18 Feb 2023

Minneapolis mayor booed out of another event
“Why are you here for your show? You’re here for your show and you’re going to take pictures with us, but then you’re going to sit there and you’re going to pollute us,” resident Nicole Perez told the mayor, according to a video published on social media Tuesday. According to MinnPost, the building is located on top of an “arsenic plume,” and “its continued presence helps keep the arsenic in the ground.”

Israeli delegation expelled from African Union conference hall
The Deputy Director for Africa at the Foreign Ministry, Sharon Barley, and the other members of the Israeli delegation were expelled from the African Union conference hall in Addis Ababa, where Israel was participating as an observer, on Saturday morning. This is an unusual event in international conventions and is considered to be a serious diplomatic incident.

Ilhan Omar, Chair of House Marital Affairs Committee — foreign and domestic
Have you ever married a sibling? Like, say, a Somalian Muslim immigrant, who wears a kerchief over her head to connote deep religious integrity and modesty, marrying her brother? What is that like? I mean, really. Can you imagine the quarrels at home? “You know what I hate most about you?” “What?” “I hate your parents. They are the worst Satanic in-laws a man ever could be stuck with!” “Well, the people you are calling Satanic are your parents, too.” “Don’t you dare speak that way about my parents!

Armenians in Jerusalem live in the crosshairs of hate
Christians in east Jerusalem have complained of increasing attacks by Jewish extremists on their sites in recent months. Earlier this month, Jewish attackers desecrated a Christian cemetery on Mount Zion, where Christians believe Jesus’s Last Supper took place.

Cohen: Israel backs Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity
Israel supports the continued sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and will help the nation develop an early warning defense system, Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said on Thursday. He also said Jerusalem would provide Kyiv with up to $200 million in loan guarantees for humanitarian purposes.

Iran is ‘mapping’ Jewish leaders worldwide – report
The Iranian government is “mapping” Jews around the world with plans to kill them if Israel attacks Iran, according to a report in London’s Jewish Chronicle. the only thing Khamenei fears is an Israeli attack. “He believes Netanyahu’s threats, and he knows that for now, Israel is militarily superior,” she told the paper. “He feels that the Iranian regime can’t sustain a defeat.”

Elon Musk warns of “single world government” at World Government Summit
“I know this is called the World Government Summit, but I think we should be maybe a little bit concerned about actually becoming too much of a single world government,” Musk said. “We want to avoid creating a civilizational risk by having, frankly – this may sound a little odd – too much cooperation between governments.” This is not the first time Musk has openly spoken against a one-world government.

How to topple the Iranian regime in three steps – Israeli Middle East expert Guy Bechor has a plan
Iran has been arming Russia with drones, capitalizing on the invasion of Ukraine, Meanwhile, Tehran keeps progressing towards its ultimate goal. International Atomic Energy Agency Director Rafael Grossi warned last month that Iran has accumulated enough material to produce “several nuclear weapons.” The threat from Tehran is not just an amorphic one, that would take form once it obtains nuclear weapons, but rather a tangible war that is already in full play.

US-funded Palestinian school held ceremony celebrating terrorist who murdered Jews
The Omariya Secondary School for Girls in Qalqilya held a ceremony on January 30 celebrating the “hero Khairy Alqum”, just three days after he murdered seven Israelis and wounded three in front of a synagogue in Neve Ya’akov, Jerusalem on Shabbat evening. The terrorist was neutralized by police after the attack. The ceremony was posted on the school’s Facebook page along with a poem dedicated to the terrorist.

Carlson: Asbury Revival ‘Amazing,’ People Turning to Spiritual Life to Counter Evil in the World
Fox News host Tucker Carlson described the nonstop Christian meeting that has been taking place at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, as “amazing” on his Wednesday program, adding it is a much-needed counterweight to all the evil in the world. Carlson interviewed Alison Perfater, the student body president at the university, to get her firsthand account of what exactly is happening.

East Palestine, Ohio train wreck: It’s the dioxin
It’s not just what was in the tanker cars. It’s what happens when they burn and combine. This may be the largest dioxin plume in world history. I know of no more serious release, ever.

New Zealand accepts int’l help as cyclone cripples North Island | Jordan Times
New Zealand redeployed gunships and helicopters to deliver water, food and fuel to cities cut off by Cyclone Gabrielle on Thursday, as overwhelmed rescue teams embraced overseas offers of help.

Shallow M6.1 earthquake hits Tanimbar region, Indonesia 
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.1 hit the Tanimbar region, Indonesia at 09:37 UTC on February 17, 2023. The agency is reporting a depth of 38.6 km (24 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.1 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles).

Ohio university seeing ‘outpouring of the Lord’ at revival | Church & Ministries News
A Christian university in Ohio is seeing spontaneous prayer and worship among its student body days after a revival began at Asbury University in Kentucky.

‘A Mighty Move of God’: Asbury University Revival Spreads to Two More Schools 
A week after a revival sparked at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, several other Christian schools reported revivals breaking out on their campuses.

Kentucky Supreme Court Upholds Abortion Ban
The Kentucky Supreme Court upheld the state’s abortion restrictions on Thursday. In August, the state enacted two abortion laws, which included a ban on most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.

Journalist Receives $100,000 From Bank For Promoting Climate Alarmism
Another €100,000 (£88,000, $107,000) has been gifted to a climate journalist via the foundation of Spain’s second largest bank, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA (BBVA). The money is an annual presentation and was recently given to the New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert. The bank said it gave her the cash “for her extraordinary ability to communicate in a rigorous, attractive manner the fundamental environmental challenges of our time”

.Philippines Coast Guard Accuses China of Blinding Crew With ‘Military-Grade’ Laser
The Philippines has accused China of “a blatant disregard” and “clear violation” of sovereignty, alleging that a Chinese coast guard ship last week directed a “military-grade laser light” at a Philippine Coast Guard ship in the hotly contested South China Sea, temporarily blinding the Filipino crew onboard.

Zelensky decorates military unit with ‘Nazi’ title 
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has awarded one of the country’s combat units an “honorary title” that harkens to a notorious Wehrmacht division that was involved in numerous war crimes during World War II.

New Bill Aims to Ban Transgender People From US Military — Cosponsor Says It’s Not Time to ‘Socially Experiment With Our Armed Forces’
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio has introduced legislation to ban transgender people from serving in the US Military — with limited exceptions.

Biden White House Denies Ohio Request for Federal Disaster Assistance Following Train Derailment and Toxic Chemical Mushroom Cloud Explosion
The Biden White House reportedly denied Ohio officials’ requests for Federal Disaster Assistance following the train derailment and the toxic chemical mushroom cloud explosion.

ew Idaho Bill to Charge Those Who Administer mRNA Vaccines with Misdemeanor
A new bill has been introduced in Idaho that would make the administration of experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines illegal.

Biohackers with the help of Big Tech are conducting unregulated and risky gene therapy experiments
Last year, biotech start-up Minicircle started recruiting participants for a clinical trial of gene therapy. But several details made it unusual. For one, it instructed would-be guinea pigs to purchase an NFT to take part, before being paid in cryptocurrency. Another is it would take place in what is essentially an experimental crypto city – Próspera, Honduras.

Canadian conservatives say no to Digital IDs that WEF collaborators are attempting to implement 
The leader of the Canadian Conservative Party, Pierre Poilievre, said that if he were to be elected Prime Minister, he would not impose digital IDs. He made the comment on a campaign trail in Windsor, Ontario.

Chinese spy balloons, UFOs, Project Blue Beam and the New World Order
On 13 February, the Pentagon refused to rule out the possibility that three unidentified flying objects shot down in as many days over North America are alien in origin. While the gigantic balloon or “airship” that was shot down by US F-22 fighters on 4 February has been linked to China, the three other objects sighted over Alaska, Michigan and Canada have been harder to classify.

Australian health authorities deny mother heart transplant because she’s unvaccinated
Health authorities in Victoria, Australia have denied a mother of two a heart transplant for being “unvaccinated.” She had received a medical exemption not to have a covid injection. She did not receive the vaccine because she is concerned that doing so could increase her risk of heart conditions such as myocarditis or pericarditis.