Terrified Of Freedom: Why Most Human Beings Are Embracing Global Elite’s Technotyranny –
In early 2020, the Global Elite launched its long-planned coup to capture control of the human population by killing off a substantial proportion and technologically imprisoning those left alive as transhuman slaves. A primary intended outcome of this agenda is to enable the Elite to own and completely control use of the Earth’s remaining resources.
No Matter What The Midterms Bring, Without Revival We Have Lost
Every day, there are examples of Americans pushing back against the agenda of the radical left. And every day, there are more signs that there could be a major political reaction against the leftist agenda in the midterm elections. But even with the best possible electoral outcome, without sweeping revival in the church, America could still collapse.
Gardeners warned to report weird froth on plants linked to deadly disease
Gardeners are being warned to report a weird froth on their plants linked to a deadly disease. It looks like a ball of froth, or foam, a bit like someone has spat on your plants. and is it harmful? The answer is, potentially. The spittle, as it’s known, is made by an insect called a spittlebug, … Scientists are worried that a deadly plant disease known as Xyella could be spread between plants by the spittlebug as a carrier.
Israeli army chief warns of overwhelming force in next war with Hezbollah
Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi on Sunday warned that overwhelming force would be used in Lebanon during the next potential war with Hezbollah. I say to the residents of Lebanon: I advise you to leave, not only at the beginning of the war, but from the beginning of tension and before the first shot is fired.
UAE bans Disney-Pixar film over same-sex relationship characters
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday banned Walt Disney-Pixar’s animated film “Lightyear” from screening in cinemas because it features characters in a same-sex relationship. The film would not be licensed for screening in the country as it violated the nation’s media content standard, the Ministry of Youth and Culture’s media regulatory office wrote on Twitter.
B-1B Lancers deploy to Andersen Air Force Base for Bomber Task Force Mission
U.S. Air Force B-1B Lancers landed at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, on June 2 for a Pacific Air Forces Bomber Task Force deployment, according to a news release from Ellsworth Air Force Base.
Navy docs reveal some answers about mysterious drones that swarmed warships
Newly released U.S. Navy documents provide new answers about what was behind the mysterious drones that swarmed around several of its ships off the coast of California in 2019. Documents first obtained via Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by The Drive and published Friday revealed the likely causes of various different encounters between U.S. warships and drones in 2019,
Mexico President Slams “Immoral” NATO Proxy War in Ukraine
The president of Mexico has condemned NATO’s approach to the war in Ukraine – labelling it “immoral.” “How easy it is to say, ‘Here, I’ll send you this much money for weapons.’ Couldn’t the war in Ukraine have been avoided? Of course it could,” said President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Men identify as women after committing heinous crimes, media plays along
Some men have begun identifying as women after being arrested for heinous crimes, but corporate media outlets often refer to them as “women” even if they only adopted their female identity after arrest. This routine misgendering has led to headlines that portray biologically male criminals as women, obscuring an important component of the story: that the crime was in fact committed by a biological man. In many cases, these criminals take advantage of policies that allow males to be housed in women’s prisons if they simply identify as women, even without undergoing medical sex change procedures.
Nearly 80% of Minnesotans think America is on the wrong track
A new poll shows that a whopping 79% of Minnesotans think the nation is moving in the wrong direction as they struggle with record high gas prices and inflation.
With Voyager 1 data mystery, NASA relies on slow, long-distance conversation
NASA’s Voyager 1 team is trying to work out why the spacecraft appears to be confused about its location in space, but the mission’s distance from Earth makes solving the issue challenging. The Voyager 1 mission launched in 1977 with a design lifetime of five years. Nearly 45 years and a series of planetary flybys later, the spacecraft is now around 14.5 billion miles (23.3 billion kilometers) from Earth, exploring interstellar space. The spacecraft has made countless discoveries, but has also suffered a number of anomalies and mysteries. The latest of these is junk telemetry data being sent back to Earth.
Emmanuel Macron ‘betrays Ukraine’ as French imports of Russian gas soar
Figures show France received €900m worth of Kremlin gas while bombs rained down on Ukraine in the past two months
Palestinians face uncertainty over Abbas’ successor as leader’s health declines
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is 86; with persistent rumors of his failing health circulating, and with no designated successor, his death could create a power vacuum in Ramallah.
Terrifying phone call in Istanbul: ‘They’re waiting to kill you at the hotel
A group of Israeli tourists who went on vacation in Turkey recently have received a phone call from a senior member of the Israeli intelligence community instructing them to return to Israel immediately, Channel 13 News reported. The official told the tourists that they could not even return to the hotel, as Iranian assassins were waiting for them at the hotel to murder them, and informed them that, at that moment, someone would be sent to take them to the Istanbul airport to return to Israel.
Iranian aerospace scientist dies ‘during mission’ in northern Iran base
An Iranian Air Force scientist from the Aerospace Unit was killed “during a mission” at the Semnan Air Defense Base in northern Iran, the semiofficial Fars News Agency reported Monday morning. The scientist, identified as Mohammad Abdous, reportedly worked on the Islamic Republic’s satellite program, in addition to developing UAVs and ballistic missiles as part of his work in the air force. He died within 24 hours of another Iranian aerospace official.
Israeli firm IAI unveils new tactical sensor system at Eurosatory
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has unveiled the GREEN LOTUS (ELI-2139), its latest tactical multi-mission, multi-sensor system, as part of Eurosatory, Europe’s leading land defense and security exhibition.
Massive anti-regime protests take place in Iran
Major anti-government protests are taking place in Iran, reports Syrian-born American journalist and television presenter Hayvi Bouzo. The Kurdish reporter and current chief of the Washington DC Bureau of Orient News tweeted the video showing thousands of Iranian flooding the streets in a popular protest against the Islamic Republic. The demonstrations are likely on a broader scale than the footage implies, as broadcasting such rallies is illegal and often censored by the regime.
Israeli Aromatherapist promotes ‘Ketoret’ incense for third Temple
Avraham Sand … was a student of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, … a renowned Torah scholar and teacher. …he offers a Temple Incense set composed of the eleven spices used to make the incense in Solomon’s Temple.