30 Oct 2022

Rare Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse on US Election Day
For the first time in US history, a total lunar eclipse will take place on election day, beginning and ending before the polling stations open. The next time a total lunar eclipse will happen on election day will be in 372 years on Tuesday, November 8, 2394. The eclipse will begin at 5:16 a.m. EST and ends at 6:41 a.m., for a total duration of about 85 minutes.

Escapes increase as North Korean workers in Russia are told to ship out to Ukraine
More and more North Korean construction workers deployed to Russia are escaping from their jobs after hearing they are to be sent to Russian-controlled areas in Ukraine, sources in Russia told RFA. The cash-strapped North Korean government sends legions of workers to Russia to earn desperately needed foreign currency. Workers forward the lion’s share of their salaries to the government, but what they get to keep is greater than what they could earn doing similar work back home.

Massive Protest By Czechs Targets Russia Sanctions, High Prices
Fed up with soaring food, energy and housing costs, tens of thousands of Czech protestors railed against their government on Friday, demanding the resignation of conservative Prime Minister Petr Fiala’s government, withdrawal from NATO and the negotiation of gas purchases from Russia. “This is a new national revival and its goal is for the Czech Republic to be independent,” said organizer Ladislav Vrabel.

Top US Banks Under Investigation Over ESG And Climate Action
A coalition of 19 state attorneys general from across the country launched a formal investigation into six major U.S. banks last week citing legal concerns about banks’ “ESG” investing and their involvement with a United Nations alliance fighting CO2 emissions.
The banks “appear to be colluding with the U.N. to destroy American companies” and undermine the nation’s best interests, one of the AGs warned in a statement e-mailed to The Epoch Times. The banks being scrutinized by the top lawmen for their states include Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup.

Percentage Of Americans Who Say Local Crime Is Up Hits 50-Year-High
A record 56 percent of respondents said they believe there is more crime locally now that there was a year ago. Nearly four in five (78 percent) said crime increased nationwide since last year, a 33-year-high, according to Gallup, which has conducted the survey every year since 1972.

What Some Schools Are Teaching Kids Is So Obscene, Parental Rights Activists Can’t Even Read It On TV
Parents and parental rights advocates seeking to shed light on what is being taught in schools say television stations won’t even broadcast what’s in their school curriculums because it’s too obscene. It is against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines to describe sexual conduct or feature any “grossly offensive” language on a radio or television broadcast.

Russia halts Ukraine Black Sea grain exports, Biden outraged
The European Union on Sunday called on Russia to reverse its decision to pull out of a U.N.-brokered grain deal, a move that undermined efforts to ease a global food crisis, and that Ukraine said Moscow had planned well in advance.

Halloween stampede in Seoul leaves at least 149 dead
At least 149 people, mostly teenagers and young adults in their 20s, were killed in a crush when a huge crowd celebrating Halloween surged into an alley in a nightlife area of the South Korean capital Seoul on Saturday night, emergency officials said. A further 65 people were injured in the melee in Seoul’s Itaewon district, Choi Sung-beom, head of the Yongsan Fire Station, said in a briefing at the scene.

Iran’s Guards head warns protesters: ‘Today is last day of riots’
The head of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards warned protesters that Saturday would be their last day of taking to the streets, in the clearest sign that security forces may intensify their already fierce crackdown on widespread unrest.

McConnell, Threatened by America First Candidates, Puts His feelings Ahead of Party During Midterm Elections
Just a few weeks ago it became quite clear that voters did not like the direction of the country as poll after poll indicated the economy and crime are the deciding factors for whom Americans would vote. Mitch McConnell’s machine has transformed into the political version of Tonya Harding—being involved in attempts to kneecap up-and-coming stars who are on the verge of winning their races.

Iran’s regime kills a female surgeon during doctors’ protests in Tehran
Security forces for the Islamic Republic of Iran killed a general surgeon who was protesting along with doctors in front of the Tehran Medical Council on Tuesday. The London-based Iran International news outlet reported on Saturday that the surgeon Parisa Bahmani, from Zanjan, was killed as a result of a shot to her head.

U.S. LNG Cannot Replace The Russian Natural Gas That Europe Has Lost
“The year-on-year increase is not sufficient to offset a total cut in Russian piped supply with under half of these volumes met by LNG increases…”

Just In Case You’re Confused About What Halloween Is Actually All About, Michael’s Craft Stores Has Created A Satanic Display To Clear Up Your Confusion
Living here in Saint Augustine, we have a large Hobby Lobby with an equally large Michael’s Craft Store, and between the two of them, you can get all of your decoration needs, craft supplies and framing done well for fair price. While I prefer Hobby Lobby, I go to Michael’s a fair amount as well. So imagine my shock and surprise when I saw a massive display of the ‘curious arts’ that the devil is known for front and center at Michael’s the other day. The photo at the top of this article is what was waiting there to greet me, it is their Halloween display.

Biden Launches #VaxUpAmerica Tour, as Latest Research Shows New Boosters No Better Than Old Against New Variants
Flanked by Dr. Anthony Fauci, other top U.S. public health officials and the CEOs of major pharmacy chains including CVS, Rite-Aid and Walgreens, President Biden today urged “all Americans” to get an updated COVID-19 vaccine and pleaded with Congress to continue funding the vaccines and COVID-19 treatments, such as Pfizer’s Paxlovid.

Iran’s Guards head warns protesters: ‘Today is last day of riots’
The head of Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards warned protesters that Saturday would be their last day of taking to the streets, in the clearest sign that security forces may intensify their already fierce crackdown on widespread unrest.

WHO Assembles Superpowers With ‘One Health Plan’
The World Health Organization already has too much power. This new initiative amounts to taking multiple globalist organizations and synchronizing their plans, while at the same time combining their resources and power to create a One Health plan.

Record High: 75% Of US Winter Wheat Suffers From Drought
“When it is this dry you don’t know if will sprout and die or come up next year.” 

No, The Biblical Messiah Is Not Preparing To Make An Appearance To The Jews Just Yet, But There Is A Tantalizing Potential Prophetic Nugget Here Anyway 
Back in the closing decades of the twentieth century, there was a Lubavitcher Rebbe, or ‘rabbi’, named Menachem Schneerson who had a very large and enthusiastic following who believed that he was, in fact, the promised biblical Messiah. Only problem was, it was not based not so much on the prophets in the Bible, but more on Jewish mysticism. In the 1990’s, posters proclaiming ‘Messiah Is Here’ began popping up for a time before dying out. During the New World Order global lockdown, they resurfaced and now seem to be gaining speed.

Philippines president orders urgent aid as storm Nalgae kills 45
Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr on Saturday ordered urgent aid distribution in a southern province where landslides have been triggered by Tropical Storm Nalgae, which has killed 45 people across the country so far.

US official’s suggestion of ‘arms-control’ talks with North Korea raises eyebrows
The United States said on Friday its policy towards North Korea had not changed after a senior US official responsible for nuclear policy raised some eyebrows by saying Washington would be willing to engage in arms-control talks with Pyongyang.

Focus on ‘Christian nationalism’ is ‘smokescreen,’ real threat is ‘neo-Marxism,’ Christian scholars say
As media attention on “Christian nationalism” looms large in American politics heading into the 2022 midterms, scholars this week debated the definition of the term and whether the increased media focus is an attempt to intimidate Christians from sharing their values in the public square.

Russia Suspends Participation In Ukraine Grain Deal After “Massive” Drone Attack On Black Sea Fleet
“In the course of repelling a terrorist attack on the outer roadstead of Sevastopol, the use of naval weapons and naval aviation of the Black Sea Fleet destroyed four marine unmanned vehicles…”

Russia says U.S. lowering ‘nuclear threshold’ with newer bombs in Europe
Russia said on Saturday that the accelerated deployment of modernised U.S. B61 tactical nuclear weapons at NATO bases in Europe would lower the “nuclear threshold” and that Russia would take the move into account in its military planning.

David DePape charged with attempted homicide for assault on Paul Pelosi; Republicans condemn attack
A 42-year-old man who attacked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul, with a hammer inside their home in San Francisco on Friday is facing charges of attempted homicide as both liberals and conservatives are condemning the act of violence.

IDF said to lower alert level on northern border after Lebanon-Israel maritime deal
The alert level on Israel’s northern border has been lowered after Israel and Lebanon’s landmark maritime border deal went into effect, it was reported Friday.