissed the allegations and urged the President to concede defeat.

President Donald Trump has accused the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation of possibly being 'in on' the alleged plot to steal the election from him.

"This is total fraud and how the FBI and the Department of Justice, I don't know, maybe they're involved, but how people are allowed to get away with this stuff is unbelievable. This election was rigged. This election was a total fraud," Trump alleged, speaking to Fox News in a telephone interview Sunday morning.

Nov 30 06:51

Slovakia Forced 3.5 Million People to Take Dubious COVID Test

On October 31, 2020, Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovi? used threats and intimidation to force people to take COVID-19, experimental antigen tests. The World Health Organization WHO granted the test kit an exemption for the experiment on Slovak citizens.

Testing is also performed by veterinarians!

"In a pilot test conducted last week in Slovak city Bardejov, serious illnesses occurred immediately after testing, and after a forced mass assembly, they also contracted other illnesses such as influenza and COVID-19.

The Government of the Slovak Republic mobilized the Slovak army and police and invited foreign troops from Austria and Hungary and US Army uniforms were also seen. Those who refused to take the tests will be excluded from life, will be imprisoned under house arrest, not allowed to work, to buy food or medicine. The world needs to know what's going on. Slovak citizens became the victims of Mengele's experiments and genocide.

Nov 30 06:49

'Hunger Like They've Never Seen It Before': US Food Banks Struggle as 1 in 6 Families With Children Don't Have Enough to Eat

One in six U.S. families with children don't have enough to eat this holiday season, a national emergency exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic and the unemployment crisis it has generated. Over the past several days, remarkable reporting in the Washington Post and National Geographic, among other outlets, has explored this alarming trend.

According to Feeding America, the largest hunger relief organization in the U.S., more than 50 million people will experience food insecurity by the end of the year. Among U.S. children, the figure rises to one in four. The group, which runs a network of some 200 food banks across the nation, says it distributed over half a billion meals last month alone, a 52% increase from an average pre-pandemic month.

The latest U.S. Census Bureau pandemic survey, published earlier this month, found that fewer than half of U.S. households with children were "very confident" they could afford to provide enough food for their families in the next month.

Nov 30 06:47

His True Support Base: Frail Biden Breaks His Leg, Media Knew But Took 27 Hours To Report It

President Donald Trump wished Biden on Sunday night to 'get well soon' after the president-elect fractured his ankle while playing with his German Shepherd Major.

Biden got the injury on Saturday and went to an orthopaedist at Delaware Orthopaedic Specialists in Newark, Delaware, to get medical assistance Sunday afternoon.

Nov 30 06:47

The Kraken Released: The Raid of the CIA Facility in Frankfurt

Nov 30 06:44

A Gun Battle Over the Servers??

Nov 30 06:24

Study: Media’s Biased Coverage of the Election Likely Handed the Presidency to Biden

Nov 30 06:20

Thousands of Thai pro-democracy protesters march on royal barracks wielding rubber ducks against armour-clad riot police to demand the King give up his regiments

Thousands of protesters marched on Thailand's royal barracks last night holding inflatable rubber ducks - a symbol used by the peaceful pro-democracy movement to ridicule the police.

Nov 30 06:16

London's homeless will be offered two-week stay in hotel over Christmas- with three meals a day and festive Zoom quiz starring Imelda Staunton and Ellie Goulding on December 25

London's homeless will be offered a two-week stay in a hotel over Christmas - with three meals a day and virtual appearances from celebrities.

Nov 30 06:14

‘We’re Not Backing Down’: Staten Island Pub Declares Itself ‘Autonomous Zone’ In Defiance Of Cuomo

“!ATTENTION! We hereby declare this establishment an !!!AUTONOMOUS ZONE!!!” signs proclaimed outside Mac’s Public House in Grant City, according to the New York Post. “We refuse to abide by any rules and regulations put forth by the Mayor of NYC and Governor of NY State.”

Nov 30 06:12

Lawsuit alleges Starbucks fired Christian barista who refused to wear LGBT 'pride' shirt

A New Jersey woman has filed a lawsuit against Starbucks claiming that she was fired from her barista job because she refused to wear a company t-shirt that promoted LGBT "pride."

POLL: Who is the most corrupt?

Nov 30 06:11

Dr. Birx says Americans who gathered at Thanksgiving need to assume they're infected with COVID-19, get tested this week

Dr. Deborah Birx said Americans "may have made mistakes over the Thanksgiving time period," and urged everyone who attended holiday gatherings last week to assume they are infected with COVID-19 and to get tested this week. Birx, the coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, made the statements during an appearance on "Face the Nation."

Nov 30 06:08

The Future Of The United States Hangs In The Balance In Georgia

That’s a phrase you’ve likely heard several hundred times over the last few months. Whether in the mainstream press, alternative media, or from friends and family, “hangs in the balance” has found a nice home for itself in the mouths of millions of Americans.

Nov 30 06:07

Democrat Rashida Tlaib Promotes Slogan Associated With Calling For Elimination Of Israel

“Rashida Tlaib RT’s out the same message that got Marc Lamont Hill canned from CNN,” StopAntisemitism.org noted. “From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be Free – code for eradicating the State of Israel and its millions of Jews. Reminder – this is a sitting U.S. Congresswoman.”

Nov 30 06:03

Indonesian volcano erupts forcing thousands to flee their island homes as giant cloud of deadly gas fills sky and avalanche of lava roars down mountainside

A volcano in Indonesia has erupted spewing ash and smoke as high as 2.5 miles into the sky and forcing more than 2,700 people fleeing from their homes.

Nov 30 06:02

Archaeologists find 4,500 bodies in an ancient Islamic necropolis hidden for more than 1,000 years in Spain

Experts discovered the 4,500 bodies in Tauste district earlier this month which is located near Zaragoza in the north west of the country.

Nov 30 06:02

'Grandma isn’t getting run over by any reindeer this year': NRA post video of elderly woman firing powerful rifle to the delight of gun enthusiasts on Twitter

The National Rifle Association on Sunday posted a video of an elderly woman firing a powerful rifle to the delight of gun enthusiasts on Twitter.

Nov 30 05:58

Hollywood's Time's Up charities spent donations on large salaries, paid little to help victims: report

The "Time's Up" organization, which is backed by several Hollywood actresses, spent a large amount of its donations on salaries, but relatively very little on legal costs to assist victims in court, according to public records.

Nov 29 21:33

Elon Musk Says SpaceX Aims To Launch ‘Starship’ Prototype SN8 More Than 9 Miles High In Upcoming Test Flight

Starship SN8 (Serial Number 8), a 165-foot tall stainless steel vehicle, is part of a series of prototypes built in the pursuit of developing an interplanetary transportation system designed to take humans and cargo to the Moon and Mars. It looks more like a rocket ship than previous versions that did not have a nose cone attached to the top or wing-like canards on the side.

Nov 29 21:24

Remote-Controlled Machine Gun On Top Of Truck Killed Iranian Scientist Before Self-Destructing With Bomb, Iranian Report Claims

A new report from the semi-official Iranian Fars News Agency, which is affiliated with the Iranian government, contradicted nearly all previous reports about the series of events that unfolded that led to the death of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.

Nov 29 21:17

S&P Global in Advanced Talks to Buy IHS Markit for About $44 Billion: WSJ

(REUTERS) - S&P GLOBAL Inc is in advanced talks to buy London-based IHS Markit Ltd for about $44 billion in a deal that would combine two major data providers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter.

A person familiar with the matter confirmed to Reuters that S&P Global was nearing a deal to buy IHS.

The deal, which at that price would be the largest of the year, could be announced as soon as Monday, according to the WSJ report. (https://on.wsj.com/2VtPXql)

Nov 29 21:10

REPORT: Coca-Cola, Nike Push Back On Legislation That Would Crack Down On Forced Labor In China

Nike and Cola are reportedly pushing back on legislation that would crack down on forced labor in China.

The New York Times reported Sunday that the two companies have joined several others in an effort to put pressure on Congress “to weaken a bill that would ban imported goods made with forced labor in China’s Xinjiang region.”

(RELATED: Report: Apple Is Lobbying To Soften Bill That Fights Forced Labor In China, Link: https://dailycaller.com/2020/11/21/apple-lobbying-china-forced-labor-u...)

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act has bipartisan support in Congress and is designed to ban certain goods that are produced in China with the aid of forced labor, particularly at the expense of religious minorities like the Uyghur Muslims.

Its passage would also force corporations to place their own supply chains under a proverbial microscope in order to ensure that they’re avoiding suppliers who utilized such labor sources.

Nov 29 21:06

NM Public Schools Are Missing 12K Students and They Want Them Back. Is It All About the Money?

Thousands of students are missing from attendance records in NM public schools and the system wants them back. Is it altruistic? Is it about indoctrination? Or is it about the money?

Nov 29 21:00

Oregon Mink Farm has Covid 19 Outbreak

Nov 29, 2020,07:09pm EST It’s not every day that minks make the news, except for now, when minks seem to be making the news every day. And the news about minks hasn’t been positive, like they’re hosting a new talk show or coming out with a new song entitled, “Love Minks.” No, the news about minks has been positive in a bad way, a very bad way. Covid-19 coronavirus outbreaks have been occurring on mink farms. And on Friday, the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) announced that a mink farm in Oregon is the latest one in the U.S. to have such an outbreak.

Indeed, the USDA National Veterinary Service Laboratory (NVSL) has confirmed that all 10 samples submitted by the ODA from the Oregon farm were indeed positive for SARS-CoV-2. As a result, the entire farm is under quarantine or isolation. No one is leaving the farm to mix with others anytime soon, whether they’ve got four legs or two.

Nov 29 19:25

“I’m Going to Use 125% of My Energy to Do It” – President Trump Vows to Reveal Massive Voter Fraud and Overturn Results in 2020 Election (VIDEO)

President Donald Trump joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures in an extensive interview that included the developments by his legal team in the 2020 election.

Nov 29 15:16

Avian Influenza, H5N8, Spreading Rapidly In Europe, What To Do About The Bird Flu

According to a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) report, since October 16, multiple European countries, including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom, have already reported outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses. For example, as Patrick Barkham described for The Guardian, swans in Great Britain have been “spinning in circles and discharging blood from their nostrils” and dying. It’s typically a bad sign to see anyone spinning in circles and discharging something from their nose besides scone fragments from laughing

Nov 29 11:48

Georgia: 30 Examples of Voter Fraud; Compromised Voting Machines?; Sworn Witness Testimonies

Nov 29 11:35

700,000 MORE “mail in” ballots were received and counted, than were mailed out to PA residents. PA Senator Doug Mastriano’s joint Resolution will give PA’s Electoral College votes to Trump…

So now you should understand the method to the madness of Rudy Giuliani presenting his evidence DIRECTLY to the Republican controlled House and Senate of Pennsylvania so there is NO PUBLIC QUESTION that massive voter fraud took place in Pennsylvania.

Just ONE of the shocking findings was the fact that over 700,000 MORE “mail in” ballots were received and counted than were actually mailed out to Pennsylvania residents!

How in the world could the Democrat Governor of Pennsylvania and his Democrat Secretary of State certify an election with such overwhelming evidence of voter fraud? My answer is simply, “They are Corruptocrats!”

Pennsylvania Senator and retired Army Colonel Doug Mastriano answers that question more astutely and diplomatically. Senator Mastriano said, “Anyone who can look at this fact and not acknowledge voter fraud is either extremely bad at math or a purely partisan hack with no sense of honor.”

Nov 29 11:34

Sydney records hottest November night on record

Sydney has reported its hottest November night on record, with the official start of summer still days away.

People visit Bondi Beach in Sydney.

Nov 29 11:33

NYC Sheriffs Dept Busts Underground Nightclub Packed With Hundreds Of People

According to The New York Times, sheriff’s deputies found 393 people packed into a make-shift nightclub, where New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito said the hundreds of party-goers “were not social distancing” or “wearing proper face coverings.”

Nov 29 11:32

Forbes Shreds Democrats’ Student Debt Forgiveness Push: Makes ‘Mockery Of People Who’ve Played By The Rules’

Steve Forbes slammed the push from Democratic lawmakers to pay off the student loan debts of everyone, or nearly everyone, in the country, calling it a slap in the face to people who sacrificed and worked hard to not be in debt from student loans.

Nov 29 11:28

'A dozen' suspects rob, destroy outdoor kitchen, Portland police say

PORTLAND, Ore. (KATU) — An outdoor kitchen set up across the street from the federal courthouse building in downtown Portland was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning, according to police.

Nov 29 11:25

HK's top leader piles up cash at home after U.S. sanctions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she has to pile up cash at home as she has been unable to open a bank account in the global financial centre since Washington sanctioned her shortly after Beijing imposed a national security law on the city.

Nov 29 11:23

New York City Will Reopen Elementary Schools and Phase Out Hybrid Learning

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced an abrupt shift in managing schools during the pandemic. Officials had faced criticism that they prioritized activities like indoor dining over the well-being of children

Nov 29 11:22

United Farm Workers Of America Honor Farmers By Showing People How Ingredients For Thanksgiving Meals Are Harvested

Asking the question What are you thankful for? is probably one of the most beautiful traditions surrounding Thanksgiving. Sure, some might think it’s funny because it has become a bit of a cliche, but just think about it: the question makes you reflect upon all of the good things that happened to you. Even if it is brief, it feels good.

Nov 29 11:22

How Mossad executed Iran's nuclear chief: Power to entire region was cut as his convoy was ambushed with huge bomb, snipers and gunmen on motorbikes before he was dragged from car and finished off... and then assassins melted away

Remarkable detail of the plot to kill an Iranian nuclear scientist emerged on Saturday, a day after the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh reverberated around the world.

Nov 29 11:21

Time's Up charities set up by celebrities as part of Me Too movement spent $1.4m on salaries, $157k on conferences at luxury resorts and just $312k helping victims of sexual harassment

Time's Up, the organization set up to fight sexual harassment in the work place in the wake of the #MeToo movement, spent the bulk of its donations of executive salaries and only a fraction on legal costs to help victims in its first year, records show.

Nov 29 11:15

'COVID-passport' for tourists who have had a coronavirus vaccine is in final stages of development amid reports airlines will BAN anyone who has refused the injection

A leading travel industry association is developing a digital passport for international plane passengers who have been vaccinated for COVID-19.

Nov 29 11:13

Massive Islamic Terrorist Attack In Africa Results In Deaths Of At Least 110 People: Report

“The assailants tied up the agricultural workers and slit their throats in the village of Koshobe,” AFP reported. “The victims were laborers from Sokoto state in northwest Nigeria, roughly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) away, who had traveled to the

Nov 29 11:12

More People Committed Suicide In Japan Last Month Than Have Died All Year From Coronavirus: Report

“In Japan, government statistics show suicide claimed more lives in October than Covid-19 has over the entire year to date,” CNN reported. “The monthly number of Japanese suicides rose to 2,153 in October, according to Japan’s National Police Agency. As of Friday, Japan’s total Covid-19 toll was 2,087, the health ministry said.”