Malawi to open embassy in Jerusalem
The African country of Malawi over the weekend announced that it would open an embassy in Jerusalem, following similar announcements by Serbia and Kosovo. To date, only the United States and Guatemala have embassies in Jerusalem, while the remainder of the 87 embassies in Israel are located in the Tel Aviv area.
Erdogan raises rhetoric in Greece standoff in Mediterranean
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday warned Greece to enter talks over disputed eastern Mediterranean territorial claims or face the consequences. “They’re either going to understand the language of politics and diplomacy, or in the field with painful experiences,” he said at a hospital’s opening ceremony in Istanbul.
Experts warn China-India standoff risks unintentional war
As a monthslong military standoff between India and China along their disputed mountain border protracts, experts warn that the nuclear-armed countries — which already have engaged in their bloodiest clash in decades — could unintentionally slide into war.
Police dodge fire bombs as Portland protesters mark 100 straight days
Hundreds of people gathered for rallies and marches against police violence and racial injustice Saturday night in Portland, Oregon, as often violent nightly demonstrations that have happened for 100 days since George Floyd was killed showed no signs of ceasing. Molotov cocktails thrown in the street during a march sparked a large fire and prompted police to declare a riot.
Bokhari: Everything You Post Online Will Be Scanned by ‘Hate Speech Algorithms’
Breitbart News technology reporter Allum Bokhari appeared on the Liz Callaway show…to discuss…his upcoming book, #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase The Trump Movement and Steal The Election…A source close to Google…said that the book, which lifts the lid on Big Tech’s four-year plot to undermine the Trump movement and influence the election, will “shake the foundations of Silicon Valley.”
Typhoon Haishen: 200,000 ordered to evacuate as Japan braces for storm
More than 200,000 people have been ordered to evacuate areas of Japan threatened by an approaching storm. Typhoon Haishen is expected to intensify on Sunday, bringing heavy rain, storm surges and winds of more than 100mph (160km/h). It will move past Kyushu on Sunday and is expected to make landfall on Monday in South Korea, which has raised its typhoon warning to the highest level.
Hezbollah, Hamas chiefs meet to discuss Israel-Arab ties
Leaders of Lebanon’s Hezbollah and the Palestinian Hamas terror groups have met to discuss diplomatic normalization between the Jewish state and Arab countries, a report said Sunday. They stressed the “stability” of the “axis of resistance” against Israel, the Hezbollah-run Al-Manar TV channel reported, without saying where or when the meeting took place.
Black voter approval of Trump hits 45%
President Trump’s approval rating among likely voters reached its pre-coronavirus high of 52% on Friday, including an astonishing 45% of blacks, according to Rasmussen’s daily presidential tracking poll.
Smith & Wesson Stepping Up Production as Sales Soar 140 Percent
One of the nation’s largest gun makers is ramping up production after a record-breaking first quarter in 2020. Smith & Wesson, one of only two publicly traded gun manufacturers in America, reported a 140 percent year-over-year jump in gun sales between the beginning of May and the end of July. The company moved 584,000 guns in that period, an unprecedented demand that caused inventories to fall. That’s why the company has doubled down on its efforts to manufacture more guns in order to meet continuing demand. “As we’ve seen before during these surge periods, these results reflect that despite our record numbers in market share growth, consumer demand for our products during the quarter still exceeded our internal manufacturing capacity levels,
GOP Senate Candidate: ‘Crazy’ Urban Liberals Are Driving Voters to Trump, Could Flip Blue State
Minnesota Republican nominee Jason Lewis said that even a state with as liberal a track record as Minnesota is shifting ground. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defeated Trump in Minnesota by roughly 44,000 votes in 2016, but Lewis thinks Trump’s chances of winning the state keep improving.
Pentagon says parts of China’s PLA have overtaken US military
China has strengthened and modernized its military capabilities in recent years to the point where its People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is “already ahead of the United States” in some areas, the Pentagon said in a report to Congress published on Wednesday.
Police Say Antifa ‘Commander’ Began Crying in the ‘Fetal Position’ When They Arrested Him
Police said a Wisconsin man known as antifa “Commander Red” cried and “dropped into the fetal position” when authorities arrested him on Saturday. Matthew Banta of Neenah “is known to be a violent Antifa member who incites violence in otherwise relatively peaceful protests,” the criminal complaint against him said, WBAY-TV reported. He allegedly showed up to a demonstration in Green Bay with a flamethrower, smoke grenades and fireworks. The 23-year-old was charged Monday with two counts of felony bail jumping and one count of obstructing an officer.
Locusts now threatening parts of southern Africa, UN says
Locusts are threatening another part of Africa, with up to 7 million people in the southern region facing further food insecurity, the United Nations said Friday. The outbreaks of African migratory locusts in Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe are not related to the huge outbreak of billions of desert locusts that has affected East Africa for months,
Israel’s Top Rabbi Bans Covid-Testing because it Detracts from this Commandment in Deuteronomy
In a highly controversial move, the Jewish world’s most respected rabbi, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, has instructed that post-high school yeshivas (religious seminaries) for men avoid testing for coronavirus. That’s because the test’s results could send thousands of Bible scholars into quarantine, which he considers to be a waste of time when they should be learning Torah with their peers, Kikar Hashabbat reported. Learning Torah is a central commandment in Judaism as written in Deuteronomy: Impress them upon your children. Recite them when you stay at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you get up.
The Sound of the Shofar on the Temple Mount
The petition to blow the shofar on the Temple Mount was rejected but Rabbi Yehudah Glick found a loophole to bring the redemptive sound of the shofar to the holiest site in the world. (video)
Israeli Archaeologists Uncover Remains of Majestic First-Temple Era Building in Jerusalem
Israeli archaeologists unveiled a rare collection of column heads from the First Temple period at the Armon Hanatziv promenade in Jerusalem. These stone artifacts made of limestone are adorned with ornate carvings and date back to the time of the Judean kings. Experts believed they are remnants of a grand mansion that overlooked the Temple Mount and Jerusalem’s Old City. The three-pillar heads—or “capitals”—are carved with an ancient symbol representing the Jewish kingdoms of Judah and Israel. The same symbol is printed today on the five shekel coin in Israel.
“Dead” Virus Cells Frequently Trigger “False Positives” In Most Common COVID Test, New Study Finds
The team’s research involved analyzing 25 studies on the widely used polymerase chain reaction test…
The NY Times supported Stalin and Communism as the way to the future
The New York Times cheered Stalin and constantly reported that this was the way to the future. Their top journalist, Walter Duranty (1884-1957), was their man in Moscow. The New York Times promoted him to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for that reporting. When Gareth Jones (1905-1935) in March 1933 reported this was all a lie, the truth finally began to appear.
These people want to convince everyone that looting is a-okay
As an American, most of us strongly support the concept of peaceful protests. However, when things turn violent, when property gets destroyed, when buildings and cars are set on fire, and when businesses are looted, rational people can agree that this is wrong.
Events In Redfield, Utah Point to a Massive False Flag In the Near Future
There are strange goings on near Richfield, Utah. I have 4 people who contacted me from the Richfield area in the past 36 hours. It seems that Richfield, population 5,000, is home to some very clandestine, shadow government projects.
Teachers’ Union Refuses to Go Back to School — But Attended Sharpton’s 50,000 Race “Get Off Our Necks” Rally in DC
In New York City teachers marched in a protest with a coffin to represent the coronavirus. The teachers said they were too scared of the coronavirus to teach but dragged a coffin around the streets of New York City.
Trump Orders Purge of ‘Critical Race Theory’ from Federal Agencies
At the direction of President Trump, the White House Office of Management and Budget will move to identify and eliminate any trace of “critical race theory” in the federal government.
“They’re Gonna Want to Hunt – Eradicate Their Opponents.” – Victor Davis Hanson On America’s Future If Democrats Win in 2020
Victor Davis Hanson was on with the Hon John Anderson AO, the former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, to discuss the upcoming 2020 election. The interview was excellent throughout but the key points were made by Hanson at the end of the interview when talking about the upcoming election at the 9:35 mark:
Enriched Uranium Store In Iran Now Exceeds 10 Times The Set Limit Putting Them Only 3.5 Months Away From Two Functional Nuclear Bombs
As if this year wasn’t crazy enough, now Iran has such an abundance of enriched uranium that watchdog agencies say they are only 3.5 months away from a nuclear bomb. Make that two nuclear bombs. Remember that agreement Iran signed with Russia back in 2014 to build the nuclear power plants? That investment is about to pay dividends big time.I don’t know where Emmanuel Macron will fit into all this, but should Iran achieve their goal, I know he will fit in somewhere. And, now you know why Israel took all those strikes at Iran over the past two months.
“BLM” Rioters “Shut Down” Restaurants In Rochester, Smash Bank Windows In Manhattan, During Latest Night Of Mayhem
One of the gang’s leaders shouted at guests, claiming it was “time to leave” during the latest round of protests inspired by just-released bodycam footage of the killing of Daniel Prude.
Meth floods across US-Mexico border during coronavirus pandemic
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are noticing an alarming trend in the illegal drug trade: Methamphetamine is flooding across the border at an all-time high, and officers say the coronavirus pandemic has affected its prevalence and price tag.
California grid operator warns of rotating power outages in record heat wave.
The California Independent System Operator (ISO) declared a “Stage 2” power emergency late on Saturday, warning that rotating power outages were possible amid a record heat wave. A Stage 2 power emergency means the ISO has taken all mitigating actions but can no longer provide its expected energy requirements.