BOMBSHELL: Hillary Clinton’s illegal email server was hacked by Chinese spies, exposing America’s secrets to communist enemies
08/30/2018 / By JD Heyes
In Hillary Clinton’s relentless pursuit of secrecy during her tenure as President Obama’s Secretary of State, she set up a private email server she used both in her personal and official capacity, even receiving communications from time to time from the commander-in-chief himself.
Aug 31, 2018 @ 18:25 1 Russia, Iran, Syria and Hamas have launched six steps to counter the US-Israeli plan to hit Iranian military targets in Syria, which National Security Adviser John Bolton finalized in Jerusalem
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What are these strange sounds from the sky? Trumpet sounds heard in the skies of Bavaria, Germany on August 4, 2018 Weird noise in the sky of Penang, Malaysia on August 9, 2018 Apocalypse sounds coming from…
Manatee, marine life fatalities add up
A dead manatee floated up in Anna Maria Sound Aug. 26 to the dock at the Sunrise Lane home of Holmes Beach Commissioner Judy Titsworth.
She said there were only a few dead fish on the waterway, but red tide is suspected in the manatee death.
She said a team from Mote Marine Laboratory was on its way to collect the manatee. Islander Courtesy Photo: Judy Titsworth
Below is just a handful of fish-die-offs in August which impacted the US, these catastrophes are mostly only covered by local news stations and never linked together nationally which keeps the "big picture" out of the eyes of the greater public who understandably have no idea of the carnage, our oceans and waterways are dying.
Russia to hold Mediterranean drills as Syria tensions rise; to deploy 25 ships, 30 jets
Illustrative image of the Admiral Kuznetsov aircraft carrier on a mission in the eastern Mediterranean Sea on January 4, 2017. (Russian Defense Ministry Press Service/ Photo via AP)
MOSCOW — Russia has announced major military drills in the Mediterranean Sea amid growing tensions over a rebel-held enclave in Syria.
The Defense Ministry told Russian news agencies on Thursday that Russia will deploy 25 ships, including a missile cruiser, and 30 jets for the maneuvers in the first week of September. The military says the drills will focus on anti-air and anti-submarine defense.
It says Moscow has notified international organizations of the drills, which may make it dangerous for aircraft and ships to operate in the area.
Iran said to give Iraqi militias ballistic missiles capable of hitting Israel
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, left, briefs the media as Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan listens after unveiling the surface-to-surface Fateh-313, or Conqueror, missile in a ceremony marking Defense Industry Day in Iran, August 22, 2015. (Iranian Presidency Office via AP)
For the first time, Iran is deploying ballistic missiles in its western neighbor Iraq with a range that makes them capable of hitting Israel and Sunni rival Saudi Arabia.
According to a report by the Reuters news service, several dozen such rockets are already deployed with Iran’s Shiite proxies in Iraq, while Tehran is working to make sure its allied militias in the country are capable of building more rockets indigenously. That includes the installation of manufacturing facilities in al-Zafaraniya, which lies east of Baghdad, in Jurf al-Sakhar, north of Karbala and in Iraqi Kurdistan, according to various sources cited in the report. Iran has also been training militia members in operating the new weapons.
A new semester is starting and with it another litany of college courses that are more post-modern, post-colonial, post-gender and post-sanity than the last.
A new Pentagon report to congress details how China has begun training its long-range bombers for attacks on the United States and Taiwan as well as continuing to expand and modernize its ground forces.
Flu-pocalypse: The shocking failure of the flu vaccine exposed
(Natural News) Back-to-school season is here. Alongside sales, shopping and students, you may have noticed that something else is back: The flu shot. The push to get vaccinated is in full swing, whether you’re at the grocery store or simply watching the evening news. "It’s never too early to get the flu shot," vaccine pushers are saying. … [Read More…]
DEVELOPING: Argentina Currency Collapses; Rates Hiked To 60%! IMF Rescue May Be Imminent
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Argentina is struggling to cope with yet another financial crisis. Investors are increasingly concerned Latin America’s third-largest economy could soon default as it struggles to repay heavy government borrowing. This comes after Argentina’s government unexpectedly asked for the early release of a $50 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wednesday.
The Argentine peso crashed to record lows on the news. It saw steep losses in the previous session and collapsed another 15 percent to hit 39 pesos against the U.S. dollar on Thursday morning. The peso is down more than 45 percent against the greenback this year, exacerbating pre-existing fears over the country’s weakening economy while inflation is running at 25.4 percent this year.
US Warns Russia and Syria Not to Use Chemical Weapons Again, While Russia Adds Warships Near Syria
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Top US officials are warning the Russian and Syrian governments against chemical weapons use in Syria as forces allied with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad prepare for an offensive on a rebel stronghold. The United States “will respond to any verified chemical weapons use in Idlib or elsewhere in Syria in a swift and appropriate manner,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert told reporters in Washington during a briefing Wednesday.
Nauert said senior US officials engaged with their Russian counterparts “to make this point very clear to Damascus,” adding that the use of chemical weapons “will not be tolerated.” CBN News and other reporters pressed Nauert on if intelligence officials are seeing activity on the ground. All Nauert would say is the Syrian government is gearing up for an expected offensive in Idlib province, which is home to nearly 3 million people and has a large al Qaeda presence in addition to Syrian rebel groups.
Following Record Heat This Summer, Some Are Predicting There Will Be A Nightmarishly Cold Winter
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(By Michael Snyder) For most of this summer, much of the U.S. has been hit by historic heatwaves, crippling drought and unprecedented wildfires. But if the long-term forecasts that I am about to share with you are accurate, this winter could be bitterly cold. The sun appears to be entering into a period of early hibernation, and that is a very troubling sign. The primary driver of climate conditions is the giant ball of fire that our planet revolves around, and that ball of fire is beginning to behave in irregular ways. Sunspot activity is way, way below what was expected for this year, and that is one of the reasons why so many are calling for a “big freeze” this winter.
And if we experience an extended “solar minimum”, that could mean significantly reduced temperatures and crop failures all over the planet. At other times in history, such a scenario has meant global famine. But for the moment, most of the focus is still on the extremely hot and dry summer that we have been enduring. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 131 million people in this country are currently experiencing “abnormal dryness and drought”. Things have been particularly bad in the Southwest where cities such as Phoenix have been dealing with high temperatures above 100 degrees for weeks at a time…
“We Will Take The Land By Force” – South Africa Gears Up For Civil War
August 30, 2018 Sean Adl-Tabatabai News, World 3
A new law in South Africa allowing the seizure of white farmers’ land without compensation will lead to a brutal and bloody civil war, experts have warned.
The controversial land-confiscation policy proposed by the Ramaphosa-led ANC government in 2015, is currently on hold pending further review.
Rt.com reports: The law, if passed, will allow South African authorities to seize lands from white farmers and redistribute them to the country’s black population without any compensation for the owners.
The proposed land reform has pitted radical groups among black South Africans ready to take land by force against white farmers who are ready to protect their property.
Russia Warns West Not To ‘Play With Fire’ In Syria August 30, 2018 0 The Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov is the latest official to warn the US against using a possible chemical weapons provocation to justify a new strike against Syrian government forces. He said that Moscow had warned […]
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US president Donald Trump has threatened to pull out of the World Trade Organization if “they don’t shape up” In an Oval Office interview with Bloomberg News on Thursday he said: “If they don’t shape […]
President Erdogan: Turkey’s S-400 purchase a ‘done deal’, will get them soon
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has reaffirmed Turkey’s commitment to purchasing the Russian-made S-400 air-defense system, asserting that Ankara has alternatives if the Washington cancels its F-35 deal.
22 cars burned in Sweden as country rocked by rising crime
Up to 22 cars were burned or damaged in several fires across southern Sweden on Thursday. It will likely stoke claims that the current socialist government has abjectly failed at tackling the surge in crime.
Posted on August 30, 2018Vaccines
By Rosanne Lindsay, ND When an outbreak of influenza A (H3N2) occurred aboard a U.S. Navy ship in February of 1996, despite 95% of the crew’s having been appropriately vaccinated, it barely made the press, even though the CDC did quietly admit that the vaccine…
by Bassam Tawil • August 31, 2018 at 5:00 am
- Palestinian leaders do not want to see any improvement in the lives of the Arabs in Jerusalem so that they can continue to incite against Israel and accuse it of discriminating against its Arab population.
- Palestinian leaders and their religious clerics do not want to see Arabs live a comfortable life under Israel. They are afraid that the world would see that Arabs can have a good life under Israeli sovereignty.
- They are also afraid that Palestinians living under the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and Hamas in the Gaza Strip will start envying the Arabs living in Israel — and then demand from their leaders similar conditions.
A Diversity of Acid Attacks, Witchcraft Abuse, Genital Mutilation and Terror
Immigrant groups mutilate, abuse and kill their own children to stop diversity.
August 30, 2018
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism
2017 was a banner year for acid attacks in Britain.
465 of them occurred in London. Most of the acid attacks are taking place in East London. The borough of Newham tops the acid attacks chart with 85 last year. What’s so special about Newham?
Nothing the media will tell you.
Newham has the second highest Muslim percentage population and the lowest native British population in London. Tower Hamlets, which has the highest Muslim population percentage, has the second highest rate of acid attacks.
None of the two dozen media explainers pretending to explain why London became the world’s acid attack capital have bothered citing that simple statistic. Instead there’s lots of mumbling about poverty, gang violence and the need for household cleaner control. To add on to the failed knife control policy.
Midwest: Severe storms lead to widespread flooding and high water rescues, leave 110 000 without power
Posted by TW on August 30, 2018 in categories Featured articles, Floods, Severe storms
Another round of severe thunderstorms swept through parts of north-central United States this week, causing damaging winds and heavy rains. Widespread flooding was reported across Wisconsin. The flooding has damaged roads, businesses and private residences in multiple counties. At least one person was injured near Thornton, Iowa after a tractor-trailer was blown over on Interstate 35.
The worst hit was the region from central Wisconsin to eastern Iowa, where several tornadoes touched down. The strongest winds were measured at Iowa City Airport, at 133 km/h (83 mph).
More than 110 000 customers in Michigan, Wisconsin an Iowa were left without power on August 28; over 60 000 in Michigan, 40 000 in Wisconsin and 13 000 in Iowa.
At least two tornadoes touched down in Wisconsin on the same day. The twisters, which touched down in southwest Fond du Lac County near Brandon and north of Kiel near the Calumet and Manitowoc County lines, downed trees and power lines, while also damaging multiple buildings. No injuries were reported.
Aug 30, 2018 @ 17:35 0 The latest claim by the Russian Foreign Ministry on Thursday, Aug. 30, was that “it will take the US and its allies just 24 hours to ready its missile-strike group for an
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This is just what we need! Scientists just have discovered a giant Hyalomma tick, which can become 3 cm long and can bite humans and transmit serious pathogens for the first time in Sweden.
The new Ebola outbreak that has infected 111 people and killed 75 in the Democratic Republic of Congo since it began four weeks ago has the ‘potential to be the worst ever seen’.
The agency that responds to humanitarian crises fears it will trump the pandemic of 2014, which killed 11,000 and decimated West Africa.
Virologists have repeatedly warned the situation is ‘hard to control’ because cases are in a conflict zone, roamed by armed Islamic militias.
And yesterday, Dr Tedros Adhanom, chief of the World Health Organization ramped up the warnings over its potential rapid spread.
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports the next seven to 10 days are critical in controlling the spread of the Ebola virus in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Its latest update reported 111 cases of Ebola, with 83 confirmed and 28 probable, including 75 deaths. The WHO reports it is continuing to rapidly scale-up its response to the Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces, including in Oicha, a town difficult to reach because of security concerns.
More than 100 armed groups are operating in these areas, putting some places, known as Red Zones, off limits because of the dangers.