21 Jul 2018

Disney fires ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director over tweets about pedophilia & rape
James Gunn, the director of two ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ movies, has been fired by Disney from the sequel after his tweets referencing pedophilia and rape were dug up by conservative journalists. “The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values, and we have severed our business relationship with him,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn said in a statement on Friday.

IDF attacks 60 targets in Gaza
The Israel Air Force (IAF) on Friday attacked some 60 targets belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza and destroyed three compounds belonging to the group.

Mitch McConnell Is Ready To Play Hardball To Get Kavanaugh Confirmed
Mitch McConnell told senior Republicans that he will schedule Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote on a date just before the November elections if Democrats demand access to the full scope of records the judge produced in the George W. Bush administration.

Lisa Page confirms Strzok thought Russia probe meritless
Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has confirmed to Congress members that when lead FBI investigator Peter Strzok told her in a text message “there’s no big there there,” he was referring to the quality of the allegation of Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 election. Citing multiple witnesses to the closed-door meeting one week ago, Page, who was in an extra-marital relationship with Strzok at the time of the text, made the confirmation “in the most pained and contorted way,” Solomon noted it’s no longer in dispute that Strzok and Page held animus for the subject of their Russia probe, Donald Trump…

The EU Has Been America’s “Foe” Since The End Of The Old Cold War
“Well, I think we have a lot of foes. I think the European Union is a foe, what they do to us in trade. Now, you wouldn’t think of the European Union, but they’re a foe.” He soon thereafter qualified his unprecedented statement by saying that “I respect the leaders of those countries. But, in a trade sense, they’ve really taken advantage of us and many of those countries are in NATO and they weren’t paying their bills…

Filthy, nasty sanctuary city spends $37K per transient
To fight homelessness, taxpayers are shelling out hundreds of millions of dollars every year in San Francisco, California – a city that proudly touts its designation as a “sanctuary city” while its streets are becoming more recognized for scattered feces and LGBT demonstrations than cable cars.

Syrian regime pounds ISIS near Golan
The Syrian regime and its Russian backers launched widespread air and artillery strikes against ISIS-held positions next to the Golan on Saturday. Over the last 24 hours the Syrian regime launched an offensive against the ISIS affiliate that holds a section of the southern Golan in Syria. Since 2015 ISIS was able to attract hundreds of followers to a group called Jaysh Khalid bin-Walid and take over a dozen villages near the southern Golan and Jordan.

Japan heatwave: Warnings issued amid scorching temperatures
People across Japan have been urged to take precautions against a heatwave that has killed about 30 people. Thousands more have sought hospital treatment for heat-related conditions over the past two weeks. Temperatures reached 40.7C (105F) in central Japan earlier this week, a five-year nationwide peak.

Polish judges law: MPs back further changes amid row
Poland’s lower house of parliament has approved further laws to reform the judiciary – a move that critics say threatens democracy. The changes backed by the Sejm make it easier to replace the Supreme Court Chief Justice Malgorzata Gersdorf. Earlier this month, Prof Gersdorf had refused to step down, rejecting a controversial law forcing senior judges to retire early.

Ukraine crisis: US to give Kiev $200m in defence support
The US has announced it will give Ukraine $200m (£152m) to strengthen its defence capabilities. In a statement, the Pentagon said the funds would be for training, communications, medical, and other non-lethal operational needs. The US said it had given more than $1bn in defence support to Kiev since 2014.

Ferguson fire near Yosemite National Park continues to grow
A forest fire in the Sierra Nevada just west of Yosemite National Park expanded to nearly 36 square miles (93 square kilometers) on Friday. More than 2,700 firefighters aided by a fleet of helicopters were battling the Ferguson Fire but only 7 percent of its perimeter was contained. Ground crews dealt with high heat and rugged terrain with little to no access by roads, officials said. Thunderstorms with gusty winds were also a concern.

Hamas says ceasefire reached with Israel after bloody Friday
Hamas announced early Saturday it had agreed to a ceasefire with Israel, after another round of hostilities Friday, during which Palestinian snipers killed an IDF soldiers and Israel responded with extensive strikes across the Gaza Strip. “With Egyptian and United Nations efforts it has been agreed to return to the era of calm between (Israel) and Palestinian factions,” said Fawzi Barhoum, a Hamas spokesman.

Trump and the U.S. dollar: Actions speak louder than words
U.S. President Donald Trump may not be happy about the strength of the U.S. dollar, but the greenback’s recent rally may partly be a product of his own making. The U.S. dollar has been climbing against major currencies for several months, with the dollar index .DXY up nearly 7.0 percent over the last three months and on Thursday hit a one year high.

McDonald’s tainted salads have now sickened 163 people in 10 states
The number of people sickened by tainted McDonald’s salads has jumped to 163 in 10 states. Three of the victims have been hospitalized.

After Gay Coup, Catholics Aim to Drop ‘St. Patrick’ from Boston Parade
The Catholic League of Massachusetts has proposed removing the name “St. Patrick” from South Boston’s annual Saint Patrick’s Day parade, saying the agenda of the event’s homosexual leadership is an affront to Christianity.

Michigan Man Captured On Syrian Battlefield With Disturbing Ties To ISIS
A U.S. citizen suspected of fighting for the Islamic State was captured on a battlefield in northern Syria earlier this month, according to U.S. officials from multiple agencies.

U.S Heat Wave: Texas Smashes 1925 Heat Record As Power Prices Surge On Demand – Bloomberg Quint
North Texas smashed a 93-year-old daily heat record Thursday, with the mercury climbing to 108 degrees Fahrenheit (42 Celsius) in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

More Americans are drinking themselves to death, study suggests
The Great Recession continues to take a grim toll: Since 2009, a growing number of Americans have died from liver disease and liver cancer.

We only THINK we’re smarter: Scientists shocked when orangutans were filmed making their OWN MEDICINE for sore limbs
…a female orangutan in the Sabangau Forest chewing on the leaves of a plant and working them into a soapy lather. She can then be seen carefully rubbing it onto her arms and elbows for seven minutes. “Indy,” as she is called, doesn’t swallow the leaves and eventually spits out the chewed-up pulp.

Pro-abortion Hollywood preparing propaganda movies to save Roe v. Wade
As pro-abortion politicians, activists, journalists, and pundits express outrage over the prospect of a second Trump Supreme Court nominee helping overturn Roe v. Wade, several movies are currently in the works hoping to stoke fears about a post-Roe America.

Residents In Southern Israel Warned To Stay Near Shelters – Is War Coming?
The Israeli Air Force struck terror targets across the Hamas-run Gaza Strip following gunfire directed towards IDF troops during protests along the border fence.

Iowa Nightmare As Tornadoes Ravage Towns; Officials Declare State Of Emergency
Parts of Iowa were left devastated as several tornadoes carved a path through the state. In Marshalltown, a city of 27,000 people around 50 miles northeast of Des Moines, roofs were peeled off buildings like tin cans, buildings were flattened, and the cupola of the historic courthouse was blown 175 feet to the ground as city officials declared a state of emergency with a 9pm curfew.

IDF Launches Deep Airstrikes In Gaza Strip As Palestinian Sniper Fire Stokes Talk Of A 4th Gaza War
Netanyahu arrives at defense headquarters amid fresh airstrikes on Gaza targets following sniper fire at IDF soldiers; 4 Hamas fighters dead; Minister: ‘The gloves are coming off’

EU To Sue Hungary For Banning George Soros From Country
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orba, who earlier year banned all of globalist George Soros’s Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) from Hungary, could now face a lawsuit from the EU for his “Stop Soros” bill.

Scottish University Fires Catholic Chaplain for Opposing Gay Pride
A Scottish university fired its Catholic chaplain this week after the priest held a liturgical service in reparation for the sins of Gay Pride.

Disney Director James Gunn Exposed: Disturbing History of Child Rape ‘Jokes’
Disney director James Gunn has a years-long history of “joking” about his own fantasies about raping and molesting children. Gunn also has a history of making racist and homophobic jokes about the Holocaust, rape, Jews, AIDS, and Mexicans.

Proof That Muslim Millions Purchased The Obama Presidency Starting Way Back In 1979
We Believe This Is Proof That The Financing Of The Presidency Of Barack Hussein Obama Began Back In The Early 1980’s, And That He Sits In That Office Now To Do The Bidding Of His Muslim Masters.

Prince Charles Claims He ‘Didn’t Know’ Pedophile Bishop Had Done Anything Wrong
….The future British king told the court he was unaware that the bishop he was friends with for over 20 years was a pedophile because he didn’t understand the clergyman’s conviction for raping children equated to an “admission of guilt.”