Amusing Global Warming Climate Change Hoax Rants
Posted on 09/23/2018 by admin
Humorous rant, highlighting the fear mongering bullying tactics to force folks into paying carbon taxes for the ‘global warming’ hoax. Warning no maple syrup for pancakes, no chocolate in 30 years, then when these arguments didn’t work, the internet will be shut down and lastly, jail time for climate deniers…..
Sep 23, 2018 @ 16:42 2 The Russian Ministry of Defense leveled several grave charges against Israel on Sunday, Sept. 23 as having caused the loss of the Russian IL-20 plane with 15 servicemen aboard. IDF sources responded
Federal officials are alarmed over the shocking number of dolphins killed by red tide in the Gulf. They’ve declared an emergency and are enlisting the help of scientists to find solutions.
Many of these dolphins have been recovered by Mote Marine Lab.
Researchers are now scrambling to respond to this crisis, and at the moment, there’s no end in sight. Since July, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has documented at least 50 dolphin deaths from Pinellas to Collier counties.
That number is so startling they have now declared a UME, or Unusual Mortality Event.
"We strive to learn as much as we can but its hard to completely separate your emotions from what you see when you’re dealing with all these animals, for sure," said Mote Marine Lab Stranding Investigations Program Manager Gretchen Lovewell.
Researchers from Mote Marine Lab have experienced this spike first hand.
"Our annual average over the last 10 years has been about 10 dolphins a year.
We’ve picked up 17 bottle-nosed dolphins since August," explained Lovewell.
With the new UME declaration, NOAA is providing more funding and a team of researchers to investigate.
They want to learn more about the cause and hopefully, minimize the number of deaths in the future. Officials are worried that we still could see more dead dolphins wash up in the coming weeks.
"On Monday, the winds shifted.
Is China intruding in Israel’s defense industry?
China Israel flags. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)
As China seeks to implement its “Belt and Road” projects in the Mediterranean, some Israeli analysts are raising alarm over what they see as a Chinese intrusion into sensitive areas of Israeli defense and key commercial industries.
On the defense front, the Shanghai International Port Group (SIPG), a Chinese company, is set to take over the management of a new privately constructed seaport in Haifa bay in 2021. After helping expand the port in the last few years, the company will be granted a 25-year contract to run it.
Haifa’s harbor is also a strategic port of call for US Navy ships in the region. When SIPG takes over a commercial section of the harbor, this means that Chinese personnel will be in close proximity to US naval ships and installations, raising questions about security risks, including the potential for Chinese espionage and the stealing of vital industrial and defense secrets. In this respect, the Chinese takeover of even one part of the harbor could cause a significant rift with Israel’s long-time and most vital ally—the US
“Everything the U.S. does hasn’t given any impression of sincerity and goodwill…We hope that the U.S. side will take measures to correct its mistakes.”
Dozens killed in deadly West Nile outbreak in Europe as fears grow over US cases
Sep 22, 2018 | 0 |
West Nile virus has killed at least 27 people in Greece – as fears grow of a fresh outbreak in parts of the US. A total of 234 people are believed to have been infected in the country, according to the Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (HCDCP). The news comes as one person died from the disease in Tennessee, US, while three others suffered infections. The other three victims are believed to be in a stable condition and recovering in hospital.
Tennessee Department of Health spokesperson Bill Christian confirmed the death on Friday. Health officials say so far this summer, the virus has been found in 30 different mosquito groups across the US. Officials advise people use repellents, wear long sleeves and pants after dusk, remove standing water outside homes, clean gutters and keep grass and weeds trimmed short to reduce the risk of exposure
DEVELOPING: Volcano in Indonesia has erupted 44 times since Friday
Sep 22, 2018 | 0 |
Mount Anak Krakatau in Sunda Straits, Lampung, has erupted 44 times since Friday, according to the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG). Thick, black smoke spewed some 600 meters from the volcano, with a bright red and eery glow coming from the crater. According to the Mount Anak Krakatau’s Observation Post,
Volcanology Center and Geological Disaster Mitigation (PVMBG), the mount activity was accompanied by firelights and incandescent flow to the south. Thunder sounds and weak tremors also occurred as the volcano blew. Mount Anak Krakatau remains at alert level two and no people or tourists are allowed to go near the crater within 2 kilometers
Pastors in China Prepare to Lose Their Lives for Preaching the Gospel, Defying Communist Crackdown
Sep 23, 2018 | 0 |
In the face of an ongoing Communist crackdown, pastors in China have vowed to continue preaching the Gospel, even if it costs them their lives. Aaron Ma, a representative of Open Doors’ Ministry in China, told The Christian Post in an email on Thursday that the watchdog group has so far heard of one case of Bible burning in the country. “In this case, the authority confiscated belongings of the churches (including Bibles) and burnt them all,” Ma said.
The incident, where Communist Party officials burned Bibles and crosses in Henan, was captured on video and shared online earlier this month by activists, including ChinaAid President Bob Fu, whose group monitors the persecution of believers in China. Concern has also risen over instances where state officials have been forcing some Christians to sign papers rejecting their faith.
British Medial Journal Editor: Flu Vaccine Dangers Were Hidden September 22, 2018 3 The Associate Editor of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) claims the dangers of the flu vaccine were hidden from the public by Big Pharma. According to Peter Doshi, serious safety “indicators” were raised over the […]
Trump Drafts Executive Order To End Social Media Censorship of Conservatives
September 22, 2018 Baxter Dmitry News, US 4
President Trump has laid the groundwork to launch a crackdown on the censorship of conservatives by liberal social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter.
According to Bloomberg News, an Executive Order has been drafted that will instruct law enforcement and federal antitrust agencies to open probes into the “platform bias” of Google, Facebook and Twitter in regards to the censorship and suppression of conservative voices on social media.
The executive order is in its preliminary stages and hasn’t yet been run past other government agencies, said a White House official.
Bloomberg News, which has seen a copy of the draft executive order, reports: The document instructs U.S. antitrust authorities to “thoroughly investigate whether any online platform has acted in violation of the antitrust laws.” It instructs other government agencies to recommend within a month after it’s signed, actions that could potentially “protect competition among online platforms and address online platform bias.”
European Court Considers Outlawing Criticism Of Abortion September 22, 2018 4 The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has paved the way to make the criticism of abortion illegal in Europe. The Strasbourg court rejected the appeal of German pro-life campaigner Klaus Guenter Annen who was ordered […] https://yournewswire.com/european-court-outlawing-criticism-abortion/
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George Soros has asked the European Union’s highest court to revoke Article 50 and block the UK from leaving the EU, in an attempt to kill Brexit. The Soros-backed group ‘Best for Britain’ says it […]
Australia’s strawberry needle scare spreads to New Zealand
Australia’s fruit sabotage has spread to neighbouring New Zealand after a punnet of strawberries contaminated with needles was sold in an Auckland supermarket.
by Raymond Ibrahim • September 23, 2018 at 5:00 am
- If any measure of peace between Muslims and Christians is to prevail, no church can exist in the village, local Muslims said. "The only houses of worship that can ever be built in this village are Muslim places of worship for Allah." — Watan International, Egypt.
- "The Al Shabaab are now hunting down the children in Mogadishu, and we have moved the care center to a bit safer location…. The children look devastated and malnourished, so we as a secret church do appeal to our brothers and sisters in the free world to consider extending a hand to these persecuted children." — Pastor of an underground church, Somalia.
- "[I]t seems that the Muslims intentionally wanted to pick a fight with us." — Pastor of King Jesus Church, Pakistan.
Greeting journalists Saturday en route to Lithuania, Pope Francis was given a book about the former pope by Polish photographer Grzegorz Galazka. Receiving the large book with a beaming John Paul on the cover, Francis quipped: "Pope John Paul II was a saint, I am the devil."
September 22, 2018
Sep 22, 2018 12:45 pm By Robert Spencer 129 Comments
When Macron prevails against the Visegrad group, and all of Europe is inundated with Muslim migrants, Macron will be hailed as a hero of the new, harmonious, diverse, multicultural Europe — won’t he? Or as Europe is engulfed in strife and European streets once again become bloody battlegrounds, as the warriors of jihad struggle for […]
Sep 23, 2018 10:17 am By Christine Douglass-Williams 3 Comments
An American citizen, Pastor Andrew Brunson, is facing up to 35 years in a Turkish prison on fake “terrorism and espionage related charges.” Brunson’s witnesses were not even listened to, amid “wild conspiracies, tortured logic, and secret witnesses, but no real evidence to speak of.” Most recently, Mehmet Erdoğan, a deputy for the Turkish ruling party, […]
Authorities are currently investigating after a mysterious bird incident that took place in BC.
On Friday, September 14, witnesses were shocked to see a group of birds plummet and hit the ground.
The incident took place in Tsawwassen, BC, specifically near the ferry terminals.
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) explained in a statement that 42 starlings had died in what they’re describing as a "mortality incident."
Enforcement officers have collected the deceased animals and are currently in the process of getting them to an animal health lab for a post-mortem examination.
Marilyne Lavoie of the ECCC comments that they’ll "need to conduct a necropsy to ascertain [the] cause of death," and that "a preliminary diagnosis will be available in the coming weeks."
Laurie Wilson, Environment Canada, also shares that there was some difficulty finding the corpses after "someone moved the birds and pushed them off to the side of the road."
"We’ve heard reports of birds falling dead out of the sky or of multiple bird mortalities, but it’s definitely a rare occurrence.
We really can’t speculate on the cause of death until the results come back in."
The U.S. military has announced the first ever successful unmanned aerial "kill" of another aircraft during a training exercise.
"The U.S. approach is a blatant violation of the basic norms of international relations, a full manifestation of hegemony, and a serious breach of the relations between the two countries and their two militaries."
ORWELLIAN: Apple monitors your phone calls and emails, then calculates a “trust score” just like the communist Chinese government… it’s happening NOW, in America
(Natural News) If you value privacy and freedom, it may be time to ditch your iPhone (if you haven’t already). Thanks to some clever fine print, Apple is now granting itself the right to monitor users’ phone calls and emails. What is the massive left-wing tech company doing with this information? Generating "trust ratings" for Apple … [Read More…]
Christian College Azusa Pacific Removes Ban on LGBTQ+ Relationships, Creates Program for Students
Sep 21, 2018 | 0 |
Effective this fall 2018 semester, Azusa Pacific removed language from its student standard of conduct agreement that prohibited public LGBTQ+ relationships for students on campus. As an evangelical institution, APU still adheres to the Biblical principles of human sexuality—the belief that “sexual union is intended by God to take place only within the marriage covenant between a man and a woman” and it remains a cornerstone of the university’s foundation. This change is a result of much dialogue between students and administration.
For years, LGBTQ+ students at APU have run an underground support group called Haven. However, because they weren’t endorsed by APU as an official club, they couldn’t gather on campus or advertise their meetings. The group met in apartments around APU because members only knew about Haven by word-of-mouth. Members of Haven were motivated to have their voices heard after an APU faculty member was the target of a hate crime on campus, where LGBTQ+ slurs were used against him
DEVELOPING: Dam breached at NC plant; Coal ash may be flowing into Cape Fear River…
Sep 21, 2018 | 0 |
Floodwaters on Friday breached a dam that contains a man-made lake connected to a Duke Energy power plant in North Carolina, possibly causing coal ash to flow into the nearby Cape Fear River, the company said. The floodwaters flowed from Cape Fear River into the northern side of Sutton Lake, an 1,100-acre reservoir built in 1972 to cool the L.V. Sutton Power Station. That water caused breaches in
the dam on the south end of the lake, which was flowing back into the river, Duke Energy said in a press release. The 200-mile Cape Fear River flows into the Atlantic at Wilmington, North Carolina. The Sutton site in Wilmington was home to a coal-fired power plant until 2013, when Duke replaced it with a natural gas power station. Duke dismantled the coal-fired plant by 2017, but the grounds contained about 7 million tons of coal ash in waste pits at the time of its closure. There are still two coal ash basins on site
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Apple is introducing “trust scores” based on the amount of calls and emails people make, which will directly affect their ability to make purchases. Two days ago, Venture Beat noted an alarming update to Apple’s […]
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Muhammad is the most popular name for baby boys in English regions London, the West Midlands, and Yorkshire and the Humber in 2017, according to government statistics, with spelling variations in the name taking it […]