10 May 2020

Mutiny’: Pennsylvania Counties Reopen in Contravention of Governor Wolf’s Edicts
Two Pennsylvania counties, Lebanon and Dauphin, plan to reopen ahead of Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D) slow-paced schedule, which excluded them — among other counties, including Beaver County — from entering into the “yellow” phase of reopening” — an action some local outlets have described as a “mutiny.”

Something is not right when standing too close to someone is worthy of arrest, while high risk offenders are let out because it’s for the good of the public…
Thousands of prisoners have been released because of safety concerns, including high risk sex offenders. Now citizens are being arrested for cutting hair and violating social distancing policies. What the hell is going on here?

Huge Group of California Churches Announces Plan To Defy Governor Newsom’s Order
An evangelical church network in California will ignore Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive prohibitions this month, opening sanctuary doors for communal worship despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. According to Fox News, California Church United, representing roughly 3,000 churches and 2.5 million congregants statewide, announced Thursday that it will return to conducting in-person services by Pentecost on May 31 rather than await the third phase of planned societal reopening.

Three Gulf states seek partnership with Israel to fight coronavirus
Three Gulf states have reached out to Israel in recent weeks to receive information and assistance in the fight against the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19. The three make up half of the…Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Bahrain and another Gulf state reached out to Sheba Medical Center…and the United Arab Emirates’ ambassador to the United Nations said publicly that her government would be willing to work with Israel on a vaccine.

Rats infect humans with hepatitis, reason remains a mystery
An 11th man tested positive last week for a rat strain of hepatitis E since it was found in 2018 that rats are able to infect humans, but doctors have yet to discover how. The outbreak began in Hong Kong, according to CNN, when a 56-year-old man had post-transplant “abnormal liver functions with no obvious cause.” Hepatitis E attacks the liver and causes a fever, jaundice and makes the liver increase in size.

Riot police clash with hundreds of protesters in Berlin chanting ‘freedom’
Riot police clashed with hundreds of protesters in Berlin yesterday during a demonstration against coronavirus lockdown in Germany. Despite the central government easing lockdown on Wednesday, infected cases have begun to rise in Germany again, with some states saying they will not lift measures if the numbers continue to spike.

Indian and Chinese troops ‘clash on border’ in Sikkim
Dozens of Indian and Chinese soldiers have exchanged physical blows in a clash on the shared border, Indian media report. Seven Chinese and four Indian troops were injured, an army official reportedly said, near the Naku La sector in the border state of Sikkim. Local commanders spoke and resolved the dispute, which took place on Saturday.

Hundreds gather in Baghdad in new round of anti-gov’t protests
Hundreds of Iraqis have gathered in central Baghdad for fresh anti-government protests demanding better living conditions and an overhaul of the country’s political system, just days after the formation of a new government. The gathering in Tahrir Square on Sunday came after Mustafa al-Kadhimi, the country’s new prime minister, promised to release demonstrators arrested during the mass protests that erupted in October last year.

Libya: Tripoli sustains massive rocket attack; planes ablaze
Shelling of Tripoli’s airport hit fuel tanks and damaged passenger planes after forces loyal to Libya’s renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar fired dozens of rockets into Tripoli. Six people were killed and dozens of others wounded in the attacks, the interior ministry said in a statement, which included as many as 80 rocket strikes.

Bubble-Wrapped Americans: How The US Became Obsessed With Physical & Emotional Safety
…what can we do to turn back the tide and reclaim our culture of self-reliance, mental toughness, and giving one another the benefit of the doubt so that we don’t “bankrupt ourselves in the vain search for absolute security”…

Mother’s Day storm may bring a month’s worth of rain to one corner of the US
The southern half of the Florida Peninsula will get hit hard with heavy rainfall on Mother’s Day, with some areas likely to pick up a month’s worth of rain in 24 hours.

Ongoing flooding kills hundreds in eastern Africa
Ongoing heavy rainfall across Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Somalia has resulted in widespread flooding leading to hundreds of deaths across the region.

California’s Newsom: ‘We’re Not Going Back To Normal’
Though California Gov. Gavin Newsom is allowing retail stores to reopen for “curbside pickup” on Friday, he emphasized to residents of the state this week that they are “not going back to normal” anytime soon. Instead, Californians must embrace the “new normal,” marked by continued social distancing measures, “until we get to immunity and a vaccine,” said the Democratic governor.

NOW WE KNOW: John Podesta Admits in Testimony Both DNC and Hillary Campaign Split the Cost for Bogus Trump-Russia Dossier That Launched the Coup
Hillary Clinton and the DNC both claimed they knew nothing about the Trump-Russia dossier when it was published by Buzzfeed in January 2017.

U.S. Faces Meat Shortages as Pork, Other Protein Exports to China Soar
The coronavirus outbreak has impacted the U.S. food supply chain, including the disease infecting workers at meat processing plants, causing operations to shut down and resulting in slaughtering of livestock that can’t be processed and shipped to retailers.

Mother’s Day weekend snowstorm could bring bomb cyclone, thundersnow to Northeast
Mother Nature wanted to make an impression this Mother’s Day weekend, in what could be a once-in-a-generation May snowstorm poised to drop snow across portions of the Northeast and New England.

The Not Really Retired Pope Benedict Takes Jab At Pope Francis, Comparing His Liberal Pro-LGBTQ Vision For The Roman Catholic Church To Antichrist
When Pope Benedict stunningly announced his retirement in 2013, to say it took the Roman Catholic Church by surprise would be a gross understatement. A pope retiring had not happened in nearly 700 years, and it immediately gave rise to myriad conspiracy theories as to why he did it. But whatever the reason, it exposed some of the arcane and evil mystery that has always walked hand in hand with the Whore of Revelation. So recent comments by Benedict comparing gay marriage, something Pope Francis seems to be increasingly in favor of, with the coming reign of Antichrist lands them both smack dab on the NTEB end times radar.

Silver Coin Premiums Soar: Signal “Alt-Money” Demand As Re-Opening Recovery Hype Fades
Silver is the matrix of precious metals..

Freak Cold Worries Growers
Across New York and New England, farmers and growers watched with worry on Saturday morning as a late season blast of Arctic air and even snow descended on fragile fruits and vegetables that had just begun to poke through.

Argentina Teeters on Default, Again, as Pandemic Guts Economy…
Argentina is hurtling toward default on international loans in two weeks, a prospect that threatens to revive its reputation as a serial deadbeat and global financial pariah that could haunt the Latin American country long after the coronavirus pandemic is over.