Where is the FBI Investigation of Blasey-Ford?
If we’re going to rake the good Judge Brett Kavanaugh over the coals on a never-ending basis and require background checks (of him) by the FBI over and over again (until presumably it finds something to nail on him), should we not—at least—require a background check on his accuser? There are more and more articles showing Ms. Blasey-Ford’s family connections to the CIA (and logically to John Brennan) coming out.
“Hillary Said So”: Iran Quotes WikiLeaks At U.N. To Prove Saudis Are State Sponsors Of Terror
The Iranian ambassador supported his case by appealing to a specific WikiLeaks email: “Everybody knows that Saudi Arabia supports terrorism in a very blatant and widespread manner,” he said. In a shock statement before his UN audience, he added, “in the framework of WikiLeaks in 2009, Hillary Clinton is said to have stated that Saudi Arabia is the greatest donor to terrorist groups around the world.” He was referencing a 2009 intelligence memo released as part of Clinton’s emails…
Obama Doesn’t List Ellison Among Endorsements in Minnesota Races
Obama didn’t list embattled Minnesota Attorney General candidate Keith Ellison (D.) among his endorsements in election races on Monday.
Pope Defrocks Chile’s Most Notorious Pedophile Cleric
Pope Francis invoked his authority to defrock Rev. Fernando Karadima, the most prolific clerical abuser of children in Chile to date. The Vatican did not announce any new evidence that led to the decision, though the move came shortly after Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano accused the pontiff yet again of covering up sex abuse allegations.
First direct brain-to-brain “social network” is a true meeting of minds
The internet has made it easy for groups to collaborate from pretty much anywhere, but this experimental brain-to-brain “social network” could be the
beginning of a whole new ballgame. The new system, dubbed BrainNet, was tested by wiring three test subjects up to machines that let them send
messages to each other using just their brainwaves. Using these systems, one brain can modulate its electrical signals to implant messages directly
into another brain.
IAEA ignores Netanyahu’s demands for Iran nuclear inspection
Despite Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call to inspect Iran’s nuclear program, the International Atomic Energy Agency fired back in a statement…saying that they use all relevant information available and do not take any information at face value. “All information obtained, including from third parties, is subject to rigorous review and assessed together with other available information to arrive at an independent assessment based on the Agency’s own expertise,” the statement said.
Russian General: Syrian side of Quneitra crossing ready to be opened
Syria is ready to re-open the Quneitra border crossing with Israel, Deputy Commander of the Russian Forces in Syria Lt.-Gen. Sergei Kuralenko announced Tuesday. “The border crossing is ready for opening and to start operating. This comes due to a great effort carried out by the Armed Forces of the Syrian Arab Republic with the assistance of the Russian Aerospace Forces,” Kuralenko was quoted by Russia’s TASS News Agency as saying.
Bolivia sea dispute: UN rules in Chile’s favour
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled against Bolivia in its dispute with neighbouring Chile over access to the Pacific Ocean – a feud dating back to the late 19th Century. Landlocked Bolivia lost access to the sea in 1884 after a war with Chile and has tried to regain it ever since. The court said Chile was not obliged to negotiate granting Bolivia access.
South China Sea: Chinese ship forces US destroyer off course
A Chinese warship has forced an American destroyer to change course in the South China Sea by sailing close to it in an “unsafe and unprofessional” manner, the US Navy says. The USS Decatur was sailing past the Gaven and Johnson reefs in the disputed Spratly Islands, which China claims. The Luyang destroyer “approached within 45 yards [41m] of Decatur’s bow”, Commander Nat Christensen said.
Travellers refusing digital search now face $5000 Customs fine
Travellers who refuse to hand over their phone or laptop passwords to Customs officials can now be slapped with a $5000 fine. The Customs and Excise Act 2018 – which comes into effect today – sets guidelines around how Customs can carry out “digital strip-searches”. Previously, Customs could stop anyone at the border and demand to see their electronic devices. However, the law did not specify that people had to also provide a password.
Gaza night protests step up months of anti-Israel unrest
It’s nearly 10:00 pm when young Palestinian men begin banging drums and chanting songs, while others attach incendiary devices to balloons — all closely watched by Israeli snipers on the border. For six months, Palestinians have gathered regularly along the fence between the Gaza Strip and Israel for often violent daylight demonstrations against Israeli policies. But in recent weeks they have deployed a new tactic: “night confusion units”.
Indonesian Earthquake-Tsunami Flattened This Small Island, Death Toll Rises To 800
More than 800 people have died in Indonesia after a massive earthquake and tsunami devastated portions of the string of islands, The Associated Press reported Monday morning.
Official: Indonesian Earthquake Tsunami Was 20 Feet High
The massive tsunami created by the earthquake the Indonesian city of Palu was 20 feet high, according to an official.
Iran launches ‘DEATH TO AMERICA’ Missiles in a Nighttime Strike
Iran has launched a barrage of missiles with the inscription ‘Death To America’ written on the fuselage, according to reports.
The UN Migration Pact will erase national all borders and ram Islamic refugees down country’s throats regardless of support for it
Adopting the current comprehensive migration pact currently under discussion in the United Nations would be the worst possible step when it comes to tackling the challenge of migration, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said at a session of the UN General Assembly in New York.
WW3 RED ALERT: Argentina stages their biggest mock invasion of the Falkland Islands in decades, infuriating the U.K.
ARGENTINA has staged a mock invasion of the Falkland Islands, government sources have revealed. And last night Gen Julian Thompson, who led British land forces during the Falklands conflict, suggested Argentina could strike in the event of a Labour government because, “It’s unlikely Jeremy Corbyn would use military force to defend the islands”.
More Than 50 Colleges Endorsing The First Ever Holiday Of Zieselves, Xerselves, Eirselves
More than 50 colleges are endorsing the inaugural International Pronouns Day on Oct. 17 to “make asking, sharing, and respecting personal pronouns commonplace.”
Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford ran mass “hypnotic inductions” of psychiatric subjects as part of mind control research “creating artificial realities”
In another stunning bombshell about the hoax accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, we’ve now learned and confirmed that Christine Blasey Ford co-authored a science paper that involves her carrying out mass “hypnotic inductions” of psychiatric subjects as part of a mind control program that cites methods to “create artificial situations.”
Robert de Niro Linked to Child Sex Trafficking Ring According to Court
…The files of clients’ names seized by the police are said to include many well-known members of the sports and show-business jet-set on both sides of the Atlantic. The only names to emerge so far are De Niro, Fibak and the French film producer, Alain Sarde.
65 year-old Swedish woman jailed for criticizing Islam in stunning court ruling – a new and terrifying era has dawned in Europe
In March, the district court acquitted the woman who was prosecuted for hate speech comments made on Facebook. She had criticised Islam and wrote that “the IQ level in Sweden will fall as a result of immigration”.
CHUTZPAH: Abbas Tells UN That ‘Palestinians’ Have Been Angels, It’s All Israel’s Fault
Like a child caught red-handed in a mischievous act, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas was eager to blame someone else, anyone else.
Archbishop Viganó: Pope ‘Compared Me to Great Accuser, Satan’ for Exposing Corruption
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò said Pope Francis “put in place a subtle slander” against him by comparing him to “the great accuser, Satan” in a homily, according to an open letter released by LifeSiteNews which is dated Sept. 29 but was released Sept. 27.
Antifa’s New Blend In And Attack Strategy
Social Media would protect us all from questioning the narrative, but when it comes to fueling the violence of the left their supposed terms of service banning violent hate speech don’t exist. As a case in point, look at communist podcast host Dr. Bones who tweeted, “Hey quick little question for military minded lefties: should leftists train/organize in a ‘insurgent’ focus…for potential attacks or a more ‘militia’ structure focused on holding/maintaining turf?”
Chinese Company to Use Face Recognition to Detect Underage Gamers
A Chinese company is planning to use facial recognition technology to detect minors attempting to play its video games.
Theologian: God Will ‘Raise up Others’ If Church Leadership Cannot Fix Sex Abuse
A prominent Catholic priest and theologian has published a sobering essay, insisting that if Pope Francis and the Church’s bishops are unwilling or unable to tackle the clerical sex abuse crisis, God will intervene in another way.
Trump Admin Sues After California Adopts Net-Neutrality Law
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed a bill reinstating Obama-era open-internet rules in the state, and the Justice Department responded almost immediately with a lawsuit seeking to overturn the law.
A Breach by Unknown Attackers? No! Government Reach…into Your Data
Fifty million users’ Facebook accounts have been breached? Ridiculous. That kind of a scale points a finger toward one possible “actor” (as they label themselves, now), and that actor is a government. A “State Actor.” This is the deal. US laws can be easily circumvented by a foreign power that is given the authority to act on behalf of the United States. Many in-depth articles have been circulating regarding the “Five Eyes.” These are the five nations of the U.S., Britain, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. See the “common ground?”
California Governor Rejects Bill Mandating Abortion Pills On College Campuses
California Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown rejected a bill Sunday that would mandate college campuses to offer abortion pills, calling it unnecessary.
Jackie Alnor – Metamorphosis of the Universal Church in Our Time
The Emergent Church’s War on the Word
‘LGBTQ’ Activists at ‘Devoted’ Youth Pastor Conference
I Know Adam And Eve; I’ve Seen Them Personally – Bishop Daniel Obinim
God Has Been Using Racehorses To Speak to Mark Taylor About Plans To Execute Democrats
Pastor Gets 7 Years for Sexual Assault, Sex With Youth Group Members
Christian Wrestling Gets National Stage on Now Network
Did Jesus Perform Miracles? Half of British Adults Say No; Only 1 in 10 Back Literal Bible Accounts
Headlines – 10/2/2018
Trump cuts to coexistence efforts will cause ‘long-term damage,’ NGO head warns
Trump administration praises Obama-era Israel aid package upon launch
UNRWA evacuates most international staff from Gaza to Israel amid death threats
Gaza night protests step up months of anti-Israel unrest
93 Palestinians injured as Gaza flotilla intercepted at sea
IDF spy drone crashes in Gaza area, prompting search
Malaysian PM Calls Jews ‘Hook-nosed,’ Responsible for Troubles in the Middle East
Lebanon FM gives diplomats tour aimed at disproving Netanyahu’s missile claims
Lebanese president rejects PM’s claims on Hezbollah missile facilities in Beirut
Netanyahu: Hezbollah ‘brazenly lying’ to world about weapons sites
UN Nuclear Watchdog Rebuffs Netanyahu on Iran: ‘Our Independence Is Paramount’
Netanyahu slams ‘ridiculous’ Iran effort to tie Israel to attack at parade
Germany’s best-selling paper calls for end of Iran trade to protect Israel
Iranian ballistic programme is a threat, says French defence minister
France freezes Iranian assets over Paris bomb plot said thwarted by Mossad
Turkey orders 417 detained in money-laundering probe linked to US-based Iranians
Iran state media: Alleged secret nuclear site is a scrap metal recycling center
Al Arabiya cameras film suspicious Iranian ship in Red Sea near Yemen’s coast
Family of Iran cleric: Revolutionary Guards hid explosives in Hajj pilgrim bags
Syria FM says Iran coordinated its ballistic missile strikes
Syrian FM says Iran’s missile strikes in eastern Syria ‘legitimate’
Syria says shot down over third of missiles fired by Israel in Latakia attack
Iran launches missiles at Syria, but message is aimed at U.S., Israel, Saudi Arabia
New USA goal in Syria: Iranian retreat
Russia using world’s largest military planes to deliver S-300 system to Syria
Syrian rebels reject Russia presence in planned demilitarized zone
Erdogan: We will continue to seek solution with Syrian people, not Syrian govt
Erdogan urges Turks to report price hikes, says government will raid stores
Suicide bomb targets Italian army trainers in Somali capital
Chinese warship came within 45 yards of USS Decatur in South China Sea: US
North, South Korea begin removing landmines along fortified border
Seoul: North Korea has 20-60 nuclear weapons
Massive Election Rallies Reflect Deep Divisions in Brazil
Venezuela: nearly 2m people have fled country since 2015, UN says
OPEC ‘powerless to prevent’ oil prices jumping toward $100 a barrel this year
Dow rises nearly 200 points after the US and Canada strike a deal to replace NAFTA
Trump: Trade deal returns US to ‘manufacturing powerhouse’
This bull market run has echoes of the late 1920s, Nobel Prize-winning economist Shiller says
In FY 2018: Debt Up $1,271,158,167,127; Feds Borrowed $8,172 Per Every American With a Job
Democrats’ new tack: Go hard after Kavanaugh’s credibility
Mutual friend of Kavanaugh, Deborah Ramirez reportedly turns over text messages to FBI
Text messages suggest Kavanaugh wanted to refute accuser’s claim before it became public
Police questioned Kavanaugh after bar fight in 1985
White House slams ‘ridiculous’ NYT report on Kavanaugh’s college ice-throwing incident
Trump defends Kavanaugh, but notes ‘difficulty’ with alcohol
Ex-boyfriend says Kavanaugh accuser Julie Swetnick threatened to kill his unborn child, ‘was exaggerating everything’
White House authorizes FBI to expand Kavanaugh investigation: report
McConnell: Senate will hold Kavanaugh vote ‘this week’
McConnell unloads on Senate Dems amid Kavanaugh probe: ‘Their goalposts keep shifting, but their goal hasn’t moved an inch’
Grassley taunts Bernie Sanders in salty response to Kavanaugh probe letter
Trump, Defending Kavanaugh, Accuses Senate Democrats of Hypocrisy and Dishonesty
Trump slams Senate Democrats over Kavanaugh nomination, claims he saw one unidentified senator in ‘somewhat compromising’ situations
‘We’ve Seen This Before’: Liberal Group Ties Kavanaugh to Bill Cosby and Bill Clinton in New Ad
Far-left cartoonist accused of targeting Kavanaugh’s 10-year-old daughter in vicious cartoon
Red-state Dems face nightmare scenario on Kavanaugh
Lindsey Graham: If Kavanaugh vote fails, Trump should re-nominate him before midterms, ‘appeal the case to the American people’
Georgetown professor says white GOP senators ‘deserve miserable deaths’ after Kavanaugh hearing
Kavanaugh allegations trigger angry, anxious response from Republican men – Many say they are now seen as guilty until proven innocent
DFL will refer Ellison allegation to law enforcement after internal investigation can’t substantiate
Las Vegas shooting: One year later, hundreds of videos traumatize some survivors
“Digital Strip-Searches”: New Zealand travellers refusing digital search now face $5000 Customs fine
India’s Biometric ID System Has Led To Starvation For Some Poor, Advocates Say
Glimpse: How Electronic Tattoos Will Change The World – And Ourselves
Researchers recommend ‘no-selfie zones’ to prevent tourist accidents
Indonesia clamps down on looting as quake-tsunami toll reaches 1,234
Indonesian Quake and Tsunami… Wave Reached 20 Feet High
See how the Palu earthquake shifted the landscape then washed away the shore
Indonesia Earthquake Liquefied the Ground, How Did That Happen?
6.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Nggongi Satu, Indonesia
5.9 magnitude earthquake hits near Nggongi, Indonesia
5.7 magnitude earthquake hits the Indian Ocean Triple Junction
5.6 magnitude earthquake hits near Port-Vila, Vanuatu
5.6 magnitude earthquake hits near Nggongi Satu, Indonesia
5.4 magnitude earthquake hits near Nggongi Satu, Indonesia
5.4 magnitude earthquake hits near Cintalapa de Figueroa, Mexico
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Puerto Chacabuco, Chile
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits the Indian Ocean Triple Junction
5.2 magnitude earthquake hits near Palu, Indonesia
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Kota Ternate, Indonesia
5.1 magnitude earthquake hits near Bamboo Flat, India
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Kasiguncu, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Nggongi Satu, Indonesia
5.0 magnitude earthquake hits south of the Fiji Islands
Sabancaya volcano in Peru erupts to 30,000ft
Sangay volcano in Ecuador erupts to 22,000ft
Popocateptl volcano in Mexico erupts to 20,000ft
Reventador volcano in Ecuador erupts to 20,000ft
Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupts to 15,000ft
Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica erupts to 14,000ft
Ebeko volcano in the Kuril Islands erupts to 14,000ft
Kerinci volcano in Indonesia erupts to 14,000ft
Japan hit by unseasonal high temperatures after Typhoon Trami leaves four dead and hundreds hurt
Massive blackout continues after Typhoon Trami
Japan, South Korea on alert for Super Typhoon Kong-rey
Tropical Storm Rosa Fueling a Flood Threat in Southwestern United States As It Heads for Baja California Landfall
Meet The Weird Fruit That Could Soon Become as Common as a Strawberry Thanks to CRISPR Genome Editing
‘Brain-eating amoeba’ kills 29-year-old; CDC testing Texas pool for parasite
Health officials ‘very worried’ as African swine fever spreads in Europe and Asia