In India it's Gopal Sharma

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In India it’s Gopal Sharma
In US It’s Kyile
Kids Are The Main Target Of These Politics Scum
Teach Your Kids Good Manners
& Switch Off Your WhatsApp University

Meanwhile in NYC

The fight rages on!!! :crossed_swords:

Don’t chase the White Vans :minibus:

Godspeed Subterranean Troops!!!

Protesters build a guilliotine in front of Jeff Bezos House in DC

Trump Worshippers (Bhakt) In India

FEMA Spends More Preparing for Terrorism Than Hurricanes

Perfect time to go into STEMS

We’ll be stuck in this recession for years, economists say

Wind and solar are 30-50% cheaper than thought, admits UK government

No shit Feds

White supremacists and militias have infiltrated police across US, report says

Rare plants that ‘bleed’ nickel

Lessons in OPSEC

Confessions of an ID Theft Kingpin, Part II

Teamsters are going to be pissed, as well as Police Unions can’t give a :robot: a speeding ticket.

Waymo Tests Autonomous Trucks in Texas

:arrow_up: This is how Police are defunded and made irrelevant.

One never changes things overnight, you change the establishment by making them less relevant day by day.

Till one day they no longer matter.


Recap 8/27/2020

  1. Our food supply is under all out attack. WA and MI have followed CA in mandating COVID-19 testing for farmworkers, which, as we have seen in Ontario, presages their shutting down farms where workers test positive.

  2. Premier Daniel Andrews has announced Victoria’s state of emergency will be extended for 12 months beyond the scheduled September 13 finish date. Mr Andrews said a decision was yet to be made as to when the Victorian Parliament would sit to pass the bill but it would be made “available at the appropriate time”. He said they had to assume a vaccine would not be available before next year and had to correspondingly extend the lockdown measures beyond the normal six-month legal limit.

  3. Hurricane Laura makes landfall in Lake Charles, Louisiana. US President Donald Trump: “Hurricane Laura is a very dangerous and rapidly intensifying hurricane. My Administration remains fully engaged with state & local emergency managers to continue preparing and assisting the great people Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Listen to local officials. We are with you!”

  4. There is a chemical fire in the Westlake/Moss Bluff/Sulphur area. Residents are advised to shelter in place until further notice and close your doors and windows. Follow the directions of local officials. If you are in the Westlake/Moss Bluff/Sulphur area, shelter in place, close your windows and doors and TURN OFF YOUR AIR CONDITIONING UNITS. There is a chemical fire. Stay inside and wait for additional direction from local officials.

  5. Structural biology reveals new target to neutralize COVID-19. An international team of researchers have discovered a new and highly conserved site on the SARS-CoV-2 virus that can be neutralized by a specific antibody.

  6. Christchurch gunman Brenton Tarrant has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole for the mass murder of 51 people at two city mosques in March of 2019. It’s the longest prison sentence handed out in New Zealand’s legal history, and a penalty never before used in the country.

  7. Turkey blocks NATO over UN arms embargo against Libya. The NATO member state Turkey is blocking a decision by the military alliance to support the EU Sea-Guardian mission. This is not by chance, because the EU mission is supposed to control the UN arms.

  8. Greece and its EU allies held war games in the Mediterranean on Wednesday while Turkey conducted drills with the US navy nearby. Tensions rose further on Thursday when Turkey announced it was extending its mission for an extra five days. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he was “personally regularly in contact with Ankara and Athens.” After failed shuttle diplomacy, Berlin, late on Wednesday, criticized the naval exercises as “not helpful.”

  9. 50-meter yacht Lady MM, worth several hundred million dollars, burned and sank in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Sardinia. Coast Guard rescued 17 people from the ship, 8 tourists from Kazakhstan and 9 crew members.

  10. The US State Department has decided to approve the possible sale of 32 upgraded AIM-120C-8 (AMRAAM) missiles to Japan, worth an estimated $63 million.

  11. Former Navy TOPGUN instructor says the AI that defeated a human pilot in a simulated dogfight would have “crashed and burned” in the real world. However, he added that a dogfighting AI-driven aircraft may be here “sooner than we ever imagined.”

  12. US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Bigan left Kiev, where he had discussed the situation in Donbass and events in Belarus with Ukrainian President Zelensky. The parties agreed on the need for a peaceful settlement of the situation.

  13. In the Ukraine, a bus with activists of the public movement “Patriots - For Life” was shot on the Kiev-Kharkov highway. Two people were killed, one was injured, and several people were kidnapped. Ukrainian police in hot pursuit detained the radicals who fired at the bus in which 22 members of the public organization “Patriots for Life” were traveling, said Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko. But during this hour, pro-Kremlin blogger Anatoly Shariy has already managed to call on Twitter for resignation of the “killer of Zelensky” which seems to hint that the Kremlin has decided to replace two presidents at once in neighboring countries - in Ukraine and Belarus. All of this happened just few hours after Bigan had left.

  14. Putin announced his readiness to help the Belarusian dictator: “Alexander Grigorievich asked me to form certain reserves of law enforcement officers. And I did it.” “We will not allow the collapse of national currency. If people want to buy dollars — please!” Lukashenko said. There are no dollars or euros in Belarusian banks. Belarus will hold talks with Russia on the refinancing of $1 billion in debt, Lukashenko said.

  15. A vegetarian ‘revolution’ continues in Minsk: several dozen girls stood up in a chain with their hands tied near the Red Church.

  16. Mass arrests of protesters are taking place on Independence Square in the center of Minsk, more than 200 people have been detained today.

  17. Armored vehicles of Belarusian Armed Forces have been deployed on the border with Poland near the Bruzgi border crossing.

  18. Cadets of the Military Academy of Belarus Ministry of Defense continue tank training.

  19. On the eve of State Duma elections, Ryazan Sugar explodes in Crimea. Explosion thundered last evening in the ten story building in Kerch, where the floor slab between 9th and 10th floors collapsed. The blast wave was so strong that windows and doors flew out even on the first floor, and in neighboring houses the explosion knocked out windows. The narrative of “household gas clap” does not roll this time for the simple reason that the explosion thundered into the entrance which had been cut off from the gas pipeline 20 years ago; in addition, on the day of the explosion, the gas was cut off throughout the house due to technical work. Of course, as usual, the “clap” of non-existent gas occurred on the upper floor, and as usual, in the corner apartment.

  20. A two-story building of the Alliance leather haberdashery factory burned down in the Pskov region. Three people were injured. People got burns and fractures when they tried to leave the building; two more went missing. The most amazing part is that the fire station is literally right next to the factory.

  21. Pskov police came to home of the head of Navalny’s headquarters, Aleksei Dorozhkin, who went to one-man picket with a poster which read: "I know who poisoned Navalny.” A former employee of Investigative Committee of Belarus, Andrei Ostapovich, was detained in Pskov. He resigned in protest against repression, received political asylum in Latvia, and was awaiting a visa in Pskov. On August 21, Russian security forces secretly took him back to Belarus and handed him over to Lukashenko’s fascists to be killed.

  22. A device for detecting toxins and viruses in the air, including coronavirus, was presented by Russian scientists at the Army 2020 forum. This was reported by general director Alexander Novikov of the Krasnogorsk plant named after Zverev (part of the Shvabe holding of the state corporation Rostec). The device was named "Detector-BIO.” “With the help of such device, the automatic analysis of an air sample takes from 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the concentration of pathogens,” Novikov said.

  23. The Vietnamese delegation was eyeing the Kornet-EM self-propelled ATGM system based on the K-53949 Typhoon-K chassis at the Army-2020 Russian forum. Concern “Kalashnikov” demonstrated a new gun developed on the basis of MP-155, called the MP-155 Ultima. They also presented an updated AK-12 with a new stock, trigger guard and a more ergonomic pistol grip and a new Kalashnikov machine gun called RPL-20. The new machine gun is made for a 5.45x39 caliber and has a cartridge box for 100 rounds. Weapon weight - 5.5 kg with a long barrel and 5.2 kg with a shortened barrel.

  24. Putin arrived in Crimea to open the Tavrida highway, which began construction in 2017 and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2023.
    At this stage, 150 billion rubles (about $2 billion) have already been invested in the construction of highway. Putin drove along the freshly baked track in the Aurus and received as a souvenir a kilogram of asphalt concrete pavement.

  25. Before there were weather apps for your smartphone, Doppler radar, or the National Weather Service, our ancestors looked to the signs from nature to prepare for what was to come. Here is a laundry list of 20 signs of nature that can predict a harsh winter ahead. The signs include thicker than normal corn husks, woodpeckers sharing the same tree, the early arrival of the snowy owl, the early departure of geese and ducks, the early migration of the monarch butterfly, thick hair on the nape of a cow’s neck, heavy and numerous fogs during August, raccoons with thick tails and bright bands, mice chewing furiously to get into your home, the early arrival of crickets on the hearth, spiders spinning larger than usual webs or entering the house in great numbers, pigs gathering sticks, ants marching in a line rather than meandering, early seclusion of bees within the hive, unusual abundance of acorns, muskrats burrowing holes high on the river bank, high hornets’ nests, the size of the orange band on the Woollybear caterpillar, squirrels gathering nuts to fortify against a hard winter, and frequent halos or rings around the sun or moon.

  26. Police cordon off the entire government district in Berlin as hundreds of thousands of people will participate on Saturday in protests against the government. The Merkel regime fears for what will happen.

  27. White House national security adviser Robert O’Brien has accused China’s communist leaders of running “concentration camps” for Uighurs in Xinjiang, a northwestern province home to millions of Uighurs. A member of a United Nations human rights panel said in 2018 that China had “turned the Uighur autonomous region into something that resembles a massive internment camp,” where people are held without charge and little recourse to get legal representation to be released. More than a million Uighurs are believed to be held in such facilities. The United States is weighing formally labeling China’s brutal repression of ethnic Muslim minority Uighurs a “genocide,” two Trump administration officials said. The move could dramatically escalate tensions with Beijing, which denies copious reporting on the maltreatment of its Muslim minority.

  28. China’s three gorges dam faces severe flooding as Yangtze overflows.

  29. The mountain in Mianning section of Jinping Section 215 in Sichuan collapsed.

  30. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on Wednesday launched multiple anti-ship ballistic missiles into the South China Sea in a military exercise, overseas media reported. The destroyer USS Mustin on Thursday trespassed into China’s territorial waters in the Xisha Islands. The PLA Southern Theater Command organized naval and air forces to track it and warn it away.

  31. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said after telephone talks with Trump that Athens was “ready for a significant de-escalation — but on condition that Turkey immediately stops its provocative actions." But Erdogan replied that Turkey will “make no concessions on that which is ours."

  32. New Zealand’s stock exchange halts trading for third day in a row due to DDOS attacks.

  33. Tourist in Venice pushed off boat by other passengers for refusing to wear mask.

  34. The UAE has called off a ceremonial meeting between the country and Israel, after the US has made clear that they will most likely not be selling F-35 fighter jets to the United Arab Emirates. It seems that MBZ had the purchase of American F-35’s in mind when he announced official diplomatic relations with Israel. The US assured the UAE that it would be providing them with high-tech weapons, but that it would make sure that Israel keeps their “qualitative advantage.”

  35. A mysterious radio burst that keeps repeating just woke up, right on schedule. Earlier this year, astronomers announced a dazzling discovery. A fast radio burst called FRB 121102 wasn’t just repeating - it was repeating on a discernible cycle. For around 67 days, the source is silent. Then, for around 90 days, it wakes up again, spitting out repeated millisecond radio flares before falling silent, and the whole 157-day cycle repeats. However, fast radio bursts are extremely mysterious, and there was no guarantee that the cycle would continue. So it’s pretty exciting that the source has flared up again, right on cue - consistent with predictions of its activity cycle. This suggests that there’s significant value in monitoring known fast radio burst sources - but also in continuing to watch FRB 121102 to try to understand what could be causing the phenomenon.

  36. What is ‘Panspermia?’ New evidence for the wild theory that says we could all be space aliens. A new experiment attempts to find out whether microbes may migrate between planets and distribute life in the Universe.

  37. How satellite ‘megaconstellations’ will photobomb astronomy images. Most detailed report yet about the impact of giant satellite clusters says damage to observations is unavoidable.

  38. Walmart and Microsoft launch joint bid to buy TikTok. The viral video app could be banned in the US by Donald Trump if it not bought by an American company. TikTok chief Kevin Mayer quits after Trump threatens to ban app. Former Disney executive resigns just months after appointment by Chinese video platform.

  39. British scientists have discovered that an active ingredient found in insect repellent, citriodiol, can kill COVID-19, according to a report.

  40. President Donald Trump will enact his 33rd use of the Defense Production Act.

  41. The U.S. Navy formally began the construction of a new Virginia-class attack submarine with a keel-laying ceremony held in Groton.

  42. A Virginia state senator faces two felony charges following an incident at a June protest at a Confederate monument in Portsmouth, Virginia.

  43. An apartment fire near College Park, Atlanta, early Wednesday morning displaced 34 people, bringing the total number of people recently displaced by fires in metro Atlanta to nearly 300.

  44. In a scene that played out several times Monday, a Black Lives Matter protest that began in Columbia Heights confronted white diners outside D.C. restaurants, chanting, “White silence is violence!” and demanding white diners show their solidarity.

  45. U.S. schools face shortage of laptops crucial for online learning amid pandemic.

  46. Because of the shortage of engineers and technicians, there’s a higher demand for workers.

  47. FEMA spends more preparing for terrorism than hurricanes.

  48. America remains in a deep downturn and is running a serious risk of a worsening recession that will last at least another year, economists warned Monday, expecting the GDP won’t return to its pre-pandemic level until 2022. A majority of those experts also say jobs will be back to February level in 2022 at the earliest. Nearly 80% say there is a one-in-four chance of a double-dip recession – an economic downturn that begins to recover and worsens again before fully recovering.

  49. Electricity generated from wind and solar is 30-50% cheaper than previously thought, according to newly published UK government figures.

  50. White supremacist groups have infiltrated US law enforcement agencies in every region of the country over the last two decades, according to a new report about the ties between police and far-right vigilante groups. In a timely new analysis, Michael German, a former FBI special agent who has written extensively on the ways that US law enforcement have failed to respond to far-right domestic terror threats, concludes that US law enforcement officials have been tied to racist militant activities in more than a dozen states since 2000, and hundreds of police officers have been caught posting racist and bigoted social media content.

  51. Rare and valuable plants that naturally “mine” large quantities of nickel are thought to be hiding in Indonesia’s forests – but it is a race to discover them before they are wiped out.

  52. Waymo launched testing of autonomous trucks in Texas and announced plans to make Dallas the center of its heavy-duty vehicle technology efforts. Alphabet Inc.’s autonomous vehicle unit said in an Aug. 26 news release that it has begun testing Peterbilt trucks equipped with self-driving technology along Interstate 10, I-20 and I-45 in Texas.

Everytime I open my phone there’s some new discovery being published. Tech transfer is full swing

Yeah some interesting shit happening finally it seems

Assuming we dont blow ourselves up the technology trend hit exponential awhile ago. It’s never going to stop and only going to get faster

Do you want to live on the 24th century or stay stuck on the 21st?

Do you want to keep pretending we are a Type Zero Civilization

When we are a Type 2

Do you want to die on Earth?

After the veil is lifted?

Or have a chance to leave?

It’s up to you.

For me it’s no question. This right here.

Soon, I promise all of you soon the veil will be lifted and we will experience “Open Eyes” :eye:

Old Badger Army Ammunition Plant

it’s for #aircrash code

is anyone online to help me with something

What time is it in Moscow

DM Boris and see if he’s awake

I’m fading