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U.S. Forces Transfer New Batch of Daesh Terrorists to Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr

The US military has airlifted members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group from Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah to bases illegally occupied by its forces in Dayr al-Zawr province, say local reports. 

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Syria Airstrikes a Grave Violation of International Law, Expert Says

The United States military Thursday (Feb. 25) carried out airstrikes targeting Iranian-backed militias in Syria in retaliation for rocket attacks on U.S. targets in Iraq — the first military action undertaken by the Biden administration.

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Zero Carbon – Zero Covid: Twin Phantoms of “Planetary Genocide”?

Within the control system’s Davos engineered programme called Agenda 2030/The Great Reset, are some striking cohabitating toxic agendas. The one I wish to highlight in this article is the Zero Carbon ‘stop climate change’ goal – and the Zero Covid ‘stop the world pandemic’ goal.

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Prisons Prime Testing Ground for Dehumanizing Hi-Tech “Advances”

A new form of exploitation, known as “stakeholder capitalism,” is already being tested in many places around the world and prisons are among the main targets for its implementation, as they provide an ideal and literally captive market for its proof of concept. 

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How the U.S. Turned Ukraine into A Biological Testing Ground

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit Ukraine’s health care system very hard. Problems in medical and biological safety field escalated significantly. The consequences of the reform initiated earlier by Ulana Suprun were particularly negative.

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‘All the Warfare of the Future’: Drones, New Technology and the Integrated Review

At the beginning of March, the government will publish its long-awaited Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy, known (thankfully) as ‘The Integrated Review’.  It’s purpose is to “define the Government’s ambition for the UK’s role in the world and the long-term strategic aims for our national security and foreign policy.”

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ICC Investigating occupied Palestine, enrages Israel, Germany, Hungary, U.S.

The International Criminal Court has announced that it has jurisdiction in the Palestinian territories illegally occupied by Israel since 1967. This decision will allow the ICC to investigate potential war crimes carried out by Israel for the first time.

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‘A Humanitarian Crisis’ in Texas: Cold & Snow Put Millions in Danger, 38 Dead

Texas’s freeze entered a sixth day on Thursday. At least 31 people have died as of Wednesday afternoon as a result of the severe weather in Texas. But some media reports said, days of glacial weather have left at least 38 people dead in the U.S.

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Victoria Nuland had a Hand in Every US Intervention in the Past 30 Years

As the Senate prepares to confirm Nuland for Under Secretary for Political Affairs, a reflection of her last 30 years in government shows how she was connected to nearly every foreign policy disaster undertaken by the United States.

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Rejecting Lockdowns & Masks: A Revolutionary Movement Developing in Europe?

US media provides little news of Europe.  What is provided is strictly “narrated.”  Consequently, Americans are unaware of what seems to be a spontaneous, leaderless, popular uprising against mandated lockdowns and masks.

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Vulture Funds Plan to Use the Pandemic to Pillage the Global Economy

There’s a new app with a tagline that promises that you, too, can ‘profit like a landlord from just £1 with no effort’. Proptee, set to launch this year (subject to approval from the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority) allows anyone with, say, five grand to buy shares in a buy-to-let flat in London worth half a million.

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Bill Gates & His ‘War on Cash’ Suffer Partial Defeat at the European Court

A consortium of powerful interests that include Visa and Mastercard, the International Monetary Fund, billionaire Bill Gates and the US Treasury have been slowly lobbying for cash to be abolished worldwide and replaced with digital only currencies.

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Uncrewed Chinese spacecraft successfully enters Mars orbit

The robotic probe carried out a 15-minute burn of its thrusters at 7:52 p.m. Beijing time (1152 GMT), the China National Space Administration said in a statement, slowing the spacecraft to a speed at which it could be captured by the pull of Mars’ gravity.

In May or June, the Tianwen-1 will attempt to land a capsule carrying a 240-kg rover in a rapid seven-minute descent onto a massive plain in the northern hemisphere of Mars known as Utopia Planitia.

If the landing is successful, the solar-powered rover will explore the Martian surface for 90 days, studying its soil and seeking signs of ancient life, including any sub-surface water and ice using a ground-penetrating radar.

Tianwen-1, or “Questions to Heaven”, the name of a Chinese poem written two millennia ago, is China’s first independent mission to the planet after a probe co-launched with Russia failed to leave the Earth’s orbit in 2011.

The probe is one of three reaching Mars this month. The Hope spacecraft launched by the United Arab Emirates successfully entered the planet’s orbit on Tuesday. Hope will not make a landing but will orbit Mars gathering data on its weather and atmosphere.

Tianwen-1 will also have an orbiter component surveying the Martian atmosphere with a range of instruments including a high-resolution image camera.

The two probes join six other orbiting spacecraft above Mars launched by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the European Space Agency (ESA) and India.

In the United States’ most ambitious Mars mission, the 1-tonne Perseverance probe is expected to arrive on Feb. 18. It will immediately attempt a landing in a rocky depression with precipitous cliffs called Jezero Crater.

On the surface, Perseverance will gather rock samples for retrieval by a future mission. Two other NASA rovers – Curiosity and InSight – are currently operating on the planet’s surface.

Perseverance will also attempt to deploy a small helicopter named Ingenuity in the thin Martian atmosphere.

(Source: Reuters) 

We could be entering a new phase of interfacing with our populated neighboring planets, starting with Mars, where some of the Earthlings may have come from.

As always, our problems continue to be coming from the Vatican and its band of fanatics, whose sole objective in life is exceptionalism and exclusivity of all the good things that space technologies may offer.

Proactive vigilance must continue.

Migrant Workers in the UAE Considered Less than Cockroaches

Sky scrapers and super cars festoon the UAE. These gleaming cars and superbly crafted structures have become symbolic of the inherent affluence and modernity which Abu Dhabi is most proud of. Beyond the confines of these glitzy structures and sublime automobiles the reality is completely different.

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