Kim Jong admits North Korea running out of food as packet of coffee costs $100
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong-un has admitted that the country is witnessing a severe food crisis. In a recent meeting, Kim acknowledged the grim situation and said North Korea’s food supply is strained and “getting tense”, according to a report in CNN.
New Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi Dangerous for Israel
The election of a hard-line Islamic extremist shows exactly where Iran is heading, for those who might not have realized. Raisi was handpicked by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and is nicknamed ‘The Butcher of Tehran.’ Raisi was a member of the so-called ‘death commission,’ a body that oversaw the disappearing and secret executions of thousands of political prisoners in Iran.
56 House Republicans Call On Biden To Fire Harris From Border Crisis Role
Fifty-six House Republicans are urging President Joe Biden Thursday to remove Vice President Kamala Harris from her role in handling the border crisis. Republican Wisconsin Rep. Glenn Grothman is leading the charge, noted on Twitter that Harris has yet to visit the border. Harris was tapped by Biden to lead the administration’s response to the border crisis in March, and has faced bipartisan criticism for avoiding the border.
China’s new law lets government target tech firms over data
A new law passed this week by China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) will give the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) the power to shut down companies in possession of user data deemed important or critical by officials. China’s Data Security Law, passed June 14, gives the government a far greater degree of control over user data held by both state organizations and private companies, including foreign companies.
Japan: Magnitude-5.4 earthquake strikes central Hokkaido June 20
A magnitude-5.4 earthquake occurred in central Hokkaido, Japan, at 20:08 June 20. The epicenter was about 31 km (19 miles) northeast of Shimo-Furano. The tremor occurred at a depth of about 158 km (99 miles), and moderate shaking occurred near the epicenter.
Cataclysm on African continent a pending world war
The Nile River has captivated mystery and myth from the time of ancient Greeks, including Herodotus and Alexander the Great. Today she could become the cause of a world at war.
‘Butcher of Tehran’ Raisi wins Iran election amid low turnout
Ebrahim Raisi, a hardline judge under US sanctions for human rights abuses, secured victory as expected on Saturday in Iran’s presidential election after a contest marked by voter apathy over economic hardships and political restrictions.
Turkey is radicalizing extremists to attack Kurdish women
Photos show Deniz Poyraz smiling and happy. But for Turkey’s far-right, she was a threat, a young woman activist who was not a supporter of the increasingly thuggish, Islamist and nationalist government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan. She was murdered last week by a man who appears to be close to the Turkish state. The gunman had served in Syria and enjoyed posing with weapons and nationalist Turkish symbols.
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant has emergency shutdown – state TV
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant has had an emergency shutdown, Iranian state TV said on Sunday, Originally, an official told state TV, “it has been temporarily shutdown since yesterday for technical overhaul, which will continue for a few days.” Iran has witnessed dozens of mysterious fires and explosions across the country since mid-2020, many near nuclear facilities.
Currrent wave of anti-semitism part of Daniel’s prophesied purification before redemption, says rabbi
A rabbi known for his end of days lessons explained that the recent wave of antisemitism that accompanied Hamas’ genocidal attack on Israel was predicted by the Prophet Daniel as a means of weeding out the haters of Israel. “The mini Arab-Israeli war of May 2021 brought many people out of the woodwork; the good and the bad,” Rabbi Weisberg began. “Sadly, the bad outnumbered the good by about ten to one.
Lapid to be first-ever Israeli minister to visit UAE next week
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid plans to visit the United Arab Emirates next week, making him the first Israeli minister on an official visit to the country that made peace with Israel last year. Lapid will be the guest of UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed in Abu Dhabi next Tuesday and Wednesday, and he will dedicate the Israeli embassy in the Emirati capital, as well as the consulate in Dubai.
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant has emergency shutdown – state TV
Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant underwent an emergency shutdown, Iranian media reported on Sunday. The Iranian Atomic Energy Organization reported that a technical defect in the power plant led to the plant being temporarily shut down and disconnected from the national electricity grid, according to the Iranian Fars News Agency.
Bennett to Hamas: Israel’s patience has run out
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warned Hamas on Sunday that Israel’s patience “has run out,” and that it will not tolerate “any more violence” of any kind from the Gaza-based terror group, a month after the end of the latest round of fighting between the two sides. “Residents of Gaza border communities are not second-class citizens, they deserve to live in peace and security,” the prime minister said…
Raisi says Iran’s ballistic missile programme is not negotiable
Iran’s president-elect said he’s not willing to negotiate over Tehran’s ballistic missiles or support for regional militia. Ebrahim Raisi made the comment Monday in a news conference with journalists, his first since winning Friday’s election in a landslide. He called himself “a defender of human rights” after being asked directly about his involvement in the 1988 mass executions of some 5,000 people.
Jordan’s unprecedented palace drama moves to the courtroom
Jordan’s version of a trial of the century gets under way Monday when a relative of King Abdullah II and a former chief of the royal court are to be ushered into the defendants’ cage at the state security court to face charges of sedition and incitement. They are accused of conspiring with a senior royal — Prince Hamzah, a half-brother of the king — to foment unrest against the monarch while soliciting foreign help.
Phoenix sets record for consecutive days of 115-plus degree heat
Phoenix set a new record on Saturday for the fifth consecutive day of 115-plus degree heat, reach dates back to 1895. The temperature reached 115 degrees again on Sunday, pushing the record to six consecutive days.
Tropical Storm Claudette ‘Pretty Much Leveled’ 50 Homes in Alabama
Authorities in Alabama say a suspected tornado spurred by Tropical Storm Claudette demolished or badly damaged at least 50 homes in a small town just north of the Florida border.
Persecution: Government Helicopter Discovers Church’s ‘Unauthorized’ Gathering, Pastor Arrested
The moment that local governments in the Western world began to issue guidance or full-on mandates for religious gatherings in the early days of the pandemic, many were concerned that society had stepped onto a slippery slope.
Judge Rules Christian Baker Jack Phillips Must Make ‘Gender Transition’ Cake
A Colorado baker and self-described cake artist who won a 2018 victory at the Supreme Court faced a related setback this week when a state court ruled in another case that the law requires him to make a cake to celebrate a gender transition.
Department of Veterans Affairs to Pay for Sex Changes… While Over 35,000 Veterans Remain Homeless
The Department of Veterans Affairs is in the beginning stages of enacting a new policy that will pay for transgender veterans to get sex changes.
For 2000 Years The Faithful Knew “The True Meaning Of The Eucharist”—But Now The USCCB Belatedly Decides To ‘Clarify’ It
roverbial big trucks can be driven straight through the foofaraw now ongoing between 60 holier-than-thou Democrat politicians and the politician-like US Conference of Catholic bishops (USCCB) on whether abortion-supporting public officials should be served Holy Communion.
Coronavirus cases in surge across the UK, even though 8 in 10 adults have received the “vaccine”
The United Kingdom is experiencing another surge in Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) cases despite the fact most adults in the country have been vaccinated.
China hacking and penetration of critical U.S. infrastructure systems worse than previous thought
With all of the hacking Russia and China are doing of American systems, we can only hope that American hackers are doing as much or more infiltration and damage to their systems.
Vaccine watchdog ‘closely monitoring’ 4,000 women reporting period problems after getting their jab
THE vaccine watchdog is “closely monitoring” 4,000 women who have reported period problems after getting their Covid jab. A change in menstrual cycle is not included on the list of potential side effects, but thousands of reports have been made – particularly among those aged 30 to 49.
HORRIFIC VIDEO: Puerto Rican Couple Yanked From Their Car and Shot By Mob of Black Men in Chicago
…The shooting took place as people were leaving Chicago’s 43rd Annual Puerto Rican People’s Day Parade, which people from all over the country and Puerto Rico travel to the city to attend. The victims had a large Puerto Rican flag waving from their car when they were approached by a mob of black men and pulled from the vehicle and shot. Police say the couple was “ambushed” by “up to three males.”
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.
IT’S OFFICIAL – Official Data shows more people have died because of the Covid Vaccines in 6 months than people who have died of Covid-19 in 15 months
We can officially confirm that the number of people to have died due to the Covid vaccines has surpassed the number of people who have died of Covid-19.
“Cash Grab” – Feds Seize $85 Million From Hundreds of Safe Deposit Boxes without ‘Any Legal Basis’
The feds seized $85 million in cash, precious metals and family heirlooms stored in about 800 safe deposit boxes in Los Angeles.
Vaccinated people are being TRACKED in real time
Are Vaccinated people being tracked? According to a Russian hacker, they are. CLAIM: Vaccinated People Are Being TRACKED in Real Time via 5G Cellular, and all that data can be hacked-into to track YOU! A Russian hacker found a database that shows covid vaccinated people’s info, vital signs, exact GPS coordinates, sleep status and more. This data is being uploaded in real time directly from the vaccinated person via 5G towers. Think of it as a smart watch (Garmin, Fitbit, etc.) inside your body, tracking your vital signs and GPS location at all times.
Nearly 4,000 fully vaccinated people in Massachusetts have tested positive for coronavirus
Almost 4,000 people in Massachusetts who are fully vaccinated have tested positive for coronavirus, according to new data from the state Department of Public Health.