Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Event Update For 2019-06-24


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

2019-06-24 - Man suddenly sickens, vomits, kidneys failing, in the Dominican Republic:

Quote: "On Sunday, when Adkins tried to fly back to the U.S., he was dripping with sweat and vomited in the plane’s bathroom, according to his sister-in-law, Marla Strick. Adkins was then forced to disembark. Adkins was hospitalized in the Dominican capital, Santo Domingo. 'They transferred him to Santo Domingo and [said] that his breathing is really bad and that his kidneys were failing,' said Strick."

2019-06-24 - More on the woman who smelled an odor and sickened in the Dominican Republic:

Quote: "Tina said she woke under the air conditioning unit in their room."

Quote: "During the second day of the trip, the 49-year-old and her husband, John, returned to their room to take a nap. But soon the couple awoke to a strange odor. 'It smelled like paint,' Tina told the news outlet. 'My throat and nose were on fire,' she said. She immediately 'jumped up and ran outside, coughing and hacking,' according to her husband, who said his throat also 'stung bad.'"

Quote: "She was revived by a medic using a defibrillator and transferred to a hospital, where lesions were discovered on her lungs, the couple said. Upon returning home, Tina saw a doctor, who told her that she could’ve died on the Caribbean island. 'You’ve been poisoned, but we don’t know from what,' the physician reportedly told the couple."

Note: So she was laying next to the AC unit, which exchanges air with the outside. So the smell came from outside and it almost killed her. Not a lot of things that could be, that would come from outside, be that potent and hit that quickly, at a resort on the coast...

2019-06-24 - Unknown rotten egg odor continues hitting coastal Canvey Island (Briain):

2019-06-24 - Person found dead in burning car at 1 AM near the Tule River in Porterville (California):

Quote: "While investigators were looking for the cause of the blaze, they found a body inside the vehicle, deputies said. It's possible that the car's engine caught fire while the driver was inside."

2019-06-24 - Ammunition depot devastated by fire and explosions near Arys (Kazakhstan), 2 killed, 165 injured, tens of thousands evacuated:

Quote: "Two people were killed, 165 people injured and roughly 40,000 people were evacuated after an explosion rocked a military depot in Kazakhstan's southern city of Arys, Turkestan region, the Ministry of Internal Affairs announced Tuesday."

Quote: "The explosions at the depot have been powerful enough to have been registered by the nation's seismic service."

2019-06-24 - Unprecedented weeklong heatwave advances across Europe:

Quote: "Authorities have urged children and older people to stay indoors and issued severe warnings against dehydration and heatstroke as an unprecedented week-long heatwave begins its advance across continental Europe."

2019-06-24 - Toxic blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) spreading along the coast in Mississippi, 9 beaches closed:

Quote: "Beaches in our neighboring Mississippi counties are closing at a rapid rate because of a harmful, blue-green algae bloom spotted in the area. As of Monday, the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality closed nine beaches in Harrison and Hancock Counties."

2019-06-24 - Possible food crisis imminent as crops fail across the US:

2019-06-24 - Wildfire breaks out and grows rapidly to 18,500 acres in the Florida Everglades in Broward County (Florida):

2019-06-24 - Yacht bursts into flame in the wee hours while docked in coastal Miami Beach (Florida):

2019-06-24 - Charter boat bursts into flame near coastal Gladstone (Australia):

Quote: "Fourteen family members have been rescued from a charter boat that caught fire and sunk off the Queensland coast. They climbed into a tinnie to escape the flames, only to be thrown into the water when it capsized, police say. A man, 74, is being treated for exhaustion and hypothermia after being airlifted to Gladstone Hospital. Two men were also taken to hospital with minor injuries. Paramedics say the other 11 escaped without injury after the boat fire some 20 nautical miles off Gladstone on Monday morning."

2019-06-24 - Yacht bursts into flame in the Mediterranean Sea near the island of Mallorca (Spain):

Quote: "Former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko says his boat trip off Spain with family and friends was cut short after a fire broke out on board. The 43-year-old Ukrainian said in a tweet Tuesday the group was evacuated from the motor yacht in the Mediterranean Sea on Sunday night."

2019-06-24 - Boat, SUV and garage destroyed by fire at home in Bloomer (Wisconsin):

Quote: "The garage, a car and a boat were a total loss."

Note: These are the 540th, 541st, 542nd and 543rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-24 - Passenger bus bursts into flame in Münsingen (Switzerland):

Note: This is the 301st bus to burn in 2019...

2019-06-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in Otsego County (Michigan):

2019-06-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Route 20 in LaFayette (New York):

2019-06-24 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at 3 AM while parked at home, fire spreads to home, in Fredericton (Canada), 1600 feet from the St. John River:

Quote: "Mike Mizner, platoon captain with the Fredericton Fire Department, said a tractor trailer caught fire around 3 a.m. The fire later spread into the attic of the home where the vehicle was parked."

Note: These are the 1039th, 1040th and 1041st tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-06-24 - Ambulance bursts into flame while parked on street in coastal Manhattan (New York):

2019-06-24 - RV and tow car destroyed by fire on Hudson River bridge near Nyack (New York):

Quote: "The fire involved an RV towing a personal vehicle, according to the statement."

Quote: "The flames soon consumed the RV and the Honda CR-V it was towing behind it."

2019-06-24 - RV bursts into flame at Fruitridge Road and Freeport Boulevard in Sacramento (California):

2019-06-24 - RV bursts into flame on street in Medford (Oregon):

Note: These are the 215th, 216th and 217th RVs to burn in 2019...

2019-06-24 - Van bursts into flame while parked at home on Hither Bath Bridge in Brislington (Britain):

2019-06-24 - Van bursts into flame on Kingston Road in Taunton (Britain):

2019-06-24 - Van bursts into flame on the Outer Ring Road in Bengaluru (India):

2019-06-24 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home near Big Prairie (Ohio):

2019-06-24 - Six cars go up in flames while parked at tow yard in coastal Hilo (Hawaii):

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame in parking lot on East Riverside Drive in St. George (Utah), 500 feet from the Virgin River:

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame at home, fire spreads to shed, on Academy Road in Monmouth (Maine):

Quote: "Monmouth Fire Department quickly knocked down a car fire that spread to a neighboring shed Monday afternoon on Academy Road."

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame at home on Foxtail Street in Lehigh Acres (Florida):

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame on I-84 in Cheshire (Connecticut):

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame at roundabout in Halesfield (Britain):

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame on Ridgeway in Sherborne (Britain):

2019-06-24 - Car bursts into flame on Kirkdale Road in Leytonstone (Britain):

2019-06-24 - Vehicle and shed destroyed by fire at home near Darlington (Wisconsin):

2019-06-24 - Warehouse damaged by fire near cruise ship terminal in coastal Baltimore (Maryland):

2019-06-24 - Storage facility heavily damaged by fire in Pittsfield Township (Michigan):

2019-06-24 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Isle of Wight County (Virginia):

2019-06-24 - Home destroyed by fire in the Moncrief area in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-06-24 - Six-unit apartment building heavily damaged by fire on South Whiting Street in New Britain (Connecticut):

2019-06-24 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Little River (South Carolina), near the coast, 1 injured:

2019-06-24 - Deadly fire burns home at 3:30 AM in Yazoo City (Mississippi), 1 killed:

2019-06-24 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 5:30 AM in the Kensington area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-06-24 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Vermilion Lake Township (Minnesota):

2019-06-24 - Vacant knitting mill burns in the wee hours in South Pittsburg (Tennessee):

2019-06-24 - Two more gray whales found dead along the coast in Alaska:

Quote: "Two more gray whales were confirmed dead in Alaska, bringing the local total number of deaths to 12 this year, the Alaskan regional office of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries said Monday. The office said they first received a report of a dead juvenile gray whale in waters south of Egegik, in Bristol Bay, last Friday. 'NOAA confirms 2 more dead gray whales in #Alaska. Total is now 12, after a report Friday of a juvenile gray whale floating 10 miles south of Egegik, in Bristol Bay; and Sunday, report of a male gray whale on Sitkinak Is., east of Kodiak Is.,' the office tweeted."

2019-06-24 - Infant boy dies after being found unresponsive at home in coastal East New York (New York):

2019-06-24 - Man, 62, suddenly dies at beach on coastal Key West (Florida):

Quote: "The Monroe County Sheriff's Office said that a witness saw 62-year-old Jerry Earl Hickerson motionless on Higgs Beach in Key West Monday afternoon and thought he was sleeping. The sheriff's office says a short time later, she tried to wake him up when things didn't seem right. She discovered he was dead."

2019-06-24 - Man, 45, bluegrass musician Jeff Austin, has 'medical emergency', dies shortly later, in coastal Seattle (Washington):

Quote: "Bluegrass musician Jeff Austin died on Monday, days after canceling upcoming shows due to an unspecified 'medical emergency.'"

2019-06-24 - Woman, 42, has 'medical emergency' at jail, dies shortly later, in coastal Sand Point (Alaska):

Quote: "The Sand Point Police Department received a report of an inmate experiencing a medical emergency at the jail on Saturday, according to an Alaska State Troopers dispatch. The inmate, identified as 42-year-old Lori Wilson of Sand Point, was transported to the local clinic. Troopers say attempts to save Wilson's life were unsuccessful. Wilson's family was notified of her death."

2019-06-24 - Man, 79, collapses dead near pond near his home, alligator drags him into pond and chews on his corpse, on coastal Kiawah Island (South Carolina):

Quote: "A man thought missing in Kiawah Island over the weekend and later found in a pond near his home has died of natural causes according to the Charleston county coroner."

2019-06-24 - Man, 71, falls off boat and dies at school in Lebanon (Tennessee), possible toppler:

2019-06-24 - Man found dead in submerged car in Mill Creek in Cincinnati (Ohio):

2019-06-24 - Man, 50, found dead in the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2019-06-24 - Man slumps over dead in car in the Chickasaw area in Louisville (Kentucky):

2019-06-24 - Man, 59, has 'medical event' and dies while riding electric scooter in coastal Auckland (New Zealand):

Quote: "A man who died in a Lime e-scooter incident is believed to have suffered a medical event, police say."

Note: Yep, coastal areas are the most likely places for people to have 'medical events' and fall over dead...

2019-06-24 - Man found dead in Stann Creek in Red Bank (Belize):

2019-06-24 - Young woman convulses, foams at the mouth and dies in Ekiti State (Nigeria):

2019-06-24 - Woman, 43, foams at the mouth and dies at hotel in Ntotroso (Ghana):

2019-06-24 - Man, 23, found dead in canal near Kammattipadam (India):

2019-06-24 - Woman has 'medical incident', SUV plows into donut shop, in Flint (Michigan), 3 injured:

Quote: "Fire officials say a woman, experiencing some type of medical incident, ended up crashing this SUV."

2019-06-24 - Two Eurofigher Typhoon fighter jets collide mid-air then crash and burn near Müritz (Germany), 1 killed:

2019-06-24 - Small plane crashes into Okanagan Lake (Canada), 2 injured:

2019-06-24 - Tour bus overturns on the island of Eleuthera (Bahamas), 26 injured, several seriously:

2019-06-24 - Two tractor trailers crash at 4:45 AM on Huron River bridge, fire erupts, in Ann Arbor (Michigan), 1 killed:

Quote: "It took almost the entire day, but the eastbound lanes of M-14 have reopened near Barton Drive at the Huron River bridge. The crash happened around 4:45 a.m. Monday on the bridge, so there were no accessible exits for miles in either direction."

2019-06-24 - RV crashes onto ferry ship on the Saguenay River in Quebec (Canada), 1 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "A 40-year-old man has died after the RV he was driving crashed onto a ferry where Quebec's Saguenay River meets the St. Lawrence on Monday afternoon. His only passenger, a 40-year-old woman, remains in hospital in critical condition, according to police."

2019-06-24 - SUV slams into car which hits motorcycle, in Spanish Fork (Utah), 1 killed, 5 injured:

Quote: "Police believe the driver of the Nissan, a man in his 60s, might have experienced a medical episode that prompted the crash."

2019-06-24 - Car and tractor trailer crash head-on at 5:15 AM near Bucksnort (Tennessee), 1 killed:

2019-06-24 - Car veers off road, crashes into home, bursts into flame, in Wilmington (Delaware), 1 injured:

2019-06-24 - Naked man runs around in parking lot at Walmart in coastal Titusville (Florida):

2019-06-24 - Two dogs attack and seriously injure 7-year-old girl in Cleveland County (Oklahoma):

2019-06-24 - Landslide hits apartment building in New Taipei City (Taiwan):

2019-06-24 - Sinkhole closes baseball field in New Castle (Pennsylvania):

2019-06-24 - Major telecommunications outage hits the Netherlands:

2019-06-24 - Powerful magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes in the Banda Sea (Indonesia), felt from Bali to Australia:

2019-06-24 - Hailstorms damage crops across Italy:

2019-06-24 - Heavy rain and flooding cause major damage in Neuchâtel (Switzerland):

2019-06-24 - Massive freshwater reservoir buried beneath the Atlantic Ocean stretches from Massachusetts to southern New Jersey:

2019-06-24 - Asteroid 3 times bigger than a football field will zip by Earth Thursday at more than 25,400 mph:

2019-06-24 - Trump's Agriculture Department buries studies showing dangers of climate change:

Note: They can bury all the studies they like but it won't stop the Earth from burying US...


  1. Good day to you, Jonny - and all your readers. It's looking like the Dominican Republic is becoming "ground zero" for JJFH events lately. Of course many other countries have had similar stories - like India, for example - but this locale has the headlines. I don't know how long they will be able to keep up this charade, but many people are now exposed to the news and are asking questions. Will they lead to JJFH going mainstream?

    Widespread crop failures around the world is the next looming crisis that will impact many in the near future. Speaking only for me - I'd rather it be quick and not starve to death or have no water. Could mass suicides be far behind?

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 6.25.19 70 climate change protesters arrested outside of New York Times building
    https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCz0okP--rmK1v41YgJu8kxA [~ 12.5 min.]

    More on Raikoke & Earthquake Report with Margo (June 25, 2019)
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-zyjA96mnR4. [~ 41.3 min.]

    1. Several of the people in the DR had bouts of vomiting. Of course that couple who died over the Memorial Day weekend in....was it Tahiti?....one of the south Pacific Islands....anyway I think the powahs that be are going to have more of a difficult time explaining away all of these similar illnesses that lead to death in all of these island and coastal resorts.

      2019 is truly a year of quickening. Art Bell used to use that 'quickening' term back in the day. Of course that was a walk in the park compared to now.

      And this year, probably in the early autumn, the economic SHTF scenario finally arrives. The main prognosticators that I trust the most are forecasting this. The guy who is saying there will be food shortages in July, forgot his name, is a bit too hasty. I think that will hit this autumn as well. By the Holiday Season people, well, let's just say that there won't be much to be Merry about. Eating will be a very expensive affair. Widespread restaurant failures are coming by the Holidays I think. 2020 will go from the 'quickening' to the 'frightening'.


    2. I think you mean the couple in the Fiji Islands. And yeah, you could be right about all of that. I'm not making any timing-related predictions, but the path we're on seems clear enough. That said, we're deep into uncharted waters here, so I won't be shocked if we're hit with some additional surprises of one kind or another before the USS Humanity goes under. Last person alive, turn out the lights!

  2. Hey Mike! I agree with your observation regarding fall, however Hal Turner, in his article, provided a chart at the bottom of crop harvesting dates, most of which are ready in July and August. So at least people will notice and it will probably hit the news. Everyone so far seems to think it's just about corn, the basis of many food additives and products, but it's all kinds of crops from many of the Midwestern states. Fortunately, the coastal states are still producing. If crazy weather hits before they can harvest, it will be utter disaster. If the season remains somewhat normal, it will be bad, but tolerable. Of course, the economy and inflation can impact this assessment, and probably will. We already know that most of us are close to broke, trying to survive on stagnant wages when everything else continues to increase in price.

    The longer we delay it the better, but it's coming and once we experience food shortages here in the U.S. it will fundamentally change life as we know it.

    1. Yes Hal Turner was the name I was trying to remember. He gets a bit carried away with his timing predictions because on the whole he is a far right wing loon after all.

      I don't think mass starvation starts this fall necessarily. I just think food is going to get quite expensive and it will lead to some starvation of course. Even here in the good 'ol spoiled USA. Restaurant margins are so tight that many will not be able to survive the price hikes in basic food. The pig virus situation in Asia will skyrocket pork prices even here by the fall. Lots of cows died in the midwest this year so far too. And the feedlot cattle are fed corn of course. Also think about the ethanol situation. Of course corn never should've been put in gas anyway, but it is now a standard part of the refining process in the US. This will be increasingly affected.

      It just looks like a great convergence of shit is coming this fall and winter. Then what happens next year is anyone's guess, but I just know it won't be pleasant. Then there are the war drums beating as well.

  3. Morning al. Tom, I found this comment on one of MRMBB333 most recent vids and well, it kind of aligns with my own thoughts on all the strange ufo phenom.....[Been wondering if these triangle shaped areas are some type of cloaked aircraft. I'm not thinking other worldly/dimensional. I'm thinking from our "Friends @ DARPA". That was meant to be a bit sarcastic because DARPA freaks me out. Can't be the only one. We prob do not want to know what they've got.] Darpa freaks me out too. I also witnessed something right out of a science fiction movie last fall but with no proof no one believed me and I know what I saw. I'm still very skeptical and very hesitant to say aliens, as that agenda has been circulating since the immaculate conception. [GOD the invisible infinite sentient space being and all that jazz]
    here's the video
    Anyway, I have no clue if it's aliens or the shadow government/religious fanatics[which could be the same thing for all I know] playing with our superstitious, chemically altered brains.....

    on the home front, the flash flooding has really gotten damaging over the course of the past few weeks. weather guy seems to forget to mention the drenching rain that starts a 4 am and adds to the already full lakes [my local one is at max and the 80 yr old dam is stressed]

    1. Netflix right now has a documentary featuring the whistleblower Bob Lazar on UFOs. In the past he worked at Area 51. If you don't do Netflix then you can watch him having a conversation with Joe Rogan recently on YouTube.

      I have not watched the documentary yet. I've only listened to about ten minutes of his interview by Joe Rogan. He seems credible, but I don't of course know who to trust when you get down to it. I do know that the Powahs That Be would not allow him to speak publicly on very sensitive matters that they don't want revealed. So at best his information may be outdated. Jonny can probably speak more to this than myself, being that he is an old deep state agent.

      Oh I kid the Jonny.

    2. I think he's the guy who said he saw all kinds of weird part-human mutant-type stuff at Area 51. I think he did, but I think he misconstrued what he saw as the results of us doing experiments. I think what he saw were creatures we FOUND, and that we were studying.

      I believe the Earth has a mechanism for protecting evolutionary gains. As the higher UV levels damage DNA and RNA, viruses help fill in the holes with data from OTHER species. The holes probably can't be filled if the other species is too distant, but stuff like rabbit-humans or fish-humans or wolf-humans or rat-wolf, that kind of thing. And that way, out of an explosion of new chimeric species, evolutionary gains have a chance to make it through extinction bottlenecks.

      Once the government realized this was gonna happen, they started collecting all the new oddball stuff, so they could study it, see exactly how the DNA/RNA gets transferred, so they could better plan how to hide this stuff from the public, and to understand the threats posed by new and potentially intelligent but hostile species sprouting up seemingly out of nowhere.

    3. I also believe this is how we, human beings, came to be. Some ape-like being got exposed to some natural uranium or something, and his DNA/RNA got damaged. Then he got the swine flu, and his DNA/RNA got mixed with some pig DNA/RNA. He didn't change visibly himself, but his sperm then had some pig DNA/RNA in it, and he then went about impregnating his harem, and all of them gave birth to human beings. They were close enough to whatever the parents were that the parents went ahead and raised them, 'bald apes'.

      A scientist a few years ago found, for sure, pig DNA/RNA in our genes. He was mocked by right-wing Christians, who called what he said the 'pig-fucked-a-human' theory. But he never said that's what happened. He didn't speculate on HOW we got pig DNA/RNA in us, just that it was there. We are the ONLY primate species that has that DNA. That's what gives us our fatty layer, which allowed us to survive cold climates and spread across this planet. Without that pig DNA/RNA, we would be like all the other primates, stuck in warm climates.

      So Adam was a pig-DNA-infected primate, and there wasn't one Eve, but a number of them. And so the human race sprang up out of nowhere, in one generation. So there will always be a gap in the evolutionary record, since we went from a primate species with no pig DNA to a primate species with pig DNA basically overnight.

    4. I've just watched the bulk of the documentary with Bob Lazar. I do think he's very credible. He described the anti-gravity reactor that powered the craft. He talked about it being able to alter matter, or mass, just as you described a few weeks ago. He was one of the ones tasked to try and figure out how it worked. Reverse engineer it in other words.

      He did not claim to ever see an actual alien though.

      Interesting what you said about pig DNA and humans. Isn't it interesting that the Hebrews were admonished to NOT eat pigs? Of course we know the similarity between human organs and pig organs. After all parts of pig hearts have been used in human heart surgery for decades now.

    5. Oh, and Lazar actually worked at S4, which is right next to Groom Lake and Area 51.

    6. Doh! I wish I could go back and edit posts. I meant to say 'anti-matter' rather than 'anti-gravity'. Of course altering gravity is a part of this technology. And he said that it used 'Element 115'. They had tried to use plutonium but it didn't work.

  4. Wednesday, 26 June 2019
    Guy McPherson's testimony to the New York City Council

    It’s time to pursue hospice

    [unfortunately, being an academic, he wasted valuable time introducing himself and listing his bona-fides before beginning his message in his 4 allowed minutes.]

    Each of us was born into a set of living arrangements over which we have no control. The scorched-Earth policies we have adopted and implemented during the last two centuries have led to the expected outcome: a scorched Earth.

    Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refinery to Close

    The South Philadelphia oil refinery that caused a series of massive explosions last week will close within the next month, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney confirmed.

    "I am extremely disappointed for the more than [1,000] workers who will be immediately impacted by this closure, as well as other businesses that are dependent on the refinery operations. " Kenney said in a statement. "The City is committed to supporting them during this difficult time in any way possible." [more]

    [It's all starting to crumble faster]

    NATO Says Turkey Will Lose F-35 Jets If S-400 Deal with Russia Goes Ahead

    [they're JUNK anyway! Buy Russian!]

    Paul Craig Roberts Exposes The Diminishing American Economy

    Since June 2009 Americans have lived in the false reality of a recovered economy. Various fake news and manipulated statistics have been used to create this false impression.

    Real retail sales cannot grow when “for most U.S. workers, real wages have barely budged in decades.”

    For full-time employed men real wages have fallen 4.4% since 1973.

    If you have not looked for a job in the past 4 weeks, you are no longer considered to be in the work force. Thus, your unemployment does not count.

    The propagandistic 3.5% unemployment rate (U3) does not include any of the millions of discouraged workers who cannot find jobs.

    John Williams of shadowstats.com continues to estimate the long-term discouraged workers, as the government formerly did. He finds the actual US rate of unemployment to be 21%.
    The 21% rate makes sense in light of Census Bureau reports that one-third of Americans age 18-34 live at home with parents because they can’t earn enough to support an independent existence. [more]

  5. Project Veritas expose: Google whistleblower exposes efforts to influence 2020 election against Trump - UPDATE

    Over 60% of college grads regret their education after being bogged down with student loan debt

    'Flying salt shakers of death': How a zombie fungus affects cicadas

    "Infected adults maintain or accelerate normal host activity during sporulation, enabling rapid and widespread dispersal prior to host death," Kasson said. "They also engage in hypersexual behaviors." [more]

    Strange sounds heard over Paris, France

    Britain sees worrying rise in Asian Hornets - 80 nests found

    Nuke sensors detect asteroid explosion in the atmosphere over the Caribbean

    On June 22nd at 21:25 UT, a small asteroid entered Earth's atmosphere and exploded in broad daylight south of Puerto Rico. Airwaves recorded by the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization's infrasound station in Bermuda pegged the blast energy between 3 and 5 kilotons of TNT-a fraction of a WW II atomic bomb. The explosion was clearly visible in images from NOAA's GOES-16 weather satellite [more]

  6. [some headlines from Rice Farmer]

    News Links, June 26, 2019
    Rice Farmer

    India's tariff on U.S. apples delivers major blow to US fruit industry

    iPhone X Sales Collapse Triggers Serious Breach Of Contract With Samsung

    The slow return of Eurosclerosis

    Hundreds Of 737 Max Pilots Sue Boeing Over 'Unprecedented Cover-Up"

    Boeing Now Parking Grounded 737 MAX Planes In Car-Lots

    Iran says U.S. Middle East peace plan is 'shameful' and 'doomed to failure': Fars

    Syria says sabotage damaged underwater oil pipelines

    West Africa Is Becoming The World's New Piracy Hotspot

    In Israel the Push to Destroy Jerusalem's Iconic Al-Aqsa Mosque Goes Mainstream
    This ancient site that dates back to the year 705 C.E. is being targeted for destruction by extremist groups that seek to erase Jerusalem's Muslim heritage in pursuit of colonial ambitions and the fulfillment of end-times prophecy. [The Fundies are at it again]

    Russian Warship Docks In Havana As Kremlin Sees New Cuban Missile Crisis

    Accelerating Imperial Decline

    The US outguns Iran, but it faces painful realities in the event of a war

    Divine Missions of Destruction: Why a US War with Iran is Virtually Inevitable

    As the EU Refuses More Migrants, Thousands Trapped in the Balkans Are Overwhelming the System

    Junk Energy: Shale Pioneer: Fracking is an "Unmitigated Disaster"

    Here's How a Bird Started a Fire at a California Solar Farm

    Nuclear Energy Just Isn't Competitive In The U.S.

    Why oil's outlook could be even bleaker than expected

    Why oil's outlook could be even bleaker than expected

    Surging Corn Prices Put U.S. Wheat Back in the Feed Trough

    Flying insects in hospitals carry 'superbug' germs

    CDC: U.S. measles cases climb to 1,077

    Trump EPA OKs 'Emergency' Use of Bee-Killing Pesticide on 13.9 Million Acres

    CIA Seeking More Impunity

    The Human Cost of "Recovery": We're Burning Out

    Burning Down the Future

    Japan wants to become Southeast Asia's trash manager

    Forced organ harvesting has been carried out 'for years throughout China' – report

    Huawei's overseas smartphone business 'recovering rapidly' despite US tech ban, says founder Ren Zhengfei

    Trump Unleashes On Uber-Hawk Bolton: We'd Be Fighting "The Whole World At One Time"

    'Decade of negligence': Feds fail to protect Americans' info, report says

    The Seattle suburb where Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates both live is running out of money

    Majority Of U.S. Citizens Would Approve Preventive Nuclear Strike On North Korea

  7. Strong quake hits Costa Rica-Panama border, likely 'significant damage': USGS

    A 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit the Panama-Costa Rica border around midnight on Tuesday, the US Geological Survey said, with the potential to cause casualties and "significant damage". [more]

    Latest tourist death in Dominican Republic attributed to natural causes, country officials say

    [Oh they're "natural" all right, but DEADLY, too]

    Iran: US botched retaliatory cyberattack, faces 'crushing response' to drones

    [verifying Mike's "quickening"]
    The Pain Of This New Economic Downturn Is Starting To Show Up All Over The Country

    It is going to take a miracle for the U.S. economy to pull out of this tailspin, because the economic numbers are really starting to deteriorate very rapidly now. [more]

  8. redacted tonight aka Lee Camp is talking about .....drum roll.....THE WATER! https://youtu.be/VaAJ6HVDbgo
    my husband loves him, I on the other hand find him to be useful on occasion. He's been touting climate change issues for a while now along with corporate greed etc etc

  9. Occupy.com, Act Out Episode 213
    I'm all for some acting out, bona fide rebellion, etc .....I do draw the line at chaining ones self to a cattle guard, I see no logic in that but around 8:55 Eleanor has some interesting advice....kill the fossil fuel industry. I think the earth will do this with out our help. Of course that's all in due time.

  10. So good to hear from you, Fran. Darla is where every military nightmare idea goes to be weaponized. Scares me too, jeez! Who knows what devious, ugly, painful technology, biology or space tech they have up their sleeve for the near future - probably being tested on us unwittingly? Here's another reason - all these destructive things are put in the hands of Capt. Wrong Way Peachfuzz (see below).

    US Navy combat ship collides with Canadian freighter

    An advanced U.S. Navy combat ship that is slated to be commissioned as the U.S.S. Billings collided with a berthed freighter in Montreal on Monday, FreightWaves reported. Both ships were damaged as a result, but their crews were safe. The U.S. Freedom-class littoral combat ship hit the M/V Rosaire A. Desgagnes at about 2PM on Monday, according to Lt. Cmdr. Courtney Hillson, a Navy spokesperson.

    The Billings launched in 2017 and is one of the newest ships in the Navy's fleet. It cost $362 million and is billed as a "high-tech, cost-effective surface warfare vessel suited for modern defense needs". Freedom class combat boats like the Billings have "been plagued by a host of issues, which have kept them from going operational." [more]

  11. Yet another possible JJFH event at an island resort. This time Barbados...


  12. I hope they find Ms. Devil - the Devil family must be very concerned!

    1. Well Barbados isn't far from the Devil's Triangle