Everything is short clips. A few minutes to 10 minutes

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Everything is short clips. A few minutes to 10 minutes

Where is the full context? I really can’t get it to pull up from any site.

Date: Thursday, Sept. 17
Time: 8 p.m. Eastern
Location: PNC Field, Moosic, Pa
Full Video: scrubbed, only spun clips available. You aren’t allowed to see the context and think for your self

Azazel News #Recap 9/17/2020

  1. President Trump says he will sign an executive order to promote “patriotic education.” It will be called the 1776 commission.

  2. Trump to block U.S. downloads of TikTok, WeChat on Sunday. The U.S. Commerce Department said it will issue an order Friday that will bar people in the United States from downloading Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat and video-sharing app TikTok starting on September 20.

  3. Chinese President Xi Jinping and the Communist Party’s Central Committee have laid out a plan for a ‘new era’ in which the party has better control over private business in China. The ultimate goal is for the party to have ideological leadership of private enterprise.

  4. Russia announces troop build-up in Far East. Russia is increasing its military presence in the Far East in response to rising tensions in the wider region, Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Thursday. Russia’s Far East has also lately seen one of the longest sustained anti-government protest movements of President Vladimir Putin’s two decades in power. The city of Khabarovsk, near the Chinese border, has seen weeks of demonstrations against the arrest of a local political leader.

  5. Gas lines sabotaged causing two explosions: Oklahoma and Arkansas. Intelligence sources are now saying both pipelines were intentionally sabotaged to cause the explosions, and Antifa and BLM are allegedly suspects, one of which is now openly aligned with a Communist Chinese funding source. Gas pipeline explosion creates giant bright ball of flame near roadway in Oklahoma. Police and firefighters were deployed to tackle a major fire produced by a gas pipeline blast near the town of Piedmont, Oklahoma. The blaze is so intense that crews are forced to work in shifts to tackle it.

  6. “We look at Antifa as more of an ideology or a movement than an organization,” FBI Dir. Wray testifies at House Homeland Security Committee hearing. F.B.I. Director Warns of Russian Interference and White Supremacist Violence. Testimony by Christopher A. Wray contradicted efforts by President Trump and other officials to downplay the threats. Christopher A. Wray, the director of the F.B.I., warned a House committee on Thursday that Russia is actively pursuing a disinformation campaign against former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and expressed alarm about violent extremist groups. “Racially motivated violent extremism,” mostly from white supremacists, has made up a majority of domestic terrorism threats, Mr. Wray told the House Homeland Security Committee. He also echoed an intelligence community assessment last month that Russia is conducting a “very active” campaign to spread disinformation and interfere in the presidential election, with Mr. Biden as the primary target.

  7. Judges reset bail for rioters after protesters publish judge’s address, petition for reconsideration. The bail for felony rioters arrested Monday in downtown Lancaster have been modified. Reinaker reset bail for Taylor Enterline from $1 million to $50,000 unsecured; Dylan Davis from $1 million to $50,000 unsecured, is on house arrest; Joshua Dwayne Montague from $1 million to $100,000 cash or 10 %; Kathryn Patterson from $1 million to $50,0000 unsecured; Alexa Wise from $100,000 to $50,000 unsecured, is on house arrest. Roth revisited the bail amounts for Barry Jones, from $1 million to $100,000 unsecured, he is on house arrest; Jamal Shariff Newman from $1 million to $100,000 straight; Talia Gessner from $1 million to $50,000 cash, if released, house arrest; T-Jay Fry from $1 million to $25,000 straight. [Um the hell?? US Marshalls??? Where are you?]

  8. Towards a definition of terrorist ideology: terrorism and political violence. While conventional wisdom holds that the ideology espoused by a terrorist organization is somehow related to that organization’s actions, the precise nature of the relationship between these phenomena is hotly debated, with scholarship often yielding contrasting empirical results. We argue that one reason for this divergence in viewpoints and research findings is an inadequate understanding of what ideology actually is and how it relates to terrorism. Indeed, the terrorism literature reveals widely disparate uses of the concept of terrorist ideology. This article endeavors to provide a common framework for approaching ideology in the context of terrorism studies by systematically building a new definition of terrorist ideology from first principles. In so doing, we introduce a definition of terrorist ideology that is logically consistent, has robust theoretical underpinnings, and connects the study of ideology within terrorism to broader disciplinary research traditions regarding ideology. This provides a conceptual foundation from which to examine terrorist ideology in an objective, systematic manner and thereby enables terrorism researchers to more productively investigate important outstanding questions, such as which aspects of an ideology are most relevant to violent behavior. Rand: The Dangers of Designating Antifa as a Terrorist Organization Now. “Groups like Antifa clearly more closely meet the definition of domestic terrorism, but the only requirement for being considered “foreign” terrorism would be to have some means that transcends national boundaries. Antifa protestors have been active in the UK and elsewhere, and even its name—anti-fascist—suggests an international orientation against the roots of white supremacy groups in past Fascist governments in Germany, Austria, and Italy. This would likely be a sufficient transnational angle to designate Antifa, given there is no clear standard.” The dynamics of terrorist organizations. Terrorist organizations are most often comprised of ideologues, criminal mercenaries, and captive participants.

  9. Professor David E Martin disclosed that Moderna not only applied for a new coronavirus vaccine patent on March 28, 2019, but also mentioned in the application that they are worried about the new coronavirus outbreak or intentional release.

  10. Wired: If you’ve just had Covid, exercise might not be good for you. A growing number of studies are raising concerns about the coronavirus’ long-term effects on the heart. Athletes especially need to heed the warnings.”

  11. Nevada man’s COVID-19 reinfection said to be first confirmed case in US. A 25-year-old Washoe County man is the nation’s first COVID-19 patient proven to have been reinfected by the new coronavirus, according to the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory in Reno. [Notably, 2nd time worse, hospitalized.]

  12. Bethany S. Mandel: “Happy six month anniversary to “Two weeks to stop the spread.”

  13. High demand — uncertainty amid pandemic causes firearm and ammo shortages. The coronavirus pandemic, growing turmoil surrounding racial inequality demonstrations and the impending presidential election have all contributed to a perfect storm resulting in a shortage of firearms.

  14. New rules may allow Australian police to detain “conspiracy theorists.”

  15. Robby Starbuck: “This is one of the weirdest exchanges I’ve ever seen on TV. Newt Gingrich correctly points out that George Soros threw an unprecedented amount of money into DA races all over the country to elect radicals and Fox News basically told him to shut up. WTF?”

  16. Facebook to curb internal debate over sensitive issues amid staff discord. Facebook is moving to curb internal debate around divisive political and social topics, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said, after a spate of disputes and criticism that has fueled discord among staffers.

  17. Spotify CEO defends keeping transphobic Joe Rogan podcasts online. Multiple sources inside Spotify described an all-hands meeting in which Spotify CEO Daniel Ek discussed the company’s handling of the controversial podcaster. adam22: “Spotify employees are already trying to get Rogan kicked off the platform. You’ve gotta wonder if he’s already regretting this decision.” Abigail Shrier: “Joe Rogan’s show is one of the last forums for free discussion, and now the woke employees of Spotify are trying to destroy it. Joe’s “sin” was my show. Please watch it, it so you can see what a reasonable discussion looks like - before it’s gone.”

  18. Jonathan and Wilma Hostetler, a Mennonite couple who had a flat tire while passing through Indianapolis the other night. They were robbed at gunpoint and then both shot. Their 6 year old son called 911 from inside the car. Wilma was killed and Jonathan is critical. [This is what I fucking mean!!! NO MEDIA!!!]

  19. Arizona DPS looking for suspect involved in apparent ambush; shooter in custody. Police are searching for a suspect following a shooting involving an Arizona Department of Public Safety trooper in Phoenix near 37th Avenue and Portland.

  20. An online student attended a rooftop party. He was reported to NYU and suspended indefinitely. Universities are punishing kids for partying—after cashing their tuition checks, of course.

  21. Carranza says NYC remote-learning porn hack appears to be inside job. The hijacking of a Brooklyn school’s remote-learning class with porn and pictures of President Trump appears to be an inside job, Department of Education Chancellor Richard Carranza said.

  22. Catastrophic flooding unfolding as Hurricane Sally makes landfall near the Alabama/Florida border, U.S.

  23. Record cold sweeps parts of Canada. Heavy frosts and record-breaking cold swept parts of Canada on Tuesday morning, with another blast of polar air forecast for the weekend.

  24. Massive landslide at Irazu volcano prompts relocation of infrastructure, Costa Rica. The government has started the process of relocating telecommunication towers in Costa Rica’s Irazu Volcano National Park due to an ongoing massive landslide, which started on August 26, 2020.

  25. Dozens of wildfires have been burning their way through swathes of the US West Coast over the last month, killing more than 30 people and forcing tens of thousands from their homes. Wildfires are burning millions of acres in California, Oregon and other parts of the western US, devastating towns and blanketing communities in thick smoke. By the end of last week the smoke had reached Northern Europe. Smoke from wildfires in Vancouver mountains and the dire consequences of fires in Oregon. Scientists say the region’s wildfires are the worst in 18 years and have linked their increasing prevalence and intensity to climate change. However, US President Donald Trump has blamed poor forest management for the blazes. Yosemite National Park closes as wildfires scorch West Coast. The federal government-run air quality monitor, Airnow gov, showed that pollutant levels in the park were so high they exceeded the site’s index.

  26. Anduril Industries: “Kelsee Hober was piloting Blackhawks for the U.S. Army before she came to Anduril. Now she uses her battlefield experience & skill set to direct strategy for the Ghost 4, our new VTOL sUAS, designed to meet the needs of military users.”

  27. The US Air Force RQ-4B Global Hawk high-altitude reconnaissance drone conducted today a many-hour mission in the airspace of Lithuania and Ukraine, monitoring the positions of the RF Armed Forces in the border regions, and then passed along the Black Sea coast of Crimea.

  28. For the first time, units of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the US Armed Forces will conduct a joint landing from CV-22 Osprey convertiplanes and the MC-130J military transport aircraft in preparation for the upcoming United Efforts 2020 exercise.

  29. US Army Central: “United4Readiness During Artillery Inferno II, held Sept. 7-10, 2020, U.S. military forces worked with Kuwait Land Forces Artillery to understand how each force plans and employs its artillery.”

  30. Sukhoi Su-57 Felon: “Russian Su-27 nicely cuts American B-52 like a Boss over Black Sea.”

  31. The WC-135 Constant Phoenix is a special-purpose aircraft derived from the Boeing C-135 Stratolifter and used by the United States Air Force. Its mission is to collect samples from the atmosphere for the purpose of detecting and identifying nuclear explosions.

  32. Manu Gómez: “Weird USAF WC-135W Constant Phoenix OLIVE55 nuke sniffer tracking over the Persian Gulf.” JB Wiese: “Nuke sniffer Constant Phoenix showing back up on adsb after being dark for a few hours. OLIVE55. Location not exact over gulf.” Aleph א: “Nuke Sniffer was seen on ADSBX somewhere near the Persian Gulf, a few minutes ago.” Vince Terry: “RC135 nuke sniffer still keeping an eye on North Korea.” Aircraft Spots: “USAF RC-135W 62-4134 LEVET01 operating over the Korean Peninsula at 33,000 feet.”
    [Something is up. "Constant Phoenix.” Sort by latest, read the multiple reports before they are deleted. Update: It went dark and then back on the grid.]

  33. CANUK78: “USN Lockheed EP-3E ARIES II Off the coast of Taiwan 156511 AE1D8A. Russian Air Force Tupolev Tu-154B-2 Possibly heading to Libya? RFF8059 RA-85559 154E37. USAF Boeing RC-135U Combat Sent WAIF61 64-14849 Black Sea. WAIF61 also used a false Hex D2921E for it’s mission over the Black Sea. USN Boeing P-8A Poseidon AE687A Black Sea. 5× USAF General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon’s over Poland WEASL11 WEASL13 WARHK02 WARHK04 WARHK11. Czech Air Force Saab JAS-39C Gripen SILUO11 9235 Czech Republic. USAF Boeing WC-135W Constant Phoenix Nuke Sniffer OLIVE55 61-2667 AE0941 UAE.”

  34. Jordan: “Always love adding unique aircraft to my collection. This time part of a duo, SPAR93 01-0076 C37A climbing out of Nevatim OLIVE55 61-2667 WC135C ConstantPhoenix (AKA the NukeSniffer) USAF C135 avgeek milair OLIVE55 GLF5.”

  35. INTELSky: “USAF United States Air Force, Boeing WC-135W (61-2667, AE0941) as flight OLIVE55. Its mission is to collect samples from the atmosphere for the purpose of detecting and identifying nuclear explosions. HDG probably to Al-Udeid Air Base Qatar. USAF United States Air Force, Boeing RC-135W (62-4134, AE01CE) as flight LEVET01 flying near N. Korea. The mission crew can gathered information, detect, identify and geolocate signals throughout the electromagnetic spectrum.”

  36. Brandon Finlan-Fuksa: “GOOFY98" (E-6B, 163920) out from NAS Patuxent. Straight goofin’”

  37. Blesa Shaways: “An explosion targets American Institute of English Language in Najaf, Iraq.”

  38. Aleph א: “A friend who lives in eastern Tehran says "it sounded like someone jumped over the roof top. USAF MC-130H COMBAT TALON II (AE1292) outbound Iraq.”

  39. Evergreen Intel: “C-5M Super Galaxy spotted leaving Diego Garcia on Sat. ADS-C via ADSBx. MC44 is reg. 87-0044, ICAO AE0589.”

  40. Adam C: “WC-135 61-2667 OLIVE55 heading South East in the descent for RAF Mildenhall. The last time a ‘Constant Phoenix’ came this way, it was investigating reports of radioactive isotopes detected over Scandinavia, supposedly from an unreported accidental release in Russia.” [Godspeed.]

  41. Meditation affects brain networks differently in long-term meditators and novices. UW-Madison researchers examined brain activity in non-meditators, new meditators, and long-term meditators, and they discovered differences in emotion networks of the brain among these groups. [This seems like an effective way to promote focus. There’s another practice I’ve found effective from a form of Tibetan sleep yoga called Zhine. There are a few stages, focus on an object, focus on the space between the object.]

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