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Certain credible news outlets are reporting  alarming images of the area of China called “Wuhan” where the outbreaks of the Corona Virus are most concentrated. What do the images show?

They show an immense amount of Sulphur Dioxide Gas being emitted into the atmosphere, and experts are saying that is coming from constant cremation of bodies 24/7.

This has experts speculated that China is not reporting truth to the rest of the world about the Corona virus and the number of casualties.


Wuhan crematoriums ‘are burning bodies 24/7 to cope with extra workload during coronavirus outbreak’

  • Wuhan crematoriums working around the clock to cope with influx of bodies  
  • Worker Mr Yun said ‘more manpower’ needed as chambers are working 24/7
  • Bodies of coronavirus victims must be burned, not buried to prevent spread

Wuhan crematoriums are reportedly working around the clock to cope with the extra workload during the

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Elephant hunting licences for Botswana

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Sadly, Botswana will today hold its first major auction for trophy elephant hunting quotas to accommodate hunting in April 2020. The government is to issue seven hunting “packages” of 10 elephants each, confined to “controlled hunting areas”.


Home to the largest elephant population with more than 135 000, President Mokgweetsi Masisi said that the move would not threaten the elephant population. He defended his decision to end the hunting ban saying that Botswana has an overpopulation of elephants, and pledged to regulate the practice.

Previous president Ian Khama is decidedly bitter about the move as he had some six years ago, introduced a blanket ban to reverse the population of wild animals.

e2Image Credit : Kun TIAN Map of Africa’s elephant populations, with chronology of species protection measures, the ivory trade ban and poaching

Whilst self-interested locals welcomed the lifting of the hunting ban, conservationists and like-minded people fear the…

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Facebook, Twitter Deny Pelosi’s Request to Censor Edited Video of Her Ripping Trump’s Speech

By Petr Sva
The office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) requested that Facebook and Twitter take down a video that edited together moments from President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address with a clip of her tearing a copy of the speech apart. Both of the social media companies denied her request, citing different reasons.

The video, posted by Trump’s official Twitter account, interspersed the clip of Pelosi ripping the papers at the end of the speech with moments of emotion and standing ovations during the speech. “Powerful American stories ripped to shreds by Nancy Pelosi,” says a text placed at the top of the video.

The speaker’s argument appears to be that some people may get a false impression that she tore the papers in half repeatedly during the speech and not just once at its conclusion.

“The latest fake video of Speaker Pelosi is deliberately designed to mislead and lie to the American people, and every day that these platforms refuse to take it down is another reminder that they care more about their shareholders’ interests than the public’s interests,” Pelosi’s Chief of Staff Drew Hammill wrote in a Feb. 7 tweet.

Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh fired back in an emailed statement: “If Nancy Pelosi fears images of her ripping up the speech, perhaps she shouldn’t have ripped up the speech.”
Content Policy

Facebook said the video doesn’t violate its policies regarding deceptive content because those only pertain to content that shows people say or do something they didn’t,” CNBC reported.

Twitter’s new rules against deceptive content are not yet in place and the company said the video doesn’t violate its current rules.

On Feb. 4, Twitter announced new rules that, in part say:

“You may not deceptively share synthetic or manipulated media that are likely to cause harm. In addition, we may label Tweets containing synthetic and manipulated media to help people understand the media’s authenticity and to provide additional context.”

To determine what media are “synthetic or manipulated,” the company would check “whether the content has been substantially edited in a manner that fundamentally alters its composition, sequence, timing, or framing;” whether “any visual or auditory information (such as new video frames, overdubbed audio, or modified subtitles) that has been added or removed;” and “whether media depicting a real person has been fabricated or simulated.”

Twitter said it will start labeling such content on March 5, asking for “patience” as it “will make errors along the way.”

The company wouldn’t speculate on whether the Pelosi video would be censored under the new rules.

The Trump campaign and Pelosi’s office didn’t respond to requests for comment. Twitter and Facebook offered no comment beyond pointing The Epoch Times to their content policies and previous content policy announcements.
Increased Censorship

Social media companies have repeatedly tightened their content policies. A 2018 internal Google research document titled, “The Good Censor” argued that social media companies have over time moved away from honoring the principles of freedom of expression and moved toward censorship. They have moved themselves away from descriptors such as “neutral,” “aggregator,” and “platform,” to being better described by words such as “politicized,” “editor,” and “publisher,” said the document leaked to Breitbart.

One way that political preferences of social media companies manifest is through their “hate speech” policies, according to Michael Rectenwald, a former liberal studies professor at New York University and author of “Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom.”

The tech companies have centered their “hate speech” rules on countering ideologies of supremacy, but overlook the perils of ideologies of equality, which have proven far deadlier, he said.

The companies “represent leftism—to themselves and their constituencies—as the default no-fault political belief system,” he argued.

Moreover, “hate speech” is a subjective standard impossible to enforce fairly, according to Nadine Strossen, a law professor and former president of the American Civil Liberties Union.

People on the political left are much more likely to call a variety of statements “hateful,” while those on the right tend to call the same statements “offensive, but not hateful,” a 2017 Cato survey found (pdf).

Update: The article has been updated with responses from Twitter, Facebook, and the Trump campaign.

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UPDATE On Bahamas struggle to recover before the next hurricane season is upon them

With a few months to go before the new hurricane season begins this summer, piles of debris that are still sitting along the streets could turn deadly.

ABACO, The Bahamas — There are signs of recovery in the Abaco Islands, five months after Hurricane Dorian decimated this part of the Bahamas.

In Marsh Harbor, for example, work crews and volunteers are gutting homes, repairing roofs and clearing streets.

But in other parts of town, stray dogs are the only signs of life, and only the distant sounds of chainsaws and hammers pierce the eerie quiet.

In fact, some of the areas devastated by the storm appear untouched since the hurricane made landfall, without a person in sight.

Utilities have been slow to come back.

“We expect power in Abaco to be fully restored by early summer,” reports Katherine Smith from the Bahama Disaster Reconstruction Authority.

Thoughts of the 2020 hurricane season are adding urgency to the recovery.
Resettling to Rebuild

With so many homes destroyed, there aren’t enough people currently living on the island to rebuild quickly.

“Much of the population in Abaco evacuated or were displaced. And now they are largely unable to return because there is no housing,” explains David Eisenbaum, with the charity All Hands And Hearts. “We need thousands of volunteers. There’s a tremendous need for manpower and the recovery is limited by this shortage of labor.”

To help residents return to the islands, the Bahamian government is setting up dome structures for temporary housing.

“We are shipping in domes that they can stay in as their homes are being rebuilt,” Smith tells CNN. “And we are launching a Small Home Repair Program this month to try to get the homes ready for the next hurricane season, which is right around the corner.”

With a few months to go before the new hurricane season begins this summer, piles of debris that are still sitting along the streets could turn into deadly projectiles if the wind picks up.
Reviving Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama also suffered severe devastation from Dorian. Storm surges up to 20 feet submerged vast parts of the island, swamping more than 4,200 homes according to Smith.

“Some of these homes might partially still be standing, but are not safe to stay in,” explains Katie Wiles, an American Red Cross spokeswoman. “One of the top needs here is also for long-term shelter.”

There’s also a shortage of drinkable water; the storm surges dramatically raised the salinity of Grand Bahama’s water supply.

“After Dorian, the water became extremely salty. Currently, 65% of households are compromised,” reports Iram Lewis, the Bahamas’ minister of state for disaster management and reconstruction. “By March, that number should be down significantly and completely gone by the end of the summer.”

It’s a hint of optimism, boosted by electricity that is now back on across almost all of Grand Bahama.

Yet the devastation to infrastructure and business has crippled the economy. Unemployment for Grand Bahama remains high, and the damage to infrastructure renders tasks beyond meeting the day-to-day needs difficult.

“So many have to now walk on foot through the debris just to receive drinkable water. The everyday challenges they face make it difficult to rebound from this and rebuild,” Wilkes explains. “The level of devastation is so big that it will take a long time for the Bahamas to recover. And they can’t do it alone.”

Many of the international charities who initially responded to Dorian are still on the ground. You can help these organizations continue their work in the Bahamas by clicking the button below or by following this link.

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Bronx NYPD shootings: Update Second attack reported as man opens fire inside precinct


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