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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
December 19th, 2018

Rudy Giuliani coins James Comey’s name as new verb
“‘Comey’ (v) means to interfere illicitly with an election,” … “For example ‘The Chicago Democrat machine comied the 1960 election.’

Is the Pacific Ring of Fire Getting Ready for the End-of-Days?
A volcanic eruption in Indonesia followed by a large earthquake is the most recent event that has caused concern among geologists that we are entering a global period of increased seismic activity. Several rabbis weighed in, recognizing the volcanoes as a necessary part of the end-of-days that immediately precedes Redemption.

The New York Times Just Published an Unqualified Recommendation for an Insanely Anti-Semitic Book
The book, recommended by author Alice Walker, repeatedly cites the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, dubs the Talmud “among the most appallingly racist documents on the planet,” and says Jews funded the Holocaust and control the KKK

As the Russian economy and Putin’s popularity tumble, the war drums grow louder and critics take cover
the Russian government may instigate new fighting in neighbouring Ukraine as a way of whipping up both patriotic feeling and support for the President. A buildup of troops and tanks along Russia’s border with Ukraine and the deployment of new missile systems to Crimea suggest Mr. Putin is at least considering a major military operation against Ukraine, says Pavel Felgenhauer, a Moscow-based military analyst. In response to the buildup, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has declared martial law in 10 provinces, including all those that share a border with Russia, and called up some reserve soldiers for training exercises.

Ebola count in DRC hits 500 in growing outbreak
The world’s second-largest Ebola outbreak hit another milestone today, as the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) recorded 2 new cases, raising outbreak totals to 500, including 289 deaths. Of the four new deaths recorded today, two are community deaths in Beni and Mabalako, which took place outside a hospital or Ebola treatment center, raising the risk of transmission, the DRC said.

Owen unleashes wettest December day on record in Australia
Owen was a Category 3 severe tropical cyclone when it moved onshore between Kowanyama and the mouth of the Gilbert River on Friday. Its strength at that time was equivalent to a Category 1 hurricane in the Atlantic or eastern Pacific oceans. Despite weakening as it tracked southeast near the Queensland coastline over the weekend, the storm still produced severe flooding and travel disruptions. In fact, the storm saved its most extreme weather for last as it unloaded historic rainfall on parts of Queensland.

U.S. Makes Great Strides to Help Iraqi Christians, More Remains to Be Done
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump signed into law the Iraq and Syria Genocide Relief and Accountability Act, which will help the United States channel humanitarian and rebuilding assistance to Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria.

Prophetic Warning Ignored and Now Boy Scouts to Declare Bankruptcy
The Wall Street Journal broke the news that the Boy Scouts of America is preparing to declare bankruptcy. Decisions made by their leadership compromising standards and values in place for over 100 years have backfired and now blown up in their face. The tragedy is not only the message sent through their caving to aggressive LGBTQ activists but the effect its had on families and boys throughout America who withdrew in sadness and confusion.

Trump to sign US Space Command order this week, reports say
President Trump is expected to sign an order this week that will officially create the U.S. Space Command.

Jesuits: Here Are the Accused
The Roman Catholic Jesuit province serving much of the eastern United States on Monday released the names of Jesuit priests who face “credible or established” accusations of sexual abuse of minors dating to 1950, the AP reports. In a letter, the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus identified five living Jesuits facing offenses that took place in the province and another eight who are dead. The men—part of a Catholic order that includes more than 16,000 men worldwide—served in churches, high schools, colleges, and other institutions.

‘Israel urged U.S. to pressure Lebanon to help destroy Hezbollah tunnels’ 
Israel asked the United States for assistance in destroying Hezbollah-dug attack tunnels on the Lebanese side of the border, according to Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar. The report said that Israel had asked the Trump Administration to pressure the Lebanese Army into cooperating with UNIFIL in Lebanon, to locate and destroy Hezbollah’s attack tunnels, while Israel carries out its Operation Northern Shield on the Israeli side of the border.

Xi Jinping says China ‘will not seek to dominate’
Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed that his country will not develop at the expense of other nations, in a speech marking 40 years since China introduced major economic reforms. However, he also said that the global superpower would not be told what to do by anyone. Late leader Deng Xiaoping’s campaign of “reform and opening up” began four decades ago.

New Zealand to hold cannabis referendum in 2020
New Zealanders will vote on legalising recreational cannabis in a referendum during the 2020 general election, the country’s justice minister said. A vote was promised by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party last year during cross-party talks, which helped to form a coalition government. It comes a week after lawmakers gave medicinal cannabis the green light.

Yemen war: Ceasefire takes effect in Hudaydah after skirmishes
Fighting between Yemeni pro-government forces and Houthi rebels in the city of Hudaydah has reportedly subsided, after a ceasefire came into effect overnight. Skirmishes continued for several hours following the start of the UN-brokered truce at midnight (21:00 GMT), but locals now say it is relatively calm. UN envoy Martin Griffiths said the initiative seemed to be working so far.

Iraq begins rebuilding of Mosul landmark Great Mosque of al-Nuri
An Iraqi religious leader has laid a foundation stone for the rebuilding of Mosul’s Great Mosque of al-Nuri, which was damaged by Islamic State militants. The head of the Sunni Muslim Endowment, Abdul Latif al-Humayim, was joined by UN and EU dignitaries for the ceremony. The mosque, whose leaning minaret was one of Mosul’s most famous landmarks, is where IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed a “caliphate” in 2014.

Gene-edited farm animals are coming. Will the public eat them?
Three cows clomped, single-file, through a chute to line up for sonograms – ultrasound “preg checks” – to reveal if they were expecting calves next summer. “Right now. This is exciting, right this minute,” animal geneticist Alison Van Eenennaam said as she waited for a tiny blob of a fetus to materialize on a laptop screen…at the Beef Barn, part of the University of California at Davis’s sprawling agricultural facilities for teaching and research.

US targets Hamas, Hezbollah with anti-human shield legislation
The US House of Representatives passed legislation targeting those who use “human shields” in military confrontations with Israel. The tactic is often employed by Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and the Iranian-backed Lebanese Hezbollah organization, who Israel says conceal their arsenals in civilian structures such as schools, homes and hospitals.

Japan to buy more U.S.-made stealth jets, radar to counter China, Russia
Japan will accelerate spending on advanced stealth fighters, long-range missiles and other equipment over the next five years to support U.S. forces facing China’s military in the Western Pacific, two new government defense papers said. The plans are the clearest indication yet of Japan’s ambition to become a regional power as a military build-up by China and a resurgent Russia puts pressure on its U.S. ally.

Chinese Pastor Penned a Powerful Declaration of Faith Before Being Dragged Off to Prison
As Tyler O’Neil has written for PJ Media, the communist regime of China has arrested about 100 Chinese Christians. Among those arrested was Pastor Wang Yi. Realizing that the Chinese government was going to soon be going after his church, Pastor Yi wrote a letter in September explaining why he disobeys the rulers God has placed over him. He instructed members of his church to release the letter if he was detained for more than 48 hours.

Prosecutors Announce Largest Ever International Sex Trafficking Bust in the US
A federal jury has convicted 36 people for their roles in an international sex trafficking ring, making the case the largest of its kind in the United States, prosecutors have announced.

Storms shatter records in the East, create massive waves in the West
Powerful storms drenched the East and West coasts over the weekend, shattering rainfall records in the Washington, D.C., area and creating office tower-sized waves off the California coast.

Soros Org Gave $500K To Activists Who Accosted Pam Bondi At Movie Theater
The left-wing activist group that accosted Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a movie theater in June received half a million dollars in 2017 from an organization funded by left-wing billionaire George Soros in 2017, documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation reveal.

See jaw-dropping evidence of ‘real Mount Sinai’
A new short film, “Finding the Mountain of Moses: The Real Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia,” was released Monday that takes viewers into a highly restricted zone in the Islamic kingdom with an abundance of features that fit the biblical description of the place where the Ten Commandments were given after the Israelites fled captivity in Egypt.

France Prepares ‘Chemical Weapon’ to Use Against Yellow Vests as ‘Last Resort’
French security services are preparing a chemical weapon to ‘smother’ the center of Paris in a last-ditch attempt to stop protesters away from buildings, according to reports.

Berkeley scientists developing artificial intelligence tool to combat ‘hate speech’ on social media
Scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, are developing a tool that uses artificial intelligence to identify “hate speech” on social media, a program that researchers hope will out-perform human beings in identifying bigoted comments on Twitter, Reddit and other online platforms.

Could America’s “Deep Underground Seismic Scar” Be Re-Awakening?
Large earthquakes aren’t supposed to happen in Tennessee.  On Wednesday, the largest earthquake in 45 years hit eastern Tennessee, and it made headlines all over the nation.  The magnitude 4.4 quake was so powerful that it was felt in portions of Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Kentucky.  Significant shaking was even felt as far away as Atlanta, and that was highly unusual.  The original earthquake was rapidly followed by a magnitude 3.0 aftershock, and subsequently there were several other noteworthy aftershocks.

House Democrats Ready Bill to Criminalize Private Gun Sales
The incoming Democrat House majority is readying legislation to criminalize private gun sales.

Over 100 Christians Arrested In China, Pastor Faces 5 Years In Prison
The Demonic World Council Of Churches Joins With The Vatican To Promote Forced Global Migration Of Illegals

Czech politicians want to ban Islam completely as it ‘colonises society’
Political leaders in Czech Republic have previously condemned Islam in strong terms. Now, politicians in the Czech Parliament are discussing the complete ban of the religion.

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