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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
December 7th, 2018

Time to Return Temple Artifacts to the Jewish People
“Why did they put Qumran upside down?” he thought. He flipped the map of Jerusalem around and indeed, just as his pilot’s instincts had told him, it was identical with the map of Qumran. In a strange confluence Barfield refers to as “Qumrusalem.”

France and Germany, Have You No Shame?
When you think certain nations have descended to the ultimate moral nadir of the universe, you never fail to be astonished with just how much farther they are capable of descending. A report in Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal states that France and Germany have just linked forces to salvage an effort to create back-channel payments to Iran, defying the U.S.-led effort to sanction the regime for its nuclear activity. This effort, known as “Special Forces Vehicle,” or SPV, amounts to nothing more than a brazen effort by the two nations to diminish the effort to sanction the Islamic Republic for their work towards making a nuclear bomb. Simply for money.

Senior Israeli official: Russia helping stop weapon transfers to Hezbollah
Russia has deployed troops on the Syrian-Lebanese border to prevent the transfer of weapons and precision-guided technology to Hezbollah, a senior diplomatic official said on Thursday.

Jewish supporters of far-right AfD party favor kosher ban
Jewish supporters of the German far-right Alternative for Deutschland party said they support a ban on kosher slaughter since it could significantly help the party politically. The AfD party’s platform has long included support for a ban on kosher slaughter in Germany, as well as the import and sale of kosher meat, in line with its opposition to halal, or Islamic ritual slaughter.

A large hole in the sun’s atmosphere is facing Earth and spewing a stream of solar wind in our direction.
The hole is so large it almost completely bisects the solar disk, stretching more than a million km across the sun’s equator.

Weekend Outbreak Sets Illinois Record: 23 December Tornadoes
The National Weather Service says at least 23 tornadoes touched down Saturday in Illinois, making the outbreak the state’s largest on record for December. Meteorologist Dan Smith with the weather service’s Lincoln, Illinois, office says crews had confirmed 23 tornado touchdowns across central Illinois by Monday afternoon. But Smith says that number may grow because crews continue surveying three other sites to determine if storm damage there was caused by tornadoes. Illinois’ previous December tornado record was 21 storms during an outbreak on Dec. 18-19, 1957.

Irish Senate approves bill criminalizing West Bank settlement activity
In a watershed moment, the Irish Senate (Seanad Éireann) approved a bill to criminalize West Bank settlement activity on Wednesday, thereby taking a stand both against European Union policy and its own government. This is an “historic, momentous occasion,” said Irish Senator Frances Black, who had submitted the private member’s bill that now goes to the House (Dáil Éireann) for approval before it is passed into law.

U.N.’s Mladenov: More electricity in Gaza will result in less violence 
UN Special Coordinator for Middle East Peace Nickolay Mladenov said that further conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza is likely because of the humanitarian situation in the Palestinian coastal enclave, in an interview on Army Radio Thursday morning. “An escalation in the Gaza Strip is very likely due to the difficult humanitarian situation there,” Mladenov said. “More electricity in Gaza will result in less violence,” he added.

U.N. Security Council to meet on Hezbollah tunnels 
The UN Security Council will hold a meeting in the coming days on the uncovering of Hezbollah terror tunnels that have penetrated into Israel… Danon said the meeting will deal with Hezbollah’s infringement of Israeli sovereignty, as well as the violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701 from 2006 that called for southern Lebanon – the area from the Litani River to the border with Israel – to be free of foreign forces.

South Africa hit by power cuts
South Africa is experiencing a return of blackouts, prompting fears here of a repeat of widespread outages in 2008 which crippled the country’s economy. The rotational cuts known here as “load-shedding”, resumed in recent weeks. The power utility Eskom switches off power in certain areas for some hours, this is done to prevent the grid from collapsing when demand is great than can be met.

Philip Wilson: Ex-archbishop’s conviction for covering-up abuse is quashed
A former Catholic archbishop in Australia has had his conviction for concealing child sexual abuse quashed. A judge in New South Wales said there were reasonable doubts about Philip Wilson’s conviction. Mr Wilson, 68, had become the world’s most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of covering up sexual abuse when his trial ended in May.

Russia will build missiles if US leaves treaty, Putin warns
Russia will develop missiles banned under a Cold War agreement if the US exits the pact, President Vladimir Putin has warned. His comments follow Nato’s accusation on Tuesday that Russia has already broken the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Signed in 1987 by the US and USSR, it banned both countries’ use of all short and medium-range missiles.

Yemen war: ‘Milestone’ peace talks begin in Sweden
Peace talks aimed at ending nearly four years of civil war in Yemen – described by the UN special envoy as an important milestone – have started in Sweden. Martin Griffiths announced the signing of a prisoner swap deal that would see thousands of families reunited. His team is working alongside delegations from the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebels to enable informal talks due to last a week.

Faster diagnosis from ‘transformational’ gene project
Scientists in Cambridge have completed the world’s largest gene sequencing project in healthcare – which brings hope of better understanding of diseases and faster diagnosis. People with rare diseases, their family members and cancer patients took part. Genomics England described the project as “transformational in what it means to society and humanity”.

New satellite images reveal activity at unidentified North Korean missile base
New satellite images obtained exclusively by CNN reveal North Korea has significantly expanded a key long-range missile base located in the mountainous interior of the country, offering yet another reminder that diplomatic talks with the US have done little to prevent Kim Jong Un from pursuing his promise to mass produce and deploy the existing types of nuclear warheads in his arsenal.

China Boosting Number of Warplane Incursions into South Korea
South Korea has expressed frustration and concern over the growing number of intrusions into its air defense identification zone at the hands of Chinese military aircraft in recent years, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported Wednesday. SCMP learned from Seoul that Chinese military’s incursions into South Korea’s airspace have “nearly doubled” in recent years.

Shocking extent of how big firms harvest your data – from children’s voice recordings, passport info and even pregnant mothers’ due dates
The disturbing scale of the personal data harvested and traded by multinationals can be revealed today. Health details, children’s voice recordings and copies of passports can be at risk when customers tick an online consent box. Analysis by the Mail found that Marriott International, Facebook, Asda, Paypal, BT and Tesco engaged in hidden data harvesting and sharing.

Man Unable to Speak, Walk, See or Breathe Days After Getting Flu Shot
Shane Morgan and his wife Monique decided to get flu shots on November 2, believing it would help protect them and young family members ahead of the busy holiday season. But what they thought was a pro-active measure turned to horror when Shane began losing feeling in his arms and legs. “About 36-hours after he got the flu shot he started to get sick,” Monique explained to KSNV.

Half of All High School Students Don’t Trust the Media to Report Accurately and Fairly
An increasing amount of distrust in the news media is a hot topic these days. While adults and consistent news consumers are usually the focus of such studies, those who are still in school are often left out of this conversation. And they shouldn’t be, especially considering the findings below.

500 British kids get emergency vaccinations after measles spreads from Israel
More than 500 children in Britain’s Jewish ultra-Orthodox community have reportedly received emergency vaccinations over the last two months, amid a measles epidemic believed to have originated from UK Jews returning home after spending the High Holidays in Israel.

World’s First Baby Born Via Uterus Transplant From Deceased Donor
A woman in Brazil who received a womb transplanted from a deceased donor has given birth to a baby girl in the first successful case of its kind, doctors reported.

German Government Accused of Funding Brochure That Encourages Kids to Spy on Their “Right-Wing” Parents
The Federal Ministry for Family Affairs in Germany has been accused of funding a brochure for kindergarten teachers that encourages children to spy on their “right-wing” parents.

Pompeo: Trump ‘Reforming Liberal International Order’ So It May ‘Serve Our Citizens — Not Control Them’
The Trump administration is restructuring the New World Order so that national sovereignty is restored and the people won’t be controlled by foreign interests, according to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

MasterCard, Microsoft to Develop “Digital Identity” System
Amid controversy over the Chinese “social credit score” system, MasterCard and Microsoft are developing a “universally-recognized digital identity.” The plan, which Fast Company’s Cale Guthrie Weissman criticized as “frightening,” revolves around creating a “digital identity” people will use when they drive, apply for a job, rent a home or board a plane, according to a recent tweet by MasterCard News.

The Creepy Line
This morning Google told me that it would not allow my YouTube video “Socialism Leads to Violence” to be viewed by young people. It violates “community guidelines,” said the company in a computer-generated email.

Due to Canadian PM Trudeau’s radical liberal policies, it’s only a matter of time before Islamic terrorists cross over into America from the northern border
“Canada is becoming a foundational place for Islamists of all stripes. Canada is in denial over the terror threat, and the denier and chief is JUSTIN TRUDEAU.”

Psych prof claims God lacked Mary’s ‘consent’
A Twitter user who profiles himself as an associate professor of clinical psychology and sexuality studies from Minnesota and lists interests as “cats” and “Poe” tried to apply the contemporary “#MeToo” movement to the New Testament story of the virgin birth.

WARMING TREND: Yellow Vest Riots In Paris Over High Fuel Prices Now Sparking Global Backlash Against Climate Change Taxes
Support for Climate Change is a funny thing. On one hand, it is easy to rouse the masses with passionate speeches about solving man-made climate change. Everyone loves the cleverly designed Powerpoint presentations and compelling infographics, and it’s fun to share them on social media. But then when you try to make those same masses reach into their working class pockets and actually pay the ‘climate  tax’, you get another reaction entirely. In France, you got 7 days of bloody riots in the streets that threatened to pull the entire nation to the ground.

British politician releases 250 pages of Facebook and SLEAZOID Mark Zuckerberg’s BOMBSHELL emails
All Zuckerberg cared about was these documents not seeing the light of day. Who the hell does he think he is that the American judicial system should protect such a scoundrel? Worse still a U.S. judge had ordered the papers remain secret, but a British MP defied the order.

Saint Susanna Parish Catholic Church In Massachusetts Nativity Scene Puts Jesus In A Cage To Promote Open Borders And Illegal Immigration
The Catholic Church globally is one of the world’s leading proponents of illegal immigration. Pope Francis himself has said many times that all nations should open their borders and let anyone and everyone come in. He says that how a christian is supposed to show compassion. What Francis forgot to tell you, of course, was how lucrative the illegal migrant business is, and how much money they are making in government grants by promoting and perpetuating it.

Australia’s Current Affair runs Islamic dawah, claims Australians converting to Islam in record numbers
Facebook features this video from Australia’s Current Affair on Australians converting to Islam. Meanwhile, my posts and many, many other posts and pages from conservatives have been taken down from Facebook. Facebook is happy to feature this whitewashed and misleading dawah, but ruthlessly suppresses the truth about Islam.

Insect-Borne Disease Outbreaks Linked to DDT Ban, Not Global Warming
A newly released video explains how outbreaks of deadly insect-borne diseases in the United States are linked more to reductions in the application of the pesticide DDT than to global warming.

Newsweek Thinks There Was Once a “Palestinian” State
Unconscionable. This shows how antisemitic the journalistic establishment media is. Was there ever a “Palestinian” state? No. It is simply a fact. No doubt Muslims inundated Newsweek with angry messages claiming there was, and Newsweek, of course, immediately caved.

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