2 July 2024

10 Signs That Global War Is Rapidly Approaching
Leaders all over the planet seem to have come down with a really bad case of “war fever”, and preparations for apocalyptic showdowns are being made. The following are 10 signs that global war is rapidly approaching…

Israel to begin offensive in Lebanon later in July, report
Israel will begin its offensive on Lebanon in the second half of July unless Hezbollah holds its fire, the German Bild reported on Monday quoting diplomatic sources, According to the paper, Hezbollah does not intend to stop its attacks on Israel until the war in Gaza ends.

Members of Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah Party Say Jews Cannot Live in Israel
Whoever thinks the current war is an isolated conflict in the Gaza Strip — think again. The war is being cheered by members of Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas’ political party, Fatah, as leading to a “return to Acre, Jaffa, and Haifa.”

Russia sent Kilo attack submarine toward Irish Sea twice, Bloomberg News reports
The extent of the submarine movements went beyond what British officials had previously seen.
Russian attack submarines have conducted missions around the Irish Sea twice since the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, Bloomberg News reported on Monday, citing three people familiar with the matter.

IDF uncovers and destroys largest PIJ rocket factory hidden underground
IDF troops found a tunnel with a large rocket manufacturing site hidden inside, which the IDF promptly destroyed. watch

Israeli politician carves stones to build Third Temple
A video was posted on social media showing former Knesset member Moshe Feiglin near the town of Eli carving stones for the Third Temple. “This was a very moving experience for me,” Feiglin told Israel365 News. Feiglin recited a special prayer before taking up a hammer and chisel to carve a large stone. if I become prime minister I will take away control over the Temple Mount from the Wakf [the Islamic trust] and reinstate Jewish sovereignty over the entire mount and, hopefully, rebuild the Temple.”

DNC Weighs Early Nomination For Biden To Quash Internal Party Dissent
Bloomberg reports that the Democratic National Committee is considering formally nominating Joe Biden as early as mid-July to ensure that the president is on November ballots, while helping to stamp out intra-party chatter of replacing him after last week’s poor debate performance.

China is turning to private firms for offensive cyber operations
Recent leaks and other revelations about Beijing’s use of hacking companies are shedding light on how privatization with Chinese characteristics is changing the government’s intelligence operations. China’s turn to private-sector hackers comes amid a two-decade expansion of espionage operations that target not just potential adversary governments and militaries, but foreign government officials, dissidents abroad, Hong Kong activists, China-focused journalists, and foreign businesses

Brightest asteroid spotted over UAE skies during close earth flyby
Potentially dangerous asteroid passed alarmingly close to Earth, lighting up the night sky. The skies above the Abu Dhabi Desert witnessed a remarkable astronomical event on Saturday evening. A potentially hazardous asteroid, traveling relatively close to Earth between our planet and the Moon, illuminated the night sky.

Solar Storm coming as sun fires plasma volley at Earth
Esarth faces yet another solar storm due to a fresh onslaught by the Sun as it has fired off a huge quantity of plasma.

Supreme Court rules cities may enforce laws against homeless encampments
In a 6-3 decision, the justices disagreed with the 9th Circuit Court in San Francisco and ruled that it is not “cruel and unusual” punishment for city officials to forbid homeless people from sleeping on the streets or in parks.

300,000+ illegal immigrants granted ‘temporary amnesty’ by Biden admin
Joe Biden’s administration recently announced that roughly 309,000 illegal immigrants from Haiti will be granted “temporary amnesty” in the United States.

Supreme Court rules Trump has immunity for ‘official acts’
In a monumental decision issued on Monday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that former presidents have immunity for official acts. The court’s decision comes after former President Donald Trump argued he should be immune from criminal charges related to the January 6 Capitol riot and 2020 election.

Major pharmacy chains closing thousands of stores
Walgreens announced that a “significant” number of its stores in the United States would be closing due to decreasing profitability at approximately 25% of its locations. “Seventy-five percent of our stores drive 100% of our profitability today,” Walgreens CEO Tim Wentworth told CNBC. “What that means is the others we take a hard look at, we are going to finalize a number that we will close.”

Clarence Thomas Raises Another Reason Jack Smith’s Case Against Trump May Be Unconstitutional
In a concurring opinion in Trump v. United States, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas highlighted “another way in which this prosecution” — led by Special Counsel Jack Smith — “may violate our constitutional structure.” Specifically, Thomas writes that “the Attorney General purported to appoint a private citizen as Special Counsel to prosecute a former President on behalf of the United States” but he’s “not sure that any office for the Special Counsel has been ‘established by Law,’ as the Constitution requires.”

Eye of extremely dangerous Category 4 Hurricane “Beryl” moves over Carriacou Island, Grenada
Hurricane “Beryl” restrengthened into a Category 4 hurricane on July 1, 2024, as it approached the Windward Islands. As of 14:00 UTC, its center was located about 75 km (50 miles) E of Grenada and 40 km (25 miles) ESE of Carriacou Island. At 14:50 UTC, Beryl’s eyewall started moving over Carracou Island.

Caribbean prepares as Hurricane Beryl becomes earliest category 4 on record 
Hurricane Beryl strengthened into what experts called an “extremely dangerous” category 4 storm as it approaches the south-east Caribbean, which began shutting down Sunday amid urgent pleas from government officials for people to take shelter.

California braces for record-breaking heat wave with temperatures over 43 °C (110 °F)
California is bracing for a potentially record-breaking heat wave during the first week of July, with temperatures expected to soar past 43 °C (110 °F) in the hottest areas. The intense heat will impact a significant portion of the state, including the Sacramento Valley, San Joaquin Valley, and parts of Southern California, Nevada, and northwestern Arizona.

Massive earth crack appears in Tamaulipas, Mexico 
A very large earth crack appeared in Congregación El Carmen in the municipality of Tula, Mexico’s state of Tamaulipas, during heavy rains brought by Tropical Storm “Alberto” from June 19 to 21, 2024.

American Military Bases in Europe Under Heightened Alert ‘FPCON Charlie’ Over Possible Terrorist Attacks
American bases all around Europe have upgraded their security measures after the threat level increased to a level not seen in a decade, which would imply that the Pentagon has received an ‘active-reliable threat’.

Homosexual Montana judge strikes down law affirming definitions of male and female
Openly homosexual Montana District Court Judge Shane Vannatta issued a ruling Tuesday striking down a state law establishing biological definitions of sex in state law, claiming it violates the “single subject” rule of the Montana Constitution.

Mysterious monolith reportedly appears on Colorado dairy farm
Another mysterious monolith has popped up – this time in Colorado. Lori Graves, the owner of Morning Fresh Dairy Farm in Bellvue, told local station KDVR she has no idea how the 8-foot tall, 4-foot wide, and 8-inch deep shiny structure ended up on her property.

McCaul: Biden admin ‘effectively withholding seven weapon systems’ from Israel 
The Biden administration has held up transfers of seven weapon systems to the Jewish state, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas), chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, told Shannon Bream on the program Fox News Sunday.

Texas Rep. Chip Roy files resolution urging VP Harris to remove Biden from office
Republican Texas Rep. Chip Roy has introduced a resolution aimed at invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Joe Biden from office following his widely criticized performance at last week’s presidential debate against former President Donald Trump.

Vandals who attacked pro-life pregnancy center forced to pay settlement
A pro-life pregnancy center has reached a settlement with vandals who defaced the facility nearly two years after it fell victim to a wave of pro-abortion attacks.

Cruise Ship Stocks Slide As Powerful Hurricane Beryl Churns In Caribbean
“Remain in place through the passage of these life-threatening conditions…” 

Tennessee Law Allowing Death Penalty For Pedophiles Goes Into Effect – Only Democrats Oppose It
The solution is an easy one to figure out:  Stay away from the kids and everything will be alright.  Unfortunately, Democrats refuse to get the message…

Democrats Hint At Assassination In Response To Supreme Court Immunity Decision
Nobody likes to lose but leftists take indignant defeat to a whole new level…

Texas Supreme Court upholds ban on transgender surgeries, puberty blockers for kids
The Texas Supreme Court has upheld a state law barring medical professionals from performing cosmetic sex-change surgeries or prescribing puberty blockers to children.

Far right wins first round in France election, final result uncertain, exit polls show
Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Rally (RN) party scored historic gains to win the first round of France’s parliamentary election on Sunday, exit polls showed, but the final result will depend on days of horsetrading before next week’s run-off.

Map Shows Top 10 Most ‘Dangerous’ States in the US
Death rates in the U.S. are roughly 2.5 times higher than the average rates in other high-income countries, research based on the World Health Organization’s Mortality Database has found. These deaths are largely driven by transport accidents, homicide, suicide and drug overdoses, as well as a stalling of improvements in deaths from cardiovascular disease and an increase in metabolic disease mortality.