29 Aug 2019

Senator Calls For Probe Into Fed Independence After Bill Dudley Urges Fed To Overthrow Trump
In the aftermath of the shocking Bill Dudley op-ed, which has “opened a staggering can of worms”, and prompted many to call the former NY Fed central banker “rogue”… it was only a matter of time before someone called for an official inquiry into the “independence” of the Federal Reserve: the world’s most important central bank, the same one which Bernanke’s former advisor Andrew Levin said 3 years ago, “a lot of people would be stunned to know” the extent to which the Federal Reserve is privately owned.” The President is standing up for America against China after 30 years of our country and our workers being ripped off and there is now an effort to get the Fed to try to sabotage the President’s efforts.”

Boris Johnson asks Queen Elizabeth to suspend Parliament to force through Brexit
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II approved a request Wednesday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend Parliament, a constitutionally unusual move that makes it easier for Johnson to force through the country’s departure from the European Union. It means British parliamentarians, determined to stop the nation leaving the EU without a formal exit deal, will have little time to do so just weeks ahead of a Brexit deadline on Oct. 31. Johnson requested the Queen “prorogue” Parliament — shut it down, essentially — on Sept. 10, a week after lawmakers return from a summer recess.

Dorian is forecast to become a Category 3 ‘major’ hurricane. What does this mean?
The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center has Dorian strengthening into a major Category 3 hurricane with winds of 115 mph by Sunday off the U.S. East Coast. If Dorian hits as a Category 3, “devastating” wind damage will occur, …”There is a high risk of injury or death to people, livestock and pets due to flying and falling debris,” the hurricane center warned.

Israel – or ISIS? Gaza Strip on edge after bombings kill 3
After Israel is initially blamed, ISIS-linked group now suspected after apparent suicide bombings kill 3 Hamas officials in Gaza Strip. Hamas said Wednesday that two overnight bombings killed three police officers in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip in what witnesses called suicide attacks as the coastal enclave was placed under a heightened state of alert.

Krakatoa (Krakatau) volcano news & eruption updates:
Anak Krakatau volcano (Sunda Strait, Indonesia): ash eruption warning, aviation color code raised to RED.

Eruption updates & news from Stromboli:
Stromboli volcano (Italy): another massive explosion today. Another major explosion has occurred at the volcano minutes ago at 12:18 local time. Details are yet unclear, but from the image we received from Stromboli, it was another massive explosion from the summit vents,

Hamas Threatens To Attack Israel from South If Hezbollah Starts in North; Egypt Says ‘No’
In its efforts to broker a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, Egypt warned Hamas to stop firing rockets and mortars and to refrain from joining Hezbollah in any aggression against Israel. Beirut-based Al Mayadeen televised a report on Tuesday citing an unnamed leader in the “Palestinian resistance” in the Gaza Strip as saying: “If war breaks out with Hezbollah, we will be at the front line.”

Dorian strengthens into Category 1 hurricane near US Virgin Islands
Dorian strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane Wednesday as it blew through Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and makes a beeline toward the U.S. Southeast coast by the holiday weekend. Dorian’s exact path remains uncertain, but the National Hurricane Center said the threat of hurricane conditions in Florida is increasing:

Putin enhances Russia-Turkey-China defence ties at MAKS 2019
Putin has used the MAKS 2019 aviation and space exhibition to enhance defence cooperation with Turkey and China. The two are Russia’s strongest allies and Putin is on full gear showcasing his country’s achievements in its aircraft industry, the technical capabilities of its latest-generation equipment and new opportunities for mutual benefits. The presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and top brass from China’s military at the opening of MAKS 2019, further demonstrated the strong bilateral ties.

Alabama GOP Approves Resolution To Expel Ilhan Omar from Congress Under Article 1, Sect. 5 of the Constitution
At the conclusion of the Alabama GOP’s summer meeting on Saturday, the party passed resolution 2019-12 (page 6), which officially urges the state’s “elected congressional delegation to proceed with the expulsion process in accordance to Article 1, Section 5 of the U.S. Constitution to expel Rep. Ilhan Omar from the United States House of Representatives.” Article 1, Section 5 of the Constitution provides for the expulsion of members of Congress who engage in “disorderly behavior.” A two-thirds vote is required to expel a member.

Can Turkey seal a Russia deal and get Northern Syria too?
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was in Moscow this week to discuss military contacts and closer relations with Russia. At the same time, Ankara faces an emerging crisis in northern Syria where a Syrian regime offensive is pushing back rebels and extremist groups that have enjoyed relative peace under a Turkish security umbrella since a September 2018 deal stalled a Syrian-regime offensive.

Israel: Republic of Nauru recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital
The Republic of Nauru has recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Israel Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday. “I commend @Republic_Nauru’s important decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. We will continue to strengthen Jerusalem and to bring about the recognition and opening of diplomatic missions and embassies in our capital,” Foreign Minister Yisrael Katz tweeted on Thursday.

Australia to tackle foreign interference at universities
Australia is to formally investigate foreign interference in its universities amid rising concerns about Chinese influence on campuses. The push follows reports of students and staff “self-censoring” on sensitive political issues such as the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Universities had also increasingly been targeted by state-sponsored cyber attacks, the government said.

Yemen war: Government forces re-enter key city of Aden
Forces loyal to Yemen’s government have re-entered the southern city of Aden, which they lost to previously allied separatists earlier this month. Information Minister Moammar al-Eryani said troops and militiamen had taken full control of the city after securing the airport and presidential palace. But a separatist militia commander said it was still in control of most areas.

Gaza explosions: ‘Suicide bombers’ kill three police officers
Hamas is arresting suspected jihadist activists in Gaza, which the militant Islamist movement controls, after what a security source said were suicide bomb attacks on two police posts. Three police officers were killed in the attacks, which are thought to have been carried out by extremists with links to the Islamic State (IS) group. Gaza’s interior ministry declared a state of emergency after the bombings.

Extreme acts of violence in Mexico are on the rise: 27 burned to death at a strip club
The assailants locked the doors and emergency exits. Then they doused the strip club with gasoline and set it on fire. The inferno that engulfed the White Horse bar in southern Mexico on Tuesday night killed 27 people and injured more than a dozen others. Photos taken after the flames were extinguished showed the bodies of semi-nude women strewn amid charred barstools.

Mortgage Defaults Rise First Time Since Financial Crisis
The Black Knight Mortgage Monitor shows the first annual rise in defaults since the crisis. An estimated 243K borrowers defaulted on first lien mortgages in Q2 2019. While the quarter ending on a Sunday certainly played a factor in the rise in defaults, a noticeable overall slowdown in the decline in default activity has been observed.

Iraq facing resistance in crackdown on Iran-allied militias allegedly targeted by Israel
At checkpoints leading into the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, the flags of Brigade 30, a paramilitary force, still fly nearly two months after the Baghdad government ordered all militias to leave. Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi’s decree gave Iran-backed paramilitary groups, which have wielded increasing power in Iraq, a month to fully integrate with the armed forces, leave checkpoints and sever ties with political groups.

Gaza rocket fire sends children at swim event in south scrambling for protected spaces
Air raid sirens warning of rocket fire from the Gaza Strip sounded Wednesday night at the Netiv Ha’Asara community that borders the northern section of the Hamas-run enclave. The moshav was holding a night swim for dozens of local children at the time. Local residents reported hearing an explosion, and no injuries or damage were reported. The IDF said the rocket did not cross into Israeli territory.

U.S.: No peace plan before September 17 elections in Israel
The United States will not be releasing any or all of its plan for Middle East peace before the September 17 elections in Israel, Donald Trump’s special envoy to the Middle East, Jason Greenblatt, said Wednesday. The plan, referred to by U.S. President Donald Trump as the “deal of the century” and developed by his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, was scheduled to be revealed sometime this summer.

Tenacious Dorian Heads for Puerto Rico; Bahamas and Florida Could Be Next
Nudged on all sides by a grab bag of influences, Tropical Storm Dorian has held its own, working its way into the eastern Caribbean after passing near Barbados and over St. Lucia. Dorian is likely to move across Puerto Rico as a tropical storm on Wednesday afternoon and evening, and longer-range models point toward a track that could angle across The Bahamas and westward into Florida. Dorian’s strength by later this week remains a big question mark, but a hurricane on Florida’s East Coast over Labor Day weekend is a distinct possibility.

Tropical Storm “Erin” forms off the coast of North Carolina, Dorian nears Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico
Tropical Storm “Erin” formed off the coast of North Carolina, U.S. at 03:00 UTC on August 28, 2019 as the 5th named storm of the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season. Some slight strengthening is possible today, but the system will gradually weaken Thursday as it completes a transition to an extratropical cyclone.

NBC News is now attacking heterosexuality, the very basis of sustainable human life
The mainstream media has gone so far off the rails into LGBTQ insanity that it’s now claiming that heterosexuality is an inherently bad thing that was created by men to function as the “bedrock” of “global oppression” for women – meaning all women now need to become lesbians or “other” in order to “free” themselves from the shackles of the patriarchy.

Pope Francis Issues The Order Creating Global Chrislam Committee To Implement His Decree On ‘Human Fraternity For World Peace’ Signed In UAE Back In February
If you remember we had told you back in February that Pope Francis went to the United Arab Emirates and signed a covenant called “Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together”, which we told you at the time was the official declaration of the start of the One World Religion of Chrislam. Since that time not much has happened in the way of progress until last week. What happened last week? The implementation of the covenant.

THE GREAT CHRISTIAN GENOCIDE: Mosul Goes from 15,000 Christians to 40 Following Obama’s Presidency
There were 15,000 Christians in Mosul, Iraq before ISIS took control of the third largest Iraqi city in 2014. Now there are just 40 Christians left.

National-Security Concerns Threaten Undersea Data Link Backed by Google, Facebook
U.S. officials are seeking to block an undersea cable backed by Google, Facebook Inc. and a Chinese partner, in a national-security review that could rewrite the rules of internet connectivity between the U.S. and China, according to people involved in the discussions

Yale professor, computer scientist rejects Darwinism, now finds Intelligent Design compelling
An Ivy League professor of computer science has abandoned Darwinism and denounced evolution as an improbable scientific theory. Intelligent design, he now says, is an argument worthy of deeper consideration.

HHS says Vermont center forced nurse to assist abortion
The Trump administration accused the University of Vermont Medical Center on Wednesday of violating federal law by forcing a nurse to participate in an elective abortion.

The Future of the World Pivots On the Events In Hong Kong
The 20th century was to have belonged to the United States. The 21st century was promised to China. Both countries were tasked to help usher in a path toward one world government and a one world planned socialist economy. Former President, HW Bush, called it the “New World Order” as he was the first to use the term on the world stage.

Victory For Believers: Court Rules Atheists Cannot Offer Prayer In PA State House
Last Friday, the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against a group of atheists who sued the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House in federal court, claiming the Pennsylvania House violated the Establishment Clause by barring a non-religious person from offering prayer.