13 Jan 2020

Sanhedrin Meets With Representative of ‘Ten Lost Tribes’: Launches Efforts to Return them to Israel
In its effort to establish an Organization of 70 Nations, the Sanhedrin reached out to an ethnic group that represents the most likely candidate to be the actual descendants of the 10 tribes of Israel that were taken away in captivity in the eighth century BCE. The Pashtun, an Iranic ethnic group of 50 million Muslims refer to themselves as the “Bani Israel,” very similar phonetically to the Hebrew term for the “children of Israel,” Bnei Yisrael… the representative of the Pashtun signed the charter in which he agreed, as Pashtun, to join with the other nations in helping Israel to bring about the Third Temple.

Royal Heiress of Cambodia is Jewish and Just had her Bat Mitzvah
The Cambodian royal family celebrated its first Bat Mitzvah (coming of age party) last week. Elior Koroghli is the great-granddaughter of Sisowath Monivong who was the King of Cambodia from 1927 until his death in 1941. Elior is the daughter of Ray (Rahamim), a Persian Jew, and Susie (Sarah Bracha), the daughter of the Cambodian ambassador to the United States, who grew up in a Buddhist home (her father was a monk) but converted to Judaism.

England’s Ambassador to Iran Arrested in Tehran
According to reports from Tehran, Macaire was arrested for ‘organizing, provoking and directing radical actions’ at a protest outside Tehran’s Amir Kabir University. Thousands of protestors in the country’s capital took to the streets after it was revealed that the regime shot down a Ukrainian airliner.

Trump says he “couldn’t care less” if Iran agrees to negotiate
US President Donald Trump said Sunday he does not care if Iran agrees to negotiate with the United States after a senior adviser earlier suggested the Islamic Republic would have no choice but to agree to talks.

Volcano erupts on southwestern Japan island, no injuries reported
A volcano on a southwestern Japan island erupted Saturday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, with no immediate reports of injuries. Rocks were thrown about 300 meters from the crater of Mt. Shintake on Kuchinoerabu Island in Kagoshima Prefecture following the eruption around 3:05 p.m., the agency said, adding it had not confirmed any pyroclastic flow.

Australia Cyclone warning issued in WA as heavy rain batters Top End
A cyclone warning has been issued for Western Australia’s remote Kimberley region after more than half a metre of rain fell in some parts of Top End. Tropical Cyclone Claudia could produce hazardous winds with gusts up to 100km/h and heavy rainfall as it intensifies offshore on Sunday.

Taal volcano: Lava spews as ‘hazardous eruption’ feared
A volcano in the Philippines has begun spewing lava, as authorities warn that a “hazardous eruption” is possible “within hours or days”. In the early hours of Monday weak lava began flowing out of Taal volcano- located some 70km (45 miles) south of the capital Manila.

“In State Of Shock” – Former CIA Spook Warns Dems, Deep State “Getting Desperate” To Stop Trump
They want to get rid of Trump because for the first time in their careers, they can be prosecuted for what they have done. I think they are afraid of that, and that’s why John Brennan and others are coming out as mocking birds on CNN and MSNBC and constantly attacking the President.”

SPIKE anti-tank missiles now reach 2,000 meters
The Israeli defense company Rafael has expanded the range of its SPIKE SR (short range) precision guided anti-tank missile to 2000 meters. During a series of tests in the Negev Desert in southern Israel, the operators successfully hit targets located 2000 meters (6,561.6 feet) away, a range formerly covered only by heavier ATGM‘s.

Iranian protesters refuse to walk on US, Israeli flags
As anti-government protests swept Iran in the aftermath of the downing of a Ukrainian plane, students from Tehran avoided walking on massive American and Israel flags placed on the road in front of them. Videos circulated on social media showed Iranian students parting as they approached the large flags, taking pains to avoid stepping on them.

Egypt-Ethiopia row: The trouble over a giant Nile dam
The latest talks to resolve the dispute between Ethiopia and Egypt over the future of a giant hydropower project on the Nile River are due to resume in Washington later. Last year a deadline of 15 January was set to solve the long-standing impasse but the latest round of talks, last week, ended in deadlock.

Same-sex marriage now legal in Northern Ireland
Same-sex marriage is now legally recognised in Northern Ireland. From Monday, same-sex couples will be able to register to marry, meaning the first ceremonies will take place in February. For couples who are already married, their marriage will now be legally recognised in Northern Ireland.

China could flex military muscles to pressure Taiwan post-election
His policies rejected by Taiwan voters in a landslide re-election for President Tsai Ing-wen, Chinese President Xi Jinping will most likely continue to tighten the screws on the island, with state media already floating shows of force. China took center stage in the campaign after Xi sought in a major speech a year ago to get Taiwan to sign on to the same sort of “one country, two systems” model as Hong Kong.

Heads of Libya’s warring sides to hold talks in Russia
The leaders of Libya’s two warring sides have arrived in Moscow for talks, a day after a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey came into force. The development on Monday came amid suggestions that Fayez al-Sarraj, the chief of the internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA), and his rival, renegade commander Khalifa Haftar, may sign the ceasefire agreement in the Russian capital.

Hassan Nasrallah: Attacks on Iraqi bases just the start
The leader of…Hezbollah said Iran’s missile attacks on two Iraqi bases housing US troops was just the beginning of actions that would be taken in response to the US’s killing of a top Iranian general in a drone attack…Hassan Nasrallah called the attacks a “slap” to Washington, describing the attack as the “first step down a long path” that would ensure the withdrawal of US troops from the Middle East.

King Abdullah of Jordan warns Daesh on the rise again
King Abdullah of Jordan on Monday warned that the Daesh group was regrouping and was once again on the rise in the Middle East. Months after the ousting of Daesh last year from their last Syrian holdout, Abdullah said his “major concern is that we have seen over the past year the re-establishment and rise of Isis, not only in southern eastern Syria but also in western Iraq.

Here’s Why Trump Tipped Israel Off To Soleimani Strike: They Helped With Intel
Armed with a tip from informants at the airport, the CIA knew exactly when a jet carrying Soleimani took off en route to Baghdad. Intelligence from Israel helped confirm the details…

Boy Scout Organization is a Magnet for Tens of Thousands of Pedophiles, Lawsuit Claims
Lawyers for eight plaintiffs filed a lawsuit in federal court in Washington D.C. on Monday, demanding justice for victims of sexual abuse allegedly committed by leaders of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The lawsuit states that the organization failed to protect children who were entrusted to their adult scoutmasters and leaders. The eight plaintiffs are identified as John Does 1 through 8.

Virginia bill would allow the state to vaccinate children without parental consent
First it was gun control. Now it’s vaccine policy that the police state of Virginia is trying to manipulate so that minors can choose to get vaccinated or even obtain birth control without the knowledge or consent of their parents.

Health Ranger warned in 2017 that Obama was a “sleeper cell” committing treason with Iran
The explosive breakdown of diplomatic relations that occurred between the United States and Iran recently echoes back to what Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, warned about back in 2017 concerning Barack Obama’s secret collusion with this enemy state.

WikiHow goes insane with vaccine propaganda, teaches children how to “get vaccinated in secret” by scheming against “anti-vaxxer” parents who WikiHow warns might “abuse” their own children
The WikiHow website, a hub for how-to information, has joined the other evil tech giants by going all-in with vaccine propaganda that poses a very real danger to the health and safety of children.

“A Ridiculous Choice” – FISA Court Sparks Firestorm, Appoints Conflicted, Anti-Trump Attorney To Oversee FBI Fixes

“Trump has to go…”

Powerful eruption at Taal volcano, volcanic ash to 16.7 km (55 000 feet) a.s.l., Philippines
Taal volcano in the Philippines started erupting at 06:04 UTC on January 12, 2020, for the first time since 1977. The volcanic ash cloud is reaching up to 16.7 km (55 000 feet) above sea level, according to data provided by the Tokyo VAAC.

Major Arrests in Haiti Connected to Clinton Corruption?
It was recently reported that Haitian officials attempted to arrest one Dmitri Vorbe who was hiding out at the home of the widow of former Haitian President Preval:

The Iranian Timeline Proves Hassan Rouhani, Pelosi, Schiff, Putin & Ukrainian Arms Dealers Are On the Same Team
In 1967, the CIA, in response to extreme public skepticism over the Warren Report on the JFK assassination, the complicit and co-conspirator in the plot, the CIA concocted a plot to discredit all conspiracy theories for time immemorial.

12 Shot, 5 Fatally As Baltimore Murder Crisis Erupts In New Year
Please do yourself a favor this year and avoid traveling to Baltimore.