3 May 2021

Chinese Leader Xi Jinping Lays out Plan to Control the Global Internet: Leaked Documents
Chinese leader Xi Jinping personally directed the communist regime to focus its efforts to control the global internet, displacing the influential role of the United States, according to internal government documents recently obtained by The Epoch Times. In a January 2017 speech, Xi said the “power to control the internet” had become the “new focal point of [China’s] national strategic contest,” and singled out the United States as a “rival force” standing in the way of the regime’s ambitions.

You Know It’s Bad When… CNN Calls Out Biden Over Anti-Science Mask Use
Biden is coming under fire from both sides of the aisle for constantly wearing a mask despite announcing that vaccinated people no longer require face coverings when outdoors. In other words, it’s simply virtue signaling at this point.

Will Biden sacrifice Israel over Iran?
Since the current negotiations among the major powers signatory to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action began with Iran and the participation of the US in 2015, I keep reading analyses and reports of a growing mismatch between American and Israeli positions on the US return to the nuclear deal. I have even been led to imagine that the Biden administration might sacrifice a strong strategic alliance with Israel if it were to oppose his position on returning to the deal.

Iran: Mysterious explosion decimates chemical plant near nuclear facility
A chemical factory near the Iranian city of Qom went up in smoke on Sunday, ABC reports. At least two firefighters were among the injured in the massive blaze. Videos circulating on social media show heavy black smoke emitting from the Movaledan chemical factory which is in the area of Qom. Aside from being one of the Islamic Republic’s prominent religious cities, Qom is also located about 40 kilometers south of Iran’s nuclear facility.

How Bad Will the Tribulation Be?
Revelation 6:9 makes the meaning clear: “When He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the word of God and for the testimony which they held.” Slain is a sacrificial term that means “slaughter, butcher, murder.” God’s people have always experienced persecution in parts of the world, and many have sacrificed their lives for the Gospel throughout the centuries. As the world’s end draws near, persecution will rise to unprecedented levels, and many will be martyred—murdered—for their faith.

From bioweapons to super soldiers: how the UK is joining the genomic technology arms race
Universal Soldier and Captain America are just a few Hollywood movies that have explored the concept of the super-soldier. Despite its sci-fi nature, several countries are looking to explore the potential of such prospects. Darpa intends to explore genetically editing soldiers to turn them into “antibody factories”, making them resistant to chemical or biological attacks.

Netanyahu vows to ‘hit the terrorists hard’ following attack
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel would respond with force following a terrorist shooting attack in Samaria Sunday. Netanyahu wished the victims a swift recovery, while saying he is confident Israeli security forces will bring those responsible to justice.

Washington denies Iran state media report saying prisoner swap agreed
Iranian state television said on Sunday that Tehran would free four Americans accused of spying in exchange for four Iranians held in the United States and the release of $7 billion in frozen Iranian funds. However the US government denied that an exchange was in the works. The state TV, quoting an Iranian official, also said British-Iranian national Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe would be released once Britain had paid off a debt on military equipment owed to Tehran.

Mossad chief discussed Iran with Biden in hour-long meeting
Mossad Director Yossi Cohen had a full hour-long meeting with US President Joe Biden at the weekend, The Jerusalem Post has learned. Channel 12 first reported late Saturday that there had been an interaction between the two on Friday in the course of Cohen’s other meetings but the US State Department declined to comment on the meeting or even to confirm that it had taken place.

America’s demise has come and it was all prophesied by Obadiah, Rabbi reveals
In a recent lecture, Rabbi Isser Z Weisberg declared that era of America as we know it was finished as soon as president Joe Biden was elected. “The American dream is dead and buried. On November 3rd, 2020 the American dream took its last breath. It last was laid to rest on January 6, 2021.”

IDF beefs up forces in West Bank after shooting attack
The IDF continued its manhunt Monday morning after two Palestinian gunmen who shot and wounded three 19-year old seminary students at the Tapuah Junction in the Samaria region of the West Bank the day before. Two of the victims were shot in the head and the chest and rendered unconscious. One was critically injured and another seriously injured, and both are still in the ICU…

Iran wants to balance the US with China – what are the implications?
Iran has been increasing ties to China over the last years, impressively securing a 25-year deal with Beijing. The details of the deal are still obscure but Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei tweeted about the importance of China on Sunday. The point of his message should not be lost on the region, Iran is signaling that it can balance the US role in the region through work with Russia and China.

Fire, explosion at petrochemical plant in Iran
An explosion and fire were reported at a petrochemical plant in the Shokuhieh Industrial Town in the Qom Province of Iran on Sunday, according to Iranian media. Some 150 firefighters and 20 firefighting vehicles worked to extinguish the large fire. Two firefighters were seriously injured and two of the fire trucks caught fire while battling the flames and were destroyed, according to the Iranian Fars News Agency.

Iran foreign ministry denies US hostage swap imminent
Iran’s foreign ministry says a state television report on prisoner swaps with the United States cannot be confirmed as a political rift widens ahead of presidential elections in June. Foreign ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said on Monday that the report could not be confirmed and that the issue of swapping prisoners is being reviewed by both sides.

Tunisia to seek $4bn loan from IMF, PM says
Tunisia will seek a $4bn loan programme from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in talks starting next week, Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi told Reuters news agency, saying politicians faced a “last opportunity” to save the economy. Mechichi said on Friday he expected talks to last about two months and had “confidence” Tunisia could secure financial support…

Syria approves Assad, two others to run in presidential election
Syria’s Supreme Constitutional Court has accepted three applications out of 51 for candidacy for this month’s presidential elections in the war-torn country, state media reported Monday. The largely symbolic election is certain to be won by President Bashar Assad, who was chosen along with two other men, Abdullah Salloum Abdullah and Mahmoud Ahmad Marie, to run.

Two rockets target Baghdad airport base housing US troops
Two rockets targeted an air base at Iraq’s Baghdad airport housing US-led coalition troops on Sunday, in the second such attack in 10 days, a security source said. One of the projectiles was intercepted by the C-RAM counter rocket, artillery and mortar system deployed to protect US troops in Iraq, the source told AFP.

China’s new nuclear submarine armed with missile that ‘could destroy any city in America’
China has unveiled a new nuclear submarine capable of destroying any city on the US mainland. Until now, most US cities had been out of the range of China’s submarine-launched missiles because of the protective “first island chain” – a series of US bases dotted across the Pacific ocean that are all equipped with sophisticated submarine detection systems.

Something Fishy Happening In Miami As Thousands Of Koi Suddenly Die 
“To have so many animals affected by this, something is going on.” 

Violent storm hits China’s Jiangsu Province, claiming lives of 11 people and leaving 102 injured
A violent storm swept through east China’s Jiangsu Province late Friday, April 30, 2021, claiming the lives of at least 11 people and leaving more than 100 injured. 9 people were missing as of Saturday, May 1.

Air Force deploying creepy robot dogs to enhance security at military base in Florida
An Air Force base in Florida has deployed a pack of robot dogs to enhance security at the base.

Panic Sets In, They Know Whats Coming, They Don’t Want You To Know
The big tech machine became wealthier in Biden’s first 100 days. [JB] is pushing for more food stamps, the question is why if the economy is going to be incredible? The [CB] are panicking, they know inflation is coming, they know when this hits it will destroy their system, it will push gold/silver and crypto to the moon, they are doomed.

Scottish mom’s legs turn into a pair of “giant blisters” after first dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine
Sarah Beuckmann of Glasgow, Scotland, felt a tingling sensation in her legs and noticed a rash flaring up around her ankles a week after getting her first dose of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine on March 18.

Jumping worms are wreaking havoc in 15 US states
Jumping worms are wreaking havoc in the ecosystems and garden soils of at least 15 U.S. states. Also known as crazy worms, Alabama jumpers and snake worms, they violently thrash when handled and shed their own tails to escape when put under duress.

Solar-powered desalination device vapories seawater to produce safe drinking water
Researchers developed a solar-powered desalination device that vaporizes saltwater to produce potable water. The unit works thanks to a titanium-based material that captures solar energy and powers evaporation.

Scientists turn single-use plastics into jet fuel
Single-use plastics like plastic bags and plastic bottles could provide airplanes with the fuel they need to fly. In a recent breakthrough, a team of researchers from the University of Delaware found a way to break down single-use plastic waste into smaller carbon molecules, which can be used for jet fuel and diesel.

Trojan labs? Chinese biotech company offers to build COVID testing labs in six states
The state of Washington was the site of the first major coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the U.S. in March last year. As infection rates and the need for tests were spiking, BGI Group – the world’s largest biotech company – approached the state with an enticing offer.

Stanford student government candidate says ‘White people need to be eradicated’
In several tweets dug up from last year, a Stanford University sophomore running for reelection in student government made racist comments against white people, notably saying that “white people need to be eradicated.”

Rev. Patrick Mahoney: For 70 Years the National Day of Prayer Was Held at the U.S. Capitol Building. Not This Year
Christian Defense Coalition director Rev. Patrick Mahoney has been denied a permit to hold a prayer service at the U.S. Capitol during the National Day of Prayer on Thursday May 6, 2021. The U.S. Capitol building has been closed to the public since the day protestors breached the doors of the building back in January 2021, an incident that left five people dead and over 140 injured.

The Fourth Turning: Why America’s “Crisis” May Last Until 2030
There will be a “New World Order” but not the one chosen for us by the Globalist Cabal. They are the cause of the crisis but not the solution…

China shuts down Bible App, Christian WeChat as new crackdown policies on religion go into effect
China’s communist authorities have continued their crackdown on Christianity by removing Bible Apps and Christian WeChat public accounts as new highly restrictive administrative measures on religious staff went into effect Saturday.