14 Aug 2018

‘I would murder him, for the people’ Secret Service probing antifa threats against Trump
“Multiple members of the progressive protest group who gathered outside the White House Sunday threatened President Trump with physical violence and murder,” the report said. “The Secret Service tells The Daily Caller they are now ‘aware’ of the threats and are ‘investigating’ the progressive protesters.”

North Korean scientists attempting to CLONE humans for Kim’s super army
Dictator Kim Jong-Un wants to create an army of super soldiers who will obey his every command. Genetic scientists have spent billions on a secret cloning programme started by Kim’s grandfather more than 30 years ago. Now intelligence experts believe the 35-year-old tyrant wants to create perfect copies of both his father Kim Jong-il, grandfather Kim II-Sung, the founder of the modern state, and other family members – which could include himself. MI6 believes the secretive Communist state has already cloned cats, dogs and horses – and has been experimenting on human embryos for at least 10 years.

From laboratory in far west, China’s surveillance state spreads quietly
Filip Liu, a 31-year-old software developer from Beijing, was traveling in the far western Chinese region of Xinjiang when he was pulled to one side by police as he got off a bus. The officers took Liu’s iPhone, hooked it up to a handheld device that looked like a laptop and told him they were “checking his phone for illegal information”.

Horrifying details released in investigation of ‘extremist Muslim’ compound that allegedly conducted school-shooting training
The children discovered at an “extremist Muslim” compound in New Mexico earlier this month were both trained to use firearms and taught multiple tactical techniques in order to kill teachers, law enforcement and other institutions they found corrupt, state prosecutors revealed on Monday.

SOLAR MINIMUM CONDITIONS ARE IN EFFECT
A long, narrow hole has opened in the sun’s atmosphere, and it is spewing high-speed solar wind into space. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory photographed the fissure on Aug. 13th pointing directly at Earth.

MK Kahlon confirms Netanyahu met Sisi about Gaza
Moshe Kahlon: “Everything that will happen in Gaza will be done with Egyptian mediation and involvement.”

Pipe bombs thrown at Rachel’s Tomb
Border Police officers discovered two pipe bombs which had been thrown into the Rachel’s Tomb complex in Beit Lechem (Bethlehem). No one was injured.

Rabbis Weigh In: Who Is Amalek Today?
“There is no real purebred Amalek today since, according to the Talmud, King Sennacherib mixed up the nations,” Rabbi Winston told Breaking Israel News. “This means that we cannot point at any one nation and say that they are Amalek. It also means that Amalek has gotten mixed into the other nations and a little bit of Amalek is in everyone.”“Amalek is more than a physical people. It is also a concept and a spiritual reality. Different people can embody that concept. First and foremost, Amalek is doubt in divine providence.

Turkish Lira Sinks Against Dollar, Economy in Trouble
The Turkish lira plunged as much as 11% against the dollar, hitting a record low, before recovering some of its losses in volatile trading. The lira had already plummeted more than 20% last week as a political clash with the United States intensified and investors fretted about the Turkish government’s lack of action to tackle the problems plaguing its economy. The lira’s tailspin has unsettled global markets, with shares of European banks coming under particular pressure because of concerns over the lenders’ exposure to Turkey.

Argentina places blame for Gaza violence squarely on the Palestinians
In a sign of Buenos Aires’ changing attitude toward Israel, the Argentine Foreign Ministry has issued a statement that seems to put the blame for recent clashes between the Israeli military and Hamas squarely on the Palestinians. Referring to the recent escalation in tensions…Friday’s statement expressed its “deep concern” over the violence, which it said was “caused by the launch of rockets towards Israel.”

Westminster car crash: Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences
A man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament. The vehicle swerved into cyclists and pedestrians shortly after 07:30 BST, injuring three people. The suspect, in his late 20s, is not believed to be known to MI5 or counter-terrorism police, and is not co-operating with officers.

Sweden cars: 80 set on fire by gangs in several cities
Dozens of cars have been set alight in Sweden overnight, in what police say may be a co-ordinated criminal action. Up to 80 vehicles were badly damaged by gangs of black-clad youths, beginning at about 21:00 local time (19:00 GMT). Most of the damage took place in the western city of Gothenburg, but incidents were also reported in cities up to 100km (60 miles) away.

FBI agent Peter Strzok ‘fired over anti-Trump texts’
A veteran FBI agent who exchanged anti-Trump text messages with a colleague during the election has been fired from the FBI, his lawyer has said. Peter Strzok has been accused by Republicans of being biased against Donald Trump, and seeking to prevent his election victory. Mr Trump has pointed to the text exchanges as evidence of bias in the special counsel’s Russia probe.

Taliban blindsides U.S. forces with surprise Afghan offensive
The Taliban is on the verge of dramatically expanding its control over southern and eastern Afghanistan in a surprise offensive that has caught Afghan and U.S. forces off guard and thrown a vexing new wrench into the Trump administration’s strategy for ending the nearly 17-year-old war there. The Afghan Defense Ministry said Monday a Taliban assault on the city of Ghanzi…has killed roughly 100 Afghan security forces and some 20 civilians over the past three days.

From laboratory in far west, China’s surveillance state spreads quietly
Filip Liu, a 31-year-old software developer from Beijing, was traveling in the far western Chinese region of Xinjiang when he was pulled to one side by police as he got off a bus. The officers took Liu’s iPhone, hooked it up to a handheld device that looked like a laptop and told him they were “checking his phone for illegal information”.

Cash machines could be mass-hacked in global cyber attack, FBI warns
Banks have been warned of an imminent threat that their cash machines could be mass-hacked by cyber criminals. In a confidential alert on Friday, America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation told international banks that criminals are plotting a concerted global malware attack on cash machines in the next few days.

Russian warships enter Gibraltar waters for ‘combat training’ days after Royal Navy intercepted them in the English Channel
TWO Russian warships have entered Gibraltar waters for “combat training” – days after the Royal Navy intercepted them in the English Channel. The missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov and anti-submarine destroyer Severomorsk sailed past the British territory on the way to the Mediterranean Sea at the weekend. The vessels, which are part of Vladimir Putin’s Northern Fleet, will reportedly bolster the Russian Navy’s operations supporting Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in the civil war.

Chelsea Clinton: ‘Roe’ Helped Add ‘Three and a Half Trillion Dollars to Our Economy’
Abortion has been an important economic stimulus ever since it was legalized by the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, Chelsea Clinton claimed at a “Rise Up for Roe” event on Saturday.

United Methodist Church of Minnesota Removes ‘Father’ From Apostles’ Creed
At the annual Minnesota Conference of the United Methodist Church, the historic Apostles’ Creed was edited to remove the word ‘Father,’ to make it more compliant with culture.

Algae crisis explodes into leading campaign issue in Florida
..The worst toxic algae bloom to hit Florida’s Gulf Coast in a decade is decimating marine life — killing thousands of fish, in addition to dolphins, manatees, turtles, and potentially a whale shark. Humans are also suffering the effects — the “red tide”, so named because of the rust color the algae lends to the water, can be deeply detrimental to people. Floridians have reported respiratory issues and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has cautioned that algae can also induce nausea and other extreme symptoms, like vomiting.

Paris Creates ‘Eco-Friendly’ Urinals On Streets
Paris created “eco-friendly” public urinals on the city streets causing negative reactions from residents.

Polling Milestone: Democrats Officially Prefer Socialism To Capitalism
Democrats have a more positive view of socialism than they do of capitalism, a Gallup poll published Monday reveals.

15 Acid Attacks a Week in UK, 73% in London
The United Kingdom’s surge of the previously unheard of phenomenon of acid attacks has seen an average of 15 a week over the past three years, with the vast majority taking place in the crime-struck capital, London.

Google tracks your movements, like it or not
Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to. An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you’ve used a privacy setting that says it will prevent Google from doing so.

Trump Signs Massive Defense Bill: Biggest Pay Raise For Soldiers In Nine Years
On Monday, President Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, a bill authorizing an increase of over 15,000 troops as well as a long-overdue pay raise for soldiers. The military spending package includes $717 billion for national defense in the next fiscal year, according to the White House.

Soros Funded Group Caught Inciting Violence With ‘Be Like Maxine’ T-Shirts
The George Soros funded activist group “Color of Change” was caught launching a ‘hateful’ marketing campaign encouraging people to “Be Like Maxine” and promoting Rep. Maxine Waters who endorses violence against Trump supporters and officials.

US Clashes With Cuba, Venezuela As UN Approves Leftist Human Rights Chief
The U.N. General Assembly’s quick approval – without a vote – of the next U.N. human rights chief produced a clash between representatives of the U.S., Cuba and Venezuela, following concerns that the Latin American socialist nominated to the post has been sympathetic to the two leftist regimes.

Bishop Blows Whistle: Catholic Church is Protecting Pedophile Priests
Bishop David Zubik has blown the whistle to reveal that a large number of predator pedophile priests who were named this month are being protected by the Catholic Church and will remain in ministry.

Human Remains Found At Site Of Stolen Horizon Air Plane Crash Near Seattle
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) found human remains at the crash site of the Horizon Air plane an employee stole and wrecked near Seattle.

Obama Admin Holdovers Perpetrating “Greatest Political Scandal In American History”
In today’s toxic environment found inside “the swamp,” I am often reminded of the old saw about evil flourishing when good people do nothing. I consider this a truism, an absolute, a defined value that is not zero. Unfortunately, I have had the opportunity to see this phenomenon up close and personal.

Turkey begs the Trump to resume negotiations, as President’s heavy tariffs on the Islamic regime are crippling their country
Turkey’s trade minister on Friday implored U.S. President Donald Trump to return to the negotiating table on tariffs, hours after Trump imposed higher tariffs on imports from Turkey, including a 20 percent duty on aluminum and a 50 percent duty on steel.

Almost 10,000 Diagnosed With Cancer Caused By 9/11 – Media Blackout
Almost 10,000 people have been diagnosed with cancer that is linked directly to the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Cente back in 2001, according to the federal World Trade Center Health Program.