Polish MP Proposes “Anti-Bug Law” To Require Labels On Insect-Containing Foods
A Polish deputy agriculture minister has proposed an “anti-bug law” which would require all food products containing insects to be labeled with a special warning.
Israel Strikes Syria After Rare Rocket Attack On Golan Heights
On the heels of the most intense exchange of fire across the Israel-Lebanon border since 2006, violence erupted on a different front over Saturday night, as a rare rocket attack on the Israel-occupied Golan Heights was carried out by Palestinian militants in Syria.
Meet The “Woke” Rating Score Prompting Brands Like Nike And Bud To Hire Trans Influencers For Ads
We may finally have an answer to why Budweiser knowingly decided to torch its brand and its customer base by entrusting its marketing and ad strategy to a man in a women’s clothing drinking beer in a bubble bath. Like everyone else, it appears it’s simply to try and appease the “woke” lobby,
CDC Partners With ‘Social And Behavior Change’ Initiative To Silence Vaccine Hesitancy
Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, a Stanford-educated ear, nose, and throat doctor, isn’t afraid to voice her beliefs. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, she repeatedly used her platform on Twitter and TikTok to question the vaccines, promote ivermectin as a treatment, and call out pharmacists for refusing to dispense it.
US searches for source of highly-classified intel leak
Officials say the breadth of topics addressed in the documents, which touch on the war in Ukraine, China, the Middle East and Africa, suggest they were leaked by an American rather than an ally.
Hezbollah, Hamas heads meet, promise further ‘resistance’ against Israel
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh met in Beirut with Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah to discuss resistance efforts against Israel, after a tense weekend in which his terror group fired rockets across the country’s southern and northern borders. Haniyeh’s deputy Saleh al-Arouri was also present at the meeting, which was reported on by the affiliated news outlet Al-Mayadeen.
Iran kickstarts multi-front Middle East war against Israel
A week of attacks on Israel, including rockets fired from Lebanon, Gaza and Syria, represents the manifestation of an Iranian strategy to confront Israel with multiple threats on different fronts. Although different groups may be behind the attacks from those places, these groups are likely all linked to Iran.
‘Elimination of Israel’ on the horizon, IRGC commander says
Iran is promising to deliver a “strong and decisive response” to Israel’s recent airstrikes in Syria that killed two Iranian military advisers. The Israelis “know they have received and will receive a harsher blow compared to what they have dealt to us,
Turkey’s Erdogan to Iran’s Raisi: Muslim world must unite against Israel
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan told his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi that the “Islamic world should be united against Israel’s attacks in Palestine,” according to his office. The two leaders also discussed the clashes between Palestinian rioters and Israel Police at the al-Aqsa mosque, in which hundreds of masked youths barricaded themselves inside the Al Aqsa mosque with fireworks, clubs and projectiles.
Is the Mossad Trying to Overthrow Netanyahu?
leaked Pentagon documents suggest the alleged coup attempt is homegrown, and that Israel’s Mossad spy agency is to blame. Senior Israeli officials, including from the Mossad and the Prime Minister’s Office, were quick to dismiss the assessment as completely false …
Thousands attend Passover priestly blessing at Western Wall in Jerusalem
More than 15,000 people gathered at the Western Wall for the traditional recitation of the priestly blessing during Passover, according to Israel Police estimates. While religious Jews will recite the priestly blessing in any prayer group with at least person of priestly descent (Cohen), the public recitation of the priestly blessing at the Western Wall happens twice a year, during Passover (Feast of Unleavened Bread) and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles).
Western Australia’s Pilbara, Kimberley gear up for post-Easter tropical cyclone
Residents across Western Australia’s north are bracing for a dramatic end to the wet season, with a post-Easter tropical cyclone set to hit the region.
Maryland parish was home to a dozen priests accused of child sexual abuse
On the day after Easter, the pastor of a Roman Catholic parish in Maryland that was home to a dozen priests accused of sexual abuse will be saying the rosary for their victims.
Scientists Pumping mRNA Into Cow’s Milk To ‘Force Jab’ the Unvaccinated
Scientists who pumped mRNA into cow’s milk have announced they have “successfully” immunized mice who fed on the milk, leading to fears that commercial milk is set to be quietly loaded with mRNA in order to vaccinate the unvaccinated population.
Graphic Novel Depicting Students Shooting Teacher Found in Florida Middle School Libraries
Days after a young woman shot to death six innocent people in the Nashville school she once attended, one Florida parent discovered a book series in Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) about students who bring assault rifles into the classroom and try shooting their teacher to death.
Corporations HAVE to Feature Dylan Mulvaney — Or Else
…The New York Post reported Friday that “executives at companies like Nike, Anheuser-Busch and Kate Spade, whose brand endorsements have turned controversial trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney into today’s woke ‘It girl,’ aren’t just virtue signaling.” Instead, they’re paying the modern-day equivalent of Mafia protection money, trying to keep the heat off their business: they’re hiring Dylan and making other displays of wokeness “because they have to — or risk failing an all-important social credit score that could make or break their businesses.” If they don’t inflict woke advertising campaigns on us, they’re liable to do damage to their Corporate Equality Index (CEI) score, which could be disastrous for their business.
An Oxford college will not celebrate St. George’s Day this year on his April 23rd feast day. Magdalen College will celebrate the Muslim holiday Eid al-Fitr instead. Eid al-Fitr is not even celebrated on April 23rd. It’s two days earlier. The entire Western world is collapsing before our eyes. God help us.
Graphene Oxide is a fairly new substance not yet well understood. But what we do know is that studies have proven it can be toxic to cells and tissues in the body. And further studies have shown Graphene Oxide to have toxic effects on blood cells, inducing oxidative stress and inflammation. This is why it’s concerning to find Graphene Oxide (GO) has been in and out of the news for the past two years in relation to the COVID-19 vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
Echoes Of New Century’s Collapse Amid Sudden Firesale Of Real Estate Loans As One Bank Sees 40% Downside
“This is what the beginning of a firesale looks like.” – Margin Call
Jesus’ resurrection: Two-thirds of Americans say biblical accounts are accurate; higest in Midwest, South
Most Americans believe Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the first Easter Sunday, although many are unsure of the significance of this event in their daily lives, according to the results of a study released during Holy Week.
‘Assault Weapon’ Ban Passes WA Senate – Governor Signals Support
Will be 10th state with a ban, but nationwide Supreme Court rejection could be coming
SKorea, US, Japan call for support of ban on NKorea workers
South Korea, the U.S. and Japan called for stronger international support of efforts to ban North Korea from sending workers abroad and curb the North’s cybercrimes as a way to block the country’s means to fund its nuclear program.
Christian Composer: ‘Being Faithful to God’s Calling’ Will ‘Cost You’ in Hollywood
A Christian composer who has written music for Adventures in Odyssey and Angel Studios has revealed that he lost out on mainstream jobs due to his biblical beliefs but noted that it was worth it to stay true to his faith.
IDF: 6 rockets fired from Syria at Golan Heights; military retaliates with strikes
Three projectiles cross into Israeli territory in 2 separate barrages, causing no casualties or damage; residents told to open bomb shelters, stay near safe zones