12 Nov 2022

Judge Orders Two Voting Machines to Be Cracked Open After Poll Worker Makes Big Mistake
Deputy Attorney General George Cohen said Thursday that a poll worker “inadvertently failed to get vote results” before the machine was sealed. Cohen said a poll worker removed two USB sticks from the machine before the results were completely uploaded. Because one has results on it and one does not, officials are unsure of the actual results.

Man shot to death in broad daylight in Boston, marking 30th fatal shooting this year
Man shot to death in broad daylight in Boston, marking 30th fatal shooting this year
Boston Police responded to the area of Paxton and Harvard streets in Mattapan at 1:13 p.m. Wednesday and found a man in his mid-30s shot and killed. Suffolk DA Kevin Hayden, speaking at the scene, called the shooting a “brazen” attack and said that he and his office are very concerned about not only the number of fatal shootings in recent weeks in the city, but especially the “rise of these happening in the middle of the daytime.”

Mayo denies kidney transplant for unvaccinated patient
Mayo Clinic has declined to consider a kidney transplant for an unvaccinated woman with stage-four kidney disease, she told Alpha News. That woman, Amy Broten, received a letter Nov. 1 informing her that her kidney transplant evaluation was denied. “You have medical issues that need to be stabilized and/or improved prior to evaluation. The medical issues include: patient not willing to comply with the transplant team immunization requirements and recommendations,” the letter says. …a nurse from the transplant team who refused to continue the conversation when Broten said she wasn’t vaccinated against COVID-19.

Japan, Germany to enhance cooperation against China
Japan and Germany confirmed Thursday that the two countries will deepen security and defense cooperation in consideration of China’s increasingly hegemonic moves. The two governments held a two-plus-two meeting Thursday in Munster, western Germany, where the foreign and defense ministers of the two nations agreed to arrange the start of negotiations on an Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement.

Noose found at Obama Presidential Center construction site, officials say
The noose was found on the construction site Thursday morning, and the Chicago Police Department is investigating the incident, the Tribune reported.

Iran threatens to kill UK journalists, news agency says
A branch of the Iranian military recently made “imminent” and “credible” threats to the lives of two journalists in the U.K. before Iran labeled their news agency a terrorist organization. The threats were aimed at unnamed British-Iranian journalists with Iran International, a 24-hour Persian-language news channel based in London and available in Iran, which announced the threats on Monday.

Kremlin refuses to comment on US press report about undisclosed talks with Washington
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters on November 7 that, while Russia remains “open” to talks, it was unable to negotiate with Kyiv due to its refusal to hold talks with Moscow. His comments come after The Wall Street Journal reported on November 6 that U.S. national-security adviser Jake Sullivan held undisclosed talks with top Russian officials in the hope of reducing the risk of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine spilling over or escalating into a nuclear conflict.

Very strong M7.3 earthquake hits Tonga Islands region, Tsunami Advisory issued 
A very strong earthquake, registered by the USGS as M7.3, hit the Tonga Islands region at 10:48 UTC on November 11, 2022. The agency is reporting a depth of 24.8 km (15.4 miles). EMSC is reporting M7.3 at a depth of 60 km (37 miles).

Military created prohibited digital tool to swiftly deny exemptions to unlawful Covid-19 vaccine mandate
The Dossier has obtained the “digital tool” that at least one branch of the U.S. military has been using to mass-deny soldiers who apply for an exemption to the Pentagon’s unlawful Covid-19 injection mandate.

World’s rivers suffer ‘toxic levels’ of pharmaceutical pollution, study warns
Researchers sampled 258 rivers across the globe, including the Thames in London and the Amazon in Brazil, to measure the presence of 61 pharmaceuticals.

Used-Car Prices Collapse The Most Since Lehman Meltdown
With soaring borrowing costs, the Federal Reserve has slammed the brakes on the once-booming used car market. The latest data on wholesale used-vehicle prices show October’s decline on a year-over-year basis was the worst since the financial crisis over a decade ago.

Mini gas chambers designed for euthanasia make even assisted-suicide supporters uneasy
The headline in the Scottish Daily Express succinctly summarizes the reaction to a recent invention by Australian Dr. Philip “Death” Nitschke: “Outrage as scientist backs gas chamber ‘death pod’ scheme for Scotland.” Nitschke has become notorious over the past several years due to his high-profile promotion of his “do-it-yourself death pods,” airtight capsule-shaped pods in which the suicidal can seal themselves and release a nitrogen gas that will knock them out in 60 seconds and kill them within 10. It is not as swift a death as the lethal injection method but does have the benefit of ensuring that other people do not have to be involved.

KFC ‘very sorry’ for Germany’s Reichspogromnacht promotion 
The fast food chain had sent a notification encouraging customers to “treat themselves” with fried chicken on the anniversary of the 1938 Nazi pogrom. It later blamed a technical error.

Wot’s in the shots?
What is in the Pfizer vaccines? Recently, Dr David Nixon, a Brisbane GP, decided to find out, putting droplets of vaccine and the blood of vaccinated patients under a dark-field microscope.

Pfizer chief boasts Covid pandemic will be ‘multi-billion dollar franchise’ for years to come
Pfizer’s chief financial officer has described the Covid pandemic as a ‘multi-billion dollar franchise’ — and expects profit to continue.

Exclusive: State Dept. gives law enforcement, intelligence agencies unrestricted access to Americans’ personal data
The State Department is giving law enforcement and intelligence agencies unrestricted access to the personal data of more than 145 million Americans, through information from passport applications that is shared without legal process or any apparent oversight, according to a letter sent from Sen. Ron Wyden to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and obtained by Yahoo News.

Homemade energy crisis? Another refinery, owned by Chevron, goes up in flames – sabotage of oil infrastructure? 
The night of the midterm election, another oil refinery, this one owned by Chevron and located in El Segundo, Calif., caught fire under mysterious circumstances.

Islam: Qatar’s World Cup Ambassador says being Gay is ‘Damage in the Mind’, LGBT Fans Could Face Execution 
A World Cup official in the host country of Qatar drew criticism after saying that homosexuality is “damage in the mind” and that gay visitors to his country must “accept” the rules in the Muslim country.

At COP 27, U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry Proposes Creation Of ‘Energy Transition Accelerator’ To Fulfil King Charles’ ‘Trillions Of Dollars’ Demand 
…Prince Charles speaking at the COP26 Climate Change event last year. He chillingly said “Here we need a vast military style campaign to marshal the strength of the global private sector, with trillions at his disposal far beyond global GDP, and with the greatest respect, beyond even the governments of the world’s leaders.” Today at COP27, US Climate Envoy John Kerry took the first step to make good on that vision. For real.

Under Banner Of Climate Change Led By Emmanuel Macron, The United Nations New World Order Marches Forward 
“We will not sacrifice our climate commitments under the energy threat from Russia and therefore all the commitments held by nations must be upheld,” said French President Emmanuel Macron. “For the richer countries, especially the European countries including France, this has been this has been the delivery of our national strategies, in line with our commitments.” For the Chief advisor of the World Wide Fund for Nature, Macron’s speech is a positive political signal that important negotiations have started.