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Degradation of works of art in Berlin: a new threat to culture?

For the moment, the investigators favor the track of an isolated act of vandalism and without reason. But the act, still without claim, worries the Germans because it targeted a cultural symbol. The Museum Island, somewhat the equivalent of the Parisian Louvre, brings together five state museums which house the richest collections in the world. Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1999, the site belongs to the State Foundation for Prussian Cultural Heritage (Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz), one of the world’s largest cultural institutions.

The damage to the prestigious Pergamon Museum (archaeological), the New Museum (Egyptian collections) and the Old National Gallery (paintings XIXe) were perpetrated with an unknown object spraying a “Oily substance” (maybe a water pistol, a syringe, a clown flower water lance…). They left stains on Egyptian sarcophagi, paintings from the XIXe century and stone carvings.

It is the institution as a whole that seems to have been targeted on October 3 – the day of German unity, national holiday – because there is no logical connection between the damaged parts. “They were chosen at random in different rooms”, recalled Carsten Pfohl, head of the investigation. Known pieces have been spared, such as the bust of Nefertiti. Concerning the paintings, the stains were only found on the frames. “This substance is colorless and is not corrosive”, Carsten Pfohl clarified. The museum did not identify the damage until after the closure.

Christina Haak, deputy director of the Berlin museums, thinks this is a logical continuation after a series of degradations committed in recent months on the walls outside the museums. “The threat has penetrated inside”, she notes. For her, this damage constitutes the “Most important ever perpetrated in public museums” in Germany and a “New threat to culture”.

Threats from a conspirator?

The investigators have no leads apart from the suspicions that weigh on one of the main conspiracyists in Germany, the anti-Semite Attila Hildmann, a sort of German counterpart to Dieudonné. This best-selling author of books on vegan cooking accuses the “Demoness” Angela Merkel to prepare with Bill Gates a genocide under the guise of the fight against Covid-19. The Chancellor lives opposite Museum Island (Pergamon side).

A few months ago, Attila Hildmann had made speeches on the steps of one of the museums before being driven out. Followed by 100,000 people on the Telegram social network, he has since claimed that the “Satan’s throne” hides in the “Great Pergamon Altar” (centerpiece of the archaeological museum) where children would be raped every night.

According to testimonies, Attila Hildmann would have called on his fans to storm the museums, which investigators have not confirmed. “Dogs bark”, reacted the chef after these suspicions.

Security in question

Police, who waited three weeks before informing the public about “Questions relevant to the investigation”, this week launched a call for testimony from the 3,000 visitors on October 3. But she has no trace of at least 2,000 of them who bought their tickets on the spot without leaving any personal data. The viewing of the surveillance cameras did not make it possible to locate the perpetrator (s) who remained… for at least an hour in different rooms, between 10 and 18 hours.

Beyond the symbol, the attack on Museum Island once again calls into question the security of this exhibition space and could make foreign museums hesitate to lend their objects. Among the damaged parts, four are ready!

Three years ago, Museum Island had already been the subject of a spectacular theft of a 100 kilo gold coin. The “Big Maple Leaf”, bearing the effigy of the Queen of England, was protected by an armored display case. The three climbers (three young mafia convicted since) managed to steal it in the middle of the night using an ax and a wheelbarrow while walking through the railway viaduct that crosses the island to museums. The gold coin has never been found. It was probably cut up and sold in pieces on the black market.

Stéphane Roland interim in Berlin

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TV duel between Trump and Biden: should that be moral?

“You know who I am”, Joe Biden shouted to the American voters in his televised duel against Donald Trump, “and you know who he is.” Should anyone have forgotten, then the debate provided enough illustrative material, especially during the most important topic of 2020, the pandemic.

When asked about the more than 220,000 corona deaths in his country, the President did not wrest a word of sympathy this time either, but boasted: for the millions of deaths that he had prevented; for the vaccine, which in Trump’s imagination is “ready” for immediate mass vaccinations; even for his own contagion, because: “I am immune!” It was left to the democratic challenger to point out the currently devastating development of the number of cases in several states as well as to the gloomy prognoses of the experts and to spell out the often unpopular measures that are not a panacea , but until further notice the best medicine: mask requirement, plexiglass, rapid tests and so on.

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on the trail of the Wilmington computer repairman

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The controversial New York Post “revelations” since Wednesday about Democratic candidate Joe Biden owe a lot to a pro-Trump conspiracy theories computer repairer.

How did we get there? Since Wednesday, October 14, the New York Post has published a series of “revelations” supposed to tarnish the reputation of Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate for the White House, based on alleged emails from his son, Hunter. Twitter and Facebook decided to limit the dissemination of these articles on their platform, fearing a repeat of the 2016 presidential campaign, when they were criticized for promoting the spread of Democratic Party emails hacked by Russian spies . The Republicans are now crying out for censorship and want to summon the CEO of Twitter to the Senate, accused of trying to muzzle the pro-Trump press. All this three weeks before the presidential election.

To go back to the origin of this large-scale politico-media frenzy, we must look in the area of ​​Wilmington, a town of 70,000 inhabitants between Philadelphia and Baltimore – and stronghold of Joe Biden. This is where it all started, in a small computer repair shop. John Paul Mac Isaac, boss of the sign, reportedly handed the compromising emails to the New York Post.

A MacBook Pro that had taken on water

His story is almost as incredible as the famous Conservative tabloid’s allegations against Joe Biden. John Paul Mac Isaac, whose identity was revealed by an indiscretion from the New York Post, claims that it was Hunter Biden himself who brought him the computer containing what to incriminate his father.

He would have presented himself in April 2019 at the Mac Shop in Wilmington with, under his arm, three MacBook Pro which would have taken water. Ultimately, Hunter Biden would have left only one to mend. The very one on which John Paul Mac Isaac discovered the “holy grail” of the pro-Trump camp.

While digging through that laptop’s hard drive, he discovered emails that allegedly testified that Joe Biden used his political influence to help Burisma, a Ukrainian company that Hunter Biden had been working for since 2014. Blessed bread for Camp Trump, who has been trying unsuccessfully for over a year to link the Democratic opponent to his son’s Ukrainian affairs. This effort to destabilize Joe Biden was already at the heart of the now famous phone call that Donald Trump made to the Ukrainian president in August 2019 and which led to impeachment proceedings for the tenant of the White House.

Aware of having a political “bomb” in his hands, the Wilmington computer repairer claimed to have contacted the FBI in late 2019. But before handing the precious MacBook Pro to the federal agency, John Paul Mac Isaac made a copy from hard disk in case …

A precaution that has paid off for this fierce sympathizer of the Trumpian cause. Without news from the FBI, he decided, in September 2020, to give all the data to the lawyer of Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York who became Donald Trump’s handyman. It is this close friend of the American president who sent the information to the New York Post.

Confusion

This version of the facts advanced by John Paul Mac Isaac, and relayed by the New York Post, has not convinced some of the American media. Several of them went to visit the Wilmington repairman on Wednesday to clarify certain points. The interview, recorded and published by the Daily Beast, added a bit more confusion to an otherwise convoluted story. The “source” of the “revelations” of the New York Post shows himself, at times, contradictory in his explanations, sometimes simply refuses to answer and does not hesitate to put forward conspiracy theories dear to the pro-Trump camp to justify himself .

John Paul Mac Isaac was thus unable to confirm the identity of the person who came to restore the computer to be repaired, arguing of a visual handicap which would have prevented him from recognizing for sure Hunter Biden. His conviction rests, essentially, on a sticker of the Beau Biden Foundation (named after another son, deceased, of Joe Biden) on the MacBook Pro.

He also refused to explain why he had thoroughly explored the hard drive of a computer that he was simply responsible for repairing. He also did not justify the fact of not having revived the illustrious client who was slow to come and look for his property, simply affirming that “these are things that often happen”.

The owner of the Mac Shop has also given conflicting versions of his interactions with Rudy Giuliani. At first, he said that it was Donald Trump’s advisor who asked him to give him the hard drive, before correcting the situation by saying that it was, in fact, he who had taken the initiative to contact the lawyer for the former mayor of New York.

John Paul Mac Isaac also pointed out that he had become more and more paranoid over time, fearing that the “same thing as Seth Rich” would happen to him. A reference to a famous and delusional conspiracy theory which maintains that Hillary Clinton’s entourage ordered the assassination of a Democratic Party volunteer who knew too much about the hacked emails of Donald Trump’s ex-adversary in 2016. It is this fear that would have pushed the Wilmington merchant to contact the FBI and then with Rudy Giuliani …

These eccentric explanations did not dispel the doubts of part of the media on the authenticity of these e-mails. Some aspects of this case – last-minute revelations, obtained through hacked emails – are too reminiscent of the 2016 precedent not to evoke the specter of a new Russian disinformation operation.

The US intelligence services are also convinced that Rudy Giuliani has become the instrument of Russian spies, the Washington Post and NBC reported on Friday. One more argument to take the story of the abandoned computer in a Wilmington store with a grain of salt.

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Donald Trump and QAnon: Now the US President speaks


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When asked, US President Donald Trump did not distance himself from the conspiracy theory movement QAnon during an appearance on NBC.

“I don’t know anything about QAnon,” said Trump on Thursday evening (local time) at an NBC question time with voters in Miami, Florida.

“Let me just tell you what I hear about it is that you are very much against pedophilia, and I agree.”

Moderator Savannah Guthrie had previously approached Republican Trump about the QAnon theory that the Democrats are “a satanic pedophile ring” and that he is the “savior”. Guthrie asked, “Now can you find out once and for all that this is absolutely not true?” QAnon has continued to gain prominence in the US over the past few months.

US election on November 3, 2020

In the general election, which is due to take place along with the presidential election on November 3, there are several Republican candidates who have shown sympathy for QAnon ideas.

Trump also repeatedly distributed content from QAnon supporters on Twitter. Twitter, Facebook and Youtube have recently tightened their actions against QAnon.

That’s behind QAnon theory

The central claim of the QAnon supporters is that there is a conspiracy against US President Donald Trump in the deeper layers of the US government apparatus. They also often claim that prominent Democratic Party politicians in the United States have been treated with hormones made from the blood of children.

One strand of this was the “Pizzagate” theory, which led to an armed man rushing into a pizzeria in Washington in late 2016 to rescue allegedly imprisoned children. He was arrested by the police and no one was injured.

Donald Trump does not remember the last negative corona test

And with another statement, Donald Trump missed the chance to dispel speculation at the NBC appearance. He did not want to provide any information about when he last tested negative for the coronavirus before his Covid 19 disease.

“I don’t even remember it,” said Trump. He is constantly being tested. The question of the last negative test result is relevant because it says in the room whether Trump was possibly still holding events when he already knew he was infected.

According to Trump’s own statements, he had tested positive on the evening of October 1. He was then taken to the hospital for three days. His doctors and the White House refuse to provide information about when he last tested negative. Shortly before his positive test result, Trump had completed events. (dpa, see above)

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Secret autopsy! Mystery of the death of Roy Black – Schlager

In October 1991 Roy Black was found dead in his fishing hut. His former manager is now unpacking about the hit legend.

With hits like “It’s great to be in the world”, “Your most beautiful gift” or “All in white”, Roy Black became the star of millions of teenagers in the 1960s and 1970s. On stage he always presented himself as a beaming man, but as soon as the spotlight went out, another, lonely and melancholy side of the pop singer became visible.

Unfortunate “Schlagerfuzzi”

“He was torn inside and told me very early in conversations that he was suffering from being Roy Black. He never got over being a ‘Schlagerfuzzi’. He would have preferred to be a rocker, that was his life”, told film partner Uschi Glas once the “Bild” newspaper.

Wolfgang Kaminski, Roy Black’s last manager and close confidante, also talks about the dark side of his former client in an interview with the “Freizeit Express”: He was a “fine person”, but he had “one or the other mental imbalance” he says. This was significant after his father’s suicide.

Secret autopsy

According to his own statement, Roy told Kaminski after the tragedy that he found his father’s step courageous. “A statement that is given a completely different weighting against the background of Roy’s own death,” said Kaminski. So maybe Roy Black didn’t die after all … “It was heart failure. Officially ”, Kaminski quickly nipped all speculations in the bud.

On October 9, 1991, Roy Black died of heart failure at the age of 48 in his fishing hut in Heldenstein (Upper Bavaria), & nbsp; where he was staying alone.
On October 9, 1991, Roy Black died of heart failure at the age of 48 in his fisherman’s hut in Heldenstein (Upper Bavaria), where he was staying alone.imago images

When asked whether Roy Black was autopsied after his death, Kaminski replied tellingly: “The actual end result was only communicated to a small, internal circle …”

October 9, 2020 will mark the 29th anniversary of the death of the popular pop singer and “Ein Schloss am Wörthersee” star. In Velden am Wörther See (Carinthia) a controversial bust was erected on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of his death.

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US researchers want to solve the mystery of the end of the world – Science

US researchers have now found that there are at least 100 billion starless planets in space. One of them could hit the earth.

Are we facing a collision with a starless planet that would mean the end of our earth? At least that is what the study by a US research team suggests. According to this, there should be at least 100 billion starless planets in space that are currently traveling through the Milky Way without an anchor – one of them could trigger the end of the world. More about this in the video:

The new NASA study naturally plays into the hands of conspiracy theorists, who had already expected the end of the world from the collision with the starless planet Nibiru.

An as yet undiscovered planet at the edge of our solar system has long been suspected. More about this HERE >>

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Around a third of Germans tend to conspiracy theories (neue-deutschland.de)

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Frankfurt aM / Berlin (epd). Almost a third of Germans have a penchant for conspiracy theories. When it came to the statement “There are secret powers that control the world”, eleven percent of those questioned were sure that it was correct, according to a survey by the CDU-affiliated Konrad Adenauer Foundation, according to the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung”. 19 percent thought the statement was probably correct.

According to the report, there is a wide range of information about which secret powers are involved. One in six did not answer this question. 13 percent of those questioned who believed in such powers would have thought of commercial enterprises, banks or “financial capital”. Twelve percent would have named secret services such as the CIA, the Mossad or the KGB, which has since been dissolved. According to the newspaper, eleven percent spoke of “rich people”, “rich families” or named individual families such as the Rockefellers or the Jewish family of the Rothschilds.

Belief in conspiracy theories is not limited to a certain population group, it said: “We find this in East and West, with old and young, men and women,” the newspaper quoted from the study. However, the belief in a world conspiracy is widespread among AfD supporters: Among them, a majority of 56 percent consider the statement “there are secret powers that control the world” to be safe or probably correct. epd / nd

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Around a third of Germans tend towards conspiracy theories (neue-deutschland.de)

Photo: dpa / Friso Gentsch

Frankfurt aM / Berlin (epd). Almost a third of Germans have a penchant for conspiracy theories. When it came to the statement “There are secret powers that control the world”, eleven percent of those questioned were sure that it was correct, according to the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung” from a survey by the CDU-affiliated Konrad Adenauer Foundation. 19 percent thought the statement was probably correct.

According to the report, there is a wide range of information about which secret powers are involved. One in six did not answer this question. 13 percent of those questioned who believed in such powers would have thought of commercial enterprises, banks or “financial capital”. Twelve percent would have named secret services such as the CIA, the Mossad or the KGB, which has since been dissolved. According to the newspaper, eleven percent spoke of “rich people”, “rich families” or named individual families such as the Rockefellers or the Jewish family of the Rothschilds.

Belief in conspiracy theories is not limited to a certain population group, it said: “We find this in East and West, among old and young, men and women,” the newspaper quoted from the study. However, the belief in a world conspiracy is widespread among AfD supporters: Among them, a majority of 56 percent consider the statement “there are secret powers that control the world” to be certain or probably correct. epd / nd

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