15 Nov 2019

Plague in China confirmed as 2 cases of highly-infections disease treated in Beijing
Two people in Beijing have been diagnosed with the pneumonic plague, a rare instance of the highly-contagious disease that is fatal if left untreated. The two individuals were being treated Tuesday at a hospital in China’s capital city, which is home to more than 21 million people, local authorities said. Pneumonic plague can prove fatal within 24 to 72 hours and is the “most virulent form of plague,” according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), while the bubonic form is less dangerous.

Major mag. 7.0 earthquake – Northern Molucca Sea (Indonesia) on Thursday, 14 November 2019 – information
Date & time: Thursday, 14 November 2019 16:17 UTC
Magnitude: 7.0
Depth: 27.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 1.6°N / 126.36°E (Indonesia)
Estimated released energy: 29.8 atomic bombs

Alabama ISIS bride blocked from returning to US; judge rules ‘not a US citizen’
A federal judge ruled Thursday that an Alabama-born ISIS bride did not have valid U.S. citizenship, undercutting a key part of her efforts to return to the U.S. from Syria. Hoda Muthana, 25, is the daughter of former Yemeni ambassador to the United Nations, Ahmed Ali Muthana. According to the National Review, Judge Reggie Walton ruled that because Hoda was born while her father only had diplomatic status in the U.S., his current U.S. citizenship does not extend to her.

Rabbi: Blessing Trump as King Shows He is the Final President Before the Return of Davidic Dynasty
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Jacobson recited the blessing said upon seeing a non-Jewish ruler.
Blessed art Thou, O L-rd our G-d, King of the Universe, that you have shared part of your love and glory and compassion with a human being who maintains the honor of every innocent person and every Jew forever.”Though it is doubtful that the president understood the full import of the blessing, Trump appeared to be impressed at the ritual focused on his honor.

Curiosity rover reveals “mind-boggling” oxygen swings on Mars
The concentrations of these gases increase and decrease as the weather changes on Mars, as the icy winters lower air pressure across the planet and the summer then raises them again. This leads to regular patterns of concentrations of gases like nitrogen and argon, and in examining the latest data, the scientists expected to see similar trends at play for oxygen. Only they didn’t. Oxygen concentration rose by around 30 percent more in the Martian spring and summer than the scientists expected, and dipped below expectations in the winter.

Right Before “CeaseFire”, Israel Offs Another Terrorist Mastermind, CeaseFire Broken 4 Hours Later
Several hours before the ceasefire between Israel and Gaza went into effect, Israel fired a missile at a building in the Deir al-Balah village, killing Rasmi Abu Malhus, commander of the mortar unit in the Islamic Jihad’s central division reports the Jewish Press. The Gaza health minister reports that seven family members were reportedly also killed while 12 were wounded. Around the same time, an IDF navy vessel hit an Islamic Jihad military training compound which doubled as a weapons warehouse.

IDF remains on high alert as rockets threaten cease fire
The IDF remained on high alert on Thursday as sporadic rocket fire against southern Israel shook but did not destroy a fragile ceasefire understanding between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) that went into effect on Thursday morning. In addition to the rockets, Friday’s weekly Palestinian protests along the Gaza border fence also have the potential to reignite the violence.

Islamic Jihad adds new rocket to arsenal
The Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, announced the introduction of the new Buraq 120 rocket to its arsenal on Thursday, according the Shehab News Agency. “We announce the introduction of a new Buraq 120 for the first time for military service, a purely Palestinian jihadist industry,” the group said in a statement posted on its channel on Telegram.

Hong Kong in first recession for a decade amid protests
Hong Kong has confirmed it has entered its first recession for a decade as it continues to be gripped by protests. Its economy shrank 3.2% in the July-to-September period compared with the prior quarter, figures showed, confirming earlier preliminary data. It means the economy has contracted for two quarters in a row, which is the usual definition of a recession.

California school shooting: Two teenage students killed in Santa Clarita
Two students, aged 16 and 14, have been killed and three others injured by a gunman who opened fire at a secondary school in California, officials say. The victims died in a brief, 16-second gun attack shortly before classes began on Thursday at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. The attack came on the 16th birthday of the suspect, named by US media as fellow student, Nathaniel Berhow.

Australia braces for heavy winds, lightning amid bushfire threat
Australia braced on Friday for strong winds that began to whip up bushfires in two states, potentially adding to a toll of more than 270 homes destroyed and 2.5 million acres (1 million hectares) of land ravaged during the past week. The country’s weather bureau warned that winds and lightning strikes increase the threat to communities across two states on the country’s east coast, which have been ravaged by fire…

U.S. trade groups raise alarm over Canadian digital services tax
More than a dozen U.S. trade groups and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce…urged the Trump administration to block a French-style digital services tax proposed by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau… The groups said the tax would undermine U.S. investment in Canada’s technology market and threaten Canada’s compliance with commitments under the World Trade Organization…NAFTA, and …(USMCA).

Israelis in south brace for more rockets as barrages continue despite Gaza ceasefire
The residents of southern Israel braced for another night of rocket fire Thursday, after rockets fired from Gaza kept coming in violation of the ceasefire that came into effect in the early hours of the morning. Sirens sounded in Sderot and the Gaza border community of Shaar HaNegev at around 10pm. The Iron Dome missile defense system brought down two rockets over Sderot.

Four countries discuss ‘tolerance in multiculturalism’ at UAE summit
With over 200 nationalities currently residing in the GCC, countries across the region are continuing to promote the values of tolerance and coexistence through various initiatives. The UAE first introduced the post of minister of tolerance with the appointment of Sheikha Lubna Al-Qasimi in 2016, reinforcing its commitment to eradicate ideological, cultural and religious bigotry in society.

Syria’s Assad says ‘resistance’ will force US troops out
Syrian President Bashar Assad said in remarks broadcast Friday that the American presence in Syria will lead to armed “resistance” that will eventually force the U.S. troops to leave his country. Assad spoke in an interview with Russia24 TV and Rossiya Segodnya news agency saying Americans should remember the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and that “Syria will not be an exception.”

One Bank Finally Admits The Fed’s “NOT QE” Is Indeed QE… And Could Lead To Financial Collapse
“There may be a situation in which banks want to deleverage quickly, for example during a money run or a liquidation in some market caused by a sudden reassessment of value as in 2008.”

Arctic blast leaves at least 4 dead; Florida drops below freezing|
It was literally freezing in Florida and Alabama while parts of Maine, Michigan and New York were digging out from a foot of snow Wednesday as a historically early and deadly Arctic air mass gripped much of nation.

Disney+ slaps content warning for ‘outdated cultural depictions’ on classic animated movies
Disney’s new streaming service warns fans that they may encounter “outdated cultural depictions” while watching some of its older content.

What You Need To Know About Antinatalists And The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement That Is Gaining Global Popularity As The End Times Darken
After nearly 10 years of reporting on the end times for Now The End Begins, sometimes I feel that I have seen it all and heard it all, and then a story like antinatalism comes along to show me just how wrong I am. There is no end to the end times, it just keeps deepening and darkening, as we who are saved wait for our Blessed Hope on Flight #777, and as we watch an unsaved world sinking deeper into deception. So what is Antinatalism? A doctrine of demons, and it’s growing in popularity right now.

Coca-Cola Running Sprite Commercial In Argentina Showing Mothers Helping Their Transgender Children Cross-Dressing And Binding Their Breasts
In what is obviously a transgender trial balloon, soda giant Coca-Cola is running a Sprite commercial in Argentina showing mostly mothers and grandmothers helping their children to “choose their gender” by dressing their sons in drag and binding the breasts of their daughters who want to be men. It is like watching the gospel tract ‘Doom Town‘ from Chick Publications coming to life before our very eyes.

Very strong M7.1 earthquake hits Molucca Sea, Indonesia – tsunami warning issued
A very strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M7.1 hit the Molucca Sea, Indonesia at 16:17 UTC on November 14, 2019. The agency is reporting a depth of 62 km (38 miles). BMKG is reporting M7.1 at a depth of 73 km (45 miles). EMSC is reporting M7.2 at a depth of 60 km (37 miles).

Dem Prosecutors Fear For Suburbs’ Safety As Radical District Attorneys, Fueled By Soros Cash, Take Control
Radical social justice activists will serve as the top prosecutors for three major Washington, D.C., suburbs — including the two wealthiest counties in the U.S. — after George Soros’s political action committee poured $2.1 million into ordinarily sleepy local races.

The Digital Money Revolution
The choice for governments and central banks is whether to stand in front of a train that is gaining steam, or get on board and reap the benefits…