18 July 2022

Putin, Erdogan head to Iran for talks on Syria, future of Middle East
Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to meet with Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei during his upcoming visit to Iran’s capital Tehran, RIA reported Monday, citing spokesperson Dmitry Peskov. The trip signifies a new era of Turkey-Iran-Russia relations with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also heading to Tehran to meet his Iranian and Russian counterparts this week. This comes in the wake of … Joe Biden visiting the region.

Fauci to retire by end of US President Biden’s term – Politico
Dr. Anthony Fauci, … who is the chief medical adviser to US President Joe Biden, will retire by the end of Biden’s term, he told Politico in an interview on Monday.

Today in History: Christian Spain Crushes Islam on the Battlefield
Today in history, on July 16, 1212, an epic battle — which the Islamic State still vows vengeance for — took place between Christians and Muslims, and presaged the demise of Islam in Spain, five hundred years after Muhammad’s followers first invaded and subjugated that nation beginning in 711. From the start, a small pocket of Christian resistance remained in the northwest of Spain; from this “mustard seed” the Reconquista—the Christian reconquest of Spain from Islam—spread out. Century after century, the Christians made slow advances south, until they had reclaimed nearly the northern half of Spain.

17th of Tammuz: Record number of Jews ascend to the Temple Mount to commemorate Jerusalem’s destruction
Shimshon Elboim, a Temple Mount activist, told Israel365 News that 300 Jews ascended despite the difficulties. “This is a 50% increase from this day last year,” Elboim said. “Everything went very well. Jews succeeded in praying and even in performing the Kohanic priestly blessing.”

Leading space science expert predicts a ‘direct hit’ on Earth from a solar storm
Now, on Saturday, Dr. Tamitha Skov, known as the “Space Weather Woman,” predicted a “direct hit” from a solar storm to take place on Tuesday. She took to social media to share the news along with a NASA prediction model video.

High-Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos are Coming from Blazars:
Among the candidate sources of neutrinos, there are blazars, a class of extragalactic sources powered by supermassive black holes that feed highly relativistic jets, pointed toward Earth. blazars are unambiguously associated with high-energy astrophysical neutrinos at an unprecedented level of confidence, i.e., a chance probability of 6*10−7.

Chinese project will bounce signals off asteroids to see how dangerous they are to Earth
A leading Chinese university has begun constructing an array of more than 20 large radar antennas to track asteroids that have the potential to be hazardous to Earth. The project, named China Fuyan (or “compound eye”), is led by the Beijing Institute of Technology. The array aims to bounce signals off asteroids within 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) of Earth (about as distant as the sun) to image and track objects and determine the possibility that they could impact our planet.

Claims of new ‘tropical ozone hole’ raise controversy
Experts have refuted the claim. “The claim in this research of such large ozone changes in the tropics have not been apparent in other studies, which makes me very suspicious,” Chipperfield said. “Science should never depend on just one study, and this new work needs careful verification before it can be accepted as fact.”

Britain braces for the blowtorch
Britain is bracing for its hottest ever day with temperatures set to soar to 40C (104F) today amid dire warnings urging people to stay off trains and the roads, check on vulnerable neighbours and avoid hospitals. The country is set to grind to a halt over the next two days as sweltering temperatures that ‘pose a risk to life’ arrive in the UK on Monday and Tuesday, with both days likely to see the previous temperature record of 38.7C (101.6F) broken.

Top Energy Regulator Warns Germany Won’t Survive Winter Without Russian NatGas
Germany’s national Sunday newspaper Bild am Sonntag interviewed Klaus Muller, head of the Federal Network Agency, the government regulator of electricity, gas, telecommunications, post, and railway markets, who warned NatGas inventories are “nearly 65% full” and “it’s better than in the previous weeks,” though not enough to “go through the winter without Russian gas.”

As Mask Mandate Looms, LA Hospital Officials Mock COVID “Media Hype”
In a press conference dripping with a mix of exasperation and dry-witted sarcasm, two officials at one of the largest hospital systems in Southern California threw a bucket of cold water on media and government efforts to whip the public into a state of fear over the latest Covid-19 uptick. “It is just not the same pandemic that it was, despite all the media hype to the contrary…I mean – a lot of people have bad colds is what we’re seeing,” “Certainly, if the experience of our hospital is reflective of across the county, which I believe it is, we’re just seeing nobody with severe Covid disease. As of this morning, we have no one in the hospital who had pulmonary disease due to Covid. Nobody in the hospital….NOBODY.

Russia’s Medvedev: Attack on Crimea will ignite ‘Judgement Day’ response
The refusal of Ukraine and Western powers to recognise Moscow’s control of Crimea poses a “systemic threat” for Russia and any outside attack on the region will prompt a “Judgment Day” response, former president Dmitry Medvedev said on Sunday.

Arab summit fails to give Biden what he wants
Jeddah conference produced no strong public front on Iran, no regional security pact, and no announcement on steps toward normalization between Israel and Saudi Arabia

Biden Administration’s LGBT Directives Hit Hard Stop as Trump Judge Steps In
A federal judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden’s administration that extended protections for LGBT individuals in schools and workplaces. U.S. District Judge Charles Atchley Jr., in an order on Friday, ruled for the 20 state attorneys general who sued last August claiming the Biden administration directives infringe on states’ right to enact laws that, for example, prevent students from participating in sports based on their gender identity or requiring schools and businesses to provide bathrooms and showers to accommodate transgender individuals.

Iran’s maritime drone threat grows
Iranian media showed several ships capable of launching drones, including a submarine. For Iran, this is an accomplishment, but it also raises questions about the danger these UAVs pose. The reason this matters is because Iran’s drones increasingly are being used to target US forces in Iraq and Syria as well as targeting Israel and Gulf countries. Iran may also export drones to Russia.

Greek Orthodox Jerusalem Patriarch warns Biden of ‘extremist Jewish’ threat
In a letter to Biden, the patriarch wrote, “The main way to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre is under serious threat from extremist Jewish forces who have targeted the Christian Quarter with the goal of altering the historic, demographic and geographic nature and validity of the site and terminate the Christian presence in the city.”

Biden affirms plan to chip away at Land of Israel ‘on 1967 lines with land swaps’
He (Biden) said that direct negotiations are needed to achieve an “independent, sovereign, viable and contiguous Palestinian state alongside the State of Israel, both enjoying secure and recognized borders, allowing the two peoples to live side-by-side in peace and security.”

Israel’s former Washington ambassador: Biden leaked Israeli intel for Iran deal
The interview began with Dermer and Dr. Michael Makovsky discussing a New York Times article reporting on the assassination of Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodaei from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, who was shot dead outside his Tehran home. The source or the story was a White House leak that gave out confidential intel on Israeli operations.

After Biden snubs Israel, Saudi Arabia snubs Biden
“The fist bump between President Biden and Mohammed bin Salman was worse than a handshake,” Fred Ryan, the publisher and CEO of the Washington Post told the BBC. “It was shameful. It projected a level of intimacy and comfort that delivers to MBS the unwarranted redemption he has been desperately seeking.”

Efraim Inbar: Israel Will Confront Iran Militarily, Deal or No Deal
Inbar believes the central question is whether Iran will remain “resolute” in its intransigence or make concessions, because the regime is just as eager for a deal to “legitimize” its nuclear program as it is to obtain a financial windfall of billions of dollars if sanctions are lifted.

Back in the USA, Biden faces a rebellion even within his own party. It was good for him that he left, bad for him that he came back.
back here in the United States he faces a rebellion even within his own party. It was good for him that he left, bad for him that he came back. Or when he comes back after groveling the Saudis for oil. The uprising began when The New York Times ran front page stories which plainly said that Biden was unfit to rule, and unfit to run again. Coming from the Times, the PR unit of the Democrat Party, this was political tsunami. The sun crashed. The earth moved.

Britain, France Could Hit Record Highs As Heat Wave And Wildfires Grip Parts Of Europe
Wildfires are scorching parts of France and Portugal and temperatures in the U.K. could top 104 degrees for the first time on record as extreme heat takes over much of Europe.

European Heat Wave Kills Hundreds, Threatens Tourism Revival
More than 360 people have died in Spain since July 10 in an historic heat wave that has seen temperatures hover around 115 degrees for several days in a row. At least 84 of the deaths have occurred in the last 72 hours, prompting the Spanish government to urge people to limit exposure to the heat and ban some tourist activities like guided walks in Barcelona during the midday hours.

Victoria’s Secret Went Woke. Now They’re Laying Off 160 Management Positions 
They did away with the iconic Victoria’s Secret Angels, replaced models with the likes of soccer star and liberal activist Megan Rapinoe, and even hired the company’s first biologically male transgender model — but, unsurprisingly, the wokeness has not paid off.

Judge blocks Air Force from expelling members who refuse COVID shot
Members of the Air Force and Space Force, including the Air Force Reserve, who request a religious exemption from the experimental COVID-19 vaccine will temporarily not be subject to expulsion or any other adverse actions, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

Russia Holds Key Ukraine City in Setback for Kyiv 
Russian troops were on Monday holding the strategic Ukrainian city of Lysychansk after Kyiv’s forces retreated, in a major boost for Russia’s campaign to seize the entire Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.

What are they preparing? 90% of FAA weather cameras along US coasts were offline yesterday with lots of military aircrafts and helicopters flying over the US 
The FAA has shut down 90% of their east-facing cameras all across America. WHY?

Globalist Victory: Food Shortages in Italy – Starving Citizens Storm Town Hall, ‘No Money for Bread’
Your ability to buy food will eventually be tied to your digital identity and social credit score.

“Vaccinated” Pilots and Flight Safety – We’re Headed for a Disaster 4
Every pilot that had a Covid injection and is having an adverse effect – even an effect without symptoms for example micro clotting – “these men and women are ticking time bombs,” Dr. Stillwagon said.

While you were distracted by Boris resigning & a “Doomsday” Heatwave, the UK Gov. quietly published data confirming the Triple Vaccinated account for 91% of COVID Deaths since the beginning of 2022 
The British public has been distracted for the past week with non-stop news of Boris Johnson’s resignation as Prime Minister of the UK, speculation over who might replace him, and doomsday scenarios over a heatwave with temperatures comparable to a pleasant day by the pool on a holiday abroad.

Central Bank Digital Currencies Are Coming – What Will The Consequences Be? 
Currencies are the lifeblood of trade and the economy; if a currency fails, the entire economy fails. Yet, most people rarely think about the health or buying power of the money in their pocket. People don’t research how often currencies actually falter and how common it is for inflation or stagflation to strike nations. They just assume that the money they have will be as useful tomorrow as it is today. They also assume that money will never change in a dramatic way.

Consumer Lawsuit Claims Popular Kids Candy Contains a “known TOXIN” That’s “Unfit for human consumption”
Consumer class action lawsuit against the manufacturer alleges that a popular candy is toxic and “unfit for human consumption”