19 Apr 2021

Another explosive eruption recorded at La Soufriere
The La Soufriere volcano has erupted yet again. According to the National Emergency Management Organisation, an explosive eruption was recorded around 4:49pm. Ash clouds are now moving towards the south and west of the island. The alert level remains red.

Ranchers trying to fend off wildfires as extreme drought hits much of North Dakota
“A lot of these grasses are what is fanning the fire when we have these fast-moving fires,” a National Park Service spokesman said. “It’s because the grass fuels are much flashier — they tend to burn faster and carry fire quicker.”

French President Emmanuel Macron says international community must draw “clear red lines” with Russia
The international community must draw “clear red lines” with Russia, French President Emmanuel Macron said, including implementing sanctions after any “unacceptable behavior” by Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said, however, that sanctions alone are not sufficient.

GOP White House hopefuls move forward as Trump considers run
Polling does indeed show that Trump remains a commanding figure among GOP voters, despite his loss in November to Democrat Joe Biden. Republican leaders, including those who may hope to someday succeed him, have been careful to tend to his ego and make clear they have no plans to challenge his standing.

The Death of Law and Order Is Destroying America
In Portland, where Antifa has rioted almost nightly for nearly a year, the mob set fire to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) building Sunday night with agents inside. Why has this lawlessness been permitted to continue for nearly a year?

North Korean capital demolishes many neighborhoods for Kim Jong Un’s ‘10,000 new homes’ plan
The North Korean capital Pyongyang has begun demolishing entire neighborhoods to make way for leader Kim Jong Un’s ambitious plan to construct 10,000 homes in the city by year’s end, but people displaced by the project have nowhere to live, sources in the capital told RFA.

Spectacular Fireball Flies Across Spain
Star gazers in Spain had a rare treat on Friday night, April 16 as a stunning fireball was clearly visible for almost a minute over much of the country when a rock from an asteroid entered the Earth’s atmosphere at an impressive 61,000 kilometres per hour. According to the Astrohita Foundation, while most spectacles of this kind are extinguished immediately or at least within a few seconds, this fireball remained alight for nearly sixty seconds.

Michael Savage Warns of Civil War — ‘You Should Be Very Frightened’
radio legend Michael Savage on Friday warned of a civil war which awaits the U.S. if the left continues to launch assaults on all that Americans hold dear. On his latest weekly podcast, Savage discussed a broad range of issues he sees as breeding grounds for an impending civil war. “What we are seeing is a civil war,” Savage said, before questioning if it can be stopped. Savage then described the “assault” as emanating from all sides and the wars “raging right here at home,” including the “war against the middle class, the suburbs, and white men.”

Facebook Bigwig Donated Millions to Black Lives Matter. Then The Company Censored Criticism of BLM’s Controversial Founder.
Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz has poured over $5 million into a network of nonprofits run by Black Lives Matter leader Patrisse Cullors, according to financial disclosure records, raising questions about whether this relationship played a role in the company’s decision to censor unflattering news articles about the activist last week.

Gunmen blow up oil well in Iraq’s Kirkuk
Unidentified gunmen on Saturday detonated explosive devices at an oil well in Kirkuk province in northern Iraq, according to a local police officer. The officer told Anadolu Agency that Daesh/ISIS terrorists were likely behind the attack that targeted well No. 105 in the Bai Hassan oilfield in Al-Dibs district, northwest of Kirkuk.

Israel and Greece sign record defence deal
Israel and Greece have signed their biggest ever defence procurement deal, which Israel said on Sunday would strengthen political and economic ties between the countries and the two countries’ air forces launched a joint exercise. The agreement includes a $1.65 billion contract for the establishment and operation of a training centre for the Hellenic Air Force by Israeli defence contractor Elbit Systems (ESLT.TA) over a 22-year period, Israel’s defence ministry said.

Deputy chief of Iran’s Quds Force dies of apparent heart attack
The deputy commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps’ Quds Force, Brigadier General Mohammed Hejazi, died Sunday, the IRGC announced. Hejazi died of a “heart condition” the Iranian military said, without providing additional details.

Magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits southern Iran, no casualties reported
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake on Sunday struck Iran’s southern province of Bushehr, where a nuclear power plant is located, but there were no immediate reports of casualties or major damage, state television said. The epicentre of the quake was the town of Rig and hospitals in nearby cities and provinces were on alert, with rescue teams and 50 ambulances sent to the area, a regional official told state TV.

Experiment creates “Planet of the Apes” embryos, Rabbi calls it the sexual sin of the Nephilim
Researchers are injecting human stem cells into monkey embryos and even scientists are disturbed by the ethical implications. For the Biblically minded, the implications are clear.

Russia: Negotiations on Nuclear Agreement have reached drafting stage
Significant progress has been made with regard to the nuclear deal talks taking place in Vienna, Russia’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mikhail Ulyanov, reported on Monday. “To summarize the outcome of two weeks of discussions, we can note with great satisfaction that the negotiations have reached the drafting stage.” Ulyanov wrote in a statement on Twitter.

Russia expels Czech diplomats over spying row
Russia has announced that 20 diplomats from the Czech Republic will be expelled after the Czechs expelled 18 Russian diplomats. The Russian diplomats are suspected of being intelligence operatives involved in an explosion at a Czech arms depot in 2014 which killed two people. Two Russians suspected of carrying out a nerve agent attack in the UK in 2018 are now also being linked to the blast.

Eight arrested as clashes erupt in Jerusalem and Jaffa
Police arrested a total of eight people in Jerusalem and Jaffa on Sunday night after clashes in the two cities between Arabs and Jews. Three protesters were detained in Jaffa detained after clashes broke out in the wake of an attack earlier Sunday on Rabbi Eliyahu Mali, the head of a yeshiva in the predominantly Arab neighborhood of Ajami.

Security Cabinet worried U.S. ‘racing to revive Iran nuclear deal at all costs’
Israel is worried the United States is racing to revive the Iran nuclear deal at all costs, officials said Sunday evening in the conclusion of a Security Cabinet meeting. Assembling for the first time in two months, the Cabinet’s agenda revolved mainly around Iran as tensions between Jerusalem and Tehran were escalating…

Iran says open to talks with Saudi Arabia after media reports
Iran’s foreign ministry has said the country is open to direct talks with Saudi Arabia after media reports said the two regional rivals recently held secret talks in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh…refused to confirm or deny the reported talks on April 9 in Baghdad, but…that media outlets have used “contradictory quotes” and…had a history of fabricating news…

Heaviest rainfall in 40 years triggers flash flooding in Singapore
Heavy downpour caused flash flooding in Singapore on Saturday, April 17, 2021, with up to 161.4 mm (6.3 inches) of rain recorded in the western region from 04:25 to 07:25 UTC (12:25 to 15:25 LT). The amount was equivalent to 91 percent of the country’s average April rain and is among the highest in 40 years.

Biden Has Set The Stage For The UN-Supported Takeover Of The United States By Sparking Out Of Control Antifa Race Riots This Summer
…Federal LEO’s are secretly preparing for massive riots in primarily blue cities. Many of the agents believe that a murder conviction for Chauvin is unlikely. And anything short of a murder conviction will be met with widespread, violent riots. Of course, any police-involved shooting will be met with George Soros-inspired violent riots.

Invasive ‘jumping worms’ spreading through several US states 
The jumping worms originally come from Asia and were officially found in the Midwest by the University of Wisconsin at Madison in 2013. Researchers have been tracking their movements since then. They may have been brought to the United States as fish bait.

US West prepares for possible 1st water shortage declaration
The man-made lakes that store water supplying millions of people in the U.S. West and Mexico are projected to shrink to historic lows in the coming months, dropping to levels that could trigger the federal government’s first-ever official shortage declaration and prompt cuts in Arizona and Nevada.

Strong and shallow M5.9 earthquake hits Iran’s southern province of Bushehr
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the Iranian Seismological Center (ISC) as M5.9 hit Iran’s southern province of Bushehr at 06:41 UTC on April 18, 2021. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). USGS and EMSC are reporting M5.8 at a depth of 10 km.

Kroger closes 2 Southern California stores over $4 per hour ‘hero pay’ ordinance
Retail chain Kroger closed two California stores Saturday after Long Beach City approved a coronavirus “hero pay” ordinance. Hero pay ordinances bump pay for workers in retail stores and pharmacies with 300 or more workers due to the hazards of the COVID-19 pandemic. In Long Beach, eligible workers have seen a $4 per hour increase in their wages.

Arizona Senate Is Ready for Audit of Maricopa County’s 2020 Election Results to Begin – The Democrats Are In a Panic
..Joe Biden became the first Democrat to win Arizona in decades and the first Democrat to win Maricopa County, where Pheonix is located, since Harry Truman.   This came as a surprise to most since when Biden and his unlikable VP Kamala Harris came to Phoenix less than a month before the election almost no one showed up.

The Vatican’s Upcoming ‘Health’ Conference? The Devil’s Making Them Do It
The devil—who not only truly exists—but is now the guiding hand behind Democrats working to destroy America’, sports horns and cloven hoof feet. Dr. Anthony Fauci, his chief earthly Ambassador of the Day, who works to replace Worship of God Almighty with “Science”, sports ‘beakers’ on his perpetual Covid-19 face masks.

Democrat Maxine Waters Calls Biden Supporters To Bloodshed In The Streets If Derek Chauvin Is Not Convicted Of Murder In The Death Of George Floyd
Democrat Maxine Waters is not interested in whether or not Derek Chauvin is actually guilty of the murder of George Floyd, not at all. Democrat Maxine Waters is calling on Biden supporters all over America to riot in the streets and spill blood if Derek Chauvin is not found guilty of murder. This is what it looks like when a banana republic is forming, and that’s exactly what America is being turned into.

Dozens in Central Florida contract COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated
They’re called COVID-19 breakthrough cases — people who have been fully vaccinated yet still contract the virus more than 14 days after their second shot. The cases are popping up around the country, including in Central Florida.

How To Start A War
Joe Biden, or those around him, seem determined to upset the peace they inherited…

Ole Anthony of Trinity Foundation, ‘nemesis of televangelists,’ dies at 82
Ole Anthony, president of the Dallas, Texas-based televangelist accountability group Trinity Foundation and a small congregation that modeled itself on first-century Christianity in lifestyle and mission, died at the age of 82, the church announced.

Iran releases Christian convert imprisoned for ‘membership in evangelistic group’
Authorities in Iran released 37-year-old Christian convert Majidreza Souzanchi from prison after he tested positive for COVID-19. Souzanchi had been arrested in 2017 for his association with a house church and being involved in evangelism. He was released from Tehran Greater Prison about four months earlier than expected.