4 Sep 2019

Marianne Williamson: ‘I Didn’t Think the Left Lied like This’
“I know this sounds naive. I didn’t think the left was so mean. I didn’t think the left lied like this,” Williamson told the New Yorker’s David Remnick in an interview. “I thought the right did that. I thought we were better.”

After Iranian Agents Nearly Blow up Paris, Macron Offers the Regime $15B in Protection Money
As if surrendering to Hitler wasn’t enough, France has proposed an incremental $15 billion package to Iran in exchange for the regime adhering to the 2015 nuclear deal, reported the semi-official Iranian Tasnim news agency. This offer comes about two months after it was cleared for publication that in 2018, Iran sent half a ton of TATP explosives in diplomatic packages to a civilian airplane headed to Paris. It was meant to detonate in the city of love.

Shaked: Israel must launch a massive military operation in the Gaza Strip
Speaking at an election event in Beit Shemesh, the former justice minister told the audience that Israel should not be tolerating the missiles and incendiary kites and balloons being launched from Gaza, or the violent weekly demonstrations along the Gaza border.

Is Ilhan Omar Leading the Democratic Party to Turn Against God?
A resolution passed on Saturday at the Democratic National Convention embracing the non-religious while rejecting the religious as hypocrites who do not share the party’s values. This rejection of religious voters has been brewing in the party for several years, growing alongside an anti-Israel platform, but anti-religionism recently blossomed after being given a voice by the “Squad” of freshmen congressmen. Omar, a Somali born Muslim, spearheaded the anti-religious shift in a speech on the House floor in May. In the speech attack the pro-life movement, she accused “religious fundamentalists … At the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina in 2012 at which Barack Obama was nominated as the party’s presidential candidate, the crowd booed a motion to return ‘God’ and a recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel to their platform.

Netanyahu’s Makes Pilgrimage to Hebron: A Precursor to Reestablishing Davidic Dynasty in Jerusalem
On Wednesday, Benjamin Netanyahu will become the first Israeli prime minister to deliver a public address in Hebron to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the 1929 Hebron massacre. The massacre resulted in 67 Jewish residents of Hebron being murdered in brutal Arab pogroms. By coming to Hebron, Netanyahu is emphasizing our ownership. We expect him to address that not only was there a crime 90 years ago but we also expect him to address the injustice by instituting policies that return normal Jewish life to our first city.”

True and magnetic north to synch at Greenwich for first time in 360 years
If you’re annoyed that your pocket compass doesn’t point exactly to true north, then head for Greenwich, England, where magnetic north and true north are synching over the next two weeks for the first time in 360 years. According to the British Geological Survey (BGS), this will have no impact on GPS systems or the practical use of magnetic or gyro compasses. We’re used to the idea that “north” is a fixed direction pointing unerringly toward the North Pole, but it’s not as constant as popularly thought. In fact, there are two versions of north. There’s true north,…Then there is magnetic north, which is what you read on a magnetic compass and changes as the magnetic north pole, which is located hundreds of miles from the north pole, ….

Trump Admin. Preps Proposal to Execute Mass Shooters Faster
Marc Short, Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff, told reporters to expect the legislation as part of a larger gun control proposal from the White House, the implementation of a federal death penalty for hate crimes, adding that it should “be delivered quickly, decisively, and without years of needless delay.”

Tropical Storm Fernand Forms in Western Gulf of Mexico; Tropical Depression Eight Forms in Eastern Atlantic
Tropical Storm Fernand has formed in the western Gulf of Mexico and will bring a threat of heavy rain and flooding to northeastern Mexico. Tropical Depression Eight has also formed in the eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean. But that’s not all: The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is watching two other areas in the Atlantic for possible tropical development as well.

Omar’s husband confirms she was married to her own brother
The legal husband of U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and the father of her three children, Ahmed Hirsi, has confirmed to friends that the congresswoman married her brother in a fraudulent immigration scheme, according to sources who spoke to Powerline blogger Scott Johnson…. sources in the Somali community in Minnesota further say Omar is threatening Hirsi that he would be in trouble along with her if the truth were to come out.

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’
Pirro told the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that she’s very concerned about the direction that America is going.“You can see everything is upside down: the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, freedom of speech, law and order, respect for authority,” said Pirro. She went on to say that she’s worried about the “anger” coming from the left and what she sees as an effort to silence conservatives. When you think about all the times they’ve talked about blowing up the White House, killing the president — this is lunacy.

Iranian oil tanker nears coast of Syria as captain refuses to cooperate with delivery, sources say
The Adrian Darya 1, the Iranian oil tanker that the U.S. has pursued for several days, is now fewer than 10 nautical miles from the shores of Syria, intelligence sources tell Fox News. The captain of the vessel, Akhilesh Kumar, has been refusing to cooperate with a planned oil delivery and has asked to be dismissed or replaced, the sources added.

Hurricane Dorian’s devastation in the Bahamas revealed
After battering the Bahamas for more than a day and a half, Hurricane Dorian finally began to move away from the islands on Tuesday as the scope of the devastation began to emerge.

Pentagon diverts $3.6 billion for border wall
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Tuesday authorized the diverting of $3.6 billion in military construction funds for 11 wall projects on the southern border with Mexico,… The announcement fulfills a promise made by President Donald Trump in February to tap military construction funds to build his border wall.

Kushner’s plan is worth trying
Kushner’s plan is worth trying. No one else is making a serious effort to better the lives of Palestinians. And Netanyahu should get on board, before he misses an historic opportunity.

United States imposes more sanctions on Iran
Earlier on Tuesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Iran will not agree to bilateral negotiations with the United States until all sanctions are lifted. The U.S. Treasury sanctions targeted the Iran Space Agency, Iran Space Research Center and the Astronautics Research Institute, according to a statement on its website. “The United States will not allow Iran to use its space launch program as cover to advance its ballistic missile programs,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement.

Iraqi National Guard Chief: I’d Go to War Alongside Satan
Iraqi militia head, Abu Alaa Al-Walai said that if there was a war between the United States and Satan, he “would side with Satan”. Al-Walai then explained that in a war of America against Jordan, he’d side with Jordan and against Syria, he’d side with Syria. The militia head added that in a war between America and Saudi Arabia, he’s a stand with Saudi Arabia. Finally, if Iran went to war with the US, he’d fight alongside the US.

Ex-Israeli Intel Chief Reveals how PA Uses ‘Peace’ Agreements to Advance Jihad
With Donald Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ expected to be publicized following Israeli elections later this month, the former head of Israel’s General Security Services, MK Avi Dichter (Likud), revealed how late Palestinian Authority chairman Yasser Arafat, exploited his diplomatic immunity to smuggle arch terrorists from Egypt into Gaza.

Under pressure from right, Netanyahu to make history in Hebron today
Expectations are high for a dramatic announcement on Wednesday, when Benjamin Netanyahu will make Israeli history by becoming the first prime minister to deliver a public address in Hebron. The event is a state ceremony at the Tomb of the Patriarchs marking 90 years since Arab rioters killed 67 Jews in the biblical city, thereby decimating the ancient Jewish community.

Lebanon PM: Hezbollah is a regional problem, not just a Lebanese problem
Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri stated that Lebanon is not responsible for Hezbollah and that the terrorist organization is a regional problem… “Look, Hezbollah is not a Lebanese problem — only — it is a regional problem,” said Hariri. “Israel wants to have …this scenario that Lebanon is responsible, with what Netanyahu says…But he…and the international community knows that this is not true.”

Hurricane Dorian: Scale of Bahamas devastation emerges
Rescuers have begun to reach areas of the northern Bahamas devastated by Hurricane Dorian, with aerial images showing a trail of destruction. PM Hubert Minnis said some areas had been “decimated” and expected the current death toll of seven would rise. The hurricane winds that hit the Abaco Islands equalled the highest ever recorded at landfall, and Grand Bahama also suffered severe damage and floods.

California city tests buzzy campaign idea for income
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang wants to give cash to every American each month. Susie Garza has never heard of Yang. But since February, she’s been getting $500 a month from a nonprofit in Stockton, California, as part of an experiment that offers something unusual in presidential politics: a trial run of a campaign promise, highlighting the benefits and challenges in real time.

Report: Israel offered Hezbollah deal to restore calm
Israel offered Hezbollah an end to the recent escalation across the Lebanon border and a return to the UN resolution that halted hostilities after the 2006 Second Lebanon War, a Lebanese newspaper reported Wednesday, citing diplomatic sources in the country. In exchange, the Al Liwaa daily said, Israel would commit to ending its strikes against Hezbollah operatives in Syria. Hezbollah reportedly rejected the Israeli offer.

Israel says Hezbollah plans advanced missile plant in Lebanon
Israel accused Hezbollah on Tuesday of setting up a factory for precision-guided missiles in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, in a veiled warning of further possible Israeli counter-strikes after a drone attack near Beirut attributed to Israel set off brief cross-border fighting. Sunday’s shelling exchange was the fiercest between Israel and Hezbollah since the end of the 2006 Second Lebanon War.

Report: Iran building its biggest ever military base in Syria
Iran has not eased up its efforts to establish a military presence in Syria as new satellite images reveal the Islamic Republic has established its largest military base to day in the war-torn country and is in the process of moving thousands of troops into the facility, Fox News reported Tuesday.

Kansas University faculty wants Chick-fil-A banned from campus for fears of ‘safety,’ ‘mental well being’
A few Kansas University faculty members are not fans of allowing Chick-fil-A to be served on campus because they believe the chain violates “safety and inclusion”.

‘The nightmare everyone is worried about’: HIV cases tied to opioids spike in West Virginia county
A cluster of HIV cases in a rural West Virginia county represents what public health officials have long feared amid the nationwide opioid epidemic.

At this Florida camp, believers can ask for healing or a chat with the dead 
Once word is given, the 20 or so chairs in the back of the Colby Memorial Temple fill with believers young and old. The healing is about to begin.

Hurricane “Dorian” caused ‘unprecedented damage’ to the Bahamas
Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis of the Bahamas said that Category 5 Hurricane “Dorian” has caused “unprecedented damage” to his country. The violent tropical cyclone damaged over 13 000 properties, according to the International Red Cross. Dorian is the strongest hurricane to hit the northwestern Bahamas with maximum sustained winds of 298 km/h (185 mph) and wind gusts up to 354 km/h (220 mph). This also makes it the second strongest Atlantic hurricane, according to the NHC.

Benjamin Netanyahu Says That Efforts Are Underway For Trilateral Security Summit Between The United States, Israel And Russia To Be Held In Jerusalem Before Elections
September figures to be an interesting month, Israel will hold its elections on the 17th, the Trump administration has said they will unveil their ‘peace plan‘ immediately after that, and now we see that Netanyahu is calling for another trilateral security meeting between the US, Russia and Israel in Jerusalem. That’s a lot of stuff going on at the same time.

Iran says it can resume 20% uranium enrichment in days if no economic relief
Iran’s atomic energy agency said Tuesday that it could resume enriching uranium to 20 percent within two days unless the remaining European signatories to the nuclear deal provide economic relief to counter US sanctions.

Category 3 Hurricane “Juliette” bearing down on Clarion Island, Mexico
Hurricane “Juliette,” the 10th named storm and 3rd major hurricane of the 2019 Pacific hurricane season, is bearing down on Clarion Island, Mexico. The storm formed September 1 while all eyes were set on Hurricane “Dorian” and quickly intensified into a major hurricane.

Well Then: Palestinian Kids Stage Mock Terrorist Raid on Israelis As Part of Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony
Palestinian children dressed as terrorists and staged a mock raid on Israelis as part of a Kindergarten graduation ceremony in Gaza City. The enactment even included a drone, weapons, and body cameras. Adoring relatives can be seen in the audience filming.