6 Jan 2024

Memo Gives Legal Backing to Prevent Gazans from Returning North During War
A memo submitted Wednesday to Israel’s political leadership asserts that Israel has no legal obligation to allow displaced Gaza residents to return to their homes in the northern Gaza Strip for the coming months. The opinion was written in recent days in light of claims made within the security establishment that under international law, Israel had to allow residents to return to their homes.

Arabs Vandalize Joshua’s Altar on Mount Ebal
The reports of renewed damage to the site on Mount Ebal known as Joshua’s Altar, which is under joint control with the Palestinian Authority, highlight anew the need for the preservation, upkeep and safeguarding of Israeli archaeological sites in P.A.-controlled areas after decades of neglect.

‘Sanctuary’ City New York Sues Texas Charter Bus Companies For $700 Million Over Migrant Dropoffs
New York City is suing more than a dozen charter bus and transportation companies involved in busing migrants to the self-proclaimed ‘sanctuary’ for migrants that now wants nothing to do with them.

Judge Shuts Down New Attempt To Remove Trump From Ballot
Albany County District Court Judge Misha Westby dismissed the case “without prejudice,” which means the plaintiff, Tim Newcomb, can bring it again, according to court papers

B-1 Bomber Crashes In South Dakota
“An Air Force B-1B Lancer assigned to Ellsworth Air Force Base crashed at approximately 5:50 p.m. today while attempting to land on the installation. At the time of the accident, it was on a training mission. There were four aircrew on board. All four ejected safely,” a statement read from the public affairs office for the 28th Bomb Wing.

Florida Surgeon General Warns Against Using mRNA COVID Vaccines Over Possible Cancer Risk
Florida’s Surgeon General, Dr. Joseph Ladapo, is warning against any use of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 mRNA vaccines citing cancer concerns. He sent a letter on Dec. 6, to the FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert Califf and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Mandy Cohen outlining his concerns about the high presence of DNA molecules in the mRNA vaccines alongside lipid nanoparticles (LNPs) used to deliver medicine into human cells.

‘In God We Trust’: House Speaker Mike Johnson And What It Means To Hold A Biblical Worldview
When Mike Johnson was elected speaker of the House of Representatives in late October after bids by several Republican nominees had failed, the Louisiana congressman stepped up to the rostrum with an unmistakable sense of calling. In the wake of former Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s ouster and the bureaucratic chaos that had engulfed Congress for weeks, Johnson was resolute. “I don’t believe there are any coincidences in a [matter] like this,” Johnson said during his Oct. 25 acceptance speech in the House chamber. “I believe that Scripture, the Bible, is very clear that God is the One that raises up those in authority.

IDF Destroys Rocket Launch Sites In Khan Younis As Battles Rage In Hamas Stronghold
The strikes, carried out by air, sea, and ground forces, hit Hamas command centers, launch positions, weapons depots, and other infrastructure, according to the IDF. In central Gaza’s al-Bureij, the military says troops of the Border Defense Corps’ 414th Combat Intelligence Collection Unit spotted a group of Hamas operatives attempting to attack an IDF tank.

Gallant: ‘the hourglass is about to turn’ on Hezbollah
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant issued a warning to Hezbollah on Friday, saying that although Israel favors a diplomatic resolution to the tensions along the Lebanese border, the likelihood of resorting to a military option is increasingly imminent. …we prefer the path of a diplomatic agreement reached by consensus. However, we are nearing the point where the hourglass is about to turn.”

Nasrallah warns Israel: The response is inevitably coming
“The response is inevitably coming. We cannot remain silent on a violation of this magnitude because it means the whole of Lebanon would be exposed,” Hassan Nasrallah stated in a televised speech. “The decision is now in the hands of the battlefield,” he said

US offers $10 million reward for info on Hamas financial networks
The US State Department’s Rewards for Justice Program is offering a reward of up to $10 million for information leading to the disruption of financial mechanisms of the Foreign Terrorist Organization Hamas. In a statement on Friday, the Department said it seeks information on Hamas financial facilitators Abdelbasit Hamza Elhassan Khair, Amer Kamal Sharif Alshawa, Ahmed Sadu Jahleb, Walid Mohammed Mustafa Jadallah, and Muhammad Ahmad ‘Abd Al-Dayim Nasrallah.

JFK airport protesters show that they’ve learned the lesson of the George Floyd riots
The George Floyd riots of 2020 showed leftists that they can do virtually anything in America today and suffer at worst only token consequences. On Monday, pro-Palestinian protesters in New York City showed that they have taken that lesson to heart. The New York Post reported that “hateful anti-Israel protesters yelling inflammatory chants snarled traffic and caused chaos as they descended upon John F. Kennedy International Airport Monday – creating a nightmare on one of the busiest travel days of the year.”

The six Hamas leaders on Israel’s target list
The assassination of Hamas deputy leader Salah Arouri in an airstrike in Beirut on Tuesday was the highest-profile attack on the terror group, it is by no means the last. Israeli leaders have vowed to track down and kill Hamas leaders wherever they are. Here are the six Hamas figures that would be at the top of an Israeli hit list…..

IDF commando: It is the time of Jacob’s trouble
even the commandoes of Duvdevan were taken aback by what awaited them upon entering the hellscape of the Gaza periphery on that Black Shabbat. At one point in the conversation, Col. D. is asked how he interprets what happened and is happening to Israel. He responds: “It will be a time of trouble for Jacob,” quoting Jeremiah 30:7. But the passage concludes by affirming that “he will be saved out of it.”

White House: IDF op in southern Gaza must be ‘different’ than in north
The U.S. has “reinforced in very clear language” that the next round of IDF operations must not “produce significant further displacement of persons,” said a senior Biden administration official. … Israel has been “receptive” to the White House’s concerns.

In Gaza push, IDF kills Hamas terrorists in tunnels, others surrender
During operations in the Hamas stronghold of Khan Yunis, troops from the 4th “Kiryati” (reserve) Armored Brigade located and destroyed hundreds of feet of tunnels, and five members of Hamas’s elite Nukhba squad surrendered to the 55th “Tip of the Spear” (reserve) Paratroopers Brigade, … “We have killed many dozens of terrorists, including Nukhba operatives and company commanders,” Col. Miki Sharvit, commander of the 4th Brigade, stated.

Do Palestinian supporters really understand what’s going on in Israeli/Arab communities?
Protestors focused on the lives of the displaced Gazans, are very sympathetic to their plight as they see them in the crossfires of this battle. Yet they seem to forget who put them in that position.

Netanyahu says Israel seeks to restore security on Lebanon border
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told visiting U.S. presidential advisor, Amos Hochstein, that the Jewish state intends to fundamentally restore security along its northern border with Lebanon, which is currently threatened by the Iranian-backed terror organization Hezbollah. The Biden administration reportedly dispatched special envoy Hochstein to the Middle East to cool tensions

Minnesota now has the highest rate of corporate tax in the United States
As of January 1, Minnesota’s corporate tax rate remains 9.8 percent. The previous highest corporate tax rate belonged to New Jersey, where the corporate rate dropped to 9 percent upon the expiration a 2.5 percent surtax on corporate income over $1,000,000 at the end of 2023.

Abortion Was the Leading Cause of Death Worldwide in 2023, Killing 73 Million People
More human beings died in abortions than any other cause of death in 2023. A heartbreaking reminder about the prevalence of abortion, statistics compiled by Worldometers indicate that there were over 73 million abortions world-wide in 2023. The independent site collects data from governments and other organizations and then reports the data, along with estimates and projections, based on those numbers. Worldometers bases its daily abortion figures on a fact sheet from the World Health Organization, which estimates an even higher figure for abortions per year than Worldometers. “Around 73 million induced abortions take place worldwide each year,” the WHO says. Abortion is also the leading cause of death in the United States.

Icing expected in the Appalachians, heavy snow across the interior Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, U.S. 
A significant winter storm is set to bring ice and snow from the Southern Appalachians through New England this weekend, with travel disruptions, power outages, and coastal flooding anticipated due to heavy snow, gusty winds, and ice accumulations.

Tornado hits Sint-Katelijne-Wver in Belgium, causing severe damage to local growers 
A tornado between Sint-Katelijne-Waver and Putte in Belgium caused severe damage Wednesday afternoon, January 3, 2024, with one horticultural company, Paulanco, losing 40 years of work as greenhouses were demolished and glass shattered.

Lower Saxony battles severe flooding, extensive agricultural damage, Germany
Severe flooding is affecting parts of Germany again after record-breaking December rains, with Lower Saxony facing the brunt of the deluge and emergency services, including the armed forces, responding to the crisis.

Widespread flooding hits Pas-de-Calais, damaging more than 2 000 homes, France
Following severe rainfall, Pas-de-Calais faces its second major flood in recent months, affecting hundreds of residents and leading to significant emergency responses, including 710 rescues since December 30.

Finland records coldest January temperature since 2006
Finland experienced its coldest January temperature since 2006 when Enontekiö Airport registered -42.4 °C (-44.3 °F) on January 4, 2024. The severe cold is not isolated to Finland, as nearby regions in Sweden and Norway have also reported record-low temperatures, indicating a widespread Arctic chill across the Nordic countries.

Fiducia Supplicans Controversy: Holy Office Issues ‘Clarification’ as Pope Francis Tries to Quell Open Rebellion Against Gay Couple Blessings
The unrest in the Catholic ranks is far from over, as Globalist Pope Francis tries to deal with widespread international backlash to the Vatican’s recent declaration on same-sex blessings contained in the Fiducia Supplicans document.

REPORT: Over 7,000 German Women Raped or Assaulted by Migrants Since 2015.
Migrants, especially those who entered Germany illegally during Europe’s migrant crisis, have raped and sexually assaulted over 7,000 German women since 2015, according to a report in the 243-year-old Neue Zürcher Zeitung newspaper.


So…What Exactly Happened At That Miami Bayside Mall on January 1st?

I have purposely held off on covering this story for a few days. When I saw the initial reports that 8-10 foot Alien/Nephilim creatures were spotted at the Miami Mall leading to a massive police response I knew it was time to pump the brakes and wait for this story to develop.

Israel to appear before ICJ to counter South Africa’s Gaza case

Israel is preparing to defend itself in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands, against South Africa’s accusation that it has committed genocide in Gaza.

Catholic priest wearing rainbow stole gives ‘blessing’ to women civilly ‘married’ for 22 years 
The Saint Paul Catholic Church in Kentucky posted a picture of the ‘blessing’ on their official Facebook page. The text accompanying the photo said that the ‘blessing’ was ‘offered according to the guidelines in Fiducia Supplicans.’

Mask Mandates Return to New York City Hospitals 
Mask mandates have returned to New York City hospitals after a 17% uptick in COVID -19 hospital admissions, the New York Daily News has reported.

White House Warns of ‘Outside Actors’ Interfering in Taiwan Elections After Suspected CCP Spy Balloon Detected
The Biden administration has called for “free, fair, open, and transparent elections” in Taiwan and warned against Chinese Communist Party (CCP) interference after the self-ruling island reported seeing multiple Chinese balloons flying across the Taiwan Strait this week.

Dr. Ladapo Prepared to Ban mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines in Florida
The Pfizer COVID-19 “vaccine” injected into billions of arms was not the same one used in Pfizer’s clinical trials. There was a “bait-and-switch.” The public received vials contaminated with plasmid DNA.

California school district pushing pro-LGBT books, movies on children as young as kindergarten
Hayward Unified School District is promoting ‘LGBTQ+ Inclusive Films’ to its more than 19,000 students, including a movie that glorifies transgender drugs for children.

Nearly Half of Police Force Resigns in Wisconsin Community That Tried to Disband the Department
Almost half of the police department in the village of Big Bend, Wisconsin, walked off the job this week. A few months ago, the village board voted to disband the police department until backlash from the public caused them to reverse course. Sadly, the chief then died by his own hands.

IDF says troops hit more than 100 Hamas targets from the ground, air and sea over last day
…In southern Gaza’s Khan Younis, reservists of the Kiryati Brigade found several rocket launch sites used to fire projectiles at Israel. The IDF says the troops destroyed the launchers and killed “many” Hamas operatives during several battles in the area.

UK Ministers are Pushing for More Power to Snoop on Us
UK ministers are trying to rush through a new bill in parliament that if passed will strengthen the already over intrusive Investigatory Powers Act. The act, also known as the ‘Snoopers’ Charter which came into effect in 2016 allows State authorities to collect information about everything we do and say online and order private companies to store it.

The Italian resistance to tyranny makes its voice heard
The mayor of Brescia, Laura Castelletti, is upset by graffiti left on the wall of an Italian newspaper office. “I want to firmly condemn, once again, these vile acts and dictated only by ignorance,” she said. What were “these vile acts”?  The message “TV and newspapers, liars and Nazis. Write lies about CO2, war, crisis and pandemics” was written in red paint on an outside wall of Giornale di Brescia headquarters.