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June 18, 2021

Jun 18 09:44

New Yorkers demand action as 8,000 homeless people remain in hotels in Midtown where crime has spiked 170% and mayoral hopeful Andrew Yang says residents should be able to go out without fearing a 'mentally ill person is going to lash out at us'

Residents of Midtown Manhattan have demanded action over New York City's continuing homelessness crisis that appeared at a political standstill on Thursday night.

Jun 18 09:35

Canadian Political Leader Arrested for Attending Small Anti-Lockdown Protest—Days After Trudeau Attended Massive Ontario Gathering

By Patrick Carroll

Maxime Bernier, the leader of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC), was arrested last Friday after speaking at an anti-lockdown protest in St-Pierre-Jolys, Manitoba. He was arrested for violating provincial health orders, which prohibit indoor and outdoor gatherings on both public and private property and mandate 14 days of self-isolation for anyone entering the province...


Jun 18 09:05

Hiring an e-scooter? Wear a helmet! Study warns that 28 per cent of injuries are to the head and neck - including concussions, lacerations and brain damage

Alarming new research suggests the UK government's decision not to make e-scooter riders wear helmets is not only misguided, but potentially lethal.

Jun 18 09:02

THIRTY Tesla crashes including 10 deaths linked to assisted driver system are being investigated by U.S. safety agency

Investigations are now ongoing into 30 Tesla crashes involving 10 deaths linked to the cars' assisted driver system, a U.S. auto safety regulator has revealed.

Jun 18 08:58

The horror (Picture)

Jun 18 08:58

Tax experts slam Biden's mess of a 'double death' tax that will make bereaved families pay TWICE, wipe out value of inherited properties and 'crush' small businesses and farms - but it won't impact his Delaware homes

The Biden administration's plan to hike the inheritance tax bill for wealthy Americans will snare the middle class, farmers and family businesses in a double taxation dragnet to finance its massive spending plans, according to tax experts.


Jun 18 08:56

Google fixes seventh Chrome zero-day exploited in the wild this year

Google has released Chrome 91.0.4472.114 for Windows, Mac, and Linux to fix four security vulnerabilities, with one of them a high severity zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild.

This version, released today, June 17th, 2021, to the Stable desktop channel, has started rolling out worldwide and will become available to all users over the next few days.

Google Chrome will automatically attempt to upgrade the browser the next time you launch the program, but you can perform a manual update by going to Settings > Help > 'About Google Chrome'.

Jun 18 08:47

GOP Senators Vote Unanimously to Make Juneteenth New 'Independence Day,' Despite Just 7% Support From GOP Base

All Republicans in the Senate and the overwhelming majority of Republicans in the House joined with Democrats to make Juneteenth our new "National Independence Day," despite a poll showing only 7 percent of Republicans support the move.

Jun 18 08:27

Life Near Fracking Wells = More Birth Defects, Childhood Asthma, Childhood Leukemia — One American Community’s Struggle

Earlier this year, another study confirmed that children living near fracking wells are more vulnerable to health issues. Of course, it’s not only children who are vulnerable. What’s happening in one American community serves as a warning to us all.


Jun 18 08:25

London Stands Up 14 06 21

Jun 18 08:24

Lori Lightfoot declares racism a public health crisis and allocates $10M of COVID funding to fight it - weeks after she refused to be interviewed by white reporters

The mayor of Chicago has declared racism to be a public health crisis, and allocated $10 million in COVID relief funding to combat it.

Jun 18 08:23

Insulin (Picture)

Jun 18 08:23

Black Americans are 3.5 TIMES more likely to visit the ER for car crash injuries than white patients, CDC report finds

Black Americans are much more likely to visit emergency rooms (ERs) than whites for car crash injuries, a new report finds.

Jun 18 08:21

Portland Police's entire riot squad of 50 RESIGNS in protest after cop was charged with assault for striking 'activist photographer' during BLM protest that saw federal building set alight

Portland's 50-person riot squad resigned in protest Wednesday in solidarity with one of their colleagues indicted for striking a photographer they claim was a rioter.


Jun 18 08:20

Blow the ‘Covid’ Whistle Website – your chance to say what you know

Who we are

We are a diverse team of dedicated women and men from professional backgrounds including corporate, military and medical, who care deeply and profoundly about preserving inherent rights, freedoms and sovereignty that are being disregarded and stamped on unlawfully under our noses behind the smokescreen of an alleged pandemic.

We want to create a secure space where you feel supported to come forward and speak your truth. We will support you from start to finish and allow you as much time as you need. We need more senior women and men coming forward.

Jun 18 08:19

Awkward ...(Picture)

Jun 18 08:16

Dann good idea! (Picture)


Jun 18 08:13

The truth (Picture)

Jun 18 08:09

What the f*ck (Picture)



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Jun 18 08:08

Enid Blyton fans slam English Heritage 'insulting' re-appraisal of children's author's work as 'racist and xenophobic' as group stands by move (and gives Benjamin Franklin and Rudyard Kipling the same treatment)

The prolific English children's writer has enchanted millions of young readers for a century with tales of adventure, ginger beer and buns, selling 600million books in 90 languages.

But Ms Blyton, whose novels have been among the world's best-sellers since the 1920s, has been linked to racism in updated English Heritage information about the blue plaque on the Chessington home where she wrote her first stories while working as a nursery governess between 1920 and 1924.

The updated description on the EH website and app says: 'Blyton's work has been criticised during her lifetime and after for its racism, xenophobia and lack of literary merit. In 2016, Blyton was rejected by the Royal Mint for commemoration on a 50p coin because, the advisory committee minutes record, she was "a racist, sexist, homophobe and not a very well-regarded writer".'

Jun 18 07:36

More pandemic corruption: Refusal to fully recognize natural immunity


Jun 18 07:35

BBC Producing ClimateGate Drama Depicting Disgraced Scientists as Victims of Hacking

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has revealed plans to make a dramatic film about the 2009 ClimateGate e-mail scandal involving scientists at the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. Titled The Trick — a reference to one of the infamous e-mails uncovered in the scandal — the drama would appear to be portraying the scientists as victims of a cyberattack rather than the charlatans that some of the e-mails showed them to be.

The BBC clearly foretold the drama’s intentions, writing, “Professor Jones became the victim of cyber terrorism with stolen emails used by human-induced climate change deniers to promote their view of global warming ahead of an international conference.”

Jun 18 07:30

Royal Caribbean discovers that vaccines cause outbreaks, after eight vaccinated crew members test POSITIVE for COVID

Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas was scheduled to leave Port Everglades on July 3rd. The cruise was halted after eight crew members tested positive for COVID. Strange enough, all eight COVID-positive crew members were “vaccinated” for COVID, proving yet again that these spike protein bioweapons do not stop people from testing positive for COVID or transmitting infection. Royal Caribbean has discovered that the VACCINATED cause outbreaks, and vaccines are not magic elixirs that prevent infection at all times.

Jun 18 07:16

Was the Fed a case of Much Ado About Nothing?

Jun 18 06:59

Paul Zipser, a 27-year-old who played briefly in the @NBA and is now in the German league, just had emergency surgery for a brain bleed following his @JNJNews #Covid vaccination.

Pro athletes are the fittest people in the world. Why on earth would they be vaccinated?

Jun 18 06:58

Snow falls in Argentina’s Córdoba for first time in 14 years

Snowfall surprised residents of several areas of the interior of Argentina Wednesday, including the city of Córdoba, which was blanketed in white for the first time in 14 years.

Across social networks, #Córdoba was the most used hashtag throughout the day, with multitudes of messages from users in the area saying they had not seen snow since 2007, and publishing their photos and videos.

“This is how our field woke up. It snowed in Córdoba after 14 years,” wrote the Club Atlético Las Flores on Twitter.

Due to the situation, the Highway Police of the province had to stop traffic on various national and provincial routes, but no significant incidents were recorded.


Jun 18 06:52

The Hoax is In by Mike Palecek

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Jun 18 06:44

israel's war on truth - paid shills and trolls underneath your comments

Jun 18 06:42

This is unacceptable. (Picture)


Jun 18 06:40

US Senate passes bill to give billions of dollars in funding for human-animal hybrid experiments

The U.S. Senate has passed a bill which will allocate billions of dollars to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), with some of the funds expected to go toward a disturbing form of research whereby tissue from aborted babies is spliced with animal cells to create mixed-species organisms called “chimeras.”

Introduced by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-New York), the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (USICA), also called the “Endless Frontier Act,” was passed by the Senate in a 68-32 vote June 9.

Supposed to address growing Chinese technological competition by increasing investment in American innovation in science and technology to the tune of $250 billion, the bill had been hotly debated on the Senate floor for weeks, with over 600 amendments being proposed before last week’s vote.

Jun 18 06:39

Sidney Powell Gives AG Garland A Harsh Warning

Attorney Sidney Powell suggested Attorney General Merrick Garland should recuse himself from any Justice Department action against Republican-backed audits of the 2020 election.

The former federal prosecutor agreed with Steve Bannon, who was chief White House strategist early in the Trump administration, when he warned Garland should keep his distance after he was picked by President Joe Biden for the role.

"I think he should be recused, yes. I found his conduct absolutely appalling," she sneered during an interview Wednesday on Bannon's War Room podcast.

Jun 18 06:38

Biden Nominee Was A Domestic Terrorist

President Biden's nominee to work as the head of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "collaborated with eco-terrorists" in a tree spiking plan before trading her court testimony for legal immunity, according to various court documents.

In 1993, Biden's nominee to head up BLM, Tracy Stone-Manning, was given legal immunity for her testimony that she retyped and sent an anonymous letter to the U.S. Forest Service on behalf of John P. Blount, her former roommate and friend, those documents show.


Jun 18 06:35

Escalation? Russian Is Conducting 'War Games' Off Of Hawaii

U.S. military scrambled fighter jets in reply to the Russian Navy carrying what Moscow officials proclaimed as its largest exercise in the Pacific Ocean since the end of the Cold War.

The exercise, which appears just as President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet face-to-face in a much-anticipated summit, was carried roughly 300-500 miles west of Hawaii and included surface ships, anti-submarine aircraft, and long range bombers, according to CBS News.

U.S. defense officials announced that F-22s did not intercept any Russian aircraft, which did not enter the Air Defense Identification Zone, according to the report.

A U.S. carrier strike group, directed by the USS Vinson and conducting a preplanned strike group certification exercise roughly 200 miles east of Hawaii, was pushed closer to Hawaii in response to the Russian action, according to CBS News.

Jun 18 06:34

DR ROGER HODKINSON - SERIOUS CONCERNS AROUND FERTILITY AND THE COVID VACCINATIONS.

Jun 18 06:26

Hackers are using an old but devious trick to spread new malware

icrosoft security experts are sounding the alarm on a new malware threat that uses an old but devious method to implant its code onto victims’ computers

It seems that the malware operators behind SolarMarker are finding new success with an old trick called “SEO poisoning.” Basically, according to Microsoft, this involves “stuffing” thousands of PDF documents with SEO keywords and links which start a cascade of redirections that eventually leads the unsuspecting user to malware. “The attack works by using PDF documents designed to rank on search results,” Microsoft Security Intelligence explained on Twitter in recent days. “To achieve this, attackers padded these documents with >10 pages of keywords on a wide range of topics, from ‘insurance form’ and ‘acceptance of contract’ to ‘how to join in SQL’ and ‘math answers

Jun 18 06:20

Bibi and the One State Solution

I am slightly amused by the many voices who celebrate what is perceived as the end of the Netanyahu era. Of course, I am not a Netanyahu supporter, far from it, but I will give Netanyahu credit where he deserves it. ‘King Bibi,’ as his Jewish supporters often refer to him, was actually a crucial factor in the rise of Palestinian resistance and Palestinian unity. Bibi was a pragmatist who managed to pull his nation, the region and even the entire world into a chain of disasters in a desperate but relentless attempt to save himself. Bibi is not a conspirator. He did it all in the open, and despite this, he is still the most popular politician in Israel.

As I have pointed out many times before, Israel is not politically divided. The vast majority of Israeli Knesset Members (MKs) are to the right of Netanyahu. Israel’s political establishment is divided over Netanyahu, but primarily due to personal rifts.


Jun 18 06:19

Conclusion on the Non-Summit hologram Biden vs. Volodya Putin

Jun 18 06:16

Stand your ground. (Picture)

Jun 18 06:13

China Cancels Its Billionaire Celebrity

One of Jack Ma’s business partners confirms that Ma, who was China’s richest man, now spends his days painting.

You can be forgiven if you haven’t heard much about Jack Ma. China doesn’t want you to know much about Jack Ma right now. Ma was once a celebrity billionaire, earning fame and fortune as the co-founder and CEO of Alibaba. So why has the most famous businessman in China gone missing? A new interview with one of Ma’s closest associates shows that the Chinese Communist Party has muzzled Ma because of his criticism of the Communist regime. The crackdown is evidence that leader Xi Jinping has absolute authority in China, and this episode should give Americans the moral courage to stand up for our values.



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Jun 18 06:12

Holy Moly, Fed’s Reverse Repos Spike to $756 Billion, Undoing 6 Months of QE. In Opposite Direction, Fed’s QE Pushes Assets Past $8 Trillion

The Fed sold a record $756 billion in Treasury securities this morning in exchange for cash via overnight “reverse repos.” This was up by a stunning 45% from yesterday’s operations of $521 billion. There were 68 counterparties involved. Yesterday’s overnight reverse repos had matured and unwound this morning, to be more than replaced by today’s tsunami.

During the period starting in 2014 and then abating with the Fed’s quantitative tightening in 2018, the US financial system was also creaking under a massive amount of cash following years of QE, and the Fed drained some of that cash out via reverse repos. There too were spikes, but they came at the last day of the quarter, and particularly at the end of the year.

Jun 18 06:11

Dr. Michael Yeadon, former VP of Pfizer and Chief Scientist of Pfizer Global R&D - Fauci Lying For Months, I WIll Testify

Jun 17 20:43

Dangerous pathogens found on children’s face masks

The analysis detected the following 11 dangerous pathogens on the masks:

Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumonia)
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (tuberculosis)
Neisseria meningitidis (meningitis, sepsis)
Acanthamoeba polyphaga (keratitis and granulomatous amebic encephalitis)
Acinetobacter baumanni (pneumonia, blood stream infections, meningitis, UTIs—resistant to antibiotics)
Escherichia coli (food poisoning)
Borrelia burgdorferi (causes Lyme disease)
Corynebacterium diphtheriae (diphtheria)
Legionella pneumophila (Legionnaires’ disease)
Staphylococcus pyogenes serotype M3 (severe infections—high morbidity rates)
Staphylococcus aureus (meningitis, sepsis)

Jun 17 20:41

Foo Fighters: Former fans ‘throw albums in bin’ after band announce ‘no vaccine, no gig’ policy

A small group of Foo Fighters fans are throwing a tantrum after the band announced a gig exclusively for those who are fully vaccinated.

On Tuesday (8 June), the rock group announced that they will play New York’s Madison Square Garden on 20 June for fans who have been vaccinated against Covid-19. Fans must have received their second dose at least 14 days before the concert takes place, as the event will be mask-free.

The band confirmed that children under the age of 16 will be allowed to present a negative Covid test in lieu of receiving their vaccination.

The news was met with outrage by a few self-proclaimed fans, who have declared their intention to abandon the band as a result.

“I’ll never buy another ticket to a @foofighters concert,” tweeted comedian Josh Denny.

Jun 17 20:41

[Video] The 97 Percent Collusion

A short video exposing the climate change hoax - the punchline is at the end...

Jun 17 18:48

“Dangerous Precedent”: US High Court Sides With Corporate Giants Nestlé and Cargill in Child Slavery Case

By Julia Conley

Human rights advocates Thursday denounced a Supreme Court decision in favor of the U.S. corporate giants Nestlé USA and Cargill, which were sued more than a decade ago by six men who say the two companies were complicit in child trafficking and profited when the men were enslaved on cocoa farms as children.

The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 against the plaintiffs, saying they had not proven the companies’ activities in the U.S. were sufficiently tied to the alleged child trafficking. The companies had argued that they could not be sued in the U.S. for activities that took place in West Africa.

Neal Katyal, former acting solicitor general under the Obama administration, represented the two companies and also argued that they could not be sued for complicity in child trafficking because they are corporations, not individuals...

Jun 17 18:16

Skynews Australia Reported the Wuhan Institute of Virology Maintained a Reservoir of Bat Viruses and Related Vaccines which Compliments TGP’s April 2020 Reporting

Skynews Australia came out this past week with a report showing that the Wuhan Institute of Virology maintained a reservoir of bat virus samples and related vaccines. This piece complimented our reporting from April of 2020.

Jun 17 18:16

BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Did Opportunists In the US Cede to China Crypto-currency Like Others Did Biowarfare Technology?

Did Opportunists in the US cede China crypto-currency like they did biowarfare technology?

Jun 17 17:14

[Video] Dr. Pierre Kory: Suppressing Ivermectin Cure For Big Pharma Profits

In a public statement, Dr. Pierre Kory, Chief Medical Officer of the FLCCC Alliance, said that the U.S. is "going to commit $1.2 billion of taxpayer money in order to enrich Merck for a drug that is not yet available, which has already been the source of a whistleblower complaint, and which has already failed in hospitalized patients. We already have a drug {ivermectin} which is low cost, safe, widely available which has been proven to work in many phases of disease—not only as outpatients but in all patients." Kory also said that Merck's actions on February 5, 2021 —when they issued a statement that there was no evidence to support the efficacy of ivermectin— and called into question the safety of "one of the safest drugs known in history" was a lie that is causing "an incalculable loss of life."

Jun 17 15:24

Farmers Blame The Feds: The “Government Stole Our Water!”

Farmers in the United States have reached a breaking point. They now say that what the government has done has been so disastrous that they are willing to stand off with the Feds.

Jun 17 15:08

Radar-Equipped Drones May Protect U.S. Navy Ships From Mach 10 Hypersonic Missiles

Hypersonic missiles and drones have emerged as two of the most devastating weapons in modern warfare.

So the U.S. Navy has an idea that is almost poetic in its irony: use drones to stop hypersonic anti-ship cruise missiles.

Or more specifically, use drones to detect hypersonic missiles targeting American ships, thus giving those ships more time to shoot down or jam rockets coming in at speeds as fast as Mach 10.

“Hypersonic cruise missile threats operating at lower altitudes pose a unique challenge,” warns the Navy research announcement.

Jun 17 15:05

DOJ Warns Red States Can't Void Federal Gun Laws - Gives Blue States Grants to Void Federal Immigration Laws

The Department of Justice under Biden-appointed Attorney General Merrick Garland on Wednesday threatened Missouri that they cannot void federal gun laws -- just two months after changing DOJ policies to share $250 million in annual grants with states which void federal immigration laws.

Jun 17 15:05

Iranian ships once believed to be headed toward Venezuela change course, U.S. officials say

The Iranian navy ships believed to be originally headed toward Venezuela changed course early this week and are now steaming north up the west coast of Africa, U.S. officials said.

The ships, which U.S. officials believe may have been preparing to conduct an arms transfer, have appeared to change course several times during their journey from Iran — and could do so again. But after the course change early this week, they are likely now headed either into the Mediterranean — potentially planning to sail off of Syria — or north toward Russia, according to a defense official briefed on the situation, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive subject.

Jun 17 14:59

Third-largest diamond on Earth uncovered in Africa, miners say

Miners in Botswana have unearthed a stunning, 1,098-carat diamond that may be the third-largest diamond in the world, according to news reports.

The giant gem was uncovered June 1 in the Jwaneng mine in southern Botswana, which is considered the world's most valuable mine, according to Bloomberg. A spokesperson for mining company Debswana — a joint venture between the De Beers corporation and the government of Botswana — said that the whopping gemstone is the largest diamond ever discovered in the company's five-decade history.

Jun 17 14:53

Russian hackers attacking organizations through system used by USAID, says Microsoft

Russia-linked hackers behind the SolarWinds attack have been targeting government agencies, think tanks and non-governmental organizations through the email system of the U.S. Agency for International Development, Microsoft said late Thursday.

The wide-scale attack was uncovered this week by the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center who on Thursday identified the group responsible in a statement as Nobelium, which has been blamed for the November attack through widely used SolarWinds software that aided the breach of at least nine U.S. federal agencies as well as dozens of companies, including Fortune 500 businesses.

Jun 17 14:31

As amber-list holidays for double-jabbed Britons look likely to be back on - here are the bargains up for grabs, from £26 flights to Barcelona to a swish hotel in Malta for £77 a night

Skyscanner has flights going from London to Athens in August for £32 return
In Italy, Hotel Villa Anthea in Garda is offering stays for just £120 a night

Jun 17 14:30

Formula One of the SKIES: World's first flying race car that can go from 0–62 mph in just 2.8 seconds takes flight for the first time ahead of its race debut later this year

The 'octocopter' craft — called the Mk3 Airspeeder, and designed and built by former McLaren, Jaguar, Rolls-Royce, Boeing and Brabham engineers — will fly at speeds of between 93 and 155 miles per hour (150 to 250km/h) depending on the terrain, organisers have said.

Up to four teams and 10 aircraft will compete in the Formula One–style series, with the uncrewed cars controlled from the ground by pilots with aviation, motorsport and eSports backgrounds.

The aim is to have human pilots in the cockpit by 2022.

Jun 17 14:28

‘They’re Not Going To Listen To Kamala Harris’: Rubio Slams Kamala Over Guatemalan Immigrants

Speaking on Fox Business Thursday, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) bashed Vice-President Kamala Harris’ trip to Guatemala earlier this month, remarking that he couldn’t recall a “more disastrous series of meetings” for an American vice-president or vice-president. He added that when Harris warned the Guatemalan people not to attempt to come to the United States, they wouldn’t listen to her, as she had spent her presidential campaign saying that the United States would welcome immigrants.

Jun 17 14:23

City of San Jose mandates videotaping of all gun purchases

Gun-rights advocates, like the Sacramento-based Firearms Policy Coalition, criticized the new ordinance, calling it unconstitutional. -- “It is outrageous that Mayor Liccardo wants to use ‘Big Brother’-style omniveillance to record gun owners’ every move, violating the privacy of millions, especially at-risk firearm purchasers,” the coalition wrote in a statement.

Jun 17 14:03

It Has Begun: Want To Work? Get The Jab…

The Houston hospital that required its employees to take the experimental gene therapy shot has “paved the way” for others to do the same. Several employees sued Houston Methodist hospitals for mandating the “vaccine” but a federal judge dismissed the lawsuit which will embolden other employers to require this shot.

Jun 17 13:50

Religious Freedom Advocates Celebrate After SCOTUS Sides With Catholic Group On Gay Couple Foster Parents

Religious freedom advocates celebrated after the Supreme Court on Thursday sided with a Catholic group that rejects same-sex couples as foster parents.

Jun 17 13:19

Hidden Roots of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

By Neenah Payne

The interesting story of the CSA model begins in the 1960s and ‘70s, with a man named Booker T. Whatley, a Black horticulturist and agricultural professor...

Jun 17 13:04

Oregon students shouldn’t have to prove they can write or do math to get a diploma, lawmakers decide

A bill to prohibit Oregon schools from requiring students to show they can read, write and do math at a basic high school level is headed to Gov. Kate Brown after lawmakers gave final approval Wednesday.

The idea is to hit pause on the requirements, in place since 2009 but already suspended during the pandemic, at least until the class of 2024 gets their diplomas and for Oregon to thoughtfully reexamine its graduation requirements in the meantime. A report recommending what the new standards should be is due to the Legislature and Oregon Board of Education by September 2022.

But since Oregon has long insisted it would not impose new graduation requirements on students who have already begun high school, new requirements would not take effect until the class of 2027 at the very earliest. So at least five more classes could be expected to graduate without needing to demonstrate roughly 10th grade level proficiency in math and writing.

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