14 Oct 2021

Tropics Relatively Quiet, Although One Area Being Monitored
While there are currently no tropical depressions, tropical storms, nor hurricanes, there is a disturbance not far from the Bahamas that the National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami, Florida is monitoring for signs of potential development. According to the NHC, satellite-derived wind data and surface observations indicate that a broad low pressure system has formed about 200 miles northeast of the Turks and Caicos.

Democrats Melting Down: GOP Flips Long-Held Blue Seat in Iowa Special Election
Out of Iowa, a legislative seat that has been in Democratic hands for decades is no longer blue. Over the summer, Republicans won back a state senate seat in affluent, suburban, Trump-hostile Connecticut.

NASA to crash DART spacecraft into Dimorphos asteroid in hopes of changing its orbit to test planetary defense systems
On Nov. 24, the SpaceX rocket will launch from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, beginning a Double Asteroid Redirection Test Mission. This rocket will carry the DART spacecraft, which plans to crash into a small 525-foot diameter asteroid named Dimorphos in September of 2022. Dimorphos is not expected to travel within a million miles of Earth, however scientists hope the test will provide insight into developing planetary defense systems in case of an emergency.

Chicago likely to lose 1,500+ cops by Jan. amid mass officer exodus, plummeting applications
According to CBS Chicago on Monday, Ald. Anthony Beale said the large number of retirements and officers moving to other stations are just the tip of the iceberg. “People don’t want to be the police,” Beale said. “The police don’t want to be the police.” When Beale asked city Budget Director Susie Park what the anticipated number of sworn officer vacancies would be on Jan. 1, 2022, Park said the number would be just over 900. Her estimate did not include unexpected resignations or retirements.

Feds Deploy Non-Toxic Gas On Subway In Test Of Biological Attack Preparedness
According to NBC 4 New York, the MTA, working in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security and a team of researchers and city agencies, will deploy a non-toxic gas at 120 places across the city. The tests will be carried out on five days between Oct. 18 and Oct. 29. Most of the test sites will be above ground, including in some parks. But an unknown number of tests will be carried out below ground in subway stations across the city (exact details aren’t being released to the public). The public is advised: “should one happen to stumble upon a test site, the gas is non-toxic and poses no public health risk”.

Is the Israeli Army Passing Out New Testaments to New Recruits?
Today we find making the rounds on social media a newly trained recruit holding a Hebrew copy of the Tanach and the Brit Hahadasha (NT) For its many Jewish followers of Yeshua as well as Christian Arabs, the IDF will provide a New Testament (in English) to swear-in upon.

Hackers To Unleash Killware — And It’s as Bad as It Sounds
Even as most Americans are still learning about the hacking-for-cash crime of ransomware, the nation’s top homeland security official is worried about an even more dire digital danger: killware, or cyberattacks that can literally end lives.

Man armed with bow and arrow kills five people in Norway attacks, police say
“The man used a bow and arrow … for some of the attacks,” police chief Oeyvind Aas told reporters. The police were investigating whether other weapons had also been used, he said. “The man has been apprehended … from the information we now have, this person carried out these actions alone,” Aas added.

Quarks and antiquarks at high momentum shake the foundations of visible matter
Two independent studies have illuminated unexpected substructures in the fundamental components of all matter. Preliminary results using a novel tagging method could explain the origin of the longstanding nuclear paradox known as the EMC effect. … identified nearly 40 years ago when researchers at CERN discovered something surprising: Protons and neutrons bound in an atomic nucleus can change their internal makeup of quarks and gluons. But why such modifications arise, and how to predict them, remains unknown.

Lapid: Israel can act against Iran at any moment, in any way
“Israel reserves the right to act at any given moment, in any way,” Lapid stated. “That is not only our right, it is also our responsibility. Iran has publicly stated it wants to wipe us out; we have no intention of letting that happen.”

Israel’s collective prayer for first seasonal rains immediately answered
On Monday evening, Jews began praying for rain and their prayers were immediately answered as the first significant rainfall of the winter season fell on the holy city of Jerusalem.

Secret meetings may lead to Israel accepting Iran as nuclear-threshold power
“Iran is blatantly violating the IAEA commitments,” Bennett said. “We’re not going to wait. I expect the global powers to hold them accountable.” “That would be the peaceful route. There are other routes,” Bennett warned. At the same time, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid met with Jake Sullivan, the President’s National Security Adviser, and expressed concerns about Iran’s nuclear weapons program. “The foreign minister shared with the national security advisor Israel’s concern about Iran’s race towards nuclear capability, and the fact that Iran is becoming a nuclear threshold state,” Lapid’s office said in a statement.

Pro-BDS Google, Amazon workers call to cancel billion-dollar Israel contract
In the letter, published by The Guardian on Tuesday, the authors state that they were “morally obliged” to speak out against the project, calling on Amazon and Google to cancel the contract and sever all ties with the Israeli military.

China forges ahead in full-time training of carrier-borne fighter pilots
China has preliminarily possessed the capability of full-time training of carrier-borne fighter pilots, said Wang Yong, the 23rd carrier-borne fighter pilot of the Chinese Navy and head of a training group under the PLA Naval Aviation University,at the 13th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China). According to him, China has completed the certifications of day-and-night deck-landing qualification for carrier-borne fighter pilots, realized multiple fighter sorties in batches, and successfully established a dual-track pilots development mode combining the training of trained pilots and high school recruits.

Putin, Merkel, Macron discuss Ukraine issue over phone
Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed the Ukrainian issue during a phone conversation, the Kremlin said in a statement Monday. “The worrying stalemate in the effort to end the internal conflict in Ukraine was discussed in detail, with the three leaders noting the importance of implementing the 2015 Minsk agreements as the only possible basis for a settlement,” the statement said. “Interest was also expressed in further coordinating efforts in the Normandy format of Russia, Germany and France,” it added.

From 100% to 20%: Video shows radically shifting narrative of vaccine effectiveness
Fauci said ‘real world effectiveness is even more impressive’ than clinical trial. A video montage shows how health officials, pharmaceutical companies and media declared the coronavirus shots to be 100% effective against symptomatic COVID-19 at the launch of the vaccines then gradually lowered their estimations to as low as 20% after only six months. White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci is seen in a media interview touting the vaccines as “virtually 100% efficacious” and stating in congressional testimony that the “real world effectiveness is even more impressive than the results of the clinical trial.”

Beirut blast: 6 killed, 60 injured as Hezbollah protests investigation
At least six people were killed and 60 wounded as shots were fired during a protest by Hezbollah supporters against Tarek Bitar, the judge investigating the Beirut Port blast, in front of the Palais de Justice in Beirut on Thursday, as tensions surrounding the case continue to rise.

Iran threatens ‘harsh response’ after alleged Israeli airstrike in Syria
Iranian militias warned of a “harsh response” after a number of Syrian and Iranian-backed forces were killed and wounded in an alleged Israeli airstrike near Palmyra in central Syria on Wednesday night, the second such airstrike in the past week. The Syrian state news agency SANA reported that an Israeli airstrike targeted a communications tower and a number of nearby sites…

Australia endorses IHRA definition of antisemitism
Australia will formally endorse the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday at the Malmö International Forum on Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism.

Yellen: IRS Surveillance of $600 Bank Transactions ‘Absolutely Not’ Spying 
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has argued that the IRS having access to Americans’ bank accounts is “absolutely not” a way for the government to spy on U.S. citizens.

Hurricane “Pamela” – Life-threatening storm surge, dangerous winds, and threat of significant flash flooding and mudslides, Mexico
Pamela regained hurricane strength as its center came closer to the coast of Mexico on October 13, 2021. The system is forecast to make landfall on the west-central coast of Mexico this morning (LT) and life-threatening storm surge and dangerous hurricane-force winds are expected within the Hurricane Warning area. Residents in this area should follow any advice given by local officials, NHC said.

Backlog of Ships at Port of LA Reaches Boiling Point
As an estimated 500,000 containers are sitting on cargo ships off the Southern California coast, many are wondering how to handle the backlog.

Brits May Be Forced to Take COVID Tests on Camera to Prove to “Health Advisers” They’re Not Lying
Brits returning from holiday may be forced to take COVID tests on a live video call with “health advisers” to prove they’re not lying about the result. Yes, really. Double vaccinated travellers who return to Britain will be able to forego a PCR test in favor of a cheaper lateral flow swab. However, the government is “concerned that those taking the tests could lie about the results.”

Hospital is lying about bed shortage: Whistleblower nurse fired for refusing COVID shot
In a video interview published yesterday, former Valley Health System nurse Brad McDowell spoke to LifeSiteNews correspondent Jim Hale about the contrast between what he has witnessed and the story being told by the media regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Indiana Walgreens ‘accidentally’ gives Covid Vaccine to young children… Both now suffering heart issues…
An Evansville family and their attorney says they were accidentally given full adult doses of the Pfizer vaccine instead of flu shots. It happened October 4, at the Walgreens on St. Joseph Avenue. The two children are just four and five years old.

Vaccine ‘sickout’ spreads to AMTRAK…
Amtrak announced it will require nearly all of its 18,000 employees be fully Vaccinated by Nov. 22. Multiple sources are reporting that train crews have now joined the protest started by Air Traffic Controllers and Southwest pilots and employees.  Rumors that American Airlines pilots are next.

Hospitals are literally SUFFOCATING patients with plastic bags; AIR CARGO will be halted this winter due to collapsing airplane parts supply chain
In yet another shocking development demonstrating the medical murder that now characterizes hospitals and doctors around the world, a hospital in Odessa, Texas, has been caught placing large plastic bags over the heads of patients due to “covid.” This truly insane, criminal practice has reportedly been carried out on hundreds of patients, causing suffocation, anxiety, trauma and heightened carbon dioxide levels in respiratory air.

Catholic Troops Can Refuse COVID Vaccine, Archbishop Declares
“No one should be forced to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if it would violate the sanctity of his or her conscience,” Broglio wrote.

Israel Blasts Biden Plan To Open US Consulate For Palestinians In Jerusalem: “No Way We’d Agree”
The Biden administration is planning to open a consulate dedicated to Palestinian affairs in Jerusalem in a significant break from Trump’s policy of only recognizing a diplomatic presence to Israel, resulting in severe pushback this week from top Israeli officials. Former Trump admin officials have called the proposal “illegal” under international law, given they argue that Palestine is in no way a state that has any formal recognition.

In Minnesota, Breakthrough Cases From The Fully Vaccinated Account For 99% Of All New COVID Cases Including Rising Death Rate Despite Vaccine
Oh, how the main stream media loved to run headline stories on the Delta COVID surge here in the free state of Florida, dragging the name of our fantastic governor Ron DeSantis through the mud every chance they got. Funny thing, though, the same media has no interest in reporting on COVID cases in Democrat states like Minnesota where infections, hospitalizations and deaths are skyrocketing despite having a senior population that is 93% vaccinated. Isn’t that the opposite of what they have been telling us?

Healthy 16-Year-Old Boy Dies During Online Class After Receiving Second COVID Shot from Pfizer
California – A 16-year-old boy died while taking his math class on Zoom last April reportedly 27 days after taking his second shot of Pfizer vaccine according to VAERS data released on October 1, 2021.

EMS services warn of ‘crippling labor shortage’ undermining 911 system
“We’re not bleeding any longer — we’re hemorrhaging,” one ambulance service operator said of a decade long worker shortage exacerbated by the pandemic.

NYC drug store shelves empty amid shoplifting surge
Thanks to a citywide shoplifting tsunami, bare necessities are now rare luxuries on drug-store shelves across New York City.

India Faces Rolling Blackouts As Coal Shortage Forces Power Plants To Adopt Emergency Measures
Due to a combination of factors – including environmentalists’ push for “green” energy like wind and solar, plus the COVID-inspired collapse in global supply chains leaving countries around the world desperate for badly needed energy supplies (from LNG to coal to unrefined crude oil) – energy crises have been unfolding in China, the UK, Continental Europe and now India, the world’s largest democracy.

Brandon Smith: If You Don’t Respect My Freedoms, I Don’t Respect Your Pronouns
The issue here is not about actual trans people, but about respect for freedom of speech and thought…