Iran rejects Benjamin Netanyahu’s warning to leave Syria
Russia and Iran have cooperated to keep Bashar Assad in power in the face of a civil war, and Iran is hoping to expand its military capabilities across Syria to its terrorist proxies in Lebanon. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
Iran won’t withdraw from Syria unless President Bashar Assad asks it to leave, a senior Iranian diplomat told reporters in Russia, one day after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened military action to force Iran’s departure.
"They are there at the Syrian government’s request to resolve issues that the Syrian people have been facing," Iranian deputy foreign minister Jaberi Ansari said Tuesday.
Russia and Iran have cooperated to keep Assad in power in the face of a civil war, and Iran is hoping to expand its military capabilities across Syria to its terrorist proxies in Lebanon. Ansari is in Sochi, Russia for a diplomatic summit on a political settlement to the crisis. Syrian opposition leaders and the United States declined to attend, preferring a United Nations-led process, but NATO ally Turkey joined the event.
Liberman: In future war, Lebanon will ‘pay full price’ for Iran ties
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman during a ceremony for the Jewish holiday of Tu Bishvat in Kibbutz Kfar Aza, in southern Israel, January 31, 2018. (Flash90)
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said Wednesday that should war erupt again with Lebanon, Beirut will “pay the full price” for Iran’s entrenchment in the country.
Speaking at an annual conference held by Tel Aviv University’s Institute for National Security Studies, Liberman said that Lebanon will be held to account in a future war because, led by the terrorist Hezbollah group, it has “sacrificed its national interests by subjugating fully to Iran.”
“Lebanon’s army and Hezbollah are the same — they will all pay the full price in the event of an escalation,” Liberman said. “If a conflict does break out in the north, ‘boots on the ground’ remains an option. We won’t allow scenes like in 2006, where we saw citizens of Beirut on the beach while Israelis in Tel Aviv sat in shelters.”
Just like the the Cold War in the 1940s and 1950s, each side has reason to fear its opponent gaining a technological upper hand.
It is almost unimaginable that 46 senators would vote against the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. But that’s just what happened, with two Republicans joining 44 Democrats to cast their truly vile vote.
RUMORS OF WAR: Is There A War Brewing Between Israel And Lebanon?
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Lebanon was warned recently by Israeli spokesperson and Israel Defense Force Brig. Gen. Ronen Manelis that war could break out between the two countries if Iran continues its development of precision missiles within Lebanon. Manelis blames the Lebanese government and the “blind eye” of some in the international community who have stood by and watched as Hezbollah, the political and
militant arm of the Shiite Islamist political party based in Lebanon, has built an arsenal within the country. “Lebanon has become – both by its own actions and omissions and by a blind eye from many members of the international community – one large missile factory,” Manelis wrote. He went on to add that Iran is no longer just funding Hezbollah in Iran’s quest to destroy Israel but rather Iran is “now here.”
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Flu Shots Increases Risk Of Infecting Others 6-Fold, Study Concludes
January 30, 2018 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News, US 1
A bombshell new study published in PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Science) has found that people are 6.3 times more likely to infect others with the influenza virus if they have received a flu shot.
The provocative study detected that subjects who received the dangerous vaccine had abnormally high levels of aerosol shredding of flu virus particles – placing those around them at risk.
Greenmedinfo.com reports: The study found that flu carriers exhale significant quantities of infectious influenza virus, and that counterintuitively, sneezing is rare and not important for influenza virus aerosolization; nor is coughing required to transmit these particles. Simply breathing will do. Additionally, the study found that males shed influenza viruses in greater quantity than females through fine aerosols, and women cough more frequently. But what is most salient about the study was the following finding:
Erdogan Threatens To Invade US-Occupied Syria
January 30, 2018 Niamh Harris News, World 0
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has vowed that Turkish military operations in Syria will reach as far as the Iraqi border in order to clear the entire area of terrorists.
He said that when the Turkish-rebel coalition is successful in Afrin he will launch another offensive to dislodge the US-backed Kurdish militias from Manbij as well: “’Operation Olive Branch’ will continue until it reaches its goals. We will rid Manbij of terrorists, as was promised to us before. Our battles will continue until no terrorist is left right up to our border with Iraq“
Erdogan’s foreign minister said Ankara wants to see US withdraw from Manbij immediately.
Hurriyet Daily News reports:
His remarks came as “Operation Olive Branch,” which targets the People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria’s northwestern Afrin district, marks its first week.
1st super blue blood moon eclipse in 150 yrs
A rare confluence of a blue moon, a super moon, a blood moon and a total lunar eclipse is underway in the sky over parts of the US. It is the first one to occur in decades.
Top-secret Australian govt files ‘sold at second-hand shop’
Canberra has launched an investigation into how hundreds of top-secret documents spanning five governments and dubbed The Cabinet Files ended up being sold at a second-hand furniture shop in the Australian capital.
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by Majid Rafizadeh • January 31, 2018 at 4:00 am
- "Foreign students have one of the highest rates of overstaying visas of any category — much higher even than tourist visas. It’s one of the favorite visas for terrorists to try to obtain, because it offers a longer duration of stay." — Jessica M. Vaughan, the director of policy studies for the Center for Immigration Studies.
- According to the Department of Homeland Security, there were approximately 739,000 immigrants who overstayed their visas last year alone. Roughly 80,000 of those were foreign students.
- Worse, jihadists do not even need to obtain a university admission to set foot in the US. They can get a student visa by obtaining an admission from a school to learn English. Many of these Islamists can alter their area of study once they set foot in the US. An agent of the Iranian regime, for instance, may get a visa to study English in the US, but once he arrives, he can switch that major to study nuclear physics, to help his regime obtain nuclear weapons.
by Judith Bergman • January 31, 2018 at 5:00 am
- The European Union has programs in place that seek heavily to influence mainstream news outlets and journalists with its own agendas — such as that of continued mass-migration into Europe from Africa and the Middle East. For this purpose, the European Commission recently funded the publication of a handbook with guidelines for journalists on how to write about migrants and migration.
- It is seemingly in the interest of these media representatives to label competition from alternative or new media, "fake news".
- A proposed French law would allow authorities to block websites during election seasons, a draconian measure to combat political opponents, which would place France in the same category as countries such as China and Iran that block websites that do not suit the agendas of the regime.
vaccine BOMBSHELL: 630% more “aerosolized flu virus particles” emitted by people who received flu shots… flu vaccines actually SPREAD the flu
630% more aerosolized flu virus particles shed by vaccinated individuals
The study, which examined 355 volunteers who were sick with flu-like symptoms, found that people who previously received flu shots emitted sharply higher quantities of flu virus particles that can infect other people. From the study:
Fine-aerosol viral RNA was also positively associated with having influenza vaccination for both the current and prior season… We provide overwhelming evidence that humans generate infectious aerosols and quantitative data to improve mathematical models of transmission and public health interventions… Our observation of an association between repeated vaccination and increased viral aerosol generation demonstrated the power of our method, but needs confirmation.
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IDF chief warns Hezbollah ‘growing stronger’
Palestinian activists disrupt a meeting between members of an American economic delegation and the Head of the Bethlehem Chamber for Commerce and Industry in the West Bank town of Bethlehem on January 30, 2018. (AFP Photo/Musa Al-Shaer)
IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot says Lebanon’s Hezbollah is “growing stronger in its military capabilities.”
Speaking at an event marking the anniversary of the 1997 helicopter disaster, Eisenkot accuses the terror group of “violating UN Security Council resolutions,” namely by maintaining an armed presence in southern Lebanon, according to the Ynet news site.
He also says the IDF is “working day and night to ensure preparedness and deterrence against these threats.”
More than 400 after-shocks have rattled the Gulf Of Alaska after the powerful mag 7.9 rocked Kodiak Island on Tuesday with many of them significant and some in the mid 5 magnitude.
The huge earthquake of magnitude 8.2, reduced by USGS to a mag 7.9 struck 256 km (157 miles) southeast of Chiniak, Alaska at a depth of 10 km n Tuesday morning, see below.
With American west coast residents well aware a "big one" is guaranteed probably sooner rather than later Tuesdays massive quake came as quite a shock, especially as a tsunami warning, was issued for the entire west coast which turned out to be a glitch from data sent by an Alaskan buoy at station 46410.
On Friday morning the US West Coast rode their luck once again when a mag 5.8 – 173km struck W of Ferndale, California with a mag 5.0 after-shock, which could have been much worse.
"The Big One" is well overdue, according to Wikipedia, a study published in 2006 in the journal "Nature" found that the San Andreas fault has reached a sufficient stress level for an earthquake of
Super Blue Blood Moon 2018: What, when and where?
On Jan. 31, a total lunar eclipse will occur with a blue moon, known as a Super Blue Blood Moon. The eclipse will be at least partially visible across the United States starting early in the morning. (Click here for more details.)
By no stretch of the definition is a full moon rare. It happens approximately once a month, or every 29.5 days. Occasionally, it happens twice in one month, approximately every three years or so. This event is known as a Blue Moon, according to Fox 5 DC.
The Blood Moon occurs because the Earth is passing between the Moon and the Sun, which gives the Moon a reddish tint to it. It’s caused by light bending around the Earth because of gravity passing around a portion of the atmosphere, more commonly known as a lunar eclipse.
A Blue Moon combined with a Supermoon (when the Moon is at its closest point to Earth and appears to be 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than normal) the rare phenomena is called a Super Blue Blood Moon happens. Supermoons generally only occur once every 14 months and will not happen again until January 2019.
The last time all of these events occurred simultaneously in the Western hemisphere was 1866.
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Here comes another event where liberal celebrities get to tell you how you should live or think. Good thing that these shows are bigniing to crash and burn. The average American are tired of these relentless annoying hypocritical musicians and Hollywood elitists who believe that they are the moral voice of America. American viewers has shun the Grammy’s and in retaliation ratings have plunged 24% compared to last year. An all time low. Americans are sick of being lectured by tedious, annoying, out of touch, virtue signalling celebrities.
Transgender activists believe that feelings define people. And if our feelings are out-of-sync with our bodies, then our bodies must change–through any chemical or surgical means necessary, even if that person is a young child.
IDF spokesman Brig. Gen. Ronen Manelis warned in a op-ed on a Lebanese opposition website that a war could break out between the two countries if Iran and Hezbollah’s presences in the country continue to grow.
Beyond the crazy guilt-by-association stories, the debate over homeschooling boils down to this: Who is responsible for our kids’ education?