Azazel News #Recap 10/7/2020

  1. Midland Daily News: “Five months later: Flood victims still in temporary housing, RVs as winter approaches.”

  2. Bill Chappell: “The city of Puebla, Mexico, saw nearby volcano Popocatepetl erupt early Wednesday morning.”

  3. Mehreen: “A strange sighting comet or meteor above Manchester.”

  4. SV News: “President Trump will soon address the American people, aide says.”

  5. Meanwhile with the Divided and Conquered. BLM/antifa smashing windows of suburban homes. (Wauwatosa,WI)

  6. The Power of Public Records: An Introduction to OSINT. If you’re an open-source research newbie, an old-school business researcher has some tips on getting started.

  7. Skywatchers set for Draconid meteor shower. The meteor shower reaches its peak this week, and will be visible in UK skies, weather permitting.

  8. California Wildfires Take “Unfathomable” Toll On Napa Wineries. “If the damage is only from smoke, they may recover for the next growing season."

  9. A 30-Year-Old Texas Man Is Accused of Smuggling Meth in Tacos: DOJ. Castro, 30, was charged on September 8 and accused of bringing the tacos while crossing the U.S. border.

  10. Essential role of satellites in disaster and pandemic management. Satellite technology fundamental to crisis management.

  11. The most historic satellites ever launched. This slideshow celebrates the trailblazing satellites that gave humanity a new perspective on Earth and the solar system.

  12. DoD space agency driving Pentagon contractors to rethink their price points. L3Harris’ Bill Gattle says the DoD space market is changing in fundamental ways.

  13. NASA’s latest TESS image will make you feel so, so small. NASA’s TESS satellite has completed its survey of the northern sky, and the images it snapped are truly incredible.

  14. Flu vaccine shortages hit China after rush to avoid 'twindemic.’ Long queues and inflated prices amid fears that flu could complicate anti-Covid effort.

  15. Earthquakes Rattle Idyllwild, Big Bear. A magnitude 3.3 temblor was reported at 4:29 p.m. Tuesday near Idyllwild, and another, bigger quake struck at 6:44 p.m. near Big Bear.

  16. Sawmills import 100 truckloads of timber from Europe to combat shortages. Industry blames tree-felling appeals for shortage of a material Republic normally exports.

  17. Status-6: “Location of the burning artillery ammunition storage near Zheltukhinskii settlement in Ryazan oblast. 53 43’34" N 39 49’39" E.”

  18. Who’s the fattest salmon-feaster? Fat Bear Week in Alaska a 'really close call.’ Fat Bear Week is delighting the internet, as the public votes for their favorite salmon-slammer.

  19. Ryan: ‘Farmers will have to cut herds but will get better prices.’ Government launches Climate Action Bill which enshrines 2050 targets in law.

  20. California wildfires spawn first ‘gigafire’ in modern history. August complex fire expanded beyond 1m acres, elevating it from a mere ‘megafire’ to a new classification: ‘gigafire.’

  21. Boeing astronaut withdraws himself from first crewed test flight of passenger spacecraft. “I have made several commitments which I simply cannot risk missing."

  22. Israel moves to ban ‘immoral’ animal fur trade. New regulations would make it the first country in the world to outlaw selling fur for fashion.

  23. Science girl: “A ‘tsunami from heaven’ over Lake Millstatt in Austria. This time lapse is by Peter Maier. This phenomenon is a wet micro burst.”

  24. Alan Bings: “BGOnTheScene You strapped, son? They put out the order of exterminatus on everyone recording / streaming about 45 minutes ago.” [Metadata is forever.]

  25. SV News: “Staff member in California Gov. Newsom’s office tests positive for COVID-19.” KTLA: “A member of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office staff has tested positive for the coronavirus.”

  26. Travis Akers: “Twitter confirms President Trump’s account was locked after sharing the email address of a New York Post columnist on Monday evening. He was required to delete the tweet before Twitter would unlock his account.”

  27. Cyberattack targets trucking company Daseke. Major U.S. trucking company Daseke says it moved to stop a cyberattack as ransomware group claims breached of subsidiary E.W. Wylie.

  28. Frequent explosions at Fuego volcano, lahar warning issued, Guatemala. Frequent explosions continue at Fuego volcano, Guatemala accompanied by ash emissions up to 4.8 km (15 600 feet) a.s.l., ashfall in nearby communities and lahars.

  29. Shark NewsWires: “Meteor streaks across the sky over Monterrey, Mexico.” [Witnesses are saying that the place where it fell went on fire, but that trees started to burn from the inside out.]

  30. Venezuela, Once an Oil Giant, Reaches the End of an Era. Venezuela’s oil reserves, the world’s largest, transformed the country and the global energy market. Now its oil sector is grinding to a halt. Will it ever recover?

  31. Whaleback Rises at a Russian Volcano. The Russian volcano Shiveluch shares a lot of traits with Washington’s Mount St. Helens, including a new whaleback dome forming in its crater.

  32. Flood Management and Mitigation Strike Team Created In Alexandria. After recent flash flooding events impacting residents, the team will focus on accelerating work to address neighborhood flooding.

  33. Treasure Coast communities continue to struggle with flooding. Several Treasure Coast neighborhoods are still dealing with flooding on Tuesday following days of downpours.

  34. Flood damage on the Missouri River could slow barge traffic. Farmers across western Iowa who planned to move their commodities by barge along the Missouri River this fall could be facing a slowdown.

  35. Sasha: “Yes, the new mandate asking people to keep their masks on between bites at a restaurant, sounds like how women are forced to eat in the Middle Eastern Countries with their naqab. (Full face covering). Not satire anymore, sadly.”

  36. Spring freeze shortens Fall apple season for Indiana orchards: "it’s the worst we’ve seen in decades.” “This is really rare for us to have damage as severe as what we’ve seen this year.”

  37. All Joint Chiefs Enter Home Quarantine After Coast Guard Admiral Tests Positive. Admiral Ray recently attended several meetings with generals and staff in “secure areas” of the Pentagon.

  38. The case against BitMEX is a compass pointing towards the future of crypto regulation. The CFTC and DOJ actions against BitMEX suggest that the crypto industry still has a lot of work ahead to meet KYC/AML standards.

  39. Postal Service Warns ‘Massive Operational Disruptions’ Possible Amid Nationwide Injunctions. USPS is reversing its changes in response to multiple court orders—but warned that doing so could adversely impact election mail.

  40. Elon Musk: Public Beta for SpaceX’s Satellite Internet Will Start Soon. With today’s successful launch, SpaceX now has about 770 satellites in orbit to power Starlink, which is currently capable of delivering 100Mbps download speeds.

  41. Israel’s Newest Recon Satellite Becomes Operational, IDF Assumes Control. Israel’s newest reconnaissance satellite was declared operational after initial success and was turned over to the IDF, the Ministry of Defense announced.

  42. SkyWatch and Picterra to 'democratize access to satellite data.’ SkyWatch and Picterra have announced a new partnership, with the pair hoping to “democratize access to satellite data and machine learning”.

  43. Snyder: Our Society Is In The Process Of Breaking Down All Around Us. Chaos and violence in our streets has become the norm, and our society now teaches us that it is perfectly okay to hate one another.

  44. Turkey to Test Russia-Made Missile System That Angered U.S. Turkey is planning to conduct a comprehensive test of the S-400 missile-defense system it purchased from Russia next week, according to people familiar with the matter.

  45. Space company Momentus looks to go public through a SPAC with near $1 billion valuation. Space transportation company Momentus is in final talks to go public through Stable Road Capital’s SPAC, a person familiar told CNBC.

  46. Moscow may face shortage of hospital beds if COVID-19 sanitary measures not observed. Moscow authorities had decided to set up temporary medical facilities instead of refitting the existing hospitals for coronavirus patients.

  47. Yusuf Erim: “Russian President Vladimir Putin rules out military intervention in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Says Russia has obligation to defend Armenia but fighting is on Azerbaijani soil.”

  48. Pompeo Seeks ‘Asian NATO’ To Counter China In Talks With Japan, India & Australia, “As partners in this Quad…we collaborate to protect our people and partners from the CCP’s exploitation, corruption and coercion.”

  49. The TOZ-81 ‘Mars’ Gun Was The Soviet Union’s Ultimate Space Revolver. It was one of a number of bespoke weapons that were intended to defend space travelers against fierce creatures… after they had returned to Earth.

  50. Scientists reported the death of 95% of organisms living on the seabed of Avacha Bay. They warned that the scale of the disaster would increase as other marine life is left without food.

  51. Jackson Hole, WY: 2019 was the Coldest year on Record, 2020 saw the Earliest Snowfall on Record - note the trend. The mid-latitudes are cooling. Prepare accordingly: relocate if need be, and grow your own. Grand Solar Minimum.

  52. A new poll shows a large swath of Americans harbor deep reservations about the election results weeks before Election Day and are concerned about what actions people might resort to as a consequence.

  53. Paul Bedard: “Powder Keg: 61% say US ‘on verge of CIVIL WAR,’ 52% already prepping for survival, disaster. Ron Bonjean of Rokk Solutions 'extreme polarization has a majority concerned that our country could be a powder keg ready to explode into a Civil War.’”

  54. White House Security Official Reportedly Caught COVID-19 Weeks Ago, Is 'Gravely Ill.’ Bloomberg just published a scoop that could upend the discussion around the White House outbreak, with barely an hour left before the start of Wednesday’s one-and-only VP debate.

  55. Evergreen Intel: “Just a heads up, I’m taking on a lot of work outside of what I post on Twitter for the immediate future, so if you don’t see me much here, I’m alright. G’night, y’all.” [One more going underground. I hope you are connecting the dots. Keep preparing yourselves.]

  56. Strong strombolian activity and significant ash emissions at Etna, Italy. Explosive activity at Etna volcano, Italy increased on October 7, 2020, with the first eruption at 06:35 UTC accompanied by significant ash emissions to 4.6 km (15 000 feet) above sea level.

  57. Hong Kong: Diamond auctioned for 13 million euros and named after daughter. The private collector named the diamond, which he bought for the equivalent of 13.3 million euros, after his second daughter: "Maiko Star.” There is an old family tradition behind it.

  58. NBA will stop pushing BLM message on the court after ratings plummet. The NBA, amid suffering from record lows in their ratings, has agreed to leave all the recent social justice messages “off the floor” starting with the next season.

  59. Interview with Tichanowskaja: "Lukashenka treated people like animals.” The Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tichanowskaja solicits help in Berlin․ She talks to us about the hope she has in Merkel, the role of women in the democracy movement and her own ambitions.

  60. ​​NVidia released a technology to change face alignment on video. Nvidia has unveiled AI face-alignment that means you’re always looking at the camera during video calls. Its new Maxine platform uses GANs to reconstruct the unseen parts of your head — just like a deepfake.

  61. Middle school student achieved nuclear fusion in his family playroom. Hours before his 13th birthday, Jackson Oswalt fused together two deuterium atoms using a reactor he had built and operated in the playroom of his family home in Memphis, Tennessee.

  62. New lava flow at Klyuchevskoy volcano, Russia. Moderate explosive-effusive eruption continues at Klyuchevskoy volcano, with new lava effusion observed at its southeastern flank, according to the Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Team’s (KVERT) bulletin on October 5, 2020.

  63. PLA Confirms Chinese Fighter Jet Crashed In Paddy Fields After A Bird-Hit: Chinese Media. As China flexes its muscle up in the Himalayas and in the South China Sea, Chinese state-run media published a report of a PLAAF fighter jet crashing down.

  64. Grímsvötn: Iceland’s most active volcano may be about to erupt. The ice-covered Grímsvötn volcano on Iceland produced an unusually large and powerful eruption in 2011 , sending ash 20km into the atmosphere, causing the cancellation of about 900 passenger flights.

  65. Grocery stores stockpile inventory, ramp production to prevent shortage. Grocery stores and manufacturers across the country are stocking up on products to avoid the same kind of shortages we saw during the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

  66. Work Begins On Starlink-Like Constellation Of Small Hypersonic Missile-Tracking Satellites. The Pentagon’s grand space strategy envisions a shift from larger, expensive satellites to massive constellations of smaller, easier to replace ones.

  67. DOJ asks Supreme Court to reinstate death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber. The Department of Justice (DOJ) asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to reinstate the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev after an appeals court overturned the sentence.

  68. The Big Tech antitrust report has one big conclusion: Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google are anti-competitive. “Companies that once were scrappy, underdog startups … have become the kinds of monopolies we last saw in the era of oil barons and railroad tycoons," the report says.

  69. Capella Space unveils first radar satellite images. Capella Space unveiled images Oct. 6 from Sequoia, the first of 36 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites the San Francisco startup plans to send into a constellation to collect global imagery with hourly updates.

  70. Denver startup Kayhan Space lands $600K seed round for collision avoidance software. Some companies have advanced systems to detect potential incidents, but not all of the companies going to space have that same technology.

  71. Daily Caller News Foundation Forces Government To Release Fauci, China, WHO Emails. A judge rejected the government’s efforts to further delay the release of select coronavirus-related communications between top U.S. officials in DCNF lawsuit.

  72. Venice successfully stopped a flood for the first time by raising a mile-long network of barriers to hold back the sea. The mile-long network of barriers, named MOSE in a nod to the the Biblical figure Moses, blocked high water from entering Venice’s lagoon.

  73. The latest pandemic shortage? Appliances, as retailers struggle to keep up with demand. Appliance stores are grappling with a double whammy of surging demand and supply chain problems, resulting in mounting backorders ahead of the busiest shopping season of the year.

  74. La Niña arrives in Victoria, bringing heavy rain, possible flash flooding and high winds. Heavy rain and high winds are forecast for Victoria, with up to 120 millimeters of rain expected in the north as a rapidly intensifying weather system over the state deepens overnight.

  75. 2020 Antarctic ozone hole one of the largest and deepest in recent years. The 2020 ozone hole over the Antarctic is one of the largest and deepest in recent years, according to scientists with the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S).

  76. John Stossel: “A Facebook “fact checker” put a libelous “fact-check” on my recent video with ShellenbergerMD about wildfires. I appealed, but guess what: the appeal goes to… the same “fact-checker” who smeared me to begin with!”

  77. Death toll caused by Storm Alex rises to 15, 21 still missing in France and Italy. The number of fatalities caused by heavy rain and strong winds produced by Storm Alex from October 2 to 4, 2020, has risen to 15 on October 7, with 21 people still missing.

  78. The Mysterious “Coronavirus” Death Of Nick Cordero. People’s reporting raises serious questions and contradictions regarding the official account of Nick Cordero’s death. [Why do all the famous ones turn out to be lies? Hmm.]

  79. Yellowstone volcano: 125 earthquake swam hit area already weakened by 'magmatic activity.’ Yellowstone volcano witnessed a swarm of 125 earthquakes in less than one week, with scientists claiming the seismicity tore through a part of the park weakened by years of “magmatic activity”.

  80. Boom - XB-1. Boom Supersonic is making the world dramatically more accessible, starting with XB-1, a supersonic demonstrator that will prove key technologies for safe, efficient and sustainable supersonic travel. [XB-1 supersonic rollout. Watch the complete rollout of XB-1, the world’s first independently developed supersonic jet.]

  81. World record waterspout outbreak over the Great Lakes. 232 waterspouts/funnels have been confirmed over the Great Lakes from September 28 to October 4, 2020, in the second world record waterspout outbreak of the year, according to the International Center for Waterspout Research (ICWR).

  82. Over 6,000 scientists sign “anti-lockdown” petition saying it’s causing "irreparable damage.” “As infectious disease epidemiologists and public health scientists we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of the prevailing COVID-19 policies,” the petition says.

  83. Ministry of National Defense, R.O.C.: “One PLA KJ-500 AEW&C aircraft entered Taiwan’s southwest ADIZ on Oct. 7, the flight path as illustrated. ROCAF fighters scrambled and deployed air defense missile systems to monitor the activity. We maintain close surveillance over the region and keep protect our country.”

  84. Inside The Doomsday Vault That Stores Every Known Crop On The Planet. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if a catastrophe struck and wiped out all the living crops on Earth, then you’re about to find out. Located 500 feet below sleepy, icy Svalbard, a place known for being one of the most remote settlements.

  85. Two More Astronauts Earn Amateur Radio Licenses. The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources. [Earn Ham Radio license. There is a reason Military families are all doing the testing.]

  86. Satellogic Launches Global Consoritum of Geospatial Imagery. Satellogic revealed Friday the public launch of the Global Consortium of Geospatial Imagery. European Space Imaging, a supplier of global imagery in Europe and North Africa, joins as a founding member of the Global Consortium.

  87. Schedule is king for C-band replacement satellites. Rather than pushing the state-of-the art, Boeing, Maxar Technologies and Northrop Grumman are emphasizing reliability in satellites they are manufacturing to help Intelsat and SES clear C-band spectrum, according to speakers at the Satellite Innovation 2020 conference.

  88. As Yale continues talks with DOJ, Trump administration doubles down with Princeton investigation. In the wake of the United States Department of Justice’s August ruling that Yale discriminates against white and Asian American applicants in admissions, the Trump administration continues to pursue university discrimination cases.

  89. Texas grand jury indicts Netflix over ‘Cuties’ movie, claiming it sexually exploits minors. Texas lawmakers are again targeting the controversial Netflix film “Cuties,” and this time the streaming giant is being indicted. Rep. Matt Schaefer of Texas House District 6 tweeted out a copy of the indictment today.

  90. A man attempts self-immolation in the center of St. Petersburg, Russia. The man with the poster on his chest set himself on fire. Judging by the recordings from the surveillance cameras, all this time passers-by calmly walked past him, some began to film what was happening on the phone. Now the victim is in the ambulance, he has burns 45 percents of his body.

  91. Excel: Why using Microsoft’s tool caused Covid-19 results to be lost. The decision to use a spreadsheet format that dates back to the 1980s has proved to be unwise. [Almost 16,000 cases of Covid-19 infection were not counted in the UK due to an Excel spreadsheet error. The table with list of infected people exceeded the maximum size, since a separate column was created for each separate case, and there are only 16 000 of them in Excel.]

  92. Clorox Says New Device Can Detect Classroom Illness Spikes. Clorox said a newly-developed sensor can detect spikes in classroom illness signals and provider teachers and educators with real-time updates. [For the love of all that is holy… They are trying to cut down on illnesses in the classroom by using this thing as a means of spying on children. The satellites will cause the spikes in classrooms then they’ll have every excuse to use this method.]

  93. World of Warcraft Shadowlands Novel Author Madeleine Roux Mocks Fans In Response To Discovery Of Racist Anti-White, Anti-Male Tweets. World of Warcraft novelist Madeleine Roux has mocked and dismissed fan concerns over her history of anti-white, anti-male tweets. [Fuck your women in tech movement. Evil as shit. Equality in tech movement is where it’s at. Colorblind Meritocracy not Quotas. Paul Graham - this fucking fake news believing VC. How sad.]

  94. Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is now on the wanted list in Russia. Her data can be easily found on the Ministry of Internal Affairs website. Svetlana is accused under Article 361 “Calls to action aimed at causing harm to national security” in her homeland, Belarus. Tikhanovskaya herself has been hiding from the persecution of the Belarusian authorities in Europe for several months. Yesterday she met with Angela Merkel in Berlin.

  95. US Military Plan to Defeat an Alien Invasion. The United States military has secret plans in case Earth is invaded by extraterrestrials, and in today’s epic video we’re going to show you a simulated showdown with a hostile Alien race that decided to set foot on planet Earth. [Um WTF look at the date release.]

  96. Microplastic Pollution in Deep-Sea Sediments From the Great Australian Bight. Interest in understanding the extent of plastic and specifically microplastic pollution has increased on a global scale. Australian scientists conservatively estimate that 14,000,000 tones of microplastic reside on the ocean floor. The research was funded by CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere and the Great Australian Bight Deepwater Marine Program (GABDMP), and published in Frontiers in Marine Science, Open Access Publisher and Open Science Platform.

  97. Fly lands on Pence’s head during VP Debate 2020. A fly appeared to land on VP Mike Pence’s head during the vice presidential debate on Wednesday. The fly that landed on Hillary Clinton’s face during the debate. This unexpected visitor represented the “buzziest” moment of the second presidential debate[Slow this down to 1/4 speed and watch CGI magically make a fly appear. You don’t add CGI to a vice presidential candidate on national television unless you have some really deep shit coming your way. :30 sec into it.You can at least see this one land on her face rather than fade in.]

  98. Recycling was a lie — a big lie — to sell more plastic, industry experts say. Less than 10 per cent of the plastics we’ve used have been recycled. A new documentary reveals why. Plastic Wars: Trailer. Plastic has been clogging our world for decades now - but the plastics industry is growing at a rate never before seen. By 2050, it’s estimated that global production of plastic will triple. How is this industry stronger than ever in the face of so much opposition?[Everything is a lie. The Cake Is A Lie. Watching TV, movies, youtube, social media, other edutainment — All makes you stupider, while making you think you’re getting smarter. It’s not all lies. Rather something much worse. Only those things that you’re most sure of not being lies, are all turning out to be lies.]

  99. ’Undecided voters’ at NBC’s Biden town hall were featured on MSNBC as Biden voters. NBC News has come under fire after a new report suggests that so-called “undecided voters” who participated in Monday’s Joe Biden town hall are actually supporters of the Democratic nominee. [Follow the money.] Almost 95 Percent of Silicon Valley Donations Have Gone to Joe Biden. A recent report from Wired magazine states that almost 95 percent of donations from employees at Silicon Valley tech giants went to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Silicon Valley Opens Its Wallet for Joe Biden. A WIRED analysis finds roughly 95 percent of contributions by employees of six big tech firms have gone to Trump’s Democratic challenger.

  100. whereistrump hashtag on Twitter 1h ago WhatsTrending tweeted: “The WhereIsTrump is now trending in the…” - read what others are saying and join the conversation. [Do not pay attention to the politics, focus on the Intel. POTUS off public sight the last 44 hours. Trump had most definitely been tweeting within the last 44 hrs. This is incorrect. "Out of Sight.” You can tweet anywhere in the world. Quietly top state officials are removing themselves from public eye, too many under quarantine. Why do you think that is? What are your thoughts on the presence of a Marine outside the Oval Office? Trump will be on AF1. Somethings going on. Whats the flight map around Guantanamo like?]

  101. The Assange Extradition Case Is An Unprecedented Attack On Press Freedom, So Why’s MSM Largely Ignoring It? The silence of journalists in Britain and the US over the extradition proceedings against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is making them complicit in the criminalization of news gathering. [Paying attention to the discrepancies in messaging and which items are censored or ignored can provide a deeper understanding when looking at threat analysis. The omission of coverage regarding something so relevant to the industry in question should give you insight into one of the many threats we currently face.]

  102. Venezuela Performs Bathymetric Surveys with Own Satellite. Ever since the launch of the VRSS-2 Antonio José de Sucre satellite in 2017, researchers have been looking into how best to use and apply the information that it provides for the benefit of environmental development and sustainability. For example, the bathymetry derived from satellite images is very beneficial for hydrographic services, since it allows information to be obtained that has not been explored with traditional acoustic methods. The Venezuela Hydrographic Office has started to use this method, also to improve its hydrographic coverage.

  103. Kids always zap nukes. It’s one of the reasons Blockchain was created. Kids don’t like us having matches. That’s why the majority of Nuclear Device triggers/detonators are made of plastics. They’ve been zapping silos since the 50s. And it’s such a pain in the ass. Because after the kids zap, all the components are melted. So you no longer have a Nuclear Deterrent. You have a 7 million dollar dead weight minute man Missile that needs to be replaced. By the time the jets try to even attempt to catch up the kids are long gone.

  104. Brendan Gutenschwager: “Police fire teargas on the crowd just outside of peoples’ homes after a car approaches too close to the line of officers in riot gear. Protesters chased one of the mainstream news outlets off the scene. They rode their Yukon up on people’s’ lawns and the sidewalks as they darted away. Speedway left in complete catastrophe after tonight’s looting. Police arrive to disperse the crowd. Coffee station toppled inside Speedway as another night of unrest in Wisconsin continues. Spray-painting Black Lives Matter onto U.S. Bank in Milwaukee. Burnouts on the sidewalks as the crowd drowns out the man yelling about motorcycles on his lawn. A man confronts protesters that have been walking and riding motorcycles over his lawn. A man brandishes a gun as the group moves away from police. Rioters throw rocks at residential homes here in Wauwatosa, smashing windows as others in the crowd plea “That’s somebody’s home!” Rioters smashed the windows of businesses in Wauwatosa. Guns out on the streets of Milwaukee tonight.” [Nothing on MSM. Protestors invaded the suburbs.]

  105. Rescue workers continued to evacuate hundreds of people on Tuesday from villages hammered by flash flooding in southeast France over the weekend, with the death toll expected to rise as searches continue for survivors. This comes as the bodies of three more victims were found in the wreckage. Four deaths have now been confirmed in France and two in Italy, where authorities are trying to determine if a third death, of a man found near the French border, was linked to the floods. Hundreds of people have been evacuated after storm Alex turned rivers into churning torrents that swept away cars, houses and bridges in the French Alps north of Nice. Authorities said eight people were still listed as disappeared Monday, in many cases after witnesses reported seeing them carried away by floodwaters, including two firefighters whose vehicle fell into the water as a road collapsed.13 other people have not been heard from since Friday.

  106. Borough Park protest: Fiery demonstration against NYC COVID cluster restrictions. The coronavirus pandemic hit another fever pitch in Borough Park, Brooklyn overnight. As state and local officials work to crack down on COVID clusters, they are getting some pushback. Andy Ngô: “Jewish men and boys in Brooklyn start a fire in the street to protest COVID-19 restrictions.” Orthodox Borough Park Residents Burn Masks, Beat Dissenters Over COVID Lockdown. “Nobody here has the virus," said a woman walking in Borough Park with her children on Tuesday. “The president got the virus, he recovered. There are medicines now.” NYCPHOTOG: “Boro Park uprising against Andrew Cuomo NYC Mayor has begun. People starting fires in the street. So not normal.” Orthodox Jewish anti-masker running for Brooklyn council calls NYC mayor’s wife a “retard” during COVID lockdown protest. “And if you think, Mrs. de Blasio…retard, woman, crook, whatever you are, you think you’re gonna get elected to borough president? You will not be elected," Heshy Tischler said.

  107. FBI, DOJ press conference on ‘matter of national security’ expected to be about ISIS ‘Beatles’ headed to US. The Justice Department and FBI will hold a press conference Wednesday morning that they said will deal with a national security matter. British ISIS suspects allegedly linked to murders of American hostages will face charges. Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh admitted to their roles in ransom negotiations for Western hostages but denied allegations of torture and murder. Two members of ‘The Beatles’ ISIS cell to be extradited to US. Two ISIS terrorists part of a cell dubbed “the Beatles” — who allegedly took part in the torture and slayings of several Western hostages. U.S. Department of Justice officials hold a news conference. FBI Director Christopher A. Wray and other U.S. Department of Justice officials hold a news conference on “a national matter.” [Each one takes off the mask and then gets in front of the mic. They need to have separate lavaliers. Talk with the mask on. It’s a solution but I’m worried that might inhibit anyone who might be lip reading and might muffle speech. Separate lav mics would solve these issues.]

  108. Hurricane Delta makes first landfall with 110 mph winds. Hurricane Delta barrels toward Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula with winds of 115 mph. Smaller Yet Stronger: The Dreaded Pinhole Eye of a Hurricane. Pinhole eyes are generally associated with major hurricanes. Governor Abbott prepares resources in anticipation of Hurricane Delta. Governor Greg Abbott placed numerous resources on standby Tuesday across the state in anticipation of potentially severe weather caused by Hurricane Delta, which has recently strengthened to a Category 4 Hurricane in the Caribbean. This storm is anticipated to bring coastal flooding, rough surf, rip currents, and possible flash flooding to communities along the Texas coast through this upcoming weekend. Delta roared into Mexican resorts as a Category 2 hurricane. Hurricane Delta made landfall in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday as an extremely dangerous Category 2 storm, roaring ashore between Cancun and the resorts of Playa del Carmen and Cozumel.

  109. Former MPD Officer Derek Chauvin, Charged In George Floyd’s Death, Released From Custody. [Social Unrest was, is and will be the biggest threat. Expect a hell of a weekend. I think it might be a good weekend to visit friends in a more remote part of the state. Now you may connect the dots why we had recon teams assessing the cities. Retail and food service industries won’t recover the new wave of protests. How conveniently happened 27 days before elections. Recon teams are assessing and forecasting damages, Looting last night were on empty stores. People attacked stores boarded up and got empty handed, nothing to take from them. No one is reporting it on MSM. And we saw a fence going up preemptively around a state capital building…hmm…seems forewarned. All most like they know when and where riots will happen. Go look at Twitter, Riot Planning has already started. Historically wars destroyed economies and that is how countries are forced to parlay. Modern times, same effect without sacrificing soldiers. New Gen Warfare involves bio/chemical weapons and/or society manipulation. Make sure your loved ones have supplies and avoid venture out of your home. Use today to resupply before sunset.]

  110. Giant explosion at an ammunition depot in the Ryazan region in Russia. Fire from a military supply depot in the Ryazan Region spread to a neighboring village. All residents within a radius of five kilometers from the military unit were evacuated, which is about 10 settlements. The fire is now being extinguished by almost 50 people, and the plans are to involve an Il-76 firefighter. They even drove a fire train to the place. Explosion sounds in the Ryazan region now - a warehouse with ammunition is burning there. Local residents filmed the first explosions on video. The fire started around military unit 55443 — the grass caught fire, and then the warehouse itself. According to preliminary data, all military personnel, including the chief of the arsenal, were evacuated. Residents of nearby villages are urgently evacuated. There were no casualties, but several ambulances were sent to nearby villages to monitor the health of local babushkas - everything is scary in the area. This not a volcanic eruption, but an explosion of military warehouses in the Ryazan region. An emergency regime has now been introduced there. At the time of the explosion, at least 75,000 tons of artillery weapons were stored in warehouses. Maximum dispersion of fragments from explosions of missiles and ammunition reaches almost 20 kilometers. (12,4 miles).

  111. We never tell the Presidents the truth right away, frankly most are never cleared and most will never know the truth of the extent of the projects in the Black World. The first inauguration of Ronald Reagan as the 40th president of the United States was held on Tuesday, January 20, 1981. His second inauguration date was January 21, 1985. On June 11th, 1985 the Wizards granted Ronald Reagan an audience. Meaning they waited 4 years to see if he was trustworthy to see behind the veil. “Tuesday, June 11, 1985: Had a group of Dem. & Repub. Congressmen in the Roosevelt Room for a session on why they should support the bi-partisan bill before the house to give aid to the Nicaraguan freedom fighters. I think we did some good. Lunch was with 5 top space scientists. It was fascinating. Space truly is the last frontier and some of the developments there in astronomy etc. are like science fiction except they are real. I learned that our shuttle capacity is such we could orbit 300 people. Later in my office one of the guests Dr. Edward Teller reported on where we are on our Defense research for a way to halt Nuclear missiles. The bad news is that our Congressional advocates of lower defense spending are cutting our research funds at a critical moment that will be very hurtful to the program. We have house guests, Nancys brother & wife, Betsy Bloomingdale & Maureen—a very pleasant dinner. They are all here for tomorrow nights State Dinner—P.M. Gandhi of India.” Read it again. “Lunch was with 5 top space scientists. It was fascinating. Space truly is the last frontier and some of the developments there in astronomy etc. are like science fiction except they are real. I learned that our shuttle capacity is such we could orbit 300 people.” One of the Top Space Scientists (Blue Wizard) present at this meeting was Ben Rich, 2nd Director of Lockheed Skunkworks. Remember this was 1985, Lockheed Martin did not exist, they had yet to merge with Martin Marietta. The spaceship they were describing in the Oval Office on June 11th, 1985, was the USSS Hillenkoetter. Official Date of Commission 1988. So, imagine being President Reagan. Suddenly, you are told the truth about the Solar Warden fleet. The need to resolve the discrepancy between what he thought to be true and what he later learned to be the real truth - the state of mind we refer to as Solomon Syndrome - hit him so hard that he even wrote about the experience in his Presidential Diary. Hopefully some of you are made of the right stuff to join the fleet. So I once again remind you. Focus on Skills, not on politics. It’s all smoke and mirrors. An entire universe awaits you. Imagine what they are looking in recruitment for after Open Eyes happens. You can die on Earth to be Divided and Conquered. Or you can impress the Non-Terrestrial Recruitment Officers (Legacy Space Force/ Solar Warden) enough that you’ve earned a spot and the honor of wearing Blue Coveralls. As for Solomon Syndrome, the public has seen Hard Disclosure it on 2 occasions. Raiders of the Lost Ark (9/10) Movie CLIP - Face Melting Power (1981) HD. Indiana Jones Crystal Skulls (10/10) Movie CLIP - I Want to Know (2008) HD. These are both Symbolic references to Solomon Syndrome. Of what happens to normies after being initiated (Red Pilled) too fast.

  112. Short version: when Solomon was exposed to infinite knowledge, his brain melted. If you get exposed to new information slowly, no melty brains. (And as many of you saw in my lesson about it, there was an additional relevant side note: “When your experience is destroyed, your behavior becomes destructive.” You have to experience learning for it to stick and become applicable. If you do not, you have no context for what you’ve learned by rote. And without context, your choices are ill-informed and they have the potential to become destructive. We want to operate from a place of creativity, not destruction. So we want you to be autodidacts and fully experience your learning.) Think about whenever you see a newly inaugurated president walk out of their first briefing. Without fail, they look like deer in headlights. White as a ghost. The looks on their faces - shock, awe, disbelief, reconciling discrepancy - that’s Solomon syndrome. So, we try to pace out what we tell you guys and how quickly so you don’t get like that. Sometimes it happens anyway - and if any of you are feeling like that, please reach out to an admin you trust to talk privately. Everyone goes through it. Like @AriesAzazel said in Main the other night, we’d rather act as counselors to all of you to get you prepared than have you lose your shit once things escalate and Open Eyes happens. A little further into that - from what I’ve noticed over time, if you grew up with a more stringent set of beliefs it is exponentially more difficult to internalize the discrepancies and adjust. …So if that’s the case for any of you, I’d like you to be self-aware of that, pace yourselves, practice self-care, and take the time you need to adjust. Mindset is everything. The goal is to help ease you into the transition so you are capable of thriving when Open Eyes occurs. No melty brains. You all have an open invitation to message me or another admin you trust if you feel like your brains are melting. Our conversations will be confidential and we will try our best to help you through it. If any of you are going through Solomon syndrome NOW, rest assured you are ahead of the game. Better to get it out of the way while the whole rest of the world isn’t going through it at the same time you are. And better to have people you can discuss it with than to have to go it alone. We’re here. Reach out if you need us. Thanks for getting further into this, Aries Azazel. It’s extremely important. I’m sure many of you can relate to this if you think about how President Reagan might have felt, living in the world, thinking that you know what’s true, and then suddenly being faced with the presentation of an entirely different truth that you would then need to reconcile. This is a difficult process, especially to go through all at once and not over time in stages. If you go through it in baby steps, you have time to assimilate the new information into your world view without feeling like reality has dropped out from under you. So you can understand from this why there has been a disclosure drip campaign running through various types of media. No one wants to expose you to this all at once because they’re concerned about your ability to reconcile this - they don’t want the world to go through a simultaneous nervous breakdown. So, just take this into account - pace yourselves and check in with how you feel. Like I said, mindset is the most important thing. Ultimately, it’s the strength of your mind that affords you with the ability not just to survive the change but to thrive in a new world. Take the time you have now to sort it out while you have the luxury. If you wait and you deal with it at the same time as everyone else, it’s not going to be pretty. If you do it now, you’ll be in a better position to help your loved ones through it later.

  113. Lots of Area 51 activity overnight. EAMs are off the chart. [You have how many Generals / Admirals underground at the moment quarantining? Also once again 19 EAM’s for Wednesday October 7th, 2020. THIS IS NOT FUCKING NORMAL!!! Keep mapping it out. Watch Janet flights tonight. As you can see the volume of flights has increased, the times Janet’s normally fly to area 51 from Nevada are between 7am-11am daily and night 5pm-10pm. The times of these flights are outside these windows. Meaning something Major is happening. This is a normal night/day on earth look how many planes and in that mess once your strip the layers down, lots of Blocked, NA to NA, and strange flights are hiding. What’s worse are the records are disappearing. (I’ll rephrase.) The websites are being hacked. Let’s look at the USA (5 random spots) between 12pm/3am pst/est. 5 helicopters all going nowhere they take off but have all filed no flight paths …what’s the odds on that?? Now let’s look at planes with NA to NA. These planes have no flightpath. Start striping the layers and you start seeing the problem. 3am EST Washington DC - what’s wrong with this picture?? Last one La to Vegas Midnight 8th October 2020.
    2020-09-24 #######
    2020-09-25 ##############
    2020-09-26 ########
    2020-09-27 ##
    2020-09-28 ######
    2020-09-29 ########
    2020-09-30 #####
    2020-10-01 ###
    2020-10-02 ############
    2020-10-03 ####
    2020-10-04 ################
    2020-10-05 #
    2020-10-06 ####
    2020-10-07 ####################
    Thanks for the information. For those who don’t understand, here’s an explanation. In the United States military’s strategic nuclear weapon nuclear command and control (NC2) system, an Emergency Action Message (EAM) is a preformatted message that directs nuclear-capable forces to execute specific Major Attack Options (MAOs) or Limited Attack Options (LAOs) in a nuclear war. My eyes glazed over reading the number of EAMs each day so I put them in a graphical manner and was surprised at the result. When did Trump get COVID-19? Does it correspond to a peak? Same here. I hardly sleep. He got it on Thursday 1st October. And was cured on the 3rd October. He was back at desk 5th October 2020. Maybe the spike on the 2nd is related? Possibly, I’m going to research that after a few hours of sleep. I suggest you do same. Goodnight. All current research suggests yes. Check DM. Added EAM info to library. 2251 here in sunny Bunkerland (NZ), thanks for the files. You’re welcome.]