13 Oct 2018

Strong earthquake, 6.7 mag was detected near Ozernovskiy in Russia
An earthquake magnitude 6.7 (ml/mb) has occurred on Saturday, 262 km NW of Ozernovskiy, Russia (163 miles). A tsunami warning has been issued near Ozernovskiy in Russia (Does not indicate if a tsunami actually did or will exist).

Hillary Clinton Commits to Mass Violence Across America if Dems Don’t Win Mid-Terms
Hillary Clinton, who is reportedly running for President in 2020, has just announced that if Democrats don’t win the mid-terms by taking back the House of Representatives, they will unleash mass violence across America. “[Hillary Clinton] says that civility can ONLY return when the Democrats take back the government,” writes Martin Armstrong from ArmstrongEconomics.com. “Clearly, this is throwing down the gauntlet that it shall be their way or no way. Hillary is effectively advocating the destruction of the United States.

You Are Not Hallucinating – Hurricane Leslie Is Headed Toward Spain And Africa
Hurricane Leslie is currently headed toward Africa and Europe. The “toward” is the “weather weird” part of the statement because typically tropical systems have their origins in easterly waves that move “away” from the African continent. Leslie is a long-lasting storm that has drunkenly meandered around the Atlantic Ocean since September 23rd. From the weather weirding department: (Citing a NOAA hurricane discussion at 5:00 am AST) “a tropical storm warning has been issued for (Madeira)) island. It is the first known tropical storm warning for that place, and there are no known tropical storms in the historical record anywhere within 100 miles of that island,

Senate passes bill sanctioning Hamas, Hezbollah ‘human shields’ practice
The Senate passed legislation on Friday mandating the government sanction members of Hamas and Hezbollah responsible for using human shields in warfare. The legislation, titled the STOP Using Human Shields Act, was authored and supported by Republican and Democrats. It now moves to the House of Representatives for consideration. Various American Jewish groups and Israel advocacy organizations praised the bill’s passage.

Indonesia flash flooding kills at least 21 on Sumatra island
Landslides and flash flooding following heavy rainfall on the Indonesian island of Sumatra have left at least 21 people dead, officials say. Eleven of the dead were children buried when mud and water engulfed their classroom in the village of Muara Saladi in North Sumatra province. Another 10 people are missing at the site. More than 500 homes in the provinces of North and West Sumatra have been damaged.

Australia to stop religious schools rejecting gay students
Australia’s prime minister has promised to ban religious schools from discriminating against gay students. Scott Morrison said new legislation would “make it clear that no student of a non-state school should be expelled on the basis of their sexuality”. Some Australian states allow such schools to turn away gay students.

Andrew Brunson: US pastor leaves Turkey after release
A US pastor has left Turkey after more than two years in detention in a case that badly strained ties with the US. Andrew Brunson left from the western city of Izmir in a US military plane bound for Germany, his lawyer said. President Trump said Mr Brunson would probably visit the White House on Saturday after landing in the US.

UN criticised over new human rights council members
Countries that have been widely criticised for severe human rights abuses are among 18 newly elected members of the UN Human Rights Council. Campaigners had urged UN member states to oppose the candidacy of the Philippines and Eritrea and said the choice of Bahrain and Cameroon raised “significant concerns”. The US quit the council in June, saying it made a mockery of human rights.

Facebook hack victims will not get ID theft protection
Facebook has said it will not provide identity fraud protection for the victims of its latest data breach. On Friday it revealed 14 million users had highly personal information stolen by hackers. It included search history, location data and information about relationships, religion and more. However, unlike other major hacks involving big companies, Facebook said it had no plans to provide protection services for concerned users.

Google CEO Tells Senators That Censored Chinese Search Engine Could Provide “Broad Benefits”
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has refused to answer a list of questions from U.S. lawmakers about the company’s secretive plan for a censored search engine in China. In a letter…Pichai told a bipartisan group of six senators that Google could have “broad benefits inside and outside of China,” but said he could not share details about the censored search engine because it “remains unclear” whether the company “would or could release a search service” in the country.

40% of the American middle class face poverty in retirement, study concludes
Nearly half of middle-class Americans face a slide into poverty as they enter their retirement, a recent study by the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School has concluded. That risk has been driven by depressed earnings, depressed asset values and increased health-care costs — causing 74 percent of Americans planning to work past traditional retirement age.

Hurricane Michael leaves friends, relatives searching for thousands of people
On Day 2 after Hurricane Michael made landfall, search and rescue was still under way, state emergency officials said Friday — as more emphasis was beginning to shift to the “search.” Thousands of people had been informally reported missing to local authorities, the Red Cross and the state, as people looked for their friends and relatives.

Israel, Syria to reopen Golan crossing
Israel, Syria and the United Nations have agreed to open the Quneitra crossing in the Golan Heights on Monday, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Friday. Haley said in a statement that the opening “will allow UN peacekeepers to step up their efforts to prevent hostilities in the Golan Heights region.”

20 terrorists break through the fence, IDF shoots 3
In the midst of the violent riots at the Gaza border fence, IDF troops shot and killed Friday Palestinian terrorists who blew up an explosive device on the fence in the southern Gaza Strip and attempted to cross into Israeli territory. An initial investigation into the incident shows that the terrorists placed a bomb on the fence, which exploded in part.

Red Tide is back on Pinellas beaches. Hurricane Michael’s winds bring dead fish, odors back to shore
It’s back. The Red Tide algae bloom that was floating offshore in recent weeks, giving Pinellas County’s beaches a bit of relief from the waves of dead fish and irritating odors in the air, has returned. Gusts of wind spun off from Hurricane Michael apparently pushed it back close to Florida’s Gulf coast shore.

L.A. typhus outbreak adds fuel to the debates over homelessness and housing
A man hospitalized for dehydration a few months ago at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center started suffering a severe fever, and doctors weren’t sure why.

Polio-like illness is on the rise with 85 possible cases
Cases of a paralyzing condition that affects mostly children appear to be on the rise across the country, an unofficial survey by NBC News has found.

Advocates of religious freedom cheer as Christian bakery is cleared of wrongdoing for their refusal to promote homosexuality
The Supreme Court in the United Kingdom has ruled in favor of a bakery that refused a customer’s request for a cake with a message promoting same-sex marriage.

Millions of Muslims are headed for internment camps in China, as the country’s government legalizes facilities to eliminate Islam which they view as a mental illness
The government of China passed a regional law Tuesday formally allowing officials in the Muslim-majority province of Xinjiang to established internment camps for ethnic Uighurs considered insufficiently loyal to the Communist Party.

In a brazen attack, Iranian general vows that his country will absolutely destroy the Jewish State with a devastating military attack on Israel
A TOP Iranian General has vowed to destroy Israel, warning “there will soon be no way to escape but the sea”, raising fears of a major outbreak of conflict in the volatile Middle East.

FBI Corruption Epidemic: Compromised Agents Recalled from Asia Over Prostitution
In the latest of a long line of corruption scandals at the FBI, several agents have been recalled from Asia over allegations of “partying and interacting with prostitutes.”

Death Toll Inches Up As Michael Weakens To A Post Tropical Cyclone
Michael was downgraded Thursday night to a post-tropical cyclone as the storm moved into Virginia, bringing the death toll to 11 people.

Facebook blocks ads for film exposing notorious abortionist
Facebook’s rejection of promotions for a film debuting this weekend in theaters across the nation is “censorship pure and simple,” claims a producer of “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.”

Dark Money Group Teams With Progressive Fund Led By Steyer And Soro
A dark money nonprofit is teaming up with a project launched earlier this year financed by political billionaire activists Tom Steyer and George Soros in a bid to boost Democratic causes and candidates in at least 11 states, according to campaign finance disclosure documents.

LGBT Law Regulating Church Hiring Decisions ‘Reflects Our Values and Culture,’ Austin City Council Says
The city of Austin, Texas defended the lack of a religious exemption for churches in its new LGBT anti-discrimination law in response to a lawsuit, arguing that the law “reflects our values and culture.”

First They Came for Alex Jones — We Told You We Were Next
October 11, 2018 will be remembered in history as the day the tech giants attempted to wipe out independent, liberty-minded, antiwar media from the airwaves. On Thursday, in a coordinated effort, hundreds of pages devoted to peace and liberty were memory holed by social media giants.

Former Polish priest called for a ‘harvest’ on Jews and won’t be punished | Katarzyna Markusz
The District Prosecutor’s Office for Warsaw’s district Srodmieście refused to open an investigation into the case of “public insult to a group of people on account of their nationality” by former priest Jacek Miedlar. In his column the former clergyman described Jews as “tares” and called his readers “to start the harvest.” Prosecutor Hanna Stachowicz stated that in this case “there are no signs of a prohibited act.”

WATCH: BDS neo-Nazis disrupt Holocaust film screening in Berlin
BDS is the 21st-century version of Kristallnacht. Remember that the Nazis began their actions against the Jews by holding boycotts of Jewish businesses in Germany. BDS leads directly into the genocidal rhetoric of the “Palestinians.” Both the BDS movement and “Palestinian” jihad groups share the same Jew-hatred. And now that the Left is more emboldened and openly violent and disruptive than ever, we are going to see more and more of this sort of thing.

Police Take Down Child Trafficking Ring Selling Babies on Instagram for $1000
A child trafficking network, that was selling children and babies for as little as $1000, has been shut down by police.

Florida Sen. Bill Nelson calls for hurricane donations … to be directed through lefty ActBlue site
Never let a crisis go to waste, as Chicago muscle Democrat Rahm Emanuel once put it. And well, Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida is right there onboard with a scheme to funnel hurricane relief through a radical leftist pass-through organization. One can only ask why.