Massive damage after worst floods in history hit Irkutsk region of Siberia, Russia
Posted by Vicky Parmar on June 30, 2019 at 17:29 UTC (29 minutes ago)
Categories: Featured articles, Floods, Severe storms
A State of emergency has been declared in Irkutsk region of Siberia, Russia, after widespread floods hit the region on June 29, 2019. At least 5 people have been killed and 2 remain missing in floods described by officials as the worst Irkutsk has ever seen. Authorities warn the worst is yet to come.
According to official reports, the region’s main waterway – Angara River, and Lake Baikal – world’s deepest lake, had burst their banks after heavy rains hit the region.
Hundreds of firefighters battled on Saturday to contain wildfires in southern France as a stifling heatwave brought record-breaking temperatures to parts of Europe, killing at least three people in Italy.
In the Gard region, where France’s highest temperature on record was registered on Friday at 45.9 degrees Celsius (114 degrees Fahrenheit), scores of fires burned some 600 hectares (about 1,500 acres) of land and destroyed several houses and vehicles, emergency services said.
More than 700 firefighters and 10 aircraft were mobilized to tackle the fires in the Gard, some of which caused sections of motorways to be temporarily closed.
Several firefighters were hurt but no serious injuries were reported.
French media said a man had been arrested for deliberately starting fires in one Gard village.
The extreme heat was expected to ease on Saturday in southern France but highs were still forecast at close to 40 degrees.
Google Chrome has devolved into nothing more than “surveillance software” that spies on its own users
(Natural News) Google Chrome may still be a popular choice for browsing the web, but there are better options — especially if you value privacy and freedom. A new review has revealed that Google Chrome is shamelessly spying on its users — and collecting data on them to build profiles of their likes, interests and personalities. This … [Read More…]
Big Tech platforms no longer deny they are banning conservatives but are now brazenly owning up to it and daring anyone to do something about it
(Natural News) Earlier this month, Zero Hedge published a story that should have alarmed everyone who read it — that is, everyone who is interested in maintaining a free, open Internet and social media platforms that are designed for everyone and all views.
Citing a Wall Street Journal story, the news site noted:
Google has fired six … [Read More…]
“Hate Speech” on ALL social media means telling the truth about the “dirty pool” of vaccines, GMOs and chemotherapy
(Natural News) Almost overnight "hate speech" was invented by the globalists and Big Tech as a means to silence any critics of the fake news "official narrative" on politics, mass shootings, disease-causing foods and harmful allopathic medicine. Most people would assume "hate speech" means degrading, personal attacks with abusive language, … [Read More…]
Mysterious booms continue rattling hundreds of people in the US, Canada and the UK, leaving officials speechless
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OPINION (SS) – The mystery booms continue baffling people across the world. The latest reports come from the UK, Canada, and the US. People living in the New Tripoli area of Lehigh County, PA want to know what caused an explosion Tuesday morning. Residents claim they heard or felt a blast, but authorities say they can’t determine a cause for the incident. Meanwhile, An unexplained boom heard across Hamilton remains a mystery. Was it a supersonic jet? An industrial accident? A skyquake? Nobody seems to know
what caused the boom around 2 a.m. on Saturday – heard from the beach strip all the way to Ancaster. “I heard the boom — it was quite loud — but I also felt it. I felt my house move,” said the real estate agent, who lives in the Crown Point neighborhood near the escarpment. But so far, the source of the thunderous bang remains a mystery. In North Carolina, Numerous people reported on social media that they heard a loud ground-shaking boom around 9 p.m. Monday night in Clemmons and western Forsyth County. However, state and federal officials say they don’t know why it happened or what it was
by Giulio Meotti • June 30, 2019 at 5:00 am
- "Christianity originated in the Middle East. Thus, the displacement or evacuation of Christians from the Middle East is very dangerous for the safety of the region… also in the Mediterranean Sea region. Europe is affected by this." — Egyptian Coptic Pope Tawadros II, in Germany, where he was inaugurating a new Coptic church for his exiled community. Deutsche Welle, May 14, 2019.
- Regrettably, the tragedy of these Christian massacres is directly proportional to the neglect with which they are reported in the West.
- "’Islamophobia’ looms large; talk of ‘Christophobia’ is almost nonexistent". — Ross Douthat, "Are Christians Privileged or Persecuted?", The New York Times, April 23, 2019.
Is our climate changing drastically, yes, it surely is, and it is doing it at the command of Jesus Christ. The changes are taking place in preparation of the coming judgment on the whole world that will take place in the time of Jacob’s trouble. What can mankind do to stop it? Nothing. Zero. Zilch. Nada, Zip. But there is something you can do to prepare for it. Flight #777 on Titus213 Airlines is now boarding, no seats needed because on this flight, you’re the plane.
June 29, 2019
June 29, 2019 by Jon Watkins
Hebrews 4:12 “For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” John 15:18 “If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it
Jews For Jesus Publishing Positive Articles on Kabbalah To Get Unsaved Jews To Be Interested in Jesus
On June 28, 2019 By Geri UngureanIn Uncategorized
I lost it yesterday.
I didn’t mean to blow up, but this has been brewing in me for almost a year.
Occasionally, I visit JewsforJesus.org just to see what they are up to – where they are going, etc etc. Months ago, I did a double take when I saw on the front page of their site what looked to me as if they were condoning Kabbalah! I had to read it a few times to make sure that I was understanding the gist of the article.
You know how some websites have a person pop up and say “Hello, what can I help you with today?” Well, JFJ always has that. The first time I saw the piece on Kabbalah, I typed to the person and asked why they would be promoting or condoning this mystical practice.
Wildfires and power cuts plague Europe as heatwave breaks records
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The extreme heat is expected to ease on Saturday in southern France but highs are still forecast at close to 40 degrees
By Gus Trompiz and Joan Faus
PARIS/MADRID, June 29 (Reuters) – Hundreds of firefighters battled on Saturday to contain wildfires in southern France as a stifling heatwave brought record-breaking temperatures to parts of Europe, killing at least three people in Italy.
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The intense heat wave blasting Europe with record-breaking temperatures manifested on a recent weather forecast as a screaming heat skull of death looming over France. A forecast map…
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Yellowstone National Park’s Steamboat Geyser is quite active right now, and scientists aren’t sure exactly why. The geyser sped up its eruption cycle in June and set a…
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Just 2 days after the large eruption of Ulawun, another large explosive eruption was recorded at Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea on June 28, 2019. Yes another…
Oyster fishermen are saying 100 per cent of what they dredge up is coming up dead, which is not only a serious hit to their livelihoods but could have lasting impacts for years to come.
Fishermen will tell you part of the draw of the job is just being out on the water, but the waters near the Biloxi marsh are a little too quiet.
"North, east, west, there’s usually someone harvesting someone trawling you don’t see nothing, there’s not one person out here," said oyster fisherman, Gregory Perez.
Gregory Perez says he’s worked for years building and tending to these acres of water, or his private oyster leases.
This year was supposed to be the most lucrative for him until the oysters started dying.
June 27, 2019 by Michael Snyder
Just in time for the 2020 election, Twitter has come up with a new “policy” that is obviously intended to neuter the effectiveness of President Trump’s Twitter account. Right now, Trump has 61.4 million followers on Twitter, and his tweets regularly make headlines all over the world. Trump has been devastatingly effective on Twitter for years, and his social media strategy was one of the keys to his victory in 2016. Needless to say, the radical leftists that run Twitter were absolutely horrified by Trump’s upset victory, and they want to do whatever they can to make sure that such a thing never happens again. They started by deleting, shadowbanning and greatly suppressing the accounts of prominent conservatives. Personally, my own account has been shadowbanned for a very long time. I have over 16,000 followers, but if you check out my account you will notice that I barely get any retweets at all these days. However, a few years ago there was a ton of interaction with my tweets. An expert looked into it and found that just like so many other prominent conservatives, I had been shadowbanned. (Read More…)
UPDATE: Europe Heat Wave Has Killed Several in France and Spain
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(TWC) – Several deaths are being blamed on the scorching, record-breaking heat wave blanketing much of Europe. The news agency Europa Press reported that at least two people have died in Spain from the heat, according to the Associated Press. Authorities in France are also linking at least four deaths to the heat, the AP reported. Also in France, a 6-year-old child suffered life-threatening injuries after being hit by high-pressure water shooting from a fire hydrant that was illegally opened.
France issued its first-ever “red” weather alert since a new warning system was put into place after scores of deaths in a similar heat wave in 2003. The red alert is the highest warning and was issued on Thursday for the Marseille and Montpellier areas in southeastern France, the Associated Press reported. Temperatures in those areas were forecast to reach as high as 113 degrees Fahrenheit Friday. Some 4,000 schools across the country closed, outdoor events were canceled and volunteers were sent to check on the elderly.
Dallas council approves rainbow crosswalks honoring LGBT in Oak Lawn
Jun 28, 2019 | 0 |
(Fox 4) – The Dallas City Council on Wednesday approved the installation of rainbow crosswalks in Dallas’s Oak Lawn neighborhood. The rainbow crosswalks will be installed on Cedar Springs Road at intersections from Douglas Avenue to Oak Lawn Avenue, the heart of Dallas’ gay community. Officials said the
rainbows will be a visible symbol of the importance of Oak Lawn in the struggle for gay rights in Texas. Other Texas cities, like Houston and San Antonio, have installed similar crosswalks in recent years. The GLBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation has raised a large part of the $128,000 to get the project moving
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By Arjun Walia The Facts: A cell tower climber recently shared a video about his concerns with 5G wireless technology and explains what he’s found through his research and experience. He uploaded the video to his YouTube and Facebook page and it’s going fairly viral….
The Air Force arm of U.S. Central Command on Friday said the F-22 Raptors arrived this week at al-Udeid air base to “defend American forces and interests.” It posted to its website photos of several F-22s arriving there on Thursday and said this is the first time F-22s have deployed to al-Udeid, which is a hub for U.S. air operations in the Middle East. F-22s, which carry air-to-air missiles and can perform ground-attack missions as well, had previously deployed to al-Dhafra air base in the United Arab Emirates, where they were used last year in support of U.S. and partner forces in Syria.
June 28, 2019
Disney Blindsides Families with Lesbian Scene in Toy Story 4
Posted 6/27/2019 10:17:29 AM
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WARNING! Toy Story 4 has just hit cinemas, but one thing we did not expect to see was LGBTQ characters. No matter how insignificant to the overall story they were, Disney still felt it was necessary to include them.
At the start of the movie, when Woody’s new owner Bonnie goes for her first day of kindergarten, in the background there is a quick scene where one child is dropped off by two moms. Later, the moms return to pick up their child who gives them a hug. The scene is subtle in order to to desensitize children. But it is obvious that the child has two mothers, and they are parenting together.
High-level eruption at Manam volcano, ash to 15.2 km (50 000 feet) a.s.l., Papua New Guinea
Posted by Teo Blašković on June 28, 2019 at 11:19 UTC (6 hours ago)
Categories: Featured articles, Volcanoes
A high-level eruption took place at Manam volcano, Papua New Guinea on June 27, 2019, after a period of increased seismic activity. The Aviation Color Code is Red.
According to locals, the eruption started with a ‘thundering noise’ around 15:00 UTC (01:00 local time, June 28). Satellite imagery acquired 22:00 UTC, June 27 indicated volcanic ash rising up to 12 km (40 000 feet) above sea level, drifting W.
Jun 28, 2019 @ 13:02 Diane Shalem 20 The US Cyber Command on Sunday, June 23, conducted a cyberattack on the Lebanon-based logistical command centers of the Iraqi Shiite Kata’ib Hezbollah militia, one of Tehran’s key proxies.
Kuwait was the hottest country in the world, with the temperature hitting 52.2 degrees Celsius (126 deg F) in the shadow, in the region of Matraba in North Kuwait, yesterday.
Saudi Astro-physician Dr Khalid Alzaak from the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences (AUASS), said that the temperature hit 49 degrees near Kuwait International Airport.
The torrid heatwave caused a peak in the electrical load, which increased by 600 megawatts to reach 13,500 MW, compared to Friday.
Sources expected the electrical load to exceed 13,800 MW Sunday, due to the peak in temperature for the three coming days.
Meteorologists forecast temperatures to hit 50 degrees Celsius