Mysterious seismic hums detected around the world were likely caused by an unusual geologic event — the rumblings of a magma-filled reservoir deep under the Indian Ocean, a new study finds.

⤺ reposted by @RealCrypto420 from Thousands witness UFO Over New Jersey Sept 14, 2020, 4 Videos, UFO Sighting News.

Google Narrative:
Mysterious seismic hums detected around the world were likely caused by an unusual geologic event — the rumblings of a magma-filled reservoir deep under the Indian Ocean, a new study finds. These odd hums were an unconventional geologic birth announcement.

Fine tank you @AriesAzazel

Sounds more like the horns of Gibrael

:venezuela: #VENEZUELA
The pipeline that feeds the Paraguana refinery has been flowing oil directly into the sea for almost a week
Oil has washed up to Venezuela’s west coast after a leak in a pipeline that takes crude to the country’s main refinery, national oil company PDVSA said on Saturday, September 12
However, this can be seen and from satellite images
The spill has spread over more than 13 kilometers (eight miles) according to parliament’s environmental commission

:venezuela: #ВЕНЕСУЭЛА
По трубопроводу, который питает НПЗ Парагуаны, нефть течёт прямо в море уже почти неделю
Нефть хлынула на западное побережье Венесуэлы после утечки в трубопроводе, по которому нефть доставляется на главный нефтеперерабатывающий завод страны, это подтвердила национальная нефтяная компания PDVSA в субботу, 12 сентября
Впрочем, это видно и по спутниковым снимкам
По данным экологической комиссии Венесуэлы, разлив распространился на более чем 13 км

#Ecological catastrophy
:mauritius::jp: A similar environmental disaster related to an oil spill occurred off the coast of Mauritius, where a tanker from the Japanese company Nagashiki Shipping, sailing under the Panamanian flag to Brazil, ran aground and then split in half in mid-August. More than a million gallons of oil spilled into the ocean.
The MV Wakashio hit the Pointe d’Esny coral reef on 25 July with 4,000 tons of fuel oil on board.

:mauritius::jp: Аналогичная экологическая катастрофа, связанная с разливом нефти, произошла у берегов Маврикия, где танкер японской компании Nagashiki Shipping, шедший под панамским флагом в Бразилию, сел на мель, после чего в середине августа раскололся напополам, вылив более миллиона галлонов нефти в океан.
Судно MV Wakashio натолкнулось на коралловый риф Пуэнт-д’Эсни 25 июля, на его борту находилось 4000 тонн мазута.

:tr::greece: Turkey prepares for the siege of the Greek islands
The situation in the Eastern Mediterranean is getting closer to war.

:tr::greece: Турция готовится к осаде греческих островов
Ситуация в Восточном Средиземноморье всё ближе к войне.

:india: #INDIA :cn: #CHINA
Mobilization of the Indian army on the line of de facto control continues

:india: #ИНДИЯ :cn: #КИТАЙ
Мобилизация индийской армии на линии фактического контроля продолжается

:iraq::us: In Baghdad, shelling and explosions in the Green Zone continue for the third day in a row. A car park on the grounds of American Embassy was fired upon today.

:iraq::us: В Багдаде третий день подряд продолжаются обстрелы и взрывы в Зеленой зоне. Сегодня была обстреляна автомобильная стоянка на территории американского посольства.

:microbe: In early May, most Americans (55 percent) said they would get vaccinated for COVID-19 if and when a vaccine becomes available.
Now, four months later, less than a third of Americans (32 percent) say they plan to get vaccinated

:ru: #RUSSIA
:belarus::cn: Today, the military of Belarus and of China’s PLA arrived at the Kapustin Yar training ground in the Astrakhan region to participate in the military exercises Caucasus-2020
Also a second group of Chinese PLA servicemen arrived at a military airfield in the Astrakhan region today
Yesterday, at the Ashuluk range, military training firing was conducted from the S-400 anti-aircraft missile system at training air targets
/Video of Min.of Defense/

:ru: #РОССИЯ
:belarus::cn: Сегодня военные Беларуси и армии НОАК Китая прибыли на полигон Капустин Яр в Астраханской области для участия в СКШУ «Кавказ-2020»
Также на военный аэродром в Астраханской области прибыла вторая группа военнослужащих НОАК Китая
Вчера на полигоне Ашулук были проведены военные учебные стрельбы из ЗРК С-400 по учебным воздушным целям
/Видео Минобороны/

:ru: #RUSSIA #Caucasus_2020
The exercises began with embarrassment — an ATGM ‘Konkurs’ rocket during an exercise at one of the training grounds in Astrakhan region hit its own tank, flew into the side of T-90A tower :upside_down_face:
No info about the victims yet

:ru: #РОССИЯ #Кавказ_2020
Похоже, учения начались “удачно” — на одном из полигонов в Астраханской области ракета ПТРК «Конкурс» во время учений попала в собственный танк, влетел в борт башни Т-90А :upside_down_face:
О пострадавших информации пока нет

:arrow_up: For some reason, the Ministry of Defense is silent about such ‘fantastic’ successes… Lol

Aljazeera: Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls for ‘chemical castration’ of rapists

The woman was raped in front of her children after her car ran out of fuel on a motorway near the eastern city of Lahore.

The incident drew a number of protesters to the streets in several cities, including Islamabad and Karachi, denouncing attacks on women.

“They [rapists] should be given exemplary punishments. In my opinion, they should be hanged at the chowk [intersection],” said Khan.

The way murders are graded as first degree, second degree and third degree, rape should also be graded this way, and the first grade rapists should be castrated and incapable completely."

Legal expert Osama Malik told the AFP news agency the rape conviction rate can be as low as 2 percent.

“This drops even lower in cases where a minor has been raped. That is one of the reasons that rape is rarely reported,” said Malik.

Azazel News #Recap 9/15/2020

  1. New UK legislation shows Covid tests are being used to collect DNA samples.

  2. Thousands of reports emerge of UFO sightings in New Jersey. [So someone in maintenance bay is going to get a lot of shit because cloaking was clearly not working. Mainstream media is trying to pass this off as a blimp. Footage is clearly NOT a blimp. The UFO in the footage is triangular. Eventually, no matter how many EOD (End of Day) orders there are, the posts cannot be removed, and the information will flood social media.]

  3. The Air Force has already built and flown a prototype of its first new fighter jet in two decades. The Air Force has secretly designed, built, and flown a prototype of a future fighter jet under its Next Generation Air Dominance program, Defense News reports. Yahoo: “The US Air Force has built and flown a mysterious full-scale prototype of its future fighter jet. Does this give the Next Generation Air Dominance program more momentum, or does it open it up to more scrutiny?” [Search this exactly on Twitter and then sort by latest and see what I mean: ufo "not a blimp”]

  4. Zero Hedge: “Twitter suspends account of Chinese scientist who published paper alleging Covid was created in Wuhan lab. Two days ago, we asked, "How long before the @ LiMengYAN119 account is silenced?” The answer: two days.” {Never accept Chinese money. EVER. “When we lose our principles, we invite chaos.” “When the media is behind your movement, you aren’t the resistance.”]

  5. Solar Cycle 25 is here. NASA, NOAA scientists explain what that means. Solar Cycle 25 has begun. During a media event on Tuesday, experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) discussed their analysis and predictions about the new solar cycle – and how the coming upswing in space weather will impact our lives.

  6. Monika Wisniewska: “The vaccine should be tested on politicians first. If they survive, the vaccine is safe. If they don’t, then the country is safe.” In early May, most Americans (55 percent) said they would get vaccinated for COVID-19 if and when a vaccine becomes available. Now, four months later, less than a third of Americans (32 percent) say they plan to get vaccinated. [All U.S. Army parachute riggers are required to be Airborne qualified, and by tradition are required to be prepared to jump any parachute packed by any U.S. Army parachute rigger, without checking the log book for the name of the rigger who last prepared it. The official motto of the U.S. Army parachute rigger is: “I will be sure always.” It is a felony to refuse to jump. This is why you force the parachute riggers to test their own chutes. Those who want to play infant can play dead infant when their chutes fail. There was a parachute factory that was creating shitty parachutes that kept failing when soldiers used them. The government tried a bunch of things to try to force the factory to improve, but that failed. The government said now the factory workers had to test the parachutes themselves. Suddenly, the parachutes stopped failing. A society enforcing “skin in the game” would be a better society than the one we currently live in. Side note: Good point, but one would still need to keep the politicians from pulling a placebo vaccine bait and switch. Skin in the game could be falsified without intense scrutiny and verification and/or those administering the injections could be paid off or blackmailed to switch them out.]

  7. Elon Musk: “Tunnels under cities with self-driving electric cars will feel like warp drive First operational tunnel under Vegas almost done. The world will never know the truth.” “Have you hugged a tunnel today?” “Embrace tunnels!”

  8. US Space Force confirms Space Based Infrared System detected missile attack in January. Chief of Space Operations Gen. John “Jay” Raymond has confirmed suspicions that the Space Based Infrared System was used to detect more than a dozen missiles launched at U.S. and coalition forces in Iraq back in January.

  9. In Baghdad, shelling and explosions in the Green Zone continue for the third day in a row. A car park on the grounds of American Embassy was fired upon today.

  10. Anduril’s new drone offers to inject more AI into warfare. A swarm of Ghost 4s, controlled by a single person on the ground, can perform reconnaissance missions like searching for enemy weapons or soldiers. This spring, a team of small drones, each resembling a small, sensor-laden helicopter, scoured a lush stretch of wilderness near Irvine, California. They spent hours circling the sky, seeking, among other things, surface-to-air missile launchers lurking in the brush. The missiles they found weren’t enemy ones. They were props for early test flights of a prototype military drone stuffed with artificial intelligence—the latest product from Anduril, a defense-tech startup founded by Palmer Luckey, the creator of Oculus Rift. The new drone, the Ghost 4, shows the potential for AI in military systems. Luckey says it is the first generation that can perform various reconnaissance missions, including searching an area for enemy hardware or soldiers, under the control of a single person on the ground. The vehicle uses machine learning (the method behind most modern AI) to analyze imagery and identify targets, but it also relies on more conventional rules-based software for critical control and decision making among swarm teammates. [Connect the dots. January? When the pandemic started?]

  11. An asteroid the size of London Bridge set to enter Earth’s orbit on Thursday. The asteroid is predicted to be 48m to 110m, or 157 to 360 feet, wide. [So many asteroids lately, don’t you think? Van Allen Belt and magnetic anomaly. You gotta help me keep the devil/Way down in the hole/Down in the hole.]

  12. Two planes at once loaded with drugs crashed in Venezuela. The Aerospace Defense Command of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces (FANB) shot down a US-registered aircraft near a clandestine runway in the municipality of Machiques de Perija. The death toll is not reported. [The CIA is getting sloppy as shit, not even registering the planes in Latin America.]

  13. Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls for ‘chemical castration’ of rapists. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has called for public hangings and chemical castration of rapists as authorities reported arresting a second man in connection with the rape of a woman on a popular highway in Punjab province last week.

  14. Photos have emerged from the crash site of the Pakistani Air Force JF-17, which crashed near the town of Pindigheb in the Attock area. PAF headquarters has formed a commission of inquiry to investigate the cause of the incident. “A board of inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the accident,” said the statement. Meanwhile, this is the fifth Pakistani Air Force plane to crash this year during a training flight. [There have been 18 fighter jet crashes since the crash in Mage, Brazil, in May involving the kids and United States Trigger Happy As Fuck Space Force. Legacy Space Force was not dumb enough to do this stupid shit.]

  15. Today MiG-31 and Su-35S fighters escorted the US Air Force B-1B Lancer strategic bomber over the Bering and Okhotsk seas.

  16. In response to China’s actions and deployment of S-400 in Ladakh, Indian Armed Forces units stationed on the line of de facto control have been put on high alert. From specialized winter clothing to rations and arctic tents to portable heaters, military planes and helicopters have been flying to Ladakh daily with their cargo holds filled with crucial supplies; more than 50,000 Indian military will stay there for the winter. Two days ago, India transferred heavy military equipment along the Srinagar highway towards Leh, Ladakh.

  17. Warning for India: Chinese Army and Air Force hold joint military drills near LAC. Despite ‘constructive talks’ between India and China at the SCO summit, it appears that tensions have not really eased down and Beijing continues to build pressure on India by conducting provocative military drills and bolstering communication.

  18. An explosion of technical data given by insiders of the Rocket Army: All of the Communist Army’s nuclear missile carriers are completely incapable of actual combat maneuverability. Restricted by Northern Power’s technical capabilities, the air-cooled engine of the missile vehicle has to be shut down for maintenance after a total of 20 hours of work, and the maintenance time is up to ten hours, simply by changing the oil. This is also the fundamental reason why the Hongqi 9 air defense missile was withdrawn after being on the South China Sea islands and reefs within two months. The high-salinity sea breeze strongly corroded the engine.

  19. Newly-released Pentagon maps reveal the limits of China’s growing military power. China’s military is a massive and modern force that is only getting stronger.

  20. Other than Kailash Mansarovar new missile sites have come up in Shigatse that borders Nepal, Bhutan and Indian state of Sikkim, and Nyingchi opposite Arunachal Pradesh (South Tibet). New sites are typical SAMs HongQi-9 (HQ-9) with 6 support radars for target acquisition and engagement. Images indicate that it’s surface-to-air missile site with HQ-9 SAM system under tarpaulin covers. Deployment pattern - 4 platforms for either 4 or 8 SAM transporter erector launchers (TELs) with 3 radar ramps. China has deployed additional anti-aircraft missile systems, likely HQ-9, in Tibet’s border areas with India. [It seems that the HQ-9 have been pulled back from South China Sea (aka within range of Taiwan). Now remember the Chinese tried to purchase the S400 missiles from Russia and the sale was denied. This was good news for American Special Forces / Navy and Taiwanese Military.]

  21. Pakistani HQ-9 and Indian S-400, Which is Better?India has signed a deal with Russia for five S-400 Triumf air defence system. Experts are describing it as a game changer in south-east Asian region. On the other side, HQ-9 has been on Pakistan’s wish list from 2010 onwards after it was showcased for the first time in 2009. At last China has exported it to Pakistan. FD-2000 is the export version of HQ-9. It is Pakistan’s longest and most capable Surface to Air defence system. While S-400 have a superior range of 400 km and comes equipped with next generation long-range radars and capabilities, HQ-9 will allow Pakistani Military target aircraft and helicopters flying inside Indian air space. The S-400 Triumf is an anti-aircraft weapon system developed in the 1990s by Russia’s Almaz Central Design Bureau as an upgrade of the S-300 family. It has been in service with the Russian Armed Forces since 2007. The Hong Qi 9 or HQ-9 is a Chinese air defense missile system. It is broadly equivalent to the Russian S-300. The HQ-9 can intercept various aircraft, helicopters, U A V, cruise missiles, air-to-ground missiles, guided bombs and theater ballistic missiles at medium- to long ranges. The HQ-9 surface-to-air missile system was developed much later than the Russian S-300 and incorporates advancements in the electronics. Comparison between S-400 and HQ-9. Maximum Range of damage of aerial targets. S-400, 400 km. HQ-9, 125 km. Range of destruction of ballistic missiles. S-400, 60 km. HQ-9, 25 km.

Target elimination height. S-400, Maximum 27 km, Minimum 0.01 km. HQ-9, maximum 27 km, minimum 0.06 km. Range of radar coverage. S-400, 600 km. HQ-9, 300 km. Deployment time. S-400, 5 minutes. HQ-9, 30 minutes. Maximum speed of targets for successful elimination. S-400, Mach 14. HQ-9, Mach 4.2. System reaction time. S-400, 10 seconds. HQ-9, 15 seconds. Guidance System. S-400, Active Radar Homing. HQ-9, Inertial guidance with mid-course update and terminal active radar homing. Launcher. S-400, eight launchers with 32 missiles. HQ-9, eight launchers with 32 missiles. Although HQ-9 has improved Pakistani air defense system, but it may still not be enough because of its range of only 125 km. India possesses many variant of anti radiation missiles. K h 31 p and K h 58 U anti radiation missile have 110 km and 250 km maximum range respectively which is a bit problematic for Pakistan. D R D O is also working on an Anti Radiation Missile with 125 km range and will be inducted in recent future. [For comparison. Now if/when we go to war with China, India will be our number one ally within the region. It’s good news that India and not Pakistan or China posses the S400.]

  1. China’s military accepts first S-400 missile air defense regiment from Russia. The People’s Liberation Army officially took ownership of the first Russian-made S-400 regiment last week. In another setback to China, Russia suspends deliveries of S-400 missiles. Russia’s suspension of S-400 missiles to China comes after Moscow had earlier accused Beijing of spying, despite the two countries enjoying considerably good relations over the years. Post-Russia’s announcement, China has reportedly said that Moscow was forced to make such a decision as it “is worried that the delivery of S-400 missiles at this time will affect the anti-pandemic actions of the PLA and does not want to cause trouble to China.” [The S-400 is one of the best Missile Defense Systems on the planet. To the point kids have been shut down over Russia with them. Russia has refused to sell to Iran for years. 2018/2019 sale was denied. Trump pushed Putin and he honored the suspension. If the sale ever goes through, Indian Special Forces need to take them out immediately after the fireworks start in the Western border. While American Special Forces need to neutralize them immediately from the Fujian Province? From the provinces that are the closest to Taiwan (Fujian Province).]

  2. Hayake: “Chinese military PLA ordered to send more than 160 surface-to-air missiles to Fujian province, located on the coast of the Taiwan Strait. Chinese military analysts have already threatened to invade Taiwan.”

  3. The Chinese and Belarusian militaries arrived at the Kapustin Yar training ground in the Astrakhan region to participate in the Caucasus-2020 military exercises. Also a second group of Chinese PLA servicemen arrived at a military airfield in the Astrakhan region today. Yesterday, at the Ashuluk range, military training firing was conducted from the S-400 anti-aircraft missile system at training air targets. The exercises began with embarrassment — an ATGM ‘Konkurs’ rocket during an exercise at one of the training grounds in Astrakhan region hit its own tank, flew into the side of T-90A tower. No info about the victims yet. [or some reason, the Ministry of Defense is silent about such ‘fantastic’ successes.]

  4. S-400 Triumph (SA-21 Growler) Air Defense Missile System. The S-400 Triumph, NATO designation SA-21 Growler, air defense missile system is an upgrade of the S-300 family. Deployment of this missile system has begun on a small scale in 2007. The HQ-22 air defense system can engage aircraft, helicopters, UAVs, ballistic and cruise missiles. The HQ-22 uses new missiles that have a range of up to 170 km and can reach targets at an altitude of up to 27 km. The HQ-22 is sometimes referred as indigenous equivalent of the Russian S-400. It is actually not, as the Russian S-400 is a more capable system, that can reach targets at a range of up to 400 km and at an altitude of up to 56 km. [Russian S-400 is vastly superior to the HQ-22. So Putin denying the sale to China is doing him a mercy for Taiwan and American forces as well as Indian forces. Either way, the war drums are beating on both fronts - Indian and Taiwanese - for China. I’m pretty happy that China is having problems with their HQ-9 and HQ-22.]

  5. This BLM co-founder and pro-Communist China group are partnering up. Here’s why. Communist China has put its vast propaganda apparatus to work in support of the mayhem that has wreaked havoc in American cities this year. Go to the website for the Black Futures Lab, a venture of Black Lives Matter founder Alicia Garza, and click on the “Donate” button. It will ask you to send your money to an obscure organization, the Chinese Progressive Association, explaining that “Black Futures Lab is a fiscally sponsored project of the Chinese Progressive Association.” According to an authoritative 2009 Stanford University paper tracing the CPAs early days to the present, and which can be found on Marxist org, “The CPA began as a Leftist, pro-People’s Republic of China organization, promoting awareness of mainland China’s revolutionary thought and workers’ rights, and dedicated to self-determination, community control, and ‘serving the people.’" [Fact. And it’s worse than you think. In the early days of the rioting we reported Chinese Nationals rioting with BLM the articles would stay up for several hours then be taken down. Rumor has it that Chinese Nationals were funding rioting. The evidence is even posted in here.]

  6. Yesterday, the Santa Monica police in Los Angeles arrested three Chinese-speaking Chinese students at the scene of the riot. According to the explanation of the Chinese students, they were led by the consulate officials and instructed them to take part in the march with black people on the street to instigate black people. Smashing and looting riots, carrying forward the spirit of patriotism, and making new contributions to the party and the country. [Operatives. These Operatives are held at Metropolitan Detention Center. I want you to all pay attention, that this video has been scrubbed from the Net, and it’s not on Google when you type in Chinese Operatives arrested. This was June 3. California is corrupt as fuck for Chinese money.]

  7. Backed by California Democrats, Chinese American scientists arrested on espionage charges demand answers. Three California House members and other members of the congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus are again pushing the Department of Justice for an independent investigation into the arrest. [Exhibit A. Whoever is running the riots in California is trying to get the Operatives out. Only at Azazel News, that is the value of Doom - its a repository of current events.]

  8. Cliff Mass: Inslee wrong on climate change and western fires 'by 180 degrees.’ Cliff Mass, UW professor of atmospheric sciences, says Inslee is wrong and that easterly winds that spread fires would decrease with climate change. ProPublica: “They know how to prevent megafires. Why won’t anybody listen? This is a story about frustration, about watching the West burn when you fully understand why it’s burning — and understand why it did not need to be this bad.”

  9. Lulu Bird: “Hao Zhang: Arrested in 2015 when flew to Los Angeles for a conference, accused of conspiring with a colleague from USC to steal and sell American secrets to the Chinese government and military through a shell company in the Cayman Islands.” FBI revealed that most of the initial fires of the west coast were spread along forest roads. A Chinese man who immigrated to the U.S. was searched because his GPS records of his car showed that he went to a wildfire area many times. [Years operating. Proof that BLM and Chinese Nationals are working together and this was scrubbed from the Internet. Chinese Nationals (Dark Army) operatives are in America. We are at war, and the FBI is hiding and covering up the insurgency in the states. Look what happened to the fire drone. Try to find it on Twitter. It’s banned too. Part of our stand ups are daily intel interpretation. We take current events and analyze them to see what threatens or improves our situation. Try to do them yourself. It helps to look the world with a narrow point of view. Keep asking yourself why are they censoring the truth. Tucker Carlson explained it best. The narrative is that if you want forest fires (climate change to stop), vote for Biden. If you want forest fires to continue, vote for POTUS. This is why there is massive censorship regarding the Chinese nationals and arsonists. So that is the narrative being pushed. The Blues (POTUS / Putin) are maneuvering against the Reds (globalists/ black hats). Best to stay off the board. Just prepare. Your loved ones and you are all caught in the middle.]

  10. UK Space Agency funds tech for orbital awareness. Grants will promote ideas to detect, characterize and track the millions of objects moving overhead.

  11. Is ‘do as I say, not as I do’ official UK government policy for AI as well as everything else? Hammering a tough nut - Brexit Britain’s attitude to Artificial Intelligence, in the wake of the National Data Strategy. The UK’s National Data Strategy was finally published last week. The National Data Strategy (NDS) is an ambitious, pro-growth strategy that drives the UK in building a world-leading data economy while ensuring public trust in data use. Just a few months earlier, a government spokeswoman admitted at a conference that Whitehall had set out to discover what the strategy was for after deciding that it needed one – aka “We’re going to do this.” Why? “No idea.” The strategy was announced by Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden from an Ocado fulfillment centre. This was yet another example of the bizarre mix of upmarket and crass that typifies the current administration. What says ‘transforming society for sustainable benefit’ better than an automated food warehouse near Bexley? It emerged in the wake of news that control over national data was reverting to the Cabinet Office, which will doubtless be free to continue awarding contracts as it sees fit. So what of the UK’s Artificial Intelligence strategy? Logically, this should follow from the data that feeds it, despite the Cabinet’s peerless work of late in undermining public confidence in algorithms. To its credit, however, the government has backed its AI vision with a Sector Deal, the promise of private/public funding of £1 billion, institutes named after computing and data science luminaries Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing, and the formation of the Office for AI, which sits across BEIS and DCMS.

  12. Note: Kim is not a threat. Kim wants to just play Starcraft 2, eat peanut butter cups, and eat Swiss cheese while wearing a Rodman Jersey and Jordans. He’s the same guy from Swiss boarding school. Kim’s just playing a role. Leave him be. He speaks perfect English. Behind closed doors. His sister is a fucking psychopath. She is the one you should be worried about. Kim is just a big kid. Leave him be. He did not want to be the leader. His brother trying to sneak into Disneyland derailed his life. Led to his older brother being dethroned. In the line of succession. His brother fucked up by trying to get into Tokyo Disneyland. Think of it like this. When Kim Jong Un went home from boarding school, it was his older brother Kim Jong Nam that would sit with him in the game room playing NBA jams on Sega Genesis. You really think he wanted to kill his older brother? The same one who would play NBA Jams and wear Chicago Bulls jerseys? Who do you think taught him about Jordan? The generals made him kill his older brother to show strength. He drank himself and went on a bender after the killed his older brother who he loved and cared about and taught him about Western culture. Watch The Interview again. The movie got it right. Even the margaritas. But it’s more Remy Martin Cognac Louis Xiii and less margaritas. He wanted peace. Now his sister and the sociopath generals are in charge. What’s the first thing he did? When he went to Singapore, he went for a walk. Because the last time he was in a free Western Society he was in middle school in Switzerland. The press and intelligence agencies have it all wrong. Being in a coma is not freedom. You have to understand Palace politics. He had the Summit in 2018. He wants to reform and open up dialogue with the West. The keys to power are getting more and more worried. They can’t overthrow him. So they approach another family member. Kim wants to shut down the Rocketry and Nuclear research. Just finished meeting with POTUS. But his family and generals won’t allow him to comply because the keys feel threatened. The concept of “Keys to Power” has been taught by the CIA to incoming officers and analysts for years, since the 1950s. Imagine what Kim is going through and dealing while attempting Nuclear Disarmament in North Korea and trying to keep/maintain happy keys to power.

  13. Fort Bliss shares details on soldier shot on post.

  14. John Pilger: The Stalinist trial of Julian Assange. Having reported on the long, epic ordeal of Julian Assange, John Pilger gave this address outside the Central Criminal Court in London on September 7 as the WikiLeaks editor’s extradition hearing entered its final stage. Craig Murray: “Things became not merely dramatic in the Assange courtroom today, but spiteful and nasty. There were two real issues, the evidence and the procedure.”

  15. Carbon-rich alien planets could be made of diamonds. Some far-off alien planets could be made of diamonds, scientists say in a new study. [Space race.]

  16. Tejas vs F-16: Why Lockheed Martin’s F-16 fighter jets are a big threat to India’s indigenous HAL Tejas? The US F-16 multirole fighter is one of the most successful and widely operated in the world with 3,000 operational combat aircraft in service in over 25 countries.

  17. U.S. Air Force to deploy approximately 150 F-35, F-22 fighter jets to the Arctic. The US is to soon begin deploying combat aircraft to the Arctic, according to US Senator Dan Sullivan.

  18. Air Force Research Laboratory’s NTS-3 satellite to launch on ULA’s Vulcan. The 1,250-kilogram NTS-3 satellite is being built by L3Harris under an $84 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory. [Disclosure.]

  19. New Air Combat Commander Kelly wants AI ASAP to sift data and speed targeting. “We absorb more data that we can process, that’s just a non-negotiable fact,” says Gen. Mark Kelly.

  20. Blue Canyon selects Orbion electric thrusters for DARPA’s Blackjack satellites. Orbion is a four-year-old startup in Houghton, Michigan, that specializes in Hall-effect plasma thrusters for small satellites.

  21. Note: All of the above has been reported in the open. It’s the writing on the wall. If people don’t want to see it and prepare for it, they deserve their doom. When the enemy is at the gates, then they will finally believe it but it will be too late.

  22. Google Fiber to offer 2 Gig internet for $100 a month starting this year. Rolling out in most of its cities starting next year. [Toys are getting out.]

  23. YouTube starts rolling out its TikTok competitor, YouTube Shorts. The long-awaited YouTube Shorts has started beta testing in India.

  24. Border stop nets $6.6 million in meth in avocado load. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers found 326 pounds of methamphetamine in a load of avocados entering the U.S. at Pharr, Texas. [Cartels taking advantage of divide and conquer.]

  25. In July, Nona Yehia, CEO and co-founder of Vertical Harvest, announced a second vertical farm in Westbrook, Maine. The second Vertical Harvest will be five times larger than the original Wyoming farm and will open in 2022. [See how this vertical farm provides for 40 restaurants? Same membership model is being implemented for families.]

  26. Air Education and Training Command aims to keep new airmen coming despite pandemic.

  27. Scientific American: “Scientific American has never endorsed a presidential candidate in our 175-year history—until now. The 2020 election is literally a matter of life and death. We urge you to vote for health, science and Joe Biden for President.” [The propaganda is getting a bit thick in here for the “Scientific American” to involve itself in an election. Very unusual stance. Science and military should always remain apolitical.

  28. Turkey prepares for the siege of the Greek islands
    The situation in the Eastern Mediterranean is getting closer to war.

  29. Levada Center opinion polls allege that as many as 75% Russians trust Putin, 69% trust the Russian army, and 57% trust the FSB. According to the poll, 4% of Russians do not trust Putin at all. [After Levada was included in the list of foreign agents, the results of their polls become more and more "loyal!” And less and less credible… Do they take us all for idiots?]

let’s get this show on the road

  1. A powerful explosion thundered on the Urengoy-Pomary-Uzhgorod gas pipeline near village of Chabany in the Kiev region. This pipeline supplies gas to the EU. Eyewitnesses compared the sound of explosion to sound of falling plane. Some time later, the hum could still be heard, as from turbines of an airplane or as a takeoff of a rocket. The gas pipeline operations were suspended, and residents evacuated. Earlier, on August 5, an IED was discovered and liquidated, laid at a gas pipeline near Severodonetsk in the Luhansk region. [It’s a lot like sabotage. Too many explosions on gas pipelines lately.]

  2. Following yesterday’s meeting between Putin and Lukashenko, Lukashenko sold the country for $1.5 billion - Putin allocated a new loan to Belarus for exactly that amount. Part of the loan will be used to pay off previous loans issued by Russia. Putin recognized Lukashenko as legitimate. Macron urged Putin not to interfere in events in Belarus. A group of foreign lawyers is preparing documents to bring Lukashenko to justice in international court of The Hague for illegal seizure of power. This was announced by Valery Tsepkalo. Before the flight to Sochi to Putin, Lukashenko frankly stated that he “had no time for laws”, since “shit must be stopped.” Belarusian opposition is going to ask the EU for 2.5 times more than Putin; singled out Lukashenko, to democratize the country. EU doesn’t recognize Lukashenko as a legitimate president, said the head of the EU foreign policy Josep Borrell. [Belarus was sold to Russia for one and a half billion dollars! Who will give more?]

  3. Putin promised that the Russian troops that arrived for the military exercises in Belarus, after the end of training exercises, will return to their bases in Russia. The reserve of employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Rosgvardia, which was formed by order of Putin to help Lukashenko keep power, also return to their permanent locations as soon as the situation "stabilizes.” [Thus, Putin confirmed that Russian troops were brought into Belarus.]

  4. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Russian oligarchs Abramovich, Usmanov and Shuvalov may be included in Navalny’s sanctions list. During a plenary session of the European Parliament on Tuesday, September 15, the EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, put forward the idea of naming a global human rights sanctions regime after Russian opposition figure Alexey Navalny. “I hope that what has happened to Mr Navalny will represent an encouragement for [EU] Member States to stop discussing and start acting and approving this human rights sanctions regime that, in the same way that the Americans call it the ‘Magnitsky Act,’ we could call it the ‘Navalny sanctions regime’,” Borrell said.

  5. Charite, official press release: “The condition of Alexei Navalny, who has been receiving treatment at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin since August 22, 2020, continues to improve. The patient has been successfully removed from mechanical ventilation. He is currently undergoing mobilization and is able to leave his bed for short periods of time.” September 16, translation of the Russian press: “The state of health of Alexei Navalny, who has been being treated at Charite - Universitätsmedizin Berlin since August 22, 2020, remains grave. Alexei Navalny is still being treated in intensive care and on mechanical ventilation. A longer course of the disease should be expected. Long-term consequences of severe poisoning are not ruled out,” the statement says." By the way, today the Charite clinic returned Prigozhin one million rubles, which he sent for Navalny’s treatment. This is stated in message of company Concord associated with Prigozhin. [Do these people have a conscience?! See how blatantly the Russian press is lying! That is why they never give links to the original source - so that no one knows what is actually written in foreign newspapers. This is the Kremlin’s interpretation of yesterday’s news that Navalny is feeling better.

Prigozhin wanted to pay a million rubles to get information about Navalny’s health! This means that Kremlin is very afraid.]

  1. A powerful landslide has descended on the largest coal deposit Kara-Keche in Kyrgyzstan. The rockfall, the total volume of which amounted to more than one million cubic meters of rock, blocked the bed of the Kara-Keche river, smashing power lines and blocking the road. The coal reserves in this field are estimated at 400 million tons, and the bulk of the coal in republic is mined here.

  2. The central market burned down in the city of Shahty of Rostov region on September 15. The fire raged on an area of almost 1000 square meters. All buyers and sellers were urgently evacuated.

58.,“Be courageous” to stand up to Russia, Turkey, EU executive says. European Union states must be quicker in their foreign policy to support pro-democracy protests in Belarus or to stand up to Russia and Turkey, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday. The EU’s chief executive chided European Union governments on Wednesday for an ineffective foreign policy and proposed U.S.-style sanctions on human rights abusers around the world. Once able to boast of a soft power that helped transform communist neighbours into market economies, the EU increasingly finds itself unable to agree common positions to influence international diplomacy on issues ranging from Venezuela to Mali. “Why are even simple statements on EU values delayed, watered down or held hostage for other motives?” European Commission President Ursula Von der Leyen said in her ‘State of the Union’ speech. Von der Leyen said her EU executive would come forward with a proposal to freeze assets of those deemed responsible for human rights abuses, similar to the Magnitsky Act of 2012 in the United States.

  1. The pipeline that feeds the Paraguana refinery has been flowing oil directly into the sea for almost a week. Oil has washed up to Venezuela’s west coast after a leak in a pipeline that takes crude to the country’s main refinery, national oil company PDVSA said on Saturday, September 12. However, this can be seen and from satellite images. The spill has spread over more than 13 kilometers (eight miles) according to parliament’s environmental commission. A similar environmental disaster related to an oil spill occurred off the coast of Mauritius, where a tanker from the Japanese company Nagashiki Shipping, sailing under the Panamanian flag to Brazil, ran aground and then split in half in mid-August. More than a million gallons of oil spilled into the ocean. The MV Wakashio hit the Pointe d’Esny coral reef on 25 July with 4,000 tons of fuel oil on board.

  2. The US Navy missile destroyer USS Roosevelt passed the Bosphorus and entered the Black Sea. The Strait of Dardanelles on a course to the Marmara and further to the Black Sea passed the hydrographic (reconnaissance) vessel HMS Enterprise of the Royal Navy of Great Britain.

  3. A massive fire has erupted in a building in Beirut, Lebanon. The cause of the fire is unknown yet.

  4. Two rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip towards Israel. The Iron Dome system was able to intercept one, another exploded in the city of Ashdod, where the largest port in country; 6 people were injured. Israel’s defense system, Iron Dome, intercepts rockets from a dam directed south of Israel - a rocket managed to pass and hit the ground directly - civilians injured.

  5. Officials: Iran weighs plot to kill U.S. ambassador to South Africa. The Islamic Republic is still looking to avenge the death of Qassem Soleimani, officials said. The Iranian government is weighing an assassination attempt against the American ambassador to South Africa, U.S. intelligence reports say, according to a U.S. government official familiar with the issue and another official who has seen the intelligence. News of the plot comes as Iran continues to seek ways to retaliate for President Donald Trump’s decision to kill a powerful Iranian general earlier this year, the officials said. If carried out, it could dramatically ratchet up already serious tensions between the U.S. and Iran and create enormous pressure on Trump to strike back — possibly in the middle of a tense election season. U.S. officials have been aware of a general threat against the ambassador, Lana Marks, since the spring, the officials said. But the intelligence about the threat to the ambassador has become more specific in recent weeks. The Iranian Embassy in Pretoria is involved in the plot, the U.S. government official said. Still, attacking Marks is one of several options U.S. officials believe Iran’s regime is considering for retaliation since the general, Qassem Soleimani, was assassinated by a U.S. drone strike in January. At the time, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. killed Soleimani to reestablish deterrence against Iran."

  6. Trump gave PM Netanyahu a “key to the White House,” and Netanyahu said, "Trump has the key to the hearts of the people of Israel.” President Trump says Saudi Arabia will join the movement to recognize the Abraham Accord. In a strong and symbolic moment, Jared Kushner offers a Sefer Torah to King Hamad ben Issa Al Khalifa for the Barheïn synagogue.

  7. Smokey haze from unprecedented West Coast fires sweeps over NYC skies. The smoke will travel between 15,000 and 20,000 feet overhead, meaning that ground-level air quality will not be impacted. Smoke has caused temperature forecasts to go crazy. Billowing clouds of smoke from wildfires roll across the Crowley Lake area in California. [Good news. A solution to global warming has been found - it’s a 20F drop in temperature caused by forest fire smoke clouds!]

  8. Explosions, fire, gun battle, 2 presumed dead in Hoquiam standoff. A husband and wife are believed to be dead after a standoff with police ended in a gun battle, explosions and a raging fire at a home near Hoquiam. [A cache of black powder and explosives found following shootout with police that resulted in TWO explosions. But just you know, absolutely no one in Washington is setting anything on fire or has any intention to do so.]

  9. James Fanson: “Today is D-Day for the Mount Wilson Observatory. Firefighters are making a stand against the Bobcat Fire. Godspeed.”

  10. Native American use of fire in ecosystems: “Prior to European colonization of the Americas, indigenous peoples used controlled burns to modify the landscape. These controlled fires were part of the environmental cycles and maintenance of wildlife habitats that sustained the people’s cultures and economies.” “These practices ended in the early 20th century when US fire policies were enacted with the goals of suppressing all fires. Since 1995, the US Forest Service has slowly incorporated burning practices into its forest management.” NPR: “To manage wildfire, California looks to what tribes have known all along.

On a cool February morning, around 60 people gathered in the Sierra Nevada foothills to take part in a ceremony that, for many decades, was banned. Men and women from Native American tribes in Northern California stood in a circle, alongside university students and locals from around the town of Mariposa. Several wore bright yellow shirts made of flame-resistant fabric. For the next two days, the group would be carefully lighting fires in the surrounding hills. Also sprinkled throughout the crowd were officials from the state government, which a century ago had largely prohibited California’s tribes from continuing their ancient practice of controlled burns. Fire has always been part of California’s landscape. But long before the vast blazes of recent years, Native American tribes held annual controlled burns that cleared out underbrush and encouraged new plant growth.
Now, with wildfires raging across Northern California, joining other record-breaking fires from recent years, government officials say tackling the fire problem will mean bringing back “good fire,” much like California’s tribes once did. “We don’t put fire on the ground and not know how it’s going to turn out,” Ron Goode, tribal chairman of the North Fork Mono, tells the group. “That’s what makes it cultural burning, because we cultivate.” [Hippies demand a complete end to controlled burns, claiming it’s bad for the environment. Globe warms, due to the dramatic reduction in burns. Lack of burns causes fuel to build up, dramatically increasing severity of eventual fire. Mega fire finally arrives. Hippies make insane claim that the sole cause of the forest fires is global warming from pollution. Side note: will be interesting to see how outlawing controlled burns affects Burning Man festivities.]

  1. UCAR Center for Science Education: “How volcanoes influence climate. Volcanic eruptions are responsible for releasing molten rock, or lava, from deep within the Earth, forming new rock on the Earth’s surface. But eruptions also impact the atmosphere.” [“Conspiracy theory”: The massive near-elimination of controlled forest burns, in the past few centuries, and especially in the past century, may be have been the primary driver of climate change all along. Primarily due to smoke clouds, but in other ways as well. Already long been proven that volcano smoke clouds cool global climate. Forest fire smoke, being far greater, could be expected to have an even more dramatic effect. Compounded with a GSM, we’re likely to witness conditions akin to 1816, the height of the Dalton minimum.]

  2. Heavy rain continues across the Florida Panhandle and into extreme Southwest Alabama. Wind continues to increase as Hurricane Sally slowly inches towards the coast. Winds are at 85mph, which is lower from yesterday. Water is quickly rising in Orange Beach, AL, from storm surge ahead of Hurricane Sally. Pensacola beach winds are high. Hurricane Sally causes flooding over the highway, while a building takes on water on the west side of Mobile Bay. Hurricane Sally, a plodding storm with winds of 85 mph (137 kph), crept toward the northern Gulf Coast early Tuesday as forecasters warned of potentially deadly storm surges and flash floods with up to 2 feet (.61 meters) of rain and the possibility of tornadoes. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said Monday morning that Sally “rapidly” strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane. The NHC warned of coastal flooding and “dangerous” storm surge. The warning came true.

  3. Lean manufacturing blamed for paper towel shortage. It’s not just consumer hoarding, according to the Wall Street Journal. Pre-coronavirus manufacturing efficiencies were beneficial until a pandemic spike in demand led to paper towel shortages. [Shortages of paper towels were everywhere, i.e., all the stores were completely out of them for a while. The media is finally admitting that it’s not hoarders. The hoarder theory was always bullshit.]

  4. Manhattan rental market sees another record plunge for August with 15,000 empty apartments.

Fall rebound also bleak with unprecedented landlord-offered incentives appearing to have no impact.

  1. Landlord Tech—in industry so-called property tech or proptech—is leading to new forms of housing injustice in ways that increase the power of landlords and further disempower tenants and those seeking shelter.

  2. New York City prepares for a second wave, with a chance to blunt the worst. A case at JPMorgan is the latest example of what will happen as workers and students come back.

  3. Lawn fertilizer or bomb ingredients? New York firefighters find potassium nitrate in Queens home. New York authorities were tipped off to the potential explosives after a fire broke out on the first floor of a two-story home, located in Astoria Park, Queens. [History repeats itself. 1970 accidental detonation of bomb in Greenwich Village, NYC. 60 year cycle coming to an end.]

  4. Citibank fined $30 million for holding onto foreclosures for too long. Citibank was fined $30 million by federal banking regulators after an investigation found that the bank was not selling foreclosed homes back into the market fast enough.

  5. Bill Gates Sr., civic leader and father of Microsoft co-founder, dies at 94. William Gates Sr., the father of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and a towering figure in civic life as well as local and global philanthropy, has died at 94, the family said Tuesday. He died Monday at his beach home.

  6. Pulled from an image: “Why do Chinese people live so hard? In 2017, China’s GDP was 80 trillion yuan, 1.4 billion people, and an average of 57,100 per person per year; but the actual distribution is: 900 million wealth-creating farmers: The average annual income is 9,600 yuan, and the monthly income is 800 yuan, totaling 8.64 trillion yuan. There are a large number of insecure elderly and children. An average of 47,500 people are taken away each year, and a total of 42.75 trillion yuan is taken away; 300 million wealth-creating workers: An average annual income of 24,000 yuan, a monthly income of 2,000 yuan, a total of 7.2 trillion yuan, children are not protected, some elderly people are not protected, an average of 33,100 people are taken away each year, and a total of 9.93 trillion is taken away yuan; 150 million police and soldiers: average annual income of 120,000 yuan, monthly income of 10,000 yuan, a total of 18 trillion yuan, an average of 62,900 yuan per person per year, a total of 9.43 trillion yuan;
    40 million cadres: The average annual income is 840,000 yuan, and the monthly income is 70,000 yuan, totaling 33.6 trillion yuan. The average annual income per person is 792,900 yuan, and the total income is 3.31 trillion yuan; 500 powerful: average annual income of 25.12 billion yuan, monthly income of 2.1 billion yuan, a total of 12.56 trillion yuan, an average of 25.1 billion yuan per person each year, and a total of 12.55997 trillion yuan; It can be seen from the above that the workers and peasants who create wealth are the exploited group. Among them, the peasants are the most exploited. As long as 100 yuan is taken from each worker and peasant, the powerful can obtain astronomical wealth, and the interests of the powerful are also protected. To double the income, this is to control 1.4 billion to obtain wealth, so I want to "liberate all mankind.”


DOD states that Russia and China have weaponized their satellites with directed energy weapons

Mark Esper
United States Secretary of Defense

6 type of Orbital Threats exist

High-Power Microwaves

Radiofrequency Jammers


Chemical Sprayers

Kinetic Kill Vehicles

Robot Mechanisms

Key Space Concepts

Within the threats exist 2 Key Counterspace concepts

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Now that you know the mass media has been putting forward a false narrative and lying to you for decades, we will need to catch you up on over 80 years of hidden history.

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Wizard of the Day - Lloyd Berkner - #WIZARDOFTHEDAY (MAJI-12)

Lloyd Viel Berkner was an American physicist and engineer. He was one of the inventors of the measuring device that since has become standard at ionospheric stations because it measures the height and electron density of the ionosphere. The data obtained in the worldwide net of such instruments were important for the developing theory of short wave radio propagation to which Berkner himself gave important contributions.

Later he investigated the development of the Earth’s atmosphere. Since he needed data from the whole world, he proposed the International Geophysical Year in 1950. At that time, the IGY was the largest cooperative study of the Earth ever undertaken.

Berkner was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1956. The IGY was carried out by the International Council of Scientific Unions while he was president in 1957–59. He was also a member of the President’s Scientific Advisory Committee in 1958 while he was president of Associated Universities Inc.

In 1963, Berkner, with L.C. Marshall, advanced a theory to describe the way in which the atmospheres of the solar system’s inner planets had evolved.

Beginning in 1926, as a naval officer, Berkner assisted in the development of radar and navigation systems, naval aircraft electronics engineering, and studies that led to the construction of the Distant Early Warning system, a chain of radar stations designed to give the United States advance warning in the event of a missile attack across the North Pole.

Berkner worked with Dallas community leaders to establish the Graduate Research Center of the Southwest (later renamed the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies, which would eventually become The University of Texas at Dallas).

He wrote more than 100 papers and several books, including Rockets and Satellites (1958), Science in Space (1961), and The Scientific Age (1964).

In 1961, Berkner was president of the Institute of Radio Engineers.

Lloyd V. Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas was named after him in 1969, as was Lloyd V. Berkner Hall at the University of Texas at Dallas. The lunar crater Berkner was named in his honor. Berkner Island in Antarctica was also named for Berkner because of his work as a radio operator on the first Byrd expedition to Antarctica in 1928.

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Tucker Carlson Tonight: Chinese Whistleblower. “This virus was made in a lab & I can prove it.”
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Massive damage in Orange Beach, AL after #Hurricane Sally!

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USAF to Reactivate 495th Fighter Squadron as F-35 Unit

The United States has suddenly called a tariff truce with Canada, lifting its 10 percent aluminum levy Tuesday just hours before Ottawa was to unleash a suite of countermeasures.

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