13 Jun 2021

Earthquakes Shake Caribbean; New Volcanic Eruption Possible
A series of earthquakes have rocked the Caribbean today and scientists are concerned that another volcanic eruption is possible in the Lesser Antilles on the island of Martinique. 17 earthquakes struck the Caribbean today, with most around western and southern Puerto Rico.

Macron says G7 countries should work together to tackle toxic online content
“The third big topic that could benefit from efficient multilateralism and that we’re going to bring up during this G7 summit is online regulation,” Macron said. “This topic, and I’m sure we’ll talk about it again, is essential for our democracies.” Really?

France and its partners work on financing mechanism for Lebanon – Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday he was working with international partners to create a financial mechanism to ensure important public services can continue to work in Lebanon despite its deep political and economic crisis.

Palestinian teenager killed in West Bank protests, riots continue in Acre
in Acre, dozens of Arab residents began to protest following the arrests of residents due to their involvement in last months riots, according to N12.

Biden halts program that brings down cost of insulin, EpiPens
One focus during the Trump administration was lowering prescription drug costs, especially for low-income individuals. When he struck a deal with Big Pharma to lower the cost of insulin and epinephrine (EpiPens) for low-income patients, the White House rightly celebrated the accomplishment. Now the Biden administration has halted that initiative. Why does Joe Biden want to raise the price of such lifesaving drugs to those in greatest economic need?

Rep. Chip Roy Unveils Bill Banning Chinese Communist Party Members from Buying U.S. Land
Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) will introduce legislation Friday designed to ban Chinese Communist Party (CCP) members from purchasing land in the U.S., according to The Spectator. Currently, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) reviews some purchase agreements by foreign entities who seek to acquire land in the U.S. The Securing America’s Land from Foreign Interference Act will be put forward by Roy and fellow Texas Republican lawmakers Reps. Lance Gooden and Randy Weber.

After Inflation Earnings of Americans Have Declined in Every Month of the Biden Presidency
The real earnings of American workers fell for the fifth consecutive month in May as inflation erased all of the month’s wage gains and more. Real average hourly earnings for working Americans fell 0.1 percent in May compared with April, data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Thursday show.

Gallup poll on same-sex ‘marriage’ a wake-up call to Church
The newest poll of Americans shows an overwhelming majority supports same-sex “marriage,” and a prominent pastor lays the blame on the Church whose influence appears to be waning. According to Gallup, a record-high 70% no longer oppose two men being recognized as husband and husband after public acceptance has continually rose since Gallup first polled the public on the issue in 1996. That first-ever poll showed 27% in favor a quarter-century ago.
Dr. Robert Jeffress, who leads First Baptist Church in Dallas, did not hold back: the Church has dropped the ball. “I think it’s an indictment against the Church of Jesus Christ,

Biden a ‘devout’ Catholic? Record says it ain’t so, Joe
The list from the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights includes executive orders, policy statements, administration rules, and Cabinet appointments that go against Catholic teaching; his budget, which doesn’t have Hyde Amendment pro-life protections; an Executive Order allowing boys into girls’ school bathrooms and locker rooms; and the appointment of Rachel Levine, a man who publicly presents as a woman, to a top position in the Department of Health and Human Services. According to Mike McDonald of the Catholic League, the new president wasted no time in violating his professed faith.

Nikki Haley to ‘Post’: Biden response to rocket attacks ‘not appreciated’
Former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley fell short of condemning US President Joe Biden’s reaction to the recent security escalation between Israel and Hamas, but told The Jerusalem Post that his reaction was “not appreciated.” “If you had 4,500 rockets that went into DC, if any of our allies said they think we need to see restraint on both sides, I don’t think we would be very appreciative,” she said.

Questions raised after US State Dept tweet about Shi’ite charity
“Al-Khoe’i Foundation is a well-regarded international charitable and educational organization that has been doing good work since its establishment in 1989,” read an unusual tweet, without context or explanation, posted by the US State Department’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs on Saturday. A search on Twitter for some background left many perplexed.

Billionaire tax leak deals Biden blow in getting GOP support for IRS funding
The massive leak of billionaires’ tax data has imperiled what support there might have been from Republicans to back President Joe Biden’s plan to give more money and authority to the IRS. On Tuesday investigative nonprofit organization ProPublica released details about the tax returns of thousands of the nation’s wealthiest people, a leak so expansive it covered some 15 years.

Disruption to shipping could delay Christmas orders
Disruption in the global container shipping industry shows no sign of being resolved quickly and could lead to shortages in the run-up to Christmas, say industry experts. An outbreak of Covid-19 in Guangdong province in southern China has caused acute congestion at the region’s ports. As a result, shipments have been delayed, exacerbating tensions within global supply chains.

Texas governor promises to build border wall amid migrant surge
The governor of Texas has vowed to build a wall on its border with Mexico, amid a surge in illegal migration. Republican Greg Abbott said he had allocated $1bn (£706m) in state funds to uphold border security. “While securing the border is the federal government’s responsibility, Texas will not sit idly by as this crisis grows,” Mr Abbott said.

US lawmakers introduce bills targeting Big Tech
US lawmakers have introduced five bills aimed at limiting the power held by Big Tech companies. The bills were drafted after a 16-month investigation into the powers of Amazon, Apple, Google and Facebook. They address topics including data, mergers, and the competitive behaviour of these companies – which could ultimately lead to them being forced to sell some assets.

France’s Macron spars with UK’s Johnson over Brexit geography
French President Emmanuel Macron stepped into the Brexit maelstrom…by sparring with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the post-Brexit geography of the United Kingdom and France. Ever since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in 2016, the two sides have been trying to solve the riddle of what to do about the United Kingdom’s Northern Ireland which has a land border with EU member Ireland.

Israel’s incoming and outgoing leaders prepare for political change
Yamina leader Naftali Bennett marked the morning of his inauguration as Israel’s 13th prime minister with a prayer… Bennett posted an image of himself on Twitter wearing the traditional Jewish tefillin, with Hebrew version of the famous prayer from the Torah: “The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make His countenance shine upon you and be gracious unto you; the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.”

Saudi Arabia bars foreign pilgrims from Hajj due to COVID
No foreign pilgrims will be allowed to perform the Hajj once again this year after Saudi Arabia restricted the annual pilgrimage to citizens and residents, and set a maximum of 60,000 pilgrims in response to the coronavirus pandemic. “Those wishing to perform the hajj must be free of chronic diseases and be vaccinated” and between the ages of 18 and 65, the ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

Northern California under water shortage emergency, farmers warn water is unnecessarily let out to sea
Nearly two million people in Northern California have been placed under a water shortage emergency on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, as a severe drought continues to worsen in much of the western U.S. Mandatory water restrictions have been issued for Santa Clara County, while almost 17 million endangered salmon are being transported to the sea as rivers are drying up.

Northern California under water shortage emergency, farmers warn water is unnecessarily let out to sea
Nearly two million people in Northern California have been placed under a water shortage emergency on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, as a severe drought continues to worsen in much of the western U.S. Mandatory water restrictions have been issued for Santa Clara County, while almost 17 million endangered salmon are being transported to the sea as rivers are drying up. Meanwhile, Lake Mead, the reservoir created by the Hoover Dam on the Nevada-Arizona border and the largest in the U.S., has reached historically low levels as the water dropped to 326.61 m (1 071.57 feet) above sea level. Meanwhile, farmers are warning that water from reservoirs is unnecessarily being let out to sea.

Southwest monsoon advances, tropical low expected to bring heavy rain to areas recently hit by Tropical Cyclone “Yaas”
A Low Pressure Area over the NW Bay of Bengal and adjoining Odisha and Gangetic West Bengal is expected to become more marked today and move WNW across Odisha, Jharkhand and north Chhattisgarh over the next 3 to 4 days, bringing widespread rainfall activity with isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall over Odisha, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal & Sikkim, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Vidharbha, Telangana during the next 5 – 6 days.

Pfizer vaccine linked to heart inflammation in young men, Israeli experts conclude
In a preliminary report submitted Tuesday, June 1, to Israel’s Ministry of Health, researchers found a probable link between the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine and cases of heart inflammation following vaccination.

Remember that ‘ALL totalitarian regimes control people through protein starvation’ as these ‘two most precious commodities for the coming months’ come under ‘attack’
With hackers now going after the largest meat packing plant in the world, JBS SA, leading to supply chain fears as meat packaging plants are shuttered and some of world’s largest slaughterhouses globally are shut down just the latest signs that the closures are spreading as reported in this Reuters News story, videographer ‘Ice Age Farmer’ warns in the first video at the bottom of this story that the World Economic Forum’s “cyberpandemic” has hit our food supply, as the biggest animal protein producer in the world.

SHOCKING JUMP in Vaccine Deaths Reported This Week at CDC-Linked VAERS Tracking Website
There are more US deaths related to vaccines in 2021 in less than 5 months than there were the entire past decade. The number of deaths linked to vaccines this year has absolutely skyrocketed. According to the CDC’s own data, in 2021 n the first 3 months, the VAERS website recorded over 1,750 deaths due to vaccines in the US.

Joe Biden At G7 Announces $40,000,000,000,000 Plan To ‘Build Back Better For The World’ In Stunning Globalist Move Towards Great Reset
The first time I heard Joe Biden’s campaign slogan of ‘Build Back Better’, it struck me as strange because it was just so clunky and inherently meaningless. Build what back, better than what, it just kind of hovers in the ether, meaning nothing and saying nothing. But as it turns out, it says a lot, so much so that it turns out to be the main slogan to the impending New World Order of the United Nations. What an odd choice for a campaign slogan for a United States candidate for president, unless….

Half of all COVID unemployment relief was stolen – and most of of the $400 billion in illegally-claimed handouts were funneled to Russia, China and Nigeria, experts claim
Up to $400 billion in COVID unemployment relief was stolen – and more than half that cash was funneled to criminals in Russia, China and Nigeria, it was claimed.

Nevada Governor Found Hoarding Hydroxychloroquine After Banning Drug by Bronson Stocking
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, Democrat, had a kneejerk reaction to President Trump’s optimism about a malaria drug that might be an effective treatment for the Wuhan coronavirus. Trump was hopeful about the drug, so anti-Trump Democrats like Sisolak were against it.