8 Mar 2024

Zero chance of potential city-killer asteroid ‘Apophis’ smashing into Earth in 2029, new study confirms
There is almost zero chance that the infamous city-killer asteroid “Apophis” will hit Earth when it zips closely past our planet in 2029 — the space rock would have an extremely close fly-by with Earth in 2029 and could potentially hit our planet. Apophis, which last made a close approach to Earth in 2021, will sail safely past our planet at a distance of around 23,200 miles (37,400 kilometers) — less than one-tenth the distance between Earth and the moon. It’s the asteroid we just can’t stop watching.”

Vladimir Putin May Be A Bloodthirsty Tyrant, But Is He An End-Times Figure?
Putin today is considered by many to be the world’s enemy number one. He’s a bloodthirsty tyrant, and his country holds the world’s largest nuclear stockpile. Bible prophecy speaks of an evil despot who is going to rise from Russia in the end times to lead a great coalition of nations that invades Israel. What we see happening today is a frightening preview of that.

Why scientists trust AI too much — and what to do about it
In a Perspective article2 published in Nature this week, social scientists say that AI systems pose a further risk: that researchers envision such tools as possessed of superhuman abilities when it comes to objectivity, productivity and understanding complex concepts. The authors argue that this put researchers in danger of overlooking the tools’ limitations, such as the potential to narrow the focus of science or to lure users into thinking they understand a concept better than they actually do.

Russia says it thwarted ISIS attack on Moscow shul
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) said on Thursday that it thwarted a planned ISIS terrorist attack on a synagogue in Moscow. The Islamic State cell, based in Kaluga, 93 miles southwest of the capital, planned to attack Jewish worshippers with firearms, the security agency said.

Israel’s War Against Hamas Ushers in New Era for Defense Technologies
The “shock and horror” of Hamas’ Oct. 7 massacre in southern Israel and Israel’s ensuing war against the Palestinian terror group in Gaza is shaping how a defense technology renaissance will unfold, the head of a newly launched $50 million defense tech fund told The Algemeiner

Hamas will continue to threaten Israel as long as it exists – ex-Mossad head
If a terror group like Hamas continues to exist, it cannot be deterred and will continue to constitute a threat, former Mossad director Tamir Pardo said on Thursday.

‘We are ready’: Iranian people send message of support to Israel
Iranian opposition activists placed banners showing support for Israel on a pedestrian bridge at the entrance to Tehran. “The message is ‘We are ready.’ The Iranians are saying that they are ready for an Israeli attack that will crush the Ayatollah regime, and then the Iranian people will join and help bring down the regime.

Hamas chiefs Sinwar and Haniyeh at odds over Gaza ceasefire deal
Hamas chief in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, is in disagreement with Ismail Haniyeh, leader of Hamas’s political bureau, on the demands the terror group should make in the ceasefire negotiations, The Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday. According to the report, based on officials in the know, the two leaders hold conflicting opinions.

UN Amb. to Arutz Sheva: UN’s silence forces us to take action
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan, who returned to Israel for consultations following what Israeli officials called the UN’s attempt to suppress its report this week documenting the mass rape and sexual violence committed by Hamas terrorists on October 7, said in an interview with Israel National News – Arutz Sheva that Israel must have a firm response to the UN’s behavior since the massacre. “We see the crime added to crime by the UN, its officials, and its bodies,”

Biden to order US military to build Gaza port for direct aid shipments
Biden to announce plans to build emergency port on Gaza coast for aid transfers.

Hochul to deploy National Guard, state police to combat NYC subway crime
Governor Kathy Hochul revealed a five-point plan Wednesday to bring additional state resources to bear on combatting subway crime in New York City. The plan includes the deployment of 750 National Guard members and 250 New York State and MTA police officers into the subway system, and additional teams to handle cases involving people exhibiting signs of mental illness. The new deployment adds to the additional 1,000 NYPD officers ordered into the subway last month

Scientists take a step closer to resurrecting the woolly mammoth
A biotech company that hopes to resurrect extinct species said Wednesday that it has reached an important milestone: the creation of a long-sought kind of stem cell for the closest living relative of the woolly mammoth.

Texas’ Xcel Energy admits power facilities may have sparked Smokehouse Creek Fire 
Power company Xcel Energy said its facilities in the Texas Panhandle “appear to have been involved” in starting the largest wildfire in Texas history.

Large waterspout makes landfall in Okinawa, damaging several buildings, Japan
A large waterspout made landfall on the island of Ie in Japan’s Okinawa on March 5, 2024, damaging several buildings.

Raging wildfires scorch 40,000 ha (98,800 acres) of land in northwestern Thailand
Multiple wildfires have been burning across northwestern Thailand’s Mae Hong Son Province since March 1, 2024, scorching nearly 40,000 ha (98,800 acres) of land.

Attacks On Churches Are Up 800 Percent, But That Is Only A Small Preview Of What Is Coming In 2024 And Beyond
Anti-Christian violence in the U.S. has risen dramatically in recent years, but what we have seen so far is nothing compared to what is coming if the 2024 presidential election goes a certain way.  You see, the truth is that most of the violence being directed at Christian churches is being done for political reasons.

European Country Bans Iris-Scanning, Digital ID Worldcoin Project
Spain has banned Worldcoin, the iris-scanning biometric, crypto project, for up to three months. The European country’s privacy watchdog cited privacy concerns on how the company collects and processes biometric data.

Why Does Rothschild Have a Patent For COVID Testing…From 2015?
…Richard Rothschild was granted a patent for “System and Method for Testing for COVID-19” with a priority date (i.e. date it was first filed) of 2015. Yup, you read all of that right. Take a look:

Police Raid Mosque in Sweden, Arrest 4 Muslims for Alleged Islamic State Terror Plot; Automatic Weapons Seized 
The latest round of Islamic terrorist arrests further highlights the role of Swedish mosques as breeding grounds for terrorism, emphasizing the urgent need to recognize them as military facilities and propaganda outlets rather than mere places of worship.

Failure to Protect: U.S. Immigration and Criminal Justice Systems Repeatedly Released a Dangerous Illegal, Even After Being Convicted of Child Sex Offense
A troubling incident involving a Guatemalan illegal convicted of aggravated sexual battery against a minor in Virginia has exposed critical lapses in the U.S. immigration and criminal justice systems, revealing a pattern of decisions that have repeatedly put American citizens at risk.

CDC Tells People 65 and Older to Take More COVID-19 Booster Shots
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that adults aged 65 and above get an additional dose of the updated 2023–2024 COVID-19 vaccine following a heated debate by an advisory panel on the issue.

Nation’s Largest Pharmacy Chains Will Begin Selling Chemical Abortions 
CVS and Walgreens, the two largest pharmacy chains in America, announced last week that they will begin selling the abortion pill Mifepristone in select states. While the drug will only be available by prescription, it will soon become accessible in pharmacies within states that do not ban abortion or require a physician to administer the drug in person.

Joe Biden Will Promote Abortion for Disabled Babies in the SOTU, Here’s the Pro-Life Alternative
Legal abortion is going to take center stage during Thursday’s State of the Union address. The first lady and Senator Patty Murray (D., Wash.) are each bringing as a guest a woman who recently obtained an out-of-state abortion after learning her preborn child had serious fetal anomalies.

Liberty University fined $14 million under the federal Clery Act 
Liberty University has agreed to pay an unprecedented $14 million fine for the Christian school’s failure to disclose information about crimes on its campus and for its treatment of sexual assault survivors, the U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday.

Japan in Population Meltdown as Two People Now Dying for Every One Born
New data from the Japanese government shows that Japan’s population is continuing to spiral into an unsustainable meltdown. Japan’s birth data for 2023 has just been published by the government and it shows the shocking crisis of the nation’s falling population appears to be accelerating.

Failure to Protect: U.S. Immigration and Criminal Justice Systems Repeatedly Released a Dangerous Illegal, Even After Being Convicted of Child Sex Offense
From a judge’s decision not to deport but instead release an illegal, allowing him to roam free in America, to an ultimate conviction of child sexual abuse that inexplicably still ended in his release, his trajectory through the legal system illustrates a relentless failure to safeguard the vulnerable from a known predator.

mRNA injections could cause an epidemic of prion diseases – and not only in the vaccinated
If the spike protein of both the infection and the injection is an engineered prion, a result of bio-warfare research and development, then this has grave implications for humanity because these weaponized prions are far more dangerous than viruses. The most commonly known prion disease is CJD or Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, which is a spongiform encephalopathy where the brain becomes spongy, wastes away and ultimately leads to a horrible death. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s are other neurodegenerative diseases associated with prions.

New Law Would Make COVID Vaccine Makers Liable for Injuries, Deaths
Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) on Tuesday introduced a bill that would allow Americans to sue the manufacturers of COVID-19 vaccines for vaccine-related adverse events, including deaths by removing the vaccine makers’ liability shield.