27 Jul 2023

Prophecy fulfilled? Foxes spotted in Jerusalem’s Old City on Tisha B’av
In a clear sign of the imminent rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem, a fox was spotted near the Zion Gate in the Old City on the evening of Tisha B’Av, the day commemorating the destruction of the two Temples.

From “America The Beautiful” To “America Smeared With Feces”.
Once upon a time, it was quite rare to see human feces right in the middle of the street. But now in cities that have severe drug problems authorities are constantly battling to keep things clean. For example, San Francisco has become world famous for the human feces that is seemingly “everywhere”… But residents say the problem is much bigger than what the data shows. 55 percent of America’s beaches had unsafe levels of feces in their waters at some point within the last year…

Exec At Trucking Giant Yellow Tells Staff Company Will File Bankruptcy On Monday
Yellow’s senior vice president of sales informed her staff on Wednesday that their last day would be Friday and the less-than-truckload carrier will file bankruptcy on Monday, according to three employees who attended the video call.

Details Of Secret US-Russia Talks Revealed As Ukraine Counteroffensive In Bad Shape
“Secret diplomatic talks are ongoing between former senior U.S. national security officials and high-ranking members of the Kremlin, a U.S. official directly involved in the talks has confirmed to The Moscow Times,” “If Russia thought it might lose Crimea,” the US official said, “it would almost certainly resort to tactical nuclear weapons.”

Russia raises highest age for conscripts from 27 to 30 in bid to replenish forces
Putin wants more men to join his army. The Russian leader has raised the maximum age at which men can be compulsorily enlisted in the army from 27 to 30 with the lower limit to remain at 18.

Soldiers in Niger announce they have overthrown the government
“We, the defense and security forces… have decided to put an end to the regime” of President Bazoum, said Colonel-Major Amadou Abdramane, surrounded by nine other uniformed soldiers in a statement read out on national television.

Israel’s Knesset shuts down for summer. What’s next?
The Knesset’s summer term effectively ended on Monday afternoon when the Law to Cancel the Reasonableness Standard passed its final vote.

AG Ellison’s family owned slaves, report says
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who recently faced criticism for comparing Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to a house slave, is himself a descendant of slaveowners, according to a 2017 report. “Ellison’s younger brother, Anthony, now a lawyer in Boston, recalled Ellison struggling with their mother’s revelation that some of their Creole ancestors had owned slaves,” Ellison spent hours interviewing his relatives with a tape recorder and notebook on a family cotton farm in Louisiana.

Tisha b’Av, the saddest day on the Hebrew calendar, begins Wednesday evening
Tonight begins the ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av, marking the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem and the beginning of the millenia of suffering endured by the “wandering Jew,” among other national tragedies.

Why there will be no civil war in Israel
I wish to call attention to a different and more fundamental point, which is that the left and the right in Israel do not play by the same rules.

Rare silver half-shekel coin from Judean Revolt found in Ein Gedi cave
The coin was found at the entrance of a cave on a cliff in a wadi (dry valley) near Ein Gedi. The search was part of an effort by the Israel Antiquities Authority … to combat antiquities theft.

Mike Pence says he supports federal law allowing abortion up to 15 weeks
The United States should “establish a minimum national standard of 15 weeks” for the latest a woman can have an abortion, says former Vice President Mike Pence, a 2024 Republican presidential candidate.

Sinéad O’Connor dies at age 56
…deeply troubled Irish Catholic singer Sinéad O’Connor, who sparked outrage in 1992 when she tore up a photograph of Pope John Paul II, passed away last night at age 56. In 2018, she converted to Islam, taking on the name “Shuhada Sadaqat.” The singer reportedly had several abortions, including one while on tour in 1990.

Hunter Biden pleads ‘not guilty’ to all charges after judge refused to sign onto ‘sweetheart’ plea deal
Hunter Biden has pleaded “not guilty” to all charges against him after the “sweetheart” plea deal that would have allowed him to plead guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges in exchange for avoiding prosecution for a felony gun charge apparently fell apart Wednesday. The court is set to reconvene at a later date – likely within the next four to six weeks – following what NBC has characterized as a “surprise development.”

Super Typhoon “Doksuri” moves through the Luzon Strait, heads toward southern China
Typhoon “Doksuri” — known as Egay in the Philippines — intensified into a super typhoon on Wednesday, July 25, 2023, having reached a maximum sustained wind speed of 240 km/h (150 mph) — the equivalent of a category 4 hurricane in the Atlantic. The typhoon left at least 1 person dead and 2 injured in the Philippines and is now heading toward mainland China.

Strong and shallow M6.4 earthquake hits Vanuatu 
A strong and shallow earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.4 hit Vanuatu at 12:44 UTC on July 26, 2023. The agency is reporting a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.4 at a depth of 41 km (25.5 miles).

BBC Apologizes for Asking Question to Moroccan Soccer Player on the LGBT Rights in Her Islamic Country
The Quran and Hadiths shape Morocco’s stance on homosexuality, with verses condemning same-sex behavior as an “abomination” and punishable by death.

Amazon rolling out new payment tech at all Whole Foods stores
Amazon announced Thursday it is rolling out its pay-by-palm services in Whole Foods Market stores across the country, making it possible for customers to use their palms for purchases without a wallet or phone.

Mexican drug cartels are behind the surge in retail thefts
Mexican cartels are quietly expanding their global criminal empires to include mass theft operations targeting big-box stores, luxury retail brands, and small businesses, then selling the stolen goods online and laundering the profits through Chinese brokers.

Chinese Media Company ‘Exploits’ US News Sites To Propagandize, Cybersecurity Firm Says
Shanghai-based media company Haixun Press is placing articles on over 30 American news websites to promote China, according to a Monday report by cybersecurity firm Mandiant.

Pentagon Says “Significant Escalation” In Russian Jets Endangering Lives Of US Pilots Over Syria
US officials said a Russian fighter jet flew close to a US reconnaissance plane over Syria, forcing it to fly erratically and endangering the lives of the four American crew members,

8 Signs We’re Headed for a Global Famine
It’s hard to believe that something as dire as “famine” could occur in places like the United States or Europe. However, the evidence is mounting, and Ertharin Cousin, former executive director of the World Food Program, calls it “a perfect storm in global agriculture.”

Google Tests A.I. Tool That Is Able to Write News Articles 
Google is testing a product that uses artificial intelligence technology to produce news stories, pitching it to news organizations including The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal’s owner, News Corp, according to three people familiar with the matter.

Tornado damages Pfizer plant in North Carolina, will “likely lead to long-term shortages” of medicine 
An important Pfizer pharmaceutical plant in North Carolina was severely damaged on Wednesday after a powerful tornado ripped through the area, threatening production lines that normally provide huge amounts of medicine to U.S. hospitals. Meanwhile, torrential rain flooded parts of Kentucky and communities from California to South Florida endured scorching heat that at times reached record-high temperatures.

‘You Will Not Bully Us’: California School Board Shuts Down State Superintendent
California’s superintendent was escorted out of a local school board meeting on Thursday in a defeat for state Democratic leaders seeking to quash dissent from their LGBT education agenda.

Biden’s Plans to Block the Sun Are Actually Worse Than You Realize
Solar radiation modification (SRM) is a form of geoengineering that aims to cool off the Earth by reflecting sunlight back into space.1 The controversial strategy comes with significant risks, but that didn’t stop the White House from moving forward with a research plan for “solar and other rapid climate interventions.”

Did ELON MUSK Summon DEM0NS to Create The X App?!
Did Elon Musk Summon Demons To Create The X App?!

The Kissinger Report: US government’s policy to depopulate the world 
Dr. Robert Malone was sceptical about various “depopulation agenda” theories involving covid.  But his mind has changed since receiving an analysis of official documents from a colleague.  The incriminating documents included The Kissinger Report.

Schools are storing your Child’s Biometric Data without Consent
Beginning in 2001, the UK was the first country in the world to introduce the use of biometrics in schools.  About half of the children at school in the UK now use their biometrics to access services in schools, such as food and libraries. Before 2021, no parental consent was given for schools to take, store and use children’s personal data.  After a law was enacted to require schools to obtain parental consent, the use of Radio Frequency Identification (“RFID”) may become the tool of choice for schools.

Shocking ONS Report: COVID Vaccinated 18-39 Age Group at 91% Higher Death Risk than Unvaccinated Peers in UK
Official figures published by the UK’s Office for National Statistics show that deaths per 100,000 among double vaccinated 18-39-year-olds were on average 91% higher than deaths per 100,000 among unvaccinated 18-39-year-olds between January 2021 and January 2022. This means it can no longer be denied that the Covid