8 Jul 2021

The Dangerous Return To Amillennialism By Many Church Leaders
Why even bring up the topic of amillennialism? I do so because a great many pastors today subscribe to some form of this errant teaching that denies the prophesied restoration of a kingdom for Israel as well as the biblical promise of Jesus’ millennial reign before the eternal state.

Microsoft releases emergency Windows update to deal with PrintNightmare vulnerability
Earlier, Microsoft responded to the security advisories mentioned in last week’s PrintNightmare Vulnerability releasedEmergency patch update. The vulnerability exists in the Windows Print Spooler service, through which hackers can remotely run code on the victim’s computer with system-level permissions, perform operations such as installing malicious programs, deleting or modifying data, and creating new accounts with full permissions. At present, Microsoft has found that someone is using PrintNightmare,… The risk of this vulnerability is defined as “critical level.”

Town in Arctic Circle matches Miami’s highest temperature this year
Banak, Norway, reached a high of 94 F (34.3 C) on Monday. This was flanked by highs of 93 F (33.7 C) on Sunday and 89 F (31.7 C) on Tuesday. Temperatures of this level are more typically seen in lower (more southern) latitudes. In fact, the high of 94 F (34.3 C) on Monday matched the highest temperature recorded in Miami, Florida, so far this year.

Tensions Run High On Border As Crisis Worsens
“There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t read a paper or a report from my agents that talks about criminal aliens, sexual offenders that they’ve apprehended out there,” newly appointed Acting Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said at an event in Del Rio on June 24. “In 25 years, I’ve never personally carried a gun. In the last five months, I carry one every single day. That ought to tell you all you need to know.” He attributes the dramatic increase in illegal traffic to the Biden administration’s policies and doesn’t see help coming from Washington.

Largest Teachers’ Union Quietly Scrubs Pro-CRT Agenda Items From Website
The nation’s largest teachers’ union has quietly taken down a series of adopted and proposed resolutions from its website, including one that calls for the organization to defend the teaching of Marxism-rooted critical race theory (CRT) in public schools. Among the now-hidden approved resolutions was Business Item 39, which would cost the union at least $127,600 to advance a pro-CRT agenda. According to the plan, the NEA would share and publicize information about “what CRT is and what it is not,”

Iran Looking to Establish Bases on Israel’s Eastern Border
The Kingdom of Jordan, the Muslim country with by far the longest border with Israel may soon become the Jewish state’s newest threat. Jordan, a dessert kingdom, has very few natural resources and after two years of coronavirus and a rapidly growing level of political instability as witnessed recently in an attempted coup, Israel is watching closely if its closest neighbor along the eastern front looks to become the next failed Arab state.

Death Valley to see another round of record-rivaling temps
High heat in Death Valley pushed the mercury up to 128 degrees Fahrenheit about three weeks ago, far above what’s normal there for this time of year. And another round of above-average heat was building in the region, which could send temperatures just as high over the weekend. Sunday’s high in Death Valley is forecast to reach 130 degrees, which would be within four degrees of the record set there in 1913 of 134.

New GOP Proposal Would Allow Users to Sue Social Media Platforms
House Republicans Wednesday proposed a new framework for dealing with big tech companies that would expedite antitrust cases and allow users to sue platforms for censoring their speech. The agenda, released by House Judiciary Committee ranking member Jim Jordan (R., Ohio), outlines specific proposals Republicans on the committee will attempt to include in legislation. The roadmap calls for legislation that would “speed up and strengthen antitrust enforcement, hold Big Tech accountable for its censorship, and increase transparency around Big Tech’s decisions.”

Oil prices fall for a third day as OPEC+ uncertainty lingers
Oil prices fell for a third day on Thursday amid anxiety that supply may rise after the collapse this week of talks among major producers, potentially causing the current output agreement to be abandoned.

Series of attacks target U.S. personnel in Iraq and Syria
U.S. diplomats and troops in Iraq and Syria were targeted in three rocket and drone attacks in the past 24 hours, U.S. and Iraq officials said on Wednesday, including at least 14 rockets hitting an Iraqi air base hosting U.S. forces, wounding two American service members.

Lod imam to be indicted for incitement
An indictment will be filed on Thursday in the Ramla Magistrate’s Court against Sheikh Yusuf Albaz, the Imam of the Great Mosque in Lod, after he published an inciting post against police officers. Justice Erez Melamed of the Magistrate’s Court ruled that Albaz’s remarks were not “legitimate criticism but incitement, using social media networks and turning them into a tool for escalating hatred and spreading evil and fear.”

18 Nigerian villagers killed by Islamist Militants
Islamist militants killed 18 people when they attacked a village in northeast Nigeria on Wednesday, two local officials said. Two churches and a house belonging to a local resident were set on fire, said Mohammed Aminu, the chairman of Adamawa state emergency agency.

Taliban loots families homes and evicts them
Taliban … in northern Afghanistan last month evicted families and looted and torched their homes in apparent retaliation for cooperating with the Kabul government, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday. Last month, the Taliban published on Twitter an order to “military officials” to safeguard public property and “behave well with the general public.”

Rocket attack targets US embassy in Baghdad’s Green Zone -Iraqi security
Two rockets were fired at the US embassy inside Baghdad’s Greene Zone early on Thursday, Iraqi security sources told Reuters. The embassy’s anti-rocket system diverted one of the rockets, said one of the sources – a security official whose office is inside the Green Zone. The second rocket fell near the zone’s perimeter, security officials said.

Recent Iran blast appears ‘designed to disrupt supply of centrifuges to nuclear sites’
The reported June 23 blast that rocked a building linked to Iran’s nuclear program in the city of Karaj, west of Tehran, appears to have disrupted the ability of the Islamic Republic to feed key nuclear program sites with new centrifuges.

IDF used autonomous AI drones in Gaza: This rabbi claims it’s a sign of Gog-Magog
A report in New Scientist one week ago claimed that in the conflict between Israel and Gaza in May, the IDF used swarms of drones guided by artificial intelligence to eliminate Hamas terrorists. One rabbi claims that according to Kabalah, this is precisely the technology to be used in the war of Gog and Magog. “For the first time, artificial intelligence was a key component and power multiplier in fighting the enemy,

President of Haiti assassinated
President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, has been assassinated, the country’s prime minister announced Wednesday. Interim prime minister Claude Joseph announced that Moise was apparently shot and killed at his home overnight.

Terrorist Ahmed Jibril, founder of PFLP, dies in Damascus
The founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Ahmed Jibril, died today, Wednesday, in Damascus at the age of 83. Jibril has been involved over the years in many terrorist attacks against Israelis – both in the territory of the State of Israel and in Lebanon. Over the years he has enjoyed great support from Iran and its Lebanese terrorist arm Hezbollah.

US slams punitive razing of family home of Tapuach junction terrorist
The United States slammed the IDF razing of the West Bank family home of Muntasir Shalabi, who is accused of killing Yehuda Guetta, 19, in a drive by shooting at the Tapuach junction in the beginning of May. “The home of an entire family should not be demolished for the actions of one individual,” the US Embassy spokesperson in Jerusalem said on Thursday.

Lavish Second Temple period building found by Western Wall in Jerusalem
A grandiose building dating back to the Second Temple period has been unearthed adjacent to the Western Wall in Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Western Wall Heritage Foundation announced on Thursday. The structure contained two imposing rooms which might have been used to welcome important dignitaries visiting the city and the Temple.

Facebook warns JAMA study on children’s COVID masks ‘false news,’ sharers will be punished
Facebook is warning users against sharing a study that found dangerously high carbon-dioxide intake in masked schoolchildren, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics. “Pages and websites that repeatedly publish or share false news will see their overall distribution reduced and be restricted in other ways,” the warning says…

The growing Gulf rivalry that’s pushing up oil prices
A bitter public rift between the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia over oil production quotas this week caused talks between the world’s biggest oil-producing nations to be abandoned and left energy markets in limbo, pushing oil prices to a six-year high…The problem began last week, when the UAE rejected a proposal by Opec+ leaders Saudi Arabia and Russia to extend output curbs for another eight months.

Iran says concern over its enriched uranium metal process ‘unnecessary’
Iran’s decision to produce uranium metal enriched to 20% purity is solely for peaceful purposes, an Iranian foreign ministry spokesperson said on Wednesday, adding that Tehran will reverse its nuclear steps as soon as U.S. sanctions are lifted. “Contrary to the claims of the United States and the European powers… this measure is solely for peaceful purposes and it is for use at Tehran Research Reactor,”…

Nigeria: Parents cry out to God for safe return of 140 students, staff abducted from Christian school
Parents of the more than 140 students abducted from a Christian boarding school in Nigeria have been holding vigil outside the school, crying out to God and praying for the safe return of their children and staff.

Surprise!? Womens’ Rights Group Urge Newsom To End Prison Transgender-Mixing After Numerous Attacks, Rapes
“One woman went in there with two naked men showering who still had penises,”

Tropical Storm “Elsa” about to make landfall over north Florida Gulf coast, U.S.
Tropical Storm “Elsa” is approaching the northern Florida Gulf coast at a speed of 22 km/h (14 mph) with maximum sustained winds of 100 km/h (65 mph), as of 12:00 UTC (08:00 EDT) on July 7, 2021. On the forecast track, Elsa will make landfall along the north Florida Gulf coast by late this morning or this afternoon (LT). The storm should then move across the southeastern and mid-Atlantic United States through Thursday, July 8.

San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Admits “We’ll Corrupt Your Kids”
A cringe video posted by the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus last week warns Americans, “We’ll convert your children.”

New Zealand Health Minister: Gov’t Will Be “Chasing Out” Unvaccinated People
New Zealand’s COVID-19 Response Minister warned that the government soon will begin “chasing out” people who still haven’t gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.

Mass vaccination sites all over the country are SHUTTING DOWN as demand for experimental vaccines plummets
The United States’ rapid mobilization to vaccinate all Americans against the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has failed. Many mass vaccination sites all over the country are shutting down.

Woman left unable to speak after receiving second dose of AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine 
A 43-year-old woman in the U.K. was left unable to speak after getting the second dose of the AstraZeneca Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine. Artist Sofia Gomes believes that the vaccine caused her to suffer a “severe allergic reaction” after getting the vaccine on May 19. Prior to the second dose, she experienced leg pain and a high fever after her first AstraZeneca vaccine dose last March.

Researchers find “underwater Stonehenge” beneath Lake Michigan
The prehistoric monument Stonehenge is still largely mysterious to archaeologists and historians, and now it looks like the U.S. has a stone-based mystery of its own to solve.

New battery technology to take electric VTOL vehicles off the ground
A team of researchers has looked into a new kind of battery to power electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) vehicles. According to the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) researchers, batteries for eVTOL vehicles have special requirements. Given these requirements, the scientists say the batteries will be built with these specific specifications in mind.

IRS denies tax exemption to Texas religious group because prayer supports the Republican party 
An Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official denied tax-exempt status to a Texas religious group that encouraged church members to pray for state and national leaders, because it apparently benefited the private interests of the Republican Party.

Doctors Diagnose 17-Year-Old Student With A Heart Condition After Receiving The Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine That Began Starving His Cells Of Oxygen
Imagine you are the parent of a high school teenager, perfectly healthy and not at risk for the coronavirus to any high degree. Your teenager’s school says he must receiving the COVID-19 vaccine or he will not be allowed to enter and attend class. So you take your son down to receive his Pfizer COVID-19 jab, only to find that a week later he now has a heart condition that if doesn’t get immediate medical attention will likely die. The kicker is this kid already had COVID and beat it easily, but the Pfizer shot nearly killed him.

Fleet Of 10 UFOS Spotted Flying In Formation Over The International Space Station Captured On NASA Live Stream Over The Atlantic Ocean
Two weeks ago, the long-awaited report by the Pentagon on 144 instances of UFOs, or as they say Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon, concludes that 143 of the cases looked at defied any sort of earthly explanation. They could not be connected to any military or technology program to any government of any nation on the face of the Earth. In short, the Pentagon has just admitted that UFOs existing outside of human technology do in fact exist. And boy, do they ever.

Police departments across the nation struggling to replace lost officers
Some of the nation’s biggest police departments are experiencing concerning drops in officer numbers, and a big factor behind this sad situation is the anti-police activism seen in the wake of the George Floyd incident.

Nancy Pelosi Directs Capitol Hill Security Police Units to Regional Offices in California and Florida, Future Locations Coming
In a remarkable display of how committed the Democrat party is to utilizing the narrative of domestic extremism for their own benefit, Nancy Pelosi is placing satellite field offices for the DC Capitol Police in key regions around the country.  When we consider the FBI has field offices all over the country, you might ask: why does the Capitol Hill police need to expand beyond Washington DC?

‘Cash For Junkies’ – California Dems Want To Pay Meth Addicts To Seek Treatment
‘Here, take this money – just promise us you won’t spend it on more drugs’.