16 Jan 2020

Northam Declares State Of Emergency In Virginia Because “Armed Militia Groups Plan To Storm The Capitol”
The rally had been planned as an open carry event and the turnout is expected to be massive.
When you push a population to the brink, threatening them with gun confiscation at the hands of the National Guard and telling them that their lawful actions of rebellion are meaningless, you have to expect that population to push back. Particularly a rural, gun-loving population that makes up most of the counties in Virginia.

Trump, Chinese leader sign ‘phase one’ trade deal in 1st step to end conflict
Trump welcomed Beijing’s delegation, led by Vice Premier Liu He, for the signing ceremony in the East Room of the White House. The “phase one” agreement loosens some U.S. tariffs against China and secures new purchases of American-made items for Beijing.

Pressure Increases on Imperiled Mississippi Dam as Lake Rises Overnight
Water in Mississippi’s Oktibbeha County Lake rose at least a foot from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning, putting more pressure on a dam that officials warn is in danger of collapsing. Saying the failure of the dam was imminent, emergency management officials on Tuesday urged nearby residents to evacuate. County officials said Wednesday morning that mandatory evacuations could be issued if conditions continue to worsen, according to the Starkville Daily News.

Democrats refuse to condemn Iran’s shootdown of passenger jet
House Democrats refused Tuesday to formally support anti-government protesters in Iran and to condemn the Islamic regime’s shootdown of a Ukrainian jetliner that killed 176 people. “What a disappointment — Democrats just blocked a vote on a resolution supporting the Iranian protesters,” McCarthy wrote on Twitter.

Putin engineers shakeup that could keep him in power longer
Putin engineered a surprise shakeup of Russia’s leadership Wednesday, proposing changes to the constitution that could keep him in power well past the end of his term in 2024.

Iran’s secret underground ‘missile city’ unveiled
The IRGC has claimed for the past six years that it has built three underground “missile cities,” showing tunnels packed with solid-fuel rockets, as well as mid-range ballistic missiles.

Palestinian Authority ‘deeply concerned’ over Israel-Hamas truce deal
Palestinian officials in Ramallah have expressed deep concern over reports that Israel and Hamas are close to reaching a long-term ceasefire agreement in the Gaza Strip. The officials warned that Hamas was not authorized to conduct negotiations with Israel or any other party, particularly regarding the situation in the Gaza Strip.

IDF attacks Hamas targets in Gaza in response to rocket fire
Israeli Air Force jets attacked Hamas targets in the northern Strip, including a site for weapons production and a military compound, the spokesperson confirmed. The IDF said in a statement, “The Hamas terror organization is responsible for what is happening in and out of the Gaza Strip and it will have consequences for actions against Israeli citizens.”

Sanders Campaign Manager Caught Revealing Plan to Reeducate Trump Supporters Like Germany did with Nazis
Kyle Jurek, the field organizer of Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders, was caught on a hot mike revealing some of his team’s more sinister future plans. Among them was the threat to “burn” Milwaukee as well as other US cities if President Trump gets reelected. Jurek exposed a plan to “re-educate” Trump supporters the same way Germany did to Nazis following the war,… Jurek then explained that the re-education program was part of Sanders’ free education plan saying: “That’s kind of what all Bernie’s whole f–king like – hey, free education!”

Israel: Iran to Go Full Nuclear by December
IDF intelligence reported that Iran will have enough uranium for a nuclear warhead by the end of year but President Trump is leading a multinational effort to prevent this from happening.

2010-2019: A Landmark Decade of U.S. Billion-Dollar Weather and Climate Disasters
During 2019, the U.S. experienced a very active year of weather and climate disasters. In total, the U.S. was impacted by 14 separate billion-dollar disasters including: 3 major inland floods, 8 severe storms, 2 tropical cyclones (Dorian and Imelda), and 1 wildfire event. 2019 also marks the fifth consecutive year (2015-19) in which 10 or more separate billion-dollar disaster events have impacted the U.S.

Israeli Air Force inaugurates second F-35 squadron
The Israeli Air Force’s second squadron of F-35i ‘Adir’ stealth fighter jets will be officially inaugurated on Thursday at Nevatim air base in the country’s south. The ceremony will be attended by senior IAF commanders including IAF Commander Maj.-Gen. Amikam Norkin as well as officials from Lockheed Martin.

Former Iranian Crown Prince: We are beginning to see end of the regime
The “beginning of the end” of the Iranian regime has started, former Crown Prince of Iran Reza Pahlavi said Wednesday in a conversation at the Hudson Institute in Washington with senior fellow Mike Doran. Pahlavi stated that the recent protests in Iran are different than previous demonstrations.

Palestinian Authority ‘deeply concerned’ over Israel-Hamas truce deal
Palestinian officials in Ramallah have expressed deep concern over reports that Israel and Hamas are close to reaching a long-term ceasefire agreement in the Gaza Strip. The officials warned that Hamas was not authorized to conduct negotiations with Israel or any other party, particularly regarding the situation in the Gaza Strip.

US and China sign deal to ease trade war
The US and China have signed an agreement aimed at easing a trade war that has rattled markets and weighed on the global economy. Speaking in Washington, US President Donald Trump said the pact would be “transformative” for the US economy. Chinese leaders called it a “win-win” deal that would help foster better relations between the two countries.

Germany agrees plan to phase out coal power by 2038
The German government and regional leaders have agreed on a plan to phase out coal-fired power stations by 2038, involving compensation of about €40bn (£34bn; $45bn). The end date for burning brown coal (lignite) – the dirtiest type of coal – could be brought forward to 2035, depending on the progress made. Germany has more than 250,000 workers in renewable energy sectors – far more than in the coal industry.

Syria war: Air strikes kill 18 in Idlib city despite truce
At least 18 civilians are reported to have died in air strikes that hit a market and an industrial zone in the Syrian rebel-held city of Idlib. A monitoring group said Russian and Syrian government planes carried out the attacks. The air strikes happened despite a ceasefire brokered earlier this month by Russia and Turkey.

Video shows man hanging large swastika in subway station
The NYPD released security camera video footage showing a man plastering a swastika on an elevator inside a subway station on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The video shows the man fashioning the swastika out of MTA service advisory flyers at the 96 Street Station for the Nos. 1, 2, and 3 lines at about 6:20 a.m. on Dec. 31, 2019, police said.

Israel concerned over renewed violence on the Gaza border
Gaza factions are seeking to increase cross-border violence, as negotiations for a long-term understanding with Israel stall – a Hamas affiliated Gaza media outlet reported on Thursday. The report emerges only a day after a salvo of four rockets was fired from the Gaza Strip at Israeli communities and an incendiary balloon was also sent across the border.

Jordan’s king warns of Israeli annexation, ‘untold chaos’ of possible U.S.-Iran war
Jordan’s King Abdullah II warned…if Israel succeeds in imposing “an unthinkable solution” by annexing parts of the West Bank, hopes for a two-state solution and Palestinian state would quickly come to an end…Abdullah added Israel’s construction of settlements in the West Bank…could be summed up as “one state turning its back on its neighborhood, perpetuating divisions among peoples and faiths worldwide.”

Israel creates seven ‘nature reserves’ in occupied West Bank
Israel’s defence minister has announced the creation of seven nature reserves in the occupied West Bank as part of efforts to maintain Israeli control of the area, saying the move would strengthen Israel and further develop Jewish settlements. The sites are all located in what is known as Area C of the West Bank that includes the strategic Jordan Valley…

Powerful new winter storm to slam Pacific Northwest, move toward Plains and Midwest, U.S.
A powerful winter storm with areas of heavy snow and ice will cross the Pacific Northwest tonight, January 15 into 16, 2020 and drive east across the Plains and Midwest by the end of the week, NWS warns.

Major floods hit Iran after a year’s worth of rain in 3 days, at least 3 dead and over 20 000 homeless
Days of torrential rain in Iran have led to major floods, resulting in at least three fatalities, official media confirmed on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. Thousands of establishments were damaged, hundreds of villages were cut off, and more than 20 000 residents left homeless. The amount of rain registered in a three-day period in Sistan and Baluchestan Province alone was equivalent to one-year average rainfall in the region.

IDF Attacking Terrorist Targets In Gaza Strip After Hamas Launches Incendiary Balloons And Fires 4 Rockets Into Southern City Of Sderot In Israel
Another Wednesday, another rocket attack from Hamas against Israel, and another blistering response by the IDF against the Palestinian terror group.

BOMBSHELL: WHO Chief Scientist caught on video overtly contradicting public propaganda videos that falsely claim vaccines work “without risks”
…in a leaked W.H.O. vaccine summit video that has now gone public, she frets about vaccine safety, saying, “we really don’t have very good safety monitoring systems” and, “[we] learned about adverse events only after the drug’s been licensed and introduced into the population. So I think that risk is always there…”

NYET! The Entire Russian Government Resigns After President Putin In ‘State Of The Nation’ Address Proposed Changing Russia’s Constitution
In a stunning display of unlimited power over the nation he controls, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has conspired together with Prime Minister Dimitry Medvedev to successfully collapse the entire government of Russia, and now set out to completely remake  it. Under the guise of “benefits to the people”, Putin is consolidating his power base so that, like Castro in Cuba, he will reign for many decades to come.

New Poll Shows That 47% Of Young Democrats Prefer Other Countries To United States As Democratic Leadership Says America Was Never Great
This year’s election is not about Donald Trump, it’s really not. It is about forces within America, the Democrats, that are openly and vocally opposed to the very principles that our founding fathers created this nation on. When 47% of Democrats under the age of 30 say that they prefer other countries to our own, what does that tell you about the type of leadership they want to see in power? It tells you that Socialism and Communism are lurking outside the door like the wolves that they are, and if given the chance, they will bite and devour the United States until there is nothing left.

Federal Agencies and the People Are Preparing to Go to War With Itself
We know that FEMA is buying massive assault rifles from China. Why is FEMA buying these guns? Who will be the targets. Certainly, this is a domestic operation. Therefore, the easy answer is that Americans will be targeted. Which ones? That is the $64 million dollar question.

Virginia Declares State of Emergency, Gov. Says Armed Militias Threatened to Storm the Capitol
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency and is banning firearms and other weapons on the state capitol grounds ahead of a gun-rights demonstration next week.

News Anchors Quit Iran’s State TV: ‘Forgive Me for the Lies I Told You’
News anchors on Iran’s state-controlled TV have reportedly quit their jobs saying they can no longer lie for the Iranian regime.

“It’s The ‘Bill Clinton’ Of Cities”: Traveling Bankers Stunned By San Francisco’s Squalor
“It gets worse and worse in terms of concentration and cost. It’s outrageous.”