Thursday, June 13, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-12

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

2019-06-12 - Woman, 53, has heart attack and drops dead in hotel room in the Dominican Republic:

Quote: "A New York woman, 53, is the latest American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic, long one of the top Caribbean destinations for U.S. travelers. Leyla Cox of New Brighton went on vacation June 5 and was expected to return on June 12, as The Staten Island Advance reported. Cox, who had traveled alone before, was found dead of a heart attack in her hotel room, according to the news outlet."

2019-06-12 - Landfill fire breaks out before 1:30 AM in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2019-06-12 - Landfill fire breaks out near Beaumont (California):

2019-06-12 - Landfill fire burns out of control near Virden (Canada):

2019-06-12 - Heatwave broils Kuwait, 1 killed:

2019-06-12 - Vicious heatwave continues in India, 36+ people killed

Quote: "According to the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) department, the heatwave conditions in the country have cost the lives of 36 people, most of them in Andhra Pradesh. In 2018, the nation-wide toll was 25."

2019-06-12 - Terrible drought empties villages in India:

2019-06-12 - Frightening number of plant extinctions found in global survey:

2019-06-12 - Carbon emissions from energy industry rise at fastest rate since 2011:

2019-06-12 - Climate emergency declared in Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "Today, members of Auckland Council's Environment and Community Committee voted to join a growing community of cities around the world who have formally and publicly recognised the urgency for action on climate change by declaring a climate emergency."

Note: I don't think we should waste any more time underestimating the importance of beginning to think about starting to worry!

2019-06-12 - Two homes damaged by garage explosion, vehicles destroyed, in New Hope (Minnesota):

Quote: "Two homes are significantly damaged after an apparent explosion led to fire on the southern border of New Hope Wednesday afternoon."

Quote: "Damage to the first home is significant, with the garage gutted and a large portion of the living quarters impacted. Vehicles in the driveway are destroyed, little but metal skeletons. The adjacent house suffered damage to a section of roof and an outside wall. "

2019-06-12 - Home damaged by shop explosion in South Quesnel (Canada), 1 killed:

Note: These are the 94th and 95th residential explosions in 2019...

2019-06-12 - Recycling center erupts in flame, fire gets big, in Houston (Texas):

2019-06-12 - Wildfire breaks out near oil fields in San Ardo (California):

2019-06-12 - Wildfire breaks out, grows quickly to 2,000 acres, near Shandon (California):

2019-06-12 - Passenger plane hit by smoke, plane makes emergency landing in Shreveport (Louisiana):

Quote: "A plane had to make an emergency landing Wednesday morning at Shreveport Regional Airport. The American Airlines Airbus plane was diverted around 9:15 a.m. after the pilots reported smoke in the cockpit."

Note: This is the 70th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-12 - Natural gas platform erupts in flame in the Persian Gulf near Iran:

2019-06-12 - Boat bursts into flame at business in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2019-06-12 - Two boats and waterfront seafood restaurant go up in flames before 2:30 AM in coastal Poquoson (Virginia):

Quote: "No one was hurt in this fire, but two boats have some damage from the flames and the Surf Rider restaurant is done for."

2019-06-12 - Boat bursts into flame while docked at the Hamilton Island Marina on coastal Hamilton Island (Australia):

Note: These are the 495th, 496th, 497th and 498th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-12 - Fire truck bursts into flame in the wee hours at scene of garage fire at funeral home in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "A Hazmat team was on the scene after a fire truck caught fire at a funeral home in the Third Ward."

2019-06-12 - Transit bus bursts into flame on street in Toronto (Canada):

Note: This is the 280th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-06-12 - Two tractor trailers go up in flames while parked at truck stop in Mathis (Texas):

Quote: "An 18-wheeler engine fire at the Circle K truck stop parking lot torched another parked next to it Wednesday around noon."

2019-06-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 7 AM on I-71/I-75 near Fort Mitchell (Kentucky):

2019-06-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 1:25 AM on I-80 near Marne (Iowa):

2019-06-12 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on M-14 in Scio Township (Michigan):

Note: These are the 963rd, 964th, 965th, 966th and 967th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-12 - Garbage truck bursts into flame at 4:20 AM on I-10 in Tempe (Arizona):

2019-06-12 - Truck bursts into flame on St. John's Road in Tilney St Lawrence (Britain):

2019-06-12 - Truck bursts into flame shortly before 1:30 AM on State Highway 33 in coastal Paengaroa (New Zealand):

2019-06-12 - RV bursts into flame on Hubert Carrell Road outside of Huntington City (Texas):

2019-06-12 - RV bursts into flame on street in Roosevelt (Utah):

Note: These are the 201st and 202nd RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-06-12 - SUV bursts into flame while parked at high school in Albuquerque (New Mexico):

2019-06-12 - SUV bursts into flame while parked inside car dealership in Boyertown (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2019-06-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at Salvation Army in Piqua (Ohio):

2019-06-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-495 in Boxborough (Massachusetts):

2019-06-12 - Pickup truck burst into flame at business in Mitchell (South Dakota):

2019-06-12 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on Alberto Street in coastal Woodbrook on the island of Trinidad:

2019-06-12 - Car explodes into flame at auto shop in Lehigh Acres (Florida), 1 injured:

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on Northwest 36th Avenue in coastal Miami (Florida):

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on I-5 near Kelso (Washington):

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on US 101 in Newbury Park (California):

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on street in coastal New Plymouth (New Zealand):

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on the A39 in North Cornwall (Britain):

2019-06-12 - Car bursts into flame on Stoney Bank Drive in Kiveton Park (Britain):,car-fire-in-kiveton-park-was-accidental_32333.htm

2019-06-12 - Vehicle bursts into flame on Route 17 near Paramus (New Jersey):

2019-06-12 - Quad bike bursts into flame in Bridgerule (Britain):

2019-06-12 - Vehicles and garage destroyed by massive blaze in Mandan (North Dakota):

Quote: "'When you have a building like this, with this kind of construction and fuel load in it, vehicles, and personal belongings, and that kind of thing, it creates a lot of fire, very quickly,' said Shane Weltikol, Mandan fire captain.

2019-06-12 - Barn destroyed by fire in Rutherford County (Tennessee):

2019-06-12 - Barn destroyed by fire near Wingham (Canada):

2019-06-12 - Barn destroyed by fire at 4:43 AM in Loxwood (Britain):

2019-06-12 - Batteries explode and burn in carry-on bag at Yeager Airport in Kanawha County (West Virginia):

2019-06-12 - Junkyard goes up in flames in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2019-06-12 - Pile of railroad ties goes up in flames at business in Pueblo (Colorado):

2019-06-12 - Thrift store destroyed by fire just before 6 AM on West Main Street in Lewisville (Texas):

2019-06-12 - Storage facility damaged by fire in Salt Lake City (Utah):

2019-06-12 - Home damaged by garage fire at 6:25 AM near coastal Lake Worth (Florida):

2019-06-12 - Home damaged by fire on Kings Mills Road in Mason (Ohio), 2 injured:

2019-06-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire on North Church Street in Decatur (Illinois), 3 injured:

2019-06-12 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Wichita (Kansas), nobody there:

2019-06-12 - Two homes go up in flames on Glass Slipper Way in Citrus Heights (California), cat killed:

2019-06-12 - Apartment building damaged by fire on SE Hillmoor Drive in coastal Port St. Lucie (Florida):

2019-06-12 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in coastal San Jose (California):

2019-06-12 - Deadly fire burns home in coastal Longhope on the island of Hoy in the Orkney Islands (Scotland), 1 killed:

2019-06-12 - Vacant mobile home burns in Brilliant (Ohio):

2019-06-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire just before 5 AM, fire spreads to two more homes, in Kansas City (Missouri):

2019-06-12 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 1:15 AM near Berkeley Springs (West Virginia):

2019-06-12 - At least 60 ice seals found dead on the coast in Alaska:

Quote: "At least 60 dead ice seals have been found along the coast of the Bering and Chukchi seas in Alaska, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The agency said NOAA Fisheries is investigating reports of "unusually large numbers" of dead ice seals in the area."

2019-06-12 - Many birds dropping dead in coastal Campbellton (Canada):

2019-06-12 - Thousands of fish wash up dead in lagoon in Kulon Progo Regency (Indonesia):

2019-06-12 - Two men fall off boats and die in Lake Del Valle in Livermore (California):

Quote: "This is the second such incident in just a handful of days. Sunday, another man who was not wearing a life jacket drowned in nearly the same spot at the north end of Lake Del Valle."

2019-06-12 - Six people die in rivers and lakes in one day in Lithuania:

Quote: "The nation of 2.8 million hasn't seen rain for many weeks and a new June all-time heat record of 35.7 degrees Celsius (96 F) was reached in the central Lithuanian city of Kaisiadorys on Wednesday when six people drowned in rivers and lakes."

Note: Earth's one-two punch, the heat sends people unaware of what's going on into the water, and the water kills them. Pretty effective depopulation method, should kill off lots of people...

2019-06-12 - Six people die in canal and river in Firozabad (India):

2019-06-12 - Man, 45, found dead near swimming pool at beachfront hotel on coastal Koh Chang Island (Thailand):

Quote: "A Briton was found dead near a swimming pool in front of his hotel room on Koh Chang island on Wednesday."

Note: First pic shows them picking up his body, which appears to have been RIGHT next to the swimming pool. 'Medical event' in the pool and crawled out and died? Got out of pool and immediately had a 'medical event' and dropped dead?

2019-06-12 - Man, 42, found dead on beach in coastal Shinnecock Hills (New York):

2019-06-12 - Man, 34, found dead in the water at coastal Stinson Beach (California):

2019-06-12 - Boy, 14, collapses during football practice, dies shortly later, in coastal Tampa (Florida):

Quote: "A 14-year-old Tampa high school student died after collapsing during football drills on Tuesday, according to the Tampa Bay Times."

2019-06-12 - Person, probably missing woman, found dead in Lake Pflugerville (Texas):

2019-06-12 - Man, 77, washes ashore dead wearing life jacket and tethered to boat in coastal Yarmouth (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A preliminary investigation showed the death may have been caused by a medical incident or accident, the statement says."

2019-06-12 - Man, 52, found dead in wetlands area near the Pawcatuck River in coastal Westerly (Rhode Island):

2019-06-12 - Woman found dead in parking lot at shopping center in Pembroke Pines (Florida):

2019-06-12 - Man in his 30s found dead in creek in Henrico County (Virginia):

2019-06-12 - Man found dead in the Willamette River in Albany (Oregon):

2019-06-12 - Woman, 30, found dead in submerged car in the Missouri River in Pierre (Idaho):

2019-06-12 - Man, 39, has 'medical episode' at jail, dies shortly later, in Ogden (Utah):

Quote: "Police say that 39-year-old Eric Arthur Gavin experienced a 'medical episode' while in the Weber County Correctional Facility’s booking area, according to a press release from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office."

2019-06-12 - Person found dead near library in Laredo (Texas):

2019-06-12 - Man, 55, found dead in Lake Barcroft in Falls Church (Virginia):

2019-06-12 - Woman, 69, found dead in well in Hanchapola on the island of Sri Lanka:

2019-06-12 - Man was slumped over unconscious before small plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean east of Fort Lauderdale (Florida):

Quote: "A preliminary accident report revealed the pilot that was killed after a plane went into the Atlantic Ocean last month was unconscious before the plane went down. On May 24 just before 6 p.m., Carlos González-Mejia and the Cessna 560 he was flying crashed into the ocean about 310 miles east of Fort Lauderdale, according to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). The plane was destroyed when it landed in the ocean and Mejia's was 'presumed to be fatally injured.'"

2019-06-12 - Passenger has 'medical emergency' on ferry ship near coastal Nanaimo (Canada):

Quote: "Ferry sailings to and from Nanaimo had to be cancelled due to a medical emergency earlier this morning on the Horseshoe Bay-Departure Bay route."

2019-06-12 - Man has 'medical issue', car slams into pole, bursts into flame, in Detroit (Michigan), 1 injured:

Quote: "Two Detroit police officers are being credited with saving the life of a man who had a medical issue and crashed into a utility pole near Eastern Market."

2019-06-12 - Small plane crashes into Lake Maitland (Florida), 2 killed:

2019-06-12 - Small plane crashes along the Atchafalaya River near Opelousas (Louisiana), 2 killed:

2019-06-12 - Small plane makes emergency landing near Trapper Joe Lake on the Kenai Peninsula (Alaska):

2019-06-12 - Small plane runs off runway at airport in Centennial (Colorado):

2019-06-12 - Passenger bus and car collide head-on near Taktaharkany (Hungary), 13 injured:

2019-06-12 - Tractor trailer overturns on bridge over the Hudson River near Albany (New York):

2019-06-12 - Tractor trailer's brakes fail, truck slams into more than a dozen vehicles, in Morelos (Mexico), 6 killed, 21 injured:

Quote: "A semi-truck lost its brakes and collided with more than a dozen vehicles on the Mexico City-Cuautla highway on Wednesday morning, killing at least six people and injuring 21."

2019-06-12 - SUV veers off road, crashes into building, in Houston (Texas), 1 killed:

2019-06-12 - Pickup truck crashes into van, street light and sign, in Howell (Michigan):

Quote: "Police said a medical problem might have caused a driver to strike a van and knock over a street light and a crosswalk sign Wednesday evening in Howell."

2019-06-12 - Two cars collide head-on before 3 AM on US 101 in San Luis Obispo (California), 2 killed:

2019-06-12 - Car veers off road, crashes into pole, in coastal Los Angeles (California), two blocks from the ocean, 1 killed:

2019-06-12 - Car overturns just after 11 PM, bursts into flame, in Sawyers Valley (Australia), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2019-06-12 - Sinkhole opens on street in Evansville (Indiana):

2019-06-12 - Protective glass shatters into a thousand pieces at Willis Tower's SkyDeck in Chicago (Illinois):

2019-06-12 - Commercial building partially collapses in Nashville (Tennessee):

2019-06-12 - Water main breaks, road collapses under fire truck, in Fort Worth (Texas):

2019-06-12 - Water main breaks, sinkhole forms, in Timonium (Maryland):

2019-06-12 - Sewer main breaks, sinkhole opens, in Portland (Oregon):

2019-06-12 - Boy, 12, loses consciousness in swimming pool, resuscitated, in Aurora (New York):

2019-06-12 - Man found unresponsive in swimming pool at home, resuscitated, in Pearland (Texas):

Quote: "A woman called 911 upon finding her husband unresponsive in a pool in Pearland. Around 5:00 p.m., police were called to a home on Rayburn Lane, where CPR was already in progress. Paramedics were able to revive the man, he is currently at southeast Memorial receiving treatment."

2019-06-12 - Diver goes missing in Chickasaw Creek in Chickasaw (Alabama):

2019-06-12 - Woman, 64, has seizure near dude ranch in Cody (Wyoming):

Quote: "Park County Search and Rescue crews were called out yesterday morning to evacuate a woman who suffered a seizure while riding horses at a ranch on the North Fork."

2019-06-12 - The latest on the threat for abrupt methane release from the East Siberian Sea:

2019-06-12 - CNN produces article on Arctic sea ice melting from below:

2019-06-12 - Leading expert warns that a deadly underground volcanic eruption could strike urban Australia at any moment causing torrents of lava to flow through the streets:

Note: Then Australians can point at other eruptions around the world and go, 'That's not an eruption. THIS is an eruption!'

2019-06-12 - Tropical Cyclone Vaju heads toward India, 300,000 people evacuating:

2019-06-12 - Hailstones the size of grapefruits (!) batter countries across Europe:

2019-06-12 - Violent storm pounds Lombardy (Italy):

2019-06-12 - Brazil guts environmental agencies, clears way for unchecked deforestation:

2019-06-12 - Superflares could threaten Earth says study:

2019-06-12 - St. Louis Blues win their first ever Stanley Cup in St. Louis (Missouri), Phish plays 'Gloria' and 'Loving Cup' at nearby concert:

Note: Woohoo, now we've got baseball, beer, flooding, riots, rampant murders AND hockey!


  1. I have some extra time today so I'm heading out to Lake Pflugerville to look for the missing kayak. I'm feeling a bit down and out too so I think I'll go for a swim as well. Bwahahahahaha....

  2. Of course I may be wrong, but I can't help thinking that the authorities are spewing a line of BS about that kayak being blown away in the storm. Even if that were true they could find it in the area surrounding the lake pretty easily. Just in the 90s that area east of the actual town Pflugerville was pflat pfarmland. No pforested area. No rocky hills. A very simple terrain. If you look at Google maps of this lake with the satellite pfeature you'll see what I mean. This lake wasn't even created until 2006. And it is a very small lake. I still don't know why it took two whole days just to pfind the body. It's average depth is 10 ft with a maximum depth of 36 ft.

    I was wondering how this lake was even made since there is no river or creek pflowing into it. I now know that it is pfed by a 16 mile pipe from the Colorado River. Of course these days it is also a gas pipeline since it transports H2S along with the river water.

  3. Good morning Jonny and your readers. After a rainy day yesterday (man, it's so LUSH around here - except for all the dying trees that are very thinly leafed), we're up for a beautiful day, with below avg. temps and a little breezy.

    How about the garbage truck fire at 4:20! Smoke 'em if ya got 'em.

    Peculiar how the fire truck went up in flames as they were battling a garage fire at a funeral home, no?

    Two-a-days: two homes (from garage fire) in MN, two boats, two parked tractor trailers, two homes in CA, and two men in the same lake in the same week.
    and a coupla SIXES: 6 people drown in both Lithuania and India!

    i see the Willamette claimed another victim.

    St. Louis has a lot going on!

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.13.19 Rare June heat wave grips San Francisco as triple-digit heat stifles West [~ 18.7 min.]

    [Kevin keeps touting XR that wants to stop fossil fuel use, though he KNOWS it will make matters decidedly worse even more quickly if we do that, due to the AME]

    Earthquake Report with Margo (June 13, 2019) [~ 31.75 min.]

    As the world grapples with plastic, the U.S. makes more of it — a lot more

    In the last two years alone, companies such as ExxonMobil and Dow have built or started construction on at least 17 new U.S. polyethylene plants and lines, according to a Center for Public Integrity review of corporate plans. It’s a surge largely centered along the coasts of Texas and Louisiana.

    a U.K. firm focused on waste in marine environments, estimated in 2016 that 230,000 metric tons of plastic pellets slip into the oceans every year. (That’s so many of them, it’s in the trillions.) [more; we're all consuming or ingesting it now]

    Global peacefulness improves for first time in five years, but world still less peaceful than a decade ago

    Study projects substantial declines in large fish and marine species with warming oceans – “There are substantial consequences for marine ecosystems on a global scale”

    [with the marine die-off highlighted practically DAILY here, it's no surprise to us!]

    2 months' worth of rain in 48 hours triggers floods, disrupts travel, UK

    Parts of central United Kingdom recorded double the amount of rain that typically falls during the entire month of June in two days. In the 48 hours ending on the morning of June 12, 2019, a total of 107.2 mm (4.22 inches) flooded Holbeach in Lincolnshire. The town receives an average of 53.2 mm (2.09 inches) during the entire month. [more]

    [more below]

  4. [from our DUH files]
    California plan to give free health care to illegal immigrants an 'unsustainable financial burden'

    China flood death toll hits 61, while 350,000 are evacuated [incl. 6 short videos - check out the landslides and bridge collapse!]

    Lightning strike kills 2 people in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania

    Chile's coast hit by powerful shallow earthquake of magnitude-6.5

    Rare June heat wave grips San Francisco as triple-digit heat stifles West

    UK floods: Homes evacuated in state of emergency and travel disrupted

    Half of Greenland's Surface Started Melting This Week, Which Is Not Normal

    There's some really intense melting in the Arctic right now

    "Every year we smash a record that we’re shocked at," said Jeremy Mathis, a longtime Arctic researcher and a current board director at the National Academies of Sciences.

    By the end of May, Arctic sea ice overall was vastly diminished, running some 436,000 square miles below average. Now, the downward trend continues, with the lowest sea ice on record for mid-June. [more]

    MIND-BLOWING - the extent of Greenland ice melt

    "So I near had a stroke seeing this..."

    "I'm looking at forecasts for the Arctic...swaths of Greenland above freezing for days. With the interior well above zero F (lots of teens and 20s). Over the Eastern Siberia to the shore of the East Siberian Sea? 70s and 80s during the day and 50s and 60s at night. Same weather I'm experiencing today in Lincoln, Nebraska...but on the shores of the Arctic Ocean."

    --Nicholas Humphrey
    The attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman - a FALSE FLAG

    Iran Has Little to Gain From Oman Tanker Attacks [more]

    British Home Secretary signs extradition order to extradite Julian Assange

    The Omnipresent Surveillance State: Orwell’s 1984 Is No Longer Fiction

    “You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984 [more]

    THOUSANDS Are Vanishing Off The Face Of The Earth | Major Update [secureteam10 video] [~ 11.5 min.]

    1. The oil tanker attack false flag failed. Iranians came to rescue the crews before the US Navy arrived.

      But Bolton will try again. Rest assured.

  5. [a few stories from the long list at RF]
    News Links, June 14, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    Analysts: 2019 Oil Demand Growth Could Be Lowest In Years

    Australia's "Grim" Retail Sector "Clearly In Recession", Warns National Australia Bank

    Morgan Stanley says concerns about a US slowdown may be about to get a whole lot worse

    Climate Change Could[?] Trigger Global Financial Crisis [IS!]

    There are so many unsold cars in India now that automakers are taking forced holidays

    Wal-Mart and Hundreds of Other Companies Call on Trump to Drop China Tariffs

    U.S. government posts $208 billion deficit in May

    Carmageddon: Auto Demand Facing a 'Sustained Downturn' in World's Two Biggest Markets

    Retirees Might Run Out of Money 10 Years Before They Die

    Boeing airliner deliveries falter amid 737 Max woes, falling 56% from last year

    FAA says has no timetable for Boeing 737 MAX's return to service

    Southwest extends Boeing 737 MAX cancellations through Sept. 2

    America's Current War Plans for China, Russia Will Not Work, New Report Says

    Officials: US to Send About 1,000 More Troops to Poland

    Eye On Iran, Israelis Conduct Huge Two-Week Exercise On Cyprus

    Netanyahu Vows More Preemptive Attacks Against Syria

    New U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers Can't Launch F-35s Until 2027: Report

    Less than 20% of B-1 Lancers are operational due to neglect from the Air Force

    The indigenous resistance against Jair Bolsonaro

    Extending the US Embargo on Cuba & Hurting the People

    ICE Is Cramming Immigrants Into Filthy, Overcrowded Facilities

    Siberian women want to come to Canada as environmental refugees

    In nearly 100-degree heat, migrants still packed outside in camp at international bridge

    Hydropower can't help with the energy crisis

    Oil Producer In Libya: It's A Day-To-Day Struggle To Keep Pumping

    Trump says he's considering slapping sanctions on gas pipeline from Russia to Germany

    [2nd piece below]


  6. A hydrogen fueling station explosion in Norway has left fuel-cell cars nowhere to charge

    US farmers swamped by trade war tariffs and unprecedented rains

    North Korea taking 'emergency' measures to contain swine fever

    The price of apples is soaring in China, and Beijing is showing concern

    Fall armyworms from China invade Taiwan

    USDA Slashes Corn Yield Estimates, Leaves Soybeans Unchanged

    E. coli risk leads King Arthur Flour to recall bags of its unbleached All-Purpose Flour

    Shocking decline in the health of US Millennials (Blue Cross Blue Shield report)

    Canadian Arctic island coast collapsing up to a meter a day

    Photos: Severe flooding prompts states of emergency, leaves 3 dead in North Carolina

    Australia approves vast coal mine near Great Barrier Reef

    Sign the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space

    The CBP Theft Is Exactly What Privacy Experts Said Would Happen

    LG Elec's 5G phones in doubt as chip deal with Qualcomm set to expire

    Why Didn't Mueller Investigate Seth Rich?

    Just When You Thought Surveillance Tech Couldn't Get Any More Orwellian…

    When you take a commercial genetic test, you opt your whole family into warrantless state genetic surveillance

    It Only Costs Google $20 Million A Year To Control The U.S. Government

    DOJ Bloodhounds on the Scent of John Brennan (Ray McGovern)
    With Justice Department investigators' noses to the ground, it should be just a matter of time before they identify Brennan as fabricator-in-chief of the Russiagate story.

    Propaganda Is The Root Of All Our Problems

    Jordan Peterson Close To Launching "Anti-Censorship" Social Media Platform [what's a psychologist know about tech?

    Secrecy and Lies: Chernobyl and the U.S. Government

    Cover-Ups and Truth Tellers
    Lawrence Davidson finds a reversal of values — in who gets punished and who does not — when whistleblowers and publishers expose immoral behavior by governments.

    The Self-Destructive Trajectory of Overly Successful Empires

    'Deaths of despair' from drugs, alcohol and suicide hit young adults hardest (US) [we'll all be doing it soon enough]

    Huawei files to trademark mobile OS around the world after U.S. ban

    Forget Russiagate, Now it's US-gate! US Election Meddling Extends to Britain

    Burst Thames Water pipe cuts off up to 100,000 London homes

    Young people to advise UK on hitting net zero emissions by 2050 [pffff - no one will be around!]

    Chinese ambassador warns Britain over blocking Huawei - BBC

    A Morgan Stanley reading on the economy collapses by the most ever

    America first? How NeoCon Billionaire Paul Singer Is Driving the Outsourcing of US Tech Jobs to Israel

    Trade War Nightmare Causes Logistical Hell For Los Angeles Ports

    The size of the undocumented workforce is shrinking in the US

    Social Security Is Staring at Its First Real Shortfall in Decades [Congress "borrowed" the money long ago]

    A $45 billion public works plan and what does Illinois get? Deeper in debt.

    Nearly 40% Of Americans Don't Ever See Themselves Retiring

    New Survey: 69% Of U.S. CFOs Believe That A Recession Will Start "By The End Of 2020"

  7. JOHN KIRIAKOU: Bolton’s Long Goodbye

    John Bolton’s days as national security advisor are apparently numbered—for reasons that have all played out in the press, says John Kiriakou.

    The White House, and especially the National Security Council, are in disarray. And Bolton will soon be fired. [more; hope he's correct]

  8. I am here at Lake Pflugerville. The lyrics from that old Hank Williams Jr. song comes to mind...."Well I think I know what my father meant when he sang about lost kayak...

    1. Okay I think my detective work on the Lake Pflugerville incident is complete. It was good to get up there for a change of scenery.

      Anyway, the woman did not use her own personal kayak that day, which is what I had assumed. Most kayaks that you can buy are long and narrow, which is why I couldn't envision even a 45 plus MPH wind blowing away. This lake has a kayak rental business. They are cheap, plastic and quite wide. Wider than your more professionally well made models. Not very substantial or heavy. I can see how a high wind from a storm could blow one out of the water. It'll probably end up being found one day, if it hasn't already. Found and not turned in, that is.

      I happened to walk up just as the guy who worked the kayak rental place was talking to someone else about the incident. They were good enough to allow me to listen in. He said that the storm came up very quickly, which I do know is true because that same line of storms hit where I live that same day further south. She was just way out too far and she was not wearing her life vest. I know there was no fire because he said he started out to go help her, but the storm was too strong and he couldn't continue.

      It was pretty windy out there today. Probably sustained fifteen MPH winds with gusts up to 20 or higher. Just in that wind I wouldn't have wanted to be out in one of those plastic rental kayaks. I could only imagine winds twice that speed with hard driving rain.

      So I think this was truly a drowning, which is why it probably took a few days to find her. With her lungs full of water the body sunk until the bloating finally set in and it became a floater. I'm glad it's not my job to find those.

  9. Attaway to check things out, Mike. We're lied to much too often in the msm to trust them. It's great when you can check things out for yourself - and generous of you to take the time to do the research and then forward it here.

    170 sheep and goats killed by lightning bolt in Banihal, Kashmir

    Mother, 4-year-old son attacked by coyote in New Jersey park

    The mother and son were taken to an area hospital for treatment. Both suffered only minor injuries.

    An adult male coyote can be about 40 pounds and run over 30 mph.

    [cop shot a coyote in a nearby backyard]

    Coyotes do not generally attack humans, but the Humane Society will test to see if the animal was rabid. [more]

    At least 60 ice seals found dead along west Alaska coast

    What in the world is going on in the Dominican Republic? (Update)

    But according to CBS News, there have been at least six tourist deaths in the Dominican Republic in the past year alone.

    It looks to me, from what I've heard and read, is that something was added to the drinks or bottles in those little refrigerators. [more]

    "Record number of South Sudanese face critical lack of food

  10. Looks like I was dead wrong about the false flag attack on the oil tankers failing. Just saw the Drudge Report, aka the Zio Con Report, and it looks like war is imminent.

    Oh well....let's get this shit over with.