23 Oct. 2022

“Any Idea What They Are?” American Pilots Report Multiple Encounters with Unusual ‘Racetrack’ UAP in Recent Weeks
Pilots and crews from more than 15 commercial aircraft say they have encountered unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) in American airspace in recent weeks, according to eyewitness testimony and videos that detail the unusual events. According to witnesses, the rash of incidents occurred over a seven-week period and involved sightings of bright luminous aerial objects in airspace from the American Midwest to as far west as the Pacific.

Herzi Halevi approved as next IDF chief of staff
The Israeli government on Sunday approved the appointment of Maj. Gen. Herzi Halevi as the twenty-third Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces. Halevi will replace Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, whose term ends in January 2023.

CDC Director Infected With COVID, Despite Max Vax And Boosters
5x vaxxed CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky infected with COVID. Walensky one year ago: “Vaccinated people do not carry the virus and don’t get sick”.

Illinois Now Has The Worst Unemployment Rate In The Nation
Illinoisans have been suffering in one the worst five states for unemployment for several months, but now the state has jumped to the number one position. This is what comes from pursuing policies that drive out companies like Boeing, Citadel, Caterpillar and Tyson.

Former China President Abruptly Escorted From Party Congress
midway through the otherwise carefully-choreographed closing session, Hu Jintao, 79, Xi Jinping’s immediate predecessor, was helped out of his chair next to Mr. Xi and inexplicably led out of the hall. Footage shot by foreign media in the hall, which wasn’t included in the official China Central Television broadcast, showed Mr. Hu seemingly reluctant or unable to stand up when an aide tried to lift him off his chair.

China’s Xi further cements power as party congress closes
China’s ruling Communist Party wrapped up its twice-a-decade congress on Saturday, cementing Xi Jinping’s iron grip on power and revealing a new Central Committee missing two key officials lacking close ties to the leader. Xi, 69, is poised to clinch a third five-year leadership term as party general secretary, breaking with precedent and solidifying his place as China’s most powerful ruler since Mao Zedong,

Israel making same mistakes it made before Yom Kippur War
The Yom Kippur War was fought on October 1973, and to this day it is one of most devastating military conflicts Israel has had to wage in the years of its existence so far.

Former Justice Min.: ‘Netanyahu will win 61 seats – and call Gantz’
Former Justice Minister Haim Ramon has expressed his belief that if Likud chief MK Benjamin Netanyahu’s bloc does win 61 Knesset seats, he will ask Defense Minister Benny Gantz, who chairs the National Unity party, to balance out his government. In an interview with 103 FM Radio, Ramon said, “Netanyahu is very close to 61; if nothing unusual happens, he will get there.”

Lapid congratulates Italy’s new Prime Minister: I look forward to working together
Yair Lapid on Saturday congratulated Italy’s new Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, a day after she officially formed Italy’s ruling coalition. “I look forward to working together to strengthen the ties between Jerusalem and Rome …

Boris Johnson to attempt rapid PM comeback after flying back to UK
Johnson, who was on holiday in the Caribbean when Truss resigned and has said nothing publicly about a bid for his old job, has received the support of dozens of Conservative lawmakers but needs to secure 100 nominations to be considered. The trade minister James Duddridge said on Friday Johnson told him he is “up for it” and the former leader will fly back to Britain on Saturday.

Rockets target US coalition forces in eastern Syria
Rocket fire targeted a base housing US coalition forces in the al-Omar oil field in eastern Syria on Saturday night, according to Al-Mayadeen TV and Deir Ezzor 24.

Russian authorities tell civilians to leave Kherson ‘immediately’
Russian occupation authorities in the Ukrainian city of Kherson told civilians on Saturday they should leave immediately because of what they called the tense military situation as Ukraine’s forces advance. Thousands of civilians have been leaving for days across the Dnipro River after warnings of a looming Ukrainian offensive to recapture the city, but Saturday’s warning was delivered with renewed urgency.

UK’s Liz Truss is a symptom of a disease plaguing the free world
Like Lenin’s flight from communist economics in 1921, what just happened in London will be counted among the most spectacular U-turns in political history. Liz Truss had hardly unpacked when her residency at 10 Downing St. seemed ready to end following a sudden run on the pound that was all her fault. Lurking behind this drama were economic blindness, political arrogance and mental frivolity that created the impression that the crisis is about her. It isn’t.

Iranian hackers claim to have obtained files of Iran’s ‘dirty nuclear projects’
Iranian hacker group “Black Reward” announced over the weekend that it had successfully hacked the internal email system of Iran’s Nuclear Power Production and Development Company and that it was releasing 50GB of files to the web. “We will publish the download links respectively in the next few hours after uploading the information in the online file sharing service anonymously “namely anonfiles,” the group wrote on their Instagram channel.