23 Jun 2018

Terrorist attacks on Israelis reach 2 1/2-year high
May saw the highest number of terrorist attacks in 2 1/2 years against Israelis following an increase of nearly 40 percent in April. Of the 365 attacks recorded in May, 271 involved firebombs, the Israel Security Agency said in its monthly report published this week. The increase occurred in Jerusalem and the West Bank, as well as along Israel’s border with Gaza.

Trump says North Korea still ‘extraordinary threat’
US President Donald Trump has renewed sanctions on North Korea, citing an “extraordinary threat” from its nuclear weapons – just 10 days after saying there was no risk from Pyongyang. “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” he tweeted on 13 June, a day after meeting the country’s leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore. The move came as the US and South Korea cancelled two more training exercises.

Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving ban to end
Saudi women are to be allowed to drive from midnight local time (21:00 GMT) after a ban comes to an end. The change was announced last September and Saudi Arabia issued the first licences to women earlier this month. It was the only country left in the world where women could not drive and families had to hire private chauffeurs for female relatives.

Opec agrees to raise production
Opec has agreed, in principle, to raise oil supply by 1 million barrels per day. Analysts say that when that quota is shares out among producers, it will probably amount to 600,000 barrels per day, as some countries can not easily raise production. Saudi Arabia is expected to account for most of that raised output. But Russia is likely to benefit as well.

Supreme Court says warrant necessary for phone location data in win for privacy
The US Supreme Court has ruled in favor of digital privacy. In a 5-4 decision on Friday, the justices said police need warrants to gather phone location data as evidence for trials. That reversed and remanded a decision by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Carpenter v. United States is the first case about phone location data that the Supreme Court has ruled on.

Poll: 37% of Young Americans Back Abortion ‘Under Any Circumstances,’ 42% Back Restrictions
A recent Gallup poll found that 37% of young Americans (age 18-29) believe that abortion should be “legal under any circumstances,” no restrictions, while 42% of young Americans think abortion should be “legal only under certain circumstances.” In addition, 19% of young Americans believe that abortion should be “illegal in all circumstances.”

Rev. Graham: Are We in the Last Days? ‘I Think God is Describing Our Generation’
Reverend Franklin Graham, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham, thinks the world may be in the “last days” as foretold in the Bible and believes that God is warning us “that judgment is coming.”

DEPOPULATION blueprint: Scientists engineer human-infecting form of deadly new bird flu, claiming they need to “know how it works”
When you have someone as influential as Bill Gates openly declaring that one of the best ways to save the planet from climate change is to reduce the human population, then you start to look around with distrust, wondering how that goal will be accomplished.

ALL FAKED! Fake photo, fake news, fake media and the engineering of fake outrage to push an open borders invasion of America
The now-infamous “family separation” photo you see below, taken by John Moore and licensed by Getty Images, has become the emotion-infused rallying cry for fact-devoid Leftists to demand unlimited open borders that would flood the United States with illegals.

U.S. Embassy in Cuba Sees 25th Victim of Mysterious Attack
Despite incidents in both Cuba and China, U.S. officials have yet to find the source

Thousands Gather at Stonehenge to Welcome Summer Solstice
Thousands of people gathered at Stonehenge in the United Kingdom Thursday to greet the sunrise for the summer solstice, the longest day of the year.

Bald Eagles Making Comeback During Trump Era
Record-breaking conservation of bald eagles coincides with the restoration of America

Chinese Province Begins Restricting Abortions as One-Child Rule Sinks Economy
China’s state-run Global Times newspaper reported Friday that, in a stunning walkback of its decades-long policy of forced abortions, at least one province in China has begun restricting women’s access to abortions by demanding the approval of three medical professionals.

First Ever Fast Food Resturant Run ‘Entirely By Robots’ Opens In San Francisco
As order kiosks replace cashiers in McDonald’s as they fight off the minimum wage hike, a new restaurant startup in San Francisco has now opened and it’s run entirely by robots.

Pope Francis To European Leaders: ‘Take In As Many Migrants As Possible’
Pope Francis has urged European leaders to ‘take in as many migrants as possible’ in another globalist that sounded like a script given to him directly from the deep state.

Einstein Was Right! Scientists Confirm General Relativity Works With Distant Galaxy
A new study validates Einstein’s theory of general relativity in a distant galaxy for the first time.

Florida Airport to Face Scan U.S. Citizens Traveling Abroad
Face scanning systems now active in nine airports across country

Just Over The U.S. Border, A Once Mighty Nation Is In The Process Of A Complete And Total Societal Meltdown
According to Axios, 113 Mexican politicians really have been murdered since last September…

22 Jun 2018

Vikings hosting unprecedented LGBTQ inclusion summit
4 Winds USA President Steve McConkey and his Christian sports ministry lament that the sports industry is inserting itself into politics by promoting unhealthy and unbiblical lifestyles. “So, it’s basically a total endorsement for the sin of homosexuality,” McConkey asserted. “It’s a situation where they’re going to have a summit and discuss how they can further the agenda inside the NFL”

Electronic skin lets any prosthesis feel touch and pain
Researchers have developed an “e-dermis” or electronic skin that could be applied to a prosthetic hand to give the wearer a sense of touch. By using electronic sensors that mimic the nerve endings in the body, the skin can convey both the senses of touch and of pain. The skin is made of a combination of fabric and rubber, into which the electronic sensors are embedded. The technology isn’t invasive, but relays sensation through the wearer’s skin

Fast rising bedrock below West Antarctica reveals an extremely fluid Earth mantle
An international team of researchers, with a new study published in Science with DTU Space as lead author, finds that the bedrock below the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is rising much more rapidly than expected, revealing a very different Earth structure than previously believed. This discovery has important implications in understanding the past, present and future climate changes in Antarctica.

German SPD Said Preparing For New Elections, Euro Slides
on Friday morning Spiegel reported that the next step for Chancellor Merkel now seems inevitable, and that Germany’s SPD party is preparing for new elections, one assumes on the belief that the Merkel coalition government will collapse. Specifically, Der Spiegel reported that Party Secretary General Lars Klingbeil held three internal meetings to prepare for possible new elections, which all happened late last week and early this week.

Migrant Mother and ‘Crying Girl’ on TIME Cover Never Separated; Mom Deported in 2013, Left Husband With Good Job, 3 Other Kids, Paid Coyote $6K to Sneak Back in US
The husband said his wife left him and their three older children for a “better life” in the U.S. He said she was seeking political ayslum but he made no mention of any gangs or threats by the government, just that his wife wanted to live the American Dream. Photographs from Facebook posted by the Mail show a happy mother with her family driving a nice car. However, the husband says his wife left without telling him or giving him the chance to say goodbye to their daughter.

Hungary approves ‘STOP Soros’ law, defying EU, rights groups
Hungary’s parliament on Wednesday approved a package of bills that criminalizes some help given to illegal immigrants, defying the European Union and human rights groups and narrowing the scope for action by non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Under the new law, officially called “STOP Soros”, individuals or groups who help migrants not entitled to protection to submit requests for asylum or who help illegal migrants gain status to stay in Hungary will be liable to prison terms.

China Escalates Hacks Against the US as Trade Tensions Rise
In recent weeks, Chinese hackers have reportedly breached a US Navy contractor that works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, stealing 614 GB of data about submarine and undersea weapons technology. Attacks in the last few months originating from China have also targeted US satellite and geospatial imaging firms, and an array of telecoms.

Jordan’s King to meet Trump
Jordan’s King Abdullah II set off for the United States on Thursday for talks with President Donald Trump on Middle East issues, including the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the palace said, according to AFP. Accompanied by his wife Rania, the monarch is also scheduled to meet with senior officials from the Trump administration and members of Congress, the palace said in a statement.

4 Texans Vow to Uphold Noahide Laws on Temple Mount
In addition to the Seven Noahide Laws, the four accepted upon themselves not to include a shituf in their belief. Shituf is a theological concept meaning “a partner”, more specifically, a partner or additional divine figure other than the God of Israel. “We don’t define ourselves as Christian and no longer believe in Jesus,” Mike explained to Breaking Israel News. “We are ger toshav and are connected to Israel.”

Kushner and Greenblatt meet Netanyahu, set to discuss U.S. peace plan
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Senior Advisor to President Donald Trump Jared Kushner and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt in Jerusalem on Friday. Greenblatt and Kushner are expected to present the Prime Minister with details of the American-sponsored peace plan which aims to re-start a negotiation process between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

Saudi-led coalition faces tough battle for Yemen’s Hodeidah port
A Saudi-led coalition riding high over its successful capture of Hodeidah airport from the Iran-aligned Houthis faces a daunting challenge to seize Yemen’s main seaport, the ultimate prize in the biggest offensive of the war. Alliance leaders Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have pledged a swift operation to take over the air and sea ports, without entering the city center…

EU tariffs on US goods come into force
The European Union (EU) has introduced retaliatory tariffs on US goods as a top official launched a fresh attack on President Donald Trump’s trade policy. The duties on €2.8bn (£2.4bn) worth of US goods came into force on Friday. Tariffs have been imposed on products such as bourbon whiskey, motorcycles and orange juice.

Venezuela crisis: UN says security forces killed hundreds
Venezuelan security forces have carried out hundreds of arbitrary killings under the guise of fighting crime, the UN says in a new report. The UN’s human rights body says it has credible accounts of security forces raiding poor neighbourhoods and killing young men, often in their homes. The rule of law was “virtually absent” in the country, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein said.

Canada uses massive US anti-terrorist database at borders
Canadian border guards have been screening travellers using a huge, secretive US anti-terrorism database that is almost never referred to publicly, new documents reveal. The database, called Tuscan, is provided to every Canadian border guard and immigration officer, and empowers them to detain, interrogate, arrest and deny entry to anyone found on it.

U.S. Faces ‘Unprecedented Threat’ From China on Tech Takeover
China’s “Thousand Talents” program to tap into its citizens educated or employed in the U.S. is a key part of multi-pronged efforts to transfer, replicate and eventually overtake U.S. military and commercial technology, according to American intelligence officials. The program, begun in 2008, is far from secret.

First human case of virus spread by mosquitoes reported in Florida
It’s mosquito season and it’s almost impossible to avoid being bitten. Concerns about mosquito-borne viruses like Zika and West Nile are renewed every year, but a mosquito-borne disease thought only to be transmitted to animals seems to have jumped the barrier to humans. Scientists first discovered the Keystone virus in the Keystone area of Tampa 50 years ago.

In China, universities seek to plant ‘Xi Thought’ in minds of students
Armed with interactive online courses, generous funding and new dedicated research institutes, China’s universities are on the frontlines of an effort to promote the thinking of President Xi Jinping to China and the world. Since October, many universities across China have placed “Xi Thought” at the core of their curricula – the first time since the era of Mao Zedong that a Chinese leader has been accorded similar academic stature.

Amazon Hires “Army Of Lobbyists” As Political Spending Outpaces WalMart, ExxonMobil
And or course, let’s not forget Bezos’ $250 million purchase of the Washington Post…

Lawsuit Photos Reveal Inhumane Conditions For Migrant Children Held At Obama Detainment Facility
The national debate over the American system of migrant detainment rages on in spite of President Donald Trump signing an executive order ending the practice of separating illegal immigrant families and a surprise visit by the first lady to a child detainment facility.

Sweden’s most popular musical festival shuts down PERMANENTLY due to sexual assaults by Islamic refugees – so now everyone has to suffer
The organisers of Sweden’s largest music festival have announced that the event will come to a close after cancelling this year’s festival following a wave of sex attacks last year.

Major Gaza escalation: Hamas, Islamic Jihad rewrote the rules against Israel
45 rockets fired at Israel, IDF strikes 25 Hamas targets Army says warning shot fired at incendiary balloon launchers in Gaza  Seven rockets intercepted, one lands near Israeli kindergarten

Texas Flooding Pictures: Heavy Rains Submerge Coastal Towns Under Several Inches of Water
South Texas was struck by heavy rainfall Wednesday, prompting major flooding that left yards and vehicles submerged for hours. The heavy rain prompted the National Weather Service to issue flash-flood emergencies in at least two counties.

9 Abortionists Accused of Breaking Law, Failing to Report Possible Child Sex Crimes
Nine Indiana abortion doctors and every abortion clinic in the state has been accused of breaking the law by failing to report abortions performed on girls younger than 16, some of whom were as young as 12.

Powerful Catholic Cardinal Prepares To Take Down Pope Francis Over Open Borders
As a huge backlash against George Soro’s open border agenda rises throughout Europe, more recently with refugees being turned away from Italy, a powerful Catholic Cardinal along with a group of conservatives are preparing to take down Pope Francis.

City of Berkeley demands forced depopulation to halt climate change “crisis” that it claims is worse than the Holocaust
Leave it to the liberals to not only engage in mass hysteria over purported climate changes, but to also call for a host of ridiculous, overbearing government efforts to put a band-aid on the problem. Berkeley City Council members just put forth a motion, proclaiming that there is a global climate emergency — and they’re calling it the “the greatest crisis in history.” The drama doesn’t end there; according to the loony leftists, climate change is responsible for more devastation to humanity than World War II — which is considered deadliest conflict in history.

Pope Francis Instructs The Vatican To Make Unprecedented Move To Pull LGBTQ Into The Catholic Church
Editor’s Note: I went to the web site of the Catholic Church where I grew up, and was surprised/not surprised to see a prominent graphic announcing that St. Mary’s Church was now a proud, LGBTQ welcoming church. I clicked on the link to that graphic, and it brought me to a site called the Tri-State LGBTQ Interparish Collaborative. A tab on that site invited me to attend the St. Francis of Assisi Pride Mass on June 28th.

Austria: Catholic Children Forced to Learn Islamic Songs, Punished if They Refused
“We were on our way home when he suddenly started to sing ‘Allah, Allah’”