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Analysis of the covid vaccine

I’ve not had time to study this fully – given the constantly changing information – but have provided initial views both in the book, Great Hysteria and the ICC complaint. In the supplementary complaint to the ICC I might provide more info. Here are some notes: 170 infections, 162 placebo, 8 vaccine.10 severe covid cases, […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Icc

Let me declare LOUDLY AND CLEARLY – there has been NO PANDEMIC this year

I’ll continue studying the madness we are seeing around us (and also learn something useful on the way, re: PCR tests and all that), but this matter – which I’ve elaborated in my ICC complaint, needs to put down as a clear marker: that THERE IS NO PANDEMIC. Regardless of whether PCR tests are good […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Icc

COVID-19 deaths are counted DIFFERENTLY to deaths from other causes: THIS IS A SERIOUS MISDEMENOUR.

Even while writing the ICC complaint I wasn’t aware of this fact – that on 24 March 2020 CDC changed the method for counting deaths ONLY from covid. All other deaths are counted using the old (2003) method. THIS PANDEMIC IS TURNING OUT BE A SINISTER AND CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE. SMELL SOMETHING FISHY? CDC has CHANGED […]
Tags: Travel, Cdc, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Icc

The failed “disciplines” of epidemiology and virology with bogus models and bogus PCR tests

I aim to write a full section/ chapter on this issue for my supplementary submission to the ICC – or maybe just a paper for my personal knowledge. Epidemiology is turning out to be far, far worse than I had thought. I’ve written a lot about it on my TOI blog, in the book The […]
Tags: Travel, Science, Bad Ideas, Icc

Australia’s HOPELESSLY IGNORANT AND UNETHICAL “epidemiologists” – an illustration

Someone shared this 30 July 2020 piece with me – to show me the way Australian “epidemiologists” think. This is SO BAD I need to keep it for my future record – I might also reference in my ICC complaint.  I’m assuming others are also pretty similar – for that might explain the shonky actions […]
Tags: Travel, Science, Australia, Bad Ideas, Icc

Taxpayer funded scare campaign by Daniel Andrews – ads and social media focused on creating panic

There have been many such ads and  videos – I’ve never bothered to click or watch any, but for my complaint to the ICC I need to assemble some of them. Please share any that you find. Every test helps us get closer to a new normal. Go to work safely. Get back to sport. […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Bad Ideas, Daniel Andrews, Icc

Breach of the Nuremberg Code on a mass scale by lockdowns IS definitely a crime against humanity

The breach of the Nuremberg Code on such a large scale that the lockdowns do is, in my view,  LEGALLY a crime against humanity. Here is the proof. All legal documents should probably start including this now, since the matter will probably need to go to the ICC in the future. The “intent” is clear […]
Tags: Travel, Current Affairs, Philosophy, Icc

ICC and World Travel & Tourism Council issue COVID-19 restart guide for the Travel & Tourism sector

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) have published a set of recommendations for safely re-opening customer-facing businesses in the age of COVID-19.
Tags: Travel, Icc, Tourism Council, World Travel Tourism Council WTTC, International Chamber of Commerce ICC, World Travel amp, Travel amp

Airbnb 20 trending 2020 destinations

Planning ahead for your 2020 travel is never a bad idea, especially when it comes to reserving your dream Airbnb before it gets booked solid. The first step, however, is figuring out exactly where to go, which can be a tougher proposition than it may sound. Luckily, Airbnb has done a lot of the work for you, using internal data to reveal which destinations are seeing the biggest increase in tourism. Many places on this year’s list made the list due to their sustainable tourism efforts, unique...
Tags: Travel, Australia, China, Milwaukee, Spain, Aberdeen, Nasa, Thailand, Atlantic, Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Romania, Kenya, Tokyo, Airbnb, Melbourne

Hotstar launches VIP option for Rs 365 per year, will collect cash for subscription

Hotstar has launched a VIP subscription option where users can watch Hotstar original, STAR network content including the Indian Premier League, ICC Cricket World Cup etc for Rs 365 per year, reports the Indian Express. VIP subscribers can watch STAR shows before they’re aired on TV, at 6am. If... ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Video, News, Internet, Streaming, Content, Icc, Hotstar

Unique Sleeps: Novotel Darling Square Sydney

The Novotel Darling Square might be Sydney’s best kept secret. No, it’s not a hot new laneway bar, but there’s a laneway full of cool bars and restaurants right next door. No, it’s not a glam new architectural marvel, but there’s one right next door. No, it’s not a historical quarter of the city, but there’s one right next door. No, it doesn’t have sprawling lush gardens, an oasis in the city, but there’s one such garden right next door. As you can see, The Novotel Darling Square is right next d...
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Icc, Lisa, Bircher, Paddy, Novotel, Mill Lane, Chinese Gardens, Darling Square, Novotel Darling Square Sydney, Novotel Darling Square, Novotel China Town, Pier St Kitchen

Visiting the Peace Palace in the Hague: The Highest Court in the World

I first visited the Peace Palace in the Hague years ago – and you can read the story below. I returned this year, filming inside for Lonely Planet. You can catch that video below as well. But if you just want the nuts and bolts info for how you can visit the Peace Palace at the Hague then, guess what, that’s below as well. So, hopefully, everybody’s happy! Visiting the Peace Palace in The Hague If any two words have come to symbolize the full weight of international justice and global condemn...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Berlin, Israel, United States, Netherlands, Amsterdam, International criminal court, International court of justice, Sudan, Icc, Inspirational People, The Hague, Schiphol, Yugoslavia, Hague

ICC orders Mali extremist to pay $3.2 million in reparations

BRUSSELS (AP) — The International Criminal court ruled Thursday that a Muslim radical found guilty of destroying World Heritage cultural sites in the Malian city of Timbuktu must pay 2.7 million euros ($3.2 million) in reparations. The court in the Netherlands found that Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi had intentionally directed attacks against nine mausoleums […]
Tags: Travel, News, Ap, Netherlands, Mali, Brussels, Timbuktu, Icc, Nation & World, Ahmad al Faqi al Mahdi

YuppTV to stream Dharma Productions movies, except in India due to Amazon deal

Global streaming application YuppTV has partnered with movie production house Dharma Productions to stream their movies. This will include titles such as Kapoor & Sons, Ok Jaanu, Brothers, Baahubali: The Beginning (Hindi), Humpty Dharma ki Dulhania and more. The movies will be available on YuppFlix, an on-demand movie streaming platform by YuppTV. However, the company said that users could access the movies across the globe but excludes India. This is probably due to Amazon Prime’s agreement wit...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Europe, Video, News, Internet, India, Video Streaming, US, Austria, Canada, Icc, Yash Raj, Germany Switzerland, YuppTV

YuppTV signs licensing deal with Yash Raj Films

Global video streaming platform YuppTV has struck a licensing partnership with Yash Raj Films (YRF). As part of the agreement, YuppTV will now host movies produced by Yash Raj Films on its movie-on-demand service, YuppFlix. These titles include Sultan, Fan, Befikre, and Dhoom 3 among others. As per the deal, all YuppFlix users outside India will be able to stream these movies if they are subscribed to the service’s premium plan, which costs $7 a month (the service charges in dollars even to sub...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Mobile, Europe, Video, News, Internet, India, Video Streaming, Austria, Canada, Icc, Yash Raj, Dhoom, Yash Raj Films

Willow TV gets exclusive US media rights for IPL 2017

Times Internet owned Willow TV, a US-based sports broadcaster has bagged exclusive media rights for the United States, for the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017 T20 tournament.  The broadcaster had earlier bagged IPL media rights in previous versions of the tournament as well, including in 2014. Willow TV will use the broadcasting rights to provide live coverage of IPL 2017 on TV and digital platforms. The company mentions that it will start broadcasting all IPL matches starting from Ap...
Tags: Travel, Video, News, Internet, India, Video Streaming, US, United States, Ipl, Icc, Times Internet,, ICC T20 Times Internet

Hotstar’s parent company Novi Digital posts net loss of Rs 409Cr for FY16

Novi Digital Entertainment, the parent company of video streaming service Hotstar has reported a net loss of Rs 409 crore for the financial year 2015-16 (FY16), which widened from Rs 77.1 crore in the previous financial year (FY15), according to its filings with the Registrar of Companies. The development was first spotted by Financial Express. Overall revenues for FY16 stood at Rs 185.7 crore, up significantly from Rs 51.8 crore between 2014-15 (FY15). However, the FY15 and FY16 figures cannot...
Tags: Travel, Video, Hbo, News, Singapore, India, Disney, America, Earnings, Icc, Online Streaming, Jio, Hotstar, Novi Digital Entertainment, Star India, Disney India

Hotstar to stream Kabaddi World Cup in stereoscopic 3D for VR

Star India’s online streaming platform Hotstar will be streaming the upcoming Kabaddi World Cup in Ahmedabad from 7-22nd October in stereoscopic 3D virtual reality, reports IndianTelevision. Users can use the feature with the help of Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard or even the newer Daydream headsets to get a panoramic view of the game and the stadium using either Android or iOS handsets. The app will use the phone gyroscope to detect head movement to enable tracking the direction in which ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, Internet, India, Samsung, Virtual Reality, Google Cardboard, Icc, Live Streaming, Ahmedabad, Kabaddi, Hotstar, Star India

Malian jihadist jailed for Timbuktu attacks

War crimes judges jailed a Malian jihadist Tuesday for nine years for demolishing Timbuktu's fabled shrines, a landmark ruling seen as a warning that destroying mankind's heritage will not go unpunished. In the first such case to focus on cultural destruction as a war crime, the International Criminal Court found Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi guilty of directing attacks on the UNESCO world heritage site during the jihadist takeover of northern Mali in 2012. ICC chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, ...
Tags: News, Unesco, International criminal court, Mali, Timbuktu, Icc, Fatou Bensouda, Ahmad al Faqi al Mahdi

Two way battle for live sports in India: Sony to acquire TEN Sports from Zee for $385 million

Looks like the sports broadcasting business in India is in for some competition, and it’s going to be a two way battle between Sony and STAR: Sony Pictures Networks India is buying TEN Sports and its portfolio of channels from the Zee group company Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited. With this, Zee exits the Sports broadcasting business which reported a loss of Rs 37.2 crores on revenues of Rs 631 crores for the company, for the financial year ended 31st March 2016. Zee intends to focus on “...
Tags: Travel, Video, TV, News, Russia, India, Sports, NFL, Star, Fifa, Sony, Nba, Zimbabwe, Ipl, Maldives, Sri Lanka

YuppTV acquires live streaming rights for India vs WI T20 series

Online streaming platform YuppTV has acquired broadcasting rights for the upcoming USA-T20 matches to be held in West Indies, Canada, and Caribbean Islands. Only those matches scheduled on 27th and 28th August in Florida between team India and the current T20 world champions, West Indies will be streamed live on YuppTV. Users are also allowed to stream content via multiple devices, including Smart TVs, Smart Blu-Ray players, laptops, gaming consoles, streaming media players, smartphones and tab...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Video, Florida, News, Internet, India, US, NFL, Canada, Streaming, Ipl, News Corp, Icc, West Indies, Live Streaming

SPN India acquires rights for Indian Open World Ranking Snooker Tournament

Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has acquired exclusive television and digital rights for the third edition of the Indian Open World Ranking Snooker Tournament for the Indian subcontinent. SPN has these rights for India and the Indian subcontinent, which includes Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The tournament will be streamed live online on Sony LIV, its mobile application. This year’s tournament will be held in Hyderabad from July 4 to July 9 and will also be bro...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, Internet, India, Sports, United States, Sony, Ipl, Espn, News Corp, Sri Lanka, Icc, Hyderabad, Digital Rights, Sony LIV

ESPN to offer localised content through India site & app

Sports broadcaster ESPN has launched an Indian version of its website and app. India is the first market outside the United States where ESPN has launched a localised site. and the ESPN app will also feature live streaming video content from Sony Pictures Network India’s (SPN) digital streaming platform Sony LIV, while the cricket coverage will be powered by The ESPN app is available on both Android and iOS. At the time of registering either on the website or the app, ...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, News, Internet, India, Video Streaming, US, Sports, Canada, United States, La Liga, Sony, Nba, Applications, Ipl, Espn

Star India bags French Open media & digital rights for 2017-21

Star India has bagged the media and digital rights for the French Open in India and the Indian subcontinent (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) for the period 2017-2021. The value of the deal was not disclosed. Neo Sports holds the broadcast rights for the current year. Star India is building up quite a bouquet of sporting event broadcast rights: – Holds the rights to broadcast ICC events for eight years (2015 to 2023), which includes 18 ICC tournaments, includi...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Video, News, Internet, India, Video Streaming, Ipl, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Icc, French Open, Digital Rights, Indian Premier League, Singh, MSM

ICC's first cultural destruction trial to open in The Hague

War crimes trial of Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi, accused of destroying mausoleums in Timbuktu, will begin on TuesdayThe international criminal court’s first war crimes trial for destruction of cultural monuments opens this week with the hearing of a jihadi leader accused of demolishing ancient mausoleums in Timbuktu.Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi is accused of levelling medieval shrines, tombs of Sufi saints and a mosque dating back to the 15th century that formed part of the Unesco world heritage site in th...
Tags: Law, Islamic State, Africa, World news, Culture, Unesco, Heritage, United Nations, International criminal justice, International criminal court, Mali, Al-Qaida, Timbuktu, Icc, The Hague, Fatou Bensouda

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