[Breitbart] Surveillance video from Thursday shows retired Oakland police captain Ersie Joyner shooting and killing one of three alleged robbers in an exchange of gunfire that left Joyner wounded as well.
CBS San Francisco reports that three alleged robbers rushed Joyner while he was pumping gas. One appeared to take his cell phone while other suspects were allegedly "digging in Joyner’s pockets."
The suspects also appeared to steal jewelry then open Joyner’s car door and allegedly take a backpack. During this process, Joyner was able to step back from the suspects, draw a gun and open fire.
Joyner was shot six times during the shootout. He underwent surgery and is now recovering from his wounds.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
10/23/2021 3:04 Comments ||
I suspect Gates and Clinton were facilitators and participated in frequent product sampling. Clinton possibly more frequently than Gates. (Hey GI, you have 24 hour pass? Let me show you good time.)
Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell created a multi-site honey pot scheme for the blackmail and recruitment of foreign high value targets (HVT) such as Prince Andrew. A sort of reverse 'rendition' as it were. Some assembly and backstopping required.
a. Unexplained Epstein wealth
b. Failure of DoJ or the authorities to effectively investigate and prosecute Epstein.
c. Lack of Law Enforcement interest or questioning of Clinton.
d. Epstein's Mysterious demise.
e. Unexplained repatriation of Maxwell.
f. Long-term detention (sans trial) of Maxwell.
g. Lack of Zorro Ranch or Little St. James Island attendee roster.
h. Private airstrips are not entirely private.
i. Clandestine taping of compromised guests does not require massive IS capabilities. On-site monitoring, analysis, storage, and secure retransmission is a bit more involved.
Looks poorly maintained for private jet landings. Doesn't mean guests couldn't have landed at ABQ and been ferried in.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
10/23/2021 7:01 Comments ||
I love flying into ABQ because it means going to Santa Fe, Las Cruces and Taos. One day I was flying out of there and the pilot came on to say "We're forth in line for take-off, but I think we will be leaving soon." Out the window I could see 3 NM ANG F-16s ahead of us making a hot getaway.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
10/23/2021 7:16 Comments ||
/\ Yes, quite likely ferried from ABQ to Zorro via helo or limo. Airstrip likely had duel use purpose; admin and support personnel as well as logistics deliveries. A lower automotive footprint on-site probably desired.
[INEWS] British teenagers are using TikTok to learn and share tips for faking positive Covid-19 tests as hundreds of thousands of pupils in “bubbles” are already being forced to miss school.
Clips of young people applying various liquids to lateral flow tests have racked up millions of views on the popular video app, with many users offering suggestions.
Videos uploaded under the search term #fakecovidtest have been viewed more than 6.5 million times, with the dedicated account @.fakecovidtests gaining more than 20,000 followers.
Apple sauce, Coca Cola, vinegar, hand sanitiser and kiwi fruit are among the suggestions users are encouraging others to apply to the tests in the hope of testing positive for Covid-19 and being made to stay away from school.
However, many users pointed out that pupils’ positive lateral flow tests are required to be followed by a PCR test.
Independent fact checking organisation Full Fact has previously explained that fizzy drinks and acidic fruits can appear to break the test into displaying what looks like a positive result, clarifying that rapid tests very rarely return false positive results when used on humans as intended.
Article is dated July 1, but it had been going on much earlier than that.
2 weeks encouraged truancy, miss that test or those tests, and get an exemption on your final grade, so to play video games not have to do the mask dance? Yeah, totally wouldn't have appealed at all to teenage me. Swears.
Direct Translation via Google Translate. Edited.
[REGNUM] In Russia, the regulatory framework for digital platforms wishing to take over the functions of the state has already been prepared, said State Duma Deputy Anton Gorelkin (United Russia), commenting on the speech of Russian President Vladimir Putin .
"The President is right: attempts by digital platforms to take over the functions of the state, to influence political life in different countries will be severely suppressed. Each state will find its own way to put global Internet companies in their place, to force them to conduct a civilized dialogue - and not to dictate conditions. In Russia, the necessary regulatory framework has already been prepared and can be used at any time," Gorelkin said in the Telegram channel.
The parliamentarian still hopes that there will be no reason to turn on these mechanisms at full capacity.
"Compulsion to dialogue is not Russian know-how, and Vladimir Vladimirovich (Putin) also spoke about this yesterday. I do not think that digital giants will organize their activities in our country in any special way, and I hope that the joint efforts of states will lead to a radical rethinking of their role in this world by bigtech, ”he said.
Russia is a troubled society that nonetheless continues to move upward.
We were a largely peaceful and prosperous society that is now swiftly declining in nearly every aspect of governance and social cohesion.
Russian longevity and fertility are increasing. Ours are declining. The Russian military is getting stronger and Russia's influence in the world is steadily increasing. Our military is increasingly hollowed out by political virtue signaling and careerism, and our influence in Asia and Europe is now waning.
We're going down. They're going up.
Perhaps we and Russia will meet in the middle at some point.
They do more with less. A good example for anyone.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
10/23/2021 8:39 Comments ||
At some point the flow of talented scientists, expert mathematicians and engineers from places like Russia to the US will dry up.
Why take a $300k a year job in Silicon Valley if more than half is commandeered by an incompetent and corrupt political elite that funds illegals, tells your kids they're racist deplorables, subjects them to Tranny story hour and Heather Has 17 Genders, unleashes dudes-in-a-dress invading and committing rapes in the little girls' bathroom -- and then denies them admission to top universities ten years later in favor of Wakandan and other favored race-spawn whose math and writing skills are below those of a Russian 12 year-old?
We got lucky. Our tech and economic prowess was built with the help of brilliant Jewish and other immigrants fleeing their homelands' devastation in the last century.
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[ColonelCassad] As a result of a fire and a subsequent explosion in the gunpowder shop of the Elastic plant in Lesnoy (Ryazan region), 16 workers of the enterprise were killed. At the time of the explosion, there were 17 people in the shop, only one survived (80% of body burns).
The enterprise produces missiles for MLRS, various types of aviation weapons, as well as gas generators for submarines.
It is reported that the preliminary causes of the incident were the violation of technological processes and safety measures. Military investigators have already begun work to clarify all the circumstances of the incident.
The fire on the territory of the exploded shop has already been extinguished.
According to TASS:
The death toll in a gunpowder plant blast and fire in the Ryazan Region in central Russia has risen to 16 people and the bodies of 12 of them have been found, a source in emergencies services told TASS on Friday:https://t.co/mymctJr8fhpic.twitter.com/2lCki7Suej
Just read this article... it’s wrong... Iron Dome is developed for SHORAD against C-RAM, rockets (from 107mm Type-63’s to 333mm Fajr-5’s- so covering Grad, Uragan, Smerch, KN09, KN15 etc.) artillery shells and mortars. Not just mortars.... https://t.co/nFJa1Wd2jepic.twitter.com/oRXIlX2pH9
[FoxNews] The nation’s dairy farmers are feeling the squeeze of the pandemic, as supply chain issues are raising the cost of producing and packaging milk. Basic resources are getting expensive for dairy farmers. For some smaller farms, it’s making it hard to pay the bills.
"At the end of writing all the checks and seeing what I had to pay, I had $3 left for the week," said Carolyn Adkins, owner of Tucker Adkins Dairy in York, South Carolina.
The farm produces about 30 gallons of raw milk per day, and some of the business’s nearly 70 cows are milked every morning. But during the pandemic, buying feed for the cows hasn't been cheap.
"On average it cost us around $250 a ton, now it’s close to $350 a ton," Adkins said.
"If you are a dairy farmer anywhere in the country you are seeing increases in everything you need to produce milk," said Alan Bjerga, a spokesman for the National Milk Producers Federation.
So if the cost of business is rising for farmers, why can’t milk prices just be raised to compensate? Bjerga says it's not that simple.
"Dairy is a perishable product, it can’t just sit there forever before it’s consumed. So there’s always that pressure to get the product out," he said.
Bjerga says the cost of milk has gone up about 1% over the past year, but consumer inflation has risen 5%.
The economy is delicate. Little changes (what Trump was limited to accomplishing) can do much good. OTOH, it seems Bidet has the reverse Midas touch, he can turn anything to sh*t. Part of the whole "Who's really running things?" nature of the Bidet misministration is that the people actually implementing all the bad policy are anonymous, so they won't pay a price down the road.
Posted by: M. Murcek ||
10/23/2021 8:49 Comments ||
It's not just Biden. He's just a foolish figurehead who is finally realising his lifelong dream of being POTUS - whatever the cost.
The actual source of the 'supply chain' problems is that no one operating a business on their own dime is going to risk anything while these twits are in the change all the rules mode. Operators will quietly limp along and try not to draw any attention.
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10/23/2021 10:53 Comments ||
[DW] Prosecutors confirmed reports that police found radioactive material and intelligence documents on North Korea ...hereditary Communist monarchy distinguished by its truculence and periodic acts of violence. Distinguishing features include Songun (Army First) policy, which involves feeding the army before anyone but the Dear Leadership, and Juche, which is Kim Jong Il's personal interpretation of Marxism-Leninism, which he told everybody was brilliant. In 1950 the industrialized North invaded agrarian South Korea. Twenty-one countries of the United Nations eventually contributed to the UN force opposing the invasion, with the United States providing around 90% of the military personnel. Seventy years later the economic results are in and it doesn't look good for Juche... in a German officer's possession. Police searched his home after he tried to mail silencers to the US.
Because it’s North Korea, I assume this is not a War on Terror story.
The Frankfurt Public Prosecutor's Office confirmed on Friday that it is investigating a captain in Germany's Bundeswehr army for violating the military weapons control act as well as for the "unauthorized handling of radioactive material."
The confirmation came after the publication on Friday of a report in the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel that was sourced from Defense Ministry documents.
SEARCH WARRANT ISSUED AFTER PACKAGE INTERCEPTED AT FRANKFURT AIRPORT
A Bundeswehr munitions analyst specialized in improvised bombs (IEDs), the 32-year-old came to authorities' attention when customs agents at Frankfurt International Airport discovered a package of sound suppressors, or silencers, that the man had attempted to mail to an individual in the US — where it is illegal to possess silencers not properly registered as required by the National Firearms Act.
That find prompted police to obtain a search warrant for the man's residence. He was arrested during an October 12 raid in Aldenhoven, a town of some 14,000 in the western state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The man remains in police custody.
During the raid, police found a cache of illegal weapons including AK-47 assault rifles, anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons, as well as grenades.
Authorities confirmed that they also secured an "unspecified quantity" of Strontium-90, a radioactive isotope found that is used in both medical and industrial applications as well as in nuclear weapons.
Germany's Defense Ministry said the weapons do not belong to the Bundeswehr. The Spiegel report cited sources saying the weapons likely came from former Soviet bloc depots.
Further, the discovery of BND foreign intelligence agency documents on North Korea has prompted the Bundeswehr's Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) to join the investigation.
[India] Coronavirus Update: Every other day we hear some surprising discovery about the COVID-19 causing virus and its impacts. Researchers all around the globe are trying to find a way to contain the deadly virus. In a bid to do so, scientists at the Institute of Molecular Virology, Ulm University Medical Center, Technische Universität Dresden, and CogniVerde GmbH conducted an interesting study. They tried to find out if certain food items can kill SARS-CoV-2.
Luckily, the study results came positive. The study team found that pomegranate juice, green tea, and chokeberry are capable of killing COVID-19 causing virus. During the study, researchers put the virus in and elderberry juice and the above-mentioned herbal beverages and incubated them at room temperature.
Soon after that, the scientists found that chokeberry juice inactivated around 97 per cent of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in just 5 minutes. On the other hand, pomegranate juice, and green tea killed approximately 80 per cent of the novel coronavirus. Notably, elderberry juice did not show any positive result on the deadly pathogen.
Researchers conducted the same test with the swine flu virus and the findings revealed that all 4 herbal drinks can inactivate over 99 per cent of the swine flu virus in hardly 5 minutes.
This novel study is quite helpful for all of us when it comes to preventing the fatal infection. All you can do is to gargle or rinse your mouth with green tea daily or consume it along with other juices mentioned above. Take enough precautions and keep yourself safe. Considering India's Control of the ChiCom virus I'm not going to poo poo this. Researching other options is what happens when Big Pharma doesn't own all of your government.
Most any liquid that's astringent (i.e. moderately acidic) will kill viruses, but that doesn't lead to any practical application.
Or should we soak our face diapers in vinegar (acetic acid) and breathe through them, ignoring damage to your airway tissues? Asking for a really stupid friend.
Posted by: ed in texas ||
10/23/2021 10:37 Comments ||
Is one also supposed to spray chokeberry juice up your nose, and inhale it as a mist? Or does it suffice to rub it on your left big toe while chanting?
The #UN says it fears an even greater human rights catastrophe in #Myanmar amid reports of thousands of troops massing in the north of the Southeast Asian country, which has been in chaos since a February coup.https://t.co/TMHYWY4JXa
[IsraelTimes] Mustafa Prize winner Cumrun Vafa of Harvard says ’there is no border for science and technology and they belong to all human beings’
Iran ...a theocratic Shiite state divided among the Medes, the Persians, and the (Arab) Elamites. Formerly a fairly civilized nation ruled by a Shah, it became a victim of Islamic revolution in 1979. The nation is today noted for spontaneously taking over other countries' embassies, maintaining whorehouses run by clergymen, involvement in international drug trafficking, and financing sock puppet militias to extend the regime's influence. The word Iran is a cognate form of Aryan. The abbreviation IRGC is the same idea as Stürmabteilung (or SA). The term Supreme Guide is a the modern version form of either Duce or Führer or maybe both. They hate JewsZionists Jews. Their economy is based on the production of oil and vitriol... on Thursday awarded a prestigious prize in the study of science and technology to two physicists based in the United States.
Harvard University physics professor Cumrun Vafa received The Mustafa Prize in the field of "All Areas of Science and Technology." Vafa is an Iranian-American.
The award, he said, reminds him "that there is no border for science and technology and they belong to all human beings."
He donated his award to an Iranian science foundation.
A quantum professor at Princeton University, Bangladesh-born M. Zahid Hasan, received the prize, too.
Three other scientists, Leb ...In 2020 Hezbollahblew up a considerable portion of Beirut and many of its inhabitants when its ammonium nitrate facility exploded. They blamed it on... somebody else. It wasn't them though. Trust them on that. And it ain't never coming to trial... ’s Mohammed H. Sayegh, Pakistain’s Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary and Morocco’s Yahya Tayalati also won awards.
Each of the five won $500,000. They were selected from more than 500 entrants.
It was the fourth award ceremony for the biennial prize since 2015. Iran launched the prize as part of its goal to become a regional scientific powerhouse.
The award comes against the backdrop of US sanctions on Tehran and Iran’s unraveling nuclear deal with world powers.
A multi-volume chronology and reference guide set detailing three years of the Mexican Drug War between 2010 and 2012.
Rantburg.com and borderlandbeat.com correspondent and author Chris Covert presents his first non-fiction work detailing
the drug and gang related violence in Mexico.
Chris gives us Mexican press dispatches of drug and gang war violence
over three years, presented in a multi volume set intended to chronicle the death, violence and mayhem which has
dominated Mexico for six years.