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An incident involving 'Insulate Britain' environmentalists and a frustrated driver has caused concern about the impact of climate protests on daily life. Footage shows a group of activists blocking a busy road, preventing cars from passing through. A mother driving her SUV with her children was among the drivers affected and became visibly upset, honking her horn and asking the protestors to move. The protestors refused to budge, and the situation became heated. The mother eventually attempted to drive through the protest, nearly colliding with the protestors, who had surrounded her car. T

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Tesla battery, created by Samsung note 7? Lol

A woman with four crying children threatens to stab police officers and is arrested after police responded to Joe’s Crab Shack in Tempe, Arizona about a disturbance involving her.

May all your news years be far better than this guys.

UPS Driver Dropped

A 17-year-old German girl, Selin Islami, has contracted a rare autoimmune disease after taking her second shot of mRNA COVID jab.

Selin was a top gymnast but now needs constant care and rehabilitation as the disease has made her unable to even walk. She has been in this condition for the past year.

Myasthenia gravis is a chronic autoimmune, neuromuscular disease that causes weakness in the skeletal muscles that worsens after periods of activity and improves after periods of rest. These muscles are responsible for functions involving breathing and moving parts of the body, including the arms and legs.

When you import the third world you become the third world

At least 10 people have been killed, and about 40 injured, by a huge fuel tanker explosion near a hospital east of Johannesburg.

The tanker appeared to have got stuck under a low bridge on Saturday morning in Boksburg city, about 100m from Tambo Memorial Hospital.

Patients were evacuated from the hospital's casualty after part of the roof collapsed following the blast.

The truck was carrying liquid petroleum gas.

"Apparently, a gas tanker drove under the subway bridge and got stuck in there, and due to friction, it caught alight," emergency services spokesperson William Ntladi was quoted as saying.

As firefighters tried to put out the blaze, there was a huge second explosion - captured on amateur video - that destroyed a fire engine and two motor vehicles.

There are fears the death toll could rise, as 19 people are in critical condition and 15 others are stable but seriously hurt, AFP reports.

Eyewitness Michael Kulinji described the blast as "more like a bomb" and told the Reuters news agency that he had seen the fire under the bridge.

Another witness, Jean Marie Booysen, said that she saw "immense flames at about 06:35 local time (04:35 GMT) and thought "this feels like 6.5 on the Richter", according to Reuters.

Footage apparently taken in the immediate aftermath of the blast shows a number of dazed and burned people stumbling around a residential area near the epicenter.

At least 10 people have been killed, and about 40 injured, by a huge fuel tanker explosion near a hospital east of Johannesburg.

The tanker appeared to have got stuck under a low bridge on Saturday morning in Boksburg city, about 100m from Tambo Memorial Hospital.

Patients were evacuated from the hospital's casualty after part of the roof collapsed following the blast.

The truck was carrying liquid petroleum gas.

"Apparently, a gas tanker drove under the subway bridge and got stuck in there, and due to friction, it caught alight," emergency services spokesperson William Ntladi was quoted as saying.

As firefighters tried to put out the blaze, there was a huge second explosion - captured on amateur video - that destroyed a fire engine and two motor vehicles.

There are fears the death toll could rise, as 19 people are in critical condition and 15 others are stable but seriously hurt, AFP reports.

Eyewitness Michael Kulinji described the blast as "more like a bomb" and told the Reuters news agency that he had seen the fire under the bridge.

Another witness, Jean Marie Booysen, said that she saw "immense flames at about 06:35 local time (04:35 GMT) and thought "this feels like 6.5 on the Richter", according to Reuters.

Footage apparently taken in the immediate aftermath of the blast shows a number of dazed and burned people stumbling around a residential area near the epicenter.

THIS VIDEO IS BEING BLOCKED FROM BEING SENT OVER CELL PHONES: IT IS a DAMNING VIDEO WARNING PARENTS TO NOT VACCINATE THEIR CHILDREN

POLL ACTIVIST REQUEST: RETWEET THIS VIDEO ON TWITTER, IF YOU USE TWITTER.

ALL PARENTS MUST WATCH THIS!

Biotech Analyst Karen Kingston is urging parents to be cautious when following the childhood immunization schedule.

Mainly because vaccine manufacturers may be changing their traditional vaccines to MRNA.

(PERSONALLY, A FRIEND SENT THE VIDEO TO ME, AND EVERY TIME I TRY TO WATCH IT ON MY PHONE, MY PHONE SHUTS OFF! SHUTS OFF?!? I'VE NEVER SEEN THAT HAPPEN BEFORE. AND IT HAPPENS EVERY TIME I TRY TO WATCH THE VIDEO. I WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ABOUT 30 SECONDS, THEN MY PHONE SHUTS OFF. IT IS ABOUT AN 8 MINUTE VIDEO)

AND OTHERS ONLINE ARE EXPERIENCING SIMILAR PROBLEMS WITH THE VIDEO - NOT BEING ABLE TO SEND IT, IT BEING BLOCKED, ETC ETC

AND REMEMBER: ALMOST CERTAINLY, THE NEW SCAMDEMIC 2 THAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN VERY SOON, WILL BE BASED OFF OF CHILDREN GETTING SICK OFF OF THESE SO CALLED "VACCINES".
REMEMBER, THEY HAVE SAID THE NEXT PANDEMIC WILL TARGET CHILDREN.

Keeps Getting Worse by the Second....Man Chose to Ignore The Storm Warnings

An 82-year-old Alabama woman was left in tears after being handcuffed, arrested and thrown in jail for failing to pay a $77.80 trash bill.

One of the officers who’d come to arrest Martha Menefield, an 82-year-old Black woman, for failure to pay a $77 trash bill, told her not to cry.

The officer had tapped her on the back, she said. She was already in handcuffs.

When two officers pulled up outside her Valley, Alabama home on Sunday, Menefield didn’t know why they were there. She said the officers – one white, one Black – got out of their patrol car and approached her home. One of the officers said they were there to arrest her for failure to pay her trash bill.

Menefield just laughed. She genuinely thought the officer was joking.

2 men charged and arrested in Cleveland after pointing their g*ns at Cleveland Police Officer. The officer didn’t notice at first due to the tinted windows but later came across the video posted on their social media.

The Albuquerque Police Department shared more information Friday about what led to a police shooting on Nov. 10.

Early in the morning, APD officers were chasing 41-year-old Jesus Crosby.

“The sergeant was familiar with Mr. Crosby for prior encounters at the Prisoner Transport Center,” said APD Deputy Commander Kyle Hartsock. “The first incident was in September and Mr. Crosby was issued an order to no longer trespass on the property.”

Lapel video from the shooting shows officers trying to reason with Crosby, asking him to put what they thought was a knife down, but Crosby takes off, and police follow him.

Eventually, he can be seen on lapel video taking what APD said was an “aggressive stance” – still holding what they thought was a knife.

The knife was later identified as nail clippers, with the sharp file folded out.

Members of the Crisis Intervention Team had tried several times to get Crosby treatment in the past, but it was unsuccessful, according to police.

“This case highlights the difficulty of interacting with people who are unhoused and people who have mental illness and the problems that the system has for these individuals,” said APD Commander Matt Dietzel, with the department’s Crisis Intervention Team. “I hope that these events and similar events encourage all of us to work harder with our unhoused to avoid these kinds of tragedies.”

Officers asked Crosby several times to drop the nail clippers, but he wouldn’t, according to APD.

Then moments later, several shots were fired, killing Crosby.

Chief Medina said at least one officer used a taser.

“There were different officers, and they were nearly at the same time they were used, at least one used a Taser,” he said.

This Asian store owner must eat his Wheaties and spinach every day to be able to hold this door shut without budging as two New York City thugs try their luck with the 100% off sale that seems to be sweeping the nation.

Authorities say at least one officer fatally shot a knife-wielding man in front of his parents after responding to a family dispute Friday afternoon on the West Side.

Albuquerque Police Department Chief Harold Medina said no officers were injured and three are being placed on standard administrative leave.

“We know we have at least one officer who fired their weapon, and we know we have another that fired less-lethal options,” he said at a briefing outside a West Side neighborhood.

Medina did not say how many rounds were fired.

The Multi-Agency Task Force will investigate the shooting.

Medina described it as the bookend of “a tough 24 hours” due to a “tremendous amount of domestic violence calls.”

“The father and mother are obviously distraught; they’re speaking to detectives and as far as I know they are cooperating,” he said.

It was the third time over the past few weeks that a man armed with a knife has been fatally shot by authorities in the city after less-lethal options were used.

Medina said the incident and subsequent investigation may lead to an evaluation of how officers are approaching these incidents and the effectiveness of less-lethal options.

He said sometimes less-lethal options are less effective in winter due to people wearing thicker clothing, whether it's Taser prongs not sticking or 40 mm foam rounds not having the same effect.

Medina said he didn’t know if the son was wearing layers.

Albuquerque police have shot or shot at 18 people this year, killing someone in nine of those incidents. Last year, APD shot 10 people, four of them died.

Friday’s incident began as a family dispute.

Medina said around 3:20 p.m. a woman called 911 to report a fight between her son and husband at a home in the 2200 block of Odessa SW, near Messina and Gibson. He said the initial call possibly involved the mention of mental health issues, inebriation and a weapon, but that is still being verified.

He said officers arrived with a “force array” of lethal and less-lethal options and met the father outside the home. Medina said the son, who they believe was in his 30s, came out of the house armed with “at least two knives” and “some kind of altercation occurred.”

“It seems like it was almost immediate. The early indication is the officers may not even have had the chance to de-escalate because it unfolded so quickly,” he said.

Medina said at least one foam round was fired, but “did not have the effect we were hoping.” Medina said the son was then fatally shot by at least one officer.

Changing license plates before exiting the tunnel on a busy highway never seemed like a good idea to begin with.

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