End Times Headline News. December 8 2023
Rocket fire around US embassy.Hunter Biden Indicted. UN postpones vote on humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. Washington’s Entrenched War Machine. Letter to the Amnesty-Demanders
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The heavily fortified Green Zone in the Iraqi capital was reportedly targeted by over a dozen projectiles
Baghdad’s Green Zone district, which houses a number of government and diplomatic buildings, including the US Embassy, was reportedly targeted by several rockets on Friday, according to media reports, citing security sources.
An anonymous US military official told AFP that alarms around the facility had gone off and that “impact sounds” could be heard near the embassy and the Union III military base.
Hunter Biden Indicted On Multiple Felony Tax Charges Including 'Office Expense' Deductions For 'Over-The-Hill Strippers'
On the same day as House Republicans formalize the impeachment inquiry of President Joe Biden, the special counsel investigating Hunter Biden charged the president’s son late Thursday on nine counts stemming from his failure to pay his federal taxes on time on millions in income from foreign businesses.
A grand jury in the Central District of California (yes California!) charged Mr. Biden with three counts each of evasion of a tax assessment, failure to file and pay taxes, and filing a false or fraudulent tax return, according to the 56-page indictment (see below).
It is expected to take the IDF time to gain control of Khan Yunis due to the mix of terrain between built-up and agricultural areas and Hamas's extensive tunnel network.
The IDF is steadily winning control of pieces of Khan Yunis away from Hamas, but is facing some of the toughest resistance of the war to date.
If on Monday night, the IDF caught Hamas by surprise by invading Khan Yunis from multiple directions and with creative maneuvers, as the week has dragged on, the terror organization regrouped, found its footing, and "is fighting over every centimeter."
IDF responds with attack helicopters, tanks and artillery at source of fire; Netanyahu tells soldiers Lebanon will share Gaza’s fate if Hezbollah opens wider war
An Israeli civilian was killed after Hezbollah terrorists fired an anti-tank missile at his vehicle near the Lebanese border Thursday.
The 60-year-old man, identified as Eyal Uzan, was hit in an agricultural field near Moshav Mattat and was taken by the military to Fasuta Junction where they waited for Magen David Adom paramedics to arrive.
Rocket and drone infiltration alerts sounded in northern Israel shortly after the reported airstrike.
Four people were killed in an alleged Israeli airstrike in Madinat al-Baath in the Quneitra region of western Syria, just a few kilometers from the Syrian-Israeli border, on Friday afternoon, according to Syrian reports.
The airstrike targeted a vehicle in the area, according to the reports. Opposition-affiliated journalists in the area reported that the occupants of the car were affiliated with Iran-backed militias operating in the region.
A UN Security Council vote on a draft resolution that demands an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the war between Israel and Palestinian terrorists Hamas in the Gaza Strip has been postponed until 5:30 p.m. (2230 GMT) Friday, diplomats said.
The 15-member body had been due to vote on the resolution, drafted by the United Arab Emirates, on Friday morning.
The meeting in Moscow focused on bilateral and international issues, including the Israel-Hamas conflict, and ended just before midnight
A meeting in the Kremlin between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart, Ebrahim Raisi, lasted for more than five hours and was over just before midnight Moscow time, the Russian president’s press secretary, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters.
The Iranian president arrived in Moscow on a state visit on Thursday. Moscow and Tehran have developed strong ties in recent years and as a result have strengthened their respective economies, the Russian president told his counterpart.
Russians will go to the polls for presidential elections in March 2024, with the incumbent presently enjoying overwhelming public support, according to polling by a number of Russian public opinion institutes.
Vladimir Putin has announced plans to run for another term as president, making the announcement during an awards ceremony for soldiers participating in the special military operation in Ukraine.
A shipment of 50,000 tons has been allegedly delivered to the Norfolk naval base
A Ukrainian maritime traffic watchdog has flagged a German-operated tanker, claiming that it had likely delivered Russian petrol products to Naval Station Norfolk, a major US military base, in an apparent violation of Washington’s sanctions.
The allegation, which was widely reported by Ukrainian media on Thursday, comes from Andrey Klimenko, head of the Black Sea Institute of Strategic Studies, an NGO, and editor of BlackSeaNews, a pro-Ukrainian news outlet covering maritime trade.
Fund Kiev or your children will have to fight Russia, X host claims Congress was told
US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin reportedly told members of Congress that unless they approve more funding to Ukraine, Americans will be sent to fight Russia directly, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson said on Thursday.
According to Carlson, Austin spoke at a classified briefing for members of the House of Representatives on Wednesday, and at one point told them that “we’ll send your uncles, cousins and sons to fight Russia” unless Kiev gets the $60 billion in aid requested by the White House.
Donald Trump could be considering asking Tucker Carlson to be his running mate, according to a report that claims a source close to the former President says his wife is pushing for it.
Axios claims that the ousted Fox News presenter, currently getting unprecedented traction with his show on X is a frontrunner for Trump on the 2024 ticket.
The source cited in the article claims that Melania Trump believes Carlson would be “a powerful onstage extension of her husband.”
After the Berlin Wall fell in November 1989 and the death of the Soviet Union was confirmed two years later as Boris Yeltsin courageously stood down the Red Army tanks in front of Moscow’s White House, a dark era in human history came to an abrupt end.
The world had descended into a “77-Years War”. It had incepted with the mobilization of the armies of old Europe in August 1914. If you want to count bodies, 150 million were killed by all the depredations that germinated in the Great War, its foolish aftermath at Versailles, and the march of history into World War II and the Cold War that followed inexorably thereupon.
The U.S. could be heading toward involvement in another global conflict as tensions between Venezuela and neighboring Guyana skyrocket following a controversial referendum that sparked fears of a land grab in South America.
The U.S. military said on Thursday that its Southern Command forces would carry out “flight operations within Guyana” later in the day, and that Washington would “continue its commitment as Guyana’s trusted security partner.”
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The ongoing migrant crisis at the US southern border has hit an all-time record for daily encounters, with over 12,000 undocumented migrants detained while attempting to cross the US-Mexican border unlawfully, Fox News reported on Friday.
The record was smashed on Tuesday, the report said. Of the total, over 10,000 people were attempting to sneak into US territory between ports of entry.
Western culture has valued free speech as a necessary check on overreaching centralized power for centuries. Yet we’re watching the ability to speak freely disappear before our eyes. Imagine going to federal prison for a meme.
Douglass Mackey, also known by his Twitter name Ricky Vaughn, is going to jail for memes mocking Hillary Clinton back in 2016. He made fake memes telling people to vote from home via text messages. Mackey insisted in court that he was just sh*tposting. He didn’t think anyone would be stupid enough to actually fall for it.
"If People Think Things Are Bad Now..." Tucker And Alex Jones Talk Deplatforming, Depopulation, & The NWO
In a deep-dive on everything from 'deplatforming' to 'depopulation', Tucker Carlson sat down with Alex Jones.
Dubbed "the most censored man in the world", Jones began by discussing his (correct) prediction about 9/11.
As Tucker points out, "the 9/11 thing, you called it in public."
Cambridge and Oxford University Hospital study found 1 in 4 with Pfizer mRNA jabs experienced "unintended" immune response
Bright Light News trailer from ICS4
Several years ago I predicted that the U.S. would ultimately be confronted with the debilitating economic conundrum of stagflation, something which the nation had not seen since the 1970s. I suggested that stagflation would become a household word again and that the majority of American concerns would revolve around rising prices coupled with stagnant wages and falling production.
It Now Costs 3.4 Million Dollars To Live “The American Dream” And The Gap Between The Wealthy And The Rest Of Us Is Bigger Than Ever
For a long time, it has been clear that the middle class is being systematically destroyed. The cost of living has been rising faster than paychecks have for years, and this has pushed millions of Americans into poverty. As for those that were already impoverished, many of them have been pushed out into the streets. According to the Wall Street Journal, homelessness in the United States is increasing at the fastest rate ever recorded in 2023. Anyone that thinks that we do not have a major problem on our hands simply has not been paying attention.
On December 6th, 2023, Derrick Broze shared a presentation at MIT at the invite of the MIT Students for Open Inquiry.
Broze dives into the importance of questioning our relationships with digital technology, the philosophy of Technocracy, the growth of the Surveillance “Smart” Grid, and much more.
The annual “Trouble in Toyland” report, produced by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) and released before the holiday season, historically has focused on safety hazards found in traditional children’s toys.
But this year’s report highlights a new threat: “smart toys” that pose a privacy risk to children and families. According to the 38th annual “Trouble in Toyland” report, released in mid-November, “Toys that spy on children are a growing threat.” The threats “stem from toys with microphones, cameras and trackers, as well as recalled toys, water beads, counterfeits and Meta Quest VR headsets.”
Apps and websites that use artificial intelligence to undress women in photos are soaring in popularity, according to researchers. In September alone, 24 million people visited undressing websites, according to the social network analysis company Graphika. Many of these undressing, or “nudify,” services use popular social networks for marketing, according to Graphika.
Deep in a Cambodian old-growth forest, Buddhist “ecology monks” wrap trees in saffron clerical robes before ordaining the trees into the Buddhist faith.
The practice is an example of “forest activism” that spread to Cambodia after Thai monks in the 1990s began ordaining trees as they would a new monk. Ordained trees become sacred and protected from illegal logging because harming an ordained monk is taboo in the Buddhist religion.
It was on a cool Tuesday afternoon that the residents of Sinanché, a small town in southeastern Mexico, first heard the hissing. Looking out their windows, the leaves of the fruit trees in their back gardens had been licked clean, while chewed-on lemons, oranges, and hoya covered the grass.
But not a single one of Sinanché’s some 3,100 residents had to look far for the culprit – or culprits, rather. All they had to do was look up.
Why We Will Never Forget—Nor Let You