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Thursday 17, October 2019

Iran threatens to limit inspectors' access to nuclear sites
Iran will further reduce its commitment to the nuclear deal signed with world powers by limiting international inspectors' access to its nuclear sites, senior Iranian MPs said on Wednesday, according to The Guardian.

Despite Erdogan's bravado, his Syrian offensive is squeezed in a US-Russian hug
US-Russian coordination for holding back Turkey's operation against Syria's Kurds goes forward smoothly amid a flurry of talks. On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the US secretary of state held talks with his Russian counterpart, as did the two defense chiefs. That night, Turkish President Recep Erdogan held phone conversations with both US President Donald Trump and Russia's Vladimir Putin.

Democrat debate punctuated with atheist ad mocking burning in hell
n between the first and second hour of the Democratic Party's presidential debate in Ohio was a brief commercial from the Freedom From Religion Foundation calling for watchers to remember that secularism was a founding father plan for America's government from the get-go and that those who say differently are, well - uninformed.

Still: Can you think of any ad more suitable for showing at a Democratic Party event than one from an atheist-linked organization? In 2012, the party faced concerted push-back for dropping "God" from its platform - so concerted, in fact, the powers-who-be quickly reversed.

Schools pushing the envelope on Islamic proselytization
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review the case of a high school student in Maryland who, despite threats of receiving a failing grade, refused to deny her faith by making a written profession of the Muslim conversion prayer. Caleigh Wood, a Christian 11th-grade public school student in Maryland, was also forced to view a series of PowerPoint slides that stated, among other things, most Muslims' faith is stronger than that of the average Christian.

California enacts most radical gun seizure, gun control law yet and even the ACLU is speaking out
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed more than a dozen firearm-related bills into law Friday, including one that expands the state's existing red flag law. One law allows Californians to purchase just one long gun per month starting in July 2021. Another mandates that ammunition dealers at firearm shows follow the same regulations as licensed firearm dealers. But one law in particular is being hailed as one of the most strict gun seizure laws in the nation.

Amazon Moves into the Business of Elections - What could go wrong?
Amazon is reportedly making an aggressive push into the business side of state and local elections. Since the 2016 election, more than 40 states are using one or more of Amazon's services for elections.

Police charge 13-year-old girl with felony for making 'finger gun' at school
No actual weapon [was] found...it was a finger pointed like a gun," Shawnee Mission School District spokesperson David Smith told WDAF. However, that did not stop the school resource officer, employed by the Overland Park Police Department, from arresting the child and the Johnson County district attorney from filing felony charges against her.

Tuesday 15, October 2019

US said considering plan to remove nukes from Turkish base near Syrian border
US officials met in recent days to review plans to remove some 50 nuclear weapons housed under American control at the Incirlik Air Base in Turkey amid growing tensions with Ankara, the New York Times reported Monday. US President Donald Trump said Monday he would issue new sanctions against Turkey, halting trade negotiations and raising steel tariffs, in an effort to pressure Ankara to stop its ongoing offensive attack in Syria against Kurdish forces.

Russian warning pauses Turkish Syria operation. US pullback from E. Syria, too, opens door to Iran
The Syrian army's arrival at embattled Kurdish towns in the north east, backed by Russian threats, seemingly halted the Turkish army's advance. On Tuesday, Oct. 15, only minor isolated incidents were visible. Although Turkish President Recep Erdogan boasted on Monday, Day 6, "We will not back down," he also said, "We are coordinating with the Russians," and praised their "positive approach."

Readers Beware: AI Has Learned to Create Fake News Stories
Real-sounding but made-up news articles have become much easier to produce thanks to a handful of new tools powered by artificial intelligence - raising concerns about potential misuse of the technology. What deepfakes did for video-producing clips of famous people appearing to say and do things they never said or did—these tools could do for news, tricking people into thinking the earth is flat, global warming is a hoax or a political candidate committed a crime when he or she didn't. While false articles are nothing new, these AI tools allow them to be generated in seconds by computer.

Deepfake videos 'will cause worldwide chaos and pull society apart' expert warns
EU tech policy analyst at the Centre for Data Innovation Eline Cheviot warned that there is a growing imbalance between technologies for detecting and producing deepfakes and that this means there is a lack of tools needed to efficiently tackle the problem. And she warned humans are no longer able to spot the difference between deepfakes and the real thing, and so are unable to stop weaponised fake news from spreading.

Bill Barr: 'In the Framers' View, Free Government Was Only Suitable and Sustainable for a Religious People'
Attorney General Bill Barr spoke at the University of Notre Dame Law School on Friday, saying that the Framers of the U.S. Constitution believed that a "free government was only suitable and sustainable for a religious people." "In a free republic, those restraints could not be handed down from above by philosopher kings," Barr said. "Instead, social order must flow up from the people themselves, freely obeying the dictates of inwardly possessed and commonly shared moral values.

Collective shrugs over 'drag queen story hour' demonstrate our decay
Not long ago, a sexually confused man in women's clothing peddling homosexual propaganda to small children would have prompted calls to the police. Sometimes, a detached, calm response conveys more than intended.

The far-left American Library Association last year sponsored a workshop for librarians on how to stage them. This is called aiding and abetting. Not long ago, a sexually confused man in women's clothing peddling homosexual propaganda to small children would have prompted calls to the police. Drag queen at NY library 2Instead, it's cool to be neutral or even applaud. You've heard of virtue signaling? This is it in spades. The question is, where's the outrage?

'Inclusive' doll aims to desensitize children
A well-known toy company is drawing criticism for its new gender-inclusive doll line. The new Creatable World doll line is now available online through Wal-Mart, Target, and Amazon. Monica Cole, director of OneMillionMoms.com, says this move by Mattel is irresponsible and dangerous to the wellbeing of children.

Monday 14, October 2019

Task of stopping Turkey passes from Trump to Putin. Syrian army defends threatened Kurdish towns
President Donald Trump's decision to pull US troops back from the Turkish-Kurdish confrontation on Sunday, Oct.13 produced a lightning realignment of big power strength on the battlefield of NE Syria: the task of protecting the Kurds from the excesses of the Turkish operation passed to Vladimir Putin and the Syrian army. By Monday, Syrian government forces had reached the Kurdish-held towns of Kobani, Manbij and Raqqa as Turkish troops were poised to move in against the first two. According to some reports, the Syrian army was already inside those towns, but, say DEBKAfile's military sources, it can't hold out against a Turkish advance without Russian support.

Iran's Khamenei: Prepare against the 'enemies'
Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Sunday urged the country's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) to prepare against the "enemies". The IRGC should continue inventing and building modern and advanced military hardware, Khamenei said, according to the Xinhua news agency.

Chaos in Syria intensifies after US abandons Kurds
Almost a week after US President Donald J. Trump effectively gave green light to Turkey's autocratic leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan to launch a long-anticipated military operation in northern Syria many pundits and experts are still scratching their heads trying to understand the move.

CA gov signs bill forcing public colleges to offer 'medical abortions'
Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) signed Senate Bill 24 requiring all public colleges and universities in California to provide students access to abortion pills that kill preborn babies by medically inducing miscarriages up to the 10th week of pregnancy. "California will become the first state in the nation to require public universities to provide access to abortion pills on campus under a bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday," The Los Angeles Times announced Friday. "Senate Bill 24 by state Sen. Connie Leyva (D-Chino) will go into effect in 2023, with the University of California and California State University systems required to offer students medical abortions."

Dems' dim view of churches comes out of closet
A candidate for president spoke beyond the town hall audience in front of him Thursday night and issued a warning to 400,000 American churches: Democrats want to strip your tax-exempt status. Perhaps hoping to woo the pro-LGBT audience in front of him at the CNN town hall, Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke suggested the federal government should deny tax allowances to a house of worship if it opposes same-sex marriage, a biblical belief that presumably most churches embrace despite the current cultural norms.

Friday 11, October 2019

Iran says oil tanker struck by missiles off Saudi Arabia
Two missiles struck an Iranian tanker traveling through the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia on Friday, Iranian officials said, the latest incident in the region amid months of heightened tensions between Tehran and the U.S. There was no word from Saudi Arabia on the reported attack and Saudi officials did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Oil prices spiked by 2% on the news.

Netanyahu: Israel ponders pre-emptive operation to prevent Iranian cruise missile strike
Israel's quandary over whether to launch a pre-emptive strike to deter Iran from a missile assault, like its attack on Saudi Arabia, was revealed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday, Oct. 10, at a memorial ceremony for the fallen in the 1973 Yom Kippur war. The pre-emptive option is very rarely mentioned publicly by the prime minister, who also serves as defense minister. This time, it indicated that Israel may decide not to wait for an attack before initiating a preventive strike against missile bases in Iran, where preparations are going forward to launch those weapons against Israel.

Israel rips Turkish invasion of Syria, warns of ethnic cleansing
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu condemned Turkey's invasion of northern Syria, warning Thursday against the ethnic cleansing of Syrian Kurds by Turkish forces. "Israel strongly condemns the Turkish invasion of the Kurdish areas in Syria and warns against the ethnic cleansing of the Kurds by Turkey and its proxies," said Netanyahu in a statement.

Scalfari: Pope Francis Told Me That Jesus Incarnate Was a 'Man ... Not at All a God'
In the latest edition of La Repubblica, Pope Francis' longtime atheist friend and interviewer, Eugenio Scalfari, claims that the Pope told him that once Jesus Christ became incarnate, he was a man, a "man of exceptional virtues" but "not at all a God."

As the Catechism of the Catholic Church states, "The unique and altogether singular event of the Incarnation of the Son of God does not mean that Jesus Christ is part God and part man, nor does it imply that he is the result of a confused mixture of the divine and the human. He became truly man while remaining truly God. Jesus Christ is true God and true man. During the first centuries, the Church had to defend and clarify this truth of faith against the heresies that falsified it. (464)"

Beto O'Rourke promises to strip churches of tax-exempt status if they don't support gay marriage
Long-shot Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke made an admission during a CNN town hall event on LGBTQ policies that is sure to be featured on many Republican political ads. O'Rourke affirmed that he would strip churches and other organizations of their tax-exempt status if they refused to support the LGBT cause by opposing same sex marriage.

Inside The Satanic Temple's Salem headquarters
The Satanic Temple that has made headlines nationwide for its highly confrontational political displays calls Salem home. The Track went behind the scenes to get a glimpse at the group's local headquarters and see what life's like for the Satanists next door.

University Bans White Students From Attending Anti-Racism Meeting
The University of Sheffield Student's Union in the UK has banned white people from attending a meeting about anti-racism. Yes, really.
The SU announced that it would hold focus groups on "how we can create an anti-racist Students' Union" as part of an effort to shift from a "non-racist to an actively anti-racist" stance. However, no white people are allowed to take part.

Thursday 10, October 2019

Netanyahu: Israel must be ready to act alone
Prime Minister and Defense Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke this morning at the memorial service for the soldiers killed in the Yom Kippur War, at the Herzl Memorial Hall in Jerusalem, and addressed the Iranian security challenge to the State of Israel.

Iran launches surprise drill near Turkey border
Iranian state television says the Islamic Republic has launched a surprise military drill with army special operations forces near the country's border with Turkey. The exercise comes amid Iran's opposition to Turkey's planned invasion of northern Syria against Syrian Kurdish fighters there. The Syrian Kurds were US allies in the war against the Islamic State group.

Turkey launches troop offensive in northeastern Syria
As President Recep Erdogan announced the start of a Turkish operation in northeastern Syria on Wednesday, Oct. 9, the Kurdish-led SDF reported that Turkish warplanes were striking civilian areas. Erdogan stated that he wants to create "a safe haven cleared of Kurdish militias to house a million Syrian refugees."

USS Nimitz UFOs 'were always there' and 'secret spyware upgrade' exposed them
A former US Navy Senior Chief Operations specialist who specialised in radar systems has claimed UFOs may have always been present but only became visible after a "top secret upgrade on spyware". Kevin Day is a Topgun air intercept controller with more than 20 years experience in strike group air defence including war-time operations.

'Hail Satan!': Spitting, twerking, violent pro-abortion mob descends upon pro-life group at college
Things seemed relatively placid when a pro-life group - TFP Student Action - set up a small demonstration with brochures and bagpipes at George Washington University in the nation's capital late last month. Until, "Hail Satan!" one counter-demonstrator yelled, the pro-life group said. A male student offered that "I eat baby lungs for breakfast!" was reported.

Tuesday 08, October 2019

Iran to start using advanced centrifuges 'within weeks'
Iran plans to start using a new array of IR-6 type advanced centrifuges for enriching uranium within weeks, the country's nuclear chief said Monday, according to The Associated Press. Ali Akbar Salehi told Iranian state TV that the array will consist of 30 such centrifuges. Under the terms of its 2015 deal between Iran and world powers, the Islamic Republic had committed to not using the array until late 2023.

Israel's covert war against an Iranian shock attack. Gen. Kochavi prepares IDF counter-offensive
The Yom Kippur Eve message broadcast by IDF Chief Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi held the key to Israel's intention: "We will not let harm come to Israel and if it does, we shall respond with power." This shorthand phrasing meant that if, on the 66th anniversary of the grim 1973 war, Iran's leaders decide on another surprise attack on Israel, like the Sept. 14 cruise missile-drone assault on Saudi oil facilities, this country, unlike the US and Saudis, will hit back at strategic targets on Iranian soil. And if the attacks come from Hizballah in Lebanon or Shiite militias in Iraq, now massively armed by Iran with ballistic missiles and air defense systems, then Israel will direct its counter-offensive at those sources.

Iran is smuggling artillery precision parts to Hizballah by Syrian IL-76s through a Syrian air base
A Syrian IL-76 transport plane from Tehran stood on the tarmac of the Syria T-4 air base on Thursday, Oct. 3. No one approached it until night fell, when it took off for Beirut. There, it was unloaded at top speed by a trained team onto a line of trucks.

Iran and a Dash of Politics: Behind Israel's Scramble to Boost Missile Defenses

Turkey says won't bow to Trump threats over Syria plans, army ready for assault
Turkey will not bow to threats over its Syria plans, the Turkish vice president said Tuesday in an apparent response to President Donald Trump's warning to Ankara the previous day about the scope of its planned military incursion into northeastern Syria.

Google - creator of covert 'god-like' AI tool...
On Friday, ex-employee Zach Vorhies told American Family Radio talk-show host Sandy Rios that Google is working on what he calls an artificial intelligence supercomputer called the "AI Manhattan Project" inside Google. "They're trying to create a control grid that captures all the information - video, audio - wherever you're at, streams it back to a centralized data repository," he stated, "and then this god-like AI is able to figure out what it is that you're doing, who you're associating with, and create a shadow Facebook profile that you don't know exists, but exists for them."

Monday 07, October 2019

Russia-Iran special forces conduct first ever joint exercise in E. Syria
Russian, Iranian and Syrian government forces launched their first joint exercise in Syria's Deir ez-Zour region – or, for that matter, their first combined drill anywhere else in the Mid-East. The exercise, taking place on the western bank of the Euphrates, features their first combined trilateral missile launches and air strikes on fortified targets. Also for the first time, Russian military sources have openly revealed that Iranian Air Force jets and drones as well as special forces have arrived in Syria for the war game.

Iran's Guards detain Russian journalist as Israel spy. IDF on high alert for surprise Iran attack
Yulia Yuzik, a Russian journalist and author, whose work on female suicide bombers is widely published in the West, is due to stand trial on Saturday, Oct. 5, on charge of spying for Israel. She could face 10 years in prison. Iran's ambassador was urgently summoned to the Russian Foreign Minister on Friday to "quickly clarify the circumstances of the incident and ensure the rights of the Russian woman," spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told reporters.

UK ruling on sexuality: Bible 'incompatible with human dignity'
According to a recent ruling by an employment tribunal in Britain, Christians must submit to LGBTQ requests or risk forfeiting their livelihood. After a Christian doctor was forced out of his job in the United Kingdom for declining to use transgender pronouns, the Employment Tribunal issued a ruling affirming the dismissal, declaring his biblical beliefs on human sexuality are "incompatible with human dignity."

Friday 04, October 2019

Iran's Guards detain Russian journalist as Israel spy. IDF on high alert for surprise Iran attack
Yulia Yuzik, a Russian journalist and author, whose work on female suicide bombers is widely published in the West, is due to stand trial on Saturday, Oct. 5, on charge of spying for Israel. She could face 10 years in prison. Iran's ambassador was urgently summoned to the Russian Foreign Minister on Friday to "quickly clarify the circumstances of the incident and ensure the rights of the Russian woman," spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told reporters.

Earlier the Russian embassy in Tehran confirmed that Yuzik had arrived in Tehran on Sept. 29 on a private invitation and her passport was seized at the airport for unknown reasons. She was arrested at her hotel on Oct. 2 by Revolutionary Guards officers. Her ex-husband Boris Voltsekhovsky said on Friday, Oct. 4, that she had called him from detention four days after her arrival in Iran.

EVIL - Woman Snaps At AOC Over Climate: 'Start Eating Babies!' 'We Only Have A Few Months Left!'
A woman snapped during an Ocasio-Cortez town hall event on Thursday evening over climate change, declaring that there are only "a few months left!" and that it is time to "start eating babies!" "We are not going to be here for much longer because of the climate crisis," the woman said as she appeared to have an accent. "We only have a few months left!"

Pastor Bakker: 'There is Massive Demon Possession in the Political Realm Today'
During an interview with Pastor Rick Renner about his new book -- How to Keep Your Head on Straight in a World Gone Crazy -- evangelical Pastor Jim Bakker said "America has gone crazy," it celebrates evil and condemns what is good, and across the nation it seems as if there has been "a massive demon possession in the political realm."

Thursday 03, October 2019

Russia-Iran special forces conduct first ever joint exercise in E. Syria
Russian, Iranian and Syrian government forces launched their first joint exercise in Syria's Deir ez-Zour region – or, for that matter, their first combined drill anywhere else in the Mid-East. The exercise, taking place on the western bank of the Euphrates, features their first combined trilateral missile launches and air strikes on fortified targets. Also for the first time, Russian military sources have openly revealed that Iranian Air Force jets and drones as well as special forces have arrived in Syria for the war game.

Dr. Michael L. Brown: The religion of climate change & the new doomsday scenario
When I came to faith as a 16-year-old, drug-using, hippie rock drummer, I was told that Jesus was returning very soon. The end of the world was near. Very near. Today, there is a new religious narrative, especially among young people, with a new "end of the world" scenario. But this one is depressing and grim, with nothing redemptive about it. I'm talking about the new religion of manmade global warning.

Google is eyeing biology for next computing frontier that could digitially manipulate humans...
Brain inserts and carbon-absorbing bacteria aren't just the fantasies of Silicon Valley's richest executives, they're also a part of a larger hope to advance artificial intelligence and computing efforts.

"It's easy to come up with movie recommendations or YouTube recommendations, because we have millions of data points of people like you," Schmidt said. "We don't have an analogous amount of data in biology yet." Schmidt said he'd like to marry the two worlds as quickly as possible. At one point, he asked the crowd to "build bacteria that absorbs CO2," adding "We need it at scale and we need it in the next 10 to 15 years."

AI bias: How tech determines if you land job, get a loan or end up in jail
Businesses across almost every industry deploy artificial intelligence to make jobs simpler for staff and tasks easier for consumers. Though these applications may seem harmless, perhaps even helpful, the AI is only as good as the information fed into it, which can have serious implications. You might not realize it, but AI helps determine whether you qualify for a loan in some cases. There are products in the pipeline that could have police officers stopping you because software identified you as someone else.

Wednesday 02, October 2019

Huge Iranian Guards base rising near Baghdad for missile-drone attacks on Israel
Exclusive: The Shaykh Mazhar Air Base 48km southwest of Baghdad is under intense renovation by Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as their primary base for missile and armed drone attacks on Israel, DEBKAfile's exclusive military and intelligence sources reveal. The base is 1,200km from northern and central Israel as the crow (or a missile) flies. Iranian Air Force fighter jets are to be brought in to provide Baghdad with air cover against Israel air strikes, such as those recently staged against Iran's Iraqi arm, the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMU), the umbrella of Iraq's Shiite militias.

Iran Guards chief: Destroying Israel now not a dream but an 'achievable goal'
The commander of Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said on Monday that destroying Israel was now an "achievable goal." Four decades on from Iran's Islamic revolution, "we have managed to obtain the capacity to destroy the impostor Zionist regime," Major General Hossein Salami was quoted saying by the IRGC's Sepah news site.

North Korea fires 'sub-launched ballistic missile' toward Japan...
North Korea fired what may be a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Wednesday, which would be the first test in three years of what had been a relatively young but rapidly progressing programme to deliver nuclear weapons. The launch comes hours after the North announced it would resume nuclear talks with the United States this weekend, potentially ending a months-long deadlock that followed a vow by leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump to make progress.

Obama judge blocks state's 'heartbeat' abortion ban
An Obama-appointed federal judge temporarily blocked a law Tuesday signed by Georgia's Republican governor that would ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which usually is at least six weeks. U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ruled in favor of the American Civil Liberties Union, Planned Parenthood and the Center for Reproductive Rights, which sued in June on behalf of abortion providers, the Washington Examiner reported.

Blasphemy: Church Of Sweden Announced Greta Thunberg 'Successor' Of Jesus
The Church of Sweden, which has routinely promoted teen climate change alarmist Greta Thunberg, announced the young girl a "successor" to Jesus Christ last December. "Announcement! Jesus of Nazareth has now appointed one of his successors, Greta Thunberg", the Church of Limhamn tweeted on December 1, 2018.

Evil: Antifa Blocks, Berates Elderly Couple Crossing The Street
The brutal far-left organization Antifa showed its true colors over the weekend when a video went viral showing several of the organization's members blocking an elderly couple from crossing the street outside a college in Canada. In the video, which sparked massive outrage online, an elderly woman with a rolling walker can be seen trying to cross a street alongside her husband as a horde of Antifa thugs repeatedly shout, "Nazi scum off our streets." At one point, when the husband tries to reason with a female member of Antifa, she immediately shouts back, "Don't you f***ing touch me."

Dark trends in American society call for greater 'spiritual warfare'
An Oregon exorcist, who claims he has had the ability to conquer satanic forces since he was four, warned last week that modern American society, with its interest in things such as drugs and ouija boards, needs to take demonic possession more seriously. "Archbishop" James Cloud, above, insisted that, "as the years go by, the cases are getting darker", and lamented the fact that many churches give a "very sanitised" approach to spiritual life that ignored the Devil and his crew's malevolent influence on the world.

Teacher Sues After Firing for Not Using Male Pronouns for Female Student Who Identifies as Male
A high school French teacher in Virginia is suing the school board after they fired him for refusing to refer to a female student who identifies as a male as "he." Peter Vlaming was placed on administrative leave last October and then fired from West Point High School in Williamsburg, Va., in December because he refused to use male pronouns for the transgender student.

Tuesday 01, October 2019

Iran puts its energy sector on 'full alert' for attacks
The Iranian oil minister on Sunday ordered his country's energy sector to be on high alert to the threat of "physical and cyber" attacks. Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said "it is necessary for all companies and installations of the oil industry to be on full alert against physical and cyber threats," in a statement published on the oil ministry's Shana website.

Crack in the anti-Iran front: US persuades Saudis to engage Tehran in regional deals
Iran's president Hassan Rouhani disclosed on Tuesday, Sept. 30, that he had received "messages from Saudi Arabia," the day after Crown Prince Muhammed (MbS) warned that war with Iran would "collapse the global economy" by causing crude prices to spike to "unimaginably high numbers." In a CBS 60 Minutes interview, the prince noted that he "preferred a political solution to a military one." Rouhani's spokesman commented, without revealing the messages' content, "if Saudi Arabia is really pursuing a change of behavior, Iran welcomes that."

China's Xi: No Force Can Stop China
hina showed off its military power and economic prowess during a parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic on Tuesday. The display was presided over by Xi Jinping, wearing a grey jacket in echoes of Mao Zedong. Standing in an open-topped car, he watched the show from the Gate of Heavenly Peace, from where Mao proclaimed the founding of the modern nation in 1949. The military parade was China's first large-scale display of arms since 2015 and was used to showcase the leaps that its army - which has the second-largest budget in the world behind the US - has made since then.

China unveils terrifying Dongfeng-41 nuke that 'can strike US in 30 minutes with TEN warheads' at 70th anniversary parade

Amazon's dystopian plan to be anywhere and everywhere

A little creepy? Russian company starts mass production of humanoid robots that can look like you
A Russian startup has launched serial production of unique life-like robots that not only look the way you want and mimic facial expressions, but are also able to work for you. Based in the Russian city of Perm, Promobot says its humanoid bots, called Android Robo-C, can replace humans in the office and even at home. The android can answer people's questions in shopping centers and museums, be an administrator or an office employee, and greet visitors and communicate with them, according to the maker. However, it won't be working much longer than a human – its battery only lasts eight hours before it needs to be re-charged.

Islamic propaganda in schools... and activist is tired of it
Muslim praying U.S. flag backgroundA pro-Israel activist is fed up with Islamic indoctrination in America's public schools and has taken her fight to Washington, DC. Laurie Cardoza-Moore is president of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations. Last week she went to Capitol Hill to meet with key members of Congress to educate them on the crisis she argues the nation is facing with the education of its children.

Monday 30, September 2019

Yemeni Houthis claim hundreds of Saudi troops killed, captured in Najran raid
There was no immediate Saudi response to the Yemeni Houthis' claim on Saturday, Sept. 26 that "three Saudi brigades had fallen, dozens of soldiers and officers were killed or injured and thousands captured, including Saudi army officers" in a raid of the Saudi Najran border region. The spokesman of the Iran-backed group said that hundreds of armored vehicles had also been captured in the 72-hour operation which was supported by Houthi drone, missile and air defense units. According to the spokesman, the operation entitled Victory from Allah ended in a Saudi surrender on Saturday.

Nasrallah: 'We will enter the occupied territory of Palestine'
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Saturday reiterated his threat that terrorist from his group would enter Israeli territory, Israel Hayom reported. In an interview with Lebanon's Massir magazine, Nasrallah said: "The enemy is right now in a defensive position. Once we were constantly on the defensive, now we are threatening the enemy, not the opposite. We will enter the occupied territory of Palestine."

Iranian commander: If Israel attacks, nothing will be left of it
A senior Iranian commander is again threatening Israel, warning that "if Israel makes a strategic mistake, it has to collect bits and pieces of Tel Aviv from the lower depths of the Mediterranean Sea." Abbas Nilforoushan, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Deputy Commander for Operations, made the comments in an interview with Tasnim news agency, as translated by Radio Farda.

Gaza terror group presents new rocket
The a-Nassar Salah a-Din Battalion, which serves as the military arm of the Popular Front terror group, has announced that it is beginning use of a new rocket. In an announcement, the group said the new IQ25 rocket is dedicated to one of their group's founders, Ismail Abu al-Kamsaan.

Intense Hong Kong clashes ahead of China's 70th anniversary
Hong Kong (AFP) - Fierce clashes broke out between protesters and riot police in Hong Kong Sunday as thousands marched through the strife-torn city, during a day of global protests aimed at casting a shadow over communist China's upcoming 70th birthday. Beijing is preparing for huge, tightly-choreographed festivities from Tuesday to mark the founding of the People's Republic of China, including a massive military parade that will revel in the country's emergence as a global superpower.

President Trump's former national security advisor 'deeply disturbed' by Ukraine scandal: 'Whole world is watching'
President Donald Trump's first Homeland Security and counterterrorism adviser, who resigned after a year in the office, said on "This Week With George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday that he is "deeply disturbed" and "frustrated" by the "entire mess" that began in July with Trump's phone call with a young Ukrainian president and suddenly this week sparked a firestorm of calls in Congress to impeach the president following the disclosure of an extraordinary whistleblower complaint.

GOP lawmaker blasts Trump for quoting pastor warning of civil war over impeachment
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger (Ill.) on Sunday criticized President Trump for quoting a pastor saying impeachment could trigger a "Civil War-like fracture" in the country. "I have visited nations ravaged by civil war," Kinzinger tweeted. "I have never imagined such a quote to be repeated by a President. This is beyond repugnant."

On Toys, Gender and Truth: Mattel Is Not Playing Around

Friday 27, September 2019

Israel general warns it is approaching 'level of war' with Iran as tensions rage
An Israeli general has warned the "level of war" is approaching with Iran as tensions rage in the Middle East. Brigadier General Dror Shalom issued the dire assessment of the situation as the war of words rages between the US, Saudi Arabia and Iran. He also warned Islamic Republic is also capable of attacking them with cruise missiles. General Shalom said it is "only a matter of time" until the Iranians try to strike at Israel.

The IDF mulls pre-emptive strike to ward off planned Iranian attacks on the UAE and Israel
"Israel's proven capacity to simultaneously perform multiple missions is about to be challenged as never before,' said Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday, Sept. 26, during a New Year's toast at the IDF General Staff forum. The prime minister and defense minister went on to say: "Hitherto we have navigated affairs boldly and responsibly in several arenas, at times simultaneously, but not so far in a comprehensive confrontation."

Saudi FM: Iranian attack 'cannot go unanswered'
Saudi Arabia is in consultation "with friends and allies about the next steps to take" after a September 14 attack on its oil facilities, but is waiting for the findings of an investigation, Saudi Arabia's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir told reporters on Wednesday, according to Reuters.

Oregon priest performs exorcisms: 'Cases are getting darker'

Trump praised for advancing religious freedom at U.N.
President Donald Trump delivered an historic speech on religious freedom Monday at the United Nations. Several of his evangelical advisors were at his side. It was the first time a U.S. president had addressed the United Nations on the topic of religious freedom. Trump explained to the world leaders and lawmakers assembled at the U.N. that America had a moral right to speak on the topic...

Microphones in Amazon's new smart glasses that give wearer access to Alexa on-the-go could secretly listen in to all conversations within earshot
Just think how the Antichrist will use these devices to control the world.

China's new 'super camera' can instantly pinpoint specific targets among tens of thousands of people
Scientists have unveiled a 500 megapixel cloud camera system in China that they say is capable of capturing the facial details of each individual in a crowd of tens of thousands of people, raising fears facial recognition monitoring could soon reach a new level.

China Unveils 'Super Surveillance Camera' that can Link to its Social Credit System
Li Daguang, a professor at the National Defense University of the People's Liberation Army in Beijing told the Global Times that the system could "very easily be applied to national defense, military and public security." Technology like this in the hands of Communist Chinese authorities, who already operate a citizen social credit system, does not bode well for privacy rights and freedom.

Wednesday 25, September 2019

Photos show ongoing work at Iran-linked Syrian base despite reported IDF strikes
Satellite images released Tuesday showed expanded construction at compounds allegedly controlled by Iran along the Syria-Iraq border, despite repeated airstrikes on the site in recent weeks that have been attributed to Israel. The photographs, released by the private Israeli intelligence company ImageSat International, indicated the building of the site in the Boukamal region of eastern Syria has advanced over the past month.

Annual campus gathering for student prayer today
Students are gathering around their school's flagpole today in a continuation of an annual event that brings prayer to their campus. "Today is 'See You At The Pole' (SYATP) all across the world," says Ed Vitagliano, executive vice president of American Family Association (AFA). "Young people will be meeting at their schools, at the flagpole, before thehttp://www.afa.net start of school and they will pray for their families, for their classmates, for their teachers and school administrators, and for our nation."

Brain chip created for US soldiers to take out enemies with their minds
The Antichrist would certainly use technology like this during his 7 years of terror on the Earth.

Tuesday 24, September 2019

Iran sets up Islamic Jihad cells in Judea and Samaria for rocket attacks on Israel
Palestinian Authority intelligence authorities have uncovered an Iranian attempt to plant rocket-armed Islamic Jihad cells on the West Bank for attacking Israel's population centers. Three arrests in the Ramallah district ordered by Gen. Majid Frej, head of the PA's General Intelligence, thwarted a project for constructing home-made rockets. Its findings were passed to Israel's Shin Bet security service.

Iran's president warns America to 'stay away' as it unveils long range missiles that could strike US bases
Iran's president has warned American and other foreign forces to "stay away" from the region, as Tehran paraded long-range missile capable of reaching American bases. Hassan Rouhani said the presence of such troops in the Gulf has always brought "pain and misery", in a speech made at an annual military parade to commemorate the war with Iraq.

Will Iran present its own Middle East peace plan?
The Iranian army on Sunday held a parade in Tehran's main streets, displaying its variety of weapons, which include ballistic missiles, tanks, and other weapons. During the parade, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned other countries to remove their forces from the area.

Iran: Eye for an eye the appropriate response?
Washington is weighing options on how to respond to the recent drone and missile strike on Saudi Arabia's oil industry that shook global energy markets. Yemen's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the attack, though the U.S. believes Iran was actually behind it. In response, Iran's top diplomat has sent out a warning that any attack on Iran by the U.S. or Saudi Arabia will spark an "all-out war."

50 Years of Failed Eco-pocalyptic Predictions (Please share with your Friends)
Modern doomsayers have been predicting climate and environmental disaster since the 1960s. They continue to do so today. None of the apocalyptic predictions with due dates as of today have come true. What follows is a collection of notably wild predictions from notable people in government and science...

Killing the unborn, confessing to plants
I'm all for environmental stewardship, and there's something to be said for a biblically-based ecology. But I find it beyond ironic that a staunchly liberal seminary which supports a woman's "right" to abortion held a special chapel service to make confession to plants. So, it's fine to take the lives of unborn babies in the womb, but we must confess our sins to the plants. May God help us.

Christian Historian Barton: It's wrong to say housing is a 'right'
God is the giver of human and fundamental rights - not Bernie Sanders or any other Democratic presidential candidate. But a Christian historian says that's not stopping them from disputing that fact in their quest for voters' support.

Trump at U.N.: 'Our rights do not come from government, they come from God'

BLACK MIRROR? Silicon Valley is peddling Chinese-style 'social credit' system in US - and we're lining up to buy
On Monday's radio show, Glenn Beck read a white paper report written by prominent law professor Larry Backer of Penn State, which shows exactly why liberal politicians and leaders in Silicon Valley support socialism. In the report, Backer details how progressive lawmakers and technology-industry leaders are steadily pushing Western society to accept a Chinese-style "social credit" system by normalizing the idea of sharing private data and shifting the focus of law away from the Constitution and toward "analytics and algorithm."

AWLITLD.com: If you've never seen Black Mirror on Netflix, Season 3, Episode 1, shows in alarming detail where our society seems to be heading. First in China, and now in the U.S. as Social Media giants are already deep into their plans for this chilling, faux-Utopian, 1984 future. Please come soon Lord Jesus!

Chinese Activist: 'I am Starting to Feel' That Socialism 'Has Followed Me' to the U.S.
At the Capitol Hill Tea Party rally against socialism, activist and author Jennifer Zeng, who migrated from Communist China, urged Americans to steer clear of socialist rhetoric because "socialists promise Heaven on Earth but they always end up giving you a one-way ticket to Hell." Another migrant at the Sept. 19 "Choose Freedom" rally, Oskar Arreaza from Venezuela, said he hopes to "spread the word" that "21st century socialism only covers [hides] the ignorance" of the politicians around the world that advocate for it.

Monday 23, September 2019

Iran's president warns America to 'stay away' as it unveils long range missiles that could strike US bases
Iran's president has warned American and other foreign forces to "stay away" from the region, as Tehran paraded long-range missile capable of reaching American bases. Hassan Rouhani said the presence of such troops in the Gulf has always brought "pain and misery", in a speech made at an annual military parade to commemorate the war with Iraq.

Pro-Iran PMU forces take over Iraq's Saudi, Jordanian borders, threaten Israel from the east
Iran was on its next move by the time the US announced on Sept. 21 the deployment of more troops and enhanced air and missile defense systems for Saudi Arabia and the UAE in response to the attack on Saudi oil facilities. As the USS Nitze destroyer deployed to the northern Red Sea opposite the Saudi coast, armed with Aegis combat systems for tracking and intercepting cruise missiles, Iraqi Shiite Population Mobilization Forces (PMU) swarmed up to Iraq's borders with Saudi Arabia and Jordan, DEBKAfile's exclusive military and intelligence sources reveal.

First Israeli-Saudi air force collaboration for demolishing Iran's Abu Kamal complex
The latest round of attacks on Iran's military complex in Syria's Abu Kamal region are a joint operation by the Israeli and Saudi air forces, DEBKAfile and Gulf military sources reported on Friday, Sept. 20. Their targets are the al Qods Brigades bases, command centers, missile and ammo stores which Iran has set up close to the Syrian-Iraqi border, as well as Iraqi Shiite militia and Lebanese Hizballah forces. An estimated 100 Iranian and militia combatants were reported killed in the joint operation and several hundred injured.

Netanyahu edges out Gantz in recommendations for PM
A total of 55 Knesset members recommended to Israeli President Reuven Rivlin that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu be the one tasked with forming the next government, making it likely that Rivlin will acquiesce to their demand. Previously, Blue and White candidate MK Benny Gantz had 57 MKs recommending him for premier. However, Rivlin accepted the request by the Joint Arab List's Balad faction to withdraw their recommendation, leaving Gantz with a maximum of just 54 recommendations.

Japan roboticists predict rise of the machines
Set in 2019, cult 80s movie "Blade Runner" envisaged a neon-stained landscape of bionic "replicants" genetically engineered to look just like humans. So far that has failed to materialise, but at a secretive research institute in western Japan, wild-haired roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro is fine-tuning technology that could blur the line between man and machine. Highly intelligent, self-aware and helpful around the house -- the robots of the future could look and act just like humans and even become their friends, Ishiguro and his team predict.

Thursday 19, September 2019

Princeton study backs end-times Gog and Magog war prophecy
The Bible predicts an end-times war called the battle of Gog and Magog. While there have been many interpretations of the relevant Scriptures, many scholars agree it's a short war of extreme violence involving the whole world. God's children win, by the way. Now Breaking Israel News reports a new Princeton study backs up the biblical account.

Exclusive: Zarif threatens 'all-out war' in case of military strike on Iran
Iran's foreign minister has raised the specter of "all-out war" in the event of US or Saudi military strikes and that Saudi Arabia would have to fight "to the last American soldier." Javad Zarif told CNN that Iran hoped to avoid conflict, adding that the country was willing to talk to its regional rivals Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. But the possibility of a return to negotiations with the US, however, would not happen unless Washington provided full sanctions relief as promised under the 2015 nuclear deal, Tehran's top diplomat said.

Soleimani in Baghdad confers with Shiite proxies on strikes against US forces in Iraq, also Israel
Al Qods chief Qassem Soleimani arrived in Baghdad on Monday, Sept. 16, two days after Iran's cruise-missile drone attack on Saudi oil, DEBKAfile's military and intelligence sources report. Accompanied by his operational staff, the IRGC general was quickly closeted with three heads of pro-Iranian Iraqi Shiite militias and former Iraqi prime minister Nuri al-Maliki.

CA parents not giving in to sick curriculum
Parents in California are again holding a sit-out today to protest the state forcing their children to sit through graphic, explicit sex-ed lessons. Today marks the second time this year parents are keeping their children home from school for a statewide sit-out according the California Family Council.

America Figueroa with the Alliance to Protect Children says parents in more than 40 of California's 58 counties are participating. "This time," she says, "we are going to every Assembly district, their office in California."

Doomsdays that didn't happen: Think tank compiles decades' worth of dire climate predictions
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently suggested Miami would disappear in "a few years" due to climate change. The United Nations is convening a "Climate Action Summit" next week. And climate activist Greta Thunberg is on Capitol Hill this week telling lawmakers they must act soon. But while data from NASA and other top research agencies confirms global temperatures are indeed rising, a newly compiled retrospective indicates the doomsday rhetoric is perhaps more overheated.

Smart TVs, smart-home devices found to be leaking sensitive user data, researchers find
Smart-home devices, such as televisions and streaming boxes, are collecting reams of data - including sensitive information such as device locations - that is then being sent to third parties like advertisers and major tech companies, researchers said Tuesday. As the findings show, even as privacy concerns have become a part of the discussion around consumer technology, new devices are adding to the hidden and often convoluted industry around data collection and monetization.

Wednesday 18, September 2019

Coming War? President Trump hints at military action against Iran after Saudi oil attacks
Saturday's attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities has crippled Saudi oil production and dramatically decreased oil supplies around the world -- and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo didn't hesitate to blame Iran for the "unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply." A United States official confirmed on Tuesday that more than 20 cruise missiles and drones were launched from an Iranian base, according to CBS News.

Iran warns US of response to any action over attack on Saudi Arabia
Iran sent a note through Swiss diplomats in Tehran on Monday, reiterating that Tehran denies being involved in the Saudi attack, IRNA reported. The Swiss have looked after American interests in Tehran for decades. "If any action takes place against Iran, the action will be faced by Iran's answer immediately," IRNA quoted the note as saying. It added that Iran's response wouldn't be limited to the source of the threat, without elaborating.

Iran: Attack on Saudi oil facilities was 'a warning'
A recent attack by Iranian-backed forces in Yemen on a Saudi oil facility should be viewed as a "warning" to Saudi Arabia to halt its campaign against pro-Tehran Houthi rebels in Yemen, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday. President Rouhani denied that Iran was behind the attack, adding that Iran was not interested in a regional conflict.

Uncertainty in Israel After Vote Puts Netanyahu and Rival Neck-and-Neck
As has become customary in Israel, voters have gone to the polls to choose a government but may have to wait for days or even weeks to see what it looks like - and who will lead it.

Report: Anti-Semitic Harassment at U.S. College Campuses Hits Historic Levels
Anti-Semitic harassment on college campuses aimed at pro-Israel students jumped by 70 percent in the past year, the highest levels ever seen, according to a new study showing that the endorsement of anti-Israel causes by students and professors has created an unsafe environment for Jewish students.

Number of abortions in US falls to lowest since 1973. Thank you Jesus.
The number and rate of abortions across the United States have plunged to their lowest levels since the procedure became legal nationwide in 1973, according to new figures released Wednesday. The report from the Guttmacher Institute, a research group that supports abortion rights, counted 862,000 abortions in the U.S. in 2017. That's down from 926,000 tallied in the group's previous report for 2014, and from just over 1 million counted for 2011.

John Hopkins Psychiatrist: 'Gender Confusions Are Mostly Driven by Psychological and Psychosocial Problems'
Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University and former psychiatrist–in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital, who has studied transgendered people for 40 years, believes that patients suffering gender dysphoria need psychological care - not gender reassignment treatment.

MSNBC's Joy Reid says 'wealthy white Christian' Americans are willing to enact apartheid to 'maintain power'
MSNBC commentator Joy Reid told a group of educators Tuesday that "wealthy white Christian" Americans have shown they are willing to deploy apartheid tactics in order to "maintain power forever."