Asteroid Potentially Bigger Than the Eiffel Tower to Fly Past Earth Next Week
The huge space rock, known as 2021 KT1, will make a close approach to our planet on June 1 at around 10:24 a.m. EDT.
Russian spy ship has been operating secretly off shore of Hawaii
A Russian spy ship parked in international waters off Kauai for several days has delayed a Missile Defense Agency missile test, officials said. U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor said in a statement that it “is aware of the Russian vessel operating in international waters in the vicinity of Hawaii, and will continue to track it through the duration of its time here.
SolarWinds hackers strike 150 organizations
The campaign, which Microsoft called an active incident, targeted 3,000 email accounts across 150 organizations, mostly in the United States, he said. But the targets are in at least 24 countries. At least a quarter of the targeted organizations are said to be involved in missions including international development and human rights work.
Popeyes under criminal investigation after store posted sign saying, ‘Will reserve the right to refuse service to white people’
A photo of the sign — which was reportedly affixed to an area in the restaurant’s drive-thru — was widely circulated across social media platforms Wednesday, and said, “Effective 6-1-21 This restaurant is under new management and will reserve the right to refuse service to white people. We apologize for any inconvenience. Signed, General Manager, Mason.” The restaurant was forced to close on Wednesday over the outcry.
History repeating? Foreign missions scrambling to exit Afghanistan to keep up with US troops
West is unsure about ‘continuation and survival of the incumbent government’ and fears a ‘Saigon moment’ In latest indication of international community’s rush to depart Afghanistan, the closing of the Australian embassy was announced this week.
Canadian soldier who spoke at anti-lockdown rally, against COVID-19 vaccine charged with mutiny
A member of the Canadian Armed Forces has been charged with mutiny for speaking out against the COVID-19 vaccine and urging colleagues not to help with vaccine distribution. Officer Cadet Ladislas Kenderesi has been charged with one count of persuading another person to join in a mutiny and one count of behaving in a scandalous manner unbecoming of an officer, according to the Ottawa Citizen.
Daily Caller Sues Racist Chicago Mayor For Blacklisting White Journalists
The lawsuit, filed by Daily Caller and Judicial Watch in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, alleges that Lightfoot’s denial violates the plaintiffs’ First Amendment rights, as well as Catenacci’s right to equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment. “It’s absurd that an elected official believes she can discriminate on the basis of race,” said DCNF Editor-in-Chief Ethan Barton. “Mayor Lightfoot’s decision is clearly blocking press freedom through racial discrimination.”
Oregon Is Proof That Leftist Politics Ultimately Lead To Tyranny And Decay
What kind of abysmal social and economic conditions would make at least five separate counties of US voters want to flee a state to join the borders of another state? Well, all it takes is a cult of insane Marxists running the entire state into the ground from the safety of their metropolitan communes while demanding that people submit their undying fealty to the draconian medical mandates of an elitist minority. Yeah, things have to get pretty bad to inspire so many people into leaving and taking half the state with them.
China Warns Australia’s Military Is “Weak”, Will Be “First Hit” In Any War With Western Alliance
Beijing voiced specific threats and warnings via its state-run English language mouthpiece Global Times, which recently wrote, “Australia’s military is too weak to be a worthy opponent of China, and if it dares to interfere in a military conflict for example in the Taiwan Straits, its forces will be among the first to be hit.”
Brazil on drought alert, faces worst dry spell in 91 years
Brazil’s government agencies warned of droughts this week as the country faces its worst dry spell in 91 years, increasing fears of energy rationing, hitting hydroelectric power generation and agriculture while raising the risk of Amazon fires. Late on Thursday, the Electricity Sector Monitoring Committee (CMSE), which is linked to Brazil’s Mines and Energy Ministry, recommended that the water regulator ANA recognize a state of “water scarcity,” after a prolonged drought hit Central and Southern parts of Brazil along the Paraná river basin.
Autonomous drones may have ‘hunted down’ and attacked troops in Libya without human control – UN report
A UN report found that autonomous drones armed with explosive devices may have “hunted down” fleeing rebel fighters in Libya last year. If true, the report chronicles the world’s first true robot-on-human attack. According to the report, anti-government Libyan National Army fighters, under military commander Khalifa Haftar, were retreating last March following an unsuccessful attack on Tripoli, when they ran into a swarm of terrifying aerial opponents.
Cambridge, Mass., adopts a resolution critical of Israel
For the second time in two years, the City Council of Cambridge, Massachusetts, has rejected an effort to formally discourage municipal contracts with Hewlett-Packard and other companies that do business with Israel. the council adopted a substitute measure that commits to reviewing all city contracts for ties to companies that “perpetuate violations of international human rights laws.” That measure recognizes destructive attacks by the Israeli government against Palestinians while also affirming Israel’s right to exist and defend itself.
Iranian agents linked to terrorist plot in Sweden against dissidents
Two refugees who entered Sweden in 2015 with claimed Afghani identities are believed to be agents for the Islamic Republic of Iran who sought to execute a terrorist plot against Iranian dissidents opposed to the theocracy in Tehran. Bulletin, a Swedish online newspaper, reported last week Sweden’s security police arrested Salma K. and Fouad M. in April for planning an act of terrorism within the territory of Sweden, and it has turned out that they are not Afghani nationals.
Biden: antisemitic attacks ‘despicable, unconscionable, un-American’
“These attacks are despicable, unconscionable, un-American, and they must stop. I will not allow our fellow Americans to be intimidated or attacked because of who they are or the faith they practice,” the statement reads. “We cannot allow the toxic combination of hatred, dangerous lies, and conspiracy theories to put our fellow Americans at risk,”
Hamas leader: 10,000 suicide bombers inside Israel ready to protect Temple Mount
“What has happened is but a drill for what will come if Israel violates the Al-Aqsa Mosque,” Sinwar said in an address to his people on Wednesday. “The occupation (Israel) must know — Al-Aqsa has men who will defend it.” He claimed there are “10,000 suicide bombers in Israel” willing to respond to any Israeli “violations.”
Hamas leader admits using human shields and targeting Israeli cities
Hamas co-founder Mahmoud al-Zahar told Britain’s Sky News that Israel has no right to exist, that they targeted Israeli civilians with rockets, and justifies using his own people as human shields, claiming it is all acceptable according to international law.
US troops exposed nuclear weapons secrets on flashcard apps, report says
Flashcards used by U.S. troops to help memorize nuclear security protocols have exposed highly specific information about the locations and protective measures for nuclear weapons vaults at all six military bases in Europe that are reported to store nuclear devices, according to Bellingcat on Friday.
‘Cairo wants ceasefire deal to include prisoner swap’
The head of Egypt’s General Intelligence Service (GIS), Abbas Kamel, is expected to visit the Gaza Strip in the coming days as part of Cairo’s ongoing efforts to maintain the Israel-Hamas ceasefire, Egyptian sources said on Saturday. Palestinian sources said that Egypt was seeking a long-term ceasefire deal that would include the reconstruction of the Gaza Strip and a prisoner exchange agreement between Israel and Hamas.
Mount Nyiragongo: Why DR Congo fears the explosive power of a lake
A sinister threat is lurking beneath a lake near the city of Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Scientists say underground magma has been flowing toward Lake Kivu since the deadly eruption of the nearby Mount Nyiragongo volcano on Saturday. An eruption from under the lake could trigger the release of a lethal, suffocating cloud of gas, experts fear.
Don’t take on China alone, says ex-Australia PM Kevin Rudd
Countries should unite against China’s growing economic and geopolitical coercion or risk being singled out and punished by Beijing, former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has told the BBC. Mr Rudd said governments in the West should not be afraid to challenge China on issues such as human rights. Around the world, countries are navigating a new geopolitical order framed by the rising dominance of China.
Taksim Square: Erdogan inaugurates controversial mosque in Istanbul
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has inaugurated a mosque in Taksim Square, Istanbul – the plans for which sparked a wave of protests in 2013. Thousands attended the ceremony, with some praying in the square itself because the mosque was full. The mosque features prominently next to a public space traditionally seen as a symbol of the secular Turkish republic.
Belarus plane diversion: Putin plays down crisis at talks with Lukashenko
Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed Western outrage over the diversion of a Ryanair jet to the Belarus capital from where a dissident and his girlfriend were seized. During talks in the Russian resort city of Sochi, Mr Putin and his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko spoke of “an outpouring of emotion”. The EU has since urged Europe-based airlines to avoid Belarusian airspace.
Biden budget: President sets out $6tn spending plan
US President Joe Biden has released his first annual budget – a $6tn (£4.2tn) spending plan that includes steep tax increases for wealthier Americans. The bumper proposal would include huge new social programmes and investment in the fight against climate change. But it needs approval from Congress, where Republican Senator Lindsey Graham condemned it as “insanely expensive”.
China Warns Australia’s Military Is “Weak”, Will Be “First Hit” In Any War With Western Alliance
“Australia must not think it can hide from China if it provokes.”
97 rivers across China exceed warning levels as country prepares for another heavy flood season
Rainy season came early to China this year and 97 rivers across the country are already exceeding warning levels as of Thursday, May 27, 2021. This represents a rise of about 10% compared to 2020, a record-breaking year when it comes to rainfall and floods. With rivers in parts of southern China already experiencing record highs and precipitation expected to rise further in the weeks ahead, authorities are fortifying flood defenses ahead of what looks to be yet another heavy flood season.
Extreme rainfall event – Rare Red Warning for Heavy Rain issued for Canterbury region of South Island, New Zealand
The New Zealand MetService has issued a rare Red Warning for Heavy Rain for the Canterbury region of South Island for the weekend. Meteorologists warn this could be the most significant rainfall for the region in 10 years. Heavy rain is also expected over other parts of central New Zealand, and severe gales over the South Island’s west coast.
Fauci In 2012: Gain-Of-Function Research ‘Worth Risk Of Lab Accident Sparking Pandemic’
America’s top virologist, Anthony Fauci, argued in 2012 that the risks of a lab accident sparking a pandemic are outweighed by the potential benefits of manipulating viruses via gain-of-function research, according to previously unsurfaced remarks reported by Sharri Markson via The Australian.
WATCH: Nigel Farage Exposes Massive Military Border Operation Importing Thousands of Gang Members Into U.S.
It took Nigel Farage coming from the UK to dig into what’s really happening on the U.S. border. In Pinal County, Arizona it’s a full scale military invasion.
Millions of face masks officially declared dangerous
Step one: breathe in nanoparticles of graphene. Step two: therefore develop a so-called major COVID symptom—lung infection. Step three: test false-positive on the PCR test (happens millions of times, as I’ve documented). Boom, you’re a COVID case
Despite record-breaking drought conditions, California officials are draining reservoirs
The Golden State is entering yet another severe dry season and the state government is responding by draining all the reservoirs and dumping all that precious fresh water straight into the ocean.
Australian nurse hospitalized with three blood clots after receiving AstraZeneca vaccine
An 18-year-old trainee nurse in Brisbane, Australia, suffered multiple blood clots after receiving AstraZeneca’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
Papers, please: Oregon demands that residents show “proof of vaccination” in order to live life
In order to take off your mask in Oregon, Gov. Kate Brown is demanding that everyone get injected for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) and show proof on demand.
In 2021 Post-Pandemic New York City, Homelessness, Mental Illness And Open Drug Use Skyrocket As Nearly Every Type Of Violent Crime On The Rise
Post-pandemic New York City is a dystopian nightmare with violent crime, homelessness and drug addicts openly shooting up rising across the board, and this scene is being played out and repeated all across the country in states run by Democrat mayors and governors. If you thought the COVID nightmare was coming to an end, it’s not, it’s gathering strength and transforming itself into something much larger and more deadly than any virus.
GEORGIA: Fulton County Election Board Hires Top Criminal Defense Attorneys After Judge Allows 2020 Election Audit – National File
The Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections has hired two defense attorneys from a highly prestigious legal firm, and filed paperwork to halt a motion to unseal and inspect absentee ballots that was granted by a judge last week.
30,000+ Swedes Suffer Adverse Side Effects After Receiving CCP Virus Vaccine
The vaccine talk is relentless. Everywhere you go those who are vaccinated will be sure to tell you they got the shot.
Heart Inflammation After COVID-19 Vaccination Seen Across US
Cases of heart inflammation in people who received a COVID-19 vaccine have been recorded in states across the country, U.S. health officials say.
WATCH: Oregon school board may require classrooms to fly BLM, pride flags
An Oregon school board updated a policy to mandate that each classroom in the school district display a Black Lives Matter and “progressive pride” flag or poster.
Buchanan: Does Our Diversity Portend Disintegration?
Is there no limit to the racial, religious, ideological, political, cultural and ethnic diversity the nation can accommodate before it splinters…