Sunday, June 2, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-01

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-06-01 - Unknown rotten egg odor blows over parts of midtown and downtown for two days in Memphis (Tennessee):

Quote: "Something really stinks in Memphis. At least it did. People in parts of midtown and downtown complained of a foul odor Friday and Saturday. Memphians took to social media to share their disgust. Many people described it as a rotten egg smell. Others said it smelled like sulfur. People complained of the smell seeping into their homes and offices."

Quote: "Memphis Light Gas and Water stated it's not due to any of its projects."

Quote: "City officials confirm the odor it is not coming from sewer system."

Note: Gas and water utility says nope, not us. Sewer utility says nope, not us and not the sewers. So maybe it was just a big ol' cloud of low-concentration poison gas that hit this city for a coupla days. Of course, if it were to seep into a low-lying area and concentrate then it could kill a few people, kinda randomly. But they'd just be corpses with no injuries or anything, so the authorities would likely just say 'natural causes' or 'heatstroke' or 'Sudden Adult Death Syndrome' or 'medical issue' or somesuch, if any of the corpses would even merit a news story at all. From the full hypothesis: "There will be more unexplained HazMat events, often involving unusual odors. Eventually the entire populations of towns and cities will drop dead."

2019-06-01 - Munitions plant explodes and burns in Dzerzhinsk (Russia), dozens injured:

Quote: "More than 80 people were injured and two more were missing after explosions and a fire at an explosives plant in Dzerzhinsk. The cause of the blasts that shattered windows in the city of 230,000 was not clear."

Quote: "Most of the people who were hurt were cut by flying glass from the explosion, which also caused a shockwave that smashed windows in homes and other factories in the city."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Ammo depots will be hit with explosions and fires, including the civilian versions like fireworks factories."

2019-06-01 - Chemical plant damaged by explosion and fire in Santa Clara (California):

Quote: "The fire sent an acrid odor into the air that residents could smell as far as 5 miles away."

2019-06-01 - Refinery rocked by explosion and fire in coastal Limbe (Cameroon):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Likewise, chemical plants of all types will burn and/or explode, including biofuels plants, fertilizer plants, specialty chemical plants, petroleum-related facilities and more."

2019-06-01 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire shortly after midnight, pile of junk cars burns, in Shady Hills (Florida):

Quote: "When they arrived, firefighters spotted a large stack of junk cars on fire. The blaze was contained to the pile of vehicles."

2019-06-01 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, big pile of scrap metal burns, on South 26th Street in Kansas City (Kansas):

Quote: "Fire crews in Kansas City, Kansas, spent several hours Saturday morning extinguishing a large scrap metal fire that sent up plumes of thick, dark smoke that could be seen for several miles. No injuries were reported at the fire in the 800 block of South 26th Street. Fire crews were called to the blaze just after 10 a.m. The fire sent flames and smoke as high as three stories, officials said on the Fire Department Twitter account."

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Metal-related businesses will be hit hard, including salvage yards and metal recycling centers."

2019-06-01 - Recycling center erupts in flame at 12:30 AM, fire gets big, on Bankwood Lane in New Rossington (Britain):

2019-06-01 - Landfill fire breaks out in Sicamous (Canada):

Note: From the full hypothesis: "Trash-related facilities such as recycling centers and landfills will burn hard too, as hydrogen sulfide is absorbed into flammable absorbent materials like wood, paper, cardboard, straw, hay, dried brush, generic trash, clothing, cotton, wool."

2019-06-01 - Lumber mill destroyed by fire in Comins (Michigan):

2019-06-01 - At least 50 cars destroyed by fire while parked in yard at police station in Sagarpur area in Delhi (India):

Quote: "New Delhi: More than 50 cars were gutted after a fire broke out in a yard at a Police station in Sagarpur on Saturday. The vehicles were parked outside Delhi Police dumping grounds in the area."

Note: Also see the car that burst into flame outside a train station in Delhi on this day...

2019-06-01 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at marina in coastal Bellevue (Washington):

2019-06-01 - Yacht bursts into flame while docked at marina in coastal Troon (Scotland), 1 injured:

Note: These are the 462nd and 463rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Main Street in Monroe (Connecticut):

Quote: "Tonight’s vehicle fire is being hosted by Monroe on Main Street just south of Pepper Street. The rear of a tractor trailer is on fire."

2019-06-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-90 near Black Hawk (South Dakota):

2019-06-01 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame while parked on Dead Horse Road west of Marathon (Canada):

Note: These are the 897th, 898th and 899th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-01 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on Northwest 31st Avenue in Lauderhill (Florida):

2019-06-01 - Garbage truck bursts into flame on street in Greer (South Carolina):

2019-06-01 - Dump truck bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Milton (Canada):

2019-06-01 - RV bursts into flame while parked in trailer park in Grand Junction (Colorado):

2019-06-01 - RV bursts into flame at toll booth on I-44 near Stroud (Oklahoma):

Note: These are the 192nd and 193rd RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-06-01 - Van bursts into flame while parked at home, fire spreads to outbuilding and home, in Cliffe Common (Britain), birds killed:

Quote: "Crews from Selby, York and Snaith have dealt with a fire at a domestic property. Fire started in a van, causing 100% fire damage to whole of vehicle. Fire then spread to an outbuilding containing an aviary and poultry. Severed fire, heat and smoke damage to the outbuilding and contents. A number of birds have perished. Fire also spread to an adjacent vehicle and corner of a domestic property resulting in heat damage to guttering and facia boards."

2019-06-01 - SUV bursts into flame at Burger King in Fargo (North Dakota):

Note: Enjoy the seizure-inducing ShakyCam in the YouTube video!

2019-06-01 - SUV bursts into flame on Sturges Road in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in Southington (Connecticut):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge near coastal Cape Charles (Virginia):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on highway near Sturgis (South Dakota):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on I-15 near Cedar City (Utah):

2019-06-01 - In separate incidents, at the same time, within 2 miles, car bursts into flame and brush fire breaks out, near Mitchell (Canada):

Quote: "Wiebe says they were able to put out the vehicle fire before it was totally burnt. He notes once their firefighters were wrapped up at the car fire they went back to help the remaining firefighters wrap up the grass fire."

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame outside train station in Delhi (India):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on the M8 near Cardonald (Scotland):

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on Brumby Wood Lane in Scunthorpe (Britain):

Quote: "Brumby Wood Lane, Scunthorpe. Sat 1 Jun 2019 18:39 (No:11807) Car fire. One BA, two hose reels, two dry powder extinguishers and Dammit Paste in use to stem fuel leak."

2019-06-01 - Car bursts into flame on Newbald Road in Beverley (Britain):

Quote: "Newbald Road, Newbald Road, Beverley. Sat 1 Jun 2019 13:57 (No:11787) Car fire. Two BA, two hose reels and small tools in use. Incident left with vehicle owner."

2019-06-01 - Vehicle bursts into flame on road in Escanaba (Michigan):

2019-06-01 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Highway 16 east of Prince George (Canada):

2019-06-01 - Motorcycle bursts into flame on US 68 near Nashville (Tennessee), 2 people burned:

2019-06-01 - Two cars and home go up in flames just before midnight in Indianapolis (Indiana):

Quote: "Indianapolis Fire crews took nearly a half hour to control the fire that heavily damaged the house and two cars. Investigators estimated damage at $400-thousand."

2019-06-01 - Several cars, shed and utility pole go up in flames at 3:46 AM, fire scorches home, on Downing Street in Chippenham (Britain):

Quote: "Upon arrival, crews found one shed on fire, 3 private vehicles and an electricity pole; the fire had also spread to the outside of the nearest property however did not spread to inside."

2019-06-01 - Mulch fire breaks out in Brookfield (Connecticut):

2019-06-01 - Stack of railroad ties goes up in flames near I-10 in Phoenix (Arizona):

Quote: "Phoenix fire told Arizona's Family that it was a stack of railroad ties on fire."

2019-06-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire on East 43rd Avenue in Denver (Colorado), 2 injured:

2019-06-01 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 6:30 AM in St. Louis (Missouri):

2019-06-01 - Home destroyed by fire on Oak Lakes Drive in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

2019-06-01 - Home destroyed by fire at 1 AM on Estates Drive in coastal Oakland (California):

2019-06-01 - Apartment building damaged by fire at Riverbanks Retreat Apartments on Comanchee Trail in West Columbia (South Carolina):

2019-06-01 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire on Outer Belle Drive in Trotwood (Ohio):

2019-06-01 - Deadly fire burns home on Southwest 43rd Street in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), 1 killed:

2019-06-01 - Two dolphins wash ashore dead in Mangalore (India):

2019-06-01 - Man and woman, 23 and 19, die unsuspiciously at home in Norwich (Britain), 1500 feet from the River Wensum:

Quote: "The bodies of a 23-year-old man and a woman, aged 19, have been found at a property in Norwich. Police were called to an address in Providence Place, off Quebec Road in Norwich at about 09:50 BST. The deaths are being treated as unexplained but were not thought to be suspicious, Norfolk Police said."

2019-06-01 - Two boys, 11 and 12, found dead in pond in Maharashtra (India):

2019-06-01 - Three people, 15, 19 and 25, die in reservoir in Telangana (India):

2019-06-01 - College student, man, dies in swimming pool at hotel in Eziobodo (Nigeria):

Quote: "The student, who was among the fresh batch of graduates of FUTO, Igwilo Steven, died in a hotel in Eziobodo, Ihiagwa, Owerri West local council of the state. The incident, The Guardian gathered, happened at about 6:30p.m. on Saturday. The body of the victim, who studied Microbiology, was found by the hotel attendant who also reported the incident to the police. The victim was rushed to the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Owerri where he was confirmed dead and his body deposited at the hospital’s mortuary."

2019-06-01 - Man, 57, dies in pond while pulling boat ashore, in Columbia (South Carolina):

2019-06-01 - Boy, 17, dies after being pulled from the water at Coon Lake in Anoka County (Minnesota):

2019-06-01 - Man, 53, dies after being pulled 4-feet-deep water in Hardy Lake in Scott County (Indiana):

Quote: "Investigators said Tim Nickelson, 53, of Marengo, was swimming with friends and family when they noticed he was missing. Swimmers eventually found Nickelson in approximately four feet of water."

2019-06-01 - Man, 60, found dead in Clarks Hill Lake at Wildwood Park in Columbia County (Georgia):

2019-06-01 - Person found dead in the Spokane River in Spokane (Washington):

2019-06-01 - Man, 18, found dead in the Winooski River in Bolton (Vermont):

2019-06-01 - Teenage boy dies in lake in Claiborne County (Mississippi):

2019-06-01 - Person found dead in the Connecticut River in West Springfield (Massachusetts):

Quote: "This is the second body discovered in the Connecticut River in a week."

2019-06-01 - Man, 51, employee, drops dead in freezer at grocery store in Columbus (Georgia):

Quote: "Byran says the death appears to be from a cardiac arrest and that no foul play is suspected at this time."

2019-06-01 - Man, late 50s, drops dead at Chipeta Park in Nederland (Colorado):

2019-06-01 - Person found dead in the Beaver Dam River near Beaver Dam (Wisconsin):

2019-06-01 - Person found dead in White Rock Lake in Dallas (Texas):

2019-06-01 - Man found dead in the Arkansas River near Pueblo (Colorado):

2019-06-01 - Man, 71, falls off boat and dies in Lake Jack Nolen near Greenwood (Arkansas):

2019-06-01 - Teen boy dies in the water at quarry in Des Moines (Iowa):

2019-06-01 - Military service member found dead near Nogales (Arizona):

2019-06-01 - Woman in her 30s found dead on path along canal in Banbury (Britain):

2019-06-01 - Man slumps over unconscious on boat on the Susquehanna River in Lancaster County (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "One man was rescued after being reported unconscious on a boat Saturday afternoon, in the Susquehanna River, according to Blue Rock Fire and Rescue Chief Christopher Ditzler. Ditzler did not know the man's name or why he was unconscious, but said he believed it was a medical issue."

2019-06-01 - Man, 58, has 'medical condition', car slams into home and kills man sitting inside, in Mattydale (New York):

Quote: "The driver of the car, who is in his 50s, appeared to have a medical condition that caused the crash, Piazza said."

2019-06-01 - Small plane makes emergency landing on beach in coastal Ocean City (New Jersey):

Quote: "This comes just days after a plane went down in the water off Cape May, New Jersey. A recovery operation for that pilot continues."

2019-06-01 - Small plane crash-lands in Tarlac (Philippine Islands), engine failure:

2019-06-01 - Tractor trailer veers off road at 1:20 AM, crashes into pole, sign and trees, on I-93 near Concord (New Hampshire), 1 injured:

2019-06-01 - SUV crashes into two cars and building in coastal San Francisco (California), 2 injured:

2019-06-01 - Pickup truck veers off road at 1:30 AM, crashes into pole and semi trailer, bursts into flame, near Springville (Utah), 1 killed:

2019-06-01 - Pickup truck crashes into store in Graysville (Tennessee), 1 injured:

2019-06-01 - Two family dogs attack and injure 3-year-old girl at home in Schenectady (New York):

2019-06-01 - Several dogs attack and injure two people in Dallas (Texas):

2019-06-01 - Cougar attacks and injures child at Enchantment Park in Leavenworth (Washington), cat killed:

2019-06-01 - Sinkhole closes highway near Kearney (Nebraska):

2019-06-01 - With temperatures 22C above normal, Alaska's vulnerable infrastructure is collapsing as millions of square kilometers of ice are gone:

2019-06-01 - Man in his 30s disappears into the water while swimming in Highgate Bathing Ponds in Hampstead Heath (Britain):

Quote: "The Kenwood Ladies Pond was also closed for part of yesterday after a 'medical incident.'"

Note: So the man disappeared in one pond and someone had a 'medical incident' in another pond...

2019-06-01 - Magnitude 5.3 earthquake and 5 more earthquakes strike near Korce (Albania), 4 injured:

Quote: "Six earthquakes in the space of two hours, the first with a magnitude of 5.3, shook south-eastern Albania on Saturday, injuring four people and causing damage to 100 houses, authorities and eyewitnesses said."

2019-06-01 - Lightning strike kills four people in Piave (Kenya):

2019-06-01 - Series of waterspouts filmed off the US Gulf Coast:

2019-06-01 - Huge swarm of locusts spreads from Pakistan into Rajasthan (India):

Quote: "Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district is witnessing the biggest attack in 26 years, said the Locust Warning Organisation (LWO), headquartered in Jodhpur."

2019-06-01 - Farmers are using Twitter to document the disastrous effects of climate change on crops:

2019-06-01 - Historically delayed planting season sends commodity prices rising in the US:

2019-06-01 - Cherry crops damaged by bad weather in Italy:

2019-06-01 - Hail and heavy rain damage orchards in Italy:

2019-06-01 - Continuous rain damaged crops in Misiones (Paraguay):


  1. Good morning Jonny and everyone reading here this morning. Congratulations to all for surviving the first 5 months of the year.

    Bringing up the quotes from the Full Hypothesis is a great idea every now and again for the newcomers, but especially to illustrate that all these events have been PREDICTED as outcomes to the JJF Hypothesis. And it's going to get [exponentially] worse as time goes by. Hang on as long as you can.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.2.19 Malaysia To Send 3,000 Tonnes Of Plastic Waste Back To Countries Of Origin [~ 13.25 min.]

    Google Cloud Outage, Greenhouse Gases & Earthquake Report with Margo (June 2, 2019) [~ 57.5 min.]

    [this one has a LOT of strange stuff in it]
    People somewhat MYSTIFIED by some of these things - "Ghost Moon" - "Ghost Jets" [MrMBB333] [~ 19 min.]

    [really makes one feel like we're living in a hologram]

    Temperature humans shouldn't have to endure: Deadly heatwave in northern India climbs above the 50 deg C 122 deg F mark triggering warnings of water shortages and heatstroke

    Pacific Ring Of Fire ramps up in May with the biggest quake of the year coincided with a large uptick of volcano activity
    [and the passage of the big asteroid with it's moon]

    The recent uptick in volcanic activity continues: Mount Merapi Indonesia blows ash columns up to 3,000 meters into the sky as the Pacific Ring ramps up

    It’s the wettest planting season American farmers can remember – And the flood season isn’t coming close to an end with Colorado’s snowpack being 437% of normal

    There has never been a spring planting season like this one. Rivers topped their banks. Levees were breached. Fields filled with water and mud. And it kept raining. [more]

    US Forces Blow Up Three Oil Tankers In Syria Enforcing Oil Embargo

    Deadly floods hit Ghana, leave twin-city metropolis Sekondi/Takoradi without power

    At least 10 people have been killed after a new wave of heavy rain hit parts of Ghana on May 31 and June 1, 2019. Many parts of the Western Region's capital Sekondi/Takoradi were flooded, resulting in total power outage. Heavy rain and floods also hit capital Acra, leaving at least one person dead. [more]

    Monday, 3 June 2019
    The new Brave browser

    ‘I would not stand in the way of Assange's extradition’ – UK Foreign Secretary Hunt

    Giant penis mowed into lawn near UK airport where Trump landed

    Ollie Nancarrow, a cocky 18-year-old art student, spent the weekend mowing out "Oi Trump" alongside a gigantic outline of a penis in a field for the POTUS to see as he'd fly into Stansted Airport.

    At a nearby field, Ollie also left the message "Climate change is real" below a drawing of a polar bear. [more]

    [more below]

  2. Some Boeing 737 MAX parts "improperly manufactured" that need to be replaced - FAA

    Boeing's troubled 737 MAX model, alongside its NG aircraft, has been hit by another safety issue as the plane manufacturer revealed that some aircraft parts were improperly manufactured and would need replacement.

    Up to 148 leading edge slat tracks - aerodynamic surfaces on a plane's wings, which allow it to operate at a higher angle of attack - had defects, the company told the US Federal Aviation Administration. All the faulty parts were produced by a Boeing sub-tier supplier and could affect up to 133 NG and 179 MAX planes worldwide. [more]

    Beijing says trade war "has not made America great again", quite the opposite

    Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods "not only failed to boost the economic growth in the US but caused serious harm" to its people, the Chinese government said in a white paper on trade, published on Sunday.

    The officials argued that the measures imposed by Washington make production costs go up, as "many" US manufacturers rely on Chinese raw materials. They also increased domestic prices because the tariffs make it harder to import "affordable" consumer goods from Beijing. [more]

    Summertime kicks off in the Northern Hemisphere
    [uhm . . it's still SPRING for a few more weeks]

    Those in the US of A who think they are the centre of the Universe might think things are otherwise.

    A warning of what's to come? Summertime kicks off in the Northern Hemisphere with Southeast US, Japan India and Pakistan all breaking heat-related-records

    WHY UFO disclosure now?

    I have chosen the NY Post but this story is everywhere over the media. Why have they chosen NOW to bring this out? There is no more evidence than was already out there, surely?

    UFO's pose ‘vital national security issue’: ex-defense official [contains 3 videos & some text]

    [next piece below]

  3. Israeli police force entry into Al-Aqsa mosque during Ramadan letting in Jewish settlers - First time in 30 years

    Israelis are usually prevented from entering the holy site during the last 10 days of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan when worshippers stay inside the site. This is the first time in around 30 years that Israelis have been allowed inside the site they call Temple Mount during this period. [more]

    [from our No SHIT, Sherlock piece]
    Fmr UK Minister warns Washington's brazen Mid East policy could lead to 'new world war'

    [probably what they WANT]

    How the Deep State is eliminating free speech 'the smart way'

    What may be a real cause for alarm, however, is that those whom they are trying to rope into their effort are banks and corporations... and that they're succeeding without a shot being fired.

    As an example, MasterCard is considering the selective restriction of individuals from their services and funds. Those individuals would be the ones that held unacceptable political views.

    PayPal and Patreon have barred selected individuals from receiving payments through their services when those individuals have been identified as holding "extreme views." More alarmingly, they've been supported in this decision by the US Securities and Exchange Commission. [more]

    [time to ditch your phones and the internet]

    [so much for "independent"]
    Mueller just proved his entire operation was a political witch hunt

    [one of the stupid things i still enjoy - gardening: gotta have the place all pretty and neat for the extinction!]
    The Healing Power of Gardens: Oliver Sacks on the Psychological and Physiological Consolations of Nature

    [the problem is, when i weed and mow, i'm destroying food the bunnies and bees eat]

    David Paulides: 'Bow hunters are now being found in bizarre circumstances'

    [~ 40 min. radio show spot]

    An experienced hunter, Aaron Hedges, was hunting with friends in the 'Crazy Mountains' in Montana in 2014, and get separated from the group, but was in contact with them via radio, before he went missing. A week after his disappearance, they found his boots and camelback in the snow, but ground searchers and dogs yielded no further evidence in the area.

    Nine months later, his backpack and vest were found, 15 miles away from the other location, yet it would seem impossible that he could have traveled that distance in the snow without shoes, Paulides noted. [more]

    [we saw this the other day]
    Russian scientists discover an entirely new reason for methane venting from the Arctic Shelf

    Scientists name a new reason for methane release in the Arctic

    [continued below]

  4. Domino #2: Chinese Bank With $105 BN In Assets On Verge Of Collapse

    Unfortunately for the PBOC, Beijing is now racing against time to prevent a widespread panic after it opened the Pandora's box when it seized Baoshang Bank two weeks ago, the first official bank failure in a odd replay of what happened with Bear Stearns back in 2008, when JPMorgan was gifted the historic bank for pennies on the dollar.

    And with domino #1 down, the question turns to who is next, and will they be China's Lehman. [more]

    Merkel's Government On Verge Of Collapse

    "The Coalition Has Come To An End": Merkel's Government On Verge Of Collapse After SPD Chief Resigns

    The point is that the alternative is the the beginning of the end for Europe as we know it, and Brussels will do everything in its power, and beyond, to prevent giving power back to the people. [more]

    HOME RAIDED of Man Who Helped Delete Hillary Clinton Emails

    Pompeo, Iran and Bilderberg

    Pompeo has just been at the Bilderberger meeting - Reuters cannot mention its name.

    U.S. Prepared to Engage With Iran With 'No Preconditions,' Says Pompeo

    [contains this, if you're playing along at home]

    Bilderberg 2019's 'unthinkable' Iran war, Albert's Pike's 1871 'Great Plan' for world domination? [2 videos]

    America’s persecution of Julian Assange has everything to do with Yemen

    The US feels enraged by any revelation of what it really knows, by any alternative source of information. Such threats to its control of the news agenda must be suppressed where possible [more; by the CIA/NSA]

    The Rare Earth Minerals In Venezuela The US Government Does Not Want You To Know About

    MINDBREAKING - The mental health effects of environmental change [~ 26.6 min.]
    Did The Government Just Test The Internet Kill Switch? [long zero hedge article]

    Israel Makes Missile Strike on Syrian Airfield, 1 Person Killed - Syrian Source

  5. [Robin has the entirety of this; i post some of 'em below]
    News Links, June 3, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Not Winning: Collapse in Global Trade Escalates, Imports -2.7%, Exports -4.0%

    Trump says US will impose 5% tariff on all Mexican imports from June 10

    Trade war could trigger a 'global financial crisis,' says ex-China central bank chief

    Trump to end trade privileges for India on June 5

    'The algorithm is our boss': Uber drivers face long hours, no benefits and sometimes danger

    Dow 25,000! Oops…

    The Ugly End of Globalization

    'The pain is just beginning': After 38,000 layoffs, Wall Street wakes up to 'peak car'

    The Engines of Large Airliners and the Costly Challenges Manufacturers Face

    Air Cargo Carriers Are Caught in Crossfire of Trump-China Trade War

    US greenlights missiles for al-Qaeda-linked, Turkish-backed Salafi-jihadists occupying Syria's Idlib

    What diplomacy? Here are 36 countries the US has bullied this week

    Taliban Leader Indicates No Ceasefire Anytime Soon

    Bolton Alleges Iran Maritime Sabotage But Evidence Points Elsewhere

    U.S. To Sanction Iranian Oil Buyers Without Exception

    Putin Has Rejected Iran's S-400 Missile Request Over Soaring Gulf Tensions

    Brazil snubs Venezuelan opposition envoy as doubts rise on Guaido

    'Dangerous overcrowding': 900 migrants cram into Border Patrol center designed for 125 people

    Mexican president hints at migration concessions to defuse U.S. trade spat

    IEA rings alarm bell on phasing out nuclear energy

    Nuclear power is not the answer in a time of climate change

    New Map Shows Expanse Of U.S. Nuclear Waste Sites [!]

    As planting window closes, Minn. farmers face tough choices

    Study: Does lab-grown insect meat fit into our food future?

    The 'Pocket-Sized Monster' Terrifying Farmers the World Over

    Who keeps buying California's scarce water? Saudi Arabia [while Nestle keeps stealing it]

    US Is Dependent On China For Almost 80% Of Its Medicine

    Hurricanes may pack more of a punch due to climate change, scientists say [MAY?!]

    Key American Allies in the Middle East Are the Real Tyrants

    Edward Snowden: With Technology, Institutions Have Made 'Most Effective Means of Social Control in the History of Our Species'

    In "Jaw-Dropping" Speech Malaysian PM Says "No Evidence" Russia Shot Down MH17

    Contracts Reveal How the DEA Exercises Control Over Television, Film Productions

    [2nd half below]

  6. China must stop eroding neighbours' sovereignty: US
    Pot calling kettle: While China certainly isn't innocent in this regard, there's a huge irony in the world's biggest meddler lecturing others while threatening its own allies with sanctions. -- RF

    Israeli 'intelligence' is fostering US bellicosity toward Iran — but 'quietly'

    BBC, Sky News Have Hidden Their Interviews With UN Expert On The Torture Of Assange

    Society Is In Decay–When the Worst Is First and the Best Is Last (Ralph Nader)
    If you want to see where a country's priorities lie, look at how it allocates its money

    Research whaling mission starts off Hokkaido [so with all the whales washing ashore dead, and many more probably dying out at sea, theses shit-heads want to keep hunting whales as "research"]

    Trump reportedly will threaten to curb intelligence sharing with UK over Huawei

    Pompeo tells Germany: Use Huawei and lose access to our data

    Huawei orders employees to cut meetings with US, sends American workers home, Financial Times reports

    The expense nearly half of Americans think can bankrupt them

    Crowded Car Lots Spur Discounts, But Auto Sales Keep Slipping

    Baby Bust: Millennial Birth Rates Plunges To Three-Decade Low

    Over a third of college students already have credit card debt

    Struggles of transport stocks transmit caution to market

    US Not Even at 'Sputnik' Stage in Dealing With Veterans' Mental Health: Wilkie

    USDA predicts agricultural exports will fall $6.3B this year amid trade disputes

    Why A "Safe Retirement" Is Becoming Too Difficult to Obtain

    Downtown Burlington, Iowa, inundated as flood wall fails along Mississippi River

    Pentagon Tells White House to Stop Politicizing Military
    [OH, ya mean like the Intelligence Agencies just did with Trump?]

    What's the Plan Mr. Tariff Man?

  7. [ a quick item from our Holy SHIT!

    Massive cruise ship crashes into Venice port due to engine failure, at least 5 injured [2 videos!]

    "The engine was blocked, but with its thrust on, because the speed was increasing," he continued. [more]

    Danish Muslims feel backlash as immigration policies become major election issue

    [what did they expect, after they shit on the welcome mat?]

    Huge swarm of locusts blight Indian town

    [yessiree boys & girls - fun times ahead!]

  8. Fall victim was not taking photos near Lake Tahoe waterfall, family says [37 sec. video]

    7-year-old gets 1,000 stitches after dog attack at Romoland animal rescue
    [28 sec. news item]

    [another installment of No SHIT, Sherlock]
    If we sent astronauts to Mars right now they’d almost certainly die

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    Australian archaeologists and Lao Government officials have reported discovering 15 new sites containing 137 of the massive stone jars, which are believed to be around 1000 years old.

    Experts believe the jars are related to disposal of the dead, but nothing is known for sure about their original purpose or the people who brought them there.

    "It's apparent the jars, some weighing several tonnes, were carved in quarries, and somehow transported, often several kilometres to their present locations," he says. "But why these sites were chosen as the final resting place for the jars is still a mystery." [more]

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