6 Apr 2019

The abortion exposé the left couldn’t silence
They gave the movie an “R” rating, which meant the trailer could only run before “R”-rated movies, and no one younger than 17 could see it without a parent’s permission.

Child Brides as Young as 10 Advertised, Sold on Facebook, Report Reveals
While social media monopoly Facebook is busy stamping out conservative voices from its News Feed, African child brides as young as ten-years-old are being advertised and sold by traffickers on the Mark Zuckerberg-owned platform, a new report has revealed.

Harvard Students Vote To Send Student Money To Anti-Semitic Group
Israel Apartheid Week has a history of not promoting open, honest, or nuanced conversation. It’s about slandering democratic Israel by comparing it to apartheid South Africa.

Pope Francis Hails Muslims as ‘Sons of Abraham’ – Compares Christians to Fungus
Pope Francis has hailed Muslims as the “sons of Abraham” after comparing Christians to a single-cell fungus, following his controversial visit Morocco.

Left-wing cities going LAWLESS as Boston orders police to stop arresting criminals for breaking and entering, destruction of property or shoplifting
Leftist policies are reaching new levels of insanity in Massachusetts, as Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins pushes her highly contested “no-prosecute” list into action. The “list” gives a green light to a number of arrest-worthy offenses — including trespassing, shoplifting, disorderly conduct, and “wanton or malicious destruction of property.”

Over 10,000 Palestinians protest on Gaza border
Thousands of Palestinians demonstrated along the Gaza border fence with Israel Friday afternoon as a tense calm has been holding in the South. Local reports put the number of demonstrators as 10,000 Palestinians in five main spots along the fence with Israel. According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health 84 people were injured in clashes with IDF troops who were responding to the violent protests with riot dispersal means.

U.S. to designate Iranian elite force as terrorist organization
The United States is expected to designate Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards Corps a foreign terrorist organization, three U.S. officials told Reuters, marking the first time Washington has labeled another country’s military a terrorist group. The decision…is expected to be announced by the U.S. State Department, perhaps as early as Monday, the officials said. It has been rumored for years.

Diplomats at the U.N. commit antisemitic acts
Global antisemitism can best be observed at the General Assembly of the United Nations. Senior diplomats of many democracies participate actively in these major annual antisemitic activities. The widely accepted definition of antisemitism agreed upon by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) states that an antisemitic manifestation, “…might include the targeting of the State of Israel, conceived as a Jewish collectivity.

Libya fighting prompts condemnation by G7 and UN
World powers and the United Nations have condemned fresh fighting in Libya as rebel forces from the east of the country march on the capital. The G7 group of rich countries urged all parties “to immediately halt all military activity”. The UN Security council issued a similar call. Khalifa Haftar, leader of the self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA), has ordered the advance on Tripoli.

Greek police clash with migrants after ‘fake news’ border movement
Greek police have scuffled with hundreds of migrants who gathered near the northern city of Thessaloniki hoping to enter North Macedonia. The trouble flared outside a migrant camp on Friday after a social media rumour suggested onward travel restrictions had been lifted. Meanwhile in Athens, dozens of migrants protested at the capital’s Larissa station, disrupting rail services.

Iran floods: Thousands evacuate homes as heavy rain forecast
Flood-hit Iran is evacuating more towns and villages as forecasts show further rain is expected on Saturday. Heavy downpours are set to strike south western provinces and officials say they will release water from key river dams that are dangerously full. Women and children are being moved to safer areas while men are asked to stay and assist with relief efforts.

Donald Trump urges US Fed to cut interest rates
Donald Trump has stepped up his attacks on the US Federal Reserve by calling for the central bank to cut interest rates. The US President claimed that the Fed has “really slowed us down” in terms of economic growth, adding that “there’s no inflation”. Mr Trump made the comments as data showed a sharp rebound in new jobs growth during March.

Mystery E. coli outbreak sickens 72 people in 5 states, CDC says
A multistate outbreak of E. coli has raised alarms and questions: As of Thursday, 72 people in five states have become ill, yet the cause of their infection remains unknown, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday. Symptoms of this bacterial infection, which usually begin about three or four days after consuming the bacteria, can include watery or bloody diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting.

China is ‘threat to world’ says dissident writer
A dissident writer…said…that his homeland is a “threat for the whole world”. Liao Yiwu, who was jailed for writing a poem called “Massacre” about the Tiananmen Square protests, told AFP that it would be better for mankind if the economic superpower “splits up”. “My dream is that China splits up into 10 or so countries. Because China as it is today is a threat for the whole world,” he said as his latest book, “Bullets and Opium”, was published in France.

Netanyahu falls behind in Israel polls but still holds path to stay in power
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has fallen behind his main challenger in opinion polls ahead of next week’s Israeli election but still has an easier path to form a government that would keep him in power for a record fifth term. Netanyahu, who has dominated Israeli politics for a generation, is fighting for his political survival against former top general Benny Gantz, a political novice.

Sources: UN nuclear watchdog inspects Iran ‘warehouse’ Netanyahu pointed to
The UN atomic watchdog policing Iran’s nuclear deal has inspected what Israel’s prime minister called a “secret atomic warehouse” in Tehran…In a speech at the United Nations in September Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who vehemently opposes the deal, called on the International Atomic Energy Agency to visit the site immediately, saying it had housed 15 kg (33 lb) of unspecified radioactive material that had since been removed.

In astrophysics milestone, first photo of black hole expected
Scientists are expected to unveil on Wednesday the first…photograph of a black hole, a…celestial monsters with gravitational fields so intense no matter or light can escape. The U.S. National Science Foundation has scheduled a news conference…to announce a “groundbreaking result from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) project,” an international partnership…to directly observe the immediate environment of a black hole.

Rouhani says Iran ready to expand gas, power trade with Iraq
President Hassan Rouhani called…for Iran and neighboring Iraq to expand their gas and electricity dealings and boost bilateral trade to $20 billion…despite difficulties caused by U.S. sanctions against Tehran. “The plans to export electricity and gas and hopefully oil continue and we are ready to expand these contacts not only for the two countries but also for other countries in the region,” Rouhani said…

Pakistan PM accuses India of war hysteria over downed F-16 claim
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan blamed India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for “whipping up war hysteria” over claims that India shot down a Pakistani F-16 during a standoff in February, saying the truth is always the best policy. U.S.-based Foreign Policy magazine, citing U.S. officials, said all of Pakistan’s F-16 combat jets had been accounted for, contradicting an Indian air force assessment that it had shot down one of the jets.