- [Always “rules for thee but not for me”] “From a certain social sphere up, the vaccines administered were fake vaccines.” This was stated by the psychiatrist and criminologist Alessandro Meluzzi, a well-known TV commentator, on the channel “100 days as Lion”, implying that doses of physiological solutions were injected in place of the serums on the market inoculated to millions of people. The professional also swore that the physiological solution “was proposed to me too”, but then refused to be able to “fight” with his head held high and not locked up like a “rat”.
- Has anyone noticed the unusual amount of celebrities selling their home, yachts, and jets lately? wonder why… Maybe deep states assets are being seized by white hats and Hollyweird celebs are desperately trying to liquidate.
Celebrity homes for sale:
Kat Von D
The Hemsworth brothers
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
Cindy Crawford and Rand Gerber
- The UK’s drug regulator has ordered a small-scale recall of a popular diabetes drug after a checkup of pharmacies’ stockpiles found some of the medicine was contaminated with a toxic substance that is associated with cancer. The batch, which includes 10,452 units, had an elevated level of a substance called N-Nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA. It is also toxic and has been used as a weapon by some chemistry-savvy criminals, in some cases with fatal consequences for victims.
- Governments and watchdogs around the world continue to issue warnings about the growth, size, and rate of adoption of cryptocurrencies. This comes as bitcoin’s total value exceeds $900 billion.
- A class of exoplanets possessing a global ocean and atmospheres rich in hydrogen could potentially offer a fertile environment for hosting alien life, claims a new study by scientists from Cambridge University’s Institute of Astronomy. While up until now researchers have tended to focus on planets similar in size, mass, temperature and atmospheric composition to Earth, the study, published in The Astrophysical Journal, suggests the so-called “Hycean worlds” might be a potentially promising candidate.
- Ex-NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who officially left office this week in the wake of a state AG report earlier this month alleging he sexually harassed 11 women, last year signed a $5.1 million deal for his memoir, which includes $2 million in payouts this year and next, according to a financial disclosure form filed in May. Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo could be forced to return royalties gained from his lucrative book deal if he is determined to have violated New York law, reported the New York Post. Cuomo’s memoir is currently the subject of an ongoing probe.
- Japan will dispatch a third relief team to Mauritius on Wednesday to help the island nation’s response to an oil leak from a Japanese freighter that ran aground in July. “The Environment Ministry will give full support in responding to a situation that has led to a crisis for biodiversity,” it said in a statement. The first relief team, consisting of officials from the Foreign Ministry, the Japan Coast Guard and JICA, was dispatched from Aug. 10 to Aug. 23 to engage in oil removal activities. The second team, sent Aug. 19, is currently engaging in environmental assistance, the Foreign Ministry said.
- American web services provider Yahoo has ceased its news services in India starting Thursday over India’s amended regulatory laws, that stipulate limiting foreign ownership of media companies and a cap on Foreign Direct Investments (FDI). The new rules direct online platforms to remove any content flagged by authorities within 36 hours and observe norms of journalistic conduct of the Press Council of India.
- Afghan MP Rangina Kargar has accused Indian authorities of refusing her entry into the country and deporting her back when she flew into Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on 20 August, The Indian Express daily reported. The 36-year-old Afghan MP holds a diplomatic/official passport, which allowed her to travel to India without a visa, as per a reciprocal travel agreement signed between Delhi and Kabul. “I was treated like a criminal,” she was quoted as saying by the Indian daily.
- Police have arrested a street food vendor in northeast India’s Guwahati city for urinating in a bucket of spice-infused water – a key ingredient in the preparation of popular Indian street snack pani puri. A local filmed the vendor taking a leak in a mug hidden under his apron and then dipping the same mug into the container of spice water.
- BBC presenter Lisa Shaw (44) died due to complications from the AstraZeneca Covid19 vaccine just over three weeks after the first dose, a coroner concluded today.
News Burst 27 August 2021