26 May 2019

Is Israel going to elections again?
“Liberman is looking for any excuse to bring me down,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday at an emergency meeting with Likud ministers, according to Kan. A source close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied a Channel 12 report that the Knesset would vote on Monday to disperse itself and initiate a new election.

Trump dismisses North Korean tests of ‘some small weapons’
US President Donald Trump has dismissed concerns about recent North Korean missile tests, appearing to contradict his own national security adviser. In a tweet issued shortly after his arrival in Japan on Sunday, Mr Trump called the missiles “small weapons”. US National Security Adviser John Bolton said on Saturday that the tests violated UN resolutions on North Korea.

German Jews warned not to wear kippas after rise in anti-Semitism
The German government’s anti-Semitism commissioner has urged Jews to avoid wearing skullcaps in public. Felix Klein warned Jews against donning the kippa in parts of the country, following a rise in anti-Semitism. Mr Klein said his opinion on the matter had “changed compared with what it used to be”. “I cannot recommend to Jews that they wear the skullcap at all times everywhere in Germany,” he told the Funke newspaper group.

In Baltimore and Beyond, a Stolen N.S.A. Tool Wreaks Havoc
For nearly three weeks, Baltimore has struggled with a cyberattack by digital extortionists that has frozen thousands of computers, shut down email and disrupted real estate sales, water bills, health alerts and many other services. But here is what frustrated city employees and residents do not know: A key component of the malware that cybercriminals used in the attack was developed…at the National Security Agency…

Mayor says 2 dead after tornado roars through Oklahoma town
A likely tornado killed at least two people as it destroyed a motel, roared through a nearby mobile home park and caused significant damage in the Oklahoma City area, officials said Sunday. El Reno Mayor Matt White said during a news conference that “there have been two fatalities at this point in time,” adding that officials are currently working to notify relatives. White said search and rescue efforts are continuing.

Magnitude-8 earthquake strikes Amazon jungle in Peru
A large earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.0 struck the Amazon jungle in north-central Peru early Sunday, the U.S. Geological survey reported. The quake, at a moderate depth of 110 kilometers (68 miles) struck at 2:41 a.m., 80 kilometers (50 miles) southeast of the village of Lagunas and 158 kilometers (98 miles) east-northeast of the larger town of Yurimaguas.

U.S. Military to Trawl Through 350 Billion Social Media Messages
The U.S. military plans to analyze 350 billion social-media posts from around the world to help it track how popular movements evolve. A tender for the project, based at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California, calls for screening messages from at least 200 million users from more than 100 countries in more than 60 languages to better understand “collective expression.”

Israelis homeless, reeling in aftermath of massively destructive wildfires
A wave of massive bushfires over the weekend, caused by an extreme heatwave, left dozens of families without homes as entire neighborhoods were engulfed by the flames. Some 16 people suffered smoke inhalation and 13 others had light burns, including some of the 1,000 firefighters – from National Fire and Rescue Authority – who battled at least 1,023 conflagrations across the country.

Ukrainian lawmakers urge new president to move embassy to Jerusalem
Ukraine might soon follow in the footsteps of the United States and move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, after dozens of Ukrainian lawmakers co-authored a draft calling on the country’s new president to recognize the holy city as Israel’s capital. Some 86 – out of 450 – members of the Ukrainian parliament (The Verkhovna Rada) already submitted the bill for a vote, according to reports in the country’s media on Friday.

BREAKING: Bans of Chick-fil-A Under Investigation By the U.S. Government!
The airport bans against Christian-owned Chick-fil-A are now under investigation by the Department of Transportation for possible religious bias. The airport bans started about 2 months ago at San Antonio airport.

Report Finds UN Employs 3,300 Pedophiles, Responsible for 60,000 Rapes in Last 10 Years
A former high-level official from within the UN has blown the whistle on a pedophilia network of massive proportions involving thousands of UN employees wreaking havoc on tens of thousands of innocent children.

WOKE: New Gillette Ad Features Dad Teaching Transgender Son How to Shave
Gillette’s latest ad shows a dad teaching his transgender son how to shave.

Trump administration to reportedly allow federally funded adoption agencies to reject same-sex couples
President Trump’s administration will reportedly reverse his predecessor’s policy of blocking federal funding for religious adoption organizations that refuse to serve same-sex couples.

Malaria back with a vengeance in crisis-hit Venezuela
If it weren’t for the Center for Malaria Studies in Caracas, Francelis Pacheco would have been unable to get treatment for a disease she has contracted around 20 times.

Monster tornado that ripped 20-mile trail of destruction through Missouri capital was almost a mile wide
A clearer picture emerged Friday of the size and scope of the powerful tornadoes that tore across Missouri on Wednesday night, leaving trails of destruction in their paths. The state’s capital, Jefferson City, was among the hardest-hit places, struck overnight by a tornado with a peak wind speed of 160 mph that has been given preliminary rating of EF3.

Storm-weary residents of Plains to face more violent weather into Memorial Day weekend
After severe weather outbreaks hammered areas from Texas to Kansas and Missouri earlier this week, more severe weather and flooding will threaten these same areas into the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

Record-breaking floods inundate parts of central US
Evacuations are underway as flooding is impacting areas across Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois and parts of Nebraska and Iowa.Nine fatalities have been reported as a result of the flooding. One driver attempted to cross a flooded roadway in Perkins, Oklahoma, two other bodies were found in a submerged vehicle near the Mississippi River in Missouri as well as other deaths.

2+2=5 Under The Democrat’s Equality Act
In George Orwell’s 1984, everyman Winston Smith is tortured and brainwashed into truly believing that 2+2=5.  Orwell’s message was that an unfettered State would eventually maintain the population in such propaganda-induced fear of its power that people would deny objective reality.

MS-13 blamed for body found in shallow grave in Long Island nature preserve
…Officials said during a press conference that a body found Friday afternoon at the Massapequa Preserve in Nassau County was believed to be an MS-13 murder victim.

Prominent South African Farm-Attacks Activist Annette Kennealy Is Beaten To Death With A Pipe And Hammer
Annette Kennealy (pictured above) was a prominent activist against white farmer attacks in South Africa. Kennealy, 50, was an activist against farm attacks and related murders. She was brutally murdered with a hammer late Monday.