General Rats' Month 7 Horoscope (Aug. 8 – Sep. 6, 2021)
General Ratsign should be vigilant about his relationships in the workplace this seventh month. Especially if there is a change in the people around you, Rat people, you should be alert to avoid being picked on by petty individuals.
General Rat not shrewd or capable, easily becomes a thorn in the sides of others in 2021, they are highly suspicious and lack regard for their boss and leaders. Therefore, General Rat, act low-key this month, especially when unfamiliar colleagues suspect them of treason, and gets caught lying.
Danes present digital Corona virus passport. Do the Danes know the ink 0rigin for the passport tattoos? If the ink's Chinese origin it could be a dangerous deadly infusion for tattooing, since most of the tattoo ink in the world has a CCP signature!
Contaminated China Tattoo Ink: truth or myth?
There is a large amount of counterfeit tattoo ink that originate from China. Chinese Manufacturers have created fake versions of Intenze, MOM's, Starbrite, Immortal, Kuro Sumi, Skin Candy and many other popular tattoo ink brands. The pigment is what drives up costs for tattoo ink manufacturers.
Jan 6, 2021: Global Tattoo Ink Market Size Worth Around USD 137.4 million by - WBOC TV
In the near future, China will employ millions of American workers and dominate thousands of small communities all over the United States. Chinese acquisition of US businesses set a new all-time record last year, and it is on pace to shatter that record this year. China is taking over...
Jim Jordan says he can prove Fauci lied.
"Suddenly you can't find him." 12 min.
Medical witnesses, for laypeople. Especially note the last anecdote:
"If anybody in my laboratory is discovered to be working on a laboratory leak hypothesis, China will label us enemies of China. And the laboratory will be blacklisted."
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, with Ericsson CEO Börje Ekholm on the board, is sentenced to pay 18.2 billion yuan, equivalent to 23.7 billion kronor, in fines by Chinese regulators.
The fine corresponds to 4 percent of Alibaba's sales in 2019, which amounted to 455.7 billion yuan, corresponding to around SEK 590 billion, according to the state news agency New China.
The record amount is almost three times as high as the previous highest fine, which the telecom company Qualcomm was forced to pay in 2015.
"We accept the sanction with humility and will ensure our compliance with determination," Alibaba wrote in a press release.
The background to the record fine is that Alibaba has abused its dominant position in the market, state Chinese media reports. Authorities are cracking down on alleged claims that companies wishing to sell their products on Alibaba's popular e-commerce platforms are banned from posting their products for sale on other sites. Alibaba will hold a conference with its investors on Monday to share "its thoughts and plans for the long-term and healthy development of future business". The pressure on Alibaba and other large Chinese technology companies has increased as their influence over Chinese society has grown.
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