30 Jul 2019

Canada’s Public Broadcaster Airs Its Documentary Celebrating Children In Drag
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) aired its “Drag Kids” Thursday night. Canada’s taxpayer-funded media outlet, which is allotted $1.5 billion dollars a year, promoted its documentary about children performing in drag for the entire month of July. The network used its CBC Kids Twitter profile to ask the question, “What’s it like to be a KID #DRAGQUEEN?”

UNRWA report: Corruption and abuse of power at highest levels
Internal investigation by United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees alleges ‘inappropriate sexual acts, nepotism, reprisals, discrimination and other abuses of authority’ being carried out by senior officials

The Art of the Deal: Donald Trump and Boris Johnson Hammering Out ‘Very Substantial Trade Agreement’
President Donald Trump said Friday he is already working with new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on a major trade agreement. “And I think it’ll be a very substantial trade agreement, …

Russia and China romance runs into friction in Central Asia
Russia “is feeling a potential threat” from China, according to an expert on the Russian military. The difference in the two countries’ power continues to widen: China’s gross domestic product is roughly eight times larger than Russia’s and its population is 10 times larger. Russia is especially nervous about the possibility of Central Asia — much of which was once part of the Soviet Union and is seen by Russians as their backyard — falling under China’s sway.

The Syrian War Ends: Its Many Implications
The civil war that raged in Syria over the past eight years seems to be drawing to a close. In July 2018, the Syrian regime regained control of the southern part of the country, including the town of Dar’a where the revolt began in March 2011. Five months later in December 2018, U.S. president Donald Trump announced his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria, driving the final nail in the coffin of the rebellion.

Muslim Brotherhood Accuses Egyptian President of Making Isaiah Prophecy Come True
In a criticism of their arch-nemesis, the current president of Egypt, The Muslim Brotherhood cited a prophecy from the Book of Isaiah. Though it may seem odd for Islamist extremists to cite the Jewish Bible, an expert in Arabic studies explained that implicit in this reference was a much larger threat in which the group hints at its agenda to replace all other religions. The article claimed that al Sisi’s administration was following an agenda outlined in the “Jewish Bible” by the Prophet Isaiah, citing the verse. “I will incite Egyptian against Egyptian: They shall war with each other, Every man with his fellow, City with city And kingdom with kingdom…And I will place the Egyptians At the mercy of a harsh master, And a ruthless king shall rule them” —declares the Sovereign, the lord of Hosts. Isaiah 19:2-4

Terrorist attack prevented as 1,200 worshippers visit Joseph’s Tomb
IDF forces found a pipe bomb near Joseph’s Tomb during preparations before the arrival of 1,200 Jewish worshippers to the compound in Nablus. The bomb was neutralized in a controlled explosion. Disturbances broke out as the worshippers entered the tomb, as rioters burned tires and threw stones at IDF forces. The soldiers responded with riot dispersal means. The prayer services continued undisturbed.

Right in uproar over Netanyahu’s Palestinian building plan
The Israeli right is in an uproar over a KANN report that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held a security cabinet meeting to promote a Palestinian building plan for Area C in advance of a visit by US envoy Jared Kushner. “If it’s true that this is an American demand, then we expect our government to say loud and clear – enough!” Gush Etzion Regional Council head Shlomo Neeman said.

Pound sinks to 28-month low on Brexit fears
The pound sank to a 28-month low against the dollar as Boris Johnson’s government toughened its rhetoric on Brexit. Sterling dipped 1.1% to $1.2242 and €1.1004 respectively. The currency could fall further, according to analysts at ING Group, as traders appear to have been betting on a last-minute deal being reached.

Drug-resistant superbug spreading in Europe’s hospitals
Superbugs resistant to emergency antibiotics are spreading in hospitals, a Europe-wide study shows. Drugs called carbapenems are used when an infection cannot be treated with anything else. The spread of resistant Klebsiella pneumoniae was “extremely concerning”, researchers from the Sanger Institute said. And they warned other bugs could become resistant too – because of the unique way bacteria have sex.

Senate fails to overturn Saudi arms sale veto
The US Senate has failed in its latest bid to block the controversial sale of $8.1bn (£6.5bn) worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia. It comes after Donald Trump used his presidential veto to override resolutions passed by both chambers of Congress preventing the sale. Critics fear the weapons may be used on civilians in the Yemen conflict.

Capital One data breach: Arrest after details of 106m people stolen
The personal details of about 106 million individuals across the US and Canada were stolen in a hack targeting financial services firm Capital One, the company has revealed. The alleged hacker, Paige Thompson, was arrested on Monday after reportedly boasting about the breach online. Capital One said the data included names, addresses and phone numbers of people who applied for its products.

Federal Borrowing Soars as Deficit Fear Fades
Borrowing by the federal government is set to top $1 trillion for the second year in a row as higher spending outpaces revenue growth and concern about budget deficits wanes in Washington and on Wall Street. The Treasury Department said Monday it expects to issue $814 billion in net marketable debt in the second half of this calendar year, bringing total debt issuance to $1.23 trillion in 2019.

Satellites are starting to watch your every move
The dramatic advances in satellite imaging technology in the last 10 years have privacy advocates worried about 24-hour surveillance. Right now, US federal regulations help keep things in check, so that while commercial satellite imagery is powerful enough, for instance, to see a car, it’s not detailed enough to identify the make and model, according to a report from the MIT Technology Review.

A deadly mosquito-borne virus that causes brain swelling in humans has been detected in Florida
Florida health officials are warning of an uptick in a mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE). Several sentinel chickens tested positive for EEE, which can spread to humans via infected mosquitoes and cause brain infection and swelling, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County said in a Thursday statement. Sentinel chickens are fowl that are tested regularly for the West Nile virus and EEE.

Report: Israeli warplanes hit Iranian targets in Iraq
Israeli warplanes bombed Iranian-linked targets in Iraq and Syria in July, the Arabic-language Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper reported Tuesday, quoting Western diplomatic sources. The sources told the London-based newspaper that on July 19, Israel carried out an attack on the base of an Iran-linked paramilitary group in the northern Salahuddin province of Iraq.

UNRWA report: Corruption and abuse of power at highest levels
An internal report by the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees says there has been alleged mismanagement and abuse of authority at the highest levels of the organization, at a time when it faced an unprecedented financial crisis. The alleged irregularities contained in the report produced by the ethics department of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) are currently being examined by UN investigators.

Canadian court rules West Bank wines can’t be labeled as ‘Made in Israel’
In a dramatic ruling, sure to anger Jerusalem, Canada’s Federal Court rules that Israeli wines produced in West Bank settlements can no longer be labeled “Made in Israel.”

Tropical Storm Erick Could Enhance Rainfall, Surf in Hawaii Late This Week; Tropical Storm Flossie Follows on Its Heels
Tropical Storm Erick will likely pass to the south of Hawaii later this week, but it could increase rainfall and churn up surf in parts of the island chain. Another tropical storm, Flossie, is following on its heels and might have to be watched for a possible close pass to Hawaii next week.

Baltimore’s Rat Problem is So Bad, Roads Are Collapsing
Baltimore’s rat problem is so bad that it is causing roads in the city to collapse, proving President Trump right when he said the city was a “rodent infested mess.”

Chinese Duck Farmers Become Overnight Millionaires As Half Of China’s Pigs Die
The price of China’s favorite food is about to hit all time highs, and the country’s duck farmers couldn’t be happier.

We Need To Be Christian First, Patriot Second
This is not about President Trump. It is about us. About our behavior as followers of Jesus. About our words. About our attitudes. About our priorities.

Aussie Children Taught to Reject Kisses, Hugs with Grandma
An Australian school program is teaching young children about the boundaries for sexual consent by explaining they have the right to reject kisses and physical contact with their grandmother.

Amazon openly sells pedophilia products while banning books that try to help people overcome unwanted same-sex attraction
At the same time that Amazon continues to sell child sex dolls to pedophile perverts, the Jeff Bezos retail empire is reportedly pulling all “conversion therapy” books from its website because they’re apparently “offensive” to leftists.

Roman Catholic Pedophile Priests Are Being Harbored And Protected By Covert Vatican-Linked Group ‘Opus Bono Sacerdotii’ To Escape Justice
Just when you thought that the Roman Catholic harlot could not be any more devious, deceptive or demonic, up pops a Catholic ‘rapid-response group’ known as Opus Bono Sacerdotii. What is the mission of Opus Bono Sacerdotii? They provide funds, food and lodging for Roman Catholic peodphile priests who are on the run from justice. When they get caught and put in jail, Opus Bono Sacerdotii steps in with more money and lawyers to try and make the accusations ‘go away’ with the result of the pedophile priest being return to a parish where he gets to abuse more children.

After Rand Paul Offers To Buy Ticket To Somalia, Ilhan Omar Supports Violent Attack
“maybe after she’s visited Somalia for a while, she might come back and appreciate America more…”