Iran army official: Any war Zionists start will lead to them being erased The deputy commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Iran slammed Israel and warned that the Islamic Republic has bases from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean. In comments made public over the weekend, Brig.-Gen. Hossein Salami told a forum at the University of Damghan in Semnan province in northern Iran that his forces have bases throughout the Middle East and that Iran was confronting "the Zionists" and Americans in the region.
Plan unveiled to microchip 'hundreds of thousands' of UK employees at major companies
Under the guise of security and convenience, a Swedish company wants to microchip hundreds of thousands of employees at British companies. "One prospective client, which cannot be named, is a major financial services firm with 'hundreds of thousands of employees,' " the report stated. "These companies have sensitive documents they are dealing with," Jowan Osterlund, the founder of Biohax and a former professional body piercer, told the news outlet. "[The chips] would allow them to set restrictions for whoever."
Rev. Franklin Graham: Blessing abortion center like blessing 'gas chambers at Auschwitz' When Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio announced that "faith leaders" would be blessing the East Columbus Surgical Center in Columbus on November 9th, pro-lifers were shocked. This is not the first time the industry has had pro-abortion clergy "bless" their facilities, but the upcoming "Holy Ground: Blessing the Sacred Space of Decision" event has garnered significant attention.
VICTORY: Two states pass Constitutional measures to protect the preborn Two out of three states that had pro-life measures on the ballot on Election Day 2018 have now seen those measures successfully passed by voters. While Oregon failed to pass Measure 106, which would have "challenge[d] the legality of public funding for abortion except in the case of an ectopic pregnancy or if the woman's life is in danger," both Alabama and West Virginia voters passed their measures.
It's final: Trump won't force objecting employers to pay for contraceptives The Trump administration has just finalized a rule change that allows employers with "religious or moral objections" to opt out of paying for birth control for employees, including potentially abortifacient types of contraceptives. The Department of Health and Human Services noted in its press release about the conscience protections...
Robots will soon match humans in creativity, emotional intelligence As if we didn't already have enough to worry about when it comes to artificially intelligent machines being able to perform many tasks faster and better than humans can, potentially stealing our jobs in the future and presenting what some technologists worry is an existential threat to humanity, now it appears AI will soon be able to match humans at being, well, human, too.
Sunday 11, November 2018
CNN's Chris Cuomo attacks people who think 'God is the answer' to mass shootings Anti-Second Amendment Chris Cuomo said, "First, I would like to offer my thoughts and prayers, because that's what you do when you offer 'Thoughts and prayers' — You mock those who lost loved ones because if you gave it any thought at all, you would never walk away from any of these without figuring out a better way to deal with them."
"And prayer? You think leaving it to God is the answer?" Cuomo grumbled. "We pray for strength. We pray for wisdom, for resolve, but we clearly don't want to act on any of those here. So what are you praying for? What would it take?" Cuomo asked.
Broward Elections Supervisor Snipes mixed illegal ballots with valid ones waiting to be added Broward County Election Supervisor Brenda Snipes, subject of intense scrutiny and a lawsuit filed by Gov. Rick Scott and Republicans over the counting of ballots, mixed about 200 rejected ballots in with ballots that had been accepted as valid, the Miami-Herald reported late Friday night. It is the latest irregularity in the contentious battle over ballots in the Senate race between Scott and incumbent Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson.
Russia, who has a strategic relationship with both Israel and Iran, has delivered a modern S-300 surface-to-air missile system capable of shooting down Israeli planes. The inflammatory move comes after a Russian II-20 surveillance plane was accidentally struck down by Syrian government anti-aircraft fire in September.
Louis Farrakhan, in Iran, Warns Trump Against Starting Middle East War 'at the Insistence of Israel'
Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, warned President Donald Trump on Thursday from Iran not to pull "the trigger of war in the Middle East at the insistence of Israel." Speaking in defense of Iran against the decision by President Trump to reimpose trade sanctions against the Islamic theocracy, the Associated Press reports the 85-year-old said he is "begging our president and the government that supports him to be very, very careful."
'Heil Hitler' written on Jewish family's Vegas home
The home of a Jewish family in Las Vegas was tagged with anti-Semitic graffiti in what she said was an anti-Semitic incident. Sara Attia, a mother of three, said she called police after finding a swastika and the phrase "Heil Hitler" drawn on the door of her apartment Monday, the Las Vegas Review Journal reported Monday.
Liberal-backed Antifa expands its hit list as political violence escalates
When a mob of left-wing antifa activists descended Wednesday night on Fox News personality Tucker Carlson's D.C. home, it signaled a new phase in the political violence and angry confrontations that now are targeting the news media. Political violence has been rising in the U.S. since 2012, according to the Global Terrorism Database. Increasingly aggressive activists have pushed political confrontation to the limit since 2016, accosting Republican lawmakers and Trump administration officials in restaurants and in the halls of Congress. And now they're going after conservative journalists at their homes.
Florida church loses polling place status over pastor's anti-Democrat sign
A church in Florida had its status as a polling place revoked over a sign the pastor posted outside on Election Day criticizing Christians who vote for Democrats, according to Bay News 9. Pastor Al Carlisle of Grace of God Church in New Port Richey, Florida, refused to take the sign down at the request of election workers, noting that the sign was legally posted more than 100 feet away from the entrance.
Ohio University considers minorities-only gym: report
Today's Liberal ideology is so screwed up that they've got their followers self-segregating themselves. Well, they did it from Abraham Lincoln, thru the 50s and 60s, so this just must be the latest iteration of it. Sad.
Will humanity survive this century? Sir Martin Rees predicts 'a bumpy ride' ahead
Humanity is under threat. At least according to Sir Martin Rees, one of Britain's most esteemed astronomers. In his new book, "On the Future," Rees turns his focus closer to home, examining the existential threats that face humanity over the next century. From cyberattacks to advances in biotechnology to artificial intelligence to climate change, Rees, Britain's astronomer royal, says we are living at a critical juncture - one that could define how the human species fares.
The petition was submitted by the heads of the "Otzma Yehudit" party, including former National Union MK Dr. Michael Ben-Ari, Hevron activist Baruch Marzel, Itamar Ben-Gvir and chairman of the Lehava anti-assimilation group, Bentzi Gopstein.
New AI Can Search For People By Height, Gender And Clothing The world is headed towards a technological system that has the means of identifying individuals at any time and in any place using artificial intelligence. Such a system allows the complete control of all of mankind by a handful of powerful leaders, including the Antichrist.
The USGS said that 11 of the 18 volcanoes they have classified as a "high threat" or a "very high threat" are located in Washington, Oregon, or California, "where explosive and often snow- and ice-covered edifices can project hazards long distances to densely populated and highly developed areas."
18 volcanoes now pose 'very high threat,' U.S. government warns
Government scientists are classifying 18 U.S. volcanoes as a "very high threat" because of what's been happening inside them and how close they are to people. The U.S. Geological Survey is updating its volcano threat assessments for the first time since 2005. The danger list is topped by Hawaii's Kilauea, which has been erupting this year.
Democrats shift left on issues...
The 2020 election campaign season kicks off today, and the Democratic Party has emerged from the midterms not only with control of the House, but as a far more progressive team preparing to take on President Trump in a battle of not just words and insults, but ideas. But Democrats still have a long way to go in reaching many of the voters they need to have a shot at the White House, including Latino voters, who party organizers failed to energize - even as Democratic leaders decried Trump's message on immigration as bigoted and divisive.
Voters sending reliable conservatives to D.C. Republicans added reliable conservatives in the U.S. Senate and picked up several Freedom Caucus members in the House according to a post-election analysis by a conservative activist.
Women win congressional races across U.S. in record numbers Women will be going to Congress in historic numbers after Tuesday's midterm elections, with some winning key gubernatorial races as well. Some were expected, such as Tennessee Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn becoming the first woman to win a seat in the Senate there, beating back former governor and Democrat Phil Bredesen. THANK YOU TENNESSEE!
Israel-Arab ties warm up after long deep freeze
Israel's leaders often refer to their country being in a "tough neighborhood" but recently there have been some extraordinary signs of friendliness with parts of the Arab world. Late last month, the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife met the Sultan of Oman on a surprise, eight-hour visit - the first of its kind in over two decades.
In search of a new world order... The tensions and upheavals are seen not just in a single region of the world, since the entire world, both developed and developed parts, are going through destructive tremors shaking up entities, with crises emerging in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and even European countries. We are now at a time in which a new order in the world is being built from the economic perspective, as well as politically, and even for social structures.
ALIEN INVASION? Harvard scientists say mysterious space object could be an alien craft Scientists first discovered the mysterious interstellar object now known as "Oumuamua" in late 2017 when it was spotted by the Pan-STARRS 1 telescope in Hawaii. Astronomers originally thought the flattened, stadium-sized object was a comet or asteroid that came from our own solar system. But the object's unusual trajectory, high speed, and puzzling way it is speeding up as it moves through the solar system, have caused researchers to consider other possibilities...
Mass Migration: Mortal Threat to Red State America Among the reasons Donald Trump is president is that his natural political instincts are superior to those of any other current figure. As campaign 2018 entered its final week, Trump seized upon and elevated the single issue that most energizes his populist base and most convulses our media elite. Warning of an "invasion," he pointed to the migrant caravan that had come out of Honduras and was wending its way through Mexico. He then threatened to issue an executive order ending birthright citizenship.
A 30-year-old called police on her parents after they invited her to attend church The woman, Ashley Shanell Fuller, reportedly phoned authorities on Saturday and told police that her parents were harassing her. Fuller's father said that all he did was knock on her bedroom door to see if she wanted to go to church for communion. She apparently did not and reportedly told her father that she wanted to be left alone instead. Then she decided to make a phone call to police.
Iran on the mark for military reprisals to US sanctions. Israel conducts air, special ops drills Tehran faces a choice between "its destructive behavior" or "economic disaster," said US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Sunday, Nov. 4, the day before US sanctions, lifted after the 2015 nuclear deal, were re-imposed on Iran. He said he was confident that Tehran would at the end of the day accept President Donald Trump's conditions for sanctions relief, i.e. limiting missile production and development, halting terrorism against other countries (he cited Denmark, where an Iranian assassination attempt was foiled ), withdrawing its forces from involvement in Middle East countries, like Syria, Lebanon and Yemen, and retire to behind its own borders.
Iran president warns of 'war situation' as sanctions resume
The U.S. re-imposed all sanctions Monday on Iran that once were lifted under its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, grinding further down on the Islamic Republic's already-ailing economy in what President Hassan Rouhani described as a "war situation" now facing Tehran.
Iran accuses Israel of failed cyber attack
Iran's telecommunications minister accused Israel on Monday of a new cyber attack on its telecommunications infrastructure, and vowed to respond with legal action. This followed comments from another official last week that Iran had uncovered a new generation of Stuxnet, a virus which was used against the country's nuclear program more than a decade ago.
UK Set to Open Major Permanent Base in Middle East British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson made the announcement after joining over 5,500 British troops in Oman in their largest war games exercise in nearly two decades. Upon his arrival to Oman, the UK defense secretary announced that a huge new training base will open in the Gulf state in a bid to boost the country's influence in the region after Brexit is delivered, the Daily Mail reported.
Egyptian President Sisi: Peace with Israel is 'stable and permanent'
'When Sadat raised his idea of peace, no one thought that this idea would be acceptable to the general opinion,' the Egyptian president said at the World Youth forum in Sharm el-Sheikh in the Sinai Peninsula, referring to former Egyptian President Anwar Sadat who signed the peace treaty in 1979 with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. Sisi also said that most Egyptians supported the peace treaty.
Bolton: Trump to put 'maximum pressure on Iran'
Iran warned on Wednesday it would hit U.S. and Israeli targets if it were attacked by the United States after President Donald Trump's security adviser said Washington would exert maximum pressure on Tehran going beyond economic sanctions. A U.S.-Iranian war of words has escalated since Trump withdrew Washington from the world powers' nuclear deal with Iran in May, blasting it as flawed and reimposing sanctions to choke Iran's economy and force it to renegotiate or change direction.
Star Parker: Democrats Are 'The Party of Anti-Christ'
Because of its support for abortion on demand, including in the ninth month of pregnancy, the Democratic Party is "evil" and is "the party of Anti-Christ," said conservative author and activist Star Parker, the founder of CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal and Education.
The end of GOD? Claims humans will 'worship AI Messiah' Novelist Dan Brown previously warned people may no longer worship God or pray to Jesus - instead putting all their faith in an AI messiah. Speaking about the advent of this technology, the Da Vinci Code writer said: "Humanity no longer needs God but may with the help of artificial intelligence develop a new form of collective consciousness that fulfills the role of religion. "Are we naive today to believe that the gods of the present will survive and be here in a hundred years?"
According to Daily Galaxy, MIT physicist and cosmologist Max Tegmark also said that once this new super intelligence is vastly greater than that of a human, the fate of mankind will depend on it.
'Human brain' supercomputer with ONE MILLION processors switched on TODAY
Steve Furber, Professor of Computer Engineering, came up with the idea of a "human brain" thinking machine. "We've essentially created a machine that works more like a brain than a traditional computer, which is extremely exciting. "The ultimate objective for the project has always been a million cores in a single computer for real time brain modelling applications, and we have now achieved it, which is fantastic."
Will the next Middle East war be about water?
It is quite likely that the next major military flare-up in the Middle East will be fought not over oil or territory nor over religious beliefs or due to clashing political ideologies. No, the central cause could well be water.
Water is rapidly becoming the most important element for survival of countries as they are known today and no one country in the region is more aware of that than Egypt.
Netanyahu hails new Brazilian president's plan to move embassy to Jerusalem
Brazil's president-elect Jair Bolsonaro has confirmed he intends to defy the Palestinians and most of the world by moving his country's embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Brazil would become the second major country after the United States to do so. "As previously stated during our campaign, we intend to transfer the Brazilian Embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem," Bolsonaro said in a Facebook post on Thursday.
Farrakhan visited Iran ahead of the renewal of U.S. sanctions against the regime at midnight on November 5. The renewed sanctions are the result of the American withdrawal from the agreement negotiated by the Obama administration, which purported to prevent Iran's development of nuclear weapons but merely delated it.
'I could have legally dismembered' preemie if still in womb, says abortionist
Planned Parenthood abortionist Lisa Harris commits D&E abortions. In this type of abortion, the abortionist uses forceps to dismember the child, pulling her out in pieces, twisting and pulling off limbs and body parts. The abortionist is then left with a pan full of baby body parts that he or she must reassemble and examine to ensure no pieces were left behind. Anything left in the uterus can lead to a dangerous infection. The procedure is described in the video below by former abortionist, Dr. Anthony Levatino...
'Gosnell' movie 'single-handedly' caused media entrepreneur to become pro-life
Patrick Courrielche, a media entrepreneur perhaps best known for his work writing groundbreaking exposés and for pioneering the pop-up retail trend, stated on his Twitter account on October 23, 2018, that the movie about abortionist Kermit Gosnell and his "house of horrors" that he ran in Philadelphia "singlehandedly changed" his mind about abortion. Courrielche considered himself to be pro-choice before seeing the movie, based on a true story, which had a difficult time even making it to the big screen, thanks to considerable opposition to telling the story...
Kavanaugh accuser referred to DOJ after admitting she lied
The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman is recommending a criminal probe against a woman who made sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh before his Senate confirmation vote. Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley referred Judy Munro-Leighton to the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Friday after his office said she had made "materially false statements" and admitted to falsely accusing Kavanaugh.
The THREE signs that Biblical prophecies about end of the world and the Messiah are 'coming true' Three unusual happenings have sparked claims that Biblical prophecies about the end of the world and the coming of the Messiah may be coming true.
The first occurrence was the birth of the first 'red heifer in 2,000 years' in Israel - a creature that features in 'end of times' tales in both Christianity and Judaism.
The news of the birth, which emerged in September, was followed by claims last month that fish and other forms of life are quickly filling up Dead Sea sinkholes.
The Next Generation Of Warfare: Genetically-Engineered Viruses As dystopian as that sounds, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is already working on a project called Insect Allies which will use insects to infect crops with genetically modified viruses that edit the crops' genetic profile to make them more resilient against disease, as well as natural and manufactured threats to the food supply.
Thursday 01, November 2018
The risk of a new large-scale war in the Middle East The rising clashes between Iran and Israel in Syria have obviously increased the possibility of a new large-scale regional war. According to Israeli high-rank officials, Iran is continuing its provocations and violations for the Israeli red lines will raise the tensions level and likely turn it into an uncontrollable situation. The U.S. policy could aim to prevent such a brutal war by supporting its military presence in Syria for two critical reasons; to contain the Iranian influence in the region; to prevent a potential reviving of the Islamic State.
Water scarcity fuels tensions across the Middle East
Israel's relations with Arab countries are historically bad, so the 1994 agreement with Jordan that created the Island of Peace has been a rare bright spot. "If we don't cooperate in water, it's difficult to cooperate in other things," Ali Subah, the general secretary of Jordan's ministry of water and irrigation, told NBC News before the king's announcement.
TV report: Israel silent as Iran hit by computer virus more violent than Stuxnet Iranian infrastructure and strategic networks have come under attack in the last few days by a computer virus similar to Stuxnet but "more violent, more advanced and more sophisticated," and Israeli officials are refusing to discuss what role, if any, they may have had in the operation, an Israeli TV report said Wednesday.
US Mid East forces brace for trouble from Iran over impending oil sanctions
The threat of a forceful Iranian response to the US embargo on its oil sales, which goes into effect on Nov. 5 ,was contained in Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif's remark on Tuesday, Oct. 30: "Unfortunately, a law-breaking country seeks to punish a country that abides by the law… This method will have severe consequences for the world order." The threat of "consequences to the world order" may be translated into such options as Iranian disruption of world oil supplies, a substantial military attack on US or Arab Middle East targets, on Israel - or all of these actions in successive stages.
Analyst says 'New Age' beliefs more popular as fewer Americans follow traditional religions
The growing popularity of "New Age" beliefs likely stems in part from fewer Americans following traditional religions, according to political analyst Ruy Teixeira.
"The data suggests this is the fastest growing religious group in America, are people who don't hold any firm religious beliefs," Teixeira, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, said Wednesday on Hill.TV's "What America's Thinking."
Seriously? David Hogg tells MSNBC we shouldn't go after evil people In the wake of the Pittsburgh massacre in which a deranged white supremacist decided to murder innocents members of the Jewish community, it was expected that the left would try to make this a gun control measure. We get it. We knew that was coming. But are people like poster boy David Hogg really serious when saying that evil people should not be blamed?
Lester Holt's whiteface, Jimmy Kimmel's blackface - it's all good for liberals
Apparently It's OK for NBC's nighttime anchor Lester Holt to wear a whiteface to mimic British pop star Susan Boyle. And it's OK for NBC's Hoda Kotb to lighten her skin to portray white country star Blake Shelton. And it's OK for Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, the latter of whom now works for NBC, to don blackface for their own special comedic purposes. Go figure. Racism, apparently, is selective.
Russia Plans Missile-Firing Exercise Off Norway Amid NATO Drills
The Russian Navy plans to test missiles in international waters off Norway's coast this week, Norwegian and NATO officials say, as the Western military alliance conducts its largest military exercise since the end of the Cold War. NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on October 29 the alliance was informed last week about the planned tests.
Israel: George Soros Funds Groups 'That Defame the Jewish State'
Although some pundits, mostly on the left, have denounced criticism of left-wing billionaire George Soros as anti-Semitic, it is important to note that Israel has officially stated that criticism of Soros is legitimate because he "continuously" seeks to undermine the Israeli government and he funds organizations "that defame the Jewish state."
Recently the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reported that Theo Thijssen school in Amsterdam has decided to replace the traditional Easter breakfast with the celebration of the Islamic Sugar Holiday, which is not even one of Islam's major events. According to the school, "it wants to give more attention to traditions of other cultures."
Harvard researchers: Humans may be from deep space... Are we truly Earthlings? Is terra firma unequivocally the birthplace of humanity? Maybe not. A new paper by a trio of Harvard University researchers argues that we all might be immigrants from deep space, brought to Earth via a mechanism called panspermia.
The Coming Fight for Middle Eastern Water
Only two decades into the twenty-first century, there have already been six conflicts with more than ten thousand casualties in the Middle East. Further threatening an embroiled region, many analysts warn that more conflict could be on the horizon: wars fought over water. In the words of UN Under Secretary General Hans van Ginkel, "conflicts over water, both international and civil wars, threaten to become a key part of the twenty-first century landscape." Unless the looming potential for conflict can be abated, the United States and its allies will be drawn into yet another war in the Middle East.
'We are preparing for war' Russia issues SHOCK warning over US withdrawal from INF Treaty A LEADING Russian official has warned that Russia is preparing for war in the wake of the US's unilateral withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), in a sign of growing tensions between the two foes. Andrei Belousov, deputy head of the Department of Nonproliferation and Arms Control at the Russian Foreign Minister, raised concerns over potential future conflict between the US and Russia, stating that Moscow will defend its territorial integrity and principles in response to US aggression.
The current draft of a migration compact would require signatory states to eliminate their varying categories of migrants, which could include ditching descriptors like refugee, asylum seeker, economic migrant, illegal aliens and more.
Reported in a recent article by Free West Media, the document has been described as "open-border propaganda on steroids" and "an end to controlled migration and borders as we know it."
If you can't beat the Bible, 'queer' it instead A private college in California is offering a course called "Queer Theory and the Bible" in, of all places, its religious studies department. Faithwire.com reports that Pomona College, located in Claremont, is offering the one-credit course taught by Dr. Erin Runons, chair of the religious students department at the college of approximately 1,700 undergraduate students.
Nazi Christmas ornaments and KKK robe sold at Louisville gun show Nazi Christmas ornaments, Confederate flags and a Ku Klux Klan robe were on display or for sale this past weekend at the Kentucky Expo Center during a gun show, just days after the shooting deaths of two people at a Jeffersontown Kroger grocery store that investigators say could be a hate crime.
Monday 29, October 2018
Netanyahu Says Israel Preparing for War With Gaza
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a stark warning to the Palestinian Authority and to the international community during Sunday's cabinet meeting in Jerusalem. The gist of his remarks was that Israel will not hesitate to launch a full-scale military operation against the Gaza Strip if the situation along the coastal enclave's border continues to deteriorate.
Israel's $72 million war chest to fight BDS comes to Brussels
In its ongoing battle against the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign Israel is pushing for European political parties to declare the movement "fundamentally anti-Semitic". The latest drive saw Israel's Minister of Jerusalem Affairs, Ze'ev Elkin, attending a conference in Brussels backed by the Israeli government which proposed a text for prospective MEPs and political parties to sign up to before European elections in May next year.
11 Dead, 6 Injured In Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting
The shooting occurred shortly before 10 a.m. during a bris circumcision ceremony at The Tree of Life, a 150-year-old Conservative movement congregation in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood, which has a substantial Jewish population. Some 100 worshipers were at the synagogue, which was holding three services at the time.
Witches Outnumber Presbyterians in the US; Wicca, Paganism Growing 'Astronomically' The population of self-identified witches has risen dramatically in the United States in recent decades, as interest in astrology and witchcraft practices have become increasingly mainstreamed. While data is sparse, Quartz noted, the practice of witchcraft has grown significantly in recent decades; those who identify as witches has risen concurrently with the rise of the "witch aesthetic."
Joint Communication Network For Biometric Databases Being Established
Does anyone remember that it used to be considered a conspiracy theory to warn people about biometric databases? Well, now that it is an accepted reality, we should be looking even farther down the slippery slope for new signposts indicating even greater plans to track, trace and database all human beings.
The Military is instructing local police forces how to "master the human domain" with biometric identification and AI analysis of populations. On the battlefield, mastering the human domain means changing, informing or shaping human behavior. When turned on our own civilian population, you have the ultimate social engineering event that will transform society.
Humans on the brink of IMMORTALITY, top scientist claims Dr Ian Pearson has previously said people will have the ability to "not die" by 2050 - just over 30 years from now. Two of the methods he said humans might use were "body part renewal" and linking bodies with machines so that people are living their lives through an android. Human is hoping to make the immortality dream a reality with an ambitious plan.
Apple CEO Tim Cook thanks God for making him gay
Apple CEO Tim Cook - who is worth nearly $800 million - calls being gay the best thing that ever happened to him. "I'm very proud of it," he told CNN. Cook called his sexual orientation "God's greatest gift to me."
PETA claims milk a 'symbol used by white supremacists'
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals says it's time for Americans to "ditch dairy" because it's a "symbol used by white supremacists." A recent piece by The New York Times on milk-guzzling racists has been latched onto by PETA as yet another rationale for abandoning diary products. At issue are random pockets of white supremacists who tout digesting lactose as an adult as an indicator of biological dominance.
Civility? NY Times Publishes Fantasy Story Depicting Trump's Assassination As the media and the left goes on and on about hateful rhetoric from President Donald Trump after numerous someone sent Democrat foes bombs, they seem to have forgotten that their rhetoric doesn't help either. You know, like this fantasy story at The New York Times that depicts the assassination of Trump by a Russian agent with the help of the Secret Service.
NFL star Benjamin Watson donates ultrasound machines to save lives NFL tight end and Super Bowl champion Benjamin Watson, who plays for the New Orleans Saints, has long been an outspoken defender of life. But he also puts his money where his mouth is, making generous donations, like 3D ultrasound machines, to pregnancy help centers. He has also spoken at the March for Life, where he implored men to do their part in preventing abortion. "We as men must stand up for the lives of the innocent and their mothers in crisis," he said. "As important as women have been in championing this cause, you men must rise up and lead the charge. Even if it wasn't demonstrated for you by a father, you can be different. You can change the course of generations. Men: we can be silent no more!" GOD BLESS YOU MR. WATSON!
No evidence Iran abandoned nuclear weapons program
On October 23, four experts of the Institute of Science and International Security (the so-called 'good ISIS') published an analysis of documents, photographs and satellite images related to Iran's covert nuclear program which were seized by the Israeli spy agency Mossad during a daring night-time raid in Tehran, Iran at the end of January this year.
Putin: 'Russia developing new powerful weapons'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his country has been testing new weapons that "significantly excel foreign designs and are simply unrivaled".
Speaking at a meeting of top Russian military and police generals, Putin added that "Russia doesn't threaten anyone, and has strictly adhered to its obligations in the sphere of international security and arms control".
Soros and his 'rent an evangelical' tactic for midterms Compliments of socialist billionaire George Soros, the far left is dressing up its agenda in religious words and symbols as the November midterms approach. Those who attend a rally put on by Vote Common Good are likely to hear a lot of things that remind them of church. For example, they'll hear pastors like John Pavlovitz talking about Bible phrases like "caring for the least of these." But the message - this one from Pavlovitz, aimed at President Trump – sounds like it comes straight out of the Democratic playbook...
World War 3 FEARS: Iranian General vows to DESTROY Israel in FURIOUS attack A top Iranian General has vowed to destroy Israel, warning "there will soon be no way to escape but the sea", raising fears of a major outbreak of conflict in the volatile Middle East. The comments were made by Brigadier General Hossein Salami, second-in-command of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards force, during a speech to his troops in the city of Isfahan.
NASA is trying to figure out how to contain a super volcano that could destroy humanity What images go through your mind when you think of the end of the world Asteroids? Perhaps a world war? Climate change? Or even aliens? Even if some of these things are realistic, there's a much greater threat lurking beneath Earth's surface that could put an end to human civilization - and very few know about it. According to a report by the BBC, even NASA sees them as one of the greatest natural threats to humanity: super-volcanoes.
DARPA Developing GMO Insects That Genetically Modify Crops
A team of scientist sounds the alarm in a new Science Policy Forum report about a mysterious US government program that is developing genetically modified viruses that would be dispersed into the environment using insects. The virus-infected or 'Frankenstein' insects are being developed as countermeasures against potential natural and engineered threats to the US food supply. The program is operated by the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) could be viewed as an attempt to develop an entirely new class of bio-weapons that would prompt other nations to seek similar weapons, they cautioned.
Wednesday 24, October 2018
Jordan rules out negotiations with Israel Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman al-Safadi said on Monday that his country had not received a request from Israel to negotiate on the renewal of the lease of lands in Naharayim and Tzofar that were leased under the peace agreement.
Alabama Supreme Court Upholds Personhood of Unborn Babies, Judge Calls for End to Roe he Alabama Supreme Court unanimously voted to uphold the "value" and personhood of unborn babies in the womb on Friday, Oct. 19, in the case of Jessie Livell Phillips v. State of Alabama. On Dec. 18, 2015 in the Marshall Circuit Court, Jessie Phillips was convicted of the 2009 "intentional killing of his wife, Erica Phillips, and their unborn child ('Baby Doe')," and sentenced to death, according to the case report. Erica Phillips "had been approximately eight weeks pregnant" when she was murdered.
CDC investigating more cases of polio-like syndrome Federal health officials said Monday they now have reports of 155 possible cases of acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like syndrome that causes muscle weakness and paralysis. The latest update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows no change in the number of confirmed cases - 62 cases in 22 states. But state health departments have reported another 28 suspected cases.
San Francisco is allowing non-citizens to vote, but few will San Francisco has become the largest U.S. city to give people in the country illegally and other non-citizens the right to vote in a local election, but the possibility of the Trump administration learning their identities appears to have kept people away: only 35 non-citizens have registered.
Parents Outraged After Drag Queen Speaks At School Career Day
A school district has apologized to parents, after hosting a drag queen as part of a career day. A spokesperson for Adams 12 Five Star schools said Rocky Top Middle School staff should have notified parents a drag queen would be speaking to their children, before allowing the speech to happen.
West Virginia Democratic Candidate Was Pagan Witchcraft Cult Leader Lissa Lucas rose through the ranks of a Wiccan cult to its third level - the highest stage for most Wiccan cults - and instructed lower-level Wiccans in occult practices, TheDCNF's investigation found. Lucas's campaign has raised more than five times as much money as her Republican opponent, thanks in part to national media attention that has left out Lucas's witchcraft. She authored two books on casting pagan spells, writing under the name Llysse Smith Wylle. The author biography for Lucas's 2007 book, "The Art of Magic Words," a how-to guide for casting spells, touted her experience in witchcraft.
Russia Supports Syria, Iran Ramps Up Support to Hezbollah
Iran reportedly delivered GPS components to Hezbollah in Lebanon that will allow the group to transform rudimentary projectiles into precision-guided missiles, thereby increasing the threat to Israel. Western intelligence services believe Tehran has shifted its strategy by increasingly shipping weaponry directly to its proxy in Beirut, with a view to evading Israeli air strikes.
Iranian official threatens to raze Tel Aviv and Haifa Senior Iranian official Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, a special assistant to the speaker of the Iranian parliament and a former Iranian deputy foreign minister, recently threatened that Iran would raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground if Israel "carries out even the smallest mistake" against the Islamic Republic.
How many missiles does Hezbollah have aimed at Israel? The Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah's arsenal of missiles and rockets has grown to 150,000, Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud) revealed Sunday. Speaking at a conference hosted by the Jerusalem Institute for Strategic Studies on Sunday, Erdan highlighted the increasing military presence of Iran and its allies along the Israeli border, Israel Hayom reported.
Netanyahu vows to renegotiate deal with Jordan Israel will push the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to reinstate an agreement between the two countries leasing two areas under Jordanian control to Israel, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
Majority of Americans Call Abortion a 'Sin,' New Survey Reveals
In compelling news for those who value the dignity of human life at every stage, a majority of Americans - 52 percent - now believe abortion is a sin, a new survey released Monday revealed. The 2018 State of Theology survey reported that the figure rose from 49 percent in 2016, noted The Daily Caller.
Why Isn't Mexico Stopping Them? As thousands of Central American migrants continue their long walk to the U.S. border, prompting daily condemnations from President Donald Trump, the Mexican government has had to decide: Are Trump's threats enough to prompt an intervention? For now, Mexican police have merely stepped aside as the caravan has passed, watching first as migrants took rafts across the river that separates the country from Guatemala, and then as they continued by foot along the main highway, chanting, "Si, se pudo," or "Yes, we did it."
Monday 22, October 2018
Jordan cancels part of peace agreement with Israel
Jordan's King Abdullah II says he has decided not to renew parts of his country's landmark peace treaty with Israel. In a statement, Abdullah said Sunday that he would be pulling out of two annexes from the 1994 peace agreement that allowed Israel to lease two small areas, Baqura and Ghamr, from the Jordanians for 25 years. The leases expire next year.
Trump to leave nuclear arms treaty with Russia
US President Donald Trump announced Saturday that he would be pulling out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia. "Russia has violated the agreement. They've been violating it for many years," Trump told reporters before boarding Air Force One to leave Nevada following a campaign rally.
Iranian official threatens to raze Tel Aviv and Haifa
Senior Iranian official Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, a special assistant to the speaker of the Iranian parliament and a former Iranian deputy foreign minister, recently threatened that Iran would raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground if Israel "carries out even the smallest mistake" against the Islamic Republic.
Jerusalem the capital of 'Palestine'? Not anytime soon
A US administration official told Arutz Sheva on Sunday that, for the time being, the possibility of Washington recognizing eastern Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state is not being considered nor is it on the agenda.
RIP Tank: Will Robots Armed with Javelin Missiles Finally Make Tanks Obsolete?
Pity the poor tank. As if armored fighting vehicles didn't have enough problems, from missiles and rockets to IEDs lurking in the dirt. Now they are going to be hunted by anti-tank robots. A prototype variant of the Titan unmanned ground vehicle, or UGV, mounts a Javelin anti-tank missile as well as a .50-caliber machine gun.
Magnitude 4.0 earthquake shakes Texas, Oklahoma panhandles An earthquake has shaken parts of the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles. The U.S. Geological Survey says the 4.0 magnitude earthquake was recorded at 8:04 a.m. Saturday about 9 miles (15 kilometers) north-northeast of Amarillo. The temblor was recorded at a depth of 3 miles (5 kilometers).
Socialist Ocasio-Cortez: Defeating Nazis Is Blueprint For Defeating Global Warming
Democratic Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Friday at a campaign event that the United States' blueprint for beating global warming needs to be the same as the blueprint the U.S. used for defeating Nazi Germany in the 1940s. "So we talk about existential threats, the last time we had a really major existential threat to this country was around World War II," Ocasio-Cortez said. "And so we've been here before and we have a blueprint of doing this before."
Friday 19, October 2018
'Israel sliding into war with Gaza' Israeli lawmakers called on the government to retaliate against the Hamas terror organization following a rocket attack on the city of Beer Sheva overnight, warning that Israel was in danger of sliding into an 'unwanted war' with Gaza as Israeli deterrence declines.
Is this the US plan that will remove Iran from Syria? The Trump administration is developing a new strategy for the war in Syria that would focus more heavily on pushing Iran's military and its proxy forces out of the country, NBC Newsreported on Tuesday, citing five people familiar with the plan.
The new strategy would not involve the US military directly targeting and killing Iranian soldiers or Iran's proxies, however, since that would violate the current US authorization for using force in Syria. The US military does have the right of self-defense under the authorization, and could strike the Iranian military if it felt threatened.
Iran Claims Its Ballistic Missiles Capable of Striking 'Any Vessel' from 435 Miles "Iran has developed land-to-sea ballistic missiles with the capability of hitting any ship from an estimated 435 miles, a top official from the Islamic Republic's Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) declared this week amid escalating tensions with the United States over Tehran's missile program.
'We have managed to make land-to-sea ballistic, not cruise, missiles that can hit any vessel or ship from 700 km [435 miles],' Iran's state-controlled Fars News Agency quoted Amirali Hajizadeh, the head of the IRGC's airspace division, as saying on Tuesday.
Top 10 Reasons George Soros is Dangerous
Human Events' readers, in an online poll, recently voted billionaire financier George Soros "the single most destructive leftist demagogue in the country." Here are the Top 10 Reasons George Soros Is Dangerous...
Family of Dutch diplomat punished for saving Jews gets apology
A Dutch diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust and was punished for his actions received a long overdue apology. The Dutch Foreign Ministry on Tuesday apologized to the family of Jan Zwartendijk, who was honorary consul of the Netherlands in what today is Lithuania during World War II, Dutch media reported.