Anonymous ID: a211c4 QRB General #215: UFOs Arriving Soon in a City Near You? Edition May 22, 2021, 2:14 a.m. No.55772   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 2:17 a.m. No.55773   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>53149 Summary to date of info on Q drops and Law of War new

>>51758 Contacts, Websites, Other Info - now in dough under Links to alt-media

>>47678 Maricopa County Livestream Audit

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>>55659, >>55683, >>55699, >>55709 Friday planefaggory

>>55757 Feds warring on natural products/supplements again?

>>55751 Allison Mack’s Sentencing Set for June

>>55749 Tucker: Jan 6 Commission uses identical language to 9/11 Commission - on purpose

>>55746 COMPROMISED: Harvard students wooed by CCCP propaganda front

>>55741 Sara Carter: US govt puts evidence of UFO’s ‘front and center’

>>55729, >>55733, >>55737 Danser Encore in Basel & elsewhere - enjoy!

>>55728 Amazing Polly: Boom - Guess who Fauci's Wife is? Christine Grady (read more)

>>55724 Next March for Freedom in London: May 29

>>55720 CM on Maricopa developments

>>55711, >>55712, >>55714 Possible immunopathology from vaccine: Antibody-Dependent Enhancement

>>55710 NEW INDICTMENT UNSEALED: FBI Intelligence Official ARRESTED for Mishandling Classified Material!

>>55697 PANIC: Maddow devoted her entire first segment to “QAnon” and Lin Wood.

>>55687 Door Dash Inc sold by Softbank: $1.05B-May 19

>>55681, >>55684 Nobel Prize Winner Reveals - Covid Vaccine is 'Creating Variants'

>>55680 Walmart, Inc sold by Walton Family Trust: $377.25m-May 19,20,21

>>55671 Why aren't we having a convo about treating Covid?

>>55663 , >>55664 What is in Moderna's lipid SM-102?

>>55770 #214



>>55601, >>55604, >>55627 Friday Planefaggory

>>55643 Fiji 6.8 25 minutes ago.

>>55642 45 on shiny new 757

>>55640 South Carolina governor signs open carry bill into law

>>55633 Texas Judge Finds Biden Admin Engaged In Racial, Gender Discrimination In Pandemic Relief Program

>>55629 @USCG Bongu, Malta!

>>55628, >>55630, >>55631, >>55632, >>55635, >>55636 “The results confirm the machine totals from the 2020 Election in Windham, NH were incorrect; the cause of the discrepancy remains under investigation.”

>>55627 Pakistan keen to bolster defence ties with Ukraine: Gen Qamar

>>55623 CIA + Hin?

>>55615, >>55621, >>55626 one of our fav things for the keks, ok mabbe 2 or 3

>>55596, >>55619 Paul Ryan Will Headline Fundraiser for Adam Kinzinger/Cabal neon light moment

>>55595 Colliers International sold by Spruce House Partnership: $153.94m-May 19

>>55593 Biggest Navy Exercise in a Generation Will Include 25,000 Personnel Across17Time Zones

>>55589 @mikepompeo And America is about to supply Iran with billions of dollars in sanctions relief to continue this

>>55587 Notice of Liability – Schools Canada

>>55585, >>55591 Dr. Michael Yeadon on alarm over fake idea of covid variants

>>55578, >>55574, >>55579 Myanmar Considering Charging Former Leader San Suu Kyi, Other Party Leaders With Treason-newsweek

>>55576 Playa Hotels and Resorts sold by Farallon Capital Mgmt: $45.69m-May 19-Tom Steyer founded Farallon

>>55566, >>55577 Collier County officials accused of running child prostitution ring out of Naples Airport-nbc-2

>>55644 #213

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 2:18 a.m. No.55774   🗄️.is 🔗kun


>>55536 Around 4.5% of all bitcoin mining takes place in Iran

>>55533 Cuomo Using Scratch Tickets to Try and Bribe New Yorkers to Get the COVID Vaccine

>>55532 BLM Mob Shuts Down Block of Businesses in NY/Malcolm X's Birthday

>>55524, >>55541 Call to diggz! Tracking covid injuries telegram site./Denmark can't get operated if we had the jabs

>>55522 '''Federal Reserve Bank of New York Reverse Repo Operations Week of May 16th-$1.46T

>>55511 Young Student Hilariously Taunts School Board Over Mask Mandates

>>55509 CME Group Inc. sold by Chairman/CEO: $6.11m-May19

>>55508 2017 Gain of Function Research

>>55506 UPDATE: Georgia Judge Orders 145,000 Absentee Ballots from Fulton County to Be Scanned to Determine Legitimacy

>>55505 California Announces Specifics About June 15 Reopening: No Capacity Limits, No Distancing, No Vaccine Passports,Vaccine Verification Will Be Required For Indoor Events

>>55502 America’s Frontline Doctors has just filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking a temporary restraining order against use of the COVID-19 vaccine in children.

>>55498, >>55513 M7 earthquake Chyna

>>55483 Pennsylvania Voters Strip Dem Governor Tom Wolf Of Dictatorial Powers

>>55474 Civil Rights Group Suing Donald Trump for ‘China Virus’ Label

>>55471 Do you understand why the Arizona Audit is so important❓


>>55552 #212



>>55403, >>55408, >>55424, >>55445 planefaggin

>>55441 Dr. Naomi Wolf: The vaccine passport platform is the same platform as a social credit system like in China

>>55440, >>55442, >>55444 Stopping Asian hate via wig removal

>>55434 This wk Gov Reynolds signed law making evidence kits free for sexual assault survivors +improves evidence tracking

>>55431 Suspicious Package with “Unidentified White Powder” Sent to Arizona GOP Senate Leader’s Office

>>55430 Remember this memo leaked from someone in the Canadian government back in October? /we've come a long way baby

>>55427 vacca, cattle, dasting

>>55426 Tokyo Olympics can be held under state of emergency

>>55423, >>55425, >>55429 Georgia Judge Calls for Forensic Audit of Fulton County Ballots After Large Discrepancies of 21% Found in Ballot Batches

>>55422 Mexico to get new central bank chief with 'social dimension' -president

>>55421 Senator Tim Scott Refutes Buttigieg On Pipeline Policy

>>55419 Computer problem causing delays and long check-in lines for multiple airlines at airports across the nation

>>55417 62% in US population are NOT vaccinated, this is why the full court press on vaccines!

>>55416 Child sex trafficking about to be exposed among the Harris County Constable's Office?

>>55415 “It’s Bullsh*t!” – AZ Democrat Senator Martin Quezada Loses It – Tells TGP Reporter He Wants to Get Rid of Voter ID

>>55414 Don Lemon: ‘I’m Not Partisan’ But Dems Must Save America From Insane, Obsolete GOP

>>55411 Nothing Can Stop What Is Coming

>>55409 Dr. Fauci says the need for a booster shot is still "possible" and may depend on virus variants/what a racket

>>55407 U.S. Congress to hold hearing on SPACs, ramping up scrutiny

>>55405 Cryptos Crash After China Again Vows Crackdown On Mining And Trading

>>55404 NAR: Existing-Home Sales Decreased to 5.85 million in April

>>55400, >>55412, >>55413 Muscle Shoals drummer for The Swampers, Roger Hawkins, dies at 75

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Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 2:19 a.m. No.55775   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 2:19 a.m. No.55776   🗄️.is 🔗kun

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Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 2:25 a.m. No.55777   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5779



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Anonymous ID: d9213e May 22, 2021, 7:14 a.m. No.55781   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

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Anonymous ID: d9213e May 22, 2021, 7:24 a.m. No.55782   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

Singapore court freezes US$3.5b assets of Hin Leong’s Lims


Singapore’s High Court approved a request to freeze as much as US$3.5 billion of assets belonging to the founding family of collapsed oil trader Hin Leong Trading (Pte) Ltd, the company’s liquidator told creditors.


Lim Oon Kuin and his family will be asked by lawyers representing liquidator Goh Thien Phong to disclose their assets to the court in the next few days, according to the email seen by Bloomberg News that was sent to creditors on Friday. The Lims may file an appeal against the asset-freeze order, Goh told creditors.


The asset freeze order is a step toward debt recovery for bank creditors including HSBC Holdings Plc and DBS Group Holdings Ltd, which together are owed about US$3.5 billion by Hin Leong. The Lims have sold assets worth millions of dollars in recent months, including a 41% stake in a Singapore commercial storage facility to state-backed operator Jurong Port Pte in March. The Lims have also divested dozens of ships owned by the family’s Xihe Group, according to VesselsValue, which tracks such sales. Independent liquidator Goh wasn’t immediately available for comment outside business hours. Lawyers for the Lim family at Davinder Singh Chambers LLC didn’t reply to an email seeking comments outside office hours.


Hin Leong, once the city-state’s largest independent oil trader, made an application through its then-judicial managers earlier this year to freeze assets, shares and funds held by its founder, known as OK Lim, and his two children. The application was motivated by a risk of asset dissipation as more than 20 banks fought to recover billions of dollars in loans to the fabled trader. The court approved the winding up of the company in March. Lim has been charged with forgery and related offences.


OK Lim’s business empire spanning from oil trading to bunkering to storage businesses collapsed last year after wrong-way bets on oil prices unfurled hidden losses and alleged fraud. The fallout reverberated across global markets, prompting financial institutions to reassess their exposure and shaking out large tracts of the often-opaque US$4 trillion oil-trading industry.


The family’s assets include properties in Singapore and Australia, cash and investments, insurance policies, shares and club memberships, according to a court filing. OK Lim and his children are allowed to remove any of their assets from Singapore, or dispose or reach deals with their possessions so long as the total unencumbered value of their holdings still in Singapore remains no less than US$3.5 billion, according to the filing.


from August 2020

Founder of oil trader Hin Leong, OK Lim, charged in Singapore court in forgery case

Lim Oon Kuin, founder of troubled Singapore oil firm Hin Leong Trading (Pte) Ltd, was charged in Singapore court on Friday with abetment of forgery for the purpose of cheating, police said.


Hin Leong, one of Asia's largest oil traders, was placed under so-called judicial management in April after banks demanded repayment of loans as oil prices crashed amid the coronavirus pandemic - a collapse that revealed earlier financial troubles.


Anonymous ID: d9213e May 22, 2021, 7:31 a.m. No.55783   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

120m AstraZeneca shots caught in Japan's regulatory limbo


The fate of roughly 120 million doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine remains up in the air in Japan after the government paused the rollout the very same day it gave the green light for emergency use. With Japan lagging behind such countries as the U.S. in vaccinations, Tokyo's mixed messages have drawn criticism. Still, the vaccine's road to real-world deployment remains rocky as fears over its potential side effects loom large.


The health ministry on Friday formally cleared the AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use in Japan. The screening process, which evaluates efficacy and safety based on clinical trial data, is usually the single biggest hurdle for new shots to become available in Japan. The ministry acknowledged that AstraZeneca's vaccine was 70.42% effective in clinical trials and expressed hopes that it would curb the spread of the coronavirus. Still, the ministry decided the same day against the administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine in Japan, at least for now. Like other coronavirus vaccines, AstraZeneca's shots are legally classified here as a pandemic emergency measure. They cannot be used until the health ministry expressly tells municipal governments to go ahead -- a move requiring a separate approval process. This includes a ministry subcommittee on vaccines meeting to discuss the use of AstraZeneca vaccines in Japan in a broader context, based on their efficacy, the supply of alternatives from Pfizer and Moderna, progress in Japan's vaccination drive, and potential side effects. But uncertainties loom.


There have been reports of people developing rare blood clots after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine, including some deaths. While the risk of this side effect is extremely low, it tends to appear more frequently in younger age groups. The U.K. reported 79 cases of these blood clots by the end of March, compared with 20.2 million doses administered. Of the 19 people who died as a result, 11 were younger than 50. This has led some countries to restrict the vaccine to older recipients -- a potentially infeasible course for Japan. Japan has been inoculating older adults with the Pfizer vaccine and is set to begin offering the Moderna shot at mass vaccination sites Monday. Between the two, the country has secured enough doses for over 122 million people, more than the 110 million people aged 16 and older for whom vaccines have been authorized.


Given that Japan is already on track to have enough supply to cover its vaccination campaign for seniors, which the government aims to wrap up by the end of July, it would be difficult to use the AstraZeneca shot for older groups as has been tried elsewhere. The vaccine subcommittee continued discussions Friday on what to do with the vaccine. "It has not been determined" when a decision will be made, the health ministry says. With many people still waiting for shots, an expert argued at the meeting that no vaccine that has been proved effective should be excluded from consideration. "The Japanese public, with the exception of the elderly, will not be receiving any vaccines until at least the fall at the rate we are going," Gakushuin University economics professor Wataru Suzuki wrote in commentary for Nikkei. "We may not even get there by the end of the year." "There is definitely demand among people who want to feel protected from the virus as soon as possible, or who want a vaccine passport so they can travel abroad for work, and the health ministry is going too far by taking the option away," he argued.


The government has struck a deal to procure 120 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Of these, 30 million are to be produced domestically by Daiichi Sankyo and KM Biologics using undiluted solutions from the U.S. The imports and production began this spring. Both Daiichi Sankyo and KM were preparing to ship the vaccines upon government approval.


Undiluted solutions for the remaining 90 million doses are to be made in Japan by JCR Pharmaceuticals. The midtier drugmaker has begun the production using equipment and technology from AstraZeneca. JCR has announced plans to build a new factory. AstraZeneca says its completed vaccines can be refrigerated for at least half a year at temperatures of 2 C to 8 C. At this time, it is uncertain how many ready vaccines have been made. If there is no decision about where to use the vaccines within the next six months, the stock could expire and be lost. The U.S. has yet to greenlight the AstraZeneca vaccine. Yet the country has agreed to purchase 300 million doses, and there are batches of ready supplies.


For now, the White House plans to ship unused vaccines elsewhere, which matches a proposal made within the Japanese government.

Anonymous ID: d9213e May 22, 2021, 7:59 a.m. No.55786   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5788 >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

Summers Says Crypto Has Chance of Becoming ‘Digital Gold’


Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers said cryptocurrencies could stay a feature of global markets as something akin to “digital gold,” even if their importance in economies will remain limited.


Speaking at the end of a week in which Bitcoin whipsawed, Summers told Bloomberg Television’s “Wall Street Week” with David Westin that cryptocurrencies offered an alternative to gold for those seeking an asset “separate and apart from the day-to-day workings of governments.”“Gold has been a primary asset of that kind for a long time,” said Summers, a paid contributor to Bloomberg. “Crypto has a chance of becoming an agreed form that people who are looking for safety hold wealth in. My guess is that crypto is here to stay, and probably here to stay as a kind of digital gold.” If cryptocurrencies became even a third of the total value of gold, Summers said that would be a “substantial appreciation from current levels” and that means there’s a “good prospect that crypto will be part of the system for quite a while to come.” Comparing Bitcoin to the yellow metal is common in the crypto community, with various estimates as to whether and how quickly their total market values might equalize.


Yassine Elmandjra, crypto analyst at Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management LLC, said earlier this month that if gold is assumed to have a market cap of around $10 trillion, “it’s not out of the question that Bitcoin will reach gold parity in the next five years.” With Bitcoin’s market cap around $700 billion, that could mean price appreciation of around 14-fold or more. But Summers said cryptocurrencies do not matter to the overall economy and were unlikely to ever serve as a majority of payments. Summers’ comments were echoed by Nobel laureate Paul Krugman, who doubted crypto’s value as a medium of exchange or stable purchasing power, but said some forms of it may continue to exist as an alternative to gold. “Are cryptocurrencies headed for a crash sometime soon? Not necessarily,” Krugman wrote in the New York Times. “One fact that gives even crypto skeptics like me pause is the durability of gold as a highly valued asset.”


Summers also said that President Joe Biden’s administration is heading in the “right direction” by asking companies to pay more tax. He argued policy makers in the past had not been guilty of pursuing “too much antitrust” regulation although he warned it would be “badly wrong” to go after companies just because of increasing market share and profits.Returning to his worry that the U.S. economy risks overheating, Summers said the Federal Reserve should be more aware of the inflationary threat.“I don’t think the Fed is projecting in a way that reflects the potential seriousness of the problem,” he said. “I am concerned that with everything that’s going on, the economy may be a bit charging toward a wall.”

Anonymous ID: d9213e May 22, 2021, 8:20 a.m. No.55791   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

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This AC departed JBA yesterday and did some fly bys at Wichita, KS-Eisenhower Airport then nw to Eagle Cty Muni Airport in Colorado prior to arrival at Chatanooga.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 9:45 a.m. No.55792   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5801 >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

A judge ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell could keep his address secret, after Lindell's lawyers said someone repeatedly threatened to decapitate him



MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell with President Donald Trump during a coronavirus briefing on March 30, 2020. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images


A judge says MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell doesn't have to publicly share his address in a legal battle.


A legal filing said Lindell had received malicious phone calls and death threats.


It also said someone mailed a pair of pillows covered in fake blood to MyPillow's headquarters.


A district judge in Washington, DC, has ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell doesn't have to publicly reveal his address in court documents related to his legal battle against Dominion Voting Systems, after lawyers for Lindell said it would put him at risk of death threats.


In documents filed May 14, legal representatives for Lindell said MyPillow had reported at least seven people to the Chaska, Minnesota, police, claiming the people had "directly threatened Mr. Lindell's life or physical safety."


This included a person who Jeremiah Pilon, the deputy general counsel for MyPillow, said repeatedly ringed MyPillow's call center and detailed a plan to kidnap and decapitate Lindell.


Pilon added that the local police patrolled MyPillow's corporate office more often in response.


Read more: The MyPillow guy says God helped him beat a crack addiction to build a multimillion-dollar empire. Now his religious devotion to Trump threatens to bring it all crashing down.


Lindell, a staunch ally of former President Donald Trump and a major GOP donor, has repeatedly supported Trump's debunked claims challenging the integrity of the 2020 election.


This has led to Twitter blocking him, retailers pulling his products, and Dominion filing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against him, after he spread baseless claims that its voting machines helped rig the election.


As part of that case, Lindell filed a motion May 14 for leave to file his home address under seal and ex parte, rather than filing it publicly. His request was granted by DC District Judge Carl Nichols on Tuesday.


"Lindell reasonably believes that publicizing his residential address would, in all likelihood, put him at risk of imminent harm," Douglas Daniels and Trey Mayfield, Lindell's defense counsels, wrote in the filing.


Pilon said that in December a "threatening box" was delivered to MyPillow's headquarters in Chaska.


"The box was open on top and contained two MyPillow bed pillows that had been slit open and splattered with a red-colored substance intended to look like blood," Pilon wrote. He added that a sign was attached to the box reading: "Mike Lindell Loves Murderers."


He added that MyPillow could present the court with audio recordings of some of the threats.


In March, Lindell said he hadn't been to his home in Minnesota for two months over safety concerns and instead had been moving between "undisclosed locations."


He also took a hiatus from in-person events, which he said were "too risky," but he has since spoken at events including the Conservative Political Action Conference and a rally at South Dakota's Corn Palace to promote his voter-fraud website, Frank Speech.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 9:47 a.m. No.55793   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

5/21/21 Richard Citizen Journalist DC Update- WH Lights Out Right on Time!




Also, anybody got pics/feeds of Xiden motorcade leaving the WH and going around the corner to catch a helo ride from the Ellipse?

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 9:53 a.m. No.55794   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

DNS fuckery: what is to come and how to prepare


If you perform the DNS Propagation Test as suggested in the previous post, you will notice that some servers exhibit the problem regularly but others seem to be unaffected. The DNS attacks may not be totally random. There may be a purposeful pattern which targets some more than others. If the frequency of attack on a particular server is very low then you may never spot it. I have seen two instances of a bad IP address from Google but separated by days. OpenDNS gave me two in the same day but that was after weeks of testing. On the other hand, my ISP will feed me a bad IP address several times a day. This is all very circumstantial but I'm not inclined to write a bot to hit the DNS servers in order to gather statistics.


There are thousands of DNS servers spread around the globe, each serving a specific market. If the ultimate target of the attack is YOU then only certain upstream servers feeding the local ISP market would need to be targeted. I don't have any idea what upstream server my ISP uses but I can say that it is not Google or Cloudflare or OpenDNS. Since most people accept whatever default DNS server is assigned by their ISP then the targeting makes sense. Switching away from your default DNS is a good idea but you shouldn't expect that to keep you safe if the black hats decide to put on a full-scale assault. All DNS servers should be considered suspect until proven otherwise.


Here is what we need to be prepared for:


The exploit which is being used to seed bad IP addresses can clearly be used to modify the TTL (Time To Live). Simply extending the TTL to an hour or so could take down the site or at least reduce the traffic considerably. The site operators and Vanwanet would not even know what happened. This would work like a valve. Open the valve to let the traffic through and then close it for any desired period of time. This could be controlled geographically like a wave sweeping across the globe. As it is right now, the TTL is low enough that the fuckery looks like a temporary glitch. In addition, bad IP addresses could be seeded more frequently but, judging from I'm already seeing from my ISP, the frequency is already high enough. Bumping up the TTL could lock me out of 8kun indefinitely if I were to rely on my default DNS server.


Savvy anons know exactly what to do because we've been through this before. For now, you should change your DNS server but this is not a long-term solution if the attack escalates. Think logically: if they REALLY want to take us down then no DNS server is safe. In the event that you do get hit with a bad IP address and the TTL is set to a long period then you should know how to flush your system DNS cache (though this won't help if your DNS server is still holding the bad IP address in its own cache). The ultimate solution is to not rely on the DNS servers at all. Most anons have probably (by now) learned the trick of modifying the "hosts" file. These are the currently valid IP addresses for the site:,,,,,,,,,


DNS server IP addresses:


Cloudflare - and, Google - and, OpenDNS - and


I am not providing any instructions on how to implement these solutions because that depends on what operating system you are on. Also, I have zero familiarity with phonefagging and I have no idea what can be done in that context. Do your own research to prepare yourself.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 9:53 a.m. No.55795   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

DNS fuckery: possible attack vectors


So what exploit could the black hats be using to target the DNS servers? I have no idea. I'm not an Internet expert so I can only take a guess. These two articles might be helpful:


An anon posted this one:


Interesting thing about the second article is the post date (April 28). This is just two days before I started noticing the fuckery. Holy hell. Is that a coincidence? To make matters even more spoopy, Dan Kaminsky died recently. He was an Internet security researcher and he gained prominence for his work on patching a DNS "cache poisoning" vulnerability in 2008. What was he working on recently? Something that somebody did not want to become public?


That's it for now.

Anonymous ID: 04befa May 22, 2021, 9:57 a.m. No.55796   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

ARMY644 US Army Beech MC12W Liberty over New Jersey


This is the 'little bro' to the Guardrail Flying Antenna Farm

This AC has been here doing this since 0503 with only a few days of no activity.

The MC-12W is a medium-to low-altitude, twin-engine turboprop aircraft. Its primary mission is providing intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support directly to ground forces. The MC-12W is a joint forces air component commander asset in support of the joint force commander. The MC-12W is not just an aircraft, but a complete collection, processing, analysis and dissemination system. The aircraft are military versions of the Hawker Beechcraft Super King Air 350ER. A fully operational system consists of a modified aircraft with mission system suit, electro-optical infrared sensors, line-of-sight and satellite communications datalinks, along with a robust voice communications suite.



Not AF1 Joe tanker WIDE29 KC-135 on the track above Camp David

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 10:05 a.m. No.55801   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5804 >>5816 >>5855 >>5861


>business insider

fuggen msm:


"after he spread baseless claims that its voting machines helped rig the election"


"Now his religious devotion to Trump threatens to bring it all crashing down."


"Pilon said that in December a "threatening box" was delivered to MyPillow's headquarters in Chaska." << mocking shudder quotes


they hate religion, devotion, Trump and most of all God

anything they can't control

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:06 a.m. No.55803   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861


PA mufti expelled from prayers at al-Aqsa for not supporting Hamas, Gaza


Protesters shouted slogans in support of Hamas and denounced the Palestinian Mufti of Jerusalem, Sheikh Mohammed Hussein, for his affiliation with the Palestinian Authority.


In an unprecedented move, Muslim worshipers on Friday expelled Palestinian Mufti of Jerusalem Sheikh Mohammed Hussein from al-Aqsa Mosque and prevented him from completing his sermon.


The protesters shouted slogans in support of Hamas and denounced Hussein for his affiliation with the Palestinian Authority.


Hussein is considered the most senior representative of the PA at al-Aqsa Mosque compound. A resident of east Jerusalem who holds an Israeli-issued ID card, Hussein often appears next to PA President Mahmoud Abbas at public events.


The protesters accused Hussein of “ignoring” Hamas and the Gaza Strip and forced him to stop his sermon.


“We are the men of Mohammed Deif,” hundreds of angry worshipers shouted as bodyguards whisked the mufti away from the mosque.


Deif is the supreme commander of Hamas’s military wing, Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades.


Other worshipers shouted: “Go away, go away, we don’t want to see the dogs of the Palestinian Authority.”


The incident came shortly after tens of thousands of Palestinians celebrated at al-Aqsa Mosque compound what they called Hamas’s “victory” against Israel during the last round of fighting.


At the end of the celebration, dozens of youths threw rocks and petrol bombs at police officers, who entered the compound and responded with rubber bullets, tear gas and stun grenades.


Palestinian medics said at least 20 people were injured during the clashes.


The assault on the mufti of Jerusalem came after weeks of pro-Hamas rallies at al-Aqsa Mosque compound.


During the rallies, which began at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan and spread to other parts of Jerusalem and the West Bank, thousands of worshippers chanted slogans in support of Hamas and called on the Gaza-based terrorist group to fire rockets at Israel.


In some instances, they also chanted slogans accusing the 85-year-old Abbas of being a US “agent” and an Israeli “collaborator.”


On the last Friday of Ramadan, thousands of worshippers raised Hamas flags and placed posters of the group’s leaders in many areas of the compound. Posters of Hamas leaders Deif, Ismail Haniyeh, Khaled Mashaal, Yahya Sinwar have also appeared on the walls of several neighborhoods in east Jerusalem.


Some activists belonging to Abbas’s Fatah faction who tried to remove the Hamas flags and posters were beaten by Hamas supporters.


The pro-Hamas rallies are seen by Palestinians as a sign of the erosion of the influence of the PA and Jordan over the Aqsa Mosque compound on the Temple Mount.


The Islamic Waqf Department, which is in charge of administering the site, belongs to the Jordanian government. But the PA and other parties, including the Islamic Movement in Israel and Hizb ut-Tahrir (Party of Liberation) also have their representatives at the site.


In the past, senior PA officials who visited al-Aqsa Mosque were also attacked by protesters who accused them of being “traitors” for their alleged readiness to make peace with Israel and for the ongoing security coordination between the Palestinian security forces and the IDF in the West Bank.


PA officials condemned the attack on Hussein and praised him for his “defense” of the mosque against Israeli “aggression.” The officials pointed out that the mufti had played a major role in the 2017 protests that reportedly forced Israeli authorities to remove the metal detector gates they installed at one of the entrances to the compound.


PA Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said that the attack on the mufti was an “assault on the holy sites and national unity.”


Mahmoud al-Habbash, religious affairs adviser to Abbas, denounced the assailants as “mercenaries working to serve the agenda of the occupation.”

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:08 a.m. No.55804   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5807 >>5810 >>5841


they threatened to behead him

I would say that his claims are not baseless


think peeps are getting that yet?

the use of religious inflames and yet I don't understand how it's used in this context, support for one person, is that the metaphor imma missin?

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:14 a.m. No.55808   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

Poignant 4A talking point


Joint fighter formation.


@usairforce 🇺🇸, @Armee_de_lair 🇫🇷, and @RoyalAirForce 🇬🇧 aircraft fly in formation above France during exercise #AtlanticTrident21.

Anonymous ID: 04befa May 22, 2021, 10:14 a.m. No.55809   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5812 >>5816 >>5855 >>5861

FORGE63 US Army G5 leads SAM437 USAF C-32A and SAM438 USAF G5 back to JBA from New York Stewart Int'l Airport-West Point just south of here

Sec. of Defense on SAM437 most likely


Defense Secretary tells West Point cadets they're ready

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 10:14 a.m. No.55810   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5817


to them, 'religious devotion' is always misplaced - coz it's religious, right?

cynics have no devotion to anything, they think it's foolish


got some sleep?

i need more but up for a little bit

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 10:18 a.m. No.55812   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5814


mornin gb,

bakers up late last nite solving world's problems, seem to have missed a few

slept but feel like i was doing something in muh sleep, tired

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:18 a.m. No.55813   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5815 >>5816 >>5855 >>5861


Two Americans arrested over kidnapping linked with failed gloves deal and loss of ฿93 million


Details of the kidnapping of a Taiwanese man and extortion attempt on March 28th were given by the police on Saturday at a press conference. The plot, according to senior officers, was orchestrated in association with an Israeli private investigator to whom 52-year-old American Mr Louis Ziskin had gone for help to retrieve his money after he claimed he had been ripped off. Both Americans are reported to be ex-US marine corps members.


Two Americans were arrested by Thai police this week in connection with a kidnapping and extortion attempt on a Taiwanese national in Bangkok on March 28th last. The two were detained after arrest warrants were issued by the Criminal Court in Bangkok against 8 people involved in the plot which has been linked by a senior police officer to the loss of ฿93 million by one of the men arrested in a deal linked with rubber gloves.


The charges against the men range from illegal assembly to abduction, attempted murder and extortion. The two Americans arrested were identified by police as 41-year-old Jeremy Hughes Manchester and 52-year-old Louis William Ziskin.


The Thai man was named as Mr Ekbodin Prasitnarit.


The men are also charged with being part of a conspiracy and secret group working in concert to commit an illegal act.


They appeared at a Saturday night press conference hosted by Deputy Commissioner of the Central Investigation Bureau, Police Lieutenant General Jiraphop Phuridech, which was also attended by Police Major General Suwat Saengnoom.


The nexus of the abduction attempt according to the senior police officer was a business deal between two private firms that went wrong at the end of 2020.


Police Lieutenant General Jiraphop explained that a firm calling itself The Collections Agency run by a lady named Ms Emily was appointed by one of the Americans, Mr Ziskin, to negotiate and procure rubber gloves from a firm known as Paddy The Room Trading Company Limited.


The policeman explained that the US man, Mr Ziskin, was left out of pocket to the tune of ฿93 million when the proposed deal turned sour.


He then approached a private investigation firm run by an Israeli national named Mr Michael Greenberg. Mr Greenberg’s firm had been established in Thailand in 2020.


At length, this led to the kidnapping and failed extortion attempt on Sunday, March 28th last when Taiwanese businessman, Mr Wen Yu Chung, was the target of a team of men assembled on the instructions of Mr Ziskin and with the assistance of Mr Greenberg.


Mr Chung was an associate of The Collections Agency.


A meeting was set up with Mr Chung at L’Oliva, a restaurant on Sukhumvit Soi 36 on that day ostensibly with another customer seeking to buy another quantity of rubber gloves from Paddy The Room Trading Company Limited.

Anonymous ID: 04befa May 22, 2021, 10:24 a.m. No.55816   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5818


Notables, not endorsements

>>55779, >>55785, >>55787, >>55789, >>55797, >>55805 Q like post plus additional info

>>55781, >>55791, >>55796, >>55809 pf report(s)

>>55782 Singapore court freezes US$3.5b assets of Hin Leong’s Lims-theedgemarkets

>>55783 120m AstraZeneca shots caught in Japan's regulatory limbo-nikkei

>>55786 Summers Says Crypto Has Chance of Becoming ‘Digital Gold’-bnnB'berg

>>55792, >>55801, >>55807 A judge ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell could keep his address secret, after Lindell's lawyers said someone repeatedly threatened to decapitate

>>55793 5/21/21 Richard Citizen Journalist DC Update- WH Lights Out Right on Time!-soc. media

>>55794, >>55795 DNS fuckery: what is to come and how to prepare (do your own research on how this may, may not affect you) plus DNS fuckery: possible attack vectors

>>55798, >>55799 @Jack's pizza tweet from one year ago today…

>>55800 Kudlow: You can’t make this up. New Executive Order (EO) by Biden says what? Holy Cow… generaldispatch and foxbiz y/t

>>55803 PA Mufti expelled from prayers at al-Aqsa for not supporting Hamas, Gaza-jpost

>>55808 DoD twat: "Joint fighter formation. @usairforce 🇺🇸, @Armee_de_lair 🇫🇷, and @RoyalAirForce 🇬🇧 aircraft fly in formation above France during exercise #AtlanticTrident21.

>>55811 Gonna be a hot August huh?

>>55815, >>55813 Two Americans arrested over kidnapping linked with failed gloves deal and loss of ฿93 million-thaiexaminer May 17


wut I habs at 43

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:25 a.m. No.55817   🗄️.is 🔗kun


I got plenty yesterday


made the late night, mostly

glad I kept the page open

grabbin sheitz now

I nose

I just don't think like that

I am not well trained huh

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:33 a.m. No.55820   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5821 >>5855 >>5861


Louis Ziskin previously grabbed headlines when he was featured in Forbes for becoming a CEO after serving 12 years in prison for smuggling drugs (Instagram/@louisziskin)


Ziskin found himself in the limelight after Forbes profiled him as the CEO and founder of DropIn, an on-demand streaming platform that enabled users to access a network of smartphones and drones. He became a multi-millionaire just seven years after being released from prison for drug smuggling – reportedly the largest ecstasy bust in history at the time.


On his website, Ziskin described his arrest and prison stint from 2000 and 2012 as a period of "self-reflection." Ziskin had started importing ecstasy from Europe in 1998. He was arrested two years later.


According to the Daily Mail, Ziskin had established himself as a major importer of ecstasy in the Los Angeles area. He initially flew to Europe multiple times – carrying large amounts of cash, purchasing ecstasy, and flying back to the US with the contraband.


The United States Customs Service (USCS) intercepted three ecstasy-filled packages from France in late December 1999. They were bound for various commercial mailboxes in the Los Angeles area.


USCS authorities subsequently arrested the couriers, who then became informants and co-operated with an investigation. On December 22, 1999, seven hundred pounds of ecstasy and more than $1 million in cash were recovered from two storage units.


Authorities tracked Ziskin's movements for a year, a time during which he continued to conduct his own smuggling operation via Federal Express shipments, unaware that he was being watched. According to the newspaper, he sent cocaine to England and then withdrew his earnings from an English bank to purchase ecstasy. He was finally apprehended in December 2000 and sentenced to 30 years in prison.


Following an appeal in 2003, the sentence was reduced and he was released from custody in 2011. He successfully ended parole in 2012 and appeared to have been turning his life around. Soon, he became a Hollywood-based entrepreneur and a poster child of how prison could reform someone. He would frequently give lectures on anti-recidivism and addiction recovery, and regularly donated to organizations that contribute to addiction education.


Ziskin was eventually featured in an article on the prestigious Forbes website in 2018. The magazine wrote about his video stream service DropIn and how he had turned his life around.


The former US Marine, born and raised in Los Angeles by divorced parents, described himself to Forbes as a "problem child." "I was a mentally gifted minor who thought rules did not apply to me," he told the magazine in 2018. After moving from school to school, Ziskin eventually attended the University of Southern California but dropped out before completing his degree.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:33 a.m. No.55821   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861



How DropIn's CEO Got To Work With Lyft, Hiscox And Beazley


It is certainly not what CEO and founder Louis Ziskin originally intended when he launched DropIn three years ago, an on-demand video streaming platform enabling customers to use a network of smartphones and drones.


“My plan was to become one of the biggest media companies,” says Ziskin.


But over the last two weeks, the business has flown drones over Malibu, California, following the recent wildfires, sending images of devastated households via satellite to Hiscox and to Beazley, two London-based insurance companies.


A couple of months earlier, the business worked with Lyft, the ride-sharing company, to direct drivers to help householders make insurance claims in the U.S states of North and South Carolina following Hurricane Florence.


The initiatives come at a time when DropIn is also in the midst of Lloyd’s Lab, an accelerator run by the 330-year-old insurance market-based in London, where its business model and technology is providing customer insight for traditional insurance companies.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:34 a.m. No.55822   🗄️.is 🔗kun




Ziskin was born and then raised in LA by divorced parents, describing himself as a “problem child”.


“I was a mentally gifted minor who thought rules did not apply to me,” he says.


He moved from school to school, finally going to and then dropping out of the University of Southern California.


He took on several jobs, such as selling condominiums in Florida, always able to generate money. But it was at this time that events in Ziskin’s life were to take a turn that would have a huge impact on his life.


In 1998, Ziskin started importing ecstasy from Europe using mainstream couriers to deliver packages to commercial mailboxes in the Los Angeles area. Federal authorities took Ziskin into custody in 2000, put him on trial and jailed him for 30 years. On appeal in 2003, the sentence was reduced.


The experience has inevitably marked his life.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:34 a.m. No.55823   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861



When he came out of prison in 2011, then on parole in 2013, he kept his head down and built stacked homes for his brother.


But by 2015, he was ready to start building a business.


“There are drone pilots all over the world. The pilot can upload immediately after the flight. You get all the data and the operator has the license and insurance,” he concluded.


The idea was to develop the DropIn platform as a live stream for drones, operated by an army of amateur operators across the world, to provide video coverage of breaking news stories from war zones or natural disasters.


Ziskin’s record meant that traditional VCs would and could not touch him. But family and friends were ready to forgive the past and step in. One of the investors, for example, is John Donfield whose father, Jeff, worked with President Nixon on the war on drugs.


Ziskin ended up raising U.S. $5.5 million from these angel investors.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:35 a.m. No.55824   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861



By May 2015, Ziskin had set up shop in Venice, Los Angeles.


The business launched and grew rapidly with over 1100 drone pilots worldwide with 50% of them veterans.


But the problem came as Ziskin’s vision for people to be able to enjoy live-streaming through an app encountered the potential cost of such a technology.


“The aha moment was when we did not have the $20 million to get it on an app on all phones,” says Ziskin.


The insurance market in the U.S. is huge - U.S. $60 billion a year adjusting claims. A significant business can be built by disrupting only a small percentage of it.


But fewer than half of insurance companies use technology to address issues around fraud, determine the level of premiums or for underwriting, according to the most recent FRISS Digital Transformation in Insurance Survey.


The pivot, when it came, was to relaunch DropIn as a remote on-demand inspection platform for insurance companies to inspect damage in real time by insurance claimants.


Ziskin's original ideal of marshalling amateur drone operators – or droperators - would continue but these would now be directed by insurance companies to help their customers make their claims.


“I didn’t need market analysis. I just needed to know no one else is doing it,” says Ziskin.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:35 a.m. No.55825   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861

Reel life


When a customer calls about an insurance claim, they are in the middle of the crisis. They want to make a claim but they also want help to stop the leak or to get the power back on.


Many of the claimants are also of a demographic which finds using an app on a phone beyond them.


Once the droperator arrives at the incident, he or she then starts live streaming using a drone or their mobile phone. Meanwhile, the insurance adjuster back in an office views the video in real time and can ask for specific GPS-tagged photos and measurements.


The droperator can even make suggestions for approved, third-party plumbers or electricians.


It takes only a small tweak to the customer service process, whereby the call centre recommends the use of DropIn to report the claim.


“Dropin requires a process change for the insurance companies but the easiest one possible because it is a change in the call centre,” says Ziskin.


“The [insurance company] CFOs love the cheaper pay-outs. It’s an opportunity to improve the bottom line and improve things, but not at a negative cost to others.”


It is also the ability to generate customer insight for traditional insurance companies - at what is a pretty emotive moment for their customers - that has been noticed.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:36 a.m. No.55826   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861

The partnership with Lyft comes at a time when the ride-sharing company explores roles for its drivers in a future of driverless cars.


“Lyft was concerned for their drivers’ futures, looking at stuff they might do,” says Ziskin.


The first step was a pilot with 43 drivers in Miami, who, following a webinar, were sent out on the road and then into full operation with 100 drivers in the Carolinas.


And when Lloyd’s of London asked its underwriter members to vote on which of 20 startups should join its initial accelerator programme, DropIn won a slot.


Almost 90% of insurance companies are “convinced that insurtech offers great opportunities” and just under 20% are already investing in it, once more according to the FRISS Digital Transformation in Insurance Survey.


Two of Lloyd’s members, and also traditional insurance companies, Hiscox and Beazley, have already worked with DropIn on live streaming from the wildfires in Malibu.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:43 a.m. No.55829   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861

Only 20 years behind


Iran shows flight of U.S. drone replica


The images, showing a black aircraft flying over mountainous terrain and arid lands before landing at an unnamed air base


Published: 12 November ,2014: 12:00 AM GST


Updated: 20 May ,2020: 10:42 AM GST


Iran’s state TV on Wednesday broadcast footage of an aircraft it says is a replica of a U.S. stealth drone captured in 2011.


The images, showing a black aircraft flying over mountainous terrain and arid lands before landing at an unnamed air base, were the first alleged proof that the Iranian-made version of the unmanned plane has actually been flown.


Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the aerospace division of the elite Revolutionary Guard, said Iran will build at least two or three such drones before the end of the current Iranian calendar year, which falls on March 20, and will mass produce it next year.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:45 a.m. No.55830   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861


What Happens When Vaccine Incentives Aren’t Enough?


Reluctant citizens can slow down herd immunity despite abundant vaccines. Compulsory shots are unpalatable, but may be necessary.


By Clara Ferreira Marques


May 16, 2021, 6:30 p.m. EDT


When much of the world is still desperate for Covid-19 vaccinations, a handful of wealthy places are beginning to have the opposite problem. Hong Kong is one. Despite a free and easily accessible program open to all adults since April, only just over 10% of the population of 7.5 million has had both injections, with low rates even among the oldest. Hesitancy is so high that only half of residents say they intend to get vaccinated.


The combination of political upheaval, distrust in government and success in keeping caseloads low makes Hong Kong an unusual, even extreme, example of reluctance, as seen in studies of attitudes to other control measures, compared to Singapore and Malaysia. But the territory is far from alone as the rich world shifts from shortages to indifference, well before enough people have been inoculated to allow a safe reopening. The question arises of how governments push populations if — or probably when — hints, cash, free burgers and even the prospect of international travel prove insufficient to reach herd immunity, the vaccination rate of roughly 70% or more that’s necessary to protect everyone.


It’s uncomfortable to argue for obligatory jabs, even in a pandemic that has devastated families globally. Yet if we don’t get to better levels once vaccines are fully and freely available, some degree of compulsion may well be necessary. The benefit is too great, and the risk and sacrifice asked of citizens too small, to ignore. Authorities in England estimate that by the end of April, vaccines had averted at least 11,700 deaths among those aged 60 or over. Globally, of course, it’s many times that.


Public health usually operates on a sliding scale of state involvement. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics in the U.K. calls it an intervention ladder, ranging from “do nothing” (the sort of minimal intervention many people prefer) to “eliminate choice.” We remain somewhere around the lower rungs when it comes to Covid-19 vaccines, which are still rolling out. Information is being provided, citizens persuaded, access facilitated. But we’re already rapidly moving up toward the point where officials are beginning to guide choices with incentives in cash and kind.


In recent days alone, Hong Kong has talked about offering vaccinations at workplaces to make it easier for employees. In the U.S., the state of Ohio announced a lottery with $1 million cash prizes. New Jersey has offered free beer for getting a shot and West Virginia is targeting young people with $100 savings bonds. Elsewhere, Serbia promised 3,000 dinars ($31) to vaccinated citizens, one of the first countries to offer cash.


The good news is that there’s still plenty of room for such options to nudge people along. Hong Kong could certainly afford to dip into its fiscal reserves. A generous incentive of HK$5,000 ($640), the same amount offered under a plan to stimulate consumption, would cost a little more than $4 billion if all eligible over-16s are counted — a bit over 1% of gross domestic product and a worthy investment, considering the damage dealt by Covid-19 closures and restrictions. And payments do have an impact.


Unfortunately, encouragement isn’t likely to get us all the way to herd immunity, or not in enough places. So what happens then? Leaving aside employers, where arguments are different, is it acceptable for a government to consider disincentives, mandating vaccines for activities like eating out or even going to school, as already happens for childhood shots in many places? Vaccines are the greatest gift to public health after clean water. Should we consider an even tougher line?

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:49 a.m. No.55832   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861


“This the Nature of Communism – They Want to Force the Lie” – Historian Doug Wead Goes Off on Democrats Over Jan. 6 Lies (VIDEO)

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:51 a.m. No.55834   🗄️.is 🔗kun


rumble doesn't censor does it?

he puts dups up on bitchute too

I'll check when I'm done

I put up with a lot of life to get to persuse late night earlies

I be wit ya soon

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:52 a.m. No.55835   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5849 >>5855 >>5861


FDA: 'Vaccine hesitant' can't use antibody test to prove immunity!


Feds now insist protection from virus comes only through vaccination


Art Moore By Art Moore


Published May 21, 2021 at 9:04pm


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Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 10:54 a.m. No.55836   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861


14 Cities In LA County Issue No-Confidence Resolutions Against Soros-Backed DA


Friday, May 21, 2021 - 10:00 PM

Anonymous ID: 04befa May 22, 2021, 10:58 a.m. No.55838   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861

Unpaid Student Loans Top $435 Billion


As President Joe Biden considers forgiving $10,000 in student debt per borrower and ending tuition for many students at public colleges, it is worth noting that college graduates already have not paid $435 billion back to the federal government.That’s right, of the government’s $1.4 trillion student loan portfolio, almost one-third is unpaid.


That $435 billion is comparable to the $535 billion that private lenders lost on subprime mortgages during the 2008 financial crisis. The figure comes from FI Consulting, hired by the Department of Education, and whose work was checked by accounting firm Deloitte, and is a total of losses over the life of the loans in the federal government’s portfolio.


People in income-based repayment programs pay the loans based on how much they earn, and the government forgives loans that haven’t been paid back after 10, 20 or 25 years. The findings estimated that on average, borrowers in income-driven repayment plans will repay 51 percent of their loans, while those in other repayment plans will repay 80 percent.


As the debate over implementing free college tuition and canceling student debt continues, policy experts, journalists and the public should keep this $435 billion figure in mind.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:07 a.m. No.55842   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5844 >>5855 >>5861


May 22, 1949 was the date on which the first U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Forrestal, died. Specifically at 1:50 a.m. As will quickly become apparent, the circumstances surrounding Forrestal’s final hours are swamped in controversy. All that we know with absolute certainty is that in the early hours of the 22nd, Forrestal’s body was found on a third-floor canopy of the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Maryland. Did he take a fatal leap out of the window of the 13th floor of the hospital, his mind in turmoil and suicide on his mind? Was it an accident? Or, was Forrestal assassinated? Let’s have a look at this undeniably strange and disturbing affair. April 2, 1949 was the date on which Forrestal was taken to the hospital – for his own good and for that of the U.S. government, too. It was apparent to the doctors and nurses that Forrestal was in a dangerous state. Forrestal suspected – in fact, he was absolutely sure – that dangerous characters were watching his every move.

Who those same characters might have been all very much depended on Forrestal’s frame: sometimes it was Russian agents. On other occasions it was spies in the U.S. government. As for the latter, Forrestal thought it was J. Edgar Hoover’s FBI. Forrestal’s mind was spinning – and far from in a good way. On top of that, Forrestal stopped eating for a while. Not a good sign. It’s important to note that when Forrestal was admitted to Bethesda he was in what amounted to solitary confinement, and the windows of the room were modified so they couldn’t be opened. Notably, when Forrestal’s family inquired why such actions had been taken, Captain George N. Raines, the chief psychiatrist at Bethesda, said it was to prevent Forrestal from leaping out of the windows and killing himself – which, some believe, is exactly what happened on the fateful night that Forrestal’s life met its end.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:09 a.m. No.55844   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861


After a few weeks in the hospital, there was a clear, welcome, improvement for Forrestal. Both the doctors and the nurses concurred. On top of that, his appetite started to return. To the point where – in the presence of Rear Admiral Morton Willcutts, who had come to see his old friend – Forrestal chowed down on a huge steak. It really did appear that good times were ahead. That all changed, however, only two days later. Or, rather, two nights later. Death was just around the corner. It was a death shrouded in mystery. Let’s see what we know for sure about those final hours for someone who held some of the U.S. government’s most important secrets. The man assigned to keep a careful watch on Forrestal was Edward Prise. He was a U.S. Navy corpsman. Such was the length of their time spent together, the pair became good friends. As the night got longer, Forrestal told Prise that he didn’t need a sleeping pill and was going to dig into a book for a while. That too was a good thing. Or, at least, it seemed to be that way. After Prise’s shift was over, he was replaced by another military man, Robert Wayne Harrison, Jr. Forrestal’s end was almost upon him.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:10 a.m. No.55845   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5846 >>5855 >>5861

At some point into his shift, Harrison, Jr. left the room to run an errand. From that point onward, everything very much becomes murky, unclear – and probably something that will never be fully resolved to the satisfaction of everyone. When Harrison, Jr. got back to the room he was shocked to the core to see that Forrestal was not in his bed. And, the room’s windows were open. Harrison’s Jr raced to the window: the cord of Forrestal’s dressing-gown was tied to the radiator near the window. Clearly, the goal was death by strangulation. It turned out, however, that Forrestal’s weight caused the cord to snap and Forrestal fell ten floors to his death; something that absolutely no one could have had a chance of surviving. The official theory is that Forrestal – left all alone in his room – took his own life, possibly in a brief moment when his mind swung back to that dangerous state of depression and anxiety. The big question, however, is: could Forrestal have been pushed? The reason: to make sure he could never, ever reveal what he may have been exposed to in government.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:11 a.m. No.55846   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5847 >>5851 >>5855 >>5861


It should also be stressed that at the time of his death Forrestal was in one of his best states of mind of the last few months. Moreover, Edward Prise revealed that Forrestal had told him he would like Prise to take on the job of his, Forrestal’s, personal driver. In other words, Forrestal seemed to be making plans for a good future – and not for the end of his life. Then, there’s the matter of Forrestal’s brother, Henry. On the day of Forrestal’s death, Henry marched into the hospital, demanding that Forrestal be released into his, Henry’s, care. If someone on “the inside” wanted Forrestal dead, then allowing Henry Forrestal to take his brother home would have been disastrous. Forrestal would have been totally out of the control of those who may have wanted him dead; something powerful players may not have wanted. It is, then, rather telling that Forrestal died the night before Henry was due to take his brother back to his house. That’s not all, though: there’s also the matter of why, precisely, Robert Wayne Harrison, Jr., left the room. That was completely against the grain: official orders were that Forrestal was never, ever to be left alone…

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 11:15 a.m. No.55849   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861


Feds can insist all they want, hope that helps show up their true motives to the public, totally anti-science

ARTICLE shows just how weak FDA arguments really are....


FDA: 'Vaccine hesitant' can't use antibody test to prove immunity!


Many Americans who have chosen not to get one of the experimental COVID-19 vaccines because of the risks have hoped that testing positive for antibodies could substitute for being vaccinated, providing a virtual "vaccine passport."


But the Food and Drug Administration issued guidance this week stating a vaccine is still needed to confirm immunity from the COVID-19 virus.


The FDA acknowledged that antibody tests "can play an important role in identifying individuals who may have been exposed to the SARS-CoV-2 virus and may have developed an adaptive immune response."


"However, antibody tests should not be used at this time to determine immunity or protection against COVID-19 at any time, and especially after a person has received a COVID-19 vaccination."


The FDA said that antibodies provided by the vaccines are superior to the antibodies developed from being infected by the virus, providing needed protection that the regular antibodies do not.




But that's contradicted by empirical study data, Yale University epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch told WND.


He pointed to a massive study in Israel finding that people who had tested positive for the novel coronavirus in the previous three or more months had at least as much protection against new infection, hospitalization and death as vaccinated people.


"People become immune by surviving infection," argued Risch, professor of epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine.


In an email to WND, he explained that serum antibodies and T-cell antibodies – the white blood cells that attack infections – demonstrate past history of infection.


Risch said the FDA is correct that antibodies from infection are not the same as post-vaccination antibodies.


But this is irrelevant, he contended.


"These natural antibodies are proof of past infection," said Risch. "Past infection is extremely strong evidence of immunity."

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 11:20 a.m. No.55850   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5861



Forrestal was mentor to JFK - also, he had an important visitor just prior to his death: LBJ.

Anonymous ID: 04befa May 22, 2021, 11:23 a.m. No.55852   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5855 >>5856 >>5861

Korean AF KAF001 747 on descent for Atlanta Int'l Airport from JBA depart


Korean President Set to Visit SK Plant in Georgia This Weekend


South Korean President Moon Jae-in is scheduled to visit Georgia this weekend to survey progress on the SK Innovation electric-vehicle battery plant, according to Korean sources. The visit will come after Mr. Moon’s summit with President Joe Biden in Washington Friday, where the leaders are expected to discuss a range of issues from North Korean denuclearization and Chinese aggression to economic cooperation. That last priority has been amplified in recent months here in Georgia, where the largest-ever foreign investment was threatened with closure due to a legal feud between Korean battery giants LG Energy Solution and SK. The dispute was settled in April when SK agreed to pay $1.8 billion to LG, prompting a sigh of relief from officials in Georgia, where at least 2,600 jobs and $2.6 billion were on the line.

Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:30 a.m. No.55855   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5857


>>55781, >>55791, >>55796, >>55809, >>55833, >>55852 pf report(s)

>>55779, >>55785, >>55787, >>55789, >>55797, >>55805 Q like post plus additional info

>>55782 Singapore court freezes US$3.5b assets of Hin Leong’s Lims-theedgemarkets

>>55783 120m AstraZeneca shots caught in Japan's regulatory limbo-nikkei

>>55786 Summers Says Crypto Has Chance of Becoming ‘Digital Gold’-bnnB'berg

>>55792, >>55801, >>55807 A judge ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell could keep his address secret, after Lindell's lawyers said someone repeatedly threatened to decapitate

>>55793 5/21/21 Richard Citizen Journalist DC Update- WH Lights Out Right on Time!-soc. media

>>55794, >>55795 DNS fuckery: what is to come and how to prepare (do your own research on how this may, may not affect you) plus DNS fuckery: possible attack vectors

>>55798, >>55799 @Jack's pizza tweet from one year ago today…

>>55800 Kudlow: You can’t make this up. New Executive Order (EO) by Biden says what? Holy Cow… generaldispatch and foxbiz y/t

>>55803 PA Mufti expelled from prayers at al-Aqsa for not supporting Hamas, Gaza-jpost

>>55808 DoD twat: "Joint fighter formation. @usairforce 🇺🇸, @Armee_de_lair 🇫🇷, and @RoyalAirForce 🇬🇧 aircraft fly in formation above France during exercise #AtlanticTrident21.

>>55811 Gonna be a hot August huh?

>>55815, >>55813, >>55820, >>55821, >>55823, >>55824, >>55825, >>55826, Two Americans arrested over kidnapping linked with failed gloves deal and loss of ฿93 million-thaiexaminer May 17/Ziskin

>>55827 shitload of MJ12 stuff just dropped

>>55828 Advanced Magic or Technology?

>>55829 Iran shows flight of U.S. drone replica/Only 20 years behind

>>55830 What Happens When Vaccine Incentives Aren’t Enough?

>>55832 “This the Nature of Communism – They Want to Force the Lie”

>>55835, >>55849 FDA: 'Vaccine hesitant' can't use antibody test to prove immunity!

>>55836 14 Cities In LA County Issue No-Confidence Resolutions Against Soros-Backed DA

>>55838 Unpaid Student Loans Top $435 Billion

>>55837, >>55839, >>55840, >>55842, >>55844, >>55845, >>55846, >>55847, >>55848, >>55851, >>55850 James Forrestal death never really explained - nor how he ended up in a mental ward in the first place


Anonymous ID: 3d0924 May 22, 2021, 11:40 a.m. No.55861   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>5862 >>5863


>>55781, >>55791, >>55796, >>55809, >>55833, >>55852, >>55856 pf report(s)

>>55779, >>55785, >>55787, >>55789, >>55797, >>55805 Q like post plus additional info

>>55782 Singapore court freezes US$3.5b assets of Hin Leong’s Lims-theedgemarkets

>>55783 120m AstraZeneca shots caught in Japan's regulatory limbo-nikkei

>>55786 Summers Says Crypto Has Chance of Becoming ‘Digital Gold’-bnnB'berg

>>55792, >>55801, >>55807 A judge ruled that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell could keep his address secret, after Lindell's lawyers said someone repeatedly threatened to decapitate

>>55793 5/21/21 Richard Citizen Journalist DC Update- WH Lights Out Right on Time!-soc. media

>>55794, >>55795 DNS fuckery: what is to come and how to prepare (do your own research on how this may, may not affect you) plus DNS fuckery: possible attack vectors

>>55798, >>55799 @Jack's pizza tweet from one year ago today…

>>55800 Kudlow: You can’t make this up. New Executive Order (EO) by Biden says what? Holy Cow… generaldispatch and foxbiz y/t

>>55803 PA Mufti expelled from prayers at al-Aqsa for not supporting Hamas, Gaza-jpost

>>55808 DoD twat: "Joint fighter formation. @usairforce 🇺🇸, @Armee_de_lair 🇫🇷, and @RoyalAirForce 🇬🇧 aircraft fly in formation above France during exercise #AtlanticTrident21.

>>55811 Gonna be a hot August huh?

>>55815, >>55813, >>55820, >>55821, >>55823, >>55824, >>55825, >>55826, Two Americans arrested over kidnapping linked with failed gloves deal and loss of ฿93 million-thaiexaminer May 17/Ziskin

>>55827, >>55858 shitload of MJ12 stuff just dropped

>>55828 Advanced Magic or Technology?

>>55829 Iran shows flight of U.S. drone replica/Only 20 years behind

>>55830 What Happens When Vaccine Incentives Aren’t Enough?

>>55832 “This the Nature of Communism – They Want to Force the Lie”

>>55835, >>55849 FDA: 'Vaccine hesitant' can't use antibody test to prove immunity!

>>55836 14 Cities In LA County Issue No-Confidence Resolutions Against Soros-Backed DA

>>55838 Unpaid Student Loans Top $435 Billion

>>55837, >>55839, >>55840, >>55842, >>55844, >>55845, >>55846, >>55847, >>55848, >>55851, >>55850 James Forrestal death never really explained - nor how he ended up in a mental ward in the first place

>>55852 Korean President Set to Visit SK Plant in Georgia This Weekend



look like guud enough to bake now?

I think so

then I starts on new stuffs

Anonymous ID: a211c4 May 22, 2021, 11:42 a.m. No.55862   🗄️.is 🔗kun


OP could have taken it down briefly for some reason


i'm gonna have to get off for a while, really sore elbow

i'll rest it and come back tonite

take care all



looks great!