9 Jan 2024

Archbishop Viganò: Swiss guards should arrest Bergoglio and Fernandez, expel them from the Vatican
‘The Swiss Guards have sworn to defend the See of Peter, not the one who is systematically demolishing it. Let them therefore be faithful to their oath and arrest these heretical perverts!’ “The blasphemous sewer regurgitations of Tucho’s repulsive pamphlet show such a level of perversion and alienation to the Faith as to demand the expulsion manu militari of the Argentinean and his accomplices,”

US airstrike kills Iran-backed terrorist leader
The Pentagon has confirmed that an Iran-backed terrorist leader in Baghdad, Iraq, was killed in a United States airstrike on Thursday. During a Pentagon press briefing on Thursday, Pentagon Press Secretary Gen. Pat Ryder confirmed that the U.S. airstrike was executed at roughly 12 p.m. Iraq time on January 4.

CJ Hopkins Warns Americans: The 1st Amendment Will Not Save You
So, I’m getting my German ducks in a row in advance of my appearance in criminal court in Berlin on January 23rd. As most of my readers know, I am being prosecuted by the German authorities on trumped-up charges of tweeting Nazi propaganda, i.e., these two Tweets from 2022: I’ll be reporting on it more in the coming weeks (and possibly months), including on how the criminalization of dissent is being systematically carried out in Germany.

NASA Detects Aircraft-Sized Asteroid Approaching Earth
Our cosmic neighborhood is once again the center of attention as NASA detects an asteroid, approximately the size of an aircraft, hurtling towards Earth at an alarming speed of 30,606 kmph. Dubbed 2007 FT3, this celestial object has intrigued scientists and laymen alike not only for its unexpected trajectory but also for its potential implications. … the sheer magnitude of the impact, should it occur, has captured the world’s attention. Experts, however, remain cautiously optimistic,

The AARP Just Told Its 38 Million Members To Get An 8th (Yes, Eighth!!) Shot Of mRNA
AARP? Or AARPfizer? The lobbying group for older Americans just told its nearly 38 million members to “hustle” for another Covid jab, even if they have already had five boosters. AARP’s unbelievably bad advice doesn’t end there.

Payback: GOP State Sen. Bill Eigel Moves to Strike Biden from Missouri Ballot
In a tit-for-tat move aimed at undermining decisions taken in Maine and Colorado to remove former president Donald Trump from the ballot, Missouri State Sen. Bill Eigel has confirmed he will introduce legislation that will ensure Joe Biden is “disqualified and removed from the ballot for the ‘aid and comfort’ he has given our enemies.” “Our country is being invaded because Joe Biden has swung our southern border wide open,” he wrote in a news release.

Ex-psychic warns Fox News pushing ‘demonic agenda’ by airing divination during primetime
A former psychic who repented of occult practices after turning to Jesus Christ warned that Fox News potentially opened their viewers to demonic activity by airing an act of divination during primetime last week. “The deception of putting something that seems good out there while pushing a demonic agenda is heartbreaking,” Jenn Nizza told The Christian Post.

‘Sinwar isn’t a psychopath, but a cunning narcissist’
Israeli experts explain that the horrors committed by Hamas on October 7 weren’t the work of an ill mind but cold, calculating and smart individual. It’s very hard for us to accept that a person who is not a psychopath would be capable of carrying out such horrific acts. But reality isn’t like that, and human evil exists.

IDF eliminates 10 terrorists attempting to launch rockets
In the city of Khan Yunis, IDF troops identified ten terrorists in areas from which rockets were launched toward Israeli territory. Following the identification, IDF troops directed a UAV that targeted the terrorists. In addition, IDF troops identified a terrorist exiting a building to gather intelligence a few dozen meters away from the troops’ location. IDF troops directed a helicopter, which struck the terrorist a few minutes after the identification.

Cold kills city’s electric bus fleet … mandated by ‘global warming’
Scandinavia in recent days has experienced a blast of cold weather like few in recent years. The temperature fell to minus 40 degrees Celsius, which coincidentally is about the same minus 40 on the Fahrenheit scale, a reading not seen regularly even in cold-weather climes like Montana and North Dakota. Turns out they could use a bit of “global warming” to keep their fleet of electric buses out of the garage.

Iran executes ‘Khamenei adviser’ for spying for Israel, report says
law student and purported adviser to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei was executed in Zahedan prison in southeastern Iran last month for allegedly spying for Israel, London-based opposition news network Iran International reported on Monday.

Hezbollah threatens Israel following assassination of top commander
According to sources cited by the Qatari newspaper al-Araby al-Jadeedd on Monday, Wissam Tawil, a high-ranking member of Hezbollah’s elite Radwan force in southern Lebanon, was closely associated with the late Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force.

Hamas war the most expensive campaign in Israeli history
Three months into “Operations Swords of Iron” against Hamas in Gaza and it is shaping up to be the most expensive military campaign in Israel’s history. The war has already cost some 217 billion shekels (around $58.5 billion),

‘This is New York, Not Palestine, Not Gaza!’ Angry New Yorkers Confront Anti-Israel Protesters Across City
“This is New York, not Palestine, not Gaza!” a man shouts as Pro-Palestine protesters are getting arrested after blocking Holland Tunnel “

Rashida Tlaib crowned ‘Antisemite of the Year’ 2023 by StopAntisemitism
The 2023 award for ‘Antisemite of the Year’ was gifted to Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib by StopAntisemitism. As antisemitism rose internationally after Hamas’s October 7 attack, the congresswoman beat some fierce competition all seemingly vying for the top spot. Tlaib beat Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh and Supermodel and Influencer Gigi Hadid.

Hezbollah senior commander killed in targeted strike; Netanyahu warns terror group is ‘making mistake’
“We will do everything to restore security to the north and allow your families – because many of you are from here – to return home in safety,” the prime minister told the soldiers. “We will do whatever is necessary. Of course, we prefer that this be done without a wide-ranging campaign, but that will not stop us.” In response to the anti-tank missile, the IDF struck several Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon. Sometime later, reports in Arab media announced the death of a senior commander of the Radwan Force, Wissam Hassan al-Tawil, reportedly the brother-in-law of Hezbollah Sec.-Gen. Hassan Nasrallah.

Tens of thousands of German farmers protest left-wing government policies, block highways
Tens of thousands of protestors have taken to the streets all over Germany, temporarily blocking streets and highways during the large-scale farmer’s protests in response to the government’s plan to cut subsidies. On January 8, the first day of a week-long protest that will culminate in a large demonstration in Berlin on January 15, around 19,000 tractors took part in protests in Bavaria, and 25,000 vehicles showed up in Baden-Württemberg, according to German newspaper Bild. “We’re sick of the lies. We’re sick of (them) trying to get rid of our jobs. It’s not only farmers. It’s the lorry drivers. It’s the normal workers. Everybody is sick of politicians who have no idea what they are talking about, who have no education to tell us how our lifestyle should look,”

Girls’ stand against trans participation in sports sets up 2024 legal battle
Four high school female track athletes in Connecticut have stood against the influx of transgender athletes seeking to compete against girls in school sports, likely setting up a defining legal battle of 2024. The U.S. Court of Appeals rescued the legal challenge, Soule v. Connecticut Association of Schools, in December after a lower court dismissed the case. Now, the case will be heard in federal district court and will be a defining moment in the ongoing debate, which has been ramped up by a string of injuries to female athletes at the hands of transgender athletes in recent months.

Current and former Dem candidates blast Biden for hypocrisy on ‘defending Democracy’
Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips weighed in, saying: “In America, coronating an unelectable candidate and disenfranchising voters enables the erosion of democracy itself.”
Yang referenced Biden’s Friday speech, in which the president suggested that former President Donald Trump and his supporters are a potential authoritarian threat to the country’s institutions, and ongoing moves by the Democratic Party apparatus to exclude potential challengers to Biden from primary ballots. At present, Biden will be the only certified candidate on the primary ballot in three states,

Major storms to produce widespread, significant impacts over much of the U.S. 
A strengthening storm is set to impact the Central and Southern U.S., bringing a mix of heavy snow, strong winds, blizzard conditions in the Plains and Midwest, severe thunderstorms across the Gulf Coast, and widespread flooding this week. In addition, a major winter storm will bring several feet of snow to the Washington and Oregon Cascades through Tuesday, January 9, 2024.

Heavy to record-breaking snowfall hitting Japan, including earthquake-hit Ishikawa Prefecture
A powerful M7.6 earthquake centered in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, central Japan, on January 1, 2024, was followed by intense snowfall a week later, creating very hard conditions for survivors and complicating rescue efforts. On January 8, authorities reported 161 fatalities caused by the earthquake and 305 people missing.

Record rainfall leads to widespread flooding, evacuations in Victoria, Australia
Following heavy rain over the weekend, major flood warnings have been issued across Victoria, prompting residents of Yea, Seymour, and Rochester to evacuate as authorities and emergency services respond to widespread flooding and record rainfall.

Freezing temperatures hit flooded farms in northern Germany
As northern Germany welcomes frost following weeks of rain and flooding, farmers and authorities are grappling with the mixed effects on dykes and flooded lands, amid constrained government budgets for relief and future flood prevention.

Rare tornado hits Pyrgos, Greece
A rare tornado hit the city of Pyrgos in Western Greece shortly before dawn on Sunday, January 7, 2024.

M6.7 earthquake hits near Talaud Islands, Indonesia – The Watchers
A strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.7 hit near Talaud Islands, Indonesia at 20:48 UTC on January 8, 2024. The agency is reporting a depth of 68 km (42 miles). BMKG is reporting M6.7 at a depth of 97 km (60 miles); EMSC M6.8 at a depth of 91 km (56 miles).

Snow hinders rescues and aid to isolated communities after Japan quakes kill 128
Rescue teams worked through snow to deliver supplies to isolated hamlets, six days after a powerful earthquake hit western Japan, killing at least 128 people. Heavy snowfall expected in Ishikawa Prefecture later Sunday and through the night added to the urgency.

Avian flu surges in Northern California, threatening national poultry, egg supplies 
Farms across California have had to euthanize several million chickens and ducks in recent weeks, as a wave of avian influenza threatens to upend national poultry and egg supplies.

DEVELOPING: Gas Explosion At Forth Worth Hotel, ‘Mass Casualty Event’ 
A ‘mass casualty event’ was declared in Fort Worth, Texas, after a gas explosion occurred at the Sandman Signature Hotel Monday afternoon.

Connecticut Woman Ends Her Life by Legal Euthanasia in Vermont
A Connecticut woman who fought for Vermont to extend their euthanasia law to allow people from other states to travel there to die has ended her life as part of a settlement allowing her access to their assisted suicide program.

Christian group launches first-ever religious violence database
A database tracking incidents of violent religious persecution worldwide has been launched by Global Christian Relief, a U.S.-based group monitoring Christian persecution. The Violent Incidents Database stands as the first and only events-based global religious freedom dataset of its kind.

Why are so Many Californians Dying?
Covid has claimed about 105,000 lives in the state since 2020. In that same time period, 82,000 more Californians died from everything else than is typical.

Scientists Have Been Making Amazing DNA And Soft Tissue Discoveries That Should Completely Alter How We View The Ancient History Of Earth

…The history of our planet does not stretch back for millions upon millions of years.
In reality, our history is far shorter and far stranger than most of us ever imagined, but most people will never know the truth because it is being purposely hidden from them.

Israel Begins To Scale Back Gaza War, But Still Expects Fighting To Continue All Year 
Israel is again welcoming US Secretary of State Antony Blinken for an official visit, but this time with a key announcement indicating its forces have “shifted” to a new, scaled-back phase of the war, in line with the Biden administration’s wishes. Blinken is in the region with a message to ‘limit’ the spread of war.

United Finds “Loose Bolts” On 737 Max Doors After Emergency Inspection
Sources tell the aviation blog The Air Current that “loose bolts and other parts on 737 Max 9 plug doors” have been found after inspections following the Alaska Airlines mid-air mishap when a door ripped off the plane over Portland on Friday.

‘Nothing’ Left In UK’s Military Stockpiles After Arming Ukraine
In part of a continuing trend of major Western publications belatedly admitting that all is not well with Ukraine policy and the state the war, The Times of London reported Sunday that the UK has “nothing” left it its own military stockpiles after being among Ukraine’s biggest weapons suppliers for nearly two years of conflict.

Netanyahu tells Hezbollah to learn from what IDF did to Hamas 
The war against Hamas will continue “until victory,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday, the three-month anniversary of the Oct. 7 massacre in the northwestern Negev.

Canadian pro-life physicians group blasts plan for forced participation in euthanasia, abortion 
The medical regulatory college in charge of doctors and nurses in Alberta drafted plans that aim to mandate all healthcare workers in the province, including physicians and their assistants, many of whom are pro-life, be in effect forced to be complicit in abortions or assisted suicides.