Researchers Find 61.5% Of Coronavirus Patients With Severe Pneumonia Won’t Survive
According to a study published in the Lancet on Friday, patients who are especially vulnerable to severe COVID-19 infections – a group that includes the very old, very young and those with co-occurring conditions – die at a higher rate from COVID-19 than they did from SARS and MERS.
Jordanian MP: ‘I Dare any Lawyer, Engineer or Doctor to say Hello to a Jew!’
Jordan’s trade unions, said Saud, were “very strict when it comes to normalization. I dare any lawyer, engineer, or doctor to say hello to a Jew. This is something that we reject completely.”
COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak, Cases, Deaths, & Recovered
The charts above are updated after the close of the day in GMT+0. Latest data is provisional, pending delayed reporting and adjustments from China’s NHC.
Deadly Wave of Earthquakes Hits Enemies of Israel: Iran and Turkey
A Magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck the Turkey-Iran border region early Sunday morning at a very shallow depth of 3 miles and affected at least 43 villages in Turkey and in Iran. At least eight people were killed and 37 more injured, nine of them are in critical condition. Four of the dead were children. Many more are believed to be still buried under an estimated 1,066 collapsed buildings.
Netanyahu Heads to Abraham’s Tomb to Ask God for Israel’s Salvation
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Cave of the Patriarchs on Sunday with his wife, Sara, and several of his ministers. They took the opportunity to recite Psalms and to pray for the sake of the State of Israel.
TSA bans employees from using TikTok
In an attempt to assuage lawmaker concerns over the security of the app, TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, announced that it was seeking to hire an American CEO based in Washington, DC. The company is also looking to hire a DC-based director of content moderation policy,
Recovered Coronavirus Patients Who Have Traces of COVID-19 in Their Bodies Could Infect Others, Doctor Warns
Traces of COVID-19—the new coronavirus that has been diagnosed in tens of thousands of people—have been detected in recovered patients, leading a Chinese expert to raise concerns they could still be contagious even after their symptoms have passed. “This is dangerous. Where do you put these patients? You can’t send them home because they might infect others, but you can’t put them in hospital as resources are stretched,” SCMP quotes him as saying.
Hysteria over coronavirus in Italy is reminiscent of the black death
The largest European outbreak of coronavirus is now in Italy, where it has infected more than 150 people, and killed six. In response, the government has quarantined 11 towns, shuttered schools, called off football games, and advised citizens to avoid leaving home altogether. Frantic citizens preparing for the worst have emptied grocery stores. Alarm over the disease is fueling hysteria and discrimination. A panicked search for the so-called patient zero—the first to bring the virus into the country—is being described by the Italian media as a “hunt.”
AI system discovers powerful new antibiotic to tackle superbugs
“We wanted to develop a platform that would allow us to harness the power of artificial intelligence to usher in a new age of antibiotic drug discovery,” says James Collins, senior author of the study. “Our approach revealed this amazing molecule which is arguably one of the more powerful antibiotics that has been discovered.” The molecule in question has been named halicin, after the AI system HAL from 2001: A Space Odyssey. No doubt it’s a tip of the hat to the method used to discover the new drug, but we can’t help but feel that it sounds oddly ominous.
Report claims two-thirds of global coronavirus cases have gone undetected
A new report from a WHO infectious disease modeling team based at Imperial College London is estimating about two-thirds of Covid-19 cases worldwide have gone undetected. The analysis suggests the global spread of the novel coronavirus is significantly greater than the current volume of confirmed cases.
Is AOC About To Lose Her Job?
The fact that Nancy Pelosi and her fellow establishment Dems aren’t too fond of AOC and her ‘squad’ of female leftist ideologues is hardly news. And now that AOC has launched the first Democratic Socialist Super PAC (whoever thought we’d be writing such a sentence five years ago?) to back ‘progressive’ primary candidates, oftentimes against candidates backed by the DNC, including several longtime lawmakers.
‘What Coverup?’: WHO Refuses To Acknowledge China’s Early Censorship Of Outbreak
For the most part, the WHO briefing on its visit was everything we feared it would be: Nothing revelatory, just long, boring droning and lukewarm praise about China’s response to the outbreak, without once mentioning any kind of coverup. One reporter apparently felt empowered to challenge the Chinese censors and ask about the cover-up, to which the WHO responded: ‘What coverup?’
As terrorists fire 80+ rockets at Israel, Sen. Bernie Sanders says he’s boycotting AIPAC conference, will cut military aid to Israel, will give the money to Hamas in Gaza.
More than 80 rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza since Sunday morning — there has also been a spike in terror attacks in Jerusalem this month — including an attack that wounded 14 Israelis, one critically…
Globalists Look To Exploit Coronavirus In Push For Global Government
Once you understand the globalist mindset, almost everything they do becomes rather robotic and predictable. It should not be surprising that the World Health Organization (WHO), a branch of the United Nations, has been so aggressive in cheerleading for the Chinese government and its response to the coronavirus outbreak. After all, China’s communist surveillance state model is a beta test for the type of centralization that the UN wants for the entire planet. They certainly aren’t going to point out that it was China’s totalitarian system that allowed the outbreak to spread from the very beginning.
Erdogan Gives “Final Warning” Before Launching Gog-Magog War Against “Edom” Russia
After failed talks with Russian officials over the intensifying military conflict in Syria, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyib Erdogan issued his “final warnings” to Moscow. “We are making our final warnings,” Erdogan said on Wednesday. “We did not reach the desired results in our talks (with Russia) . . . . A (Turkish) offensive in Idlib is only a matter of time.” “Erdogan’s aggression towards mega-power Russia is, on its face, illogical,” Rabbi Winston said. “Everything is from Hashem (God, literally, ‘the name’) but when world leaders begin to act illogically, that is Hashem playing an even larger direct role in events.”
Biblical Hasmonean Site Taken Over by PA
Shomrim Al Hanetzach, an Israeli group dedicated to protecting antiquities, recently discovered that Tel Aruma, the northernmost fortress of the Jewish state during the Hasmonean period, had been taken over by the Palestinian Authority and artifacts were being systematically destroyed.
Ceasefire with Gaza maintained so far, but for how long?
All the roads around the Gaza border were opened on Tuesday after more than 50 rockets were fired by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) at Israel in the past two days, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit reported. The PIJ announced a unilateral ceasefire starting at 11 p.m. on Monday night, and after the calm was maintained, the routes were opened on Tuesday morning, and the train line from Ashkelon began operating.
Belgian city of Aalst says anti-Semitic parade ‘just fun’
A Belgian city has defended as “just fun” a carnival featuring caricatures of Orthodox Jews wearing huge fur hats, long fake noses and ant costumes. Israel, Jewish groups and Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès were among many who strongly condemned the costumes in Sunday’s parade in Aalst. Some critics said likening Jews to ants was similar to Nazi anti-Semitism, which persecuted Jews as “vermin”.
Pentagon Adopts New Ethical Principles for Using AI in War
The Pentagon is adopting new ethical principles as it prepares to accelerate its use of artificial intelligence technology on the battlefield. The new principles call for people to “exercise appropriate levels of judgment and care” when deploying and using AI systems, such as those that scan aerial imagery to look for targets.
Inside the fight over FBI surveillance powers
Over the past year, President Trump has told senior administration officials, including Attorney General Bill Barr, that he wants a major overhaul of national security surveillance powers and the secret court that approves them…In one such discussion…Trump went so far as to say he’d rather get rid of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) altogether.
Inside Delhi’s night of horror
Several people have died and dozens were injured after fresh protests over a controversial new citizenship law turned violent in the Indian capital, Delhi. Vehicles and buildings were also targeted in the clashes in three Muslim-majority neighbourhoods in the north-east of the city. The clashes have seen protesters firmly split along religious lines, with both sides blaming each other for starting the violence.
Gun control legislation advances in Virginia’s legislature
Seven of eight gun control measures being pushed by Virginia’s Democratic Governor Ralph Northam made it out of a state Senate committee on Monday… Northam vowed to push through new gun control laws and backed a package of eight bills…universal background checks, a “red flag” law, restrictions on gun ownership for those convicted of domestic abuse and a limit of handgun sales to one per month for an individual.
UN calls for ‘two state’ solution to be respected in Middle East
The UN Security Council made a rare show of unity Monday when it called on all parties to maintain their support for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict. “Council Members reiterated their support for a negotiated two-state solution … where two democratic states, Israel and Palestine, live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders,” said a statement released by Belgium…
IDF strikes Palestinian Islamic Jihad targets in Gaza, Syria
The IDF struck numerous targets belonging to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terror group in Syria and throughout the Gaza Strip following rocket fire towards southern Israel…Israeli Air Force fighter jets struck PIJ targets south of the capital of Damascus, including a compound which was “used as a hub of Islamic Jihad’s activity in Syria” as well as dozens of terror targets belonging to the group across in the Strip.
Palestinian Islamic Jihad bombards South after clash near Gaza border
The IDF began attacking terror targets in the Gaza Strip in response to over 21 rockets were fired towards southern Israel communities on Sunday in several rocket barrages after Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) threatened to avenge the death of a terrorist by the IDF after he tried to plant explosives along the Gaza border fence.
Massive sandstorm hits Canary Islands, authorities describe it as the worst in 40 years
A massive sandstorm with winds up to 120 km/h (75 mph) hit the Canary Islands over the weekend and continued into Monday, February 24, 2020. The storm caused severe disruptions and exacerbated wildfires which forced about 2 000 residents to evacuate. The regional president called it the worst storm to hit the islands in 40 years.
Violent mudflows and raging flash floods hit southern Peru
Non-stop intense downpour has triggered violent mudflows and raging flash floods across Peru’s southern region, bringing the death toll to nine as of Monday, February 24, 2020. Red warnings for heavy rains, thunderstorms, and strong winds were issued for central regions in the country’s south as the severe weather is expected to persist from February 25.
Tropical Cyclone “Esther” hits northern Australia, another storm intensifies off WA coast
Tropical Cyclone “Esther” made landfall near the border of Northern Territory and Queensland as a Category 1 system on Monday, February 24, 2020. The storm had sustained winds near the core of 60 km/h (37 mph) with gusts to 95 km/h (59 mph), moving west at 14 km/h (9 mph). According to a bulletin issued by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) at 09:28 UTC, the storm has now weakened into a tropical low while another tropical cyclone was seen strengthening off the coast of Western Australia.
Australia spy chief warns of unprecedented foreign espionage threat
Australia is under an “unprecedented” threat of foreign espionage and interference, one of the country’s most senior spy chiefs said in a rare speech, citing the case of a “sleeper agent” who spent years building business links.
Washington State releases hundreds of people from “public health supervision” over the coronavirus; tests NONE of them for the virus
This tells you everything you need to know about how U.S. states plan to handle the coronavirus outbreak: Refrain from testing anyone and then report “zero community outbreaks.”
SPOILER ALERT: New Pixar Movie ‘Onward’ Launching On March 6th Introduces First-Ever LGBTQ+ Disney Character With Promise Of Many More
Remember when a production by Disney meant high-quality wholesome family entertainment? Wow, you must be pretty old because it’s been a long time since anything from Disney could be considered wholesome. To that point, their new movie ‘Onward’ due out in just 2 weeks on March 6, and it will feature the first-ever LGBTQ+ Disney character. Her name is Officer Specter, she has a girlfriend, and Disney Pixar is excited to get your children thinking in that direction.
The Vatican Announces It Will Open Its Archive On Pope Pius XII Who Allowed Nazi Germany To Kill Millions Of Jews And Did Nothing To Stop It
Aren’t you glad that, as a regular reader of NTEB, you know the truth well in advance of the mainstream media who may or may not decide to give it to you? We told you last year how Pope Pius XII worked to enable Adolf Hitler to carry out his demonic plan to kill the entire race of Jews in Europe
NASA Cameras At The International Space Station Film UFO That Follows Them For Over 20 Minutes In Astonishing Video They Cannot Explain
We showed you all last year how the UFO went mainstream with NASA and other government agencies no longer trying to hide them or cover them up. Now comes a video taken by NASA at the International Space Station tracking an obvious UFO for over 20 minutes before it takes off and out of sight.
Fighter Tyson Fury Stuns Crowd At WBC Heavyweight Boxing Championship Saturday By Licking Blood Off Deontay Wilder Like An Animal In Heat
Organized professional sports in America in the 21st century bear little resemblance to their original roots as games of skill, honor and respect. To see what I mean, just go to YouTube and watch some basketball or baseball games from the 1970’s, they all look like skinny children running around. Nothing like the overly-muscled, PED-fueledcartoon creatures they look like today.
Watch False Teacher And End Times Heretic Heidi Baker Imparting Demons And Casting Spells At Bethel Church In Redding California
Heidi Baker is a rising star in the Prosperity Movement, and she is connected with Bethel Church in Redding, California. She has a global ministry that takes in millions and millions of dollars every year and like most Prosperity Gospel performers, she lives the good life.
Fairview Developmental Center near Los Angeles, where US govt. tried to house up to 50 infected coronavirus patients, has zero isolation rooms, no viral containment facilities and no training for BSL-4 biohazards
The Fairview Development Center in Costa Mesa, California, where the US government just tried to quietly house 35-50 infected coronavirus patients, is a state-run facility for the mentally disabled, with a “shadow staff” of 200 people but only six patients according to official records.
China’s economy continues to collapse as domestic car sales plunge a whopping 92% on spread of Wuhan coronavirus
Chinese President Xi Jinping finally made a public statement about the rapid, uncontrolled spread of the Wuhan coronavirus over the weekend, and it wasn’t optimistic.