The religion of climate change & the new doomsday scenario
It’s not “climate change” that’s “threatening mental health.” It’s the apocalyptic way it’s being reported that’s threatening mental health. I’m talking about the new religion of man made global warning. It has its unique gods (like Mother Earth). It deifies the created world (with seminarians confessing to plants in a chapel service). It has its high priests and religious leaders (the climate change gurus and radical environmentalists). It has its patron saints (like Sweden’s Greta Thunberg). And it has its own doomsday scenario: The end of the world is near. Very near.
China Unveils “Doomsday Bomb” While U.S. Military Concentrates On “Diversity”
Billed as the “ultimate doomsday weapon,” the fearsome super nuke was displayed during China’s 70th anniversary parade in Tiananmen Square. “The Dongfeng-41 is a 7,672 mph intercontinental ballistic missile that is said to have the furthest range of any nuclear missile and could reach the US in 30 minutes,” reports the Sun. Meanwhile, in the United States, US Major General Lori Reynolds told 300 intelligence Marines at the 9th Annual Marine Corps Association and Foundation Intelligence Awards Dinner that “diversity” will make the difference in future war fighting.
FDA: Thousands of Deaths Linked to Puberty Blockers
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has documented thousands of deaths linked to the puberty-blocking drugs now increasingly given to children who suffer from gender dysphoria or claim to be “transgender.”
Russia’s Communists Are Making A Comeback
For much of Russia’s post-Soviet history, communists and other leftists found themselves on the political margins. That is starting to change. During Russia’s recent regional elections, the Communist Party made major gains at the Kremlin’s expense — the second year in a row that it did so. Communists also played a major role in organizing mass anti-Kremlin protests that rocked Russia two summers ago.
Netanyahu interested in merging with New Right
The discussions on the matter, Netanyahu’s associates said, began shortly after the last election. This may explain why Netanyahu quickly made a phone call to Naftali Bennett following the election, despite tense relations between the two. Bennett and Ayelet Shaked, the co-leaders of the New Right, are not liked by the Netanyahu family, but it turns out that the Likud actually sees them as an electoral asset.
Now Reuters Appears Panicky Over Trump 2020 Win, Warns SCOTUS Could End up 7-2 Conservative
Wire service Reuters has apparently discovered two things. First, Donald Trump might win a second term as president in 2020. Second, two of the liberal justices on the Supreme Court are like, really old. The combination of those two things seems to have Reuters a little panicky. In fact, one could almost detect a bit of nervousness over what might happen before next year’s election.
Signs Of The Times? Earthquake Swarms Hit Texas, Oklahoma, San Francisco And The New Madrid Fault Zone
Could it be possible that the U.S. is entering a more seismically active time? This week alone, we have seen earthquake swarms in Texas, Oklahoma, San Francisco and the New Madrid fault zone. Of course earthquakes happen every day, but to see so many earthquake swarms happen in such diverse places within such a compressed period of time is definitely unusual.
Iraqi militia commander claims ‘green light’ to retaliate against Israel
The Iraqi prime minister’s claim that Israel was behind recent attacks on PMF positions was a “green light to retaliate against Israel,” the commander said.
Iraqi security forces fire at protesters storming Baghdad airport
Iraqi elite counter-terrorism service troops used live ammunition and tear gas on Wednesday to prevent protesters from breaking into Baghdad airport, police sources told Reuters.
Iraq imposes curfew in three southern cities
Iraq has imposed a curfew in the southern cities of Nassiriya, Amara and Hilla, police sources told Reuters on Wednesday, as renewed anti-government protests turned violent and spread nationwide.
Residents flee after Papua New Guinea volcano erupts
Papua New Guinea’s volatile Ulawun volcano erupted early Tuesday (Oct 1), sending a column of red lava shooting up into the sky and forcing the evacuation of recently returned residents. Mount Ulawan, situated on the remote Bismarck Archipelago chain, displaced between 7,000 and 13,000 people from their homes when it last erupted in June. Seismic activity started at midday on Monday before the volcano erupted at about 4:30am Tuesday, according to Rabaul Volcano Observatory assistant director Ima Itikarai. “It was noiseless and in the dark just before dawn; the eruption was visible (with) a distinct shard (of) red incandescent glow shooting up less than 100m from the base,” he told AFP.
Kochavi: ‘U.S. and Israel enjoy strong military-to-military relationship’
IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Aviv Kochavi spoke with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley discussing issues of shared concern. The two “who worked side by side in their previous roles, discussed security issues, regional developments in the Middle East, and the deep and long-standing collaboration between the armies,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said in a statement.
Israel-Egypt gas deal gets a boost as shares soar
Israeli gas giant Delek announced on Wednesday that they updated a major agreement for the export of natural gas from the Leviathan and Tamar offshore reservoirs to Egypt. Following the announcement, gas shares soared. Partners in the Leviathan and Tamar projects include Israel’s Delek Group Ltd. and the Texas-based Noble Energy Inc.
North Korea tests submarine-capable missile fired from sea
North Korea has confirmed it test-fired a new type of a ballistic missile, a significant escalation from the short-range tests it has conducted since May. The missile – which was able to carry a nuclear weapon – was the North’s 11th test this year. But this one, fired from a platform at sea, was capable of being launched from a submarine.
US set to impose tariffs on $7.5bn of EU exports in Airbus row
The US has been given the go-ahead to impose tariffs on $7.5bn (£6.1bn) of goods it imports from the EU. It is the latest chapter in a 15-year battle between the US and the EU over illegal subsidies for planemakers Airbus and rival Boeing. The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling will mean tariffs on EU goods ranging from aircraft to cheese, olives and jumpers from 18 October.
Iraq protests: Curfew imposed in Baghdad amid widespread unrest
A curfew is in effect in the Iraqi capital Baghdad after a second day of clashes between anti-government protesters and security forces. The restrictions will remain in place until further notice. Curfews had already been declared in three other cities as protests over lack of jobs, poor services and corruption escalated. The violence has left at least seven people dead and hundreds wounded.
Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt believes biology is the next frontier in computing
Brain inserts and carbon-absorbing bacteria aren’t just the fantasies of Silicon Valley’s richest executives, they’re also a part of a larger hope to advance artificial intelligence and computing efforts. “Biology will undoubtedly fuel computing” in coming years, former Google CEO and current technical advisor Eric Schmidt said at a conference called SynBioBeta in San Francisco Monday.
Bizarre deaths of bulls baffle Oregon police and residents
The first dead bull was found in a timbered ravine in eastern Oregon. There was no indication it had been shot, attacked by predators or had eaten poisonous plants. The animal’s sex organs and tongue had been removed. All the blood was gone. In the next few days, four more Hereford bulls were found within 1.5 miles in the same condition. There were no tracks around the carcasses.
China Unveils “Doomsday Bomb” While U.S. Military Concentrates On “Diversity”
Good luck with that…
Muslim Refugee Butchers Mom In Front Of Her Kids For Way She Insulted Islam
When a refugee spotted a woman with her 2 young children, he immediately brandished a large knife and began brutally stabbing her in the head and neck in front of her horrified children. As soon as police arrested him, they discovered that the grisly attack was all because of the simple way she “insulted” his religion.
Canada: 14 year old girl sexually assaulted by muslim migrant, school asks her to consider the situation from his point of view
…Fredricton High School belittled reports of the sex assault against her daughter, and was told to consider things from the Syrian migrant’s perspective — yes you read this right
Storm Lorenzo to hit Ireland with disruptive winds and heavy rain
Post-Tropical Cyclone “Lorenzo,” now known as Storm Lorenzo, is moving toward Ireland and the United Kingdom, bringing disruptive winds and heavy rain. Lorenzo is still a powerful and very large cyclone. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 240 km (150 miles) from the center and tropical-storm-force up to 630 km (390 miles).
Typhoon “Mitag” about slam into South Korea, residents warned to take extra precautions against landslides and flooding
After lashing Taiwan and parts of eastern China with heavy rains and strong winds, Typhoon “Mitag” is now approaching southern South Korea. Landfall is expected around 12:00 UTC on October 2, with maximum sustained winds of 90 km/h (58 mph) and very heavy rain. After exiting into the Sea of Japan on October 3, Mitag will head towards Japan where it is expected to make landfall on October 4.
Major floods prompt evacuation and rescues in the UK
The Environment Agency in England has issued more than 250 warnings and alerts in the early hours of Tuesday, October 1, 2019, following torrential rains across parts of the United Kingdom. Major floods caused damaged roads, travel disruptions, and evacuations.
In migrant-surged Sweden, now it’s the Swedes who are fleeing
…Now it’s the Swedes who are fleeing, setting off a second refugee wave of sorts as Swedes move away to either the Swedish hinterlands or else to other countries, according to this Gatestone report.
Anti-Semitic fliers distributed in Montana
Fliers bearing white nationalist language and hate speech were circulated to businesses in Whitefish, Montana on Monday, the first day of Rosh Hashanah, JTA reports.
British Court In Transgender Case: Bible Belief Is ‘Incompatible With Human Dignity’
On Tuesday, a British court ruled that belief in the Bible was “incompatible with human dignity.”
CODENAME ALASKA: Planned Parenthood Opens An 18,000 Sq. Ft. Built In Secret ‘Mega-Clinic’ Capable Of Performing Over 11,000 Abortions Per Year
Planned Parenthood just opened a massive new abortion facility in Illinois that is capable of cranking out a minimum of 11,000 abortions per year, and like all criminals they worked under the cover of darkness, laboring night and day in secret. They called it ‘Codename: Alaska’, and it is now one of the largest abortion facilities anywhere in the country.
Suspected drug smugglers clung to floating bales of cocaine for hours in shark-infested waters: cops
When their boat sank off the coast of Colombia on Sunday, three suspected drugsmugglers survived out in the open waters by clinging to the only thing that was floating: their product.
74 Percent Of Conservative Californians Are Looking Into Leaving
More than half of California voters have thought about moving out of state, according to a new poll from the Institute of Governmental Studies at U.C. Berkeley. A full 74 percent of the state’s very conservative voters say they’re looking into moving, and 84 percent of those cite California’s political culture as their rationale for leaving.