Beirut’s Earth-Shattering Explosion: ‘A Necessity for Messiah’s Arrival’
On Tuesday afternoon, two huge explosions ripped through the port of Beirut at 6:07 local time, killing hundreds and wounding thousands more. As of Wednesday morning, the Red Cross reported the death toll to be at least 100 dead with fears that it could go much higher. At least 4,000 people were injured. The explosion generated an enormous shock wave that was actually visible in the videos. Buildings as far away as 6 miles from the source of the explosion were damaged. Streets were filled with shattered glass.
MSNBC Producer Quits, Blasts Network with Scathing Public Letter
“‘We are a cancer and there is no cure,’ a successful and insightful TV veteran said to me,” she wrote. “‘But if you could find a cure, it would change the world.’” This “cancer” divides the nation, according to Pekary. “The model blocks diversity of thought and content because the networks have incentive to amplify fringe voices and events, at the expense of others … all because it pumps up the ratings,” the producer wrote.
Massive explosion in Beirut takes out city blocks; cause remains unknown
A massive explosion rocked Beirut, Lebanon on Tuesday, causing damage for miles. Lebanese Health Minister Hassan Hamad said more than 25 people were dead, and over 2,500 were injured,
Egypt Offended After Musk Claims Pyramids Built by ‘Aliens’
But apparently the concept of twitter trolling did not translate well and the Egyptian Minister of International Co-operation, responded to Musk’s original post, inviting him to read up on how the pyramids were actually constructed.
New Zealand’s wireless power transmission: Your questions answered
New Zealand’s second-largest electricity distributor has signed a deal with startup Emrod to trial long-range wireless power transmission. Today we follow up with an interview with Emrod’s founder, Greg Kushnir, to talk about the deal, the technology, safety and redundancy concerns, the efficiency of the system and whether it can be used to transmit power back to Earth from a space-based solar array.
Bible Prophecy 2020 – Optimistic Pessimism
What we’re seeing is a globalist plan to take down America. This plan has been in place for decades and has progressively ramped up the past 12 years to never-before seen levels. There are very real, very well organized, very intentional, very prophesied (if I can use that as a term), very powerful people behind the scenes fomenting division, disorder, lawlessness, and instability in America. Globalists want to take America down because it will implode the world economy and they want to rise to power through order out of chaos. It’s on our dollar bills, it’s in their public speeches, it’s out in the open. They don’t even hide it any more. Please research this for yourself and please prove me wrong. It’s hidden in plain sight. I know it sounds crazy, but it’s true. Behind these globalists is an even bigger, more organized puppet master–Satan himself.
Nevada sheriff says he won’t respond to calls at county library after it expressed support for BLM
A Nevada sheriff told a local library system not to bother calling 911 after it expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Due to your support of Black Lives Matter and the obvious lack of support or trust with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” the sheriff wrote in a public letter to the library system Monday. “I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior, since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past.”
Arizona’s megadrought worst on record
A megadrought is defined as a period of years where our rainfall totals are consistently below average. “This current megadrought began in the mid-1990s. So if you do the calculations, 25 years now,” said Dr. Kevin Murphy, researcher of Hydro-climatology at Arizona State University. “This has been the most severe megadrought over 1,000 years; that’s what we found by looking at the records,” said Dr. Murphy.
N.Koreans Gripped by Fears of Famine
According to a source on Monday, North Koreans are gripped by fears of a severer famine than in the 1990s. The source, who has been to Pyongyang recently, said many homeless children can be seen at Kalli railway station, a gateway to the capital. “Their presence is becoming a problem as they move around in groups begging and stealing.”
Magnitude 5.7 earthquake hits southeast Turkey – observatory
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake shook southeast Turkey’s Malatya province on Tuesday, the Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute said.
Beirut explosion: Dozens still missing as death toll rises
Over 100 people have died and 4,000 people were injured as search and rescue efforts continued on Wednesday after a massive explosion at a warehouse at Beirut’s port shook Lebanon’s capital on Tuesday. The death toll is expected to rise as dozens of people are still missing in rubble throughout the city.
Hezbollah looted Lebanon and it will cost $93b. to bail it out – analysis
Lebanon is in the midst of a financial crisis which may not be possible to solve. It has racked up staggering debts and could need $93 billion to bail it out, according to a new report by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. The economy is in a tailspin, COVID-19 has taken away remittances the country needs, and Beirut is effectively defaulting on bonds, the study notes.
For the unemployed, rising grocery prices stretch budgets even more
The cost of groceries has been rising at the fastest pace in decades since the coronavirus pandemic seized the U.S. economy, leading to sticker shock for basic staples such as beef and eggs and forcing struggling households to rethink how to put enough food on the table. Long-standing supply chains for everyday grocery items have been upended as the pandemic sickened scores of workers…
Saudi Arabia, With China’s Help, Expands Its Nuclear Program
Saudi Arabia has constructed with Chinese help a facility for extracting uranium yellowcake from uranium ore, an advance in the oil-rich kingdom’s drive to master nuclear technology, according to Western officials with knowledge of the site. The facility, which hasn’t been publicly disclosed, is in a sparsely populated area in Saudi Arabia’s northwest and has raised concern among U.S. and allied officials…
U.S. health chief to be highest-ranking official in decades to visit Taiwan, angering China
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar will visit Taiwan in coming days, his office said on Tuesday, making the highest-level visit by a U.S. official in four decades – a move that angered China, which claims the island as its own. Azar’s visit will worsen already poor Beijing-Washington relations, inflamed over trade, the pandemic and human rights…
Black Lives Matter now operating as the new Mafia, shaking down Louisville businesses and demanding racial hiring quotas
Well, it didn’t take long for the Black Lives Matter movement to morph into something completely anathema to the “justice” organization it claimed to be at its founding.
Veteran Virologist Slams Mainstream Media’s “Misinformation” About An Effective COVID Treatment
Why is it not being widely reported? Why is the American media trying to run the U.S. pandemic response with its own misinformation?
Iranian positions near Albukamal hit by more airstrikes
Iranian positions near Albukamal, a key border city in Syria that is near Iraq, were hit by “unidentified jets,” according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). These areas are festooned with pro-Iranian militias who have entrenched themselves at a base called Imam Ali and spread like a carpet along the western bank of the Euphrates River.
Major wildfire spreads in Southern California, more than 8 000 people urged to evacuate
A major wildfire emerged in Cherry Valley, Southern California, on Friday evening, July 31, 2020, prompting evacuation orders for more than 8 000 people in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The blaze, called the Apple Fire, has spread to 10 860 ha (26 850 acres) of land by Tuesday, August 4, and is only 15 % contained.
Hurricane “Isaias” makes historic landfall in North Carolina, U.S.
Hurricane “Isaias” made landfall in North Carolina at around 03:10 UTC on August 4, 2020, with winds reaching 137 km/h (85 mph), making it a Category 1 hurricane. This is the first hurricane to make landfall in North Carolina during the month of August since 2011 Irene. The storm caused flooding and sparked five home fires in Ocean Isle Beach, mayor Debbie Smith told the media.
Israel Places IDF On High Alert After Beirut Port City Rocked By Massive Series Of Explosions Resulting In Nuclear Bomb Style Mushroom Clouds
Even though early reports coming out of Lebanon are calling this an ‘accident’, the timing of this explosion is highly suspect to say the least. For the past 6 weeks or so, Israel has been relentlessly bombing targets in Iran and Syria, due to an increase in terrorist activity coming from those areas. As recently as just yesterday, the IDF made air strikes on Iranian targets near Damascus.
P Is For Predator State: The Building Blocks Of Tyranny From A To Z
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a convenient, traumatic, devastating distraction…
Republicans consider South Lawn of White House for convention speech
Republican National Convention planners are considering the White House South Lawn as the site of President Donald Trump’s nationally televised nomination acceptance speech later this month, according to a Republican familiar with the discussions.
Gold prices hit $2,000 ounce for first time
Gold prices rallied to a fresh intraday record late-morning Tuesday, propelled by continued appetite for precious metals amid the COVID-19 pandemic. December gold GCZ20, 0.89% was up $27.50, or 1.3%, at $2,013.60 an ounce, at last check.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic is the 2nd Virgin airline to declare bankruptcy as the pandemic rips apart the industry
Virgin Atlantic filed for Chapter 15 bankruptcy in New York on Tuesday, part of a process to protect its assets from US creditors as it scrambles to finalize a rescue plan with the aid of the UK court system.
NYPD: Shootings and murders rose dramatically in July
The NYPD recorded 244 shootings in July 2020 versus 88 in July 2019, which is a 177% increase. Shootings rose in July in every borough, police said. Through July 31, the city has experienced a 72% spike in shootings compared to the same time last year—772 versus 450 in 2019.