8 Jun 2021

Solar storm: ‘High speed’ space weather may hit Earth
A “HIGH-speed” solar storm could clash with our planet, which ultimately could lead to problems with the power grid and satellite technology issues.  Experts monitoring surface activity of the Sun have noticed a sunspot that released a solar flare, or coronal mass ejection (CME). While this flare was released several days ago, it is close to reaching Earth and could hit on June 8.

Iran: Three mysterious explosions devastate country’s infrastructure
Another series of suspicious explosions and accidents in Iran have the Islamist regime scratching their heads and asking if they are the victims of their own incompetence, Israeli ingenuity inspired by a Semitic drive for self-preservation, or perhaps the wrath of the God of Israel. Three explosions in five days On Saturday evening, a large fire broke out in a steel mill in Zarand, Kerman Province leading to a large explosion. A large explosion resulted and though several people were injured, no deaths were reported.

These are the 10 most expensive hurricanes in U.S. history
The 10 most expensive hurricanes in U.S. history, even when damage estimates are adjusted for inflation, all occurred in the past 30 years. All but one of them struck in the 21st century.

National Hurricane Center tracking disturbance in Caribbean: Here’s the forecast
Hurricane forecasters on Monday morning were tracking a disturbance in the Caribbean Sea, according to a 7 a.m. update An area of low pressure is expected to develop over the southwestern Caribbean by Thursday or Friday, and “some development” will be possible after that as the system moves slowly northwest toward Central America,

IAEA: North Korea’s nuclear activities remain ’cause for serious concern’
The head of the United Nations’ atomic watchdog warned on Monday that North Korea’s nuclear activities remain “a cause for serious concern” as there are signs it might be reprocessing spent reactor fuel to extract plutonium which could be used for weapons.

Blinken: Iran’s ‘breakout time’ for nuclear weapons could shrink
Blinken warned on Monday that if Iran continues to violate the 2015 nuclear deal, the “breakout time” it needs to amass enough fissile material for a single nuclear weapon will shrink to weeks.

Supreme Court refuses case to include women in military draft
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court said it won’t take a case, brought by the National Coalition For Men, which challenged the constitutionality of the male-only draft. In a decision with no noted dissenting opinions, the court declined to take the case. In the opinion, Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote that the court had decided to defer the matter to Congress, as it “actively weighs the issue.”

State Dept. leaders were warned not to investigate China’s Wuhan lab leak COVID theory, former officials say
Former State Department officials told Fox News that the department’s leaders were warned against investigating ties between gain of function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) and the origins of COVID-19 due to concerns that such investigative efforts could bring “unwelcome” attention to the U.S. government’s funding for that research. Officials’ confirmation to Fox News … last week on an internal State Department memo it obtained from January 2020, written by Thomas DiNanno, the former acting assistant secretary of the State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, Verification, and Compliance. DiNanno wrote that his bureau and the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, “warned” leaders “not to pursue an investigation into the origin of COVID-19” because it would “‘open a can of worms’ if it continued.”

Biden DOJ proposes new pistol brace rule and model ‘red flag’ gun confiscation legislation
On Monday, the Department of Justice under President Joe Biden introduced model legislation states can use to pass extreme risk protective orders, commonly referred to as “Red Flag” laws, which allow law enforcement to seize a person’s firearms if a judge agrees that they pose a significant enough risk to themselves or others even if they’ve committed no crime.

Biden State Dept refusing term ‘Abraham Accords’
A recent report claims the Biden administration has instructed its State Department to refrain from using the term “Abraham Accords.” Other reports indicate that the current administration is doing substantially more than that; taking actions that endanger peace in the region in order to empower Iran.

‘F–k Israel’ spotted in background of popular Nintendo game
Nintendo recently apologized for anti-Israel graffiti visible in one of its video games, as well as any resulting ramifications from the offensive message. A child playing the video game Nintendo Splatoon 2 took a screenshot on May 18 of a wall in the game that showed the phrase “Fxck Israel,” as if it was graffiti.

Bennett-Lapid gov’t to be sworn in Sunday, Netanyahu heads to opposition
Knesset speaker Yariv Levin announced on Tuesday that the new unity government led by Naftali Bennett and Yair Lapid would be brought to a vote of confidence and be sworn in during a special session of the Knesset on Sunday. Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid congratulated the setting of the date for the vote, tweeting “It’s happening!”

Jordan’s tribal problems continue – analysis
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, one of the most stable countries in the region, is going through internal difficulties as King Abdullah II tries to deal with some troubles with the previously very loyal tribal communities. While far from the coup initially claimed by an American newspaper, the troubles that began with the house arrest of former Crown Prince Hamzah, the king’s half-brother, have spread to some tribal communities.

iOS15: China exempt from Apple ‘private relay’ privacy feature
Apple has announced a raft of new privacy protections at its annual software developer conference. They include a function called “private relay”, where users’ web browsing behaviour can be hidden from Apple, internet providers and advertisers. Apple has been under pressure to cut down on the tracking of user data.

IAEA urges Iran to explain uranium particles at undeclared sites
The head of the global nuclear watchdog is deeply concerned that Iran has still not explained the presence of uranium particles at three undeclared sites. Rafael Grossi told the International Atomic Energy Agency’s member states that nuclear material or contaminated equipment had been at the locations.

‘Times have changed’: Saudi Arabia-Syria in rapprochement talks
Saudi Arabia is close to reaching an agreement on diplomatic normalisation with President Bashar al-Assad’s government, as Riyadh jockeys to play a lead role in removing the Iranian presence from Syria, Al Jazeera has been told…According to a senior official…“the political mood within the House of Saud has changed, many senior royals, particularly Mohammad bin Salman [MBS] himself, are keen to reengage with Assad”.

Hundreds ordered to evacuate as 2 large wildfires rage in Arizona, U.S.
Two large wildfires are raging in Arizona, U.S., over the past couple of days, forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. The first one, Telegraph Fire, has so far spread through 16 636 ha (41 109 acres) and the other — Mescal Fire, 20 084 ha (49 631 acres) as of Monday, June 7, 2021.

‘Ring of Fire’ – Annular solar eclipse of June 10, 2021
An annular solar eclipse of June 10, 2021, will be visible from northern Canada, Greenland, and Russia, with a partial eclipse visible from northern North America, Europe, and Asia. During the event, a bright ring will surround the moon silhouette at the peak of the eclipse, hence, the Ring of Fire name.

Severe floods and landslides hit Sri Lanka, leaving at least 17 people dead and more than 210 000 affected
At least 17 people have died and more than 271 000 have been affected after heavy rains hit Sri Lanka over the weekend, officials reported on Monday, June 7, 2021. Tens of thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes as days of deluge caused rivers on the island’s southern and western plains to overflow, inundating low-lying areas.

Hard Data Proves Big Pharma Knew Covid Vaccines Would Worsen And Prolong The Pandemic
See Each National Graph Below Showing How Covid Vaccines Are Increasing Mortality Rates And Reversing Downward Death Trends

Vaccine-related serious events in the US hit more than 200,000 – with more than 900 among teens
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said it had received more than 200,000 reports of adverse effects following vaccination for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the CDC’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), data from Dec. 14 of last year until May 14 of this year showed 227,805 post-vaccination adverse events. It also noted 943 adverse events among those aged 12 to 17.

Covid-19 ORIGINS revealed: Vaccine spike proteins are Chinese military bioweapons designed to kill
The cover-up has imploded. Covid-19 was engineered in a lab, and the desperate attempts to hide its true origins are rapidly collapsing

WATCH: Indian Villagers Attack & Chase Away Experimental COVID-19 Team
If there’s one country that knows firsthand the harm these experimental jabs bring, it’s India. India already has a tragic history with vaccines linked to creepy Bill Gates:

Data Banks and Collective Delusions
Every death from, and case of, COVID virus infection can be explained (as I have, over the past year) without the need for, or reference to, a virus.

Pharmakeia, The ‘God Gene’, And Just What Is The Real Target Of The COVID-19 Vaccines That Were Rushed Into Production And Forced On Us?
So, in summary, we have predictions of removing the soul with pharmaceuticals , a study about a gene connected to one’s religious beliefs, a prescription medication that inhibits said gene, and a possible Pentagon briefing presenting a future aerosol virus and vaccine that would eliminate this gene from affecting human behavior, and a vaccine trial participant saying “I can’t feel God; my soul is dead.”

SCOTUS Unanimously Rules Against Illegal Aliens Seeking to Permanently Stay in U.S.
The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Monday held that illegal aliens who were subsequently given Temporary Protected Status (TPS) are not eligible for green cards to permanently remain in the U.S.

A $4,749 Bike Hints at Inflation Peril Looming for U.S. Economy
Customers crowding into U.S. bike shops are often walking out empty-handed — or if they’re lucky, with a bike whose price has repeatedly gone up since last year.

DeSantis Wins: Cruise Line Won’t Require “Vaccine Passports”
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) continues his winning streak.  The cruise line Royal Caribbean International said it will no longer require its passengers to be vaccinated for COVID after initially saying they would.

Mysterious Brain Syndrome Grips Canada
Forty-eight people from the same small Canadian province struck with a baffling mix of symptoms including insomnia, impaired motor function and hallucinations such as nightmarish visions of the dead.

China Beefs Up Latest COVID Lockdown In Guangzhou As New Cases Climb
Nationally, the CCP has been focused on rolling out COVID-19 vaccines to an increasingly younger group of patients