5 Dec 2018

Survey Reveals Many Christians Deeply Confused About Biblical Theology
To give an example of how the survey exposed heretical beliefs held by the majority of the Christians interviewed, 52% responded that most people are basically good, 51% believe that God accepts the worship of all religions and 78% subscribe to the Arian Heresy, which teaches that Jesus was the first and great being created by God the Father. In fact, Jesus is not a created being; He is God the Son.

Rouhani: If we can’t export oil, no one will
Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday appeared to threaten to disrupt other countries’ oil shipments through the Gulf if Washington presses ahead with efforts to halt Iranian oil exports, Reuters reported. “America should know that we are selling our oil and will continue to sell our oil and they are not able to stop our oil exports,” Rouhani said in a televised speech during a trip to the northern Iranian city of Shahroud.

Yellow vest protesters reject Macron government U-turn on fuel tax hikes
However, many of the “gilets jaunes” who have been blocking roads and even fuel depots around France for the past three weeks insisted the measures were “too little too late” and called for fresh protests next Saturday. Most opposition figures said the same. “We don’t want crumbs, we want the whole baguette,” said Benjamin Cauchy, one of the founding figures of the movement, who called for nothing short of a “new division of wealth in France”.

Australia to pass sweeping anti-encryption laws
Technology companies are concerned that the law would undermine cyber security for businesses by allowing the government to force the installation of back doors allowing for secret access. They argue that it is not technically possible to create a back door which only government authorities could access. Despite these criticisms, the government has warned companies that they could face multi-million dollar fines if they fail to comply with its orders. “But this compromise will deliver security and enforcement agencies the powers they say they need …”.

As crisis grips France, Europe holds its breath
The man who won French elections in a landslide is seen increasingly as tin-eared when it comes to the concerns of millions of French people. They are motivated by the perception that the system now favours only the rich, the elites and the ruling class. Sound familiar?

Iran to increase missile range despite US criticism
Iran plans to increase the range of its missiles, a senior military official said Tuesday, according to Reuters. “One of our most important programs is increasing the range of missiles and ammunition,” said the head of the Iranian air force, Brigadier General Aziz Nasirzadeh, according to the semi-official Fars news agency.

Rand Paul: Deep State is rising
The Washington Examiner reported Paul was reacting to a briefing by CIA Director Gina Haspel on the murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi in which only a select few senators were admitted. This is the very definition of the Deep State,” the Republican senator said. “The Deep State is that the intelligence agencies do things, conclude things, make conclusions, but then the elected officials are prevented from knowing about this.

U.S. Asserts Authority at NATO in Stinging Criticism
Pompeo, addressing a gathering of NATO leaders on Tuesday, offered a sobering rebuke of the international treaty group, telling the crowd the Trump administration will not stand down in the face of rising threats from a host of rogue regimes. Pompeo had harsh words for the United Nations as well, telling leaders the international organization has failed to uphold Western values amid rising threats from rogue nations that seek to buck the global order. “At the United Nations, peacekeeping missions drag on for decades. The U.N.’s climate-related treaties are viewed by some nations as a vehicle to redistribute wealth,” Pompeo said.

Media: Turkey planning to create naval base in Northern Cyprus
Turkey is planning to create a naval base in Northern Cyprus, Turkish media reported Dec. 3. The reports note that the issue was discussed against the backdrop of tensions between Greece and Turkey in the Mediterranean. The naval base is expected to be established in early 2019, the reports said. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has earlier said that Turkey can establish a naval base in Northern Cyprus, if necessary. He noted that the presence of the Turkish armed forces in the territory is very important.

US Navy sends aircraft carrier to Persian Gulf in display of force after Iran’s ballistic missile test
Following Iran’s brazen nuclear-capable ballistic missile test over the weekend, the U.S. is deploying an aircraft carrier to the region. USS John C. Stennis and its support ships are en route to the Persian Gulf in the first U.S. military activity in the region in some eight months, a presence intended to act as a show of force against Iran,

Russia offers reserved support for Israel’s anti-tunnel operation
Moscow expressed reserved support on Wednesday for Israel’s efforts to neutralize terror tunnels from Lebanon, but said it hoped these efforts will not conflict with UN Security Council Resolution 1701. That resolution from 2006 put an end to the Second Lebanon War and called for the Blue Line, the border between Israel and Lebanon, to be respected.

Lebanese president tells army to ‘closely monitor’ IDF anti-tunnel operation
President of Lebanon Michel Aoun called on Lebanon’s military and security wings to “closely monitor” the situation in the south on Tuesday, in response to the initiation of the IDF’s Operation Northern Shield, according to Lebanese news agency Naharnet. The IDF had launched an operation in which the military is seeking out and destroying suspected Hezbollah built tunnels leading into Israel.

US reopens diplomatic mission in Somalia after 28-year closure
The US has established its first diplomatic presence in Somalia for nearly 30 years. The state department said the “historic event” reflected the progress the east African nation had made. Ambassador Donald Yamamoto is heading the embassy in Mogadishu. Previously it had been based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Satanic Sculpture Installed At Illinois Statehouse, Just In Time For The Holidays
In the Illinois Capitol rotunda this month, several traditions are being celebrated. There’s a Nativity scene for Christmas, a menorah for Hanukkah, and then something a little different: an arm holding an apple, with a snake coiled around it. It’s a gift from the Chicago branch of The Satanic Temple. Called “Snaketivity,” the work also has a sign that reads “Knowledge Is The Greatest Gift.”

IMF’s Lagarde urges US, others to reject ‘dystopian’ path
Countries that go it alone and fail to adapt to new economic realities could face a “dystopian” future where an angry majority are left behind, IMF chief Christine Lagarde warned Tuesday. She urged world leaders to remember the lesson of the global recession that followed the 2008 financial crisis: “international cooperation is essential, not optional.”

Hezbollah’s plan to conquer the Galilee
Hezbollah’s “Conquering the Galilee” plan has made headlines long before the IDF launched Operation Northern Shield…to expose and neutralize terror tunnels…along the Israel-Lebanon border… The plan entails fighters from Hezbollah’s elite Radwan unit infiltrating Israel from Lebanon, entrenching themselves in Israeli communities near the border while taking hostages and using Israeli citizens as human shields.

Islamic State executing people in Syria’s Deir al-Zor: U.N.
The United Nations has reports of Islamic State (ISIL) executing people perceived as cooperating with rebel fighters in Deir al-Zor governorate in eastern Syria, the U.N. human rights boss said on Wednesday. Michelle Bachelet, speaking to a news conference in Geneva, voiced deep concern for 7,000 civilians who she said were trapped between Islamic State fighters preventing them from leaving Deir al-Zor and air strikes by a U.S.-led coalition.

New Caledonia, Vanuatu order evacuations after powerful quake, but suffer little impact
New Caledonia and Vanuatu ordered coastal evacuations on Wednesday after a powerful undersea earthquake triggered tsunami warnings in the South Pacific, but appeared to have suffered little damage. The quake tmsnrt.rs/2QdrtkL of magnitude 7.6, which struck east of New Caledonia, was just 10 km (6 miles) deep and about 155 km (95 miles) east-southeast of the Loyalty Islands, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said.

First sun-dimming experiment will test a way to cool Earth
Researchers plan to spray sunlight-reflecting particles into the stratosphere, an approach that could ultimately be used to quickly lower the planet’s temperature.

Nancy Pelosi Tries to Reassure Jews After Incoming Democrats Back Anti-Israel BDS
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), the likely next Speaker of the House, is trying to reassure Jewish groups after several newly-elected Democrats have vowed openly to support “boycott, divestment, and sanctions” (BDS) against Israel.

LADYBOY: The Odds-On Favorite To Win The Miss Universe Pageant In Thailand This Year Is Actually A Transgender Man Named Angela Ponce
can remember when being a woman was seen as a special thing. Think about it. Only half of anyone ever to be born, in all of human history, could be one. No painting, so sculpture, no line of music, however exotic or compelling, could ever hope to compare with the visual beauty seen in the face of a God-created woman. After God had given Adam literally everything, He had to make a women in order for Adam to be complete and fulfilled. Not any more.

Just In: Thousands Of Emails Of Top Republican Officials Stolen In Major Hack
..Email accounts from four top aides at the National Republican Congressional Committee were hacked and surveilled for several months. The hack was first detected in April by an MSSP, a managed security services provider that monitors the NRCC’s network; the FBI was then alerted.

Iran vows to increase missile range despite looming UN meet
Ahead of a UN Security Council meeting concerning Iran’s weekend test of a nuclear-capable missile, Tehran’s air force chief adopted a defiant tone Tuesday, insisting his country would continue to increase the range of its missiles.

Criminal Record for Doctor Who Gave Illegal Sex Hormones to Kids
A GP who gave out sex-change hormones to children as young as 12 has been fined £14,000 after she was criminally convicted of running an illegal online gender clinic from her home in Wales.

Leaked Documents Reveal Democrats’ Plans to Control Social Media
A leaked memo has exposed plans by the Democratic Party to take control of the Internet’s leading tech platforms.

Lebanese Army On High Alert As Israel Launches ‘Operation Northern Shield’ To Destroy Complex Network of Hezbollah Underground Tunnels
Since 2012, terror group Hezbollah has had a plan they call ‘Conquering the Galilee‘, and it is basically what you would think it is. It is the endless and ongoing operation by Islamic terrorists to drive the Jews into the sea, and destroy Israel once and for all.

South Africa: Johannesburg names road after “Palestinian” terrorist Leila Khaled
This is no surprise. South Africa’s government has long distinguished itself for its Jew-hatred. Pro-jihad former South African President (and polygamist and accused rapist) Jacob Zuma had downgraded  South Africa’s embassy in Israel to “Liaison Office” status. Along with Mahmoud Abbas, they have tried to stop Israel from achieving further diplomatic relations with African countries.