20 Aug 2023

Evacuations Precede Hilary
Hurricane Hilary has not yet made landfall in the US, but California officials already are calling for evacuations. The storm has weakened but accelerated, forecasters said, and probably will be downgraded to a tropical storm by Sunday, … But they still warn of “catastrophic and life-threatening flooding.” Los Angeles County urged people on Catalina Island to evacuate, saying the island could be in for extended power outages. Sheriff’s officials also called for evacuations in parts of San Bernardino County because of the possibility of flooding.

Russia’s Luna-25 spacecraft suffers technical glitch, space agency says
An “abnormal situation” occurred at Russia’s Luna-25 spacecraft on Saturday as it was preparing to transfer to its pre-landing orbit, Russia’s national space agency Roskosmos said. “During the operation, an abnormal situation occurred on board the automatic station, which did not allow the manoeuvre to be performed with the specified parameters,”

Hurricane Hilary barrels towards Baja California peninsula, southwest US
Hurricane Hilary hurtled towards Mexico’s Baja California peninsula on Saturday, a U.S. government agency said, blanketing the region with heavy rain amid warnings of catastrophic and life-threatening flooding on the peninsula and the U.S. Southwest. “Dangerous to catastrophic flooding is expected,” the NHC said.

British Columbia wildfires intensify, doubling evacuations to over 35,000
Forest fires in Canada’s western province of British Columbia intensified further on Saturday, doubling the number of people under an evacuation order to 35,000 from a day earlier, as authorities warned of difficult days ahead. The province declared a state of emergency on Friday, to access temporary authoritative powers to tackle fire-related risks, as out-of-control fires ripped through interior British Columbia and partially shut down some sections of a key transit route between the Pacific coast and the rest of western Canada, and destroyed many properties.

In Contentious Religious Freedom Debate, Congressman Insists It’s ‘Too Far’ For Christians To Call Jesus ‘The Only Way’
Tuesday night, a contentious debate over religious freedom broke out on Twitter between a Republican congressman and a former Trump campaign staffer. To make matters even more interesting, a Democratic congresswoman joined the fray, offering a strong defense of America’s First Freedom. Although the congressman eventually apologized for his comments, the debate shed light on how the nature of religious freedom can be misunderstood.

Roman-era aqueduct collapses in central Israel
Ancient Caesarea’s water arch collapsed, putting its preservation at risk; The 1,870-year-old structure, built by Emperor Hadrian, was renowned for its precise design and impressive attention to detail at the time

Mystery plane carrying gold, weapons, and cash from Cairo lands in Zambia
The flight of money from Egypt has become a growing concern as many wealthy individuals seek to move money out of Egypt and keep their fortunes out of the eyes of the authorities.

State Department says funds to Iran will only be humanitarian; Regime disagrees
“The dollars that are being made available—that is, Iranian funds that are being made now available to Iran—this is a way of actually facilitating their use strictly for humanitarian purposes and in a strictly controlled way,”

Palestinian terrorist murders Israeli father and son in Huwara in West Bank shooting attack
Two Israeli citizens were shot and murdered by a terrorist in the Palestinian town of Huwara in the West Bank on Saturday afternoon. The 60-year-old father and his 29-year-old son were murdered in a car wash station in the town. The terrorist fled after the murder, and the IDF is currently searching for him and is operating roadblocks throughout the area. In addition, the IDF is analyzing the video footage from road cameras in the vicinity of the town of Huwara.

“America Is Under Attack”: Georgia Senator Demands Special Session To Investigate, Possibly Impeach Fani Willis
Georgia Republican state Sen. Colton Moore is demanding a special emergency legislative session to investigate the actions of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis with regard to former President Donald Trump, in a move that Mr. Moore said could lead to Ms. Willis’s impeachment.

Canadian wildfires prompt evacuation of 20 000 as flames approach Yellowknife 
Multiple wildfires in Canada’s northern territories have forced thousands to evacuate their homes, especially in Yellowknife. As the flames approached, the 20 000 residents of the city were instructed to evacuate by Friday, August 18, 2023.

Petition To Cancel Disney’s New Show ‘Pauline’ About Satan Impregnating Teenager Goes Viral
Just when you thought Disney had hit rock bottom, Disney Plus is set to release a satanic love story for children about a teenage girl who gets impregnated by Satan following a one-night stand.

Biden sells border wall parts to thwart GOP push to use them
The Biden administration is quietly auctioning off millions of dollars’ worth of unused parts from former President Trump’s border wall for peanuts – in an apparent end-run around pending legislation in Congress.

‘Smear parents’: Alarm sounded as bill targeting moms and dads gains steam
California parental rights advocates are sounding the alarm as a bill targeting parents who speak out at school-board meetings continues to advance through the state’s legislature.

Maui Resident Says We Were Winning Against Fires “Until Water Shut Off”
A Maui resident has told several news outlets “the water shut off” while he and other members of the Maui community were battling fires.

YouTube to Censor Content Contradicting WHO Guidelines
YouTube has introduced a new “medical misinformation policy” that will censor any medical or health-related content that doesn’t align with claims made by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Feminist medical school professor says trans kids identifying as ‘minotaurs’ are part of ‘gender revolution’
A California hospital executive and professor claimed children can identify as a mythology-inspired creature and claimed that this category of children love mermaids, according to a presentation reviewed by Fox News Digital.

NFL Star Red Pills Millions of Normies: ‘Sound of Freedom Exposes CIA Pedophile Ring’ 
NFL star Tua Tagovailoa went viral on Friday after voicing his support from the anti-child trafficking movie “Sound of Freedom” and warning millions of Americans that the CIA operate the largest pedophile ring in the world.

British Gov’t Declare Declining Birth Rates Will Help ‘Save the Planet’ 
The British government has declared that the sharp decline in birth rates is a “desirable outcome” due to the fact that it will help “save the planet”

Could An Agreement Between Saudi Arabia And Israel Pave The Way For The Antichrist’s ‘Covenant With Many’?
A top Israeli diplomat said that a normalization agreement wit Saudi Arabia would be “a historic opportunity for a peace process that will change the face of the Middle East and the whole world.” That’s a dramatic statement in light of Bible prophecy.

Tennessee teacher apologizes for creative writing assignment about killing someone
A Tennessee middle school teacher has apologized after giving her students an assignment in which they were asked to imagine the experience of committing murder.

“Trump Was Right”: Jake Tapper Admits Biden Lied About Hunter ‘Making Fortune In Ukraine, China, Moscow’
“Hunter Biden admitted in court in July that he was, in fact, paid substantial sums from Chinese companies…”

Kenya bans churches linked to starvation cult deaths of followers who wanted to ‘meet Jesus’
Kenya has banned five churches, including one led by a suspected cult leader accused of encouraging more than 400 followers to starve themselves to death, according to a government document released Friday.

Sound of Freedom Crosses $175 Million, Beating Indiana Jones, Mission: Impossible, Transformers
The record-breaking summer hit film Sound of Freedom crossed $175 million this week, marking another incredible feat for a movie that struggled to get a distributor.

1,000 Christians forced to sleep rough after mob violence in Pakistan
A thousand Christians have fled their homes and are now sleeping rough after they were targeted by rampaging mobs. Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) reports that the level of destruction in Jaranwala, near Faisalabad, has been “down to the last lightbulb”.

‘Basic safeguards’ or ‘baseless attack’? Activists react to 5th Circuit abortion pill ruling
A federal appeals court ruling this week that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration must restore certain safeguards for chemical abortion drugs has prompted reactions from pro-life and pro-choice advocacy groups.