20 Oct 2022

Donald Trump is not antisemitic, says Benjamin Netanyahu
Former President Donald Trump is not antisemitic, Former Prime Minister and leader of the opposition Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday in an interview with MSNBC. “He has a Jewish son-in-law and his daughter converted to Judaism,” Netanyahu said answering a direct question from the interviewer. “His children and grandchildren are raised as Jews. So I don’t think so.”

Energy jet traveling 7 times the speed of light appears to break the laws of physics
Astronomers have detected a gargantuan blast of energy from space that appears to be doing the impossible: Traveling seven times faster than the speed of light. This is, of course, an optical illusion — a rare and mind-boggling phenomenon called superluminal motion, which occurs when particles come very close to moving at the speed of light. The collision was so powerful it created ripples in the fabric of space-time; such disturbances are known as gravitational waves.

Massive Antarctic iceberg was ripped in two by powerful ocean currents
A swift change in ocean currents in the Southern Ocean likely snapped one of the largest icebergs in half like a twig. The gigantic ice mass — called A68a — was known as a tabular iceberg due to its rectangular shape. At its largest it was roughly the size of Delaware, covering approximately 2,300 square miles.

Microsoft lays off nearly 1,000 employees
Although it is not confirmed if the layoffs are isolated in gaming divisions, employees who work for Xbox and other Microsoft-owned studios said they were being laid off, the Washington Post reported. Axios first reported the layoffs Monday evening.

Chinese government’s infiltration of US ‘overwhelming,’ USC Aiken professor says
In the opinion of Dr. Frank Xie, the Chinese Communist Party’s “infiltration into the United States is overwhelming.” And Chinese government’s influence also is alarming in other parts of the world, he said during a meeting of the Rotary Club of Aiken on Oct. 17 at Newberry Hall. Xie is the John M. Olin Palmetto Chair Professor in Business at USC Aiken.

Southern Poverty Law Center Takes Aim at School Boards, Local Elections With New PACs
The Southern Poverty Law Center, notorious for branding mainstream conservatives and Christians as “hate groups” and equating them with the Ku Klux Klan, is taking aim at school boards and local elections. The SPLC Action Fund announced the launch of two political action committees on Monday, targeting local government races in the South and countering conservative actions against critical race theory in school board races.

Taliban faction open to ties with Israel, Afghan source says
Hundreds of Islamist group’s members, including top officials, are ‘interested in establishing confidential relations’ with Jerusalem in hopes of eventually achieving bilateral agreement.

Putin declares martial law in 4 annexed Ukrainian regions
Speaking on television to his Security Council, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that movement in eight areas bordering Ukraine was being restricted, Putin said the measures included additional powers to the leaders of over 80 regions in Russia to safeguard critical infrastructure and public order.

SNir Barkat: We aim to cancel the Disengagement Law, work together with the Americans
Member of Knesset Nir Barkat (Likud) said today (Wednesday) in the Israel National News-Arutz Sheva studio on the way to Homesh that it is possible to present an alternative solution to the ‘two states’ that will convince the US to allow us to cancel the Disengagement Law in northern Samaria and bring two million residents to Samaria in the next 30 years.

The IRGC in Crimea? The Russia-Iran model for Syria moves to Ukraine
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has long been known as a threat across the Middle East. Now, reports from Al Arabiya, The New York Times and elsewhere indicate that Iran may have sent IRGC members to Crimea to aid Russia’s drone war against Ukraine. The Iran-Russia connection and the role of the IRGC are important because they have a legacy in the Syrian conflict.

A Nazi Comparison
In an open letter to Justin Welby, the writer compared the promotion of a non-Jewish international Jerusalem to the presentation by Nazi theologians of an Aryan Jesus and a de-Judaized Bible.

New Palestinian Terror Group Rapidly Gaining Popularity
The Lion’s Den youth movement from Nablus (biblical Shechem) is gaining a lot of power and a lot of sympathy in the Palestinian Authority (PA) and in Jerusalem. An activist in the eastern part of the Israeli capital …

Yair Lapid tells Arab media he will protect Muslim prayer on Temple Mount, not allow Jewish prayer
The minds of both kings will be bent on evil; while sitting at the table together, they will lie to each other, but to no avail, for there is yet an appointed term. Daniel 11:25 interim Prime Minister Yair Lapid revealed his platform for the upcoming elections. “We will take care of the freedom of worship of Muslims at al-Aqsa, who can go up to pray,” Lapid said. “We allow Jewish visitors to ascend the mount, but not to pray. They ascend and the visits are supervised to ensure that the status quo is not violated.” The “status quo” Lapid referred to regarding Jerusalem is based on a firman (decree) of Ottoman sultan Osman III in 1757 that preserved the division of ownership and responsibilities of various Christian holy places.

Partial Solar Eclipse of October 25, 2022 
A partial solar eclipse – visible from the northern hemisphere – will take place on October 25, 2022. Most of Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia and northeastern Africa will be in the path of the Moon’s penumbral shadow on this day.

Underwater images show damage to over 50 m (165 feet) of Nord Stream 1 pipeline
Underwater images show an explosion registered as an M2.3 earthquake on the Richter scale on September 26, 2022, damaged more than 50 m (165 feet) of one Nord Stream 1 pipe.

ECHOES OF GOG & MAGOG? Tensions between Russia, Israel soar as top Putin ally threatens Moscow ready to cut diplomatic relations with Jerusalem
A member of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle of advisors threatened this week that Moscow is ready to sever diplomatic ties with Israel.

Israeli Rabbi Says He’s Already Holding Meetings With Messiah
A recent interview on Israeli radio featured prominent rabbis explaining that the Messiah is just about to reveal himself.

Gantz: Israel may supply Ukraine with rocket and drone alert system, but not weapons
Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Wednesday reiterated that Israel would not supply weapons to Ukraine to fight Russia’s eight-month-long invasion, but said Jerusalem could supply an early-warning system to the beleaguered nation to warn of incoming strikes, like the one used in Israel

Zionist Organization of America awards former US President Trump rare honor
The Zionist Organization of America, which works to strengthen U.S.-Israel relations and combat anti-Israel bias, announced last Friday that it will award the “rarely given” Theodor Herzl Medallion to former U.S. President Donald Trump.

Believers in God Are Not The Damned.  The Purveyors Of The Great Reset Are!
Pominent public figures of the day—but not even one of them ensconced in the comfort of public office——are now working to pull the rug from under the unwelcome big flopping feet of WEF founder Klaus Schwab. Bishop Athanasius Schneider and Cardinal Gerhard Müller are calling to their flocks warning them that their Pope has thrown in with the Great Reset.  The Great Reset has already managed to drive the Creator Of All life from the Public Square.

Supreme Court refuses to block New York City’s COVID shot mandate for police officers
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to block yet another local COVID-19 vaccine mandate, declining to offer national clarity on the issue even as another ruling may render this particular case moot.

CVS nurse practitioner was fired for religious beliefs: lawsuit | U.S. News
Operated by CVS, MinuteClinics provide “non-emergent medical treatment to patients on an appointment and walk-in basis.” According to the lawsuit, Schuler’s Christian faith “prohibits her from providing, prescribing, or facilitating the use of any drug, device, or surgical procedure that can cause abortion — including drugs like certain hormonal contraceptives, Plan B and Ella.”

Children as young as six suffering from dry eye disease because of too much screen time, experts say 
A rise in screen time has seen children as young as six suffer from an excruciating eye condition which usually affects adults, experts have warned.

What does the California drought mean for the state’s future?
On a clear afternoon recently, Mayor Eric Garcetti looked down at the Hollywood Reservoir from 1,200 feet in the air. “It’s as low as I can ever remember it being,” Garcetti said of the reservoir from the back seat of a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power helicopter. “You can see the bathtub ring.”

Japan devises kamikaze plan
The Japanese military has devised a plan to use kamikaze drones to strike enemy landing forces and vessels in the event of an invasion of the nation’s remote territories, according to local media.

JP Morgan Cancels Religious Nonprofit’s Checking Account, Demands Donor List as Condition for Reconsideration 
PMorgan Chase & Co reportedly canceled the account of a religious nonprofit organization for unexplained reasons, and said it would only reconsider the decision if the group provided its donor list, and a list of political candidates it intended to support.

The Ebola Lockdowns Have Begun
Is a new outbreak of the Ebola virus about to cause widespread panic all over the globe?  The Zaire strain of the disease is fairly common, and in recent years scientists have developed effective treatments for it.  Unfortunately, the new outbreak that has just erupted in Uganda is of the Sudan strain.  There had not been a case of that strain in a decade, but now it is spreading rapidly.

Missouri Moves to Require Libraries Shield Minors From Books and Materials That Are Not Age-Appropriate
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has proposed a rule to force state-funded libraries to shield minors from books and materials that are not age-appropriate. Under the proposed rule, libraries will also not be allowed to host or advertise events that are inappropriate for children, like drag queen story hours.