6 Dec 2019

REPORT: Trump and Netanyahu Finalize Pact to Be Military Allies in Gog and Magog
Debka File, an English language Israeli military intelligence news site, reported that the dialogue between Netanyahu and Trump was to finalize a military cooperation pact whose details were worked out during meetings between U.S. and Israeli generals in recent months. If true, this military pact would be a landmark.

Twitter Censorship Confirmed: “Shadow Banning” Is Now Written Into The Platform’s New Terms
Critics have accused Twitter of censorship for quite some time now. But this time, it’s official. The company has admitted they will attempt to silence those critical of the ruling class.

Americans own 423M guns & 8.1B rounds of ammunition, latest data shows
Using the most recent data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF’s) Annual Firearms Manufacturing and Export Reports (AFMER) to draw its conclusions, FITA’s report stated there are 422.9 million firearms in civilian possession from 1986 to 2018, along with an estimated 8.1 billion rounds of various firearms calibers and gauges. The report also noted that in a 25 year period between 1993 and 2017, the violent crime rate has dropped by 48.6 percent while firearms-related accidents have decreased by 68 percent.

Tens of Thousands Protest in France
Paris police fired tear gas at demonstrators Thursday as the Eiffel Tower shut down, France’s high-speed trains stood still and tens of thousands marched nationwide in a strike over the government’s plan to overhaul the retirement system. At least 87 protesters were arrested in the French capital by evening as the protests wound down, the AP reports. Unions launched the open-ended, nationwide walkout over President Emmanuel Macron’s centerpiece reform in the biggest challenge to the centrist leader since the yellow vest movement against economic inequality erupted a year ago.

NATO No Longer Serves American Interests
Quite simply, it makes no sense for U.S. taxpayers to subsidize the defense of nations capable of defending themselves. Shared interests will continue to justify military cooperation. However, the alliance as today constituted no longer serves American interests.

Why Is Trump Doubling Down on the Threat of War Against Iran?
“The Iranian regime keeps losing major constituencies in its revolutionary base,” said Hook, the State Department official in charge of Iran, at a Thursday press briefing. He claimed that the only base of support left for the Iranian government was a “handful of clerics.”

Iran’s ballistic missiles ‘can carry nuclear weapons’
The envoys’ letter referred to video footage on social media in April of the test flight of a new Shabab-3 medium range ballistic missile variant that was “technically capable of delivering a nuclear weapon.”

Anger at Erdogan’s ‘sea grab’ in the Mediterranean
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan faced growing anger on Thursday over Turkey’s “sea grab” in the Mediterranean. Ankara signed a maritime border agreement last month with the Libyan government in Tripoli that gives Turkey control over a vast area of sea stretching from its southern coast to North Africa. The Turkish Parliament approved the deal last night. The agreement gives Turkey lucrative rights to drill for oil and gas in areas that include the island of Crete’s territorial waters. Ankara says such islands are not entitled to territorial waters.

US raises fears that more than 1,000 protesters were killed by Iranian regime
“As the truth is trickling out of Iran, it appears the regime could have murdered over 1,000 Iranian citizens since the protests began,” Mr Hook said at the State Department.

Severe Threat Remains as Fires Rage in Australia’s New South Wales
Firefighters have endured a tough night battling blazes stretching from the NSW south coast all the way to the Queensland border, while another day of severe fire danger and Sydney smoke haze has been forecast. There were 96 bushfires burning across the state on Friday morning, with 46 uncontained and more than 2000 firefighters in the field.

Inspector General Ramps Up Investigations of FBI Employees
Open investigations of FBI employees by the Justice Department’s Inspector General (IG) have about doubled in recent years and, as far as available records go, there have never been so many investigations of this kind.

IAF, Special Ops complete joint ‘Game of Thrones’ drill in Cyprus
The commando and IAF’s international drill, aptly dubbed “Game of Thrones”, came to an end on Thursday on the island of Cyprus… Among those who participated were special ops fighters from the “Egoz” “Maglan,” and “Duvdevan” units, assault helicopter squadrons, transport helicopter squadrons, drone squadrons, one simulated enemy flight squadron, and the Special Rescue Tactical Unit (Battalion 669).

IDF tests new rocket propulsion system
Israel conducted an experimental test of its rocket propulsion system from a military base located in the center of Israel on Friday, the Defense Ministry said. Images shared on social media showed a projectile streaking through the sky. The launching, conducted in the early morning hours, was planned in advance and carried out as planned.

New South Wales bushfires: ‘Mega blaze’ warning near Sydney
About 100 bushfires are raging in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), with the most severe forming into a “mega blaze” north of Sydney. More than 2,000 firefighters are battling bushfires, which escalated in intensity late on Thursday. Footage of one blaze on the southern fringe of the city showed firefighters fleeing as flames surged forward.

Iran developing nuclear-capable missiles, European powers warn UN
Three European powers have warned the UN that Iran is developing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles in violation of a Security Council resolution. A letter sent by the UK, France and Germany says Iran tested a Shahab-3 missile variant “equipped with a manoeuvrable re-entry vehicle” that could deliver a nuclear weapon.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro ‘can override location settings’
Apple’s flagship iPhone 11 Pro tracks users’ locations even when they have set it not to, a security researcher has discovered. Brian Krebs found that the phone collects data about a user’s position even if location sharing has been turned off in every individual app. However, the user could avoid being tracked if the entire system was set to never share location.

Israeli military says Hezbollah undeterred despite recent setbacks
A year after uncovering a network of cross-border Hezbollah tunnels, the Israeli military says the Lebanese militant group has beefed up its presence along the volatile frontier. Military officials say that neither the destruction of the tunnels, nor Hezbollah’s recent domestic problems, have weakened the group’s desire to prepare for renewed conflict with Israel.

OPEC nations, Russia look to cut oil output to lift prices
The countries of the OPEC oil-producing cartel and ally Russia were attempting…to finalize a deal to cut production in an attempt to support the price of fuel and energy around the world. The group is expected to prolong a cut of 1.2 million barrels per day that they have agreed on for the past three years. They are also discussing an extra cut worth 500,000 barrels a day…

2.8 million affected, more than 280 killed in heavy rains caused by exceptionally strong Indian Ocean Dipole, Eastern Africa
At least 280 people have died and over 2.8 million others have been affected by the unusually heavy rains, landslides, and severe flooding across Eastern Africa, the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported on Thursday, December 5, 2019. The extreme weather conditions are driven by exceptionally strong Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD).

At least 38 killed after series of landslides hit Cibitoke, NW Burundi
Officials in NW Burundi confirmed on Thursday, December 5, 2019, that at least 38 people died after heavy rains caused landslides in the country’s Cibitoke province on December 4.

At least 47 dead or missing after new wave of landslides hit Uganda
7 people are confirmed dead and more than 40 others are missing after a new wave of landslides hit Ugandaon December 3, 2019. Locals said at least 47 people were buried in Namasa and Naposhi villages in Bushika Sub-county, Naroko village in Bunabutiti sub-county, Bududa District and Bunagisa village in Zesui sub-county in Sironko district.

Typhoon “Kammuri” breaks coldest cloud-top temperature record
Typhoon “Kammuri” (Tisoy) — the strongest typhoon to hit the Philippines this year– has produced the coldest cloud-top temperature on record and may have gained a distinctive place in the history of tropical cyclones,

Huge boulders crash on houses in Les Mees, France
Huge blocks of rock fell on several houses in Les Mees village in the Alpes de Haute Province, France, on Monday, December 2, 2019. Firefighters were calling it a “miracle” that no one sustained serious injuries; instead, the event left an impressive view.

California Farmer Fights Government Claim That Dirt Is a Pollutant
No one told Jack LaPant that he could be in violation of the Clean Water Act for farming his own land.

Twitter Changes Terms of Service to Allow Pedophile Content, Including NAKED Children
“Artistic depictions of nude minors in a non-sexualized context or setting may be permitted in a limited number of scenarios e.g., works by internationally renowned artists that feature minors,” states Twitter’s new rule.

End Times Deceiver Kanye West Will Be The Main Event When False Teacher Joel Osteen Comes To Yankee Stadium For ‘Night Of Hope’ 2020 Spectacular In May
Well, we told you this was coming when we first started reporting on the the Kanye West deception back in October. We told you that a partnership with Joel Osteen was just a beginning, and that soon you would be seeing Kanye West and his phony ‘Sunday Service’ popping up everywhere.

Baltimore Mayor Tells WBAL TV That Females Are Abudcted by White Vans for Organ Extraction
Baltimore Mayor Tells WBAL TV That Females Are Abudcted by White Vans for Organ Extraction

LA County introduces electronic voting system to silently rig all future elections in favor of Democrats
As the 2020 elections approach and it becomes more evident that President Donald Trump will be reelected, Democrats are working to solidify their current political strongholds as though they are in any danger of losing them in the first place.