25 Jul 2020

IAF retaliates, strikes Syrian army posts
IAF attack helicopters struck several Syrian Arab Army targets on Friday night, including observation posts and intelligence facilities in bases near the town of Quientra… “The IDF sees the Syrian regime as responsible for the fire earlier today and will continue to act with determination, retaliating for every violation of the sovereignty of the State of Israel,” the military said in a statement.

IDF ups alert in Northern Command over concerns of Hezbollah terror attack
The IDF on Friday upped its alert in the northern command and reinforced troops and artillery batteries out of concern of a terror attack by Hezbollah… Following a situational assessment and in accordance with the Northern Command’s defense plan, the military said it will be making changes to troop deployment and enhanced field intelligence in the area “with the goal of strengthening defenses along the northern border.”

China Is Harvesting DNA From Millions of People. Is This the Future of Policing?
For several years now, the police and other authorities in China have been collecting across the country DNA samples from millions of men and boys who aren’t suspected of having committed any crime. In a report published by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute last month, we exposed the extent of the Chinese government’s program of genetic surveillance…

Pentagon’s UFO hunting department was NOT disbanded in 2012…
The Pentagon’s once secret department that hunts and investigates UFOs has continued to operate over the past decade despite previous claims it was disbanded. The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force has been tucked away inside the Office of Naval Intelligence, and is now being called on to reveal at least some of its findings to the public every six months, according to the New York Times.

South China Sea dispute: Australia says Beijing’s claims have no legal basis
Australia has formally rejected China’s territorial and maritime claims in the South China Sea, aligning itself more closely with the US as tensions rise. In a declaration to the United Nations, Australia said the claims, which take in the majority of the sea, had “no legal basis”. China has not reacted. It comes after the US called some of China’s actions in the area “unlawful”.

Lebanon’s future goes dark
Lebanon’s financial collapse is accelerating – and the old normal is fading, even down to the traffic lights. In a country where people were once able to pay just as easily with dollars as with local currency, many now can find neither.

Top US general visits Israel amid heightened border tension
America’s top general made an unannounced visit to Israel on Friday for talks on “Iran and regional security challenges,” Israel’s army said as it confirmed a reinforced presence on its northern border. General Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, alternate premier and Defense Minister Benny Gantz and Israel’s army chief Aviv Kohavi.

US military: Russia ships more military supplies to Libya
The U.S. military accused Russia on Friday of supplying more weapons, air defense systems and mercenaries to Libya’s front lines to shape the outcome of the escalating proxy war in the North African country. The accusation comes as rival Libyan factions…prepare to face off over the strategic coastal city of Sirte, which sits next to Libya’s oil-expert terminals and fields.

Europe Panics as Worst Swarm of Locusts for 70 Years Invades Sardinia, Italy
In a situation reminiscent of a biblical plague, voracious locusts have stripped large areas of the island’s agricultural regions of crops, in what the World Bank has already been branded the most serious such invasion the world has faced in 70 years. The epicentre is formed by the municipalities of Orani, Ottana and Bolotana in the Tirso valley, with insects having arrived from the Middle East and Africa…

New Russian law means kids will be taught patriotism and respect for elders in schools
Russia’s parliament has approved a bill to boost ‘patriotism’ education in the school curriculum, designed to instill children with respect for…those who fought to defend the country, its laws and traditions. Aside from promoting respect to the nation, the amended law on education also obliges schools to teach kids to treasure Russia’s multicultural heritage and traditions, as well as nature and the environment.

Coin shortage in US has banks begging for spare change
Banks are begging you to break open your piggy bank, dig through your seat cushions and unload those coffee cans full of change sitting in the closet.  The COVID-19 change shortage has bankers all across the country asking customers to bring in rolled coins as a way to pump more pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters into circulation.

Nepal records highest number of fatal landslides in 15 years
The number of this year’s fatal landslides in Nepal has exceeded the average annual total over the last 15 years, according to data gathered by The Landslide Blog’s Dr. Dave Petley.

Powerful Hurricane “Douglas” entering the Central Pacific, heading toward Hawaii
Category 4 Hurricane “Douglas” is entering the Central Pacific on its way toward Hawaii. There are still no coastal watches or warnings in effect, but interests in the Hawaiian Islands should monitor its progress as watches could be issued on Friday, July 24 for a portion of the area.

Tropical Storm “Hanna” forms in the Gulf of Mexico, landfall expected in Texas on Saturday, July 25
Tropical Storm “Hanna” formed in the Gulf of Mexico at 03:00 UTC on July 24, 2020, as the earliest 8th named storm formation in the Atlantic on record. The previous record was held by Harvey which formed on August 3, 2005. At the same time, Tropical Storm “Gonzalo” is heading toward the Windward Islands, marking the first simultaneous Atlantic July named storms since Beryl and Chris in 2018.

More Countries Ban Muslim Brotherhood 
The United States should join them. Then we can begin to prosecute Muslim Brotherhood terror-tied groups like CAIR, MAS, ISNA et al.

Supreme Court denies Nevada church’s appeal of attendance restriction amid coronavirus pandemic
Nevada has placed a 50-person cap on all places of worship, no matter the capacity of the building, as a part of the state’s coronavirus restrictions. But casinos, along with other businesses such as restaurants and movie theaters, may permit up to 50 percent capacity, allowing casinos to grant access to hundreds of patrons at a time.

Shocking! Another Florida News Station finds Deaths incorrectly attributed to COVID-19
Last week a news station in Orlando found several discrepancies in COVID 19 reporting. Several deaths that have nothing to do with COVID are appearing as COVID-19 deaths. Now in Palm Beach County it is the same story.

Former Concentration Camp Guard Convicted in Germany 
A German court on Thursday convicted a 93-year-old former SS private of being an accessory to murder at the Stutthof concentration camp, where he served as a guard in the final months of World War II. He was given a two-year suspended sentence.

China Now Forcing All Citizens To Activate Health Code On Smart Phones For Restaurant And Store Access, Only A Green Code Will Let Them in
Little by little, and inch by inch, the whole world is being brought under the control of the New World Order, and it’s being done under the guise of fighting a virus. China, the country that released this infection upon all of us, seems to be leading the way on all counts. After rolling out contact tracing on smart devices, now come the health codes that you device will generate to either let you in or keep you out of mainstream society in China. In a matter of months it will make its way here to America.

Wife of ABC News Hack George Stephanopoulos Says Parents Should Watch Porno with Their Young Kids
Ali Wentworth, wife of ABC News personality George Stephanopoulos, said during a recent podcast appearance that she believes parents should watch pornography with their young children.

Major League Baseball Opens With New York Yankees Kneeling And Boston Red Sox Unveiling Huge BLM Mural
America in 2020 is a nation that is hopelessly confused, we have removed God from our courtrooms and classrooms and as a result we are like blind men feeling our way through in the darkness. The religion of America is major league sports, it has been that way for some time now, Roger Goodell of the NFL famously said last year that the Super Bowl is the biggest holiday in the United States. Don’t get mad, her’s right. Did you know the word ‘holiday’ comes from ‘holy day’ meaning a day of worship? He’s right about that, too.

Gametime: Attorney General Barr Sets His Sights On George For Subverting Legal System and Causing “Increase in Violent Crime and More Victims”
…Well, most of us thought that George would probably never have a United States Attorney General who would even dare to utter George’s name, never mind to put him on notice that he is on the DOJ’s radar. William Barr appears to be the man with exactly what it takes to call out George, and all of the unrest he is accused of fostering around the nation, and the globe.

Washington, D.C., mandates face masks for the public, but exempts all lawmakers and government employees
Muriel Bowser, the mayor of Washington, D.C., has decreed that everyone present in the federal territory must wear a face mask, including three-year-olds, to supposedly help stop the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). But exempt from the order are all lawmakers and government employees, because they are apparently a different breed that is incapable of catching or spreading invisible germs.

185 Bodies Found in Cartel-Dug Mass Graves in One Mexican State
The number of bodies found in mass graves by Mexican authorities rose to 185 as the search continues. Authorities searched in one of three mass graves used by a ruthless drug cartel to dispose of their victims.