Monday, September 9, 2019

Event Update For 2019-09-08

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

2019-09-08 - Hydrogen-sulfide-spewing algae continues inundating beaches and killing people and animals on the Brittany Coast in France:

Quote: "France's tourist beaches are being overrun with toxic slime which experts say can kill sunbathers and swimmers within seconds. The green algae releases poisonous gases when trodden on causing those nearby to faint and suffer cardiac arrest, say reports."

Quote: "At least three people and dozens of animals have already died, but some fear other deaths may have been mistakenly passed off as drownings. In July, we reported how an 18-year-old died after inhaling toxic fumes from what environmentalists believe was hydrogen sulphide poisoning."

Note: That's right, a lot of 'drownings' occurring around the world are actually hydrogen sulfide poisoning events. The best way to tell if water is safe nowadays is to dive in. If you don't have a seizure or 'medical event' and/or die then the water was safe! The same thing is happening with the rotting sargassum hitting beaches in Florida, the Gulf Coast in Mexico and various islands in the Caribbean. It's not the ALGAE that's killing people and animals, it's ancient archaea and bacteria that eat the algae as it dies and emit hydrogen sulfide as a byproduct. The algae is simply the food for the organisms that emit hydrogen sulfide and it's the hydrogen sulfide that does the killing...

2019-09-08 - Car carrier ship 'MV Golden Ray' capsizes, bursts into flame, or vice versa, in coastal St. Simon Sound (Georgia):

Quote: "Crews from the Coast Guard and other agencies responded and rescued 20 of the 24 people on board -- 23 crew members and one pilot -- before a fire forced them to stop, he said. The Coast Guard said the ship is carrying vehicles."

Note: This is the 789th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Small plane makes emergency landing in field then bursts into flame near coastal Ocean City (Maryland):

Quote: "A small airplane made an emergency landing in a field before bursting into flames Sunday afternoon near Ocean City, the Maryland State Police said."

Note: This is the 104th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Mysterious explosion alarms people in coastal Glasgow (Scotland):

2019-09-08 - Crane bursts into flame at dock in coastal Melbourne (Australia):

2019-09-08 - Landfill fire breaks out in Memphis (Tennessee):

2019-09-08 - Recycling center erupts in flame at 12:18 AM, fire gets big, may burn for days, in Waterbeach (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Rising sea levels threatening coastal Alexandria (Egypt):

Quote: "Rising sea levels are threatening parts of the Egyptian coastal city of Alexandria. Alexander the Great established the city more than 2,000 years ago. In that time, it has survived invasions, fires, and earthquakes. But, Alexandria now faces severe flooding from rising waters blamed on climate change."

2019-09-08 - Record-breaking summer heatwave caused 1,500 deaths across France:

2019-09-08 - Mobile home explodes and burns in Cache (Oklahoma), nobody there:

Quote: "An investigation is underway in Cache after a mobile home allegedly exploded Sunday evening."

Note: This is the 133rd residential explosion in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Huge wildfires erupting earlier than ever before across Queensland and New South Wales (Australia):

Quote: "More than 100 bushfires across two Australian states are raging in hot and windy conditions that officials warn are unprecedented this early in spring. In Queensland more than 50 fires were burning on Sunday. Forecasters say there is no sign of an end to strong winds that have fanned the flames. One blaze in neighbouring New South Wales has burned more than 56,000 hectares (138,000 acres). An official said the conditions were an 'omen' for what may come in the summer. 'We've never seen this before in recorded history, fire weather has never been as severe this early in spring,' said Andrew Sturgess, an inspector with Queensland emergency services."

2019-09-08 - Wildfire breaks out east of Oroville (California):

2019-09-08 - Wildfire grows to 38,049 acres in Plumas National Forest (California):

2019-09-08 - Yacht bursts into flame near the island of Aegina (Greece):

Quote: "A fire broke out for unknown causes on Sunday on a sailing yacht in sea near the islet of Moni near Aegina. The two people on board the vessel, which has partly sunk, have reached the shore in safety."

Note: This is the 790th boat/ship to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on High Street in Homerton (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Double-decker bus bursts into flame at rest stop in Kuala Kangsar (Malaysia), near the coast:

Note: These are the 436th and 437th buses to burn in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Car-hauler bursts into flame on I-10 near Las Cruces (New Mexico):

Note: This is the 49th car-hauler to burn in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on State Road 121 in Baker County (Florida):

2019-09-08 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on State Highway 27 in the Town of Christiana (Wisconsin):

2019-09-08 - Tractor (combine) bursts into flame in Insch (Scotland):

Note: These are the 1595th, 1596th, 1597th and 1598th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-09-08 - Two trucks go up in flames while parked at business on North 12th Street in coastal Newark (New Jersey):

2019-09-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked at home on Perkins Lane in Pinebluff (North Carolina):

Quote: "The Dodge Ram truck was parked in the driveway of the home on Perkins Lane when neighbors noticed the truck was on fire. The homeowner was inside the home unaware of the fire."

2019-09-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame at 1:49 AM on street in Santa Clarita (California):

2019-09-08 - Pickup truck bursts into flame near Walnut Avenue and 14th Street in Greenfield (California):

2019-09-08 - Car bursts into flame on highway near airport in coastal Belfast (Ireland):

2019-09-08 - Car bursts into flame on the A6 in Lancaster (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Car bursts into flame at 5:24 AM in New Forest near Janesmoor Pond in Stoney Cross (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Three vehicles go up in flames at warehouse on Buchanan Street in Prince George's County (Maryland):

2019-09-08 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-80 near Wilton (Iowa):

2019-09-08 - Motorcycle bursts into flame while parked inside auto shop, fire spreads to car, in Syracuse (New York), nobody there:

2019-09-08 - Tree stump starts smoldering on Shinewater Park (street) in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Shinewater Park, Hull. Sun 8 Sep 2019 12:08 (No:20098) Smouldering tree stump. 1 hose reel and Scotty Back Pack in use."

2019-09-08 - Church damaged by fire on Center Street in Brockton (Massachusetts):

2019-09-08 - Restaurant and apartments heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on Leysdown Road near coastal Sheerness (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Mobile home destroyed by fire on Wheeler Road in Brandon (Vermont):

2019-09-08 - Home damaged by fire on St. George Street in Green Bay (Wisconsin), nobody there:

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the wee hours in coastal Lauderdale-by-the-Sea (Florida), 5 injured:

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3 AM on Warner Street in coastal Dorchester (Massachusetts):

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Talon Drive near Conway (South Carolina):

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Avalon Road in Janesville (Wisconsin):

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire just after 2:30 AM on Kingsgate Way in West Chester (Ohio):

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Preston Creek Drive in Dallas (Texas):

2019-09-08 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Old Oak Drive in the Banksville area in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), nobody there:

2019-09-08 - Home destroyed by fire on County Route 48 in Stockholm (New York), nobody there:

2019-09-08 - Home destroyed by fire on County Road 46 in Toronto (Ohio):

2019-09-08 - Home destroyed by fire in Portageville (Missouri):

2019-09-08 - Three homes go up in flames in Sacramento (California):

2019-09-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in the Spring Valley area in coastal San Diego (California):

2019-09-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in St. George (Utah):

2019-09-08 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire near 39 Avenue and Millbourne Road in Edmonton (Canada):

2019-09-08 - Apartment building devastated by massive fire on Sherbrooke Way in Worcester Park area in coastal London (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Vacant home destroyed by fire at 5:10 AM on West Madison Street in Danville (Illinois):

2019-09-08 - Young great white shark washes ashore dead on Fire Island (New York):

2019-09-08 - Dog dies after swimming in the Willamette River in Portland (Oregon):

Quote: "Just hours after swimming in the Willamette River, a Portland couple says their dog unexpectedly died."

2019-09-08 - Two people drop dead in separate incidents in coastal Port Alberni (Canada):

Quote: "Last week a person succumbed to a medical issue in front of Shoppers Drug Mart, according to Port Alberni RCMP Sgt. Peter Dionne. 'It was health related, certainly not an overdose,' he clarified. The second incident occurred Saturday, Sept. 7 around dinnertime in the 2700-block of Eighth Avenue when an elderly person was discovered on the sidewalk in medical distress. Two ambulances and two police cars attended the scene, but emergency personnel were unable to revive the person."

2019-09-08 - Three girls, 15, 16 and 17, die in pond in Rajasthan (India):

2019-09-08 - Two men, 20 and 40, die in river near Palani (India):

2019-09-08 - Passenger, man, 48, has 'medical emergency' on passenger plane, dies after plane lands in Bhubaneswar (India):

Quote: "A Kolkata-bound SpiceJet flight was diverted to Bhubaneswar due to a medical emergency after a passenger fell ill on board the aircraft. After landing at the Biju Patnaik International Airport (BPIA) in Bhubaneswar, the passenger, identified as Ashok Kumar Sharma, aged 48, was rushed to a private hospital, where he was declared dead."

2019-09-08 - College student found dead in dorm at university in Athens (Ohio):

Quote: "Ohio University police are investigating after a student was found dead Saturday at a residence hall on the campus. In a news release, police say the incident is being investigated as an 'unattended death' and that there is no indication of a threat to the campus or community."

2019-09-08 - Woman, 31, has seizure and collapses face-down into the Blue River, dies a few days later, in Breckenridge (Colorado):

Quote: "The woman, identified as 31-year-old Alicia Weiss, is thought to have fallen into the river after suffering a seizure Aug. 30. She died Sept. 5 after being removed from life support."

2019-09-08 - Man, 27, jumps into the water and dies in Lake Tahoe (California):

2019-09-08 - Man, 70, dies at picnic area near Kentucky Lake Drive in Land Between The Lakes (Kentucky):

Quote: "The Lyon County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of Marshall County in Land Between the Lakes. Lyon County Sheriff Brent White says the department responded to a call about a man that was unresponsive near Kentucky Lake Drive. When deputies arrived a woman performing CPR on the unresponsive man at a picnic area. Lyon County EMS declared the 70-year-old man, identified as Gary Beach of Benton, dead."

2019-09-08 - Man, 45, slumps over dead at bus stop in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan:

2019-09-08 - Man, 55, has 'medical emergency' and dies while driving, car hits fence, near Ellensburg (Washington):

Quote: "A 55-year-old man had a medical emergency while driving in Kittitas County. It happened just south of Ellensburg on I-82 Sunday evening."

2019-09-08 - Man dies while trimming tree at gun range along Goshen Valley Road in Church Hill (Tennessee):

2019-09-08 - Woman, 28, found dead on coastal Sunset Beach (Oregon):

2019-09-08 - Person found dead on beach in coastal Digby County (Canada):

2019-09-08 - Man has 'medical event' on jet boat, dies after reaching shore, on the Wairaurahiri River at coastal Fiordland National Park (New Zealand)

Quote: "A Southland man suffered a medical event while driving a jet boat, losing consciousness before being helped ashore where he would eventually die."

2019-09-08 - Man, 26, loses consciousness while diving and dies off coastal Manoel Island (Maldive Islands):

Quote: "A 26-year-old diver has died after he was spotted unconscious in the water off Manoel Island on Sunday afternoon. Police said the victim is a 26-year-old Indian national."

2019-09-08 - Man, 34, goes for a swim and dies off coastal Rabat (Maldive Islands):

Quote: "The Indian national is the second victim to be taken at sea within the past 24 hours. Yesterday a 34-year-old American man was reported as missing after he went for a swim off Migra l-Ferha, Rabat. His body was retrieved by AFM earlier today."

2019-09-08 - Man, 24, hit by gas, topples into septic tank and dies, in coastal Chennai (India):

Quote: "A 24-year-old man died on Saturday when trying to clear a block in a septic tank as he swooned on inhaling toxic gases from the tank and fell into the manhole."

2019-09-08 - College student dies in dam reservoir near Kuruva Island (India):

2019-09-08 - Woman, 60 to 70, found dead in pond near Rennes (France):

2019-09-08 - Middle-aged man found dead in coastal Truro (Britain):

2019-09-08 - Man falls off boat and disappears into reservoir near Casper (Wyoming):

2019-09-08 - School bus driver, woman, 53, has 'medical episode' and slumps over, bus crashes into tree, in Warwick (New York), 1 killed:

Quote: "Troopers who investigated the incident said Schmidt had a medical episode and slumped over the steering wheel as the bus was accelerating up a ramp at Exit 28 to merge onto I-84. The bus traveled off the shoulder of the roadway and down into a small grassy ravine, striking a tree and causing damage to the front right side of the bus. When troopers got there, they found female students outside of the bus and an adult man and a female student performing CPR on Schmidt. Montgomery First Aid arrived and continued resuscitation efforts. Schmidt was taken to Orange Medical Center. She was pronounced dead Sunday."

2019-09-08 - Man, 67, has 'medical event', pickup truck veers off road, crashes into pole and overturns, in Ashland (Maine), 1 injured:

Quote: "A 67-year-old Portage man suffering a medical event while driving escaped life-threatening injuries after his pickup truck rolled over in Ashland Sunday afternoon."

2019-09-08 - Passenger plane blows tire while landing at airport in Toronto (Canada):

2019-09-08 - Small plane crashes into the ocean near coastal Rachel Key (Florida), 2 killed:

2019-09-08 - Small plane lands at airport, landing gear collapses, in Henderson (Nevada):

Quote: "According to the FAA, a Cessna 182’s landing gear collapsed when it landed around 9:55 a.m."

2019-09-08 - Tractor trailer crashes, bursts into flame, on the New Jersey Turnpike in Carteret (New Jersey), 1 killed:

2019-09-08 - SUV veers off road, plunges into the Mississippi River, in Robinsonville (Mississippi), mother dead, 2 children believed dead too:

2019-09-08 - SUV veers off road, crashes into home, fire erupts, in Mississauga (Canada), 2 injured:

2019-09-08 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on Mill Creek Drive in Prospect (Oregon), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2019-09-08 - Car veers off road and overturns at 1:30 AM in Colleton County (South Carolina), 1 killed:

2019-09-08 - Car veers off road and overturns at 3:45 AM on Centerville Turnpike in coastal Chesapeake (Virginia), 1 killed:

2019-09-08 - Car crashes at 3:26 AM, bursts into flame, on coastal Staten Island (New York), 1 injured:

2019-09-08 - Car veers off road at 11:40 PM, crashes into tree, bursts into flame, on Route 208 in Fair Lawn (New Jersey), 1 injured:

2019-09-08 - Car veers off road, crashes into bank, bursts into flame, in Calgary (Canada):

2019-09-08 - Woman's two dogs attack and kill her at home in Pleasant Valley (New York):

2019-09-08 - Dog attacks and injures 31 people in Kolhapur (India):

Quote: "A stray dog has hospitalized 31 men, women and children in Kolhapur, Western India, after going on a biting spree near the centre of the city."

2019-09-08 - Landslide hits vehicles in Govindghat (India):

2019-09-08 - Residential building partially collapses in Bengaluru (India):

2019-09-08 - Magnitude 5.4 earthquake shakes Neijiang (China), 1 killed, 29 injured:

2019-09-08 - Lightning kills 246 people across Bangladesh in 7 months:

2019-09-08 - Around 1,250 lightning strikes recorded in western Washington State within three hours:

2019-09-08 - Severe frost damages stone fruit production in Río Negro (Argentina):

2019-09-08 - Locust swarms devouring crops in Nagarparkar and Islamkot Talukas (Pakistan):

2019-09-08 - Destructive farming is the issue, not whether you eat meat or vegetables:

Note: I'm sure that's true, but it is industrialized agricultural that allows us to feed several billion people. Unfortunately, industrialized agriculture is also a land-degrading emissions-generating monstrosity which consumes vast amounts of fossil fuels at every stage of the process. We could sustain ourselves in a much more environmentally-friendly way if there were a tenth as many people as there are, or less. If we'd been responsible - and if we'd wanted to have a future - then we never would have surpassed ONE billion people. Now the Earth itself is going to reduce our population, the hard way. Unfortunately, the Earth will be reducing our population not just to a sustainable one billion people but to zero people. On the plus side, at that point all our problems will be solved - there will even be peace in the Middle East! - and we will then be a completely environmentally-friendly 7-billion-people mass of organic fertilizer!

2019-09-08 - Two-headed snake found on the island of Bali (Indonesia):

2019-09-08 - Self-driving boat to cross the Atlantic Ocean to commemorate the Mayflower’s 400th anniversary:


  1. So a car-carrier ship fell over and ignited off the coast of Georgia, and a car-hauler truck burst into flame on I-10 in New Mexico. What's missing? A car-hauler TRAIN burning.

    Tada, train car carrying new cars bursts into flame in Gardner (Massachusetts):

  2. Great find, Jonny! i also like the Skully & Molder comment. There have to be insurance consequences to all this - they admit it as an industry! Climate change (global warming) is going to bankrupt them eventually. Of course the global economy itself is in the process of collapse, so that's just one part of it.

    In today's episode of Black Bear News, Kevin states that he thinks the collapse won't happen like most people think (suddenly), but rather it will "stairstep" down until it just stops (paraphrasing here). i disagree. Yes, it's happening now on multiple fronts (economically, climatically, socially, etc.) somewhat slowly (it seems to suddenly increase at times as Mike and i have commented on), but there will come a time when all these factors (which interact with each other) converge and we get sudden catastrophic failure (like the grid going down for an extended period of time; or like what happened to 2 of the Bahama islands) where suddenly, if you survived it - NOW you've got life-threatening problems to deal with.

    BLACK BEAR NEWS 9.9.19 Non reporting of casualties in Bahamas - New Yorker article [~ 31 min.]

    Beyond 3,000 Victims in the Bahamas After Dorian

    Officially, Hurrican Dorian only killed 43 [47] people after slamming the Bahamas.

    However, observers on the ground say that more than 3,000 residents may have perished on Grand Bahamas and Abaco Islands. [Kevin makes this point in the video above]

    Like in almost every dramatic natural disaster, officials are covering up the real number of fatalities. They don’t want you to know that they aren’t ready to face such alarming situations. [more]

    5 Amazing Finds After Hurricane Dorian on US Beaches: Civil War Cannonballs, Cocaine, Megalodon Teeth, Human Ashes and Rare Shells

    Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas, flooded parts of the US East Coast and submerged islands in Canada. [more]

    Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell Insists There Won’t Be A Recession When All The Evidence Suggests Otherwise

    It’s happening again. Just like last time around, the head of the Federal Reserve is telling us that there won’t be a recession even though all of the evidence suggests otherwise. Just before the recession of 2008, Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke told the country that “the Federal Reserve is not currently forecasting a recession”, and shortly thereafter we plunged into the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s. This time, it is Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that is attempting to prop things up by making positive statements that are not backed up by reality. Speaking to a group at the University of Zurich, Powell insisted that the Fed is “not at all” anticipating that there will be a recession… [more; since they lie to us about most everything, just think the opposite of what they say, while watching what they DO]

    "Seriously, WHAT is that thing?" SOMETHING Lurking in the Shadows! [MrMBB333 video] [~ 11.5 min.]

    [more below]

    1. I see that Paul Beckwith thinks around 40,000 people died in the Bahamas. Sometimes I think that 'ol boy is smoking something.

      3 to 4000 would not surprise me at all. But 40,000? Doubt it.

  3. How Deep Is the Rot in America’s Institutions?

    How deep has the rot of corruption, fraud, abuse of power, betrayal of the public trust, blatant criminality and insiders protecting the guilty penetrated America’s key public and private institutions? It’s difficult to tell, as the law-enforcement and security agencies are themselves hopelessly compromised.

    If you doubt this, then please explain how 1) the NSA, CIA and FBI didn’t know what Jeffrey Epstein was up to, and with whom; 2) Epstein was free to pursue his sexual exploitation of minors for years prior to his wrist-slap conviction and for years afterward; 3) Epstein, the highest profile and most at-risk prisoner in the nation, was left alone and the security cameras recording his cell and surroundings were “broken.”

    as correspondent Simons C. recently put it: “The ethical dimension underpinning the whole system is this: what’s moral is what’s legal and what’s legal is for sale.” [more]

    ‘Like nothing we’ve seen’: Queensland bushfires tear through rainforest

    Queensland remains in the grip of one of the worst bushfire threats in its history, fuelled by prolonged dry conditions and fierce gusting winds; an “omen” of a potentially devastating fire season ahead. There are still 52 fires burning across the state. Schools are closed and about 20 structures have been destroyed. [more]

    There is no Plan B for dealing with climate change – “With regard to the climate crisis, yes, it’s time to panic”

    Let’s get this on the table right away, without mincing words. With regard to the climate crisis, yes, it’s time to panic.

    We are in deep trouble.

    The situation is analogous to mercury accumulating throughout the lifetime of long-lived fish and the humans who eat them: It is cumulative exposure rather than the rate of exposure in any given year that determines the harm. Consequently, the longer the exposure persists, the closer one approaches a deadly accumulation.

    So too with climate. Unlike conventional forms of pollution like those causing smog, which depend on local emission rates over the past week or so, the harm done to the climate by carbon dioxide emissions is determined by the cumulative emissions over spans of time measured in millennia. Since cumulative emissions by definition only go up, not down, the harm done by carbon dioxide emissions is, in effect, irreversible on time scales of importance to human societies. A corollary is that in order to halt global warming, it is necessary to bring net carbon dioxide emissions by the world economy to zero. There is no so-called “safe” level of carbon dioxide emissions. As long as we continue emitting any carbon dioxide, the world will continue to warm. [more]

    [last piece below]

  4. Typhoon "Lingling" kills 8 in North Korea, destroyed 460 houses and 46 200 ha (114 162 acres) of farmland

    Typhoon "Lingling" has passed over the Korean Peninsula from September 6 to September 7, 2019, killing at least 8 people in North Korea and 3 in South Korea. North Korean media encouraged citizens to mobilize over the weekend. [more]

    Tuesday, 10 September 2019
    "But the data shows an unremarkable melt season"

    Sea ice at the North Pole – 9 September, 2019

    “It's slush, indicating that we've lost the buffer. Very worrying!”

    —- Sam Carana in comments

    But don't worry! The Snow and Ice Data Center tells you otherwise, so you don't need to believe your own eyes. [more]

    Heating of the water in the Arctic Ocean is accelerating

    Heating of the water in the Arctic Ocean is accelerating, but the melt is all over and we can heave a sign of relief (inspite of what we can see with our own eyes [more]

    No Touch Microwave Torture by Electronic Harassment

    The Microwave Torture of Ed Snowden and Julian Assange

    Everything we find horrific about the Nazis, has become the Deep State. The Rockefellers & Rothschilds, the other owners of the Federal Reserve, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Shadow Government, and the CIA are all involved. But don't take my word for it-read the books and work of Dr Peter Dale Scott, Aaron Russo, Attorney Michael Springmann, Dr Steven Greer, Dr Judy Wood, Dr Morgan Reynolds, Dr David Griffin, Drintelligence Barrie Trower, Dr John Hall, Dr Katherine Horton, Dr Ewen Cameron, Paul Hellyer, Ted Gunderson, and many others. This author has been investigating satellite weapons and the global microwave torture of thousands of people, since January 2016. This ebook contains some of my latest research into Targeted Individuals. I have referenced a number of credible sources that have videos on youtube including, Dr Barrie Trower, a retired British intelligence agent and microwave expert; Dr John Hall, M.D. In San Antonio; and Dr Katherine Horton, an Oxford scientist. Based on this research, I can state with complete confidence that Ed Snowden and Julian Assange are microwave targets of this illegal program. I urge them to come forward in support of Targeted Individuals, just like William Binney and Kirk Weibe have done. [more]

    Danger Zone: Cycles point to extreme global instability in 2020s [~ 103 min. video and this article]

    The Fourth Turning: Why American 'Crisis' May Last Until 2030
    [contains a ~ 15 min. video]

  5. Trump fires John Bolton amid concerns over leaks and policy disagreements, sources say

    President Trump announced in a tweet on Tuesday that he had asked his national security adviser, John Bolton, to resign. Sources say the departure was due to disagreements and suspicions that Bolton was involved in leaks.

    Driver dies and 7 children are injured as school bus crashes

    A school bus driver is dead and seven children are injured after a crash in Benton County, Mississippi, on Tuesday morning.

    Benton County school Superintendent Steve Bostick tells WMC-TV he believes the driver, Chester Cole, had some kind of medical emergency. Bostick says Cole had been working for the school district for five years.

    Seven children between the ages of 7 and 13 were on the bus at the time. All were taken to hospitals in and around Memphis, Tennessee, some by helicopter.

  6. Passengers left with fractures, cuts & serious injuries in TERRIFYING turbulence hit flight

    Eight people were hospitalized for a range of issues including head wounds, fractures, and cervical injuries as a Eurowings flight was battered by turbulence as it prepared to land in Berlin’s Tegel Airport. [more]