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Source: From the Internet, Friday December 13th 2019

Report: Small Group of Democrats Meeting To Undermine Pelosi’s Impeachment Plans
…at a time when a United States president can be impeached on the flimsiest of excuses. Backed by the frailest of evidence. By some of the some of the most dishonest Democrats to ever darken the doors or cross the corridors of Congress. Anything might be possible. So it’s worth taking note of a Tuesday report in Politico that a small group of Democrats representing districts carried by President Donald Trump in 2016 met on Monday to float the possibility of convincing their colleagues to drop the House drive for impeachment and substitute a resolution of censure instead.

Trump to Sign Executive Order Declaring Jewish People a ‘Nation’ Just as Written in Genesis
Once again, President Trump is attaching himself to the words of the Bible by passing an executive order which explicitly enacts God’s promise to Abraham; the Jews are a nation. One prominent American Israeli rabbi noted the sole Biblical character who referred to Judaism as a religion; Haman.

New Netflix Series: Messiah or Anti-Messiah
Netflix is starting out the new decade on January 1st with a controversial new ten-episode series titled ‘Messiah’ created by writer/director Michael Petroni. The series focuses on the modern world’s reaction to a man, who first appears in the Middle East claiming to be the eschatological return of ‘Isa’, the name for ‘Jesus’ in the Koran. In Muslim tradition, Jesus returns in the end-of-days as the penultimate prophet and messenger Allah.

Urgent: 5.9-magnitude quake hits Izu Islands, Japan — USGS
A 5.9-magnitude earthquake jolted Izu Islands, Japan at 17:05:02 GMT on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The epicenter, with a depth of 15.14 km, was initially determined to be at 30.6946 degrees north latitude and 141.7419 degrees east longitude.

Marmara province jolts with earthquakes
Turkey’s northwestern province of Balıkesir jolted with more than 70 earthquakes in less than 12 hours, according to the country’s emergency and disaster authority. A tremor with a magnitude of 4.6 struck the province’s Altıeylül district at 11.14 p.m. local time on Dec. 10, the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) said on Dec. 11. It was followed by two successive earthquakes with magnitudes of 4.3 and 4.0 in half an hour, it added.

Netanyahu: I will quit all my ministerial duties by January 1
Under the gun by a High Court of Justice petition, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Thursday that he will be dropping all of his portfolios by January 1 – besides his role as premier. Currently, besides being prime minister, Netanyahu is health minister, social welfare minister, Diaspora minister and acting agricultural minister.

Niger army base attack: At least 73 soldiers killed
Militants have killed at least 73 soldiers in an attack on a military base in western Niger – the deadliest in several years… No group has said it was behind the killings. But militants linked to al-Qaeda and Islamic State have staged deadly attacks across the Sahel region this year despite the presence of thousands of regional and foreign troops.

Citizenship Amendment Bill: India calls in army to Assam and Tripura states
The army has been called into north-eastern India, after thousands of people defied curfews to protest against a new citizenship bill. The Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) offers amnesty to non-Muslim illegal immigrants from three countries. Critics say the bill discriminates against Muslims – but in the north-east, protesters claim they will be “overrun” by Hindus from Bangladesh.

France strike: PM Édouard Philippe outlines ‘fairer’ pension plan
French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe has said controversial pension reforms are necessary to create a fairer system that “will be the same for everyone”. The move towards a universal points-based system has sparked outrage among unions, who say it will force staff to work longer to avoid reduced payments. Mr Philippe said changes would apply to those entering work from 2022 and would not affect those born before 1975.

Vatican Uses Donations for the Poor to Plug Its Budget Deficit
Every year, Catholics around the world donate tens of millions of dollars to the pope. Bishops exhort the faithful to support the weak and suffering through the pope’s main charitable appeal, called Peter’s Pence. What the church doesn’t advertise is that most of that collection…goes toward plugging the hole in the Vatican’s own administrative budget, while as little as 10% is spent on charitable works…

US warns N.Korea of consequences of missile test
The United States on Wednesday warned North Korea of consequences if it makes good on threats of a spectacular missile test in the New Year, while offering flexibility if it stays in talks. Frustrated by the lack of sanctions relief after three summits with US President Donald Trump, North Korea has warned of a New Year’s surprise if the United States does not come up with concessions by the end of the year.

US imposes new sanctions on Iran’s biggest airline
The United States treasury on Wednesday imposed new sanctions on Iran’s biggest airline and its shipping industry, accusing them of transporting lethal aid from Iran to Yemen. Washington targeted three general sales agents of Mahan Air over the role the airline has played in weapons of mass destruction proliferation, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters.

Church Of Sweden Unveils First-Ever LGBTQ+ Altar Artwork Showing Gays, Lesbians And Transgenders In The Garden Of Eden Replacing Adam And Eve
Adam and Eve are out at St. Paul’s Church of Sweden, and in their places are lesbian, gay and transgender people frolicking about without a care in the world. Now I know that while nearly 100% of our reader base will find this offensive and distasteful, and rightly so, I do not want you to miss the broader and larger picture of what is happening here in America with the attack on the Church by the LGBTQ+ Movement.

Is God Trying To Tell Us Something By Giving Providing A ‘Long Night’ Full Moon On The 12th Day Of The Twelfth Month At Exactly 12:12 AM?
At exactly 12 minutes after midnight tonight, the last full moon of the decade will be overhead, and it will happen at 12:12 AM on 12/12/2019. Not only that, the year 2019, which is 2+0+1+9, adds up to 12 as well! The numerology people must be going crazy today. But, I will admit that such an assortment of twelves in one place makes you think that perhaps there is a deeper significance to it occuring. Then again, it could just be the randomness of ‘time and chance’ swirling things around.

Rare tornado forms at over 4 023 m (13 200 feet) in Bolivia, possibly one of the highest-altitude twisters ever
A rare tornado hit an area near the El Alto International Airport — the highest airport in the world at 4 058 m (13 313 feet) — in Bolivia on Sunday, December 8, 2019. This could be one of the highest-altitude tornadoes ever observed. Minor damages were reported as it moved along the northern periphery of the airport and into nearby neighborhoods.

Sydney chokes in smoke as Australia bushfires intensify, current period of poor air quality the ‘longest’ and ‘most widespread’ in the state’s history
The air quality in Sydney, Australia continued to worsen on Tuesday, December 10, 2019, as roughly 100 bushfires burned in New South Wales (NSW) and strong north winds brought further smoke into the city. The haze was so thick in some areas that it was 11 times more severe than the level considered hazardous. A spokesperson for the NSW Department of Planning, Industry, and Environment said the current period of poor air quality is the “longest and “most widespread” in the state’s history.​

Deep State DOJ Tells Judicial Watch it Can’t Produce Documents on Imran Awan Due to “Technical Difficulties”
Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch is not letting the Imran Awan Democrat IT scandal go. Judicial Watch filed multiple FOIA lawsuits seeking documents related to the Imran Awan Democrat IT scandal and a federal court ordered a hearing for this Friday, December 13 on the Awan brothers!

Danish Academic: U.N. Might Use Military to Enforce Climate Agenda
The United Nations may resort to military action against states that defy its mandates on global climate action, according to Ole Wæver, a prominent international relations professor at the University of Copenhagen.

Baby-butchering Virginia Gov. Northam building a KILL LIST of patriots to exterminate; calls it “mandatory gun registration”
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam — perhaps best known for wearing blackface and celebrating the infanticide of healthy, living human babies — is now promoting the creation of a kill list of patriots who will, if history repeats itself, be hunted down and murdered by the authoritarian state.

Horowitz: FBI Should Have Pumped The Brakes On Surveillance Of Trump Campaign Aide
“I think the activities we found here don’t vindicate anybody who touched this FISA…”