The fraudsters are still stealing, this time in China and Pakistan.
Nuclear plants are one giant worldwide fraud all right. 77/33 hoax code.
The process of loading of the 177 fuel assemblies into the core of unit 5 at China’s Fuqing nuclear power plant has begun, China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) announced. The unit – the first of two demonstration Hualong One reactors at the site in Fujian province – is scheduled to begin operating by the end of this year. Fuel loading operations get under way at Fuqing 5 (Image: CNNC) The first fuel assembly was loaded into the reactor’s core at 3.30pm today, just after the issuance of the unit’s o
According to investigators, the victim, now identified as 45-year-old John Wheeler, was waiting outside an apartment building at 1350 Danforth Road, located north of Eglinton Avenue East, shortly after 3:30 a.m. when he was approached by two male suspects.
The soft/sun approach always works better than the hard/North wind approach (Greta) when it comes to influence operations (IO) propaganda. Songs and jingles and happy children are particularly effective.
Clearly Burger Pig has taken a page from this fable.
Reduced methane emissions beef. Do the cows know they are part of the solution?
Only thing missing from this shameless piece of pandering is the masks.
A fine blend of covid/conspiracies/Qanon/middle aged/military/white/guns/Trudeau/celebs to link crazy with anyone questioning the coronavirushoax.
This toxic mix of tropes and memes is more obvious than the future mess that will be part of the mythical covid vaccine.
More pathetic psyOp writings for the Canadians who even bother reading the “news”.
The jalapeno sausage part of the story is a particularly puerile poo poo pee pee joke.
He is also the owner of a small meat company with a flagship garlic jalapeno sausage he is proud of. A father and a member of the local Lions Club, he was described as “a community-minded personality” in the local paper, back when his only notoriety was how spicy his “Ring of Fire” sausages were. The COVID-19 pandemic and its emergency restrictions brought considerable change to Hurren — to his work, his military life, his public pastimes and, perhaps, his state of mind.
Hurren was charged Friday with 22 criminal offenses: one of uttering threats, the rest relating to his four firearms and ammunition brought into the Rideau grounds.