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Witness on Jeffrey Epstein’s paedo island is being deposed as a witness for that lawsuit against Prince Andrew.
Employee on Jeffrey Epstein’s private island delivers bombshell evidence against Prince Andrew
For the past two decades, Steve Scully has been abiding by a strict code of silence. He is no longer keeping quiet.
'Klaus Schwab's School'
Don't fall for the myth of fast-rising population growth - Merryn Somerset Webb.
Boris Johnson allegedly overruled the advice of staff to promote the business interests of his former lover Jennifer Arcuri
Jennifer Arcuri: ‘How Johnson pledged help for my business to win my love’
“I approached the boundary. No explanation was necessary for me to understand, at the age of ten, that once I cross[ed] the boundary, I could never come back— period. I was more than thrilled to cross. I intended to cross, but my ancestors over another boundary caught my attention. They were talking in telepathy, which caught my attention. I was born profoundly deaf and had all hearing family members, all of which knew sign language! I could read or communicate with about twenty ancestors of mine and others through telepathic methods. It overwhelmed me. I could not believe how many people I could telepathize with simultaneously. 22
Pertamina's oil refinery in Cilacap, Central Java caught fire at 19.20 November 13, 2021.
This is the second time the Cilacap facility has caught on fire, with another blaze reported in June.
Indonesia's largest oil refinery on fire
Between 1609 to 1621, the Dutch East India Company conquered Indonesia's Banda Islands.
'The Dutch wanted a monopoly on the highly lucrative trade in nutmeg.
'The Banda islands became severely depopulated as a result of the massacres and forced deportations by the Dutch.
'The conquest culminated in the Banda massacre, which saw 2,800 Bandanese killed and 1,700 enslaved by the Dutch.
'Along with starvation and constant fighting, the Bandanese felt they could not continue to resist the Dutch and negotiated a surrender in 1621.
'Jan Pieterszoon Coen, the official in charge of the fighting, expelled the remaining 1,000 Bandanese to Batavia. With the Bandanese resistance ended, the Dutch secured their valuable monopoly on the spice trade.'
COEN, JAN PIETERSZOON - JewishEncyclopedia.com