24 Feb 2017

BREAKING: White House Blocks CNN, Other Major Media Outlets from Briefing
Looks like the White House is scaling up its attacks against the media. They have barred CNN and other major news outlets from attending a media briefing today.

Witches worldwide plan to cast a spell on Trump, but they’ll have some spiritual opposition
ChristianNationalism.com, which represents a cross section of ideologies, got wind of the plot, and they’ve issued a call for a sort of counter-spell of their own: mass prayer.

Witches Prepare to Cast Spell on Donald Trump
Trump supporters, beware. Witches are preparing to cast a spell on the President tomorrow, as well as on every waning crescent moon until he leaves office, and his supporters will also be caught up in “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him

World is 98% Ready for Final Redemption: End-of-Days Scholar
The necessary rectification of the world that must precede the arrival of Moshiach (messiah) is 98 percent complete, announced international lecturer and Torah scholar Rabbi Mendel Kessin recently. He made this claim during the first half of a two-part lecture which was delivered in a packed synagogue in Jerusalem.

President Trump Announces Elite Pedophile Ring Investigation
Appearing at the press conference for less than two minutes, President Trump said that the issue has been on the radar of federal government “for some time” but since taking office in January the investigation has become “much more focused.”

So the Fourth Circuit court just basically gutted Heller
By so doing, it deprived the people of Maryland, the Carolinas, and the Virginias of the core protections to which the Constitution entitles them.

PM to Ministers: No leaks about Trump talk
New report finds that Netanyahu took extra steps to prevent leaks related to his talks with Trump over Judea and Samaria policy.

Is the Dead Sea Dying?
More and more sinkholes are opening up around the Dead Sea as the famously salty sea recedes from the shore, raising concerns that within a few decades, the Dead Sea might be little more than a memory.

South Africa clashes at anti-foreigner protest in Pretoria
South African police have used rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannon to try and disperse anti-immigrant protesters in the capital, Pretoria. A low-flying police helicopter has also been deployed amid a stand-off between local protesters and foreigners, with both groups reportedly armed with sticks, bricks and knives. President Jacob Zuma had called for calm ahead of the anti-immigrant march.

Turkey coup: 136 diplomats and relatives seek Germany asylum
Germany says it has received 136 asylum requests from Turks holding diplomatic passports since the July coup attempt against the Turkish president. The figure is a total for the period August 2016 to January 2017, German media report. Turkey has urged Germany not to grant asylum to any military officers. Some posted to Nato bases in Germany are thought to be among the group.

Royal Bank of Scotland losses more than treble to £7bn
Royal Bank of Scotland has reported a £7bn annual loss as past problems continue to dog its performance. The deficit is more than treble 2015’s loss of £2bn. It is the ninth year in a row RBS has failed to make a profit. The loss came as the bank set aside more money to deal with legal action in the US and its abandoned attempt to spin off its Williams & Glyn business.

Guatemala army blocks Dutch boat offering abortions
The Guatemalan army says it will block the activities of a non-profit “abortion boat” docked on its shores. The Dutch non-profit group, Women on Waves, offers free abortion services to women in countries where the procedure is banned. It takes women in the early stages of pregnancy out to international waters, where the abortion is performed.

Mexico foreign minister vents ‘irritation’ at Rex Tillerson
Mexico’s foreign minister has expressed “irritation” to President Donald Trump’s envoys about recent US policies towards its southern neighbour. Luis Videgaray said he had told visiting US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that Mexico was worried about respect for immigrants’ rights. Mr Tillerson said in Mexico City that “two strong sovereign countries” would have differences from time to time.

Syria: ‘Car bomb kills 41’ near al-Bab after IS defeat
A car bomb has killed at least 41 people in a rebel-held village near the Syrian town of al-Bab, sources in the region and monitors say. The explosion destroyed a rebel security post in Sousian, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The village is 8km (5 miles) north-west of al-Bab, from which Turkish-backed rebels pushed so-called Islamic State fighters on Thursday.

Trump repeats call for US nuclear supremacy
President Donald Trump has said he wants the United States to expand its nuclear arsenal, in his first comments on the issue since taking office. Mr Trump said it would be “wonderful” if no nation had nuclear arms, but otherwise the US must be “top of the pack”. He told Reuter that the US had “fallen behind on nuclear weapon capacity”.

Illegal fundraiser for the Clintons made secret tape because he feared being ASSASSINATED
A Chinese-American businessman at the center of a Clinton campaign finance scandal secretly filmed a tell-all video as an ‘insurance policy’ – because he feared being murdered. In footage provided exclusively to DailyMail.com, Johnny Chung spills details on how he illegally funneled money from Chinese officials to Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election bid.

UMich students demand no-whites-allowed space
A student activist group at the University of Michigan is demanding campus officials provide them with “a permanent designated space on central campus for Black students and students of color to organize and do social justice work.” The demand is one of several lodged by “Students4Justice,” who this month ratcheted up campus demonstrations to pressure administrators to cave, complaining in a newly launched petition that President Mark Schlissel has snubbed their demands.

With new anti-ISIS plan due next week, Pentagon considering U.S. troops in Syria
The top U.S. military officer declined repeatedly on Thursday to rule out committing U.S. ground troops to battle the Islamic State in in Syria, stressing that the Pentagon will present President Donald Trump with “a full range of options” to combat the terror organization. Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, made the comments at a Washington research center as the 30 days that President Donald Trump gave military leaders to develop a strategy to fight the Islamic State are almost up.

Trump likes two-state solution, but says he will leave it up to Israelis, Palestinians
US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he likes the concept of a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict, expressing his preference on the issue for the first time since sparking international criticism for appearing to back away from the longstanding bedrock of Middle East policy. But in an interview…Trump stopped short of reasserting a US commitment to eventual Palestinian statehood and instead said again that he would be “satisfied with whatever makes both parties happy.”

China says no intention of using currency devaluation to its advantage
China said on Friday it has no intention of using currency devaluation to its advantage in trade, responding to an assertion from U.S. President Donald Trump that China is the “grand champions” of currency manipulation. Trump said in an interview with Reuters on Thursday he had not “held back” in his assessment that China manipulates its yuan currency, just hours after his new Treasury secretary pledged a more methodical approach to analysing Beijing’s foreign exchange practices.

Keith Ellison Once Said Black People Don’t Have ‘Obligation’ To Obey Government
Democratic congressman and DNC chair front-runner Keith Ellison once said that “black people don’t live in a democracy” and “don’t have an obligation” to obey the government.

White House petition launched to end Google’s outrageous and malicious censorship of independent journalismNaturalNews.com, InfoWars.com and thousands of other websites have been targeted for suppression, demonetization or delisting of content by Google and its video site Youtube.com.

UFO sightings are at an all-time high
UFO sightings have reached an all-time high, according to statistician Sam Monfort. Monfort collated sightings recorded by the National UFO Reporting Centre, a US organisation that records sightings worldwide, from the beginning of the 20th century. And there’s been a bit of an upward trend…

Witches are casting a spell on Donald Trump
Witches around the world are planning to cast a spell on Donald Trump tomorrow night. A document detailing the witches’ plan to bind Trump to all who encourage or assist him in wrongdoing has been circulating among witch groups online, and even non-witches are encouraged to participate. There’s even a Facebook page where anti-Trump witches can share their tips and tactics.

“Mystery Poison” Used To Murder Kim Jong Nam Revealed As VX Nerve Agent
Malaysian police reported that the “mystery poison” used in the murder of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s brother was the deadly nerve agent VX, which is listed as a weapon of mass destruction and is banned under the Chemical Weapons Convention.

Soros-Linked Former Clinton Staffer Behind ‘Organized’ Townhall Protests
Confirming House Oversight Committee Chair Jason Chaffetz’s comments last week that town-hall protesters were an organized mob, FreeBeacon reports show that a group founded by a former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer is behind ‘The Townhall Project’ and its parent company is located at the same address as an organization funded by liberal billionaire George Soros.