Thursday Briefing October 1, 2020 –

PART 1 (0:0 – 6:23): 
The World Turned Upside Down: The “Inclusive”—And Incoherent—Sexual Revolution Comes to Japan Airlines 

No More ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ on Japan Airlines 

PART 2 (6:24 – 12:35): 
Despite Proposals Under Theresa May’s Government, the UK Won’t Move Forward with Allowing Individuals to Self-Identify Gender 

UK government drops gender self-identification plan for trans people 

PART 3 (12:36 – 18:2): 
The Inevitable Collision of Transgender Ideology and Feminism: Feminists Speak Out Against Gender Dysphoria Harming Women 

Feminists like me aren’t anti-trans – we just can’t discard the idea of ‘sex’ 

PART 4 (18:3 – 24:6): 
Governor Gavin Newsom Welcomes the Transgender Revolution into California’s Prison System: The Promises of the Sexual Revolution Can’t Be Kept 

Newsom signs law allowing transgender inmates to be placed in prison by their gender identity 

Source: Thursday Briefing October 1, 2020 –

In Paris, a suitcase with 500 thousand euros was found in the basement of a house. The police are looking for the owner

In a house located next to the Eiffel Tower, they found a suitcase with cash inside – it was estimated at 500 thousand euros . The police are looking for the owner.

“ We haven’t finished counting yet. It is about an amount from 500 thousand to 600 thousand euros, ” El Mundo quotes a police source, referring to AFP.

The suitcase was discovered by a 50-year-old French woman who inherited the apartment from her mother. She wanted a real estate agent to appraise her apartment, but they couldn’t get to the basement. The woman had to call a locksmith who helped open the door – this is how they found the money

Now the police are looking for the owner and are trying to establish how this suitcase ended up there.

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Source: In Paris, a suitcase with 500 thousand euros was found in the basement of a house. The police are looking for the owner

Italy experiences the coldest September in 50 years – with snowfall

Over the past weekend, temperatures in Italy plunged suddenly by between 10 and 15 degrees, resulting in the country’s coldest September in 50 years  and leading to snowfalls much earlier than usual, Italian media reports.

The cold has been particularly intense in Milan and Turin which recorded 5°C and 4°C degrees respectively on the night of Sunday 27 September.


The first person to defeat AIDS in the world

The first person to defeat AIDS in the world

Ray Brown, a resident of Springs, California, USA, is a name that was in the news a decade ago. There was a big reason behind this. It was said that Brown was the first person in the world to have overcome HIV infection a decade earlier.Since the disease was seen in bad eyes in those days, due to this, the name of the person recovering from the disease was not disclosed.

Such patients were called only patients. For this reason, he was renamed the "Berlin Patient" during a conference to hide Brown's identity, since then he has been identified with the Berlin Patient.

He was battling cancer these days after defeating HIV infection but lost it. Brown died of cancer. Brown was also known as the "Berlin Patient".