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by From the Internet   
December 9th, 2018

A coalition in crisis – How long can Bibi rule with 61 Knesset seats? 
Political pundits were already choosing possible dates in the spring for new elections after Avigdor Liberman’s dramatic decision on November 14 to resign as defense minister and pull his Yisrael Beytenu party out of the coalition left Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with a wafer-thin majority of only 61 out of 120 Knesset members.

Chang’e-4: China mission launches to far side of Moon
China has launched the first mission to land a robotic craft on the far side of the Moon, Chinese media say. The Chang’e-4 mission will see a static lander and rover touch down in Von Kármán crater, located on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth. The payload blasted off atop a Long March 3B rocket from Xichang Satellite Launch Center.

Syria war: US and UK say alleged rebel chemical attack ‘fabricated’
The US and the UK have accused the Syrian government and its Russian allies of fabricating a story accusing rebel fighters of a chemical attack. The US state department said the purpose was to “undermine confidence” in the ceasefire in Idlib province. Syria and Russia said shells carrying chlorine gas injured about 100 people in the government-held city of Aleppo last month.

Greece becomes war zone as thousands of rioters hit streets on 10th anniversary of teenage ‘police brutality’ killing
RIOTERS torched cars and hurled flares at cops to mark the tenth anniversary of a ‘police brutality’ killing. Hundreds of demonstrators marched through Athens in tribute to 15-year-old Alexandros Grigoropoulos, who was gunned down by officers in 2008. Riot police were forced to storm the Exarchia district with batons and tear gas after protesters started throwing petrol bombs and fireworks.

Are You Ready for the ‘Inevitable’ Clampdown on Tech and the Media?
One of the most remarkable statements ever made by the CEO of a major corporation…there was Tim Cook, the head of Apple, spitting in the eye of the very economy that made his company the highest valued corporation on the planet. “I am not a big fan of regulation,” Cook told Axios in an interview. “I’m a big believer in the free market. But we have to admit when the free market is not working….”

Iran’s Rouhani says sanctions may lead to drugs, refugee, bomb ‘deluge’
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani predicted a “deluge” of drugs, refugees and attacks on the West if U.S. sanctions weaken Iran’s ability to contain them. “I warn those who impose sanctions that if Iran’s ability to fight drugs and terrorism are affected … you will not be safe from a deluge of drugs, asylum seekers, bombs and terrorism,” Rouhani said in a speech carried live on state television.

OPEC, Russia agree to slash oil output despite Trump pressure
OPEC and its Russia-led allies agreed on Friday to slash oil production by more than the market had expected despite pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump to reduce the price of crude. The producer club will curb output from January by 0.8 million barrels per day versus October levels while non-OPEC allies contribute an additional 0.4 million bpd of cuts, in a move to be reviewed at a meeting in April.

Vatican Consultant Fr. James Martin Promotes Pro-LGBT Rosary
Jesuit priest Fr. James Martin, an American who pushes a pro-LGBT agenda in the Catholic Church and who was made a consultant to the Vatican’s Secretariat for Communications by Pope Francis, is now promoting a rosary (prayer beads) that includes a “rainbow” fifth decade for people to pray “for LGBT couples, their children, and extended families.”

Major storm brings record rain, mudslides, road closures and snow to Southern California
Southern California was pounded by a fierce winter storm Thursday that dumped several inches of snow and rain, unleashing mud and debris flows in Malibu and forcing mandatory evacuations in recent burn zones.

Nebraska Elementary School Principal On Administrative Leave After Banning Candy Canes Because ‘J’ Is For Jesus
A Nebraska elementary school principal was placed on administrative leave Thursday after banning various Christmas decorations like candy canes, reindeer and Christmas trees over religious concerns.

New York Times columnist defends anti-Zionism
Michelle Goldberg says as long as Israeli government de facto opposed to Palestinian statehood, rejecting Jewish ethno-nationalism is legitimate and does constitute anti-Semitism

Hundreds Of Thousands Expected To Lose Power As Winter Storm Approaches
The governor of North Carolina has declared a state of emergency as the state braces for a major winter storm, with thousands expected to lose power.

Virginia Teacher Sacked For Misgendering Transgender Student
A Virginia high school teacher was sacked Thursday for allegedly misgendering a student, marking the first time in the state that an educator has lost a job for using biological pronouns to refer to a student.

Trudeau Hints At Total Handgun Ban For Canada 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is again flirting with the idea of a total handgun and assault weapon ban in the country — insisting that would “counter the violence” on Canadian streets.

Archaeologists given fresh hope in the hunt for more Dead Sea Scrolls
Archaeologists have been given fresh hope in the search for more Dead Sea Scrolls manuscripts after stumbling across 2,000-year-old pottery.

Pedophile Ring Busted in Canada, Victims As Young As 3-Years-Old Rescued
Police have arrested 122 people as part of a massive investigation into a pedophile network operating in Ontario, Canada.

Churches Could Be Forced to Hire LGBT Employees—Including Pastors
Churches in Austin, Texas, may soon be forced to hire homosexual and transgender employees, including pastors, if a city ordinance is implemented.

France and Germany Order EU States to Open Up Borders for Mass Migration
Since the European migrant crisis started back in 2015, there has been growing tension among EU members regarding asylum seekers who will take them.

Record 156,795,000 Employed in USA, 13th Record-Breaker Under Trump
The November employment report, released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, shows the economy added 150,000 jobs, well below the (revised) 237,000 added last month.

“I Know Where All The Bodies Are Buried”: Clinton Foundation CFO Spills Beans To Investigators
The CFO of the Clinton Foundation, thinking he was “meeting an old professional acquaintance,” admitted to investigators that the charity had widespread problems with governance, accounting and conflicts of interest, and that Bill Clinton has been commingling business and personal expenses for a long time, reports The Hill‘s John Solomon.

Immigrant children being organ harvested in massive global organ trade racket that’s beginning to be exposed 
Nikos Kotzias, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, has just confirmed the existence of a massive child organ harvesting ring. Kotzias stated in a recent interview that Greek diplomats have been issuing visas to unaccompanied children, with the intent of facilitating the illegal removal of their organs.

Gusher: Feds ID largest energy find ‘ever,’ worth 7 years of fuel
The Interior Department has identified a massive basin of oil and natural gas in Texas and New Mexico, enough to cover nearly seven years of all U.S. needs.

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