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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
December 12th, 2018

PHOTO-SPREAD: Dedication of Altar for Third Temple
The altar was made of aerated concrete and constructed on a metal frame specifically designed to be loaded on a flatbed truck. Though not ideal, it is entirely kosher for use in the Temple service. Special vessels have also been prepared to be ready at a moment’s notice should the need arise to jumpstart the Temple service.

US destroyer conducts freedom-of-navigation operation near Russia amid heightened tensions
The purpose of the operation was to uphold the rights, freedom and lawful uses of the sea for the United States and other nations, said a statement by U.S. Pacific Fleet spokeswoman Lt. j.g. Rachel McMarr. Russia on Tuesday was accused by all 29 NATO members of violating the Cold War-era Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty by deploying a missile that could reach Europe.

Russian Defense Ministry unveils new laser weapon
Russia’s Defense Ministry has unveiled a new laser weapons system, the latest in a series of advanced offensive systems that the Kremlin has pledged to pursue. A video published on the ministry’s Twitter feed on December 5 showed the new Peresvet system being moved out of a hangar and put on display.

Miracle of Ingathering at Dedication of Altar for Third Temple
After months of intensive study, the Sanhedrin ordered a stone altar built, scheduling its dedication to take place on the last day of Hanukkah just outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. On Monday, the last day of Hanukkah, the Sanhedrin called out to the 70 Nations to join in the consecration of the altar for the Third Temple. A full-dress reenactment of the daily sacrifice was held and a representative of a South American nation who attended was the recipient of a miraculous fulfillment of the Messianic promise of the ingathering of the exiles. The sections of meat were arranged on the ramp leading up to the altar in the ritually prescribed manner and one piece was thrown onto the fire on the altar to be burned completely.

Survey: 38% of European Jews Considering Escape from Europe
The report was compiled by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, which was established to uphold human rights and fight all forms of racism. According to the report, 89% of Jews surveyed said that anti-Semitism in the EU had risen significantly in the past five years, with 85% saying that anti-Semitism was the most serious problem they faced.

Ex-IDF deputy chief: Beware of Gulf states, their values are different than ours 
Israel should solidify its control over the Golan Heights, deal more closely with the Kurds, and be careful in its relationship with the Persian Gulf countries because their set of values are significantly different than Israel’s, Yair Golan, until recently the IDF’s deputy chief of staff, said… Golan…said that Israel now has a “strategic opportunity” to make the Israeli presence on the Golan Heights permanent, something he said is “crucial to the security of Israel.”

Netanyahu vows no Jew to be uprooted from West Bank as long as he leads 
“As long as I am the prime minister of Israel, not a single Jew will be uprooted from his home,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday at the dedication of a new interchange in the West Bank on Tuesday. Not only will no Jewish homes be uprooted in Judea and Samaria, he said at the ceremony near Geva Binyamin in the Binyamin region, but more homes will be built.

Report: Russia and Turkey expand arms sales, US remains biggest armorer 
Russia is becoming a major arms producer, the second largest in the world according to a new survey of the global arms industry released by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Turkey’s arms industry is also increasing in size, while Israel has three companies in the top 50 of arms-producing companies in the world.

Iran says it recently tested a ballistic missile 
A senior Revolutionary Guards commander said…that Iran had recently carried out a ballistic missile test but he did not specify what kind of missile had been tested, according to Fars News. The comment appeared to confirm a report by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who said early this month that Iran had test-fired “a medium range ballistic missile that is capable of carrying multiple warheads.” The missile could hit all of the Middle East and parts of Europe, Pompeo said.

Trump’s peace plan for Israel-Palestinian conflict facing more delays 
The Trump administration plans to unveil its long-awaited peace plan in February, but its release may be delayed until March or April as it trains new staff on a team dedicated to the coming diplomatic effort, according to US officials familiar with the matter. Publication of the plan – a project that is two years in the making, led by US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and his longtime attorney and adviser, Jason Greenblatt – has faced repeated delays.

Brexit: Theresa May meeting EU leaders in bid to rescue deal
Theresa May is meeting European leaders and EU officials on Tuesday for talks aimed at rescuing her Brexit deal. She is holding talks with Dutch PM Mark Rutte and Germany’s Angela Merkel after postponing a Commons vote on the deal. The UK PM has said she needs “further assurances” about the Northern Ireland border plan to get backing from MPs.

France yellow vest protests: Macron promises wage rise
France’s President Emmanuel Macron has promised a minimum wage rise and tax concessions in response to weeks of violent protests. France has seen four weekends of violent protests against fuel tax rises, living costs and other issues. Speaking in a televised address, Mr Macron condemned the violence but said the protesters’ anger was “deep, and in many ways legitimate”.

US-Russian spat over Russian bombers landing in Venezuela
Russian and US officials have been involved in a spat over the landing in Venezuela of two Russian bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The two Tu-160 bombers landed in Venezuela on Monday in a Russian show of support for the government of socialist President Nicolás Maduro. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the deployment amounted to a “squandering of public funds”.

Stocks are on track for the worst year in a decade. Four experts weigh in on what 2019 will bring
Stocks saw a huge reversal on Monday as investors are trying to sort out which of the litany of market factors will have the biggest impact on their portfolios in 2019. Fears of slowing global economic growth, a hiking Fed and peak earnings have all weighed on Wall Street in recent months, putting the S&P 500 on track for its worst annual performance since 2008. Four experts weigh in on what they’ll be keeping an eye on as a volatile 2018 draws to a close.

Supreme Court gives victory to Planned Parenthood in Medicaid case
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left lower court victories intact for Planned Parenthood in a legal battle with states over access by Medicaid patients to the group’s services. The dispute did not involve abortion, but the action by the justices keeps a hot-button political issue off the docket. Three of the court’s conservatives said the court should have taken the case.

Time to allow the Ten Commandments in Texas classrooms?
State Rep. Dan Flynn of Van wants to make sure that any Texas teacher who wants to display the Ten Commandments in his or her classroom may do so. That’s why he filed House Bill 307 that says school officials — particularly school board trustees — cannot prevent copies of those commandments from being posted “in a prominent location” in classrooms.

Steamboat Geyser breaks historical yearly eruption record
The Steamboat Geyser in Yellowstone National Park broke decades-old records when it erupted for the 30th time in 2018 Saturday. Yellowstone National Park reports Saturday’s eruption surpasses the all-time record for the number of documented eruptions in a calendar year which was 29 in 1964. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the geyser erupted at 1:07 a.m.

Ebola vaccine is having ‘major impact’ but Congo outbreak may still explode
As an Ebola outbreak in a conflict-plagued region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) continues to spread after 4 months, there’s a glimmer of hope: An experimental Ebola vaccine appears to be helping the communities it reaches. More than 40,000 people have received the vaccine, by far the largest use of it since a trial in 2015 showed it worked well.

Hezbollah wages psychological war against the IDF 
The psychological warfare between Israel and Hezbollah intensifies as Operation Northern Shield enters its second week. The Shiite terror organization has been releasing footage of IDF troops operating in the Israeli enclave along the Lebanese border, while the IDF published Monday a recording of the sounds of tunnel diggings.

IMF warns storm clouds gathering for global economy
One of the International Monetary Fund’s top officials warned on Tuesday that storm clouds were gathering over the global economy and that governments and central banks might not be well- equipped to cope. The fund had been urging governments to “fix the roof” during a sunny last two years for the world economy, IMF First Deputy Managing Director David Lipton said.

Japan to ramp up defense spending to pay for new fighters, radar
Japan aims to boost defense spending over the next five years to help pay for new stealth fighters and other advanced U.S. military equipment, a source with knowledge of the plan said on Tuesday. The Ministry of Defence will this month present a plan to spend 27 trillion yen ($239.5 billion) on its military over five years starting from April 2019, said the government source who declined to identified.

Syria denies attack on Damascus airport as local residents hear blasts
Syrian state media denied reports of an attack on Damascus international airport as residents of the area said they heard the sound of explosions on Sunday night.

Deadly Winter Storm Diego Strands Virginia Drivers For Hours; Over 100,000 Remain Without Power in Southeast 
More than 108,000 customers remained without power Monday night after Winter Storm Diego unleashed its wrath on the Southeast over the weekend, killing at least three people in North Carolina, another in Tennessee and stranding drivers for hours on a Virginia interstate.

Google Approves App For Muslims to Report People Who Commit Blasphemy, Insult Islam
Google approved a new Android app called “Smart Pakem,” which would help Muslims in Indonesia report their fellow countrymen if they dare commit blasphemy, or insult Mohammed or Islam.

Antibiotics raise the risk of kidney stones by almost 30%, study finds 
Kidney stones are supposed to be a rare occurrence in children. However, it is now considered an “epidemic” among the young, and that the overall incidence of kidney stones has increased by 70 percent in the past 30 years.

Bible plagues back? Hail with fire, ice covers desert
The Saudi desert turned white with hailstones. Lightning, accompanied by hail, set fire to a remote Australian landscape. And pounding hail killed at least one person and livestock in Swaziland. It all happened at about the same time,

AGENDA 21: Yellow Vest Protests Reach Sweden As Thousands Of Swedes Gather To Protest UN Global Migration Pact
Europe is one of those places where you just assume the vast majority of people are Far Left Liberals, and for the most part that’s true. But even Liberals in Europe don’t want to pay a globalist ‘climate tax‘ bundled into their fuel costs, and they don’t want unchecked, open border migration.

Pope Francis Implementing Change Of Lord’s Prayer: ‘Lead Us Not Into Temptation’
The Vatican under Pope Francis will soon be implementing a change to the Lord’s Prayer, also known as the Pater Noster, switching out the line “lead us not into temptation” for the Francis-approved “abandon us not into temptation.”

Execs At Michael Bloomberg’s Company Expected To Be Arrested For Fraud
The Manhattan district attorney’s office and New York state police are expected to arrest several senior executives in former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s finance company on fraud charges Tuesday, The New York Times reported.

Live Nativity Comes to DC
Police officers will stop traffic as camels, sheep and a donkey accompany Mary, Joseph and the Baby Jesus, the Three Wise Men and shepherds dressed in first century attire as they proceed around the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday.

105 Illegal Aliens, Including Pedophiles and Gang Members, Arrested in ICE Raid
105 illegal aliens have been arrested during a sweeping raid across the state of New Jersey, with pedophiles, child abusers, and violent gang members among those apprehended by ICE agents.

British PM Theresa May: Pedophiles Should Be Allowed To Adopt Children Too
With Theresa May on shaky ground as the current Conservative leader and British Prime Minister, details of an executive order she made that would give more rights to child abusers, has come to light.

FEC Records Indicate Hillary Campaign Illegally Laundered $84 Million
The press continues to feed the dying Russia collusion conspiracy theory, spending Friday’s news cycle regurgitating Democrat talking points from the just-filed Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act lawsuit against the Trump campaign, WikiLeaks, and Russia.

Winter Storm Sweeps South: 300,000+ No Power, 1,500 Canceled Flights
A massive winter storm containing rain, sleet, and snow is sweeping the southeastern United States, leaving more than 300,000 without power and 1,500 flights canceled.

Some Guests Are Coming to Earth for Dinner 
…He told me that the Germans told him that the knowledge came from aliens, but they had never met them. It was my father’s belief that the technology came from satanic demons, not aliens. However, he became aware of Operation Blue Beam, though his work as a Naval Intelligence Officer. He told me that one day, there would be a great deception and demons masquerading as aliens would make their presence known on the Earth as they had done before.

REPORT: Uranium One Informant Reveals Russians “Bragged About Bribing Clintons”
In a video report released Monday, veteran political pollster Dick Morris, revealed FBI informant William Campbell told congressional investigators that Russians involved in the Uranium One deal bragged about bribing the Clintons.

GOOD TRUMP: U.S. Ends Reliance On Foreign Oil For First Time In 75 Years
For the first time in 75 years, the United States exported more oil than it imported, carrying out a pledge from President Trump that America can achieve “energy independence.”

Prepare for President Trump to call upon American citizens to defend the Republic against the lawless deep state
Even though Robert Mueller is repeatedly indicting former Trump associates for lying to the government — a “process crime” – James Comey just gave testimony to Congress in which he lied hundreds of times. Yet nothing has happened to James Comey (yet). President Trump may soon be indicted for “campaign finance violations,” warn lawless Democrats, yet Hillary Clinton pre-sold White House influence to foreign oligarchs for hundreds of millions of dollars on the assumption that Democrats had successfully stolen the 2016 election.

The Growing War Between Globalism and Nationalism Is Being Fought On the Streets of Paris
As we all know, President Trump ordered the American military to the border to oppose the dangerous and unlawful entry of unknown migrants into the United States. We know that a certain percentage of would-be border crashers are from such terrorist groups as MS-13, ISIS and the Muslim Brotherhood.

The UN hits a new low, as their leader suggests deploying armed forces to protect Muslim ‘Palestinians’ from the Israeli Army
The protection of Palestinian civilians could be improved by the deployment of UN-mandated armed forces or unarmed observers, a beefed-up UN civilian presence or expanded UN assistance, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres wrote in a report on Friday.

South Africa Fast-Tracks Plans for White Farmers Land Grab
White farmers in South Africa will soon be forced off their land, without compensation, as the government fast-tracks an amendment to the Constitution that will make the farmland grabs legal.

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