16 Jun 2020

IDF strikes Gaza after rocket fired into Israel
The IDF struck multiple targets in the Gaza Strip on Monday night after a rocket fired from there landed in an open area in southern Israel earlier in the evening. Airstrikes and tank fire targeted multiple sites in areas near Rafiah and Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. The IDF confirmed that airstrikes had targeted infrastructure used for underground operations by Hamas…

Five rockets attacks in a week target US in Iraq
Almost every day since June 8, there have been rocket attacks in Iraq targeting US forces, the US embassy in the Green Zone or the airport in Baghdad. The constant trickle of rockets is a message to the US during the period of US-Iraq strategic dialogue that is designed to show that pro-Iranian groups control Iraq and can do as they please.

Police Officers All Over America Are Quitting Their Jobs Because Of The George Floyd Protests
Even during the best of times, being a police officer in one of America’s major cities is extremely stressful, and these are definitely not the best of times. In 2020, the entire profession has become the target for a vast nationwide outpouring of anger and hatred. It doesn’t matter if you are a good officer or a bad officer, because everyone is being lumped together.

North Korea bombed inter-Korean liaison office near border amid growing tensions
North Korea admitted Tuesday to bombing an inter-Korean liaison office building just north of the border with South Korea as tensions continue to escalate on the Korean peninsula. South Korea’s Unification Ministry, which handles relations with North Korea, confirmed to NBC News that the liaison office in the North Korean border town of Kaesong was demolished “by bombing” on Tuesday afternoon local time.

Chinese soldiers KILL Indian troops in fighting along disputed border raising fears of war between two nuclear powers
AT least three Indian soldiers including a senior army officer were killed in a confrontation with Chinese troops on a disputed frontier in the Himalayas. The clash came after both countries deployed thousands of troops in a month-long face-off that sparked fears of war breaking out between the two nuclear powers.

Japan Halts Introduction of U.S. Missile-Defense System
Japan suspended plans to introduce a multibillion-dollar American missile-defense system, citing major new costs and delays from modifications needed to ensure rocket debris from the system doesn’t endanger local residents. Two Aegis Ashore batteries were scheduled to be deployed around 2025 in southern and northern Japan that would provide the country with a new layer of defense against ballistic missiles.

UN takes Saudi-led coalition off child rights ‘list of shame’
Human rights groups have criticised the UN for removing the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen from a blacklist of those whose actions harm children. The UN found 222 children were killed or injured last year by the coalition, which is backing Yemen’s government in its war with the rebel Houthi movement. Secretary General António Guterres said that represented a “sustained and significant decrease” in casualties.

Caesar Act: How will new US sanctions on Syria be different?
New US sanctions on Syria coming into force this week intend to pressure the government of President Bashar al-Assad into enacting human rights reforms much more strongly than previous sanctions. Although UN sanctions on Syria are nonexistent because of Russian and Chinese vetoes…US and EU member states – have unilaterally imposed punishing sanctions on the Syrian government since the start of the 2011 uprising.

Hamas urges united ‘resistance’ against West Bank annexation plan
Hamas has called for unity among Palestinians and “resistance” against Israeli plans to annex parts of the occupied West Bank. Senior Hamas official Salah al-Bardawil said at a news conference in the besieged Gaza Strip on Monday: “Palestinian unity is the bedrock of national strength through which the [planned catastrophic] annexation can be resisted and foiled.”

Alerts raised after significant earthquakes under Makushin volcano in Alaska, U.S.
Two earthquakes with magnitudes larger than 4.0 were registered in the vicinity of Makushin volcano, Alaska over the past 12 hours, representing a significant departure from background earthquake activity. The last eruption of this volcano took place in 2005 (VEI 1). A powerful VEI 5 eruption took place in 6100 BCE ± 50 years.

UN Reveals Latest Plan: ‘New World Order’
“If countries deliver on all that was agreed here and implement the resolutions, we could take a big step towards a new world order where we no longer grow at the expense of nature but instead see people and planet thrive together.” It should be noted that as head of the UN environmental program, Msuya partnered with China’s Belt and Road’s (OBOR) initiative, ostensibly to address the environmental concerns of the initiative. President Trump has been quietly working to oppose the OBOR with a program titled the Free and Open Indo-Pacific strategy (FOIP).

De Blasio Welds Parks Shut in Jewish Neighborhoods; Protects Black Lives Matter Protests
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio supported mass protests this weekend on behalf of Black Lives Matter and the transgender cause, but the city is welding shut public parks used by the Orthodox Jewish community.

T-MOBILE, SPRING, AT&T, VERIZON customers reporting widespread cell service outages
According to Downdetector.com, customers from across the U.S. were reporting problems with their service, with a large number of reports coming from major cities including Tampa, Miami, Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Houston and Los Angeles. Hundreds of comments on the website said customers could not place or receive calls.

6.7 Earthquake in Japan
A strong but deep 6.7-magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of southwest Japan early Sunday, the US Geological Survey said, but no tsunami warning was issued. Earthquakes in Japan have been many in the last 12 months. 442 earthquakes in the past 365 days.

Supreme Court refuses cases to limit police protections from civil lawsuits
The U.S. Supreme Court decided on Monday that it will not consider a case that challenges the legal threshold by which police officers can be sued in civil courts. The Supreme Court’s decision means that the issue of qualified immunity for law enforcement officers will not be on the docket when the court begins its next term starting in October.

Poll: 79% of truckers say they won’t deliver to cities that defund police
A recent poll of commercial truck drivers indicates nearly eight in 10 drivers would refuse to drive shipments to cities that have either defunded or disbanded their police departments. The commercial trucking industry publication CDL Life News conducted the poll through its internal app. The poll results indicated 79 percent of respondents said they refuse to drive shipments to cities with defunded police. The publication reported its poll was based on answers from 1,283 respondents.

Trump Punishes the Hague After Prosecuting Israel for “War Crimes”
The Trump administration authorized sanctions against International Criminal Court officials who are investigating alleged war crimes against the United States and its allies, including Israel. The administration also authorized visa restrictions on Thursday against ICC officials and their family members.

Turkey Launches Air Strikes Against Kurds in Northern Iraq
Turkish fighter jets launched strikes against Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) fighters in northern Iraq on Sunday night in retaliation for attacks against Turkish army bases, according to the Turkish Defense Ministry.

Israel Celebrates Trump’s Birthday by Dedicating 300 New Houses in Village Named After US President
At a cabinet meeting on June 14, President Trump’s 74th birthday, the Israeli government approved plans to invest $2.3 million to develop the town and build 300 new houses in Ramat Trump (Trump Heights). At the meeting. Netanyahu said that Israel would “begin practical steps in establishing the community of Ramat Trump on the Golan Heights, Israel’s sovereignty over which was recognized by President Trump.”

Earthquake in eastern Turkey kills one, injures nine
An earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude shook Bingol province in eastern Turkey on Sunday, killing one person and injuring nine others, officials said. It said two security guards at a Turkish military installation in the region were injured when an observation tower collapsed. One of them later died, the Bingol governor’s office said on Twitter.

Drought Conditions in the West
Droughts have the potential to affect every sector of the economy, but the agricultural sector is particularly vulnerable Certainly, farmers and ranchers do not need another setback right now. USDA meteorologist, Brad Rippey says there a significant pocket of extreme drought over much of the West.

Skies darken as locust swarms sweep into Bhopal
The bright blue skies over Bhopal suddenly darkened on Sunday as swarms of locusts invaded the capital city for the first time in decades.

Three NYPD Officers “Intentionally Poisoned” With Bleach At Manhattan Shake Shack
“When NYC police officers cannot even take meal without coming under attack, it is clear that environment in which we work has deteriorated to a critical level…”

Grímsvötn volcano showing strong signs of impending eruption, Iceland
Iceland’s Grímsvötn​ volcano is showing strong signs that an eruption might occur in the weeks or months ahead, the Icelandic Met Office (IMO) reports. The last eruption of this volcano took place in 2011 — it was a large and powerful VEI 4 eruption. Average eruption frequency during the last 1 100 years is 1 eruption per 10 years.

Spectacular, long-lasting green fireball recorded over Pilbara, Western Australia
A spectacular, long-lasting green fireball was recorded over Pilbara, Western Australia at around 16:45 UTC on June 14, 2020 (00:45 LT on June 15).

New York City Makes Unprecedented Move And Eliminates 600+ Plainclothes Police Force, Exposing New Yorkers To Drastic Uptick In Violent CrimeBegins
Remember that movie called ‘Escape From New York’ from the 1980’s where New York City had been turned into a giant maximum security prison, and was a place where lawlessness abounded and the prisoners were actually in charge? The low-thinking Liberals who run New York City just took a giant step towards turning that movie into reality by disbanding a massive 600+ plainclothes police division in order to appease the Black Lives Matter terrorists. Not only that, pusillanimous mayor Bill De Blasio has also agreed to rename a street in each of the 5 boroughs to ‘Black Lives Matter’.

Seattle ANTIFA Rioters Change Name Of Occupied Area From CHAZ To CHOP After What Happened To People During French Revolution
Those who refuse to embrace their movement could face a violent end, a group of ANTIFA protesters in Seattle have declared. The unsettling warning comes after their encampment in the city was renamed to CHOP.

Predictive Programming Is Right Now Telling A Lost World To Prepare To Receive The Mark Of The Beast
As the whole world continues to go through the nightmarish fever dream of the the Great Reset, one message is resounding louder than all the rest and is coming through loud and clear. The global elites who are the evangelists of the New World Order are telling a lost and dying world to prepare themselves to receive the Mark of the Beast which will be presented to all the world at the arrival of Antichrist after the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church. It is happening right now, that’s how close we are.

Stocks Soar On Report Trump Planning Trillion-Dollar Infrastructure Stimulus
…it’s like deja vu all over again!

The antidote to the Marxist poison of Black Lives Matter
…the true reason the Marxist Dem leaders are withdrawing the police is to give the BLM brute squads total power over Black neighborhoods so no one can refute the racist lie that they speak for all blacks.

Lawmaker Trying to Ban ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ Receives Death Threats from Liberals
A Missouri lawmaker who introduced a bill earlier this year to allow parents to block the controversial Drag Queen Story Hour events has faced fierce opposition and even death threats from angry liberals.

54 NIH scientists lose positions during investigation into foreign financial ties
..The leading health agency opened investigations into nearly 200 scientists with unreported foreign ties; 93% of the undisclosed funding came from China. The NIH has, so far, removed 77 grant recipients from its databases.

Far Left Lawyer who Torched NYPD Vehicle During Riots Was Intern for Soros-funded anti-Israel Group
Attorneys Colinford Mattis and Urooj Rahman were arrested for tossing Molotov cocktails at a police vehicle during the recent leftist rioting in New York City.  We previously provided 98% confirmation that it was Urooj Rahman behind the mask throwing the destructive cocktail.

Woke Mobs Now Destroying Statues Of Leading Anti-Slavery Figures
Monuments to leading abolitionists destroyed simply because they were old white males…