Clinton’s link to Putin is the underreported ‘dossier’ bombshell
The news that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid for research used in the discredited Trump-Russia “dossier” is a bombshell. But even more shocking — and overlooked — is the revelation that the firm the Clinton campaign hired to compile that dossier, Fusion GPS, is the same firm that has been accused in recent congressional testimony of launching a smear campaign in Washington against Sergei Magnitsky, the Russian lawyer who was tortured and killed in a Russian prison in 2009 after uncovering a $230 million tax theft by 23 Kremlin-linked companies and individuals close to President Vladimir Putin. Which raises the question no one seems to be asking: Why was Hillary Clinton using an opposition research company with Putin-linked clients to dig up dirt on Donald Trump?
Israeli deterrence in a new Middle East
WITH THE beginning of a new Jewish year, Israel’s strategic position has improved dramatically, an indication that Israeli deterrence is working on all fronts and is disrupting its enemies’ war doctrines. This is the bottom line presented in recent weeks by military intelligence’s top echelon to the cabinet. Israel faces security challenges of various levels on six fronts: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the Palestinian West Bank, Gaza and Egypt.
Iran slams ‘bloodthirsty’ Israel following Gaza terror tunnel destruction
Iran condemned the “bloodthirsty Zionist regime” of Israel after the IDF destroyed a Hamas terror tunnel on Monday that crossed into Israeli territory. “The blood-thirsty Zionist regime is trying to bend the will of the oppressed people of the occupied territories to guarantee its security by killing Palestinian youths,” said Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi.
Many victims in Kabul blast – reports
A powerful explosion in central Kabul has caused many casualties, Afghan officials and witnesses say. Reports say ambulances have been ferrying victims of the blast in the capital’s diplomatic zone to hospital. There was no immediate confirmation of any deaths but numerous reports speak of people being killed or injured.
Iraq ‘to take control of Kurdistan border crossings’
The Iraqi military has said it is preparing to take control of the autonomous Kurdistan Region’s only border crossings with Turkey and Syria. A statement said a delegation had visited the Ibrahim al-Khalil and Fish Khabur posts to determine requirements. Turkish media said troops had already been deployed at Ibrahim al-Khalil.
More students, young Americans turn to paganism
As millennials continue to leave traditional Christian religions, interest in Wiccan and pagan practices have seen increased interest in recent years, a trend also spotted among young people and on college campuses. Pagan or Wiccan student groups are present on a number of college campuses — both secular and religious — across the nation. The growing normalization of such practices, albeit still a minority, corresponds with the decline in Christian believers, some observers note.
North Korea nuclear base COLLAPSES ‘killing at least 200 people’ amid fears of massive radioactive leak
A TUNNEL at an underground North Korea nuclear site has collapsed with up to 200 people killed, according to reports. The collapse happened at the Punggye-ri nuclear test site in the north-east of the country on October 10, according to Japan’s TV Asahi. The disaster has prompted fears of a massive radioactive leak which could spark a Chernobyl- or Fukushima-style disaster.
Report: Saudi pressure led to US thwarting Greater Jerusalem Bill
The US decision to tell Israel to refrain from pushing ahead with the Jerusalem expansion bill was reportedly the result of Saudi pressure, according to Saudi newspaper Al-Watan. The newspaper quoted a senior White House official who said Saudi diplomats demanded in talks with their American counterparts that breaks be slammed on the advancement of legislation seeking to connect a number of settlements in the West Bank to Jerusalem.
Sloshing of Earth’s core may spike major earthquakes
The world doesn’t stop spinning. But every so often, it slows down. For decades, scientists have charted tiny fluctuations in the length of Earth’s day: Gain a millisecond here, lose a millisecond there. Last week at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America here, two geophysicists argued that these minute changes could be enough to influence the timing of major earthquakes—and potentially help forecast them. During the past 100 years, Earth’s slowdowns have correlated surprisingly well with periods with a global increase in magnitude-7 and larger earthquakes,
Hungary Warns Europe Is in Danger as Leak Reveals Soros Network’s List of ‘Reliable Allies’ in EU Parliament
Leaked documents listing hundreds of EU parliament members that the George Soros network considers “reliable allies” should raise alarm bells across Europe, says Hungary.
“Dance With the Dead” May Turn Bubonic Plague into Global Pandemic
As the current epidemic of bubonic plague grows in Madagascar, threatening to spread beyond the borders, a strange local ritual of dancing with the bones of dead relatives may be behind the pace of the unprecedented outbreak.
St. Louis man, 79, headed back to prison for his fourth murder
A St. Louis man paroled from prison after murdering three people in the 1970s is heading back after killing a woman he said he suspected of stealing from him at his St. Louis apartment complex earlier this year.
ANTIFA Leader: “November 4th […] millions of antifa supersoldiers will behead all white parents”
Tom Bloke, considered to be one of the leaders of the domestic terrorist group ANTIFA, took to Twitter today to threaten violence against “white parents” and “small business owners”.
New iPhone brings face recognition (and fears) to the masses
Apple will let you unlock the iPhone X with your face — a move likely to bring facial recognition to the masses, along with concerns over how the technology may be used for nefarious purposes.
Obama’s Halloween Deep State Inauguration
Why is it that Mueller pulled this off today at a time when Obama and Clinton have both been outed in the Fusion GPS scandal?
Trump Will Aid Persecuted Christians in Middle East
Vice President Mike Pence announced a new policy at the In Defense of Christians annual summit in Washington, promising direct aid to persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
Obama smoking pot again, claims bombshell new book
Despite a couple of appearances on behalf of Democratic candidates, Barack Obama has adamantly refused to heed the pleas of his party to lead the “resistance” against Donald Trump and instead spends much of his time at his home just blocks from the White House playing video games, chatting on the phone with celebrity pals, smoking marijuana and popping cannabis-infused gummy bears.
Criminal In Chief – 78 Times President Obama Broke The Law During Presidency
Here’s a list of at least 75 times President Obama violated the Constitution and/or broke federal law during his presidency: 1) Illegally armed Mexican drug cartels and ISIS militants
SODOM AND GEMORRAH: Disney shows gay kiss in a children’s cartoon for first time
The Walt Disney Company pushed the LGBT envelope a little further this week by airing its first on-screen gay kiss on an animated children’s program. This comes the same week that the children’s entertainment giant announced that there will be an “exclusively gay moment” featured in the new live action version of Beauty and the Beast.
BREAKING: Muslim Benghazi Attack Organizer Finally Captured 5 Years After Murder of Ambassador Stevens – En Route to US
IT’S been 5 years since the terrible attack in Benghazi that cost four Americans their lives. But now, finally, huge news that the U.S. has finally caught the top militant who conducted the actual attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, CIA contractors Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods.