12 Oct 2017

End of Days may be closer than you think if volcano in Spain erupts, potentially causing a mega-tsunami that may obliterate the Emerald Island
Ireland may soon be at the center of a doomsday scenario, as a possible volcanic eruption in Spain may trigger a mega-tsunami which could obliterate us. The Spanish island of La Palma has been rocked by up to 40 seismic tremors in recent days, and residents now fear that the Cumbre Vieja volcano may be about to blow. Theories exist that an eruption at Cumbre Vieja may destabilize La Palma’s entire western seaboard, plunging it into the Atlantic Ocean. If the terrain fails and sinks into the water, it could trigger a super-tsumami up to 900mts high.

At least 23 dead, hundreds missing as California wildfires blaze
SONOMA, Calif. – Firefighters facing a resurgence of high winds on Wednesday struggled to halt wildfires that have killed at least 23 people, destroyed 3,500 structures and left hundreds missing in chaotic evacuations across northern California’s wine country.

Hamas and Fatah delegations sign reconciliation agreement in Cairo
Hamas and Fatah delegations signed the reconciliation agreement between the warring Palestinian factions in Cairo. Fatah’s representative was senior member and holder of reconciliation portfolio Azzam al-Ahmad and Hamas was represented by its leader Saleh al-Arouri.

Trump threatens ‘fake news’ networks with licence removal over ‘made-up’ NBC report on nuclear arms
President Donald Trump has tweeted that all network news stations should have their licenses challenged, and possibly revoked, due to “fake” and “partisan” coverage. Network news has become so partisan, distorted and fake that licenses must be challenged and, if appropriate, revoked. Not fair to public!

North Korea threatens U.S. with ‘hail of fire
North Korea’s Foreign Minister on Wednesday threatened the United States with “a hail of fire” and said U.S. President Donald Trump has “lit the wick of war” with his country

Erdogan says U.S. sacrificing ties with Turkey, blames envoy
“Let me be very clear, the person who caused this is the ambassador here. It is unacceptable for the United States to sacrifice a strategic partner to an ambassador who doesn’t know his place,” Erdogan told provincial governors in Ankara.

It’s Official: Sky Will Be Sprayed in Geoengineering “Experiment,” Blocking Sun for Climate Change
According to MIT’s Technology Review: “A pair of Harvard climate scientists are preparing small-scale atmospheric experiments that could offer insights into the feasibility and risks of deliberately altering the climate to ease global warming. US scientists are set to send aerosol injections 20km up into the earth’s stratosphere in the world’s biggest solar geoengineering programme to date, to study the potential of a future tech-fix for “global warming”.

Protesting anti-Israel bias, US plans withdrawal from UNESCO
The United States plans to withdraw from UNESCO, the UN’s cultural and educational agency, diplomats said on Thursday, dealing a further blow to an organization hobbled by regional rivalries and a lack of funds. Paris-based UNESCO, which began work in 1946, is known for designating World Heritage sites such as the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria and the Grand Canyon National Park. It will pick a new chief this week to try to revive its fortunes.

Hamas announces reconciliation deal with Palestinian rival Fatah
Palestinian rival factions Hamas and Fatah have reached a deal over political reconciliation, Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh said in a statement on Thursday without providing further details. A Hamas official told Reuters that details are expected to be released at a noon news conference in Cairo, where unity talks between the rival factions began on Tuesday.

Trump will ‘decertify’ Iran deal, White House tells Republican leaders
A senior White House official briefed Republican leadership on Wednesday of President Donald Trump’s decision not to “certify” Iran’s compliance to an international nuclear deal – a move that will keep the US within the agreement itself, but will begin a debate on Capitol Hill over whether to withdraw. Members of Congress were briefed by National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster, who confirmed Trump’s decision and promised the president would lay out a comprehensive strategy on Iran in a speech later this week.

Deadly ‘supercell’ storm scatters ships in South Africa
Moored ships were blown away as a “supercell thunderstorm” swept through South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal region, killing at least 11 people. The dead include a child swept away by rising waters and two patients killed when a wall collapsed at the Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital, near Durban, the region’s main city. KwaZulu-Natal and other parts of the country were hit by a “supercell thunderstorm”, the South African Weather Service said.

Australia jet and navy data stolen in ‘extensive’ hack
Sensitive information about Australia’s defence programmes has been stolen in an “extensive” cyber hack. About 30GB of data was compromised in the hack on a government contractor, including details about new fighter planes and navy vessels. The data was commercially sensitive but not classified, the government said. It did not know if a state was involved.

Mexico warns US about ending Nafta trade deal
Ending the North American Trade Agreement (Nafta) would break relations between Mexico and the US, the Mexican foreign minister has warned. Luis Videgaray was speaking ahead of a new round of trade talks this week between the US, Mexico and Canada. The talks to update the 1994 deal have become increasingly acrimonious, with Mexico and American business groups saying US proposals would hurt trade.

California wildfires: Winds fan ‘catastrophic’ blazes
Renewed high winds are fanning “catastrophic” wildfires that have killed at least 23 people in northern California, the state fire chief says. Thousands of people have been left homeless by the 22 huge blazes, which are spreading fast and unpredictably. Nearly 300 people are missing, but police say that may be due to the chaotic nature of evacuations.

US sends SECOND nuclear warship and 7,500 marines within strike range of North Korea
The USS Theodore Roosevelt, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, is en route to the western Pacific after leaving San Diego port last week. The Roosevelt will focus on maritime security operations in the Pacific and Middle East, the US military announced. But the £3.4billion ($4.5billion) warship, known as “the Big Stick”, has been sent to boost US defence on the Korean peninsula, according to South Korean media.

Smart Devices Are Snitching On Owners And Rewriting The Criminal Justice System
A new type of court case is slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices.

Hundreds Missing amid California Fires; Loved Ones Go Online
…As of Wednesday, 22 wildfires were burning in Northern California, up from 17 the day before. The blazes killed at least 21 people and destroyed an estimated 3,500 homes and businesses, many of them in California wine country.

Boy Scouts Will Allow Girls to Join
The Boy Scouts of America announced Wednesday that it will welcome girls into their program and “enable them to advance and earn the highest rank of Eagle Scout.”

Hungary Declares George Soros An Agent Of Satan (video)
The Hungarian government has established itself as a steadfast opponent of George Soros and the globalist agenda at the political and social levels, but now they have made the battle spiritual.

New Regulations Maintain Obama’s Abortion-Inducing Drug Mandate
Question: Do the new conscience-protection regulations the administration released last week maintain or rescind President Barack Obama’s regulatory mandate that health insurance plans provide co-pay-free coverage for sterilizations and all Food and Drug Administration-approved contraceptives — which include abortion-inducing drugs and devices? Answer: They maintain it.

Sears Canada Liquidates: 12,000 Canadians To Lose Their Jobs
Sears Canada announced plans to liquidate its remaining 150 stores instead of restructuring, the latest admission of brick and mortar defeat in the war with Amazon, with the result some 12,000 job losses in the coming weeks.

Threat Of Devastating ‘Supervolcano’ Eruption At Yellowstone Is Greater Than Previously Thought
“It’s one thing to think about this slow gradual buildup – it’s another thing to think about how you mobile 1000 cubic kilometers of magma in a decade…”