30 May 2023

DeSantis the pro-Israel candidate ‘maybe more than Trump’ – senior Republican
After more than two years of Biden policies, Israelis are deeply concerned about the next US presidential election. While Trump has a proven track record of pro-Israel policies, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced his intention to run as the Republican candidate for the 2024 presidential election, and pro-Israel voters are wondering which candidate to support. One expert thinks it almost doesn’t matter. DeSantis is a proven pro-Israel politician, “maybe even more than Trump.”

Fears Satanists have returned as lamb’s throat slit and has Bible placed on dead body
A coven of Satanists could again be stalking the New Forest, locals fear, after a slaughtered lamb was found with a bloodstained Bible resting on its body. There were concerns raised in 2019 after evidence of Satanic rituals was found in the forest. Pigs were found with their hearts ripped out and sheep and cows were also killed and mutilated.

Tennessee School District Sues Big Tech Giants, Claims Social Media Harmful to Children
According to multiple Thursday reports, the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSs) is filing a lawsuit against several Silicon Valley titans of industry, claiming that social media is having a debilitating effect on its students. The Frantz Law Group of California, working with the Tennessee law firm Lewis Thomason, filed the lawsuit the week of May 8, according to ClarksvilleNow.com. The defendants in the suit include Facebook, Google, Instagram, Meta, Snapchat, TikTok, WhatsApp and YouTube.

Walls Closing In on FBI as Agency Has One Day to Turn Over Joe Biden Document – Or Else
“If Director Wray refuses to hand over this unclassified record, the Oversight Committee will begin contempt of Congress proceedings,” Comer said.

Taiwan Says It’s In Talks On Being Brought Under US Nuclear Umbrella
Taiwan’s foreign minister said last week that the US and Taiwan are in talks on the possibility of the island being brought under Washington’s nuclear umbrella, a step that would make a catastrophic war between the US and China much more likely.

South Dakota Governor Tells Higher Education Board To Remove Mandates On Preferred Pronouns.
the Republican governor told the board it should ban drag shows on university campuses, and, separately, remove all preferred pronouns in school materials, as well as remove all mandates that compel people to use preferred pronouns.

Japan puts missile defences on alert as North Korea warns of satellite launch
Japan put its ballistic missile defences on alert on Monday and vowed to shoot down any projectile that threatens its territory, after North Korea notified it of a planned satellite launch between May 31 and June 11.

‘Patently Anti-Religious’: Parents and Christian Schools Sue Minnesota Over New Law
Two families have joined with the University of Northwestern-St. Paul and Crown College in a federal lawsuit over a new law that excludes some Christian schools from the state’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program. The PSEO program, created in 1985, allows high school juniors and seniors to earn high school and college credit simultaneously, without incurring debt, by taking courses at the college or university of their choice. But an amendment signed May 24 by Gov. Tim Walz expressly bars some faith-based schools from participating in the program.

US ‘deeply troubled’ by Homesh yeshiva reopening
The State Department spoke out against the reopening of the Homesh Yeshiva in a new, “permanent” site in the settlement on Monday. “We are deeply troubled by the Israeli government’s recent order that allows its citizens to establish a permanent presence in the Homesh outpost

Groundbreaking Israeli cancer treatment has 90% success rate
Hadassah-University Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem has announced an “unprecedented achievement” in the treatment of multiple myeloma cancer – the second-most common hematological disease. It accounts for one-tenth of all blood cancers and 1% of all types of malignancies. The innovative treatment against the disease, which has long been considered incurable, was developed after a series of experiments carried out in the hospital’s bone-marrow transplant and immunotherapy department in recent years.

Netanyahu to Erdogan: We’ll raise Israel-Turkey ties to new heights
According to a readout from his office, the two leaders “agreed to continue strengthening bilateral relations and to bring them to new heights.” Netanyahu told Erdogan that he is committed to expanding the “circle of peace” and to strengthening relations with Turkey, the statement said.

Now or Never – Israel and Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Program
Iran is busy building new, impenetrable nuclear bunkers and developing advanced ballistic missiles. What is Israel waiting for? There are all kinds of developments that indicate Israel is getting closer to direct action against Iran.

“Have You Murdered and Also Inherited?”
Israeli minister cites Scripture in demanding government regain control over the Negev. Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich was outraged this week when the Israel Land Authority awarded Jewish-owned land to a convicted Bedouin Arab criminal in order to convince him to stop committing crimes. Smotrich said the judges should take a look at what the Bible has to say about such decisions.

Justice system reform dialogue resumes after budget passes, focus on Judicial Selection Committee
Judicial reform compromise talks between coalition and opposition representatives have reportedly reached a crucial point. Following the coalition’s successful vote on the two-year state budget last week, the focus is now on the Judicial Selection Committee.

Cracked buildings reported after shallow M3.8 earthquake hits Melbourne, the strongest since 1902 
A shallow earthquake registered by Geoscience Australia as M3.8 hit Melbourne, Australia at 13:41 UTC on May 28, 2023, at a depth of just 2 km (1.2 miles). USGS is reporting M3.6 at a depth of 9.5 km (5.9 miles); EMSC M3.6 at a depth of 5 km (3.1 miles).

Destructive tornado hits Lampung, causing extensive damage to hundreds of houses, Indonesia
On the evening of May 27, 2023, a tornado hit three sub-districts in Central Lampung, Indonesia, causing extensive damage to hundreds of houses. The affected sub-districts include Kota Gajah, Punggur, and Trimorejo. The sudden strong winds began around 19:00 WIB, initially accompanied by regular rain and thunder.

Biden Admin Anti-Semitism Letter to Colleges Makes No Mention of Israel 
…Antisemitism on college campuses is at an all-time high. Much of it is driven by leftist and Islamist groups harassing Jews over Israel and disguising their antisemitism as anti-Zionism.

Croatian EU Parliamentarian Mislav Kolakusic Publicly Declares WHO a TERRORIST Organization 
In a stunning statement, Mislav Kolakušić, a Member of the European Parliament for Croatia, publicly declared the World Health Organization (WHO) a terrorist organization.

Shocking New York Times Review of The Little Mermaid Complains the Children’s Film Had Insufficient ‘Kink’ 
The review, perhaps correctly, noted that the film “reeks of obligation and noble intentions,” but lost most people when it continued to say “joy, fun, mystery, risk, flavor, kink — they’re missing.”

Ukraine Hit By Large Drone Attack
The Ukrainian regime was hit by one of the “largest Russian drone attacks.” The local authorities reported damage to infrastructure and military facilities in several regions.

Deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia is ‘absolutely possible,’ says ex-Mossad chief
Against a backdrop of measured optimism from Jerusalem over the chances of a normalization deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia, former Mossad chief Yossi Cohen said Sunday that such an agreement was “absolutely possible.”

ANALYSIS: ‘Forest to Farmland’ Signals China’s Return to a Planned Economy
A burgeoning movement to return forests to farmland and the sudden arrival of heavy-handed rural enforcers are at the center of recent dramatic events in China.

Border Patrol encounters 393% increase of Chinese migrants, increasing CCP spy risk
The influx of Chinese migrants crossing the southern border continued through April, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data.

Universal Studios to Host All-Ages ‘Pride Night’ Featuring Drag Shows, Photo Ops With Children’s Characters
Universal Studios Hollywood is teaming up with Los Angeles Pride to host an all-ages after-hours “Pride” celebration at the theme park.

San Francisco Residents Say the City Has Descended into a Dystopian “Zombie Apocalypse”
San Francisco residents and business owners decried the city’s growing drug and crime problem, with some describing it as a “Zombie apocalypse.”

CDC Admits Most of Its Staffers Infected in COVID Outbreak Were Vaccinated
A COVID outbreak at a conference held by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) unfolded despite most staffers and attendees being vaccinated.

HELL NO! “Unprecedented Land Grab” by WHO That “Could Force Britain, U.S., and Australia into Lockdowns in Future Pandemics.”
The World Health Organization is currently considering making amendments to the International Health Regulations, one of which could force member states to comply with any rules issued during future pandemics, which could include vaccine passports and border closures.

European Commission has initiated four pan-European projects for Digital IDs 
The European Commission has set aside €46 million (about £40 million) for four pan-European pilot projects of the European Digital Identity (“EUDI”) wallet.  The projects represent a combined investment of over €90 million in the EU digital identity plans, 50% co-financed by the Commission.

Synthetic biology aims to replace natural life forms with something that is man-made
Several years ago, leaked FEMA documents described that people would be put into FEMA camps for, essentially, re-education.  That concept “is old,” Celeste Solum told Maria Zeee.  The plan has been replaced by a “posthuman” ideology.

More Than 50,000 US Stores Will Close By 2027 According To UBS
“Looking forward over the next 5 years, we estimate -50K stores will close on the current store base of ~940K stores in the US… a protracted US recession would put downward pressure and could result in up to 90K closures.”

South Dakota Governor Tells Higher Education Board To Remove Mandates On Preferred Pronouns
“For the last several decades, many states have allowed liberal ideologies to poison their universities and colleges… Professors have discarded reason and logic in favor of subjectivity and relativism. “