Friday, September 11, 2020

Event Update For 2020-09-10

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2020-09-10 - Wildfires tear through nearly 900,000 acres and send thousands fleeing in Oregon, 12% of the population evacuated:

Quote: "Brown said the fires were unprecedented in the state's history, with totals nearing 900,000 acres burned. Over the past decade, the state has seen an average of 500,000 acres burn each year. 'We've seen nearly double that in the last three days,' she said. 'Folks are really scared and looking for information.'"

Quote: "It is only when firefighters can counterattack and get into heavily damaged areas will the full scope of the human and property damage be known. 'We know there are fatalities,' Brown said. State officials declined to estimate the possible number of dead or amount of property damage."

2020-09-10 - Wildfires burn 4.4 million acres across 12 US states, death toll climbs to 17:

Quote: "Wildfires across several western states, including California, Oregon, and Washington, have created ominous — some say apocalyptic — scenes across the states as firefighters battle 102 fires, which have burned 4.4 million acres, according to the National Interagency Fire Center. According to a September 10 update from the National Interagency Fire Center, 102 wildfires have swept 12 states — Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming."

Quote: "At least 17 people in Oregon, California and Washington have now died because of the devastating wildfires ravaging the West Coast, and the destruction is anticipated to worsen, according to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown."

2020-09-10 - Chemical plant fire breaks out in Walburg (Texas), shelter-in-place orders issued:

2020-09-10 - Six of the 20th biggest wildfires in state history, including the biggest, have burned this year in California:

Quote: "On Thursday, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection tweeted that the state had seen six of its top 20 largest wildfires this year."

Quote: "The massive August Complex fire is now officially the largest blaze in California history, burning more than 471,000 acres, another grim milestone in what is already the state’s most destructive fire year on record. The fire burning north of Sacramento has now surpassed the 2018 Mendocino Complex fire, which burned more than 459,000 acres back in 2018."

Note: So the previous largest wildfire in California history only held that record for two years...

2020-09-10 - Wildfire causes evacuations near coastal Anavyssos (Greece):

Note: On the western coast of Greece, like the fires burning on the western coast in the US and the fires burning on the western coast in Syria...

2020-09-10 - US Commodity Futures Trading Commission issues report warning of serious economic danger from climate change:

Quote: "The report, the first of its kind by a US government entity, calls for Congress to swiftly impose a price on carbon and urges financial regulators to 'more urgently and decisively' work to understand and blunt the looming economic damage from climate change."

2020-09-10 - Underground electrical fire causes blackouts in Memphis (Tennessee):

2020-09-10 - Home explodes and burns on North 1st Street in Porter (Indiana), 7 injured:

Note: This is the 80th residential explosion in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Military munitions depot rocked by huge explosion in Zarqa (Jordan):

2020-09-10 - Equipment explodes at 6 AM inside Zamboni room at the University of Guelph in Guelph (Canada):

2020-09-10 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, scrap metal burns, near coastal Ladysmith (Canada):

2020-09-10 - Oil and tire warehouse destroyed by huge fire at the Port of Beirut in coastal Beirut (Lebanon):

2020-09-10 - Landfill fire breaks out at 11 PM near coastal Torquay (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Wildfire threatens jaguar refuge in the Pantanal (Brazil):

2020-09-10 - Boat bursts into flame while docked in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

Note: This is the 811th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street in coastal Izmir (Turkey):

2020-09-10 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame on Bypass Road in Asfordby, near Melton (Britain):

Note: These are the 223rd and 224th buses to burn in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-35 near Lorena (Texas):

Note: This is the 40th car-hauler to burn in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 2:30 AM on I-469 in Fort Wayne (Indiana):

2020-09-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-70 ramp in Terre Haute (Indiana):

2020-09-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Spanish Lake Cross in Doddiscombsleigh (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Wheathill, Bridgnorth (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame on Beacon Lane in Romsley, Bridgnorth (Britain):

Note: These are the 1310th, 1311th, 1312th, 1313th, 1314th and 1315th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Food truck bursts into flame on South First Road near Beatrice (Nebraska):

2020-09-10 - In separate incidents, within minutes, RV and SUV burst into flame in/near coastal Campbell River (Canada):

Quote: "Back-to-back vehicle fires are something the Campbell River Fire Department doesn’t see often. At around 3:00pm yesterday, crews responded to a motorhome fire just north of town."

Quote: "Just as crews were finishing up, a call came in that another vehicle caught fire in the Merecroft neighbourhood. Bellefleur says an SUV was 'completely engulfed in flames,' but fortunately, the damage was kept to the vehicle and no one was injured."

Quote: "'The two fires are not considered related,' Bellefleur adds."

Note: This is the 301st RV to burn in 2020...

2020-09-10 - Van bursts into flame on Birchwood Expressway in Warrington (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Four cars go up in flames while parked at business in Laredo (Texas):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-25 near Pueblo (Colorado):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Norwalk (Connecticut):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame off Metz Road in Greenfield (California):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame at Walmart in La Vale (Maryland):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame at 2:45 AM on Canton Street in Rochester (New York):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-87 near Albany (New York):

2020-09-10 - Fifteen luxury cars destroyed by fire while parked in garage in coastal Bangkok (Thailand):

Quote: "Fire gutted a luxury-car garage in Saphan Sung district of Bangkok on Thursday night, destroying 15 vehicles. Damage was estimated at 40 million baht."

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame while parked in underground carpark at high-rise in coastal Ashdod (Israel):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on Draycott Road in Shepton Mallet (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A3083 near coastal Mile End (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on Bosvigo Road in coastal Truro (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on Beechings Way in Twydall (Britain), 3 injured:

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame at 6:30 AM on the A6 at High Heskett (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on Saint Maradox Lane in coastal Bournemouth (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A47 near Wisbech (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Car bursts into flame outside Red Barn Public House on Longden Road in Shrewsbury (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Motorcycle bursts into flame at 3:04 AM on Newtown Road in Highbridge (Britain):

2020-09-10 - RV trailer bursts into flame at 12:53 AM while parked at Clear Lake County Park in Sibley County (Minnesota), nobody there:

2020-09-10 - SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home on North Dogwood Street in Strafford (Missouri):

2020-09-10 - Barn destroyed by fire in Oswestry (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Hospital damaged by fire in Lock Haven (Pennsylvania):

2020-09-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Centre Avenue in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia), 1 injured:

2020-09-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 1:26 AM on South Gaillard Street in Florence (South Carolina):

2020-09-10 - Vacant home burns at 12:45 AM in Cambridge (New York):

2020-09-10 - Fish dying, again, in the Indian River Lagoon on the Atlantic Coast (Florida):

2020-09-10 - Fish wash ashore dead at coastal Ocean Isle Beach (North Carolina):

2020-09-10 - Woman, 29, and baby found dead at home on Ramsey Memorial Road in Penhook (Virginia):

2020-09-10 - Man, 40, dies after being pulled from swimming pool at Hampshire Country Club in coastal Mamaroneck (New York):

2020-09-10 - Man found dead in swimming pool at home in Phoenix (Arizona):

2020-09-10 - Man, 79, found dead and face-down in lake at Lincoln Park in coastal Los Angeles (California):

2020-09-10 - Man found dead at White Pines Lake in Arnold (California):

2020-09-10 - Man, 51, found dead at I-86 rest stop in Campbell (New York):

2020-09-10 - Man, 42, found dead in Nickajack Lake (Tennessee):

2020-09-10 - Man found dead under bridge in Kingsport (Tennessee):

2020-09-10 - Man, 36, found dead in tent on Buck Creek Hill in Martin County (Kentucky):

2020-09-10 - Man, 72, dies after being pulled from the water off Bear Island in Lake Winnipesaukee (New Hampshire):

2020-09-10 - Man, 50, drops dead on lawn at home in North Plainfield (New Jersey):

2020-09-10 - Woman, 34, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in Augusta (Georgia):

Quote: "The inmate, identified as 34-year-old Ashley Ashley Asuncion, was transported to University Hospital around 1:30 a.m. for a 'medical emergency.' Asuncion later died at 6:42 a.m."

2020-09-10 - Woman, 63, drops dead near business in Midwest City (Oklahoma):

2020-09-10 - Boy, 17, found dead in Bury (Britain):

2020-09-10 - Man, 63, has 'medical issue', five cars crash, in coastal San Diego (California), 6 injured:

Quote: "A 63-year-old man driving a 2016 Mercedes E400 eastbound on El Cajon Boulevard suffered an unknown medical issue and slammed into the back of a 2015 Ford Fusion sitting in the northbound turn lane to 70th Street, Buttle said."

2020-09-10 - Small plane crashes into the Gulf of Mexico off coastal Okaloosa Island (Florida):

2020-09-10 - Two SUVs collide head-on at 5 AM, fire erupts, in Georgetown County (South Carolina), 2 killed, several injured:

2020-09-10 - Pickup truck and SUV collide head-on in West Penn Township (Pennsylvania), several injured:

2020-09-10 - Car crashes into the Fox River in Fox River Grove (Illinois), 1 injured:

2020-09-10 - Car veers off road, crashes into fire department, in coastal Carolina Beach (North Carolina):

2020-09-10 - Motorcycle crashes in Tuai (New Zealand), 1 killed:

Quote: "His friends say he had never been in a road accident before Tuesday and the 'puzzling' crash was likely to have been caused by a medical event."

2020-09-10 - Naked man runs around on I-94, gets hit by car and killed, in Taylor (Michigan):

Quote: "A man is dead after running naked on eastbound I-94 at Telegraph in Taylor on Thursday evening. Michigan State Police received calls about a naked man running along the freeway. Witnesses said the man was hit and run over by a vehicle. First responders arrived on the scene and administered first aid, but the man later died at a local hospital."

2020-09-10 - Two dogs attack and injure man at home in Graham (North Carolina):

2020-09-10 - Dog attacks and injures baby at home on South High Street in Georgetown (Ohio):

2020-09-10 - Alligator attacks and injures woman in Fort Myers (Florida):

2020-09-10 - Residential building collapses in coastal Karachi (Pakistan), 4 killed, more injured:

2020-09-10 - Building collapses in coastal Lagos (Nigeria):

2020-09-10 - Boy, 17, has seizure and collapses face-down in the water at beach on coastal Oak Island (North Carolina):

Quote: "Catherine Wadford is holding her children a little tighter after her son had a medical emergency in the ocean last weekend at the Oak Island pier. The mother never expected to spend Labor Day weekend in the hospital with her 17-year-old son, Jackson Boswell, hooked up to a ventilator. 'If it weren’t for them, we would’ve been planning a funeral—not sitting at home with our child today,' said Wadford. 'He suffered a grand mal seizure and fell into the water and was floating face down, apparently, when the surfer, Austin found him and started pulling him in.'"

2020-09-10 - Teen boy has 'medical emergency' and goes into cardiac arrest at soccer club in Ellesmere (Britain):

Quote: "A teenage boy had to be airlifted to hospital in a 'critical condition' following a medical emergency at Ellesmere Rangers Football Club."

2020-09-10 - Boy, 13, killed by brain-eating amoebas after swimming at campground near Tallahassee (Florida):

2020-09-10 - Man, 44, contracts brain-eating amoeba while swimming in indoor pool and dies in India:

2020-09-10 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia):

2020-09-10 - Heavy rain and flooding hit Maracay (Venezuela):

2020-09-10 - Heavy rain and flooding hit West Africa, more floods in Niger, death toll rises to 13 in Burkina Faso:


  1. Mornin' Jonny, all.

    Hard to believe that about 9 residences PER MONTH simply explode for unknown reasons (to the authorities).

    It's simply not a good idea to enter into or walk alongside any source of water anymore. Of course, it may turn out to be an "easy way out" for the suicide-inclined (insurance claims will still be honored).

    The marine die-off continues. More JJFH evidence every day.

    Saturday, 12 September 2020
    "Climate changed" Washington Gov. Jay Inslee: 36 dead with dozens missing: America's West Coast is ablaze, more than 100 wildfires raged uncontrolled from California to Washington state incinerating entire towns: Eerie orange glow seen as far away as the UK

    Earthwindmap showing dangerous, cancer-causing PM2.5 particulates covering the entire western coast of America with weather conditions set to blow the particulates across the whole country eastwards. [more; thanks for sharing . ..]

    Stunning photos of pyrocumulus clouds over the Claremont-Bear Fire

    The Claremont and Bear Fires burned together and are now managed as part of the 252,000-acre North Complex organization.

    The white cloud above the smoke is a pyrocumulus cloud produced by the intense heating of the air over a fire. This induces convection, which causes the air mass to rise to a point of stability, where condensation occurs. If the fire is large enough, the cloud may continue to grow, becoming a cumulonimbus flammagenitus which may produce lightning and start another fire. [more]

    Wildfire smoke forecast September 12, 2020 [see map]

    Think 2020’s natural disasters are wild? Experts expect a lot worse in future

    “It’s going to get A LOT worse,” Georgia Tech climate scientist Kim Cobb said Wednesday. “I say that with emphasis because it does challenge the imagination. And that’s the scary thing to know as a climate scientist in 2020.”

    Colorado University environmental sciences chief Waleed Abdalati, NASA’s former chief scientist, said the trajectory of worsening disasters and climate change from the burning of coal, oil and gas is clear, and basic physics. [more]

    Wildfires closing in on Portland suburbs force massive evacuations

    As in neighboring states, the massive amounts of smoke produced by the fires mean that even those residents spared the need to evacuate are suffering from an unhealthy air quality in which toxic ash and smoke coat outdoor surfaces.
    [more; incl. ~ 1.25 min. video]

    [2nd section awaits]

  2. California closures include Highway 1, 8 L.A. County parks, 29 state parks and 18 national forests as flames persist and weekend begins

    With California bedeviled by fires and air quality worsening, L.A. County officials on Friday closed eight parks for the weekend, joining state and federal officials who have shut down 29 state parks, Highway 1 south of Big Sur and all of the state's national forests.

    The closed L.A. County locations include Eaton Canyon Natural Area, Devil's Punchbowl Natural Area, Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, Lario Staging Area, Marshall Canyon Regional Park and Nursery, Peck Road Water Conservation Park, San Dimas Canyon Natural Area and Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area.

    Also closed for the weekend: Huntington Gardens in San Marino.

    U.S. Forest Service officials had already closed the state's 18 national forests on Wednesday, a sweeping move that closed access to more than 20 million acres because of "unprecedented and historic fire conditions." Campgrounds, trails, picnic areas and roads shut to visitors until further notice, according to a U.S. Forest Service news release.

    “These temporary closures are necessary to protect the public and our firefighters, and we will keep them in place until conditions improve and we are confident that national forest visitors can recreate safely,” regional forester Randy Moore said in the release. [more]

    An ominous map shows the entire West Coast with the worst air quality on Earth as historic wildfires spew smoke

    The US West Coast has the worst air quality in the world due to wildfire smoke across California, Oregon, and Washington.

    Maps of air-quality index measurements show hazardous levels of particulate matter from wildfire smoke across the entire West Coast.

    Research has linked particulate matter from wildfires to heart and lung problems, increased hospital visits, and worse flu seasons.

    The EPA recommends residents stay indoors with filtered air, keep physical activity levels low, and wear an N95 respirator if they have to go outside. [more]

    Crew on North Complex in California overrun by fire deploys fire shelters

    A firefighting hand crew was overrun by the fire they were fighting September 9 and had to deploy their fire shelters. It happened on the Claremont/Bear Fire, two merged blazes that are part of the North Complex.

    The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection explained that the fire became unpredictable due to erratic weather and dry fuel conditions. The agency said the personnel were “virtually unharmed except for two minor injuries.” The incident is under review.

    Fire shelters are small foldable pup tent-like fire resistant devices that a wildland firefighter can unfold and climb into if there is no option for escaping from an approaching inferno. The shelters can resist radiant heat, and if the person inside can seal the edges under their body, convective heat as well, but there are limits. Many firefighters have used the devices successfully, but others have been killed inside them. [more; jeez!]

    [3rd piece follows]

  3. Tiny California Town Leveled By “Massive Wall Of Fire”; 10 Dead, 16 Missing, Trapped Fire Crew Barely Escapes Blaze

    In a scene that brought back nightmares of the Camp Fire two years ago, the tiny town of Berry Creek was demolished by the North Complex Fire near Oroville in Northern California.

    “We had a massive wall of fire that came in and did everything it could to destroy everything in its path and unfortunately, there were some communities right in the way, just like what happened in Paradise and Concow during the Camp Fire,” Cal Fire spokesman Rick Carhart said Thursday.

    Others were not so lucky. According to multiple local reports, the Butte County Sheriff indicated that 10 people have died at 16 are still missing. Thus far the blaze has blackened 247,358 acres. It is being fought by over 1600 fire personnel. [more]

    The Arctic is burning like never before — and that’s bad news for climate change

    Wildfires blazed along the Arctic Circle this summer, incinerating tundra, blanketing Siberian cities in smoke and capping the second extraordinary fire season in a row. By the time the fire season waned at the end of last month, the blazes had emitted a record 244 megatonnes of carbon dioxide — that’s 35% more than last year, which also set records. One culprit, scientists say, could be peatlands that are burning as the top of the world melts. [more]

    Wildlife in ‘catastrophic decline’ due to human destruction, scientists warn

    Wildlife populations have fallen by more than two-thirds in less than 50 years, according to a major report by the conservation group WWF.

    The report says this “catastrophic decline” shows no sign of slowing.

    They recorded an average 68% fall in more than 20,000 populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish since 1970. [more; doesn't include INSECTS]

    BBN: Two-Thirds Of Wildlife Wiped Out Since 1970 [~ 18.6 min.]

    [off topic]
    Scientists confounded by new findings on universe's mysterious dark matter

    Research published this week revealed an unexpected discrepancy between observations of dark matter concentrations in three massive clusters of galaxies encompassing trillions of stars and theoretical computer simulations of how dark matter should be distributed.

    "Either there is a missing ingredient in the simulations or we have made a fundamental incorrect assumption about the nature of dark matter," Yale University astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan, a co-author of the study published in the journal Science, said on Friday. [more]

    [4th part coming up]

  4. New worry over August deforestation in Brazilian Amazon

    Last month was the second-worst August on record for deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, according to official figures released Friday, sparking new criticism of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro's environmental policies.

    A total of 1,359 square kilometers (525 square miles) in the Brazilian Amazon -- 23 times the size of Manhattan -- were lost last month, according to satellite data from Brazil's National Space Research Institute (INPE). [more]

    [land subsidence]
    Around 50 feared dead in DR Congo mine collapse

    About 50 people are feared dead after a gold mine collapsed in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo following torrential rain, local authorities said Saturday. [more]

    [from Water Wars]
    Mexican water wars: Dam seized, troops deployed, at least one killed in protests about sharing with U.S.

    Mexico’s water wars have turned deadly.

    A long-simmering dispute about shared water rights between Mexico and the United States has erupted into open clashes pitting Mexican National Guard troops against farmers, ranchers and others who seized a dam in northern Chihuahua state.

    A 35-year-old mother of three was shot dead and her husband seriously wounded in what the Chihuahua state government labeled unprovoked National Guard gunfire. [more]

    [meanwhile, as few are paying attention]
    La Niña has formed, and it could worsen hurricanes and wildfires

    La Niña, the cooler sibling of El Niño, has arrived.

    And it could provide an additional boost to the already active Atlantic hurricane season, forecasters said, as well as extend the disastrous fire season in the West. [more]

    [5th installment next]

  5. Climate Point: Big Oil battered by lawsuits. America battered by extreme weather.

    [article runs through many topics and concludes]

    If you're interested, riled up or concerned about what's going on with climate change, you should learn more. The Cooper Union, a university in Manhattan, will soon be hosting an intriguing week of virtual talks on international climate policy, sustainable agriculture, scientific activism and other intersectional subjects. You can learn more about their programming and how to watch ihere. [link]

    Shallow M6.1 earthquake jolts Japan's Miyagi Prefecture

    A magnitude 6.1 earthquake, which measured 4 on the shindo (intensity) scale, was detected at a depth of 40 kilometers off the coast of Miyagi Prefecture, on Saturday at 11:44 a.m.

    There is currently no tsunami warning in effect. [more]

    Severe floods hit 760,000 people in West and Central Africa

    in recent years climate change, land degradation and poor urban planning have led to more frequent disasters as rapidly-growing cities struggle with heavier-than-normal rainfall.

    Waters have yet to recede in parts of Niamey since torrential rains in August caused rivers to burst their banks, destroying nearly 32,000 houses and 5,768 hectares of farmland across Niger.

    Flooding across landlocked Niger alone has so far impacted nearly 333,000 people. Over 188,000 people have been affected in neighbouring Chad, with OCHA warning of potential food shortages due to inundated land.

    Communities' ability to cope with natural disasters has been eroded by instability, food shortages and mass displacement in some areas. Over 25 million people are in need of humanitarian aid in the violence-plagued Sahel area, which includes Niger, Chad and Mali. [more]

    300,000 displaced by floods in Ethiopia, says UN [video & tweets included]

    Heavy rain and flooding continue in Ethiopia, with over 500,000 people affected and around 300,000 displaced since July.

    Unusually heavy Kiremt season (June to September) rainfall triggered flooding in the country from late July. [more]

    Flash floods hits Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia after torrential rainfall [videos and tweets]

    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. tells Ron Paul that he believes JFK was assassinated by the CIA

    Paul asked Kennedy about what happened to his uncle, the former U.S. president who was shot dead by what the official government experts said was a "magic bullet." Kennedy does not believe the official story about what happened to his uncle, and instead believes that Kennedy was assassinated due to the family's battle against the CIA's program to meddle in foreign affairs. [more; many other reasons too implicating others]

  6. [some Saturday headlines from Rice Farmer]
    News Links, September 12, 2020
    Rice Farmer

    Unprecedented Stimulus Is Fueling an Explosion of Fraud, Governments Begin to Admit
    "If you discover at a later stage that there was Mafia involvement, how do you undo what you've already done?"

    Millennials to redistribute wealth from older generations to the young in new 'age of disorder,' warns Deutsche strategist

    America's $20 Trillion Debt Pile Is Getting Cheaper as It Grows
    Good news? -- RF

    First agreement between China and India since June clash a pledge for peace

    Bahrain follows Emirates in normalizing ties with Israel

    Biden not planning defense cuts, but they may come anyway

    Saudi Aramco Is Now Suffering The Consequences Of A Failed Oil Price War

    [mining giant]BHP's climate plan is rubbish: shareholder group

    How Fertilizer Is Making Climate Change Worse

    Fauci: Stop looking at the 'rosy side of things' and prepare to 'hunker down' until 2021 [FUCK FAUCI!]

    Judge orders testimony from Saudi officials in suit over involvement in 9/11 attacks

    Dozens of Saudi officials may be witnesses in 9/11 lawsuit

    Snowden to Extend Russia Stay Amid Rumors of Pre-Election Trump Pardon

    Florida sewage spills expected to worsen due to ageing infrastructure

    Our System Is Crumbling Right In Front of Our Eyes

    Why One Bank Thinks The World Is "On The Cusp Of A New Era Characterized By Disorder" [just ONE?]

    Unemployment Crisis Going in Wrong Direction: Week 25 of U.S. Labor Market Collapse
    Continued unemployment claims rise for second week, to 29.6 million, worst since Aug 1, meaning 18.4% of labor force is on unemployment insurance. [no, no - phony U-3 to the rescue]

    Some of Oregon's Helicopters That Would Be Used to Fight Wildfires Are Deployed to Afghanistan

    U.S. coronavirus data is 'disturbing,' Dr. Fauci says, disputing Trump's claim that U.S. is 'rounding the corner'
    [You're disturbing, Fauci!]

    19 years after 9/11: Still at war with an outdated authorization

    Financial Pain From Coronavirus Pandemic 'Much, Much Worse' Than Expected