10 May 2017

Where Black is White and White is Black
Jews can no longer call Jerusalem home or even the capital of the State of Israel, as it has been officially declared as Occupied Palestinian Lands by the United Nations. Soon all the ancient Jewish holy sites in Israel might be under the auspices of the Jordanian WAQF and the Palestinian Authority. Isn’t that the goal of hate though – to manipulate reality? The UN has succeeded in providing quite a platform for that. Even the cities that Christians call holy are now effectively converted to Islam.

Iran Tests The Trump Administration
After its 100 days of restraint and hiatus in its anti-U.S. threats and incitement following U.S. President Donald Trump’s inauguration,[1] the Iranian regime has begun to cautiously change its direction. Iranian spokesmen from the ideological camp are taking a more aggressive tone towards the U.S.,

Netanyahu: Every country should move their Embassy to Jerusalem
“Israel’s stance is that all the embassies belong in Israel’s capital of Jerusalem, and the US Embassy should be one of the first to move.”

81 Percent Of Americans Are ‘Concerned About Declining Moral Behavior In Our Nation’
Could it be possible that Americans are more concerned about declining standards of morality than most of us initially thought? A very surprising new survey conducted by LifeWay Research has discovered that a whopping 81 percent of Americans agree with this statement: “I am concerned about declining moral behavior in our nation.”

Macron presides over quickening collapse of French politics
The disintegration of France’s political landscape following the presidential election victory of Emmanuel Macron is picking up speed by the day.

When the sun blasts a coronal mass ejection (CME) into space, the event is usually announced by the bright flash of a solar flare or the collapse of a towering magnetic filament. But not always. Sometimes CMEs slowly materialize on their own without an instigating explosion. These are called “stealth CMEs,” and one of them is heading for Earth now.

No tsunami threat to Hawaii after 6.8 quake shakes Vanuatu
A large earthquake has struck near Vanuatu, but there’s no tsunami threat to Hawaii, according to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

Dublin votes to fly Palestinian flag above city hall to support founding of state
The Dublin City Council voted to fly the Palestinian flag above City Hall in a show of support for Palestinian statehood. Forty-two councilmen in the Irish capital voted in favor of the motion, 11 voted against and seven abstained on Monday evening. The flag reportedly was raised over City Hall and will remain there until the end of the month.

Venezuela sees sharp rise in infant and maternal mortality
There has been a sharp rise in infant mortality and maternal death rates in Venezuela. In the first figures released for two years, the Health Ministry said the number of women dying in childbirth was up by 65%, while child deaths were up 30%. There has also been a jump in illnesses such as malaria and diphtheria.

Syria war: US to arm Kurds in battle for Raqqa
US President Donald Trump has approved supplying weapons to Kurdish forces fighting so-called Islamic State (IS) in Syria, the Pentagon says. Kurdish elements of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) would be equipped to help drive IS from its stronghold, Raqqa, a spokeswoman said. The US was “keenly aware” of Turkey’s concerns about such a move, she added.

Yemen war: Surge in cholera outbreak kills 34 – WHO
A resurgence of a cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen is believed to have killed 34 people in the past two weeks. The World Health Organisation says 2,022 suspected cases of cholera and acute watery diarrhoea (AWD) were reported between 27 April and 7 May. Some 26,000 people have now been affected since October by the outbreak, which subsided over the winter.

Mexico was second deadliest country in 2016
It was the second deadliest conflict in the world last year, but it hardly registered in the international headlines. As Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan dominated the news agenda, Mexico’s drug wars claimed 23,000 lives during 2016 — second only to Syria, where 50,000 people died as a result of the civil war.

Will tiny drones become a must-have for soldiers?
Aerovironment, a drone supplier for the U.S. military, has introduced a tiny drone that’s designed to be worn on a soldier’s uniform. The Snipe, which weighs about as much as a baseball, can be launched from the palm of one’s hand. It’s designed for close-range surveillance and reconnaissance. The Snipe has no weapons built in. Its value is in providing aerial video, so soldiers have a better understanding of their surroundings.

IMF on board for Greek bailout: Slovak finance minister
It looks like the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will take part in the financing of Greece’s third bailout, Slovakia’s finance minister Peter Kazimir said at the EBRD’s annual meeting in Nicosia on Wednesday. “It seems to me that yes, finally (the IMF will provide funding to Greece). We have to congratulate Christine Lagarde that she managed to convince the IMF,” he said. “This amount is not important, (but) it is really symbolic. Technically the IMF must be on board,” he added.

U.S. criticizes Russian build-up near Baltic states
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday criticized what he called a destabilizing Russian military build-up near Baltic states and officials suggested the United States could deploy Patriot missiles in the region for NATO exercises in the summer. U.S. allies are jittery ahead of war games by Russia and Belarus in September that could involve up to 100,000 troops and include nuclear weapons training — the biggest such exercise since 2013.

“Serious Situation” After Tunnel Collapse At WA Nuclear Facility; Evacuation Ordered, No-Fly Zone In Place
The U.S. Department of Energy activated the Emergency Operations Center Tuesday due to a tunnel collapse at the Hanford nuclear site.

President Trump Fires FBI Director James Comey
“You are hereby terminated and removed from office, effective immediately. While I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation, I nevertheless concur with the judgement of the Department of Justice that you are not able to effectively lead the bureau.”

Germany eyes new North Korea sanctions: government sources
Germany will tighten economic sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear program in line with a U.N. resolution passed in November and subsequent EU regulations, German government officials said on Tuesday.

College Destroys Books After Digitization, Sparking Fears of 1984-Style Censor
California universities were caught removing and even destroying library books after digitizing them, a process critics warn leads to 1984-style censorship in which only “corrected” copies of books remain.

Anonymous warns world to ‘prepare’ for World War 3
The infamous hacktivist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video — urging people across the globe to “prepare” for World War 3 — as the US and North Korea continue to move “strategic pieces into place” for battle.

N.Y. BUSTED For Promoting And Covering Up Student Lessons Centered On Sympathizing With Islamic Terror!
Your kids are being indoctrinated, right under your nose, and it’s being done in public schools and government/public ran programs. In this particular case, New York has been feeding ground to teaching children how to sympathize with Islamic terrorists.

Jewish News Service Report: Iran Gave Terrorist Group Hezbollah $400 Million in cash received from Obama
The last three Democrat Presidents have been terrible for the US and great for Iran. Jimmy Carter allowed the overthrow of the Iranian government in 1979 by holding the Iranian army back from launching a military coup. Carter’s mismanagement ultimately led to Iran’s terrorist state which is responsible for thousands of murders and terrorist actions since coming to power.