Monster February Snowfall Buries parts of Norway — Totals Surpass 2 Meters (7 Feet) in many Regions
While AGW-propaganda rags continue to cherry-pick the few Norwegian regions experiencing a rather snow-less Feb, 2020 — the reality in the Scandinavian nation is that the average is well-up, with some parts actually suffering their highest snowfall totals for 15+ years.
Deep state goes silent on records mentioning Ciaramella
Two major federal agencies have refused to answer questions from a government watchdog about what records they have, or don’t have, about CIA employee Eric Ciaramella.
Mexican cartels recruit Arizona children as young as 12 to smuggle drugs
NOGALES, Ariz.– An alarming trend is spreading along the U.S. and Mexico border — cartels are hiring American children as young as 12 years old to smuggle drugs and weapons. “It’s a problem, we know it’s there,” said Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent Alan Regalado. “We’re trying to mitigate that issue through education and prevention.”
Christian U.S Congressmen Calls for Change in Temple Mount Status So Jews Can Pray There Freely
As a constitutional lawyer I defended religious expression in federal courts for 20 years and to see that you don’t have freedom of expression if you are a Jew or a Christian on the Temple Mount, which is arguably the holiest site in the whole world. It is a remarkable thing to observe and a sad thing to observe. I hope that can change.”
“It Looks Like A Zombie Apocalypse”: City Streets Deserted Amid Surge In Korean COVID-19 Cases
As the South Korean government debates whether to raise the alert level, the mayor of Daegu has asked all of the city’s residents to avoid venturing outside as the government tracks down, tests and quarantines all the members of a church where an infected woman is believed to have spread the virus to more than 40 people. As a result, the usually bustling streets of Daegu have suddenly gone quiet: Residents who spoke to Reuters described empty streets in the city center, deserted storefronts and a pervasive “climate of fear”.
Shocking Spike In COVID-19 Cases Puts Beijing On High Alert; Officials Weigh “Wuhan-Level” Lockdown
Iran confirms 5 cases of COVID-19. Japanese officials defend their handling of ‘Diamond Princess’ quarantine. Beijing tightens lockdown after dozens more cases reported. As outbreak ex-China accelerates, WHO warns case #s “won’t stay low for long.”. Hong Kongers evacuated from ‘Diamond Princess’ after Japanese government confirms 2 deaths. Researchers confirm COVID-19 more contagious than SARS and MERS.
Compared To SARS, This New Coronavirus “Is Up To 20 Times More Likely To Bind To Human Cell Receptors”
The more scientists study this new coronavirus, the more alarming it becomes. When this outbreak first emerged, officials told us that it was very unlikely that it could be transmitted from human to human. When that was shown to be obviously wrong, officials started claiming that human to human transmission would be “limited” like we saw during the SARS epidemic. Of course that was completely wrong too, and now we know that this new coronavirus actually spreads like wildfire among human populations, …
Brutal Deep State War Inside US Government, Trump Frustrated About Unprosecuted Deep State Crimes
There is a brutal war going on within the government, and ruthless stuff going on in terms of actions. . . . The one investigation I think is going to happen, and then one investigation that will lead to indictments, is the investigation into Hunter Biden and his role in Ukraine and not just Ukraine, …
Global Crop Failures Continue: In Australia This Is Going To Be The WORST HARVEST Ever Recorded
Global food production is being hit from seemingly every side. Thanks to absolutely crazy weather patterns, giant locust armies in Africa and the Middle East, and an unprecedented outbreak of African Swine Fever in China, a lot less food is being produced around the world than originally anticipated.
The rise of Trump’s new pro-Israel and anti-Iran intel director – analysis
US President Donald Trump’s Wednesday appointment of Richard Grenell, the American ambassador to Germany, to acting director of national intelligence should not ambush foreign policy specialists. Grenell’s meteoric rise within the US government was based on high-intensity diligence, tough diplomacy and a rapid –fire analytical assimilation of vast amounts of data to bring about brilliant policy-making changes.
Belgian carnival to double down on antisemitic displays
The annual carnival in Aalst, Belgium, is expected to take place on Sunday with even more antisemitic elements than in previous years.
Aalst’s organizers have sold hundreds of “rabbi kits” for revelers to dress as hassidic Jews in the carnival’s parade. The kit includes oversized noses, sidelocks (peyot) and black hats.
UK says Russia’s GRU behind massive Georgia cyber-attack
A huge cyber-attack which knocked out more than 2,000 websites in the country of Georgia last year was carried out by Russia, according to Georgia, the UK and the US. The UK government says that the GRU (Russian military intelligence) was behind the “attempt to undermine Georgia’s sovereignty”. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab described it as “totally unacceptable”.
Data breach hits agency overseeing White House communications
The US agency in charge of secure communication for the White House has been the victim of a cyber-attack. The US Department of Defence confirmed that computer systems controlled by the Defence Information Systems Agency (DISA) had been hacked, exposing the personal data of about 200,000 people. The agency oversees military communications including calls for US President Donald Trump.
Vietnam reports supply chain issues from virus, says may hit Samsung output
Vietnam’s manufacturing sector is suffering supply chain problems caused by the coronavirus epidemic, which may delay production of Samsung Electronics’ new phones, the Ministry of Industry and Trade told Reuters on Friday. “Car, electronics and phone manufacturers are experiencing difficulty in acquiring supplies and materials due to disruptions from the virus,” the ministry said in an emailed statement.
South Korean Coronavirus Cases Explode After “Super Spreader” Event
South Korea is emerging as the biggest coronavirus supercluster outside of China.
Locust infestation could cause next famine in Africa, evangelical charity warns
A historic desert locust infestation in East Africa could cause the next major famine as people in the region are already struggling with hunger after droughts were followed by cyclone flooding, one of the world’s leading evangelical charities has warned.
Wisconsin school district sued by parents over policy allowing children to use new gender pronouns, names
A group of Wisconsin parents is suing the Madison School District, claiming it violated their due process rights by sidestepping them in supporting the students’ decision to change names and gender pronouns if they want to.
Boy Scouts bankruptcy: BSA proposes 80 day window for sex abuse claims
Stealthily, in thousands of pages of documents filed in the dark of night, the Boy Scouts of America has planted the first seeds for a bankruptcy that is expected to grow into a dramatic and expansive fight.
Mumps: Northern Ireland cases 700% rise down to vaccine cycle
A 700% rise in cases of mumps in Northern Ireland is partly due to the vaccine becoming less effective over time, the Public Health Agency has said.
Pennsylvania Roman Catholic diocese files for bankruptcy after $12M in sex-abuse settlements
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, months after admitting it paid more than $12 million to victims sexually abused by their clerics as children.
The ACLJ Files Major Amicus Brief at the Supreme Court to Protect the Rights of Churches and Religious Schools
This week, the ACLJ filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court, urging the Court to reverse two decisions from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that severely diminished the religious liberty of churches and religious schools.
Coronavirus infections, deaths and “community outbreaks” EXPLODE outside China; CDC warns travelers about “community spread” in six nations as infections skyrocket in Korea
Remember when China first dropped a quarantine on Wuhan and the entire mainstream media told us the coronavirus infections would start to drop off beginning Feb. 8th? Now, nearly two weeks later, coronavirus infections are exploding outside of China, with non-China cases exceeding 1,000 and growing by the day.
Don’t be fooled by Bernie Sanders — he’s a diehard communist
As polls tighten and self-described socialist Bernie Sanders looks more like a serious contender than a novelty candidate for president, the liberal media elite have suddenly stopped calling him socialist. He’s now cleaned up as a “progressive” or “pragmatist.” But he’s not even a socialist. He’s a communist.
America’s Youth Are Being Rocked By Acute Liver Disease Related To Alcohol Consumption, And It’s Also Affecting Lukewarm Christians Who Know Better
Those of you who have read my testimony of salvation know that when I got saved I was struggling with alcohol and attending AA meetings. Those of you who know me on a personal level know that the struggle to stay sober continued even after getting saved. I know how hard it is to get off of America’s favorite legal drug, alcohol, which is really nothing more than liquid opiates.
Florida: 17-year-old boy converts to Islam, slits throat of 13-year-old, killing him for mocking his new religion
The family of the victim is suing Publix for selling Corey Johnson the knife, violating a Florida law that prohibits the sale of knives to anyone under age 18. That’s all well and good, but how many people even know that this incident happened at all? The murder of Jovanni Alexander Sierra should have been the occasion for a national discussion about the phenomenon of converts to Islam becoming violent, which keeps happening, and what should be done about it. Instead, the whole thing was swept under the rug, as always.
Is China Secretly Shipping Nuclear Arms To Pakistan?
In December last year, two military-grade aircraft launching gears meant for the ‘Royal Saudi Land Forces’ illegally landed at a private port in Kutch district of Gujarat through Pakistan, sending security forces into a tizzy…