4 Aug 2019

All 40 top Likud candidates pledge loyalty to Netanyahu
All 40 of the Likud’s top Knesset candidates signed a petition on Sunday reiterating that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and only Netanyahu, is the party’s candidate to form the next government.The petition came after Yisrael Beytenu leader Avigdor Liberman said on Channel 12’s Meet the Press program on Saturday evening that he would like to see a prime minister from Likud who is not Netanyahu and suggested Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein.

Sudan crisis: Military and opposition agree constitutional declaration
Sudan’s ruling military council and main opposition coalition have agreed on a constitutional declaration which will pave the way for a new period of transitional government. African Union mediator Mohamed Hassan Lebatt made the announcement early on Saturday, without giving any details. Sudan has been in turmoil since the military ousted President Omar al-Bashir in April.

Hong Kong protests: Police fire tear gas at activists
Hong Kong police have fired tear gas at protesters who are demonstrating for the ninth weekend in a row. Groups rallied in the Mong Kok district before starting their march. They called on others to join a city-wide strike planned for Monday. Beijing and the Chinese army have issued stern warnings about the unrest.

India orders tourists to leave Kashmir over ‘terror threat’
Thousands of people, including tourists and Hindu pilgrims, are leaving Indian-administered Kashmir after local officials issued a security alert. Indian authorities warned of a “terror threat” against Hindu pilgrims heading to the Amarnath shrine. Militants backed by Pakistan were planning an attack on the annual pilgrimage, officials have said.

Russia protests: Hundreds detained during unauthorised demonstration
More than 600 people have been detained over an unauthorised protest in Moscow, amid reports of police violence. Protesters had gathered in the Russian capital after authorities disqualified a number of opposition candidates from standing in local elections. Leading activist Lyubov Sobol was arrested before she could reach the rally, attended by 1,500 people.

Iran seizes another tanker in the Gulf, state media say
Iran has seized another foreign tanker in the Gulf, Iranian state media say. A Revolutionary Guard Corps commander was quoted as saying its naval forces had “seized a foreign tanker in the Persian Gulf that was smuggling fuel for some Arab countries”. It said the tanker was carrying 700,000l of fuel, adding that seven sailors had been detained.

Texas Walmart shooting: El Paso gun attack leaves 20 dead
Twenty people have been killed and 26 injured in a mass shooting at a Walmart store in the Texas city of El Paso. Governor Greg Abbott described it as “one of the most deadly days in the history of Texas”. Police are investigating whether the attack, which happened a few miles from the US-Mexico border, was a hate crime.

Dayton shooting: Nine confirmed killed, shooter also dead
Nine people have been killed and at least 16 injured in a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, police have confirmed. First reports came in at about 01:00 local time (05:00 GMT) of a shooting outside a bar in the Oregon district of the city. Police confirmed they killed the shooter at the scene. Casualties have been taken to a number of hospitals.

Harvard Scientists, Funded By Bill Gates, To Begin Spraying Particles Into The Sky To Dim The Sun
Harvard has formed an advisory board to begin moving forward with their plan to spray particles into the stratosphere to test the geoengineering method of dimming the sun…

Older adults are binge drinking at alarming rates
Binge drinking is booming — among boomers. In fact, more than one in 10 Americans ages 65 and older are binge drinkers, according to a New York University study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society on Wednesday, which is defined as having five or more drinks during one occasion in the past month for men, and four or more for women.

Breaking: Epstein Scandal to Bring Down CFR / Trilateralist Pedophile Ring
Jeffrey Epstein is currently infamous for his conviction for soliciting a fourteen-year-old girl for prostitution and for allegedly orchestrating underage “sex slave” orgies at his private Virgin Island mansion, where he purportedly pimped out underage girls to elite political figures such as Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, and probably Bill Clinton as well (he also traveled to Thailand in 2001 with Prince Andrew, probably to indulge in the country’s rampant child sex trade).

Time Magazine: Arctic Nearing ‘Point of No Return’ from Climate Change
Climate alarmists continue to seek new vocabulary to express the apocalyptic urgency of their cause, with Time magazine now declaring that the Arctic is nearing a “point of no return,” thanks to global warming.

THE ABORTION AGENDA: Its Benefactors & What You Don’t Know
Pay very close attention, because there is a lot more going on with their abortion agenda, than meets the eye. Who’s involved, where is this headed, and what atrocities have already occurred? Something very significant began back in 1993, leading up to this, and no one is reporting on it.

California Scrubs Controversial Kamala Harris-Era Arrest Reports
A ‘routine website redesign’…

Water in Hawaii volcano could trigger explosive eruptions
For the first time in recorded history, a pond of water has been discovered inside the summit crater of Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano, a development that could signal a shift to a more explosive phase of future eruptions.

California’s Homeless Crisis Spreads To Orange County, Doubles In Two Years 
No affordable housing has resulted in a gigantic mess…

Republican anxiety spikes after retirements, Dem gains in Texas…
Republicans have long idealized Texas as a deep-red frontier state, home to rural conservatives who love President Donald Trump. But political turbulence in the sprawling suburbs and fast-growing cities are turning the Lone Star State into a possible 2020 battleground.