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Tuesday 18, June 2019

Iran will break uranium stockpile limit in 10 days...
Iran will surpass the uranium-stockpile limit set by its nuclear deal in the next 10 days, an official said Monday, raising pressure on Europeans trying to save the accord a year after the U.S. withdrawal lit the fuse for the heightened tensions now between Tehran and Washington. Hours later, the two countries seemed locked in a standoff when the Pentagon announced it was sending about 1,000 additional American troops to the Middle East to bolster security in the region in the face of what U.S. officials said was a growing threat from Iran.

Olmert: Iran won't have a bomb, trust me
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert spoke on Sunday at the Jerusalem Post conference in New York, and was not particularly concerned by the Iranian nuclear program. "I doubt there will be a military confrontation," Olmert said in wake of the recent tensions between Tehran and Washington. "We saw in the past that this is a brilliant strategy that the American president adopted. He brings the atmosphere to tension to the point where it seems very threatening in order to force the other party to sit down for negotiations. It happened with North Korea, and he ended up being Kim Jong Un's friend."

Large-scale military exercise
On Sunday, a large-scale military exercise will begin in various parts of the country - the Jordan Valley, the Upper Galilee, Nahariya, the Sea of ??Galilee area and the Golan Heights. The exercise, expected to end on Thursday, will entail heavy traffic of security forces, including vehicles, fighter planes, combat helicopters, assault helicopters and aircraft all over the country.

Sen. Cotton: Iran's 'Unprovoked Attack on Commercial Shipping Warrants Retaliatory Military Strikes'
As the Trump administration works to convince allies that Iran was responsible for last week's attack on two tankers near the Persian Gulf, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said Sunday that "this unprovoked attack on commercial shipping warrants retaliatory military strikes."

Pompeo Vows U.S. Will Guarantee Passage Through Strait of Hormuz
Pompeo confirmed in an interview with CBS that a US MQ-9 "Reaper" drone was shot down June 6 with a missile fired from Yemen "that we assess had Iranian assistance." Pompeo would not be drawn on what options the US is considering to protect shipping - or to punish Iran - in the wake of Thursday's attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman, but reiterated that President Donald Trump is not seeking war with Iran.

Pastor: Identity politics, Marxism basis of So. Baptist resolution
Last Wednesday, "Resolution #9 - On Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality" passed after a short but contentious debate at the SBC's annual meeting in Birmingham, Alabama. Critical Race Theory (CRT) - according to Britannica.com - is "the view that race, instead of being biologically grounded and natural, is socially constructed; and that race, as a socially constructed concept, functions as a means to maintain the interests of the white population that constructed it." The theory of intersectionality says all oppressed groups are interdependent and subject to overlapping systems of oppression.

Church leaders under the thumb of Beijing gov't
A church in China has been experiencing extreme harassment from the Chinese government for the past six months. The pastor is still missing after being arrested in early December.

Judge conceals details of state probe of abortionists
A state judge in Missouri once again has sided with a Planned Parenthood clinic that failed to meet state health department requirements to remain open, this time ruling that a 62-page report of the state's concerns be sealed for now. The Planned Parenthood business in St. Louis was told to provide details of its emergency care and health concerns or risk closure.

A student is reportedly kicked out of class for saying there are 2 genders

Monday 17, June 2019

Leftist media watch groups unhappy when Laura Ingraham talks health hazards of LGBTQ life

Alyssa Milano: Pro-life citizens are hypocrites because 'asylum seekers have heartbeats'
Actress and liberal activist Alyssa Milano says pro-life Americans who would deny anyone seeking asylum in the U.S. are hypocrites because they "have heartbeats." The actress who demanded that journalists refer to "fetal pole cardiac activity" instead of fetal "heartbeats" when talking about pregnancy equated limits on immigration with abortion on Thursday. "Asylum seekers have heartbeats," she tweeted. "So take your fake 'pro-life' hypocrisy and shove it where the sun don't shine."

UNBORN BABIES WHO ARE MURDERED IN THEIR MOTHER'S WOMB ALSO HAVE HEARTBEATS.

Transgender hurdler who just won NCAA women's national championship: 'Me competing against cisgender females is a disadvantage'

YouTube removes journalist's video about Pinterest's censorship of Christian, pro-life content—without explanation
The battle for freedom of speech online continues to escalate, with the latest development being YouTube censoring a journalist's video about Pinterest's censorship of Christian and pro-life content.

'A catastrophe of global significance just waiting to happen': Glenn Beck on why an Ebola outbreak is a real threat
On Friday's radio program, Glenn Beck talked about the hundreds of African immigrants who have crossed the US-Mexico border in recent weeks, and the fact that most of these migrants come from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, an area suffering the second deadliest outbreak of Ebola in history.

Report: Pinterest Censoring Conservatives...
People come to Pinterest for all kinds of things. But apparently, there's one thing users won't find on the app -- and that's tolerance. It was supposed to be a harmless site, a place for swapping recipes and planning kitchen remodels. Now we know: even the most innocuous platforms aren't immune from Big Tech's censorship. And if that's the case, conservatives are in trouble. Because the problem just got a whole lot worse than we thought.

12 white male cops sue San Francisco for discrimination
A dozen white male cops have filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco claiming they were passed over for promotions because of their race and gender. The plaintiffs accuse the San Francisco Police Department of discriminating against white male officers through an "obscure and biased" promotional process that favors lower-scoring candidates.

Saturday 15, June 2019

Iran's secrets for pulling off sneak attacks: Surprise, precise weapons, a new cruise missile
Four secret assets account for Iran's success in pulling off half a dozen attacks on US allies in the past month, peaking in the sabotage of two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, June 13. Those assets are listed by DEBKAfile's military sources.

Trump team weighs options against Iran after tanker explosions but downplays war threat
President Trump and Iranian leaders traded accusations Friday over who was responsible for fiery explosions that crippled two oil tankers off Iran's coast, but both sides appeared cautious not to go beyond a war of words, at least for now, to avoid a direct military confrontation.

ICE quarantines 5,200 aliens in detention centers for mumps and chicken pox exposure, marking huge jump from few months ago
More than 5,000 adult immigrants have been quarantined by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after exposure to mumps or chicken pox. It's a big jump from even just a few months ago and represents cases at 39 immigrant detention centers across the country, ICE told CNN. There were only 2,287 detainees quarantined for exposure to contagious conditions as of March 7.

ACLU files $1 million claim against Corona Police after illegal alien is deported

Friday 14, June 2019

Iran has accelerated enrichment of uranium, IAEA says
Iran has followed through on a threat to accelerate its production of enriched uranium, the head of the U.N. atomic watchdog said on Monday, departing from his usual guarded language to say he was worried about increasing tension. The assessment comes at a time of sharply increased U.S.-Iranian confrontation in recent weeks, a year after Washington abandoned an agreement between Iran and world powers to curb Tehran's nuclear programme in exchange for the lifting of international financial sanctions.

PM Netanyahu: Israel will strike first, not wait to be attacked
Israel will act preemptively and will not wait for its enemies to attack, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday. Speaking at a state memorial ceremony for former President Ephraim Katzir at the Rehovot cemetery, Netanyahu said: "The chain of tests that we are dealing with is unending. We respond vigorously and with force to all attacks against us; however, we do not take action only after the fact. We deny the enemy's capabilities before the fact. We are acting methodically and consistently to prevent our enemies from establishing offensive bases against us in our vicinity."

'Next war will be worst in Israel's history'
Former IDF ombudsman Maj. Gen. (res.) Yitzhak Brick spoke about his meeting with Deputy Chief of Staff Eyal on a military podcast on 103FM on Friday. Zamir was a major general in the IDF during the writing of Brick's ominous report in January 2019 about the IDF's lack of readiness for a major military confrontation.

Iran accuses the US of LYING about the 'suspicious' attack on American-linked oil tanker and denies ordering 'torpedo' assault
IRAN has accused the US of lying about the "torpedo attack" on an American-linked oil tanker as tensions reach breaking point. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blamed Iran for the "blatant" attacks on two tankers which burst into flames in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday.

IDF attacks Hamas targets in Gaza
The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said that IDF fighter jets and aircraft targeted terror infrastructure in military compounds and a Hamas naval force military compound overnight Thursday, as part of a strike on a number of Hamas terror sites throughout the Gaza Strip. The attack was carried out in retaliation to the rocket fire from Gaza towards southern Israel on Thursday evening

Khamenei slaps America in the face by refusing to receive Trump message from Abe
Iran's leader administered a brazen insult to the United States when he told visiting Japanese PM Shinzo Abe on Thursday, June 13, that he did not consider President Donald Trump "worthy" of an exchange of messages with him. "I do not have and will not have any response for him," he told the Japanese prime minister, crudely knocking down his visitor's effort to ease the spiraling US-Iranian tensions. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei went on to say that Trump's promise not to seek regime change in Iran was "a lie" and he did not believe Washington's offer of "honest negotiations" with Tehran.

Exclusive: Facebook's Process to Label You a 'Hate Agent' Revealed
Facebook monitors the offline behavior of its users to determine if they should be categorized as a "Hate Agent," according to a document provided exclusively to Breitbart News by a source within the social media giant. The document, titled "Hate Agent Policy Review" outlines a series of "signals" that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a "hate agent" and banned from the platform.

With glitz and glamor, Tel Aviv celebrates Mideast's largest Pride parade
Hundreds of thousands of people were expected to take to Tel Aviv's streets Friday, as the famously gay-friendly city put on one of the world's larger Pride parades. Rainbow flags flooded the streets, and organizers said some 250,000 people were expected to take part in the annual event.

Conservative Anglicans Criticize Church Of England Opening The Door For Marijuana Investments
Holy smokes! The Church of England is considering investing in the burgeoning cannabis industry. The church's investment arm, the Church Commissioners for England, will reportedly relax its rules against investment in medicinal marijuana companies, according to the Financial Times. The Church Commissioners manage a $8.2 billion portfolio, which funds the ministry of the Church of England.

Lake County, Florida church hosting 3-day 'Make America Straight Again' event
A Lake County church - whose preacher calls homosexuality "not a normal lifestyle" and advocates for the arrest and execution of lesbians and gays - is planning to hold a three-day "Make America Straight Again" event beginning Friday.

Pride really is nothing to boast about
Somewhere along the way, the month of June was designated Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride month. Friends, we must beware the perversion that boasts in this kind of pride. Still, it is celebrated all over the country by governments, businesses, etc. The colors of the rainbow are used to signify the LGBTQ movement. Parades commemorating it go on in many places. There is no question that the LGBTQ movement is mainstream America now.

'Deepfakes' called new election threat, with no easy fix
"Deepfake" videos pose a clear and growing threat to America's national security, lawmakers and experts say. The question is what to do about it, and that's not easily answered. A House Intelligence Committee hearing Thursday served up a public warning about the deceptive powers of artificial intelligence software and offered a sobering assessment of how fast the technology is outpacing efforts to stop it.

Wednesday 12, June 2019

Kirsten Gillibrand: Pro-life Americans, like racist judges, are unacceptable
Understand? If you are for protecting the most innocent of life, an unborn baby, you are unacceptable. Satan could not have said it better himself. And for people like Kirsten Gillibrand, I do believe they are speaking with his voice. Truly, very evil, vile individuals are walking this Earth. Please come soon Lord Jesus.

Iran Warns U.S. Navy and 'Zionist' Military: Prepare to Be Crushed
U.S. Navy forces now gathered in the Persian Gulf region will be hit with "unimaginable reciprocal blows" if any attack is made on Iran, a top military aide to the country's leadership said Sunday. "Zionists" were also warned they face the same fate in the announcement. General Rahim Safavi told the local Fars newsagency Iran has the ability to hit far beyond its borders and its enemies should take note. He said...

Iranian attacks on US Mid-East allies continue. US, Gulf states, Israel affect unconcern
he Yemeni Houthi rebels' first multiple drone attack on a Saudi air base at Jizan on Sunday, June 9, was the latest of five assaults orchestrated by Iran on US allies in a month. The two rockets fired on June 1 from Syria at Israel's Hermon positions belonged to the same series.

At Jizan airport, the Yemeni insurgents used a squadron of their Iran-made armed drones to level Saudi drone bunkers and stations. Saudi air defense units were caught off guard and failed to shoot down a single enemy drone. Riyadh did not confirm that the attack took place.

Israeli PM slams Iran statement, acceleration of nuclear program
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu commented on Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif's statement regarding the acceleration of the Iranian nuclear program: "Zarif is lying again. Iran is the one that openly threatens, every day, to destroy the State of Israel." The Prime Minister continued: "Iran continues to entrench itself militarily in Syria. And today, the IAEA reports that Iran is accelerating its nuclear program.

Are there really verses in the Bible that support abortion?
Many of us know the biblical case against abortion. But are there other verses that bring a different perspective on abortion? On the pro-life side, we note that Rebekah was told that two nations were in her womb, pointing to the personhood and potential of her unborn children (Genesis 25:21-23; see also Jeremiah 1:4-5). Similarly, John the Baptizer leapt in his mother's womb when Miriam (Mary) arrived, with the baby Jesus in her womb (Luke 1:39-43; see also 1:15, where John would be filled with the Spirit even from his mother's womb). And verses like Psalm 139:13-16 speak of how the Lord carefully knit us together while we were still in the womb. But are there other verses that might point in another direction?

Course yanked before teachers taught about 'Israel occupation'
A public school district in Illinois has pulled an anti-Israel staff training course entitled "Teaching Palestine" after public uproar. Pro-Israel group StandWithUs says it fought plans by School District 219 after learning faculty members would be taught about the "Israel occupation of Palestine."

The course content was produced by the nice-sounding Jewish Voice for Peace organization, which the Anti-Defamation League has designated one of the top 10 anti-Israel groups in the country, according to Shapiro.

Tech Insider Blows Whistle on How Pinterest Listed Top Pro-Life Site as Porn, "Bible Verses" Censored
Project Veritas has received and published documents from an insider at Pinterest. The documents, which include product code, Slack messages, and internal policies, reveal terms and websites that Pinterest apparently censors. In an interview, the Pinterest insider who leaked the documents explains how the company censors pro-life and Christian content on the website.

Pinterest is a publicly-traded social media company headquartered in San Francisco that has nearly 300 million active monthly users. In the past, Project Veritas released undercover footage of Twitter employees discussing "shadow-banning," and also published leaked documents from Facebook which revealed plans to target and demote conservative commentary.

AI Listened to People's Voices. Then It Generated Their Faces
The reason we post stories like this is that sometime in the near future when the Antichrist takes control, he will use all invasive human technology (and non-human means) of setting up a one-world, totalitarian government where all must bow before him.

What Apple knows about you...
Apple pitches itself as the most privacy-minded of the big tech companies, and indeed it goes to great lengths to collect less data than its rivals. Nonetheless, the iPhone maker will still know plenty about you if you use many of its services: In particular, Apple knows your billing information and all the digital and physical goods you have bought from it, including music, movie and app purchases. But there's lots more...

This Deepfake of Mark Zuckerberg Tests Facebook's Fake Video Policies...
Two artists and an advertising company created a deepfake of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg saying things he never said, and uploaded it to Instagram. The video, created by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe in partnership with advertising company Canny, shows Mark Zuckerberg sitting at a desk, seemingly giving a sinister speech about Facebook's power. The video is framed with broadcast chyrons that say "We're increasing transparency on ads," to make it look like it's part of a news segment.

U.S. Cities Overwhelmed With Numbers of Illegal Migrants Arriving From Ebola-Stricken Countries
Some U.S. cities are becoming overwhelmed with the number of illegal African migrants arriving from Ebola-stricken countries, with Portland Maine complaining that they are beyond capacity. Large groups of migrants are arriving from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has been hit by one of the biggest Ebola outbreaks in history, with 2,000 recorded cases in the last 10 months.

Monday 10, June 2019

U.S. Commander Weighs an Expanded Mideast Force to Counter Iran
The commander of U.S. forces in the Middle East said he may recommend a return to a larger U.S. military presence in the area after concluding that the deployment of this aircraft carrier and other capabilities helped curtail Iranian threats. Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, asked in early May that the carrier, bombers, troops and an antimissile system be sent to the region after learning of "specific" threats against U.S. and allied forces and interests in Iraq and elsewhere.

US carrier in Persian Gulf a clear signal to Iran
United States Navy fighter jets were flying missions from an aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea on Saturday, a signal to Iran of America's global military reach.

US envoy says Israel has 'right' to annex parts of West Bank
The US ambassador to Israel said he believes the Jewish state has the right to annex at least "some" of the West Bank, in comments likely to deepen Palestinian opposition to a long-awaited US peace plan.

Hamas-Gaza amasses 10,000 rockets, plans a new Iran-sponsored militia in Syria
Israel's Chief of Staff Lt, Gen. Aviv Kochavi said on Friday, June 8: "The slowdown of Hamas-instigated violence on the Gaza border, including the incendiary balloons, is the outcome of an equation reached with Hamas on the operational level and we have decided to give it a chance." He was talking to heads of the southern communities on the eve of the Shavuot festival.

Sad scene: Unholy celebration in the Holy Land...
A Messianic Jewish leader finds it "troubling" that the city from which Jesus will rule and reign someday was awash in total depravity on Thursday. Over 2,500 police officers in plain clothes, in uniform, and on horseback patrolled the crowd as 10,000 participants waving rainbow flags encouraged the debauchery being demonstrated during the "gay pride" parade in Jerusalem. But the celebration of depravity - not to mention the presence of thousands reveling in it - did not go over well with the city's substantial orthodox population, with some carrying signs saying "Jerusalem is not Sodom" and "Keep the Holy Land holy."

US Jewish community looks to defend itself as attacks rise
Armed guards, safety assessments and now even a "Tactical Rabbi" to train volunteers on the use of weapons -- such is the reality today at synagogues in the United States facing mounting anti-Semitic attacks. It is at a shooting range in the hills overlooking Los Angeles that a team of AFP reporters met recently with Raziel Cohen, dubbed the "Tactical Rabbi," who was sporting a 9mm pistol on his hip and carrying a semi-automatic rifle over his shoulder.

Dutch TV drops Christian programming after Palestinian complaints
One pro-Israel activist contends that a Dutch-based Christian television channel in the Netherlands is off the air because a cable provider pandered to the complaint of a Palestinian viewer who didn't like its pro-Israel programming. Proclaiming Justice to the Nations President Laurie Cardoza-Moore - who is also the producer of Focus on Israel, which is carried on 21 media partners around the world – recently pointed out that one of these partners, Family 7, a 24/7 Christian channel in the Netherlands, was removed by a service provider following a complaint about Focus on Israel.

Southern Baptist delegates urged to be wary of 'social justice' agenda
Southern Baptists will be gathering next week for their annual convention. Among the issues they plan to address: sexual abuse and racism. But it's how they plan to deal with those issues that is drawing the concern of some. Church leaders and lay people called "messengers" will gather next week (June 11-12) in Birmingham, Alabama, to consider, among other things, amendments to the Southern Baptist Convention's constitution that are meant to address charges in the media of child sexual abuse at SBC churches. Also to be considered will be the formation of a standing committee that will investigate such claims and recommend actions that could lead to breaking ties with some churches.

How The Left Is Normalizing Pedophilia Right In Front Of Our Eyes...
Twitter just announced that it has "zero tolerance" for child sexual exploitation, yet it has allowed this video from Vice, both portraying and glorifying child sexual exploitation, to remain on its platform. The Vice video is a fun and whimsical look at the "community" of young boys who dress in women's clothing and dance for the perverted entertainment of adults.

Yes, Democrats Have Removed 'So Help Me God' From House Committee Oaths
The Democrats have continued their mission to root God out of the public square in the name of secularism by removing "so help me God" from the U.S. House of Representatives oath witnesses must take when testifying before several of the congressional committees, all of which are currently under Democratic control.

Allie Stuckey: Society Has 'Exchanged the God of Scripture for the God of Self'
Conservative commentator Allie Stuckey spoke at TPUSA's Young Women's Leadership Summit Friday afternoon and deconstructed society's embrace of godless narcissism. Stuckey told the large crowd of young conservatives that women are "probably the most targeted group by deception than any other group" in the country.

Thursday 06, June 2019

ANALYSIS: Iran's threat to Israel continues to grow
For the third time in one week a confrontation between the pro-Iranian axis and Israel took place in Syria and it looks as though Iran is preparing for the opening of a new front against the Jewish state on the Golan Heights. After Syrian air defenses tried to down an IAF warplane patrolling the skies in northern Israel at the beginning of last week, two other confrontations took place over the weekend. On Saturday evening two rockets were fired in the direction of the Israeli Golan Heights with one of them reaching Mount Hermon where it exploded without causing damage or casualties.

Trump puts a stop to using aborted baby parts for federal research
The Trump administration said Wednesday it is ending medical research by government scientists who use the remains of aborted babies. Research using fetal tissue that otherwise would be discarded has been funded by the government, under leadership of both political parties, for decades. Officials said government-sponsored research by universities will be allowed to continue, subject to additional scrutiny.

Poll: Over 75% of College Students Support Abortion in Most or All Cases
More than 75 percent of college students support abortion in most or all cases, according to a recent survey conducted by College Pulse. College Pulse surveyed more than 10,000 American college students who are enrolled in four-year degree programs and found that 60 percent identify as "pro-choice," while 78 percent support abortion in most or all cases. More than one-third of students surveyed, 35 percent, believe the procedure should be legal in "all cases," while 43 percent believe it should be legal in "most" cases.

David Horowitz reveals the left's 'Dark Agenda' to destroy Christianity in America
New York Times best-selling author and conservative activist David Horowitz joined Glenn Beck on Tuesday's show to talk about his new book, "Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America." David reveals how the left is destroying America's heritage and how our country's Judeo-Christian values are under attack by radicals who seek to undermine the religious liberties established by our founding fathers and the Declaration of Independence.

Campus Crusade Against Christianity
A new survey of college students by the liberal-leaning Knight Foundation shows the future of the First Amendment doesn't look so bright in America. It found 41 percent said "hate speech" should not be protected by the Constitution. Only 58 percent thought it should. In fact, a 2017 survey out of UCLA found that out of 1,500 college students who were asked whether "hate speech" is protected by the First Amendment, only 39 percent correctly said yes. On campus today, it can be defined as "unsafe" to hear an opinion you don't like. Unwelcome speech is compared to a physical attack.

ABC's Hostin: I Know Jesus Would Be Attending a Pride Parade
Monday on ABC's "The View," co-host and network legal analyst Sunny Hostin commented on the Roman Catholic bishop of Providence, RI Thomas Tobin tweeting that Catholics should boycott Pride events.

... And I tweeted out that my Catholic children will be attending pride events as this Catholic will. And you know, my faith always taught me what would Jesus do? And I know Jesus would be attending that pride parade, with pride."

Target goes full speed LGBTQ with 'Love my dads' shirts for kiddies
Target, the object of long-running Christian group boycott - because of its opening of bathrooms and dressing rooms to those of both sexes - has now found a new way to bolster its prestige with the LGBTQ movement: The retailer is selling "Love my dads" and "Love my moms" shirts. And donating $100,000 to the Gay, Lesbian Straight Education Network. Gotta get those LGBTQ dollars, right? Let the boycotts begin anew, say members of the American Family Association.

A New Surveillance Tool Is Coming to U.S. Skies
An Arizona company developing a new type of high-altitude, long-range surveillance platform just completed a 16-day mission during which massive balloons floated over four western U.S. states, all part of an effort to someday keep them aloft for months at a time. They will be able to monitor mines, pipelines, transit infrastructure, and perhaps the contents of your fenced-off backyard—in hyper-accurate detail.

Mind-Reading Chip Sends Thoughts To Computer...
Engineers from China Electronics Corporation and Tianjin University have created a chip known as the Brain Talker, with the device said to be capable of reading human brainwave activity and efficiently translating it to enable users to control a computer. The technology, known as a 'brain-computer interface', or BCI, has been theorized for many decades, and has featured prominently in science fiction and techno-thriller books and films such as Neuromancer, Firefox, Ghost in the Shell, and Robocop.

NEVER FORGET D-Day 75th anniversary - World's tribute to immortals who made 'ultimate sacrifice' on beaches of Normandy
God bless the Greatest Generation of men and women who served in the military during this time to suppress and eliminate the threat of evil territorialism from Nazi Germany and Japan. The world can never thank you enough.

Wednesday 05, June 2019

Iran is 'six months away from an atomic bomb'
Olli Heinonen, who headed the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) security team and served as the organizations' deputy director general, on Wednesday morning told Army Radio that Israelis on the whole are not aware of the severity of the Iranian threat.

"Israelis need to be worried, and the Gulf states also have reason for concern," Heinonen said. "How will you be able to ensure your security if Iran achieves nuclear abilities?"

ANALYSIS: Iran's threat to Israel continues to grow
For the third time in one week a confrontation between the pro-Iranian axis and Israel took place in Syria and it looks as though Iran is preparing for the opening of a new front against the Jewish state on the Golan Heights.

After Syrian air defenses tried to down an IAF warplane patrolling the skies in northern Israel at the beginning of last week, two other confrontations took place over the weekend. On Saturday evening two rockets were fired in the direction of the Israeli Golan Heights with one of them reaching Mount Hermon where it exploded without causing damage or casualties.

U.S. says Russian fighter conducted unsafe intercept of Navy surveillance plane
A U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft in international airspace over the Mediterranean Sea was intercepted three times by a Russian jet fighter over three hours on Tuesday, including a high-speed pass that was deemed unsafe and put the plane at risk, the U.S. Sixth Fleet said. "While the Russian aircraft was operating in international airspace, this interaction was irresponsible," the Sixth Fleet said in a statement.

Alien news: Belief in ET will soon replace faith in God - shock claim
More than half of Americans believe in a God, with the figure for those who believe in aliens only slightly lower. One professor, who has authored a new book called American Cosmic, states that a belief in aliens could replace religious beliefs. The book, written by Diana Pasulka, a professor at the University of North Carolina, focuses on why humans chose to believe in the supernatural, and how we use Gods and aliens to explain the unexplainable.

Trump making a huge mistake by leading LGBT parade
Evangelicals have enthusiastically embraced this president for three reasons: his embrace of religious liberty, his defense of the sanctity of human life, and his appointment of federal judges who apply the Constitution instead of rewriting it. But enthusiastically embracing the homosexual agenda - which he just did - is simply a bad move.

U.S. Bishop: God Gave Us Sex For 'Procreation of Children ... This Truth Is Not Homophobia'
In response to vicious attacks by homosexual activists and their supporters against a fellow bishop, Joseph Strickland, head of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, said that preaching the truth of the Gospel is not homophobic, that sexual intimacy is for a married man and woman "for the procreation of children," and that this is "simply reality."

Australian government pays Al Gore $320k to conduct climate training as rare snowfall hits
Taxpayers will fork out more than $320,000 for the Climate Week conference, where form US vice president Al Gore will "communicate the urgency of the climate crisis"."It is not believable," says Alan Jones, "that the Queensland government can be so awash with money as to bring this hypocrite Al Gore to Australia for a conference."When so many important instruments of government are underfunded, when farmers can't feed their cattle in Queensland, and $320,000 goes to waste on this shonk." Fittingly, The Gore effect strikes again. Snow fell in Queensland. (The last time it fell was 2015.)

Monday 03, June 2019

Pope Francis Demands a One World Government
Pope Francis has been successfully executing the Vatican's well-defined strategy to create a one world religion. Now he is using his global influence and power to establish a one world government. During a speech on May 8th before the members of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. Pope Francis demanded that a new "supranational, legal constituted body" enforce climate change policies and other worldwide "threats." He advocated a policy of decreased national sovereignty and increased global unity, claiming that planetary problems are exacerbated by "an excessive demand for sovereignty on the part of States." The pope is trying to convince the world that our only hope for peace, prosperity, and planetary salvation is to surrender our national sovereignty.

Report: Former Obama officials are currently advising Iran on how to counter President Trump
Former officials from the Obama administration are reportedly advising Iran amid escalating tensions with U.S., running an independent foreign policy initiative to counter President Donald Trump.

Ten killed in Israeli attack in Syria following rocket fire
Israel carried out air strikes in Syria on Sunday in response to rare rocket fire from the neighbouring country, its military said, with a war monitor reporting 10 killed including Syrian soldiers and foreign fighters. Israel's army said two rockets were fired from Syria at Mount Hermon in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights late Saturday and one had been "located within Israeli territory."

Arabs riot as Jews are allowed to enter Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day
Following the report that Jews will be allowed to enter the Temple Mount for Jerusalem Day, riots broke out on the Temple Mount on Sunday, according to the Police Spokesperson's Unit. The commander of the Jerusalem district, Maj.-Gen. Doron Yedid, ordered the police to enter the Temple Mount and take care of the rioters.

'Iran transfers $700 million to Hezbollah annually'
"Iran transfers $700 million to Hezbollah per annum. But it does so by various methods, including fraud. In this framework, the Iranian Foreign Ministry transfers over $100 million to terrorist organizations. The money is transferred under diplomatic cover, by seemingly innocent means, to Lebanon and from there to Hezbollah," said Netanyahu at the official Jerusalem Day ceremony at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem.

Pompeo: US Ready to Talk to Iran 'Without Preconditions'
He added, however, that the U.S. "effort to fundamentally reverse the malign activity of this Islamic Republic, this revolutionary force, is going to continue." Speaking during a visit to Switzerland, Pompeo was asked about a comment by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani over the weekend to the effect that the regime was willing to engage with the U.S., but not under threat.

Bubonic plague (aka The Black Death) probably already here, in Los Angeles, says Dr. Drew
The Black Plague. The Black Death. The all-time global pandemic was so devastating, and so frightening, that hundred of years later, even the name still conjures fear and anxiety. The bubonic plague is a metaphor for any global health horror. It is an idiom, a warning, it's a cautionary tale and the story of nature wrath, or God's. And, unfortunately, more important than all those other things, it's back.

Library card gets your child access to more than books
Parents are being warned their children are becoming exposed to more and more LGBT activism in their public libraries. Children are being encouraged to go to private space sessions at their libraries - meaning parents not allowed - where they are indoctrinated to alternative and dangerous lifestyles, including transgenders teaching them in "drag queen story hours." In Delaware County, north of Columbus, Ohio, alarmed parents were able to convince the library to cancel a "Drag 101" session, the latest case of communities pushing back against LGBT activists.

'Progressive' church adds psychic to church staff
Many churches today have staff members beyond just the pastor and music minister but an Atlanta church is making news with a new hire: a self-described psychic medium. Lakara Foster has been brought on to the staff of Vision Church in Atlanta. "My name is Lakara Foster," she says in a promotional video, "and I possess an extraordinary gift."

In particular, that "gift" is talking to the dead. "No spirit with which she communicates is really of God," responds Christian apologist Dr. Alex McFarland. "She's communicating with demons and doesn't know it."

Newest 'grand' solution from Left utterly sickening
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction," said Ronald Reagan. "We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." Are Millennials the lost generation that will extinguish freedom? Read on...

Rejecting the Marxist version of the Constitution

Thursday 30, May 2019

Planned Parenthood Lies as Seen on the Daily Show...

US national security adviser: Iran seeking nuclear arms
US President Donald Trump's national security adviser said Wednesday there was "no reason" for Iran to back out of its nuclear deal with world powers other than to seek atomic weapons, a year after the US president unilaterally withdrew America from the accord.

Speaking in Abu Dhabi, the Emirati capital, John Bolton said that without more nuclear power plants, it made no sense for Iran to stockpile more low-enriched uranium as it now plans to do. But the US also earlier cut off Iran's ability to sell its uranium to Russia in exchange for unprocessed yellow-cake uranium.

Kushner meets Jordan king in push for US peace plan
US President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner met Jordan's king on Wednesday during the second leg of a mini-tour of the region to seek support for his Middle East peace plan, the royal palace said. The White House is expected to unveil the long-awaited plan possibly as early as next month.

Netanyahu's future in turmoil...
Benjamin Netanyahu's victory celebrations turned out to be premature. The Israeli prime minister sailed past a tangle of corruption scandals to win a fifth term in a closely-fought election on April 9, with his usual band of nationalist and religious allies all saying they wanted him to form the next government.

Why Israel will hold a second national election in 2019
Israel held a national election seven weeks ago. It will hold another one in September. If that sounds weird to you, you're right: Israel has a famously raucous political system, but it's never held national elections twice in one year. Until now.

Chinese Video Urges War With U.S.
China's Communist Party-controlled media stepped up a war of words with the United States recently urging an escalation of the ongoing trade dispute into a full-scale conflict. "China must be prepared to fight a protracted war," states a four-minute, anti-American video posted five days ago on a Chinese video-sharing service.

Army's 'Google Earth On Steroids' Can Look Inside Buildings
Just imagine how the Antichrist will use this technology against those left behind after The Rapture...

Target stores donating $100,000 to promote gay lifestyle to school children
Target department stores are not only offering clothing and accessories celebrating the gay lifestyle to adults and children, but the company has also pledged to donate to a nonprofit that trains students and teachers in LGBT politics and advocacy.

On Target's official website, it has several pages dedicated to merchandise that features the rainbow gay pride flag as well as messages intended to instill pride in the LGBT lifestyle. In addition, Target proclaims that it is donating $100,000 to GLSEN, an organization founded in 1990 that claims to be "the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for LGBTQ students."

Netflix will work with ACLU to 'fight' Georgia's pro-life law
Netflix Inc said on Tuesday it would "rethink" its film and television production investment in Georgia if a new law severely restricting abortion in the state is implemented, but the streaming service will continue to work there for now. Netflix, which films TV shows like crime drama "Ozark" and supernatural thriller "Stranger Things" in the U.S. state, said it would work with groups fighting the Georgia law through the U.S. courts.

Wednesday 29, May 2019

Abbas: US peace plan 'will go to hell'
Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas said on Monday at a ceremony in Ramallah that the Trump administration's Israeli-Palestinian Arab peace plan "will go to hell." According to a report in Axios, Abbas said that whoever wants to solve the Palestinian issue needs to start with solving the political aspect of it, "and not try to sell illusions of billions of dollars".

Shocking Replacement Theology Altar Call - "Repent For Standing With Israel"
Jesus is my All in All. He is my Lord, my God, my Savior, my Redeemer, my King. He is my Life. Outside of Him, I have nothing. Outside of Him, I am nothing. Jesus is also the Messiah of Israel, and as Israel's Messiah, He confirms -- not cancels -- the Father's promises to the patriarchs.

How could it be otherwise? How could it be that Israel's Redeemer would cancel the promises God gave to Israel? How could it be that the long-awaited Messiah would nullify the oath God swore to the patriarchs?

Yet this is what is being taught aggressively by an evangelical news network, a network that is spreading lies, misinformation, and exaggeration about Israel and the Jewish people on a regular basis.

China deploys Confucius in bid to boost religion controls
China has begun five-day Confucian culture immersion courses for religious leaders in the sage's hometown as part of a campaign to extend government control over faith communities through a process of sinicization. The ruling Communist Party's United Work Front Department said in a news release issued Monday that the activity was designed to ensure the primacy of traditional Chinese values above all.

Coalition or New Vote? Israel in Nail-Biter as Deadline Looms
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition-building crisis intensified hours before a midnight deadline, with the country's month-old parliament launching a debate on dissolving itself and calling new elections.

Rep. Hurd: We're Not Prepared to Deal With Deep Fake Technology

Bilderberg 2019: The Future of Capitalism and Weaponization of Social Media
A highly secretive affair without a fixed agenda, the Bilderberg Meeting is regular fodder for conspiracy theorists who believe its participants act as a secret world government. Topics up for discussion this year include climate change and sustainability, Brexit, China, Russia, the future of capitalism and the weaponization of social media.

School district accused of kowtowing to CAIR
A public school district stands accused of instructing principals and school teachers not only to accommodate the religious holidays of Muslim students but also to participate in them. A letter to the Dieringer School District in Washington state, reportedly sent by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, asks for two Muslim holy days to be added to the school calendar, and also requests for teachers not to schedule student assignments on those days and to allow fasting students to spend their lunch period in the school library.

500 Tornadoes Reported in U.S. in the Last 30 Days
In the last week alone, the authorities have linked tornadoes to at least seven deaths and scores of injuries. Federal government weather forecasters logged preliminary reports of more than 500 tornadoes in a 30-day period - a rare figure, if the reports are ultimately verified - after the start of the year proved mercifully quiet.

Tuesday 28, May 2019

Iraqi leaders warn of war as Iranian Foreign Minister visits
Iraqi leaders on Sunday warned of the risks of war during a visit by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, AFP reported. Zarif's visit to neighboring Iraq follows a decision by the US to deploy 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East, leading to increased tensions between Washington and Tehran. "We are currently repelling all the efforts of war against Iran, whether economic or military," Zarif said at a joint news conference with his Iraqi counterpart Mohammed Ali al-Hakim. "We will face them with strength and we will resist," he added.

Netanyahu struggles to form government amid talk of new election
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu embarked on Sunday on what he termed a "final effort" to break a deadlock on forming a governing coalition ahead of a Wednesday deadline for a deal. In power for the past decade, Netanyahu has unexpectedly struggled to seal an agreement with a clutch of right-wing, far-right and ultra-Orthodox Jewish parties that would align with his Likud party and ensure him a fifth term following Israel's April 9 election.

European Elections Deepen Divisions in National Capitals
The outcome of the weekend's European Union elections threatened a fresh period of political instability in the bloc, with results in many countries signaling disillusionment and polarization among voters. Britons delivered stunning blows to the U.K.'s two main political parties, coalition governments in Italy and Germany faced deepening strains and other countries called early elections.

Europe in Turmoil over Elections
France's pro-EU president and the leader of Italy's euroskeptic, far-right movement jockeyed for the role of chief powerbroker on the continent Monday after elections to the European Parliament hollowed out the traditional political middle. The four days of balloting that drew to a close Sunday across the European Union's 28 countries ended the domination of the main center-right and center-left parties in Parliament and established the anti-EU forces on the right and the environmentalists on the left as forces to be reckoned with.

Pope Francis sounds racism alarm as EU nationalists win big
Pope Francis warned on Monday (May 27) against a rise of intolerance and racism as far-right nationalists and eurosceptic parties made historic gains in European elections. "The signs of meanness we see around us heighten our fear of 'the other', the unknown, the marginalized, the foreigner," he said in a message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. "It is not just about them, but about all of us, and about the present and future of the human family.

Jews warned against wearing kippah in Germany
Germany's government commissioner on anti-Semitism has warned Jews about the potential dangers of wearing the traditional kippah cap in the face of rising anti-Jewish attacks. "I cannot advise Jews to wear the Kippah everywhere all the time in Germany," Felix Klein said in an interview published Saturday by the Funke regional press group.

World Health Organization removes transgender from list of mental disorders, but adds "gaming disorder" and"burnout"
The World Health Organization (WHO) has made history and removed transgender from its list of 'mental disorders'.

PRO-LIFE WIN: Another State Passes Major Abortion Ban
On Friday, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, a Republican, signed into law one of the most pro-life laws in the nation, outlawing abortion at eight weeks, save an exception for the life or risk of major physical harm to the mother. The legislation does not include an exception for rape or incest, and sex, ability, and race-selective abortions are also banned outright.

Left-wing pastor denounces 'straight white men' during Christian college commencement prayer, and gets cheers from crowd
A left-wing pastor from a progressive church denounced "straight white men" in his commencement benediction last weekend at Baylor University, a private Christian college in Waco, Texas. Dan Freemyer - pastor of missional engagement at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, which calls itself "fully affirming of women in lay and professional ministry roles and fully inclusive of LGBTQ+ persons" - got in a mention of the graduates' "privileges" during his prayer Saturday morning along with an environmental appeal before turning his attention to skin color.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D): 'Our Lives Depend On' Protecting Abortion Rights
Anyone see the irony in that statement?

'Big 3'networks reports expose their pro-abortion bias...
The abortion debate is heating up across the U.S. as states pass laws that protect life from its very beginnings. But news outlets weren't keen to report on the topic when liberal governors were advocating for laws permitting infanticide. Unborn children right up till the moment of birth. But Bill D'Agostino of Media Research Center says the Big Three broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) literally ignored the bill's passage - and it wasn't just broadcasters, he recalls.

Pope Francis: Abortion Never Acceptable, Like 'Hiring A Hitman'
Once again, Pope Francis reiterated the Catholic Church's long-held stance on abortion being a gravely evil act that can be performed under no circumstances.

Navy Pilots Report Unexplained Flying Objects...
The strange objects, one of them like a spinning top moving against the wind, appeared almost daily from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, high in the skies over the East coast. Navy pilots reported to their superiors that the objects had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes but that they could reach 30,000 feet and hyper-sonic speeds.

Cops using 'Minority Report' predictive policing could see INNOCENT citizens framed
The Sci-Fi movie Minority Report was set in a world in which police arrested people for crimes that were only predicted and not committed. But now real life is emulating fiction, according to campaign group Liberty. A report by Liberty called "Policing by Machine" reveals the widespread use of biased "predictive policing" that they claim threatens everyone's rights and freedoms.

Forming romantic and sexual relationships with robots 'will be widespread by 2050'

Gillette Gets 'Woker': Celebrates Dad Teaching Transgender 'Son' to Shave
Gillette's latest advertisement sympathetically shows a woman "transitioning" to be a man with the help of male shaving products. The risky advert echoes the feminist campaign to blur the biological differences between men and women by suggesting that women can become men with the help of some Gillette shaving products.

Friday 24, May 2019

Target stores donate $100K to LGBT nonprofit that promotes 'inclusive' K-12 schools
Target department stores are not only offering clothing and accessories celebrating the gay lifestyle to adults and children, but the company has also pledged to donate to a nonprofit that trains students and teachers in LGBT politics and advocacy. On Target's official website, it has several pages dedicated to merchandise that features the rainbow gay pride flag as well as messages intended to instill pride in the LGBT lifestyle. In addition, Target proclaims that it is donating $100,000 to GLSEN, an organization founded in 1990 that claims to be "the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for LGBTQ students."

National Public Radio doesn't want to call a baby a baby
It's easier to kill a baby, when you don't call it a baby. Evil.

Democrats 'declare war' over state restrictions on killing human babies
Democrats declared "war" Thursday against Republican-led states approving new abortion restrictions, and announced legislation to codify abortion rights in federal law. The legislation is unlikely to advance far in Congress, but it creates a flash point for lawmakers looking to push back against Alabama, Georgia, Missouri and other states that either have passed or are eyeing new limits on when an abortion can be obtained.

Colorado taunts Utah over murder of unborn
A billboard that "welcomes" people to Colorado may make visitors think about turning around. The I-70 billboard states, "Welcome to Colorado, where you can get a safe, legal abortion." It's no coincidence that eastbound traffic from neighbor Utah will see the billboard.

TX bill stops funds from flowing to abortion providers
Texas lawmakers continue to work to eliminate taxpayers' funds from flowing to abortion providers. The state legislature is expected to place the No Taxpayer Dollars to Abortion Providers Act on the governor's desk for his signature.

The 'brutal reality' of male homosexual behavior
In an extremely candid interview on a Christian radio network, a former homosexual who was raised by a same-sex couple explained how he was "inducted into the world of gay sex" while a teenager - and why frank talk about homosexual activity is necessary. Tuesday on American Family Radio, Dr. Robert Oscar López - a professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary - said it's necessary to discuss the biological realities of the homosexual lifestyle in order to help people get set free from it.

Ultimatum: No Bible study, or eviction, you choose
A senior living community in Virginia is being sued after telling an elderly couple they have to make a choice: either move out – or stop hosting a Bible study in their apartment.

Thursday 23, May 2019

Trump's Deal of the Century might look like this...
President Trump has teased forward his impending 'Deal of the Century' peace plan for Israel. Hope wanes eternal. But what might his historic peace plan actually entail? First, there is one major element that it likely will not include: A two-state solution.

Khamenei predicts demise of Israel and the US
Iran's youth will witness the demise of Israel and American civilization, the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday, according to Reuters. "You young people should be assured that you will witness the demise of the enemies of humanity, meaning the degenerate American civilization, and the demise of Israel," Khamenei was quoted as having said in a meeting with students.

Report: US considering sending 5,000 troops to Middle East
The US Department of Defense is considering a US military request to send about 5,000 additional troops to the Middle East amid increasing tensions with Iran, two US officials told Reuters on Wednesday. The officials, who spoke condition of anonymity, said the request had been made by US Central Command but added that it was not clear whether the Pentagon would approve the request.

Faced with relentless American pressure, Iran starts to hit back
Iran has made a dramatic shift in how it confronts the United States, abandoning a policy of restraint in recent weeks for a series of offensive actions aimed at pushing the White House to rethink its efforts at isolating Tehran, say diplomats and analysts.

Prophecy Panel with Bill Salus, Billy Crone, Chris Twinn & Joshua Pellowe...


'Unplanned' film banned in Canada for its life-affirming content
Distribution companies are effectively banning the film Unplanned from screening in Canadian cinemas, according to the producers of the pro-life biopic.

EITHER IT'S A BABY OR IT'S NOT. IT'S EITHER MURDER OR IT'S NOT. MURDER IS EVIL AND MURDERING UNBORN BABIES IS EVIL DIRECTLY INSPIRED AND SUPPORTED BY SATAN. IT SHOULDN'T BE A LEFT VS. RIGHT DEBATE. IT IS A GOOD VS. EVIL DEBATE!

Journalists Charged With 15 Felonies For Undercover Videos Exposing Planned Parenthood Take Hit In Court
Journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, who exposed suspect dealings at taxpayer-funded abortion mill Planned Parenthood via undercover videos, were denied a request to halt criminal prosecution, a press release from The Thomas More Society said on Friday.

Ilhan Omar Trashes America: 'Ignorance Is Really Pervasive In Many Parts Of This Country'
If you are at AreWeLivingInTheLastDays.com web site, and you are, Omar is definitely talking about us.

Al Jazeera Gets Twitter to Silence Critics
Twitter agreed to a request by Al Jazeera's Arabic-language network to censor English translations of a video that questioned the reality of the Holocaust and charged Jews exploited it "for their agenda."

Wednesday 22, May 2019

Bill Salus: Does the False Covenant End the Arab-Israeli Conflict?
Many of today's Bible prophecy experts teach that the false covenant of Daniel 9:27 and Isaiah 28:15, 18 ends the Arab-Israeli conflict. Or, they sometimes refer to it as resolving the Palestinian-Israeli problem. Some of them don't actually state this directly, but they infer this indirectly when they say that the false covenant creates the peaceful people of Israel that dwell securely without walls, bars nor gates in Ezekiel 38. This article presents the potential pitfalls of this theory.

Bill Salus: Revealing the Temple Clues Within the False Covenant
Whereas there is no biblical basis to connect the false covenant with the resolution of that conflict, there is scriptural support to correlate the false covenant with the rebuilding of the third Jewish Temple. These clues are deposited in Isaiah 28:16-17, Revelation 11:1-3 and Daniel 9:27 and explained below. This article explores and explains these three clues about the coming Jewish Temple.

Iran to boost uranium enrichment fourfold after attacking Gulf oil infrastructure
Iran has stocked no more than 15-16 kg of low-grade, 3.67pc enriched uranium, according to DEBKAfile's intelligence sources. This is far below the 300kg cap set by the JCPOA - the nuclear accord Iran signed with six world powers in 2015. It would take Iran's enrichment plants months to reach that maximum amount, and only then if advanced centrifuges were put to work, in direct violation of that accord.

Christianity is dying in Germany while Islam rises
In 2001, then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger told Peter Sewald: "The church will be reduced numerically. In a city like Magdeburg the percentage of Christians is only 8 percent of the total population, including - mind you - all Christian denominations. The statistical data show irrefutable tendencies".

Bill protecting religious freedom nearing law in Texas

Ted Cruz Launches Investigation into Yale Law School's Treatment of Christian Students, Organizations
On Tuesday, Republican Texas Senator Ted Cruz announced that he is looking into potential "unconstitutional animus" and discrimination by Yale Law School against Christian students and organizations.

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D) brags to protesters that she rallied school girls in support of abortion

Google Engineer Goes Public, Spills Beans on 'Hunt' for Christians
In an open letter distributed Tuesday, a Google software engineer described a company culture of left-wing "outrage mobs" who use the tech giant's anonymous bias-reporting channels to shut down conservative social and political thought. Mike Wacker, writing on Medium, warned that if "left unchecked, these outrage mobs will hunt down any conservative, any Christian, and any independent free thinker at Google who does not bow down to their agenda."

Evil: Vandals Hit Pennsylvania Church with Pro-Abortion Graffiti
A pro-abortion message reading, "You do not have the right to decide how others live, #prochoice" was discovered at the entrance of the Notre Dame de Lourdes Church by one eyewitness on Saturday around 9:00 a.m. local time, according to NBC 10. Another slogan which read "#Pro Choice" was found on the side of the property.

Emanuel Kidega Samson sought to kill 10 white churchgoers, prosecutor says
A prosecutor said Monday that a black man charged with fatally shooting a woman and wounding seven people at a Nashville church aimed to kill at least 10 white churchgoers and cited a 2015 massacre at a black church in South Carolina.

Gene Simmons Describes what America means to him and his Mother...

Report: Happiest Wives Are Religious Conservatives
"Fully 73 percent of wives who hold conservative gender values and attend religious services regularly with their husbands have high-quality marriages," wrote researchers W. Bradford Wilcox, Jason S. Carroll and Laurie DeRose at the New York Times.

Vile Pro-Choice Activists to 'Pro-Life Barbie': 'F*** You and the Rest of You Ignorant B******'
These people have Satan deeply ensconced in their soul.

Tuesday 21, May 2019

Iran Accelerates Production of Enriched Uranium as Tensions Rise
Iran has accelerated the rate at which it's enriching low-grade uranium four-fold, weeks after threatening to gradually scale back its commitments under a 2015 deal meant to prevent it from developing a nuclear bomb. The semi-official Tasnim news agency quoted Behrouz Kamalvandi, an official at Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, as saying that Iran had increased its output of 3.67% enriched uranium as of Monday, and that the United Nations nuclear watchdog had been informed. The number of active centrifuges has not been raised, it added. Crucially, Iran hasn't increased the level to which it is enriching beyond the agreed limit.

Iran's Zarif Hits Back at Trump: 'Never Threaten an Iranian'
Responding to President Trump's weekend Twitter warning directed at the regime in Tehran, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif hit back Monday with a message of his own: "Never Threaten An Iranian." Underlining an often-repeated refrain in recent weeks - that National Security Advisor John Bolton and a trio of Mideast leaders are conniving to push the U.S. into a war with Iran - Zarif drew attention to Persia's long history of outliving aggressors, from Alexander the Great to the Mongolian emperor Genghis Khan.

Rocket attack near US Baghdad embassy had Iran's signature. Trump spurns Saudi bid for US strike on Yemeni Houthis
Both sides said they don't seek war, yet US-Iranian war tensions were notched up again on Sunday, May 19, by a single rocket that missed the US embassy in Baghdad's Green Zone. US President Donald was furious: "If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!" he tweeted.

White House begins roll out of part of Middle East peace plan
The Trump administration is planning to release the economic component of its upcoming Middle East peace plan in late June, senior White House officials said Sunday, according to CNN, adding that it would break up the release of the much-anticipated plan. The first half of the plan, dubbed the "Deal of the Century" by President Trump, will be released at an international summit in Manama, Bahrain on June 25th to 26th. The US is playing down the summit, however, and is calling the event a "workshop".

Vermont on verge of becoming 'abortion haven'
Mary Beerworth of the Vermont Right to Life Committee tells OneNewsNow the legislature has made her state one of the most pro-abortion in the country. "The law codifies in state statute that abortion will be legal without restriction, limit, or regulation in Vermont. It's really that simple," Beerworth explains. "There is not a single regulation or requirement. They do not have to be a physician to perform an abortion. The clinics will have no oversight and no regulation."

Disturbing number of students say hate speech is not free speech, report says
A New York college president even wrote an op-ed titled "A Campus Is Not the Place for Free Speech," in which he explained his opposition to free speech on college campuses. Students' views on the importance of free speech may be declining, but more than half of all states have now passed or introduced campus free speech bills.

Monday 20, May 2019

Top Iranian general tells militias to 'prepare for proxy war'
Top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani has met with Iran-linked Iraqi militias in Baghdad, telling them to "prepare for proxy war," according to a report Thursday, amid rapidly rising tensions between the Washington and Tehran. Soleimani called the militias for a meeting three weeks ago, the UK's Guardian newspaper reported on Thursday. It wasn't immediately clear when the meeting actually took place.

Trump vows to 'end' Iran if it threatens US again
President Trump threatened to destroy Iran in a tweet sent in the wake of reports that a rocket was fired into Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone less than a mile away from the US Embassy. "If Iran wants to fight, that will be the official end of Iran. Never threaten the United States again!," Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon.

Saudis say they will defend themselves, as Trump warns Iran
Saudi Arabia does not want war but will not hesitate to defend itself against Iran, a top Saudi diplomat said Sunday after the kingdom's energy sector was targeted this past week amid heightened tensions in the Persian Gulf. U.S. President Donald Trump, meanwhile, warned Iran that it will face destruction if it seeks a fight, while Iranian officials said their country isn't looking for war. Trump spoke after a rocket hit near the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

PA official: US preparing to approve Israel's 'colonialism'
Riyad al-Maliki, the Palestinian Authority (PA) official in charge of foreign affairs, on Friday described the US "Deal of the Century" as a "consecration" of the century-long Palestinian suffering of no independence, no sovereignty and no freedom.

The US deal of the century is the consecration of our century old ordeal: no independence, no sovereignty, no freedom, no justice. And if they do not think that this situation will have an impact on the future of Israel and the region, one way or the other, they are the ones that are delusional, not us," Maliki said in a speech at the London-based Chatham House think-tank, as quoted by the Wafa news agency.

Missouri's GOP-led Legislature passes 8-week abortion ban
Missouri's Republican-led House on Friday passed sweeping legislation designed to survive court challenges, which would ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy. If enacted, the ban would be among the most restrictive in the U.S. It includes exceptions for medical emergencies, but not for pregnancies caused by rape or incest. Doctors would face five to 15 years in prison for violating the eight-week cutoff. Women who receive abortions wouldn't be prosecuted.

House Democrats approve homosexual rights bill
Democrats in the House approved sweeping homosexual rights legislation Friday. The protections would extend to employment, housing, loan applications, education, public accommodations and other areas. Called the Equality Act, the bill is a top priority of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The vote was 236-173.

CA parents not surrendering kids to sick sex-ed
Informed Parents of California has announced parents are keeping their children home as part of a sit-out day planned for today, May 17. Their target is the California Healthy Youth Act and in particular the graphic public school lessons that have been likened to child pornography.

Rev. Graham: PBS Pushes 'LGBTQ Agenda' in 'Arthur' Cartoon, Our Taxes Fund It
Reverend Franklin Graham denounced a recent episode of the PBS cartoon "Arthur," which showed two male characters getting married and Arthur and other characters applauding this blatant promotion of male sodomy. PBS is undeniably pushing the LGBTQ agenda, said Rev. Graham, and U.S. taxpayers are funding it.

Global Warning Alert: Yosemite looks like a snow globe, and summer is just around the corner
At a time when Yosemite National Park is typically preparing for the summer season, the mountains and granite monoliths surrounding the majestic valley are coated in fresh white powder. If you were standing atop Half Dome today, you might feel as if you were in the center of a snow globe. The winter-like conditions arrived when a moisture-rich storm swept the Sierra on Wednesday through early Friday morning, blasting higher elevations with powder. There's more snow expected Saturday through Monday.

Friday 17, May 2019

Minister to Trump: 'Deal of the Century - or Deal of Eternity'
Ahead of the expected release of the Trump administration's "Deal of the Century" aimed at achieving peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, Rev. Anthony Abma, who heads the Christians in Support of Jewish Sovereignty group, penned a letter to Trump, urging him to "respect and honor the 'Deal of Eternity' made thousands of years ago" between God and the nation of Israel, and not to"force a compromise upon Israel that in any way invalidates the terms of that original 'deal' made by the God of Creation."

Iranian firewall set for US cyberattack - payback for Tehran's strikes on Gulf oil
The successful testing of a firewall for protecting Iran's "industrial facilities" against cyber-attack was suddenly revealed by Iran's Telecommunications Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi on Thursday, May 16. This post on the minister's Instagram page indicated that his government is bracing for an American cyber-attack in response for Tehran's strikes against Gulf oil infrastructure this week.

Will Hamas' new weapon beat Israel's Iron Dome?
The Hamas terror organization developed a drone which can carry a rocket loaded with anti-tank explosives, Yediot Aharonot reported. According to the Friday report, during the recent round of rocket fire Hamas attempted to destroy a manned military vehicle using a rocket launched by a drone. The rocket carried explosives which are believed to destroy various types of Israeli armor.

Saudi paper urges US 'surgical strikes' on Iran
A state-aligned Saudi newspaper is calling for "surgical" U.S. strikes in retaliation against alleged threats from Iran. The Arab News published an editorial in English on Thursday, arguing that after incidents this week against Saudi energy targets, the next logical step "should be surgical strikes."

Evil: Kirsten Gillibrand attempts to use Christianity to justify abortion
New York Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, a candidate for her party's 2020 presidential nomination, attempted to appeal to Christian faith in order to justify opposition to pro-life laws during a press conference in Georgia on Thursday, according to CBS News

VP Pence blasts liberal states for 'extreme pro-abortion'...

Thursday 16, May 2019

Rev. Franklin Graham on why Dem Party 'turned its back on God'
With the 2020 election just around the corner, Rev. Franklin Graham asked and answered his own question Tuesday regarding the anti-Christian policies being pushed by every Democratic presidential candidate.
Bottom line - people hate feeling guilty for their sins - and they want to still consider themselves as "good" people when doing the opposite of what God calls for in the Bible, and Graham indicates that by omitting God from politics, Democratic candidates can sell their agendas because sin without guilt sells.

The Golan is next after Iran hit 3 Gulf oil targets, say Rev Guards associates
Two staffers on Iranian Revolutionary Guards publications reported on Tuesday, May 14 that the Israeli Golan is Tehran's next target after its attacks on UAE and Saudi oil infrastructure. Hamed Rahim-Pour, international editor of the Khorasan daily and Amin Arabshahi, a senior reporter for the IRGC's Tasnim news agency, wrote this on Tuesday: "All our options are on the table; the [Saudi] port of Yanbu [on the Red Sea] and also the [UAE] port of Fujairah [in the Bay of Oman] were attacked. [These] two ports are meant [to supply oil] to replace Iranian oil! They received such a blow that they didn't see where it came from."

Iran-backed militias move rockets in range of U.S. troops: Report
The current ramping up of U.S. military posturing against Iran was triggered by U.S. intelligence that showed Tehran-backed militias in Iraq moving rockets to locations that could hit bases where American troops are positioned in the nation, according to sources familiar with the intelligence.

Photo of 'Christ' coming in the Clouds Goes Viral
Millions of Christians know what the Bible says about the return of Jesus. "And then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and glory." (Mark 13:26)
And now, some people think they may be seeing a preview of the majestic return of God to Earth. A photograph of sunlight bursting through the clouds in skies over Italy has many people saying it resembles Jesus being crucified.

Missouri Senate passes bill to ban abortions at 8 weeks
Missouri's Republican-led Senate has now passed a bill to ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy. Senators approved the legislation 24-10 early Thursday with just hours left before a Friday deadline to pass bills. It needs at least one more vote of approval in the GOP-led House before it can go to Republican Gov. Mike Parson, who voiced support for it on Wednesday.

Louisiana 'heartbeat' abortion ban nearing final passage
A proposal to ban abortions in Louisiana as early as the sixth week of pregnancy continued to speed through the state legislature Wednesday, the same day Alabama's governor signed the nation's most restrictive law against the procedure.

Legal battle heats up as more states test strict abortion bans
Advocates are preparing for a legal battle after Alabama passed the strictest abortion bill in the country late Tuesday, part of a growing national push by abortion opponents to test whether the courts will curb constitutional protections for the procedure.

Stop the ill-named 'Equality Act'
Make no mistake: If the Equality Act (H.R.5) passes, standing for traditional sexual morality would essentially be outlawed. And it's so bad for women that radical feminists are now joining with conservative Christian women to fight it.

Agenda-driven cookie ad labeled 'bizarre' and stomach-turning
n observance of Mother's Day, Chips Ahoy! tweeted "#HappyMothersDay to your moms, your drag moms and everyone else who celebrates you being YOU." Included with that tweet was a video of a man in drag. His name is Jose Cancel, but he goes by the name of "Vanessa Vanjie."

Converse Sneakers Partners with 11 Year Old Drag Queen
The Converse shoe company is facing a backlash for partnering with an 11-year-old drag queen, reports the Gateway Pundit. In a tweet, Converse said it is "partnering with 6 individuals connected to the LGBTQ+ community who show the power of expressing one's true self." One of the six is Desmond Napoles, whom the Converse website describes him as a "drag kid/LGBTQ+ advocate."

Wednesday 15, May 2019

The Golan is next after Iran hit 3 Gulf oil targets, say Rev Guards associates
Two staffers on Iranian Revolutionary Guards publications reported on Tuesday, May 14 that the Israeli Golan is Tehran's next target after its attacks on UAE and Saudi oil infrastructure. Hamed Rahim-Pour, international editor of the Khorasan daily and Amin Arabshahi, a senior reporter for the IRGC's Tasnim news agency, wrote this on Tuesday: "All our options are on the table; the [Saudi] port of Yanbu [on the Red Sea] and also the [UAE] port of Fujairah [in the Bay of Oman] were attacked. [These] two ports are meant [to supply oil] to replace Iranian oil! They received such a blow that they didn't see where it came from."

John Bolton beats war drums in US-Iran standoff
War drums are beating louder in Washington's long-festering standoff with Iran and National Security Advisor John Bolton, a veteran champion of regime change, is the bandmaster. With his bushy mustache and beloved yellow legal pad, Bolton cuts a colorful figure at the White House.

God Bless Alabama: Alabama abortion ban: Nation's strictest abortion bill passes; no rape, incest exceptions
After several hours of contentious debate, the Alabama Senate on Tuesday night voted 25-6 to pass what many say will be the strictest abortion ban in the nation. The bill makes abortion a felony in Alabama. A similar measure already passed the Republican-controlled House but controversy erupted last week in the Senate after an attempt to add amendments that would allow exceptions for victims of rape or incest. Another attempt to add rape and incest exceptions on Tuesday also failed and led to a filibuster attempt. Proponents of the measure pushed for a "clean bill" without amendments in order to clear the way to a legal fight in the U.S. Supreme Court and a review of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that legalized abortion. The bill now goes to Gov. Kay Ivey, who will decide whether to sign it into law.

James Dobson Praying that Georgia Bill will Overturn Roe v. Wade
The 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision created a right to abortion, a precedent allowing business operations through which Planned Parenthood gets tens of millions of taxpayer dollars each year. Georgia's legislature recently adopted a "heartbeat" bill disallowing abortion after an unborn infant's heartbeat is detected, making it the sixth state, the fourth just this year, to set that standard. At least half a dozen other states are working on similar laws.

Girl "Doesn't Want to Create any More White People"
Twitter users are celebrating a girl who has vowed never to have babies because "she doesn't want to create any more white people." One Twitter user wrote, "She deserves a trophy." Another said she's "doing the Lord's work."

PBS Cartoon 'Arthur' Features Gay, Interspecies Wedding
The season premiere of children's cartoon Arthur featured a wedding between a male rat and a male aardvark. The animated show, which airs on PBS in the United States, as well as other taxpayer-funded broadcast networks worldwide, kicked off its 22nd season with a gay interspecies union between Mr. Ratburn, a regular character, and his partner, Patrick.