In stupendous news heralded by the New York Post and other well-known media, it has been confirmed that aliens are real and living among us. They're hiding until we're ready to accept them as they are, without judgement or hatred. And there is speculation that they are black, speak Spanish, and have five genders.
Aliens in hiding until mankind is ready, says ex-Israeli space head
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Space aliens have reached an agreement with the US government to stay mum on the experiments they conduct on Earth — as well as their secret base on Mars — until mankind is ready to accept them, the former head of Israel’s space program claimed in a new interview.
I am almighty glad that one person I know does NOT read the New York Post. Or seemingly anything else. For years he's maintained that space aliens built Ur and Babylon, flu-shots give you influenza, and if he made it it's purer cleaner gooder than anything else on the planet.
I have no desire to hear that he was right all along.
“The aliens have asked not to announce that they are here [because] humanity is not ready yet. Trump was on the verge of revealing [aliens existence], but the aliens in the Galactic Federation are saying, ‘Wait, let people calm down first. They don’t want to start mass hysteria. They want to first make us sane and understanding. --- They are trying to understand the whole fabric of the universe”
General Haim Eshed, as reported in Yedioth Aharonoth
I note, by the way, that reputable news sources are largely ignoring this with a ten-foot pole, the Wikipedia article about the Israeli Space Agency does not mention Eshed at all, and thousands of people would have to be in on the conspiracy. So Haim Eshed's statement is extraordinary, to say the least.
Can we assume that the Aliens have promised not to reveal our existence to anybody else? That would be fair, wouldn't it?
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Since Asia and tobacco are two of your big interests, are you interested in this?
Bhutan continues to be the
only country in the world
today, to have implemented
nationwide ban of sale of
One stark transformation since the
ban, a decade and a half ago, has been
the end of open smoking along streets
and other public places, which were
a common place before the ban. The
same can be said about most other
No longer are people seen puffing
away along the streets, or out in
the open. It is almost of a taboo to
be seen doing so today. Workplaces
and institutions decry such habits
contemptable. Nationally, it is an
offence punishable by law under the
Tobacco Control Act.
There were instances in the past,
where those caught on the other side
of this law faced imprisonment. Many
today, continue to, every now and then,
face penalties in the form of fines
and verbal warnings, sanctions far
mellowed from the initial prison term
the law prescribed.
From those endorsing the
nationwide ban of tobacco sales in
2004 to those responsible for making
(and subsequently passing) the law
six years later, were all as a result of
growing concerns for rising instances
of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs).
Tobacco, according to latest health
studies, is among top four contributors
to the rising cases of NCDs that weigh
heavy on the country’s free health care.
Despite efforts on the part of relevant
authorities, tobacco black market, as
initially feared, has emerged. Shops
that thrive on illicit sale of tobacco
and its products have found a way
around the law. A steady stream of loyal
customers continue to sustain these
shops that have, over the years
Bhutan is a country I shall not visit. Now more than ever.
It's a lovely country, actually. You're missing a lot by boycotting it.
You should write a post about this on your blog.
I have no doubt that it is lovely. As are a number of other countries. But there is no need for me to visit. And there are tonnes of photos on the internet.
Politically, it does not have a stellar reputation.
Neither do many other countries I have no intention of visiting. So it's not alone.
Can you please write a post about this? Bhutan, politics, and tobacco? Please please?
Thank you so much.
Tobacco sales have temporarily been legalized due to COVID 19; it is available at state-owned duty free stores. This is to clamp down on illegal smuggling from India.
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