Has the Palestinians’ Relevance in End-of-Days Process Expired?
Rabbi Pinchas Winston, a prolific end-of-days author, believes the political marginalization of the Palestinians is a sign that they have fulfilled their purpose in the Messianic process and are no longer necessary. “This is clearly a divine process since it was totally unexpected. It certainly wouldn’t have happened under Obama and probably not under any of the previous presidents who promised to move the embassy but didn’t.”
New York overtakes London as top financial center; Brexit blamed
New York has overtaken London as the world’s most attractive financial center, a survey said on Wednesday, as Britain’s decision to leave the European Union prompts banks to shift jobs out of the city to preserve access to Europe’s single market.
Florence could topple Katrina as costliest U.S. hurricane ever
Hurricane Florence could cause more than $170 billion in damage to the East Coast this weekend and become the costliest hurricane in U.S. history. The Category 4 storm is expected to hit the Carolinas late Thursday or early Friday and threaten cities in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.
Everything you need to know about Snopes
Welcome to the thoroughly unprofessional, politically biased, widely discredited and scandal-plagued world of Snopes.com – now one of the premier gatekeepers in the wacky and warped world of “truth detection” by what I have labeled the internet’s emerging “Speech Code Cartel,” which includes Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Apple and Amazon. “If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers,” . That is just one of the many techniques Snopes and its co-founder David Mikkelson employ to redefine truth and reality to their liking…
Israel is under massive Chinese, Russian cyber espionage attack
“We believe Israel is under a multi-frontal attack, a significant threat to our national security. Some of the spying is classic, like it used to be: living agents recruited for personal gain or ideology. We know how to deal with those. But some attacks are being carried out by other means, less visible and clear.”
In Fiery Speech, Hungary PM Slams EU: “You Condemn Us Because We Are Not A Nation Of Migrants”
Hungary’s populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban delivered a fiery speech in the European Parliament in Strasbourg in which he claimed his country was being condemned for choosing not to be a “country of migrants”, as he conceded that the European parliament was set to trigger the EU’s most serious sanction against his government. A defiant Orban accused the “pro-migrant majority” of having “already made up their minds” to invoke the European Union Treaty’s Article 7 against Hungary, for its treatment of migrants and minorities, and the ruling party purported abuse of the law and suppression of media freedoms. “But still I have come heretoday because you are not going to condemn a government but a country as well as a nation. You are going to denounce Hungary that has been a member of the family of Christian nations for a thousand years.”
Putin says Russia’s defense ties with China based on trust
Russian President Vladimir Putin told Chinese President Xi Jinping that Moscow and Beijing’s relations were based on trust in areas ranging from politics to security and defense.
California GOP House candidate used campaign sign to protect himself from knife attacker, investigator says
A Republican House candidate in Northern California was attacked by a knife-wielding man who was shouting profanities about President Donald Trump at a local fair over the weekend, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Tuesday, citing authorities. “All of a sudden we hear someone screaming, “F— Trump, f— Trump!” a witness said. At that point, authorities suspect, Fazeli pulled out a switchblade knife and tried to stab Peters, but the weapon malfunctioned.
Earthquake in southeastern MO rumbles parts of TN
An earthquake in the southeast area of Missouri shook near parts of Tennessee as well. The magnitude 2.1 quake hit at 2:47 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 10. It was closest to Madie, Tn but Dyersburg, Union City and Martin, Tn were in the area of the quake as well.
ANALYSIS: Iran continues attempts to expand Islamic Revolution
The regime, however, has no intention to cave in and last week stepped up its efforts to turn Iraq and Syria into satellite states by attacking or threatening U.S. related targets in both Syria and Iraq and by reinforcing its proxy forces in the Middle East. After a three-state summit in Tehran about the Syrian war, which was attended by the leaders of Iran, Turkey, and Russia, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani openly stated that Iran was seeking the ouster of the US military from Syria. “We have to force the United States to leave (Syria)” Rouhani told reporters while warning that the U.S. and Israel have realized “they will not reach their objectives” in the devastated country.
State of the Union LIVE: EU FINALLY wakes up and admits they got it WRONG on migrants
THE European Union has finally admitted they made mistakes over the refugee crisis as Jean-Claude Juncker announced a raft of proposals to tackle the migration row during his final State of the Union speech. It comes as the bloc is engulfed by rising populism and nationalism, which threatens the upcoming EU elections in May.
Monster Hurricane Florence aims to drench Carolinas
Coastal residents fleeing a potentially devastating blow from Hurricane Florence encountered empty gasoline pumps and depleted store shelves as the monster storm neared the Carolina coast with 140 mph (225 kph) winds and drenching rain that could last for days. While some said they planned to stay put despite hurricane watches and warnings that include the homes of more than 5.4 million people on the East Coast, many weren’t taking any chances. Steady streams of vehicles full of people and belongings flowed inland Tuesday as Gov. Roy Cooper tried to convince everyone on North Carolina’s coast to flee.
UNRWA head appeals to Arab League, says regional stability at stake
UNRWA Commissioner General Pierre Krähenbühl appealed Tuesday in Cairo to Arab League nations to help him raise $200 million in donor funding to make up for the loss of financial support from the United States. He told The Jerusalem Post that a number of Arab countries already increased their contribution after the US funding first appeared to be in jeopardy in January.
Juncker: EU will send additional 10,000 guards to borders
The EU plans to send 10,000 more border guards to tackle unlawful immigration by 2020, the European Commission’s president Jean-Claude Juncker said in his annual state of the union address. He called for more solidarity, rather than “ad-hoc solutions” for people on migrant ships. His speech also tackled the region’s other burning issues – populism, terrorism and Brexit.
Libya’s Tripoli airport diverts flights after rocket attack
The only working airport in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, has diverted flights after it came under rocket fire. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties at Mitiga International Airport after the attack on Tuesday night. The airport had only reopened on Friday following clashes between rival militias.
Global hunger increasing, UN warns
The number of people suffering from hunger has increased during the past three years, after years of decline, a UN report suggests. According to the analysis, 821 million people globally were undernourished in 2017 – about one person in every nine. And nearly 151 million under-fives – 22% of the global total – have their growth stunted by poor nutrition.
Arizona’s top prosecutor reportedly investigating Google
Arizona’s top prosecutor is investigating Google for its location tracking practices…According to a public filing…Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has hired an outside law firm to help investigate a tech company for potential Consumer Fraud Act violations related to the “storage of consumer location data” and “tracking of consumer location…even when consumers turn off ‘location services’ and take other steps to stop such tracking.”
Palestinians turn to ICC over West Bank village demolition
Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)’s Secretary General Saeb Erekat said Tuesday the Palestinians have filed a new complaint against Israel with the International Criminal court (ICC) to investigate Israel’s planned demolition of the Bedouin village of Khan al Ahmar in the West Bank. He also indicated the Palestinians plan to join other international bodies.
Putin says Russia must diversify currencies it uses in international trade
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Moscow needed to diversify the foreign currencies it used in international trade and not solely rely on the U.S. dollar for such transactions. The Russian central bank has been increasing the share of gold and Chinese yuan in its coffers amid risks of more U.S. sanctions that could target Russia’s ability to trade globally.
Female Teens Transitioning To Males Are Five Times More Likely To Attempt Suicide Than Male Teens, Study Shows
More than 50 percent of adolescent females transitioning to the opposite gender tried committing suicide, according to a Tuesday study that asked a number of respondents with various gender identities about suicide attempts.
Ige signs emergency proclamation ahead of Olivia’s arrival
Gov. David Ige signed an emergency proclamation that will provide relief for disaster damages, losses and suffering caused by Hurricane Olivia. Even if Olivia arrives as a tropical storm, as predicted, Hawaii is in danger of experiencing high winds, heavy rains, high surf, storm surges and flooding that threaten to harm communities and cause extensive damage to public and private property across the state.
US Navy ships flee Virginia base as Hurricane Florence approaches
The US Navy has ordered 30 ships, likely including nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and submarines, to take to the seas as Hurricane Florence approaches from the Atlantic with 115 mph winds.
Crack Pipe Vending Machines Begin Appearing In New York
Police in Suffolk County, New York are baffled after discovering multiple e “crack pipe vending machines” in Long Island, as an investigation launches to find where they came from.
Over 100 migrants killed when rafts sink off Libyan coast
185 people, including 20 children, were on inflatable rafts trying to make perilous crossing to Europe on September 1, Doctors without Borders says.
Second person is struck down with deadly monkeypox virus in UK
A second person has been struck down with the deadly monkeypox virus just days after health officials revealed the first ever case had reached the UK. Public Health England said the patient is currently receiving treatment at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, a specialist centre. Officials believe they caught the virus, often spread through handling monkeys and proves fatal in 10 per cent of cases, in Nigeria before flying to England. The unidentified patient first went to Blackpool Victoria Hospital with symptoms, before they tested positive for monkeypox.
Egypt freezes assets of 1,100 charities linked to Muslim Brotherhood
Move against outlawed organization follows passage of law that allows authorities to cut off funds for ‘terrorist groups’
Chinese Government Begins ‘Sinicization’ Campaign Of Burning Bibles, Forcing Christians To Sign Papers Renouncing Their Faith
The Chinese government is destroying crosses, burning bibles, closing churches and forcing Christian believers to sign papers renouncing their faith as the crackdown on religious congregations in Beijing and several provinces intensifies.
Filming of Fake Syrian ‘Chemical Attack’ Has Already Begun, Warns Russian MoD
Russia’s Ministry of Defense has warned that footage of a “false flag chemical attack” in Idlib, Syria has already been filmed and is due to be handed to the media before the end of Tuesday.
Democratic Socialist Threatens Mass Shooting at Trump Hotel
An anonymous Twitter user with an account dedicated to promoting the Democratic Socialists has threatened a mass shooting at Tuesday evening’s MAGA Meetup at Trump Hotel in DC.
Nuclear power plants expected to take direct hit from Hurricane Florence
The NWS issued an alert on Tuesday warning of the coming “life-threatening storm surge along the coasts of North and South Carolina” as Hurricane Florence makes its way to the U.S. East Coast where the storm will make landfall Friday.
Bill De Blasio Teams Up With London Mayor Sadiq Khan To Go After Big Oil | The Daily Caller
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and London Mayor Sadiq Khan are teaming up to encourage municipalities around the world to do away with their fossil fuel investments.
Driver’s License Insecurity
Jeb Bush’s Florida issued 18 drivers licenses to the 9/11 hijackers.
Nearly Two Decades Later, The Cover-Up Continues
The JFK assassination, the Oklahoma City Bombing, the Boston Marathon Bombing, the London Subway Bombings and the events of 9/11, nothing ever changes. The public is looking at either a massive series of cover-ups or unwarranted secrecy with regard to the evidence leading to each crime.