12 Jan 2024

Christians Protest Hague Genocide Case Against Israel
Over 1,000 Christians gathered in The Hague on Thursday for a public march and rally to stand with Israel. The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ)announced the initiative on Facebook:

US Army Struggling To Recruit White Soldiers And The Reason Is Obvious
respondents on X pointed to an emphasis on diversity hires and general denigration of white people by the establishment as a primary reason for the collapse in white recruits. “I am shocked young white men are refusing to sign up to die for a government that hates them,” wrote one.

Pentagon Responds To Claims Taylor Swift Is ‘Front For Covert Political Agenda’
“Around four years ago, the Pentagon’s psychological operations unit floated turning Taylor Swift into an asset during a NATO meeting,” he said. “What kind of asset? A psyop for combating online misinformation.”

The Financial System Has Reached ‘The End’; Von Greyerz
The world is now witnessing the end of a currency and financial system which the Chinese already forecast in 1971 after Nixon closed the gold window. History tells us that we have now reached the point of no return.

“Hurricane-Force Blizzard” Could Hit Northeast Next Week, Weather Forecaster Warns
The weather forecast for next week paints an ominous picture for the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, as Ryan Maue, a meteorologist and former NOAA chief scientist, is closely monitoring the development of a winter storm next Tuesday. “Monitoring 7-day models for the development of a massive hurricane-force blizzard for the Northeast next Tuesday

China Says It Cracked Apple’s AirDrop Encryption To Track Senders
Chinese authorities have claimed that they can identify individuals who use Apple’s wireless file-sharing tool to spread content that Beijing considers “inappropriate.”

“We Need To Find Ways To Suppress Douglas Murray & Joe Rogan”: Inside A Counter-Terrorism Course For UK Civil Servants
Scandalous Indoctrination: Inside a Kings College Counter-Terrorism Course for UK Civil Servants A former civil servant, Anna Stanley reports on a counter-terrorism course she attended which she found a deeply, existentially depressing experience. She argues that ‘prestigious’ educational institutions are delivering politically biased, anti-government training, amounting to indoctrination and that extremism and terrorism are misunderstood by civil servants to the point of being a national security risk.

Netanyahu: ‘Hypocrisy of South Africa screams to the heavens’
Against the backdrop of the Hague hearing on South Africa’s accusations that Israel is committing genocide in the Gaza Strip, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sharply criticized the accuser Thursday evening, saying that the “hypocrisy of South Africa screams to the heavens.” “Today we saw an upside-down world. Israel is accused of genocide while it is fighting against genocide.”

US Embassy reportedly under attack after strikes on Houthis in Yemen
The event came within a half hour of reports that the United States and Britain had begun striking Houthi targets in Yemen, and if it was indeed an attack, it was presumably an act of retaliation.

Hunter Biden pleads not guilty to nine charges
US President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden entered a not guilty plea to nine felony and misdemeanor tax charges at his initial appearance in a California courtroom on Thursday, ABC News reported. The plea was entered by Hunter Biden himself during an arraignment in federal court in downtown Los Angeles. The younger Biden appeared before Judge Mark Scarsi at the Edward R. Roybal courthouse to be arraigned on nine tax-related charges accusing him of failing to pay $1.4 million in taxes from 2016 to 2019.

‘Not one shekel will be sent to Palestinian Authority,’ vows Israeli Finance Minister
Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken Tuesday that he refuses to send funds to the Palestinian Authority (PA) due to its financial support of terrorists. “We will not transfer a shekel to the Palestinian Authority that will go to the families of the Nazis in Gaza,” Smotrich said.

Israel barred from competing in Hockey World Championship
Israel’s hockey men’s and women’s hockey teams were barred from competing in the World Hockey Championship due to “security concerns.” The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) issued a statement on Wednesday to “restrict the Israeli national team from participating in IIHF championships until the safety and well-being of all participants (including Israeli participants) can be assured.”

IDF: Two slain Al Jazeera journalists were terror operatives
The Israel Defense Forces on Wednesday presented evidence that two Palestinian journalists killed in Gaza in an Israeli airstrike on Sunday were terrorist operatives, and said that they were operating drones that put soldiers at risk.

GOP senators demand answers from defense secretary about ‘chain of command crisis’
It is mind-boggling that the secretary of defense feels comfortable breaking that regular communication on purpose,” said Rebeccah Heinrichs of the Hudson Institute.

As first day of genocide hearings concludes at The Hague, ‘We are fighting terrorists, and we are fighting lies,’ says Netanyahu
The International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, convened on Thursday to hear South Africa’s prosecution accusing Israel of genocide, the most serious accusation the court can hear. The first hearing lasted about three hours, covering South Africa’s claims of genocide. Besides the charge of genocide, South Africa is asking the court to grant temporary relief by ordering Israel to stop the war. South African lawyer Blinne Ni Ghralaigh, asking for provisional measures against Israel, said, “Huge swaths of Gaza are being wiped from the map.”

Iran seizes oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz
Iranian forces seized an oil tanker carrying Iraqi crude oil destined for Turkey in the Strait of Hormuz on Thursday According to Iran, the move was in retaliation for the confiscation last year of the same craft and its oil by the United States.

US and UK strike Houthi targets in Yemen
The US and UK launched air strikes on Houthi rebel targets in Yemen on Thursday night, according to reports in US media. Carla Babb, the Pentagon correspondent for Voice of America, reported that more than a dozen Houthi targets inside of Yemen were struck.

Khamenei personally involved in Houthi attacks in the Red Sea
Sources in Iran also said that Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has taken a personal role in the Houthis’ Red Sea blockade, supporting the further provision of weapons and equipment to the rebels. The Houthis have upped their attacks in the region since the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel. Yahya Sare’e, the military spokesman for the Houthi terrorist organization, claimed last week that the group attacked a ship that refused the Houthis’ orders to stop and was on its way to Israel.

UN Security Council demands end to Houthi attacks in the Red Sea
The resolution that was passed “demands that the Houthis immediately cease all such attacks, which impede global commerce and undermine navigational rights and freedoms as well as regional peace and security.” US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield welcomed the approval of the resolution.

Israel can trust Hamas
When President Joe Biden says, “let there be no doubt: The United States has Israel’s back,” Israel should be skeptical. But when Hamas leaders promise to wage unending war until they annihilate all the Jews or die trying, Israel can trust that they mean it. Ironically, Jerusalem can trust its enemies more than its allies to keep their promises.

Russia’s Medvedev Warns of Nuclear Response if Ukraine Hits Missile Launch Sites
A senior ally of President Vladimir Putin warned on Thursday that any Ukrainian attacks on missile launch sites inside Russia with arms supplied by the United States and its allies would risk a nuclear response from Moscow.

U.S. faces first major Arctic outbreak of winter, dangerously cold wind chills expected 
The United States is bracing for its first significant Arctic air outbreak of the winter, impacting the north-central region with bitterly cold wind chills and extending through the weekend. The northern Rockies and Plains are particularly at risk, with the Arctic surge also expected to bring record-breaking cold to the south-central U.S.

Strongest earthquake since 1991 and glacial outburst flood at Grímsvötn volcano, Iceland
A glacial outburst flood has begun at Grímsvötn volcano, located beneath the Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland. In addition, the volcano was hit by a M4.3 earthquake on January 11 — the strongest since measurements began in 1991. Glacial outburst floods are known to increase the likelihood of volcanic eruptions. As a result, the Aviation Color Code for the volcano has been raised to Yellow.

Shika Nuclear Power Plant hit by 3 m (9.8 feet) tsunami waves after M7.6 earthquake on January 1
The Shika Nuclear Power Plant in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan, experienced a 3 m (9.8 feet) tsunami waves after the M7.6 earthquake hit Noto Peninsula on January 1, 2024. While the plant sustained no major damage, the incident has raised concerns about nuclear safety, reminiscent of the Fukushima disaster.

M6.4 earthquake hits Hindu Kush, Afghanistan at intermediate depth 
A strong earthquake registered by the USGS as M6.4 hit Hindu Kush, Afghanistan at 09:20 UTC on January 11, 2024. The agency is reporting a depth of 206.6 km (128 miles). EMSC is reporting M6.0 at a depth of 201 km (125 miles).

‘King Tides’ expected to bring flooding to California coast
‘King tides’ are expected to bring flooding to California’s coast. The National Weather Service has warned that 8-17 foot waves might be expected in the next couple of days.

Passaic River expected to cause major flooding in coming days: “Nobody deserves to live like this” 
Residents who live in low-lying areas of Paterson are bracing for more flooding, just weeks after raging waters pushed them out of their homes back in December.


NEW: State of Texas Seizes Property in Eagle Pass Under Governor Abbott’s Emergency Powers Amid Biden Border Crisis
The Texas Department of Public Safety notified Eagle Pass Mayor Rolando Salinas on Wednesday that Shelby Park was being taken over by an emergency order by Republican Governor Greg Abbott. The park covers 47 acres and is right next to a portion of the Rio Grande River. This will give DPS officers control over the area to help stop illegals from crossing into the U.S. The take over is for an indefinite period of time with DPS having total control of the area.

Migrants Take Over Schools & Airports as Mayorkas Impeachment Hearing Begins
Elections have consequences — especially rigged ones — and the southern border crisis is one of the worst consequences of the Biden administration. Under DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, unprecedented numbers of migrants have poured unimpeded into the United States, with thousands even being sheltered in schools and airports. Republicans are trying to impeach Mayorkas for allowing this immigration invasion.

Chinese Billionaire Is Second-Biggest Foreign Owner of US Land
A Chinese national who made his fortune from online gaming has emerged as one of the most significant non-American holders of land in the US. Chen Tianqiao owns 198,000 acres (80,127 hectares) of Oregon timberland, making him the country’s 82nd-largest property owner, according to the Land Report’s latest ranking.

Google Shows What Appear to be Mass Graves on Epstein Island
…In July of 2006, Epstein was arrested by the Palm Beach Police Department on state felony charges of procuring a minor for prostitution. Hours later he was released on a three-thousand dollar bond. A few months later in November of 2006, Google Earth shows that the previously bare mound has what appears to be mass graves freshly buried on top of it.

Brooklyn Public Elementary School Accused of ‘Jewish Erasure’-Omits Israel on Classroom Map, Labels it Palestine
A public elementary school in Brooklyn is being accused of “Jewish erasure” after omitting Israel from a classroom map and labeling it as Palestine.

James Martin, fellow Synod Jesuit claim ‘same-sex relationships’ are ‘integral’ to the Church
Notorious LGBT activist Father James Martin, S.J., has joined with a fellow prominent Jesuit and Synod on Synodality member to claim that “we cannot deny the reality of same-sex relationships as integral to the meaning of the church as the People of God.”

WHO was devised to control and rule over the world’s population 
In September last year, Dr Wolgang Wodarg joined Ivor Cummins to discuss how the World Health Organisation was shaped to be used as their instrument for controlling and ruling over the world’s population.

Gender dysphoria diagnoses are rising nationwide
Gender dysphoria diagnoses rose in nearly every U.S. state between 2018 and 2022, per a new Definitive Healthcare report.