dutchsinse: Massive M7.0 earthquake strikes Europe / Turkey — Major damage across region
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Date: Friday, 30-Oct-2020 12:56:18
|Were the White Hats targeting a DUMB to rescue children and adults? Per CSEM / EMSC, the epicenter was 10 km deep about 18 km NNE of Néon Karlovásion, Greece.|
-NW 10/30/2020 — Massive M7.0 earthquake strikes Europe / Turkey — Major damage across region
https://youtu.be/nK4H1SRDsL0 Cyprus was warned for upper M5.0 to lower M6.0 range for this past week… and now….. Turkey / Greece were hit by a magnitude larger than expected… M7.0 . This is the largest earthquake in years for Europe and the Mediterranean region. https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/nK4H1SRDsL0
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Escape from Paris: City is gridlocked as 10s of 1,000s flee, violent protests and shelves are stripped ahead of New Lockdown that BANS travel
https://youtu.be/FJjviuDrFrY Escape from Paris: City is gridlocked as 10s of 1,000s flee, violent protests and shelves are stripped ahead of New Lockdown that BANS travel Thousands of Parisians caused massive traffic jams as they tried to flee the French capital for the country Huge numbers of locals attempted a mass exodus in a bid to avoid the start of the second national lockdown Many were enjoying their final night of freedom in France ahead of new lockdown restrictions from Friday Draconian measures will see people needing documents to show their reasonable excuse for leaving home Europe has seen rising infections, with France recording 47,637 new infections in 24 hours and 235 deaths Tens of thousands of Parisians last night caused massive traffic jams in a desperate attempt to flee the French capital ahead of the start of Emmanuel Macron’s new national shutdown. Video posted to Twitter shows huge numbers of Parisians attempting a mass exodus out of the city in a bid to avoid the 9pm curfew and the start of the second lockdown from midnight. The night air was filled with the sound of blaring car horns while social media users estimated that Parisians had created ‘hundreds of miles’ of gridlock to escape to their second homes in the country. Revellers also seized the opportunity to spend one last night with friends and family last night before bars and restaurants are closed as the French government plunges the country back into lockdown. Meanwhile French people emptied supermarkets in a repeat of the panic-buying that swept Europe in March as Parisians and other city dwellers prepared for a month in confinement. Shoppers stocked up on pasta and toilet roll while people queued outside hairdressers for a final trim. Office workers in the capital’s business district hauled their equipment to cars and trains in preparation for WFH. Emmanuel Macron’s draconian measures are due to be enforced until at least December 1, with people required to carry documents justifying their reason for leaving home that will be subject to police checks.
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Turkey’s Izmir hit with magnitude 7.0 earthquake | DW News
604,694 views•Oct 30, 20205.4K240ShareSaveDW News 1.81M subscribers Turkey has been struck by a powerful earthquake off its Aegean coast, causing buildings to collapse in the coastal city of Izmir. The quake’s epicenter was north of the Greek island of Samos, with the US Geological Survey putting it at a magnitude of 7.0. Tremors were felt as far away as Athens and Istanbul. In Izmir, social media footage showed a collapsed building. There are no immediate reports of casualties.
LIVE: France Terror Attack in Nice Part of Wave of Islamic Extremism | Happening Today
27,403 views•Streamed live on Oct 29, 2020184103ShareSaveBloomberg QuickTake: Now 645K subscribers (Oct. 29) A man armed with a knife attacked people inside a French church and killed three Thursday, prompting the government to raise its security alert status to the maximum level hours before a nationwide coronavirus lockdown. The attack in Mediterranean city of Nice was the third in two months in France that authorities have attributed to Muslim extremists, including the beheading of a teacher. It comes during a growing furor over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad that were republished in recent months by the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo — renewing vociferous debate in France and the Muslim world over the depictions that Muslims consider offensive but are protected by French free speech laws. The French consulate in the Saudi city of Jiddah was also targeted Thursday, a man claiming allegiance to an anti-immigrant group was shot and killed by police in the southern French city of Avignon, and scattered confrontations were reported elsewhere, but it is unclear whether they were linked to the attack in Nice. France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation, and President Emmanuel Macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites from around 3,000 currently to 7,000. France’s national police chief had already ordered increased security at churches and mosques earlier this week, but no police appeared to be guarding the Nice church when it was attacked, and Associated Press reporters saw no visible security forces at multiple prominent religious sites in Paris on Thursday. French churches have been ferociously attacked by extremists in recent years, and Thursday’s killings come ahead of the Roman Catholic All Saints’ holiday. The assailant was wounded by police and hospitalized after the killings at the Notre Dame Basilica, a half-mile (less than a kilometer) from the site in 2016 where another attacker plowed a truck into a Bastille Day crowd, killing dozens of people. Thursday’s attacker was believed to be acting alone, and police are not searching for other assailants, said two police officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to be publicly named. “He cried ‘Allah Akbar!’ over and over, even after he was injured,” said Nice Mayor Christian Estrosi, who confirmed a woman and a man died inside the church, while a second woman fled to a nearby bar but was mortally wounded. “The meaning of his gesture left no doubt.” Shots punctuated the air and witnesses screamed as police stationed at the grandiose doors to the church appeared to fire at the attacker inside, according to videos obtained by The Associated Press. For a time after the attack, explosions could be heard as sappers detonated suspicious objects. It was the third attack since Charlie Hebdo republished the caricatures in September as the trial opened for the 2015 attacks at the paper’s offices and a kosher supermarket. The gunmen in that attack claimed allegiance to the Islamic State group and al-Qaida, which both recently called anew for strikes against France. A verdict is planned for Nov. 13, the fifth anniversary of another series of deadly Islamic State attacks in Paris. The recent attacks come amid renewed outcry over depictions of Islam’s most revered prophet — whose birthday was marked in several countries Thursday — and the French government’s fierce defense of the right to publish and show them. Muslims have held protests in several countries and called for a boycott of French goods. Dozens of Pakistani students rallied in the capital Thursday to denounce Macron. “With the attack against Samual Paty, it was freedom of speech that was targeted,” Prime Minister Jean Castex told lawmakers Thursday, referring to the teacher who was beheaded after showing his class caricatures of the prophet during a civics lesson. “With this attack in Nice, it is freedom of religion.”
Daily Mail 974K subscribers France’s new coronavirus lockdown: Several hundred protesters marched through the cafe-lined streets of central Paris on Thursday to oppose a government lockdown which comes into force at midnight. Revellers also seized the opportunity to spend one last night with friends and family tonight before bars and restaurants are closed as the French government plunges the country back into lockdown. Emmanuel Macron’s draconian measures are due to be enforced until at least December 1, with people required to carry documents justifying their reason for leaving home that will be subject to police checks.
France 2nd nationwide lockdown – Paris gridlocked as thousands flee city
102,840 views•Oct 30, 2020930173ShareSaveThe Sun 1.08M subscribers Coronavirus latest – THOUSANDS of Parisians caused huge traffic jams last night as they fled the city ahead of France’s new national lockdown.
The lockdown in Wales is ‘psychotic and absolutely deranged’
182,306 views•Oct 25, 20206.8K241ShareSaveSky News Australia 849K subscribers The most “perverse” factor of Wales’ newly imposed “psychotic” lockdowns is how all non-essential supermarket items have been taped off, on the orders of the Welsh government, according to Spiked Online editor Brendan O’Neill. Wales has entered a 17-day lockdown in a bid to stem the spread of COVID-19 which includes closing all borders in and out of the country, and closing all non-essential services. The government has also ordered supermarkets tape off non-essential items such as books, birthday cards and clothing. “They’ve decreed – in their infinite wisdom the government of Wales – that these are non-essential items,” Mr O’Neil told Sky News. “We’ve now reached a situation where bureaucrats are dictating to the people what is essential and what is non-essential. “They’ve essentially banned books in Wales. This is the lunacy of the lockdown, and it’s getting worse and worse.”