Hurricane Florence gains strength and speed, could become a Category 5 storm
Carrying winds of up to 140 mph (220 kph) as a Category 4 storm, Hurricane Florence is expected to strengthen and become a Category 5 storm Tuesday. It’s then forecast to close in on North or South Carolina on Thursday, hitting a stretch of coastline that’s vulnerable to rising sea levels due to climate change.
Are They Telling Us What Is Coming? The Mainstream Media Boldly Declares “You Will Be Microchipped”
At one time, the notion that the general population would be microchipped someday was a “conspiracy theory”, but now the mainstream media is coming right out and telling us that we will all get chipped. It is almost as if they are trying to mentally condition us to accept what is coming. Of course it is being portrayed as “cool” and “trendy”, and a lot of people will be fooled by that. But if someday “identity chips” are required for the entire population, the potential for tyranny would be off the charts.
It’s Official, The Transhuman Era Has Begun
Over the next decade, humanity will begin its “transhuman” era: Biology can then be hacked, depending on lifestyle, interests and health needs. Biohacking falls into four categories: technology augmentation, nutrigenomics, experimental biology and grinder biohacking. We have both an event and a timeline that clearly puts transhumanism front and center of our changing world.
Pet Clones: On the Threshold of Cloning Humans?
God created man in His image. Are we on the verge of man making man in his own image?
Turkey warns attack on Idlib would cause humanitarian disaster
A Syrian government offensive in the country’s northern region of Idlib would cause humanitarian and security risks for Turkey, Europe and beyond, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday in an article in the Wall Street Journal. Last week, Russian and Syrian warplanes resumed their bombing campaign in Idlib, the last rebel enclave in Syria, after weeks of quiet, in an apparent prelude to a full-scale offensive.
Iran ordered to pay $104.7 mln over 1996 U.S. truck bomb attack
A federal judge in Washington, D.C. on Monday ordered Iran to pay $104.7 million to victims of a June 1996 truck bombing in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia that killed 19 US military personnel, though it is unclear when and how the plaintiffs might collect. Chief Judge Beryl Howell entered a default judgment against Iran and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps…which sheared off the front of the Khobar Towers complex.
Trump receives ‘warm’ letter from Kim about new summit
North Korea’s Kim Jong-un has written to US President Donald Trump asking for a follow-up to their historic summit, the White House says. The US says it is already looking at scheduling a new meeting. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the “very warm” letter showed Pyongyang’s “continued commitment to focus on denuclearisation”.
Russia launches biggest war games since Cold War
Russia has launched its biggest military exercise since the Cold War, involving about 300,000 service personnel, in eastern Siberia. China is sending 3,200 troops to take part in “Vostok-2018”, with many Chinese armoured vehicles and aircraft. Mongolia is also sending some units. The last Russian exercise of similar scale was in 1981, during the Cold War, but Vostok-2018 involves more troops.
FBI Officials Discussed ‘Media Leak Strategy’ Ahead Of Major Trump-Russia Revelation
Newly released text messages show disgraced FBI official Peter Strzok asked to speak to former FBI lawyer Lisa Page about a “media leak strategy” during a crucial period of the Trump-Russia investigation in 2017. The text messages were revealed Monday by North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows, a member of the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee.
European countries warn against demolishing West Bank village
Major European countries have issued a rare joint statement warning Israel against its planned demolition of a Bedouin encampment in the West Bank. France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom said on Monday its strategic location is important to maintain “contiguity of a future Palestinian state.” “The consequences a demolition and displacement would have on the residents…as well as…the two-state solution would be very serious,” their statement said.
Palestinians send incendiary tires to Israeli shores
Hundreds of Palestinians gathered on the beach in the northern Gaza Strip on Monday where they reportedly set afloat on rafts dozens of burning tires, in an attempt to reach Israel’s maritime border. Earlier, dozens of Palestinian boats tried to approach the border with Israel, promoting the navy forces to fire warning shots in the direction of the boats, which resulted in an immediate retreat by the Palestinians.
China seeks WTO backing for sanctions on U.S. over dumping duties
China will ask the World Trade Organization (WTO) next week for permission to impose sanctions on the United States, for Washington’s non-compliance with a ruling in a dispute over U.S. dumping duties, a meeting agenda showed on Tuesday. The request is likely to lead to years of legal wrangling over the case for sanctions and the amount.
Catholic Bishop: ‘The Vast Majority of the Abusers are Homosexuals’
Contrary to the spin by the liberal media, the overwhelming majority of sexual abusers in the Catholic Church are homosexual priests, said Catholic Bishop Marian Eleganti in a recent statement.
4 States Declare State Of Emergency As Hurricane Florence Gathers Category 4 Strength And Heads Closer
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster issued the evacuation order on Monday for all eight counties along the coast, including: Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton, Charleston, Dorchester, Georgetown, Horry, and Berkeley. ‘This is a very dangerous hurricane,’ McMaster said, adding that the evacuation order for coastal counties was ‘mandatory, not voluntary.’
Dulles International Airport Surprises Passengers With Facial Recognition Biometric Boarding Onto The Plane
The new veriScan system developed by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority—with guidance from U.S. Customs and Border Protection—scans the faces of travelers approaching the gate. The system then compares the photo to a gallery that includes images of that person—either their passport photo for U.S. citizens or the photo taken of foreign nationals when they entered the country. The process eliminates the need for an airline employee to manually check every boarding pass and passport while boarding a plane.
Toxic red tide algae moves north near Tampa Bay, killing hundreds of thousands of fish
The toxic algae bloom that has carved a trail of dead animals and triggered a putrid stench along western Florida’s coastline has drifted further north, killing hundreds of thousands of fish in the Tampa Bay region.
Leading U.S. Exorcist Says Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal is Demonic and Likely to Get Worse Before it Gets Better
In a recent interview, a world-renowned exorcist said the sex abuse scandal currently rocking the Catholic Church is demonic in nature and likely to get worse before it gets better. “We are in for a long storm,” said Father Gary Thomas, the exorcist for the Diocese of San Jose, California.
Muslims try to ban Franklin Graham from speaking
Muslims in Britain are urging their government to ban evangelist Franklin Graham from entering the United Kingdom, contending the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham has made “Islamophobic and homophobic statements.”
‘God Is Pouring Out His Spirit’: Tennessee Tent Revival in 21st Week, Nearly 700 Accept Christ
Spiritual revival continues in Northeastern Tennessee, as the Greeneville Awakening is now in its 21st week. Nearly 700 people have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior so far.
What’s With All the Planes Full of Sick People?
It all seems like the start of a science fiction movie with a strain of something accidentally or deliberately released. We just have to wonder what it is that’s going to kill us all.
“People’s Heads Are Blowing Up”: As Fox News Installs a Meditation Room, Staffers Worry the Conservative Network Is Going Full Woke
“People are terrified. They kicked Ollie North out and put in a prayer room. We’ve got a new trans policy. You’re not allowed to be transphobic,” one source said. Other changes that would have been alien in the Ailes era include the creation of a workforce and diversity council. “People’s heads are blowing up,” one insider said.
TRIPLE THREAT: Three Hurricanes Churn In The Atlantic
..Hurricanes Florence, Helene and Isaac are gaining steam and moving across the ocean. At least two of those storms, Florence and Isaac, threaten land. The situation mirrors the 2017 hurricane season, according to meteorologist Philip Klotzbach.
Adoptee Colin Kaepernick Funds Radical Pro-Abortion Activism
What does it mean to sacrifice everything? Apparently, to a benched former NFL player and multimillionaire, it means another multi-million dollar Nike endorsement deal. Wow. That’s some real suffering.
Matt Drudge Sounds Alarm On East Coast Hurricane
…”Hurricane Florence may end up being the worst natural disaster in recorded history for the Carolinas and Virginia. 3 to 4 feet of rain, IF predictions hold! BIG news week developing…” Drudge wrote.
Headlines – 9/11/2018
Bolton warns ICC not to go after Israel, confirms closure of PLO’s DC office
US relationship with international court crashes under Trump
John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions in virulent attack
Trump official John Bolton declares International Criminal Court ‘dangerous’ and ‘dead to’ America
Palestinians seethe over planned US closure of Washington office
Palestinian Officials: U.S. Closing PLO Mission Is ‘Vicious Blackmail’
Palestinian organization ‘has not taken steps to advance meaningful negotiations with Israel,’ State Dept. says
25 years on, some Israeli right-wingers ready to declare Oslo accords dead
UNRWA appeals for funds amid ‘worst financial crisis’ in its history
UNRWA Seeks Funding From Europe and Gulf States After U.S. Cuts
Thousands of Palestinians Protest on Gaza Coast, Navy Fires Toward Flotilla
Navy fires in warning as Gazans try to sail burning tires on rafts toward Israel
Seventeen years after Sept. 11, Al Qaeda may be stronger than ever
Syria’s Assad approves gas attack in Idlib despite warning, report says
US warns any new Syrian chemical strikes will get ‘much stronger response’
30,000 flee Syria’s Idlib region as UN fears century’s ‘worst’ crisis
Turkey warns attack on Syria’s Idlib would cause humanitarian disaster
Syria’s Idlib: High stakes for Turkey as offensive looms
Russia threatens to attack US troops supporting Syrian rebels
Syria’s Idlib: High stakes for Turkey as offensive looms
Iranian official: Iran is willing to aid Syria to fight against US
Senior Iranian official: Iran will respond to ‘any hostile measure’
US judge orders Iran to pay $105m over 1996 Khobar Towers bomb in Saudi Arabia
Egypt security forces kill 11 suspected extremists in Sinai
Libya violence: Gunmen storm oil corporation building
Car bomb kills six outside Somali government office
In new letter, North Korea’s Kim asks for another meeting with Trump
Trump Open to Second Kim Summit Despite Stalled Nuclear Talks
Russian official: Kim Jong Un will not take unilateral steps to dismantle nuclear weapons
Russia gears up for biggest war games since Cold War
Google is caught in a censorship battle between Putin and his biggest domestic foe
Venezuela Calls for Massive March Against U.S. amid Talk of Military Coup
As the price of baby formula in Venezuela soars, moms turn to each other for help
Brexit: Barnier says agreement possible by early November
Mark Zuckerberg’s obsession with an ancient Roman emperor offers insight into how he runs Facebook
6.3 magnitude earthquake hits near Ile Hunter, New Caledonia
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Sulangan, Philippines
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits the Fiji region
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Obelobel, Indonesia
Cluster of small earthquakes shakes New Zealand as magnitude 6.8 quake rocks Kermadec Islands
Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 27,000ft
Popocateptl volcano in Mexico erupts to 22,000ft
Sangay volcano in Ecuador erupts to 22,000ft
Karymsky volcano on Kamchatka, Russia erupts to 20,000ft
Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 14,000ft
Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica erupts ot 12,500ft
Hurricane Florence Could Be the Worst Storm to Ever Hit North of Florida
Hurricane Florence could be a lot like Harvey. Here’s why.
Hurricane Florence could stall out over the East Coast for days, bringing intense flooding
Hurricane Florence barrels toward US as South Carolina orders evacuation of entire coast
Over a million told to flee as Hurricane Florence stalks US East Coast
Expect a Storm Surge of 15 – 20 Feet in a Landfalling Category 4 Storm in the Carolinas
30 ships ordered to flee US Navy’s biggest base in Virginia as Hurricane Florence closes in
Issac Now a Hurricane; May Impact Lesser Antilles Later This Week
Tropical Development in Gulf of Mexico Possible Late This Week With More Heavy Rain for Texas
Hurricane Olivia: Powerful storm barrels toward Hawaii threatening to bring heavy rain
Hawaii Governor Ige signs emergency proclamation ahead of Olivia’s arrival
‘Climate change moving faster than we are,’ says UN Secretary General
Superbugs jumping frequently between humans and animals
Japan’s first case of swine fever in 26 years triggers pig cull, nationwide export ban
Dead rat in soup shocks pregnant woman, closes restaurant – staff offered her money to get an abortion if the meal affected her unborn baby’s health
More children are dying by suicide. Researchers are asking why
China to crack down on ‘chaotic’ online religious info: media
Chinese officials burn bibles, close churches, force Christian to denounce faith amid ‘escalating’ crackdown