Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Event Update For 2020-09-22

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

2020-09-22 - Unknown rotten egg odor hits Catskill (New York), near the Hudson River:

Quote: "A reported gas odor at Catskill Commons on Tuesday afternoon turned out to be coming from an unknown source, said John Maserjian, media relations director for Central Hudson Gas & Electric. Central Hudson checked the area, above and below ground, and did not find any evidence of leaking gas, Maserjian said."

Quote: "Businesses in the area were not evacuated, but firefighters used a gas detection meter to determine if there were gas levels present, Holt said. The meter detects the presence of natural gas and carbon monoxide, Maserjian said."

Quote: "It was determined that the odor was not gas. The odor was coming from unknown source, Maserjian said."

2020-09-22 - Birds dying in Colorado too:

Quote: "Vail resident David Pleshaw, who photographed a yellow-rumped warbler that had died outside of his home, said the bird felt like it was of a weak composition. 'Seems like it’s just features and bones, not much muscle at all,' Pleshaw said. And in a separate observation, 'Last year at this time, I had those big mosquito bugs at my house by the river,' Pleshaw said. 'I haven’t seen any this year.'"

Note: The fish and berries are disappearing in Canada and grizzly bears are starving to death. Seabirds have been washing up dead and starved from Washington State to Alaska. Now here's more birds starved, and the insects are disappearing. More signs of widespread biosphere collapse...

2020-09-22 - Mysterious explosion shortly after 6:30 AM alarms people in coastal Suffolk (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Auto recycling center hit by fire just after 11 PM, big pile of scrap cars burns, in Whitchurch-Stouffville (Canada):

Quote: "Emergency services were called just after 11 p.m. Sept. 21 to an auto recycling yard north of the intersection of McCowan and Stouffville Roads. 'A large number of vehicles have caught fire somehow,' said York Regional Police Duty Insp. Andrew Bell."

2020-09-22 - Kidney damage from COVID-19 linked to higher risk of in-hospital death:

Quote: "The team found that, in patients with COVID-19, AKI is uncommon but is linked with a high risk of in-hospital mortality. Seven percent of patients developed AKI during hospitalization, many within 7 days after admission. The in-hospital mortality rate was 10% in patients without AKI vs.72% in patients with AKI. After adjusting for potential confounding factors, AKI was associated with a 5-times higher odds of dying while in the hospital. Also, the risk of death was higher with greater severity of AKI."

2020-09-22 - COVID-19 death toll passes 200,000 in the US:

Note: You can clearly see the effects of politicizing science. Of the eight states with 2% or fewer infections in the community, all eight are blue states, e.g. states that have respected science and ignored the president. Of the nine states with 10% or greater infections in the community, eight of them are red states (Wisconsin being the exception). These are the states that reopened earlier than the task force's recommendations, didn't mandate masks and in general did what the president wanted, science be damned. Now they have skyrocketing infection rates. No coincidence there...

2020-09-22 - Number of COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise in Missouri:

Quote: "Before Aug. 25, Missouri had never reported more than 1,000 patients at a time. It has now happened on seven of the past 10 reported days."

Note: These aren't merely infections, these are people sick enough to go to the hospital, which nobody does because they want to. According to that kidney damage math, around 70 people per day in Missouri will have kidney damage in the first week of hospitalization out of each 1,000 people hospitalized, and around 50 of them will die. Of the other 930 out of each 1,000 people, 93 will die. These infections are mainly hitting rural areas. Which is to say, conservative areas with lots of Trump supporters, many of whom are both fat and old. It's like there's now some kind of voluntary nationwide virus-enhanced conservative self-depopulation program going on. Our governor spends a lot of time in those areas, so I wouldn't be surprised if he comes down with COVID-19 himself...

2020-09-22 - Missouri governor and wife both come down with COVID-19:

2020-09-22 - Canada extends border closure until October 21 due to the rising number of COVID-19 infections in the US:

2020-09-22 - Industrial metal-forming plant devastated by huge blaze just after 5 AM in Malvern (Ohio):

2020-09-22 - Recycling center erupts in flame in Edmonton (Canada):

2020-09-22 - Wildfire grows to 112,053 acres near Mount Wilson Observatory in coastal Los Angeles (California), 29 structures destroyed:

Quote: "Containment is now at 17% as the fire zone's acreage increased to 112,053. Fire officials said that while the fire continues to burn below the Mount Wilson Observatory, they will use a variety of techniques to make sure key infrastructure' is protected."

2020-09-22 - At least 27 wildfires continue raging across California:

Quote: "Over 18,000 firefighters continue to battle 27 separate wildfires in California as of Tuesday, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection."

2020-09-22 - Yacht bursts into flame near coastal Roundstone (Ireland):

Note: This is the 832nd boat/ship to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-75 in coastal Bonita Springs (Florida):

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame at Route 63 intersection in Medina (New York):

2020-09-22 - Tractor bursts into flame on Gerald Miller Road in West Branch (Michigan):

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 97 near Blue Lake Road near Williams Lake (Canada):

2020-09-22 - Tractor bursts into flame near coastal John O'Groats (Scotland):

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the A13 in North Stifford area in coastal Grays (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Tractor bursts into flame on Chicklade Crossroads North in Chicklade (Britain):

Note: These are the 1379th, 1380th, 1381st, 1382nd, 1383rd, 1384th and 1385th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-09-22 - Heavy truck bursts into flame on I-75 in Hialeah (Florida):

2020-09-22 - Truck bursts into flame at 3:42 AM on the A1 near Grantham (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Van bursts into flame on Podsmead Road in Gloucester (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Van bursts into flame on the A594 near Dovenby (Britain):

2020-09-22 - SUV bursts into flame on I-10 in El Paso (Texas):

2020-09-22 - Car bursts into flame on US 101 in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

2020-09-22 - Car bursts into flame on Matsonford Road in West Conshohocken (Pennsylvania):

2020-09-22 - Car bursts into flame at 6:51 AM on the Garden State Parkway in Holmdel (New Jersey):

2020-09-22 - Car carrying marijuana bursts into flame on highway in Odisha (India), occupants run away:

Quote: "A car allegedly carrying ganja caught fire near MV-17 village in the district on Tuesday. There was no casualty. According to sources, while the vehicle was going on the National Highway, it suddenly caught fire. The driver and occupants of the car managed to come out of the vehicle unhurt and fled."

2020-09-22 - Pickup truck, two cars, motorcycle and garage destroyed by fire at home, home heavily damaged, on Minorca Lane in Pasco (Washington):

Quote: "Battalion Chief Ferguson said the first crew on scene was able to protect an RV and a home next door, but the garage, two cars, a pickup and a motorcycle were destroyed by the fire. The inside of the home was also badly damaged by smoke."

Quote: "Battalion Chief Ferguson said the fire started somewhere in the garage but the cause is still under investigation."

2020-09-22 - Barn and hay destroyed by fire on Marthall Lane in Marthall, near Knutsford (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Cricket farm, largest in the state, devastated by massive fire on Bait Road in Dunn (North Carolina):

2020-09-22 - Frye Insurance Agency heavily damaged by fire on Washington Street in Braintree (Massachusetts):

Note: Just add a 'd' to the sign: Fryed Insurance Agency!

2020-09-22 - Warehouse heavily damaged by fire at 4:30 AM in coastal Casablanca (Morocco):

2020-09-22 - Clearwater Lodge destroyed by fire just after 2 AM in Delta Junction (Alaska):

Quote: "An early morning fire Tuesday destroyed the Clearwater Lodge in Delta Junction, the second time the business burned to the ground in six years."

2020-09-22 - Home damaged by fire just before 11 PM on Bear Valley Avenue in Shamokin (Pennsylvania):

2020-09-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 3:30 AM on Daffodil Street in Fountain (Colorado):

2020-09-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire on 18th Avenue West in coastal Bradenton (Florida):

2020-09-22 - Home heavily damaged by fire at 5:14 AM on Hamblin Avenue in Battle Creek (Michigan):

2020-09-22 - Home destroyed by fire on Southward Street in Trenton (New Jersey):

2020-09-22 - Home destroyed by fire shortly before 12:45 AM on 8th Avenue West in Columbia Falls (Montana):

2020-09-22 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Hagerstown (Maryland):

2020-09-22 - Vacant mobile home destroyed by fire at 1:20 AM on Broaddus Street in Lufkin (Texas):

2020-09-22 - Vacant function hall burns function hall at 1 AM on Sheridan Street in Central Falls (Rhode Island):

2020-09-22 - Firefighter, man, slumps over dead in vehicle along Little River Road near Glide (Oregon):

Quote: "A heavy equipment operator who has been helping fight the Archie Creek Fire was found dead Friday morning in his vehicle, fire managers announced. Walter (Wally) Samuel Elsbury Jr. had been running a combination logging skidder and fire engine known as a 'skidgine' to help protect structures along Little River Road south of Glide on the west flank of the fire."

2020-09-22 - Man, 31, slumps over dead in van, van crashes at 5 MPH into tree, in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

Quote: "David Hernandez Jr., 31, of Cape Coral, showed no obvious signs of traffic crash-related injuries after he was removed from his white Chevrolet Express van at 2573 Sandoval Pkwy., according to the Cape Coral Police Department. At 12:44 p.m. Hernandez entered the community clubhouse driveway and continued east at around 5 mph, driving into a raised center median where the front of the van struck a large palm tree. Witnesses found Hernandez unresponsive in the front seat and pulled him from the car. CPR was performed by witnesses, CCPD officers and Lee County EMS. Hernandez died at the scene."

2020-09-22 - Man, 29, found dead in the Pascagoula River, empty boat nearby, near Vancleave (Mississippi):

2020-09-22 - Person drops dead at Poindexter Park in Jackson (Mississippi):

2020-09-22 - Man in his 30s found dead in Brays Bayou in Houston (Texas):

2020-09-22 - Soldier found dead at Fort Sill (Oklahoma):

2020-09-22 - Woman falls into the water and dies in Long Lake in New Brighton (Minnesota):

2020-09-22 - Person found dead in the Hillsborough River in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2020-09-22 - Man, 65, drops dead near the Mississippi River in downtown Hannibal (Missouri):

2020-09-22 - Man found dead near the Blue River in Kansas City (Missouri):

2020-09-22 - Woman found dead in the River Meghna in Noakhali (Bangladesh):

2020-09-22 - Man suddenly sickens and dies on street in coastal Edinburgh (Scotland):

Quote: "A 39-year-old has died after taking ill on an Edinburgh Street earlier this morning."

2020-09-22 - Man drops dead at home on Fosse Road South in Westcotes (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Person found dead along the River Cam in Cambridge (Britain):

Quote: "He says that this is the third body that's been found in the area over the past year: 'This is the third time. It’s crazy, it really is, the amount of times this has happened.'"

2020-09-22 - Man, 47, has 'medical episode', car crashes into 5 vehicles, in coastal South Daytona (Florida), 1 killed:,8916

Quote: "According to Lieutenant Bryan Craig with the South Daytona Police Department, the man was traveling northbound on Nova within the city limits when he reportedly suffered from a medical episode Tuesday afternoon (September 22nd). From there, the man crashed into two other vehicles before continuing north where he hit three other vehicles head-on."

2020-09-22 - Man, 55, has 'medical incident', car crashes into field, in Saline County (Missouri), 2 injured:

Quote: "According to the report from Missouri Highway Patrol, David McDowell, 55, of Brookfield suffered a medical incident that led to the vehicle traveling off the left side of the road and into a corn field."

2020-09-22 - Driver has 'medical emergency, car crashes, on I-5 in Ferndale (Washington), 1 injured:

Quote: "According to Washington State Patrol Trooper Heather Axtman, it appeared the driver of a black Audi had suffered a medical emergency and was estimated to have been traveling 80 to 90mph at the time of the crash."

2020-09-22 - Driver has 'medical episode', car crashes into parked vehicle, in Headington (Britain), 1 injured:

Quote: "A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: 'It would appear the driver has suffered a medical episode and the car then left the road colliding with a stationary vehicle.'"

2020-09-22 - Firefighting tanker plane crashes near Emmett (Idaho), 1 killed:

2020-09-22 - Small plane crash-lands along Highway 412 near Jackson (Tennessee), engine failure:

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer overturns on I-75 in coastal Tampa (Florida):

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer overturns at 1:04 AM on Highway 58 in Tehachapi (California):

2020-09-22 - Tractor trailer overturns at 6:47 AM on Highway 138 near Bakersfield (California):

2020-09-22 - Minibus and tanker truck crash in Wartburg (South Africa), 12 killed, 2 injured:

2020-09-22 - Pickup truck veers off road, crashes into tree, in Independence (Missouri), 1 killed:

Quote: "Police said the driver may have suffered a medical emergency."

2020-09-22 - Swarm of bees attacks and kills man in Kurnool (India):

2020-09-22 - Sinkhole closes road near Bushey (Britain):

2020-09-22 - Man collapses at property on Collingwood Street in coastal Hull (Britain):

Quote: "Collingwood Street, Hull. Tue 22 Sep 2020 15:25 (No:017829) Fire service assisted one adult male who had collapsed on floor, awaited on scene until arrival of Ambulance Service."

2020-09-22 - Person has 'medical incident' on bicycle in coastal Alnmouth (Britain):

Quote: "Air Ambulance called out after cyclist suffers medical incident in Alnmouth..."

2020-09-22 - Tropical Storm Noul wreaks havoc in Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar, 10+ killed:

2020-09-22 - World split on urgency of tackling rising temperatures, poll suggests:

2020-09-22 - Africa is experiencing some of the worst climate disasters, but the world watches California burn:

2020-09-22 - Strange glowing ultraviolet aurora detected around a comet:

2020-09-22 - Trump campaign reportedly discussing contingency plans to bypass election results:

Quote: "Citing Republican Party sources, The Atlantic says that Trump's campaign is 'discussing contingency plans to bypass election results and appoint loyal electors in battleground states where Republicans hold the legislative majority.'"

Note: In other words, if, say, Florida votes for Biden, and therefore Trump loses Florida, the Republican Florida legislators could say, 'Well, we don't believe that's the case, so we're going to give the electors to Trump anyway.' So then Trump would 'win' even if he loses the popular vote AND the electoral college vote, by forcibly stacking the electoral college vote against the will of the voters in states with Republican legislators. It's actually much more complicated than that, with many possibilities: dueling sets of electors, Pence unilaterally deciding that he and Trump get a second term, Pennsylvania's electors being tossed into the garbage, Nancy Pelosi blocking some of the Republican shenanigans and delaying things until she therefore becomes president, all kinds of stuff.

The Atlantic article is an excellent information-loaded article that explains what an immoral incumbent willing to savage democracy might do in order to retain power, some of which is already underway (voter suppression, sabotaging the mail delivery system, etc), and some tactics, like bypassing election results by using loyal legislators to subvert the will of the people, are already being discussed. These are stepping stones on the path to tyranny...


  1. Good morning Jonny, Fran, Mike D., Tom N., Terry, LL, FezzedOne and Panther, plus salutations to anyone else reading JJFH today.

    The person speaking about the third dead body to be found by the River Cam clearly hasn't been paying attention to this clue. How many times does it have to occur before he realizes "it must be something about the water"? Plus, this is in the UK where things like stumps and cars go up in flames all the time too. As we see further down this report, a man collapsed in Hull on the same day. Gee, maybe whatever it is, is in the AIR TOO!!

    Giant fissure opens up in the Mexico's Jiménez desert

    A giant crack measuring more than 2 kilometers long opened in the desertic ground of Jiménez, Mexico. [discovered on September 15, 2020 by local residents]

    In some places the crack reaches more than 1.5 meters wide and 3 meters deep.

    There is still no official information about the cause and formation of the crack in the ground. [more]

    60-year-old woman mauled to death by tiger in Maharashtra, India - 27 such fatalities this year for the state

    A 60-year-old woman was killed in a tiger attack on Saturday afternoon at a field near Andharwadi village in Pandharkawada, Yavatmal district in Maharashtra. [more]

    Grizzly bear kills hunter in Alaska

    A grizzly bear killed a hunter in a national park in Alaska, the National Park Service said Tuesday.

    It is the first known fatal bear mauling in the history of the park [more; in a comment, SOTT lists another attack in Idaho]

    Eruption at Sangay volcano hits Ecuadorian banana output - 55,000 hectares under carpet of ash

    A volcanic eruption in Ecuador has covered 80,000 hectares of farming land in Ecuador in ash, the Andean country's government says.

    The eruption of Ecuador's Sangay volcano has left around thousands of hectares of banana production under a carpet of ash.

    "We estimate that this will lead to a 25 per cent fall in the weekly exportable offer from the affected farms for at least a month," Richard Salazar told Fruitnet. [more; video]

    144,000 displaced by flooding - 60,000 hectares of crops damaged - 21,000 domestic animals killed in Afar, Ethiopia - a million affected across the country since July

    Flooding in the state has affected 240,000 people, demolished 105 schools, 200 rural roads, 6 bridges, and killed over 21,000 domestic animals. Flooding has also damaged around 60,000 hectares of crops and farmland. [more; video]

    [2nd part awaits]

  2. Heavy rain swamps Mumbai, India - nearly 16 inches in 48 hours [2 videos, 3 tweets]

    Roads of the city were swamped, stranding several vehicles and causing traffic chaos. Flooding on railway lines disrupted rail services. Media reported some residents in the Kranti Nagar area of the city were evacuated.

    Meanwhile rescue workers continue to look for possible survivors after an apartment building collapsed in Bhiwandi on the outskirts of Mumbai on 21 September. As of 24 September, 35 people had died in the disaster. Officials are still investigating the cause of the collapse. [more]

    At least 2 killed, 20 injured as more floods and landslides hit Jakarta and West Java, Indonesia

    More floods and landslides struck Indonesia's capital Jakarta and nearby areas, including West Java, claiming at least two lives and leaving 20 others injured, officials reported Tuesday, September 22, 2020. Since January this year, at least 283 people have died as a result of natural calamities due to severe weather.​ [more; 2 videos, lots of tweets]

    UK town hit by fourth earthquake in two weeks [none over magnitude 4]

    Leighton Buzzard has been hit by two aftershocks in the space of a few hours - taking the total number of earthquakes felt in the area over the last two weeks to four. [more]

    Lightning strike injures 14 teens at soccer game in Switzerland

    Over a dozen teenagers in Switzerland have been hospitalized after lightning struck a soccer field during a game. The bolt hit a lamp post before spreading over the field. [more]

    307 killed, 100 missing due to floods and landslides in past 3 months across Nepal

    [3rd section follows]

  3. Meteor fireball streaks over Western Europe [2 short videos]

    A 2020 study revealed: Unvaccinated children are healthier than vaccinated children

    This isn't difficult to understand as these vaccines contain dangerous adjuvants and heavy metals (aluminum, mercury, etc.), plus formaldehyde and other chemicals and preservatives which usually have unknown health risk. In addition, there are also no real study figuring what could be the long-term effects of importing contaminants of DNA from fetal cells (aborted) to your body, and of various animal DNA and so-called retroviruses. Yet the WHO and other government agencies recommend "50 doses of 14 vaccines by age six, 69 doses of 16 pharmaceutical vaccines containing powerfully immune-altering ingredients by age 18". [more]

    Thursday, 24 September 2020
    "Underground fires-zombie fires," a "climate bomb". Underground peat fires have been burning for more than 5 years as unprecedented temperatures and around nine million hectares of forests, an area the size of Portugal-have been impacted by fires this year in Siberia

    The bitterly cold Arctic winter typically snuffs out the seasonal wildfires that erupt in this region. But every once in a while, a wildfire comes along that refuses to die. These blazes, known as “zombie fires” or “holdover fires,” can burrow into the rich organic material beneath the surface, such as the vast peatlands that ring the Arctic, and smoulder under the snowpack throughout the frigid winter. [more]

    [here's BBN from yesterday, icymi]
    BBN: The Pledge To Not Do Anything About Climate Change [~ 27 min.]

    The Pandemic is a Test Run [~ 19 min.]

  4. I think COVID 19 should be now called the Trumptard Flu.

    On the election: I think the day after, 11/4/2020, may very well be the official date of the death of the US as a constitutional republic.

    At any rate, it's going to be pure hell from there on out. Will make what we've been through so far this year seem like the glory days by comparison.

  5. Good mornin'! I think the Republic has been dead for awhile...just not officially. Imho once the Gov has to pay interest or even borrow money from the central bank the bank is in charge, not the elected Government. I remember seeing something about info leaked from a Japanese University a couple years ago that mentioned that North America would separate from South America and that the separation would occur in Mexico. I'll post the link later on if I can find it.

  6. i agree with your last statement, Mike. Good point Terry!

    i would add that the government has been trampling all over the Constitution, especially when it comes to "our rights" which they treat as privileges. As we see with Assange, you can't even tell the truth!

    To Mike's last point then, the country is about to fundamentally change, and it doesn't look good. Hoping that cooler heads will prevail is a little like not evacuating with a CAT 4 hurricane bearing down on you.

    i wish there was an opt out clause, 'cause neither "side" of our tw0-party dominated system give us the same results when it comes to the environment or climate change policy, war, medical domination, surveillance, foreign policy, and much more that none of us ever voted for. It's corporations before citizens and profits above health and well-being.

    It's going to crash and burn. The election may cause a stock market collapse, rioting, civil war, and the continuation of Covid-19 (whether it was planned or not, it's here and doing at least some damage - in that the economy has been hamstrung by the policies we've been forced to comply with). It sure looks like we're being set up for Martial Law in the near future, with the FEMA camp scenario waiting in the wings.

    Stay tuned.

  7. 3 Events That Have Greatly Shaken America During The Month Of September

    unprecedented wildfires on the west coast

    The sudden passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    [the trial decision upon] the death of Breonna Taylor

    [Michael didn't include biggies like the pandemic [!?], unemployment, business bankruptcies, store closings, and many others]

    [but i like these next two from EOTAD]
    An Obscure Law In Pennsylvania Could Result In 100,000 Mail-In Ballots Being Thrown Out Without Ever Being Counted

    In Pennsylvania, a recent legal decision requires officials to throw out mail-in ballots without counting them if voters do not return them in “secrecy envelopes”… [i shit you not]

    Last week, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania decided that the deadline for mail-in ballots will be “the Friday after Election Day”… [SERIOUSLY?!]

    So does this mean that countless numbers of voters in the state could potentially cast votes after election day and still have them counted?

    There are so many things that could go wrong, and I believe that we are headed for a giant mess no matter who wins. [more]

    Why Are So Many Asteroids Having Close Calls With Earth In 2020?

    asteroids are zipping by our planet with frightening regularity, and several more very notable passes will happen over the next few weeks. For example, an asteroid that was just discovered on September 18th will come very, very close to the Earth on Thursday. According to NASA, it will actually come closer to our planet than many of our weather satellites…
    [uhm, hey, that's today! HIT THE DIRT!!]

    The good news is that neither of them have a chance of hitting us this time around, but the fact that the Earth’s neighborhood has so much “traffic” these days is a major concern. [are we traveling though an asteroid belt?]

    In October, an “unknown object” is expected to enter our gravitational field and become a temporary “mini-moon”… [wtf?]

    And in November, we are being told that a small asteroid will come very close to our planet on the day before the election…
    [more; oh please, hit and put us out of our misery]

    [he doesn't answer the question]

    Thursday, 24 September 2020
    Trouble being planned for tonight in Kentucky? [Hal Turner]

    Americans are being warned to "stay home and stay off the roads" tonight after a Grand Jury in Louisville, KY failed to Indict three of four police officers for the death of Breonna Taylor.

    Rioters are already smashing stores and businesses in Louisville and law enforcement has Intel claiming rioters all over the USA are being mobilized for destruction tonight.

    There is significant money behind these rioters and some of that money has now been traced. In louisville, immediately after the GRand Jury decision was made public, "activists" made a bee-line for a U-Haul rental truck and . . . lo and behold . . . it was full of signs, posters, sticks and more! Here's video: [see tweet]

    Thanks to Intelligence Sources, we can report that U-Haul truck was rented by Holly Zoller of the Louisville Bail Initiative.

    When one investigates the roots of the Louisville Bail Initiative, one finds that At least two of the people on the board of the Louisville Bail Initiative were Soros Justice Fellows.; as in George Soros!

    The Bail Project website claims to have paid bail for 12,096 criminals to date. [uhm, that would be "peaceful protesters," mkoi?]

    KY National Guard and state police have been deployed by the Governor. [more; "see you at the 'peaceful rally'!"]

    [part 2 below]


    [here's another one Robin posted]

    Today on TruNews we discuss the not so subtle threat by China to bomb U.S. forces in Guam as they launch squadrons of communist jets into Taiwanese airspace. We also connect the potential of outbreak of a new World War with the return to COVID lockdown in the West, as Prince Charles warns of the need of a militarily enforced Global Marshal Plan to address the invisible enemies of pandemic and climate change.

    From the archives: The globalist agenda in Africa

    WHO Offered $20M Bribe To Poison COVID-19 Cure – Madagascar President [from May of this year]

    [oh, it was probably just a miscommunication is all (Karen)]

    In a shocking development the President of Madagascar has made a sensational claim that the WHO offered $20m bribe to poison COVID-19 cure. The herbal remedy called COVID-19 Organics made from Artemisia can cure COVID-19 patients within ten days said the President. He also raised the question that if it was a European country that had actually discovered this remedy, would there be so much doubt? [more]

    [hey, while we're on medical tyranny and the bad guys, this one is included in the article]

    UN Forced To Admit Gates-Funded Vaccine Is Causing Polio Outbreak In Africa [from the beginning of this month]

    The United Nations has been forced to admit that a major international vaccine initiative is actually causing the outbreak of the very disease it was supposed to wipe-out.
    [yep, don't trust the vaccines; oh! don't forget yesterday]

    CDC publishes, then DELETES, new guidelines warning of aerosol Covid-19 transmission, contradicting WHO

    [enjoy these articles before they're disappeared]

    [here's what they're after and where we're going, folks]

    Thursday, 24 September 2020
    The spread of medical tyranny around the world

    [highlights the USA, Israel, UK, Australia, and Sweden]

    Sweden's lockdown-free coronavirus response is at risk as officials mull 'chain-breaking' localised restrictions amid a spike of cases in Stockholm.

    State epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, the herd-immunity architect, expanded on the proposals for the capital after first signalling the shift on Tuesday.

    'We are thinking of fairly short restrictions, to break the spread of infection requires perhaps two to three weeks at most,' Tegnell told the Dagens Nyheter newspaper on Wednesday. 'We are still developing the concept, so to say, but something like that.'

    Tegnell added: 'The restrictions could be extremely local. It could be about a single workplace or city district: wherever you see a spread and think that there are restrictions that might stop it. [more; that's how it starts]

    [i lost count, but i think the next one is part 3]

  9. [freak accident of the day]
    Falling highway sign crushes passing pickup truck, kills driver, Ohio police say

    A driver was killed in Ohio Thursday morning after a highway sign tumbled and crushed his truck, police say.

    A dump truck was leaving an interstate construction site in Cleveland when it struck a highway sign on westbound I-480, WEWS reported.

    The dump truck’s bed was raised, which caused it to hit the sign, according to

    The sign fell and crushed a passing Ford F-150, killing the driver, WKYC reported. [more; oopsy!]

    Sailing stopped as killer whales attack yachts off Spanish coast

    A mysterious spate of attacks by orca whales on boats off Spain's coast has prompted authorities to ban people setting sail from the country's northwestern tip.

    The unprecedented attacks have crippled vessels and terrified crew members, and created a slew of theories as to what could have angered the whales. [more]

    Low tide reveals WWII-era bomb on beach near resort town in UK

    Bomb disposal experts successfully detonated a live World War II era mortar found on the beach near a United Kingdom resort town after low tide revealed the decades-old explosive.

    The device was found on a beach north of Weston-Super-Mare, a popular seaside vacation town in the Bristol Channel, the Royal Navy said Wednesday.

    "After excavating around the device we established that the device was intact and possible live," Royal Navy Petty Officer Diver Rob Bishop said in a statement Wednesday.

    The team determined that the explosive was an anti-submarine mortar bomb and believe it was used in the area when a nearby weapons research facility was operating. [more]

    [which would make the following part 4]

  10. Crocodile attacks snorkeller off Australian island

    A crocodile bit a man on the head and neck as he was snorkelling off an island on Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

    The 33-year-old was flown to hospital after Wednesday's attack by what is believed to be a two-metre (six-foot) saltwater crocodile near the Lizard Island resort, a Queensland state official said in a statement.

    Wildlife officers will travel to Lizard Island to attempt to locate and remove the crocodile, the official said. [more; yeah right, like they KNOW which croc it was - what a crock]

    The cost of atmospheric rivers are on the rise as they get bigger

    Past studies have shown that climate change is expected to intensify atmospheric rivers across many areas of the Earth in several decades, although the number of events could be slightly reduced. Computer model simulations indicate that a continuation of our current greenhouse gas emission trend would cause a 10 per cent reduction in the number of atmospheric rivers by 2100. However, these rivers will be on average 25 per cent wider and longer and heavy rain and wind conditions related to them around the globe will increase by about 50 per cent. [more; ignore the 2100 canard]

    Mauritius takes stock of oil spill two months later

    On July 25, a cargo ship loaded with thousands of tonnes of fuel ran aground off Mauritius, leading to the worst environmental disaster ever witnessed in the tiny Indian Ocean archipelago.

    Two months later, Mauritius is still taking stock of the damage, after its rich fishing grounds and sensitive marine habitats were befouled with oil.

    "The amount of oil is relatively small but in Mauritius it's a very key area for biodiversity," Ware said.

    The accident occurred near two ecologically-critical sites: Blue Bay, known for its coral gardens and Pointe D'Esny, which hosts a fragile mangrove forest critical in the fight against global warming.

    Also a short distance away is Ile Aux Aigrettes, a nature reserve home to endemic bird and reptile species.

    About 50 melon-headed whales washed up dead off Mauritius at the end of August, infuriating the public, but a link with the spill has not been established.

    Conservationists are particularly concerned about the long-term ecological damage to the island's marine ecosystems.[more]