Q: „According to Raytheons website, the Phalanx is a rapid-fire, computer-controlled, radar-guided gun that can defeat anti-ship missiles and other close-in threats on land and at sea.“
Verður þetta kannski notað fljótlega?
Q: „While Beasley said the pandemic and government lockdown policies are driving the disturbing trends stating the cure could be worse than the disease because of the economic ripple effect he noted that man-made conflict also had a role to play, naming ongoing wars in Syria, Yemen, and South Sudan.“
Þið eruð að biðja um þetta. Svo… njótið.
Q: „British police were widely criticised for their policing of the first lockdown, with forces stalking dog walkers with drones and fining Britons for going to the shops to buy non-essential items.
Lord Sumption said in March: This is what a police state is like it is a state in which the government can issue orders or express preferences with no legal authority, and the police enforce ministers wishes.
Q: „A farmer who used a 16-ton bulldozer to destroy a riverside beauty spot has said he acted to protect local homes from flooding.
John Price – a local potato and cattle farmer – dredged a section of the River Lugg near Leominster in Herefordshire and reportedly stripped a mile-long stretch of the bank of trees and bushes.
He said he was asked to carry out the work for free as he was fixing the erosion of the river bed and was helping to solve flooding issues.
Local residents said they had asked the Environment Agency to clear the blocked river to prevent more flooding, but their appeals failed.“
Sama vandamál og hér: ríkið hjálpar engum.
Tim Pool er ennþá svartsýnn.
Þessir eru öllu rólegri.