8 Jul 2020

Analysis: 10 Realistic Ways the War of Gog and Magog can Ignite Tomorrow
The war of Gog and Magog, is a final battle prophesied in the Book of Ezekiel which consists of a type of ‘End of Days’ World War that ushers in the final redemption. But could a third world war really be on the horizon? When looking at the in rise international hostilities taking place worldwide between nations, the notion of such an apocalyptic battle seems to be an extremely realistic scenario. The following is a list of international hostilities that if erupt simultaneously, can spiral into a Third World War.

Pope Francis Dangerous Call For Interfaith Prayer, Each To His Own God
Can you imagine an Apostle Paul who, at the Areopagus in Athens (Acts 17), invites his listeners (followers of various philosophical schools and ancient cults) to unite in prayer, each to his own god/ideal as a sign of fraternity? Can you imagine an Apostle Peter who, in writing to Christians at the four corners of the Roman Empire (1 Peter 1:1), recommends that they raise petitions together with the faithful of the Eastern, Greek and Roman religions, to invoke the end of a pandemic? For those who have a basic grasp of the biblical faith, this is pretty absurd. Not for Rome, though.

Mysterious explosions: Iranian regime rattled
the series of incidents in Iran are happening at the height of the Iranian coronavirus crisis and in the midst of the U.S. sanctions against the regime that are inflicting severe economic damage. Among other things, the economic crisis in Iran has led to a cut in the Iraqi pro-Iran militia’s budget and probably also to eroding aid to other elements in the region that Iran assists, as well as increasing difficulties at home.

Four ‘Mysterious Signals From Outer Space’ Are Coming From Galaxies Like Ours, Say Scientists
Dr. Shivani Bhandari, an astronomer with CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, whose new research published this week in The Astrophysical Journal Letters reveals that four FRBs are coming not from the heart of galaxies, but from their edge.

Ilhan Omar Calls for ‘Dismantling’ the Core of the United States
Ilhan Omar has called for the complete dismantling of the American way of life, which she described as a “system of oppression.”When speaking Tuesday in Minnesota alongside the Minnesota People of Color and Indigenous Caucus, Omar ripped into the United States as a predatory entity that targets minorities. “We cannot stop at criminal justice system. We must begin the work of dismantling the whole system …

20 named storms predicted for hurricane season, the most since 2005
The research team at Colorado State University is now forecasting 20 named storms for this hurricane season. This is the earliest in a season that the group has made a prediction this high. The only other time CSU researchers predicted 20 or more storms was in their August update of the record-breaking 2005 season.

China Threatens to Blow up US Aircraft Carriers
The US sent two carrier groups to the South China Sea in a show of force intended to intimidate China in its aggressive takeover of a disputed archipelago. China responded by boasting of its “wide selection of anti-aircraft carrier weapons”, claiming that the mega-warships operated “at the pleasure of the PLA [People’s Liberation Army]”. The response by the US Navy was short and to the point: “Not intimidated.”

Deep undersea earthquake widely felt in Indonesia, no damage
The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake measured 6.6 magnitude and was centered about 94 kilometers (58 miles) north of Batang, a coastal town in Central Java province. It was about 528 kilometers (328.5 miles) deep. The Indonesian Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency said the temblor was 6.1 magnitude and did not cause a tsunami.

Idaho started shaking March 31. Why hasn’t it stopped? Geologists research Sawtooth fault
That’s when the Sawtooth mountain range in central Idaho trembled with a 6.5-magnitude earthquake — the second strongest ever recorded in Idaho. From that very moment, geologists rushed to the epicenter area — 45 miles west of Challis — to start collecting valuable information that could help them understand what happened. Three months later, the rumbling still hasn’t subsided, …

Cristina poised to become first hurricane of 2020
Tropical Storm Cristina formed late Monday night local time in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and is on its way to becoming the first hurricane of the 2020 season in any of the Western Hemisphere ocean basins.

NASA warning: Europe faces summer drought following hot first half of 2020
The 2019 to 2020 winter across Europe was the warmest on record, with the heat not letting throughout the year. Spring proved to be hotter and drier than normal, coupled with a May heatwave. Summer has started warmly, and NASA satellite data has revealed Europe is facing a drought this year.

Drought Forces Australia to Import Rice or Risk Empty Shelves
This season, like almost 90% of Australian rice growers, Rob Massina decided to skip planting the grain on his land near the tiny town of Jerilderie, about four hours north of Melbourne. For the president of the Australian Ricegrowers’ Association, low water allocations and years of severe drought meant conditions were too dry to sow the crop on his property at the southern end of the Murray-Darling Basin.

Drought Emergency, Warnings, and Watches for Kansas counties declared by Governor Kelly
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – Governor Kelly issued Drought Declarations for Kansas counties with Executive Order #20-54 Monday. The declaration includes 74 out of 105 counties either in an emergency, warning or watch status. “Unfortunately, the majority of the state of Kansas has been considered in drought or abnormally dry conditions for the past several weeks, which has led to high risk of fire hazard,” said Governor Kelly.

International students whose course loads move online cannot remain in the United States, ICE says
While colleges and universities across the country are considering online courses and other measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, federal officials said international students enrolled in programs that moved fully online in the fall will neither get visas nor be allowed to enter the country.

Trump formally starts US withdrawal from WHO – here’s what’s next
The latest Trump administration action would finalized a decision Trump announced at the end of May, that the U.S. would be leaving the WHO amid concerns about the organization’s close ties with China during the global coronavirus outbreak. Trump initially announced a freeze of U.S. funds to the WHO, calling on the organization to cut ties with China and initiate reforms, but announced in May that the U.S. would make the spending freeze permanent and would begin redirecting WHO funds “to other worldwide and deserving urgent global public health needs.”

Abbas Furious as PA Banks Refuse to Pay Terrorist Salaries
This was exposed by PA Director of the Commission of Prisoners’ Affairs, Qadri Abu Bakr yesterday. All the banks are refusing to allow these groups to use their ATM cards.

George Soros caught Working Closely with Iran Against US, Israel
Though it is public knowledge that Jewish billionaire George Soros funds many left-wing projects and even major anti-Israel organizations, his close working relationship with Iran is perhaps less well known.

Jordan, Egypt, Germany and France warn against annexation
Any changes to Israel’s eastern border would impact relations between Israel and Egypt, Jordan, France and Germany, the countries’ foreign ministers said… Such a move “could also have an impact on relations with Israel,” they warned. The ministers held a video conference and at its conclusion they determined that they would not recognize any extension of Israeli law in the West Bank unless the Palestinians agreed to it.

Russia says Turkey tested its S-400s on US F-16 jets
Turkey, a member of NATO, tested the Russian-made S-400 air defense system on US-made F-16 jets during a drill in November 2019, Russia’s state media TASS reported. The use of the S-400 against the F-16s was already reported last year, but the new details from Russian media appear to cement the claim and infer that something more was going on in those tests.

‘We’re next’: Hong Kong security law sends chills through Taiwan
The imposition of a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong has sent chills through Taiwan, deepening fears that Beijing will focus next on seizing the democratic self-ruled island. China and Taiwan split in 1949 after nationalist forces lost a civil war to Mao Zedong’s communists, fleeing to the island which Beijing has since vowed to seize one day, by force if necessary.

Coronavirus: The tenants enduring Australia’s toughest lockdown
Amid a second wave of coronavirus, the entire city of Melbourne has just been ordered back into lockdown for six weeks. But for 3,000 people living in public housing tower blocks, an even stricter lockdown was imposed on Saturday. Unlike other Melburnians, residents of the nine towers cannot leave for any reason – they are subject to a police guard.

Coronavirus: Belgrade protesters storm Serb parliament over curfew
Police and protesters were hurt in riots that broke out outside the National Assembly in the Serbian capital Belgrade. The protests began peacefully and included students and families, angered by a decision to re-impose a weekend curfew because of a rise in coronavirus infections. Protesters broke into the assembly, prompting police to intervene.

FBI director: China is ‘greatest threat’ to US
The director of the FBI has said that acts of espionage and theft by China’s government pose the “greatest long-term threat” to the future of the US. Speaking to the Hudson Institute in Washington, Christopher Wray described a multi-pronged disruption campaign. He said China had begun targeting Chinese nationals living abroad, coercing their return, and was working to compromise US coronavirus research.

China challenges U.S. to cut nuclear arsenal to matching level
China would “be happy to” participate in trilateral arms control negotiations with the United States and Russia, but only if the United States were willing to reduce its nuclear arsenal to China’s level… Washington has repeatedly called for China to join in trilateral negotiations to extend New START, a flagship nuclear arms treaty between the United States and Russia…

Priest to Scottish gov’t: Pubs are allowed to open, so why can’t we have Mass?
A Catholic priest has published an objection to the Scottish government’s continuing ban on public church services. Father Michael J. Kane is the pastor of St. Augustine’s Catholic Church in Coatbridge, a town about 10 miles east of Glasgow. In a June 26 open letter to Member of Scottish Parliament (MSP) Fulton MacGregor, Kane criticized Scotland’s plans not to allow public worship until late July.

“Crunch Time” Arrives And… Was Everyone Wrong About The Coronavirus?
“How history will judge the lockdown response to Covid-19, given its much more limited impact on workers in the economy”

Extreme rainfall, destructive floods hit parts of western India
Southwesterly monsoon has brought heavy rains and destructive flooding to parts of western India over the past days, resulting in two fatalities each in Gujarat and Karnataka. Numerous towns recorded more than 100 mm (4 inches) until Monday evening, July 6, 2020, while as many as 70 people were evacuated from the Saurashtra region where 17 dams started overflowing. Power was cut to at least 123 villages after 537 power lines were downed.

Deadly landslides and flash floods hit Nepal
At least nine people have lost their lives after heavy downpour over the past days triggered flash flooding and landslides in central and western Nepal. Rescue efforts continued on Monday, July 6, 2020, but were hampered due to blocked roads and severe weather conditions

After Sending 1000s Of COVID Patients Into Nursing Homes, New York Blames Deaths On “Infected Staff”
New York officials issue a report this week concluding that the high number of coronavirus deaths in state care facilities was the result of infected workers, not sick residents, spreading the contagion.

Wait’ll they realize the black anthem was penned by a Christian
America is undergoing its cultural revolution right now, obliterating as much of the past as possible. We saw over the weekend, “social justice warriors” in Rochester, New York, tearing down a statue of Frederick Douglass – even though he was an ardent abolitionist.

Shock poll: Half say violent bid to overthrow US government at least ‘somewhat likely’ within decade
Republicans are a bit more likely to expect such violence, but the gap is fairly modest. Many Republicans fear the left will respond with violence if President Trump is re-elected. Many Democrats fear the same from the right if President Trump is defeated.

Heavily Armed Black Militant Group NFAC Terrorized Guests At Stone Mountain Park In Georgia On July 4th, Demanded Land For ‘New Black Nation’
Black militant group NFAC stormed the gates of the Stone Mountain Park in Georgia over the weekend, armed to the teeth and challenging ‘white supremacists’ to battle. There did not appear to be any white supremacists on hand that day as they issued their demands for 1). the removal of a Confederate memorial carved into the mountain side, and 2). land from the government so they could start their ‘new black nation’.

China Inks Military Deal With Iran Under Secretive 25-Year Plan
Last week, at a meeting in Gilan province, former Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad alluded to some of the secret parts of this deal in public for the first time…