A Record 7 Named Storms Are Swirling Across The Globe – Has ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ Arrived?
As I mentioned above there are currently seven named storms that are active, but an eighth is about to join them, and that would break the all-time record…
George W. Bush decides to help save the Senate, House
Well, well, well. It looks like former President George W. Bush remembers he is a Republican after all and will now wade back into election-year politics to help out some GOP candidates up for re-election. It’s good to read he’s still on the Republican side of the aisle.
70 natural gas fires reported at homes in Lawrence, MA, evacuation of all residents underway
Firefighters in Lawrence, Massachusetts and surrounding areas responded to at least 70 natural gas fires or explosions Thursday. Electric power was cut to the area to prevent sparks that could set off more blazes and a general evacuation was announced.
U.S. Marines Conduct Live-Fire Drills With Syrian ‘Rebels’ In Rare Display Aimed At Russia
On Thursday an anti-Assad group in Syria’s south confirmed to Reuters via its ‘rebel’ commander that it is conducting rare military exercises with American forces in order to “send a strong message to Russia and Iran that the Americans and the rebels intend to stay and confront any threats to their presence,” according to a new Reuters report. The anti-Assad commander, Colonel Muhanad al Talaa, is part of the Pentagon-backed Maghawir al Thawra group now conducting eight days of “live-fire and ground assault” drills that involve “hundreds” of U.S. troops and allied Syrian insurgents cooperating together.
Nasrallah bursts into tears in front of thousands
Addressing thousands near Beirut, secretary-general of Hezbollah terror movement breaks down as he urges Shi’ite Muslims to refrain from cutting faces of their children during Ashura mourning period to repent for their sins.
Monster typhoon barrels toward north Philippines, China
Typhoon Mangkhut retained its ferocious strength and slightly shifted toward more densely populated coastal provinces on Friday as it barreled closer to the northeastern Philippines, where a massive evacuation was underway. More than 4 million people are at risk from the storm, which the Hawaii-based Joint Typhoon Warning Center categorizes as a super typhoon with powerful winds and gusts equivalent to a category 5 Atlantic hurricane.
China to ask Wall Street for ideas on improving U.S. ties
China will ask Wall Street firms for ways to improve ties with the United States and suggestions to open up its financial sector at a day-long meeting in Beijing on Sunday, people familiar with the matter said.
Hamas using 17,000 children to fight Israel
Jerusalem Institute for Justice submits request to sue Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh for using children as child soldiers, human shields. In the request, JIJ cites testimonies showing that Haniyeh committed two main war crimes: Firstly, he used children under the age of 15 for military purposes, using them both as child soldiers and to carry out terror attacks. Secondly, Haniyeh consistently used children as human shields and as military targets.
Putin Surprises Abe With Offer of Japan-Russia Peace Treaty
Russian President Vladimir Putin used an appearance at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok on Wednesday to float the idea of signing a peace treaty with Japan “without preconditions” by the end of 2018. Tokyo quickly reiterated its preferred course: resolving Japan and Russia’s long-standing territorial dispute before finalizing the post-World War II peace treaty.
Muslim Migration and Rape Statistics in Europe
Sweden has one of Europe’s highest rates of sexual assaults. At 120.79 violent sexual assaults per 100,000 people, and 56 rapes per 100,000, the otherwise bleak socialist country ranks as having the second highest rate of sexual violence in Europe. Sweden has the second highest non-indigenous Muslim immigration population rate in Europe and the second highest sexual assault rate in Europe. It would be foolish to pretend that this is a coincidence.
Iceland’s second deadliest volcano stirs: A sharp earthquake swarm detected in Öræfajökull
Several relatively strong earthquakes have been detected in one of the most powerful volcanoes in Iceland sinc yesterday. A total of 15 quakes have been recorded in the volcano in the past 48 hours, including two significant 2+ quakes: A 2.7 magnitude quake yesterda, Tuesday evening, at 20:13 and a second 2.6 magnitude quake today Wednesday at 12:45. The volcano is not particularly active, erupting at an interval of several hundred years. The 1362 eruption is considered to be the largest tepthra eruption in the world in the last 1000 years.
U.S. Peace Plan, Greenblatt: Washington Ready for ‘Criticism From All Sides’
U.S. President Donald Trump’s long-awaited “ultimate deal” peace-plan will likely be unpopular in parts to both Israelis and Palestinians, according to Mideast envoy, Jason Greenblatt. “We’re going to have to defend the plan to Israelis and Palestinians. We are ready for criticism from all sides, but we believe this is the best path forward for everyone,” he reportedly told Reuters in an interview.
India’s Iran oil purchases to fade ahead of U.S. sanctions
Indian refiners will cut their monthly crude loadings from Iran for September and October by nearly half from earlier this year as New Delhi works to win waivers on the oil export sanctions Washington plans to reimpose on Tehran in November. India’s loadings from Iran for this month and next will drop to less than 12 million barrels each, after purchases over April-August had been boosted in anticipation of the reductions.
Typhoon Mangkhut: Millions in path of ‘monster’ storm
Super Typhoon Mangkhut has gathered strength as it barrels towards the Philippines, weather officials say. The storm is now packing winds of 255 km/h (160 mph) and officials say more than five million people are directly in its path. Last-minute preparations are under way before it makes landfall on the northern tip of the main island of Luzon by Saturday.
Syria war: Turkey ‘reinforces military posts in Idlib’
Turkey is reportedly reinforcing its military observation posts inside rebel-held north-western Syria ahead of an expected government offensive. Activists saw a convoy heading towards some of the 12 posts set up last year under a “de-escalation” deal with the government’s allies, Russia and Iran. Turkey supports rebel factions trying to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.
FBI mum about sudden closing of solar observatory.
Mystery continues to surround the sudden shutdown last week of the national Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico, which remained closed Thursday with little explanation offered. The silence has given rise to guessing games and conspiracy theories bouncing around on social media about what happened at the facility in the Sacramento Mountains, especially given reports that the FBI was involved.
Trump’s antitrust enforcer considers shifting up a gear
The chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, which stops mergers it believes will push up prices, signaled Thursday he was willing to consider tougher enforcement, a move that could affect high profile big tech companies but also energy producers, drug makers and a big swath of the U.S. economy.
US expects some Israeli criticism of parts of coming Mideast plan
The Trump administration is prepared for Israeli criticism of elements of its coming Middle East peace plan, the US envoy to the region said, even as Washington faces growing Palestinian accusations that it will be heavily tilted in favor of Israel. In an interview with Reuters, Jason Greenblatt, a chief architect of the…peace initiative, said US negotiators had entered the “pre-launch phase” of the plan, despite a boycott by Palestinian leaders.
Up to 40 inches of Rain From Florence to Trigger Catastrophic Flooding
Hurricane Florence will hammer the Carolinas and other parts of the Southeast for several days. While impacts from wind will be destructive, Florence’s rainfall is likely to trigger catastrophic flooding in some areas and will flirt with all-time state rainfall totals from tropical cyclones.
Hurricane Florence’s uncertain track sows fear; 10 million in crosshairs
Hurricane Florence put a corridor of more than 10 million people in the crosshairs Wednesday as the monster storm closed in on the Carolinas, uncertainty over its projected path spreading worry across a widening swath of the Southeast.
Sessions: 72,000 Died from Overdoses Last Year–‘Highest Drug Death Toll’ in US History
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday outlined the DOJ’s efforts to address the growing drug opioid crisis in the nation, including the hiring of 400 more DEA task force officers and 300 federal prosecutors – “the largest surge in prosecutors in decades.”
Progressivism Takes Its Place among the Major Religions
Christianity, Judaism, and Islam all profess an all-knowing and all-powerful supernatural being: God. Progressives may say they do not belong to a religion because they do not believe in God. But Progressivism professes an all-powerful State. The State is Progressives’ god and determines what is moral and immoral and has the power to destroy whom it wants.
A Good Democrat: Code Pink AZ Senate Candidate Fought To Protect Men Caught With Child Prostitutes
Democratic Arizona Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, a Senate nominee, fought to protect loopholes for men caught with child prostitutes, on the grounds that some 12-year-old children can look like adults.
Wealthy elitists literally living off blood transfusions from children … Modern “vampires” are real
Reaching an all new low in exploitation of the poor and innocent, it has now become fashionable for the idle rich to try to hang on to their youth and beauty by getting expensive blood transfusions using the blood of young children.
US Destroyer Enters Mediterranean As Syria Tensions Build; Carrier On Standby
An American battleship, the USS Bulkeley destroyer, has reportedly entered the Mediterranean and is headed for Syria, equipped with over 50 Tomahawk missiles. This deployment comes after previous reports of the attack submarine USS Newport News (SSN-750) arriving in the Mediterranean, and after the arrival Tuesday of A U.S. Marine Corps small attack carrier full of F-35B stealth jets, the USS Essex, in the Middle East region as detailed by the military website, Task and Purpose.
New laser-equipped drones will take out missile threats against the US
If an enemy tries to launch ICBMs (Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles) to destroy American cities and Smalltown, USA … then new drones with powerful laser weapons could blast them out of the sky.
Special Report: Planned Parenthood’s Main Collector Sells Aborted Tissue At Over Double Real Price
…A Center For Medical Progress (CMP) special report reveals that Advance Bioscience Resources, Inc. (ABR) — a 501(c)3 non-profit — is allegedly selling aborted body parts for much more than their real cost even though federal law forbids the transfer of fetal tissue in exchange for “valuable consideration.”
Is Transgender The New Anorexia? New Study Suggests So
Brown University Professor Lisa Littman recently published a blockbuster study on the “transgender” phenomenon, presenting evidence that parts of it might be a “social contagion”—a maladaptive coping technique for troubled teens, spread by peer groups and the Internet. Brown issued a press release about the study, then promptly retracted it and replaced it with a weasely non-statement that just drew more attention to Littman’s research. This was in response to a furious outcry from transgender activists, and I can see why they find this study such a threat.
Earth’s Oceans Suddenly Explode With Massive Tropical Storms, Scientists Baffled
The earth oceans in the Northern Hemisphere are facing a worrying onslaught of hurricanes and typhoons, seemingly overnight.
Leland, North Carolina already CRIMINALIZING all personal firearms ahead of the coming hurricane… city leaders believe hurricanes nullify the Constitution – NaturalNews.com
Despite the fact that major storms can leave communities devastated and vulnerable to criminal acts in the aftermath like looting, one North Carolina city is acting to prevent its citizens from defending themselves if Hurricane Florence, now bearing down on the state, makes landfall and wreaks havoc.
CHIP PARTY: Wisconsin Tech Company Three Square Market Known For Microchipping Employees Rolling Out Global Tracking Chip
“We started with a simple little chip, and now it’s evolved into a whole other business. We’re in development right now of an actual chip that will be powered by the human body … and it will have GPS-tracking capabilities along with voice recognition,” Westby said.
Someone Screwed Up: FEMA Delivered Millions of Bottles to Puerto Rico, It’s Been Rotting on a Runway For a Year
Last year in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, FEMA delivered millions of bottles of water to the island as part of the relief effort. After the supplies were delivered, hundreds of pallets worth, they were never distributed. CBS News broke the story.