3 Dec 2019

New Prayer Campaign Pushes to Open the Temple Mount for Jews on Sabbath
A new campaign has been launched in an effort to get the Temple Mount opened on Shabat (the Sabbath) for Jewish pilgrims. The campaign calls upon as many Jews as possible to gather at the Gate of the Chain of the Temple Mount to pray the Shabat morning prayer of Musaf.

Ramallah: Anti-Israel Secular Jews Attack Anti-Israel ‘Religious’ Jews
Last week’s ceremony was held in the Mukata presidential headquarters in Ramallah. The Jewish attendees were generally of two types: secular left-wing extremists and ultra-Orthodox from the Neturei Karta sect. The Anti-Defamation League identifies Neturei Karta as an anti-Zionist group that claims to“pray for the peaceful dismantlement of the state of Israel.”

Gantz Accidentally Brings Rabbi’s 30-Year Old Prophecy About Netanyahu to Fruition
“It really pains me, as a friend, as a brother, as a close friend, to see how people constantly spill Netanyahu’s blood,” Rabbi Schneerson confided to Nachshon. “But I have a surprise for you, he’s going to come out of it, and he’ll stand tall, on G-d’s side. He has a promise from the Rebbe, and he’s going to make it through this. We’ve seen it happen up to now, and that’s how it’s going to be now as well. He will make it through this, and he will continue, and I hope he’ll be able to hand his keys over to Moshiach (the Messiah), and we’ll have the complete and true Redemption.”

Polls Showing Third of Blacks Support Trump May Herald Huge Political Upheavals Ahead
Democrats have relied on President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s coalition to control the White House and Congress for much of the past eight decades, with black voters being the most reliable bloc in the alliance. But three recent national polls may signal big changes ahead in America’s political balance of power. Rasmussen Reports announced Nov. 22 that 34 percent of blacks in the latest survey said they now support President Donald Trump.

Israel’s war with Iran will cause never-before-seen images
A war against Iran and Hezbollah will see Israel pounded by over a thousand rockets per day, causing never-before-seen images in the Jewish State, an unnamed former senior officer from the Israeli Air Force told The Jerusalem Post. “It’s a severe threat to the homeland, and there will be images that have never ever been seen in the past,” he said.

Jimmy Carter hospitalized again
Jimmy Carter was admitted to a hospital in Georgia over the weekend for treatment of a urinary tract infection, The Hill reported on Monday. He was taken to Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in Americus, said a statement from the Carter Center. “He is feeling better and looks forward to returning home soon,” his spokeswoman said, adding that another statement will be released once he is discharged from the hospital.

Solar wind flowing from a southern hole in the sun’s atmosphere could graze Earth’s magnetic field later this week, probably on Dec. 3-4. No geomagnetic storms are expected. However, Arctic auroras will brighten when the solar wind arrives.

Trump campaign yanks Bloomberg News press credentials over ‘openly biased’ and ‘troubling’ practices
President Trump’s campaign will no longer credential Bloomberg News reporters in light of the news that the agency’s owner, Michael Bloomberg, is entering the 2020 Democratic primary race. Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, said Bloomberg News recently reported approach to covering the election “is troubling and wrong.”

At Least 21 Dead After Mexican Shootout Violence Erupts Near Texas Border
According to Fox News, the hour-long gunfight took place in Villa Union. That’s a small town in Coahuila State. If you were wondering what cartels were doing there, here’s something that might not shock you: The town is about an hour from the border crossing at Eagle Pass, Texas. According to The Washington Post, of 16 major Democrat candidates polled eight said they favored decriminalizing the criminal penalty for crossing the border under Title 8, Section 1325 of the United States penal code. That’s… including Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Bernie Sanders.

California Has Earthquakes, Wildfires, Floods and Volcanoes
“Most people are surprised that there are any volcanoes in California,” said Kari Cooper, a geologist at the University of California, Davis. “It’s just really not on people’s radar.” It should be. According to a report Mangan and her colleagues released this year, the risk of a small-to-moderate eruption somewhere in the state over the next 30 years is 16% — about the same as for a magnitude 6.7 or greater earthquake along the San Andreas Fault. Those odds are “not something to ignore,”

Super Typhoon Kammuri slams into Philippines after rapid strengthening
Super Typhoon Kammuri — which rapidly intensified overnight into a Category 4-equivalent monster — is ravaging parts of the Philippines with 130 mph winds, a potentially destructive storm surge and copious amounts of rainfall.

Angela Merkel Argues Freedom of Speech ‘Has Its Limits’ and Government Should Regulate It
There’s an intractable lesson in politics that pretty much anyone can understand: Those who say they need to limit free speech in order to save it have no intention of trying to save free speech. That’s the takeaway we should have from German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s speech in Berlin last week in which she said that Germans had freedom of expression, provided it was freedom of expression that the government liked.

Israel’s war with Iran will cause never-before-seen images
A war against Iran and Hezbollah will see Israel pounded by over a thousand rockets per day, causing never-before-seen images in the Jewish State, an unnamed former senior officer from the Israeli Air Force told The Jerusalem Post. “It’s a severe threat to the homeland, and there will be images that have never ever been seen in the past,” he said.

Israeli scientists find way to treat deadly pancreatic cancer in 14 days
A new treatment developed by Tel Aviv University could induce the destruction of pancreatic cancer cells, eradicating the number of cancerous cells by up to 90% after two weeks of daily injections of a small molecule known as PJ34. Pancreatic cancer is one of the hardest cancers to treat. Most people who are diagnosed with the disease do not even live five years after being diagnosed.

Italian local politician ‘offended’ over Holocaust survivor saying Jesus was Jewish
A local Italian politician said that he felt offended because a Holocaust survivor and senator for life noted that Jesus was Jewish, Italian media reported on Friday. Fabio Tuiach, a member of the municipal council of Trieste, made the comment ahead of a council vote on a motion proposing to award Auschwitz survivor Liliana Segre the city’s honorary citizenship.

Nato summit: Divisions exposed ahead of meeting
Turkey has said it will oppose a Nato defence plan for Baltic countries, exposing tensions in the alliance ahead of a summit for its 70th anniversary. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants the military bloc to recognise the groups Turkey is fighting as terrorists but members are reluctant to do so. Last month, the French president angered some countries by suggesting the alliance is “brain dead”.

Trump to ‘restore’ tariffs on steel from Brazil and Argentina
US President Donald Trump has said he will place tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Brazil and Argentina. He justified the move saying those countries’ weak currencies had made it harder for US food exports to compete. “Brazil and Argentina have been presiding over a massive devaluation of their currencies, which is not good for our farmers,” Mr Trump said.

American jobs are getting worse, new economic index shows
Although the U.S. is on a record streak for job-creation, many Americans still feel like they can’t get ahead — it’s not their imagination. The last three decades have seen the economy churn out more and more jobs that offer inadequate pay, a group of researchers found. “The history of private-sector employment in the U.S. over the past three decades is one of overall degradation…

New York Fed Adds Liquidity Amid Heavy Demand for Year-End Funding
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York again saw very strong demand for liquidity aimed at helping financial markets navigate the turn of the year. The demand once again arrived as the Fed added temporary liquidity to financial markets Monday. All together the central bank pumped in $97.9 billion in two parts. One was via overnight repurchase agreements, or repos, that totaled $72.9 billion.

Data on your spending habits could be a gold mine for banks
There’s a powerful new player watching what you buy so it can tailor product offerings for you: the bank behind your credit or debit card. For years, Google and Facebook have been showing ads based on your online behavior. Retailers from Amazon to Walgreens also regularly suction up your transaction history to steer future spending and hold your loyalty.

U.S. homeland security proposes face scans for citizens
The Trump administration intends to propose a regulation next year that would require all travelers – including U.S. citizens – to be photographed when entering or leaving the United States, according to the administration’s regulatory agenda. The proposed regulation…would be part of a broader system to track travelers as they enter and exit the United States.

Israel set to seek UN recognition of Jewish refugees from Arab countries
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon was to announce on Tuesday a plan to advance a resolution recognizing Jewish refugees from Arab countries. The move comes as the UN General Assembly marks 72 years since the November 29, 1947 partition plan that established the State of Israel.

Heavy rain batters southern France, causing new wave of deadly floods
Torrential rain has once again battered southern France on December 1, 2019, resulting in deadly floods that killed 5 people, including 3 emergency workers killed after their helicopter crashed near Marseille. The event occurred just a week after devastating floods in the region also killed five.

Kammuri rapidly intensified before hitting Philippines, more than 100 000 evacuated lahar-prone areas
Authorities are evacuating more than 100 000 people living in lahar-prone areas in the Bicol region, Philippines, ahead of the landfall of Typhoon “Kammuri”, locally known as Tisoy. The storm has further intensified into Category 4 hurricane equivalent and its eyewall is now bringing violent winds over Northern Samar, Catanduanes, Albay, Camarines Sur, and Sorsogon.

Jammu and Kashmir receives 171% excess rain in October, November – Kashmir’s heaviest November snow in 40 years
Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) received 188 mm (7 inches) of precipitation during October and November 2019, making it 171% above usual. On November 6 and 7 this year, Kashmir also saw its heaviest November snow in four decades. According to the MeT Department, summer capital Srinagar registered 228 mm (9 inches) rain and snowfall during the same period, which was 685% higher than normal precipitation.

State Of Emergency Declared And National Guard Deployed
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today declared a State of Emergency in Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga and Ulster Counties as a large winter storm continues to impact New York.

Netflix, Disney, and Hulu are bleeding customers who are sick and tired of all the perversion
There’s a revolt taking place against entertainment streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney Plus, all of which are threatening to pull their television and film productions out of Georgia and other “red” states for enacting “heartbeat” bills to protect the lives of the unborn.

Israel Ranked 8th Most Powerful Country in the World Throughout 2019
The Spectator Index has recognized the Jewish state of Israel as the 8th most powerful country in the world; Additionally, Israel is ranked 29th on the world’s best countries list; Report: For its relatively small size, the country has played a large role in global affairs.

Charter School Reverses Decision to Ban Student from Playing ‘Joy to the World’
On Nov. 21, a California charter school barred 13-year-old Brooklyn Benzel from playing her favorite Christmas carol, “Joy to the World,” because it was deemed “too religious.” The school reversed its decision less than a week later, after threat of legal action.

Democratic Party Leaders Conspire with CHICOMS and Mexican Cartels to Destablize America
I am sympathetic to the plight of immigrants to an extent. However, when national security is in danger due to various aspects of the threat that immigration poses, I sing a decidedly different tune. We have within our political structure of government a group of radical subversives who are using immigration to overthrow our government.

Multiple Day And Nighttime Sightings Of A Strange ‘Snake-Like’ UFO Across Several US States And Even As Far Away As Scotland Are Baffling The Experts
Over the last month, an elongated, snake-like unidentified flying object has been spotted in several US states, from California to Wyoming, and even Scotland. However, there is still no explanation of what it was or where it came from.

New UN nuclear agency chief pledges ‘firm and fair’ stance on Iran
The incoming head of the UN’s atomic watchdog agency said Monday he would take a “firm and fair” approach toward inspections of Iran’s nuclear facilities, and plans to visit Tehran in the near future.

Alpha Conference 2020 At Hillsong Church In Phoenix Will Feature A Mass By Roman Catholic Priest And Promote The One World Religion Of Antichrist
..The Alpha Conference 2020, to be held by Hillsong Church in Phoenix, Arizona, is again featuring a Roman Catholic priest, a mass, as well as the stunning news that The Alpha Conference is now endorsed by all the Laodiceans and apostates that make up the One World Religion of Antichrist currently being formed by Pope Francis. We call it Chrislam, and it’s a thing.

Free Distribution of HIV Prevention Drug Begins Dec. 2: Gilead
The Trump administration is set to begin nationwide distribution of free HIV prevention medication to uninsured patients on Dec. 2 to coincide with World AIDS Day.

Supreme Court to take up first gun rights case in nearly a decade
The U.S. Supreme Court, in its first gun rights case in nearly a decade, will hear arguments Monday from Second Amendment advocates challenging a New York City law that restricts licensed holders to a handful of shooting ranges within the city.

Epstein Tapes? Sordid Case Takes A Bizarre Turn After Mystery ‘Hacker’ Emerges
Shortly after Jeffrey Epstein’s August death in a Manhattan detention facility, a shadowy figure claiming to have set up encrypted servers for the convicted sex offender told several attorneys and the New York Times he had a vast archive of incriminating evidence against powerful men stored on overseas servers, including several years worth of the financier’s communications and financial records which allegedly showed he had vast amounts of Bitcoin and cash in the Middle East and Bangkok, and hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of gold, silver and diamonds.

VIDEO: America collapses into a pharma state; just like a “narco state” but run by prescription drug cartels
A “narco state” is a nation where nearly every aspect of society — politics, law enforcement, media, etc. — is controlled by narcotics traffickers. Mexico is a modern-day narco state.