18 Nov 2019

Grand Solar Minimums Marked by Violent Volcanic Activity
Not only does this have profound implications for the moderation of the Sun’s energy output, it also has profound implications for the smaller rocky inner planets such as Venus and Earth by stimulating volcanic – and in Earth’s case – tectonic activity as well.

Pope Proposes New Sin: Thou Shalt Not Destroy The Harmony Of The Environment
Pope Francis is fed up with deniers, so much so he is on the verge of declaring a new sin. Pope Francis, who has made the environment a signature cause of his pontificate, said he was strongly considering adding the category of “ecological sin” to the Catholic Church’s official compendium of teachings.

Hong Kong police threaten to fire live ammunition at democracy protesters
While three protesters have been shot during the 24 weeks of protests so far, this is the first time in the crisis the police have issued the stark warning. “If they (protesters) continue such dangerous actions, we would have no choice but to use minimum force, including live rounds,” said police spokesman Louis Lau during a Facebook live broadcast.

Giant Hailstones Crash Down During Queensland Storm
A bad storm brought giant hailstones, some of which Australian media reported to be the “size of cricket balls”, to parts of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland …

Indonesia’s Mount Merapi spews 1,000-metre high ash columns
Indonesia’s volatile Mount Merapi volcano erupted on Sunday (Nov 17) morning, spewing ash columns up to 1000m into the sky, an official says. The volcano’s eruption occurred at 10:46 am (0346 GMT) Sunday and lasted for 155 seconds, Agus Wibowo, a spokesman for the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said in a statement.

Mass Protests Erupt Throughout Iran, Central Bank Burned Down
Following the rise in fuel prices, mass civil unrest has broken out throughout Iran. The Ayatollah supported a decision to increase the cost of gasoline by at least 50%. Khamenei appeared to be blaming foreign enemies for what he described as “sabotage” and called those setting public property on fire “thieves”. Meanwhile, Protestors have burned down Iran’s Central Bank.

Pope Meets With Muslim Leader, Rabbi Says “Esau Sending Ishmael to Complete the Holocaust”
Pope Francis received the Grand Imam Ahmed Al-Tayeb of Al-Azhar of Egypt at the Vatican on Friday. The meeting was intended as the net step in actualizing the Document on the Human Brotherhood for World Peace and Common Living Together, a joint statement signed by the Pope and the Imam in February in Abu Dhabi intended to promote a “culture of mutual respect.” The agreement between the two religious leaders was criticized for its stance on the diversity of religions.

Israel Strikes Hamas Targets After 2 Rockets Fired at Beersheba
Israel struck several Hamas installations in the Gaza Strip on Saturday after two rockets were fired at the city of Beersheba from the coastal territory, setting off warning sirens. According to Israeli military sources, the country’s Iron Dome air defense system downed both rockets. At least eight people suffered light injuries during the incident, mostly sustained while rushing for shelter, according to Ynet.

New Documentary Explores Satanist/Idolatrous Roots of Pro-Abortion Movement
Ten days ago, an anti-abortion group, released a 22-minute documentary titled “Abortion: A Doctrine of Demons.” The movie came as a result of the group’s experiences in which their activists noticed a link between pro-abortion efforts and proclamations of satanism. “At first, we wondered if our experience was unique or if there was a legitimate connection between the defense of abortion and satanism,” the group’s founder Mark Harrington said on his radio show. “So, we began investigating. And what we found is nothing short of disturbing. Our team began producing a film to share our findings.”

Lebanese protesters lash out at Hezbollah over economic woes
Young men chanting the “people want to bring down the regime” gathered outside the office of Lebanese legislator Mohammed Raad, the powerful head of Hezbollah’s parliamentary bloc. One shirtless man grabbed a metal rod and swung it at the sign bearing Raad’s name, knocking it out of place as others cheered.

Hong Kong Polytechnic University: Protesters arrested as they run from campus
Several protesters have been arrested while trying to run from a Hong Kong university campus surrounded by police. A group of around 100 people tried to leave Polytechnic University, but were met with tear gas and rubber bullets. It is the third time protesters have tried to leave, following a violent and fiery overnight stand-off with police.

Bolivia crisis: Food and fuel shortages as death toll mounts
Bolivian officials have flown basic provisions into the capital, La Paz, amid reports of food and fuel shortages. The system, which officials want to roll out elsewhere, is a move to bypass road blockades erected by supporters of former President Evo Morales. Mr Morales resigned on 10 November and later sought asylum in Mexico after facing claims of electoral fraud.

U.S. stock market at record but farm bankruptcies at highest since 2011
While the U.S. stock market is soaring to new record highs, farmers are having trouble paying their bills in the heart of America’s agricultural sector. U.S. stocks closed at fresh record highs on Friday on revived hopes for a U.S. – China trade deal despite mixed economic data.

Iran’s top leader warns ‘thugs’ as protests reach 100 cities
Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday cautiously backed the government’s decision to raise gasoline prices by 50% after days of widespread protests, calling those who attacked public property during demonstrations “thugs” and signaling that a potential crackdown loomed. The government shut down internet access across the nation of 80 million people to staunch demonstrations that took place in a reported 100 cities and towns.

North Korea says no more talks with U.S. just so Trump can boast
North Korea said on Monday it was not interested in meaningless talks with the United States just so President Donald Trump had something to boast about, urging an end to what it called a policy of hostility if the United States wanted dialogue. The comment by senior North Korean official Kim Kye Gwan…came after Trump…called on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to “act quickly” and hinted at another meeting.

Protesters block entrance to Iraq’s Umm Qasr port
Protesters have once again blocked the entrance to Iraq’s Umm Qasr commodities port near Basra, preventing employees and tankers from entering and bringing operations down by 50%… If the blockage goes on until the afternoon, operations will come to a complete halt, the sources said. The port was previously blocked from Oct. 29 to Nov. 9 with a brief resumption of operations between Nov. 7-9.

U.S. girds for battle over labeling ‘Jewish goods’
A new ruling from the European Court of Justice affirming a European Union requirement that Jewish-made products made in “disputed” territories carry special labels means the U.S. is girding for battle against the E.U.

Real gun is a misdemeanor, but ‘finger gun’ is a felony
A school in Kansas has determined that bringing a real gun to class in a backpack is just a misdemeanor. But folding your hand and making the image of a “finger gun”? That’s a felony.

Trump Rids Major U.S. Container Port of Chinese Communist Control
Under a long-term deal sealed by the Obama administration, a Chinese Communist company was set to control the second-busiest container port in the United States. In an unreported Trump administration victory, the Communists are out after a drawn-out national security review forced a unit of China-based COSCO Shipping Holdings Co. (Orient Overseas Container Line—OOCL) to sell the cherished container terminal business, which handles among the largest freight of imports into the U.S.

Soros Linked to Whistleblower Report – Former US Attorney Finds Proof Buried in Footnotes
Former U.S. Attorney Joe diGenova and his barrister wife Victoria Toensing dropped a bombshell claim in a recent Fox News appearance… “This whistleblower needs to go to prison. He doesn’t need to be feted, he needs to go to prison,” he said.

NTEB RADIO BIBLE STUDY: Kanye West And The Beginning Of The End Times False Revival Of The Lukewarm Laodicean Church Of The Last Days
Today we brought you the story of Kanye West appearing ‘live and in person!‘ on the stage at Lakewood Church in Texas with false teacher and motivational speaker Joel Osteen. There was, of course, no mention of the gospel, and Kanye West wanted everyone to know that “Jesus has won the victory because now the greatest artist that God has ever created is working for him.” Last time I checked, the “greatest artist” that God ever created was Lucifer who had musical instruments built right into his voice, and look how well that turned out.

Nearly 80,000 immigrants approved for DACA have arrest records, USCIS report finds
Nearly 80,000 immigrants approved for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)program, which shields those who came to the country illegally as minors from deportation, have an arrest record — including arrests for violent or sexual offenses.

Vatican youth seminary scandal grows with new abuse claims
A scandal over alleged sexual molestation and abuse at the Vatican’s youth seminary is growing, with more former papal altar boys alleging inappropriate behavior by priests inside the Vatican walls.

Sprite Launches Pro-LGBT Ad Campaign in Argentina
Sprite, a product of the Coca-Cola Company, has launched an ad campaign in Argentina (Sprite Argentina) that features the celebration of a gay-pride parade, and parents helping their sons and daughters cross-dress, apparently an endorsement of transgender expression.

St Mark’s closed as water again invades Venice, rain lashes Italy
Venice’s iconic St Mark’s Square was ordered closed on Sunday as the historic city suffered its third major flooding in less than a week, while rain lashing the rest of Italy prompted warnings in Florence and Pisa.

Earthquake swarm starts at Reykjanes volcanic system, Askja swarm still in progress, Iceland
An earthquake swarm started on Reykjanes ridge, 45 km (28 miles) SW of Reykjanes, Iceland, around 12:00 UTC on November 16, 2019. As of early November 17, the swarm seems to be decreasing. The last confirmed eruption at this system took place in 1926 (VEI 0) NE of Eldey and lasted about 4 days. Six volcanic eruptions have occurred since 1 211 CE, on average every 130 years. The duration of these submarine eruptions is estimated based on contemporary records, and varies from a few days up to few weeks.

Over 10 000 homes destroyed, 57 000 affected as catastrophic floods hit Central African Republic
Severe floods destroyed more than 10 000 homes and displaced at least 57 000 people since heavy rains started in the Central African Republic on October 21, 2019. Red Cross said this has been the state’s worst flooding in two decades.

The dirty water problem in Middle America
Don’t miss this. Glenn Beck is back in a big way. Beck lays out how the impeachment of Donald Trump could expose the reckless globalist scheme in Ukraine that is funded by George Soros and aided by the Deep State.

MUST READ: Glenn Beck shows how Ukraine is linchpin of Left’s globalist agenda
Like me, you may not have paid much attention to Glenn Beck recently, but you need to. Beck has put together a comprehensive explanation of why the impeachment inquiry could help to unravel the Democrats’ socialist agenda, and why Ukraine holds the key to the plot against America.