A complete genocide of commercial minks in Denmark over fear of a coronavirus appears to be having a negative effect on several groundwater reservoirs due to sloppy mass burial practices. The slaughter allegedly culled the entire Danish Mink population though approximately 4500 tons of dead mink representing a million an a half minks, roughly one tenth of the total population culled, is unaccounted for. Exploratory drilling suggests fluids from rotting minks have already made contact with groundwater reservoirs.
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Texas is suing Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin for their unconstitutional mismanagement of this year's Federal election which diluted the votes of Texans. Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia joined an Amicus filing in Texas's suit lead by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt. As the parties to this suit are constituent states of the US, the only venue for the suit to be heard is the US Supreme Court.
Denmark's "Climate Minister" Dan Jørgensen announced that his country would be shuttering its oil and gas industry by 2050. The follows alleged "center-right" opposition from the Liberal Party conceding to end the current round of licensing for exploratory petroleum operations. Revenues extorted from petroleum producers are a major source of funding for Denmark's welfare state, a welfare state feeding an increasing number of dependent migrants.
Regime backed forces in New York captured bar owner and leader of the Mac’s Public House autonomous zone Danny Presti over his refusal to surrender to totalitarian measures backed by a carefully cultivated popular hysteria. The man attracted the regime's wrath for serving food and beverages on inside his premises.
The radio telescope at Arecibo observatory in Puerto Rico has collapsed with its 820 ton instrument platform crashing after the steel cables supporting it failed. The telescope had been closed since August due to the failure of an auxiliary support cable. Just a few months later the situation degraded such that the remaining cables were insufficient to maintain the instrument platform above the dish. Construction on massive instrument began in 1960 and the telescope saw first light November 1963.
John Hopkins Retracts Article Highlighting Lack Of Annual Mortality Increase Despite "Coronovirus Disease" PanicSaturday, November 28th, 2020
John Hopkins pulled an article published on November 22nd demonstrating that no increase in total mortality occurred in the United States despite substantial hype made over a "coronavirus disease" pandemic. The retraction was made over concerns that the conclusions presented were being used to oppose totalitarian "public health" policies. Archives of the paper have been captured (archived, archived) and the text of the paper is reproduced below with Interesting snippets bolded: (more...)
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh died of injuries sustained in an attack that occurred in Absard outside of Tehran earlier today. Multiple assailants and at least one explosion were involved. Per Iran's Ministry of Defense, Fakhrizadeh was martyred in a "terrorist assault" and had been serving as head of their Organization of Defensive Innovation and Research. Retaliation by Iran against terrorist targets is probable and has been suggested by Iranian officials. In January of this year after the assassination of Iranian Quds force commander Qassem Soleimani, Iran demonstrated the capability of striking US targets with precision and left the US without viable avenues for any response other than acquiescence to the US's own impotence in the region.
Today former football star Diego Maradona died at the age of 60 after suffering years of generally bad health. Maradona's would be successor, Lionel Messi, never had the success playing for Argentina's national team which could have established actual status as a successor though... comparable successes. Like its departed icon Maradona, Argentina suffers grave health issues as well. Unlike his homeland, Maradona's heart can rest having achieved asystole, the most stable rhythm.
The United States has quit the cold war era "Open Skies" treaty which allowed for surveillance flights over the potential combatants with the aim of lowering the chances that tensions break into actual combat.
US Reducing Iraq And Afghanistan Occupying Troops, Allegedly Floating Plans To Strike Iranian Nuclear SitesTuesday, November 17th, 2020
Following hurried changes at the top of the USG's Pentagon, the Trump administration is planning to reduce the number of US troops in Afghanistan to 2500, a reduction of 2000 while taking a further 500 troops out of Iraq. Back in February the Trump Administration signed a sort of surrender to the Taliban.
Meanwhile rumors leaked out of the US DOD concerning possible strikes on Iranian nuclear sites by the US have Iran threatening a crushing retaliation should the US strike. In January Iran launched unanswered retaliatory strikes against US troops in Iraq following the assassination of one of their generals en route to a diplomatic meeting at the invitation of the Iraqi government.
Fifteen countries in the Asia-Pacific region agreed to a multilateral trade deal. Signatories include 30% of the world's gross domestic product, based on a figure for worldwide gross domestic product that has yet to catch up to this year's economic destruction which continues. The US was excluded from the pact as they favored pushing a different "Trans Pacific Partnership" which includes terms the US is increasingly outside of a position to request. This follows Monday's armistice between Armenia and Azerbaijan which was supported by Russia without any US involvement either.
India finds themselves outside the pact after participating in most of the negotiations due to ongoing tensions with China. Australia submitted to the new pact despite their own open disputes with China.