Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Event Update For 2020-11-17

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

2020-11-17 - Unknown rotten egg odor evacuates several buildings on Med Tech Parkway in Johnson City (Tennessee):

2020-11-17 - Auto salvage yard hit by fire, scrap cars burn, on Fairfield Road in Columbia (South Carolina):

2020-11-17 - Metal recycling center hit by fire, pile of scrap metal burns, on Racecourse Road in Teralba (Australia), 1 mile from the coast:

2020-11-17 - Metal plant rocked by explosion in coastal Ashdod (Israel), 2 killed, 2 injured:

2020-11-17 - Underground explosion shatters window in the University City area in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):

2020-11-17 - Underground electrical fire shoots flames from manhole on Bradford Street in Digbeth (Britain):

2020-11-17 - Wildfire breaks out, burns 5,000 acres and causes evacuations in Mono County (California):

2020-11-17 - Wildfire breaks out, burns 1,200 acres and destroys homes, near Reno (Nevada):

2020-11-17 - Boat, car, lawn mowers and garage destroyed by fire at home on Upper Meadow Lane NW in Rochester (Minnesota):

Quote: "According to a news release from the Rochester Fire Department (RFD), it was storing a car, lawn mowers and other equipment. A boat parked near the garage was also destroyed."

2020-11-17 - Boat bursts into flame, burns and sinks, while docked on Mill Bay in coastal Strahan (Australia):

Note: These are the 1068th and 1069th boats/ships to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-17 - Car-hauler bursts into flame then crashes into barrier on the Curreeki Creek Bridge on the Pacific Highway in Coolongolook (Australia):

Quote: "According to a spokesperson from the Manning-Great Lakes Police District, the 28-year-old male driver of the car-carrier refueled his vehicle at a Coolongolook service station at around 9:30pm before proceeding south on the highway. After travelling a short distance, the driver noticed flames emanating from beneath the engine hood before he collided with a concrete barrier on the Curreeki Creek Bridge."

Note: This is the 45th car-hauler to burn in 2020...

2020-11-17 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-10 in Deming (New Mexico):

2020-11-17 - Tractor (telehandler) bursts into flame on Manor Lane in Holmes Chapel (Britain):

Note: These are the 1607th, 1608th and 1609th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2020...

2020-11-17 - Food truck bursts into flame at 4:20 AM while parked at restaurant on Blue Lakes Boulevard North in Twin Falls (Idaho):

2020-11-17 - Box truck bursts into flame on street in Cheras (Malaysia):

2020-11-17 - Flatbed truck bursts into flame on street in coastal Eastbourne (Britain):

2020-11-17 - Pickup truck bursts into flame while parked on F Street in Juneau (Alaska):

2020-11-17 - Pickup truck bursts into flame on I-65 in Nashville (Tennessee):

2020-11-17 - Two cars destroyed by fire before 4:30 AM while parked at apartments in Sylmar (California):

Quote: "At least two cars parked in a car port were destroyed before Los Angeles Fire Department crews knocked down the fire."

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked in parking garage at hospital in Danbury (Connecticut):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame while parked at home on Doctors Path in Riverhead (New York):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame on Sunshine Skyway Bridge over Tampa Bay near coastal St. Petersburg (Florida):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame on street in Sapulpa (Oklahoma):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame on Morea Road in Mahanoy Township (Pennsylvania):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame near courthouse in Mysuru (India):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame on the A33 near Jumilla (Spain):

2020-11-17 - Car bursts into flame at 1:50 AM on Wellswood Avenue in Telford (Britain):

2020-11-17 - Vehicle bursts into flame on street in Workington (Britain):

2020-11-17 - Theater destroyed by fire in Becket (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A hydrant on the property wasn’t working, so firefighters had to shuttle water in and get water from a nearby pond, he said."

2020-11-17 - City hall and police department damaged by fire in the wee hours in Herculaneum (Missouri):

2020-11-17 - Home damaged by fire on Vermont Avenue in coastal Providence (Rhode Island):

2020-11-17 - Home damaged by fire at 6:30 AM on Everett Street in coastal Chesapeake (Virginia):

2020-11-17 - Home damaged by fire on James Avenue off McAlpin Avenue in Elsmere (Kentucky):

2020-11-17 - Home damaged by fire at 2:45 AM on Twilight Road in Galivants Ferry (South Carolina), 1 injured:

2020-11-17 - Home damaged by fire on West Point Road in Green Bay (Wisconsin), 2 injured:

2020-11-17 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Woodfield Road in Arden (North Carolina):

2020-11-17 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Columbia Street in coastal Cambridge (Massachusetts), 1 injured:

2020-11-17 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire on Tomolonis Drive in Nashua (New Hampshire):

2020-11-17 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Sholar Avenue in East Chattanooga (Tennessee), nobody there:

2020-11-17 - Home destroyed by fire on South I-35 between Slaughter Creek and FM 1626 in Austin (Texas):

2020-11-17 - Home destroyed by fire on Desert Rose Street in Little River (South Carolina):

2020-11-17 - Home destroyed by fire just after 6 AM on South 4th Avenue in Beech Grove (Indiana), 2 injured:

2020-11-17 - Home destroyed by fire on Coe Road in Denison (Texas):

2020-11-17 - Duplex heavily damaged by fire just after 5 AM on Creekside Circle in Fort Worth (Texas), 2 injured:

2020-11-17 - Deadly fire burns home shortly before 5 AM on North Fourth Street in Austin (Indiana), 1 killed:

2020-11-17 - Six fin whales wash ashore dead on beaches in France:

Quote: "Over the last six weeks, a number of dead fin whales have been washed up on the beaches on the western shores of France. While the occasional whale carcass is to be expected, there has been a noticeable ‘spike’ that has experts concerned. The whales are all fin whales – the second largest in the ocean after the blue whale – and have no apparent cause of death."

2020-11-17 - Long-finned pilot whale washes ashore dead for the first time on the Isle of Man:

Quote: "Manx Whale and Dolphin Watch say it's the first time the species has been stranded on the Isle of Man. No obvious cause of death has been found, and various samples have been sent off to the UK for analysis."

2020-11-17 - Man, 52, gets into altercation with another man on beach then has heart attack and dies, at Campus Point in coastal Santa Barbara (California):

Quote: "The Independent stated sources close to Jewel confirmed he died of a heart attack directly on the beach during the confrontation."

2020-11-17 - Person found dead in canal in Los Banos (California):

2020-11-17 - Woman, 36, drops dead at home on Hillside Avenue in coastal Virginia Beach (Virginia):

2020-11-17 - Man, 37, found dead in canal near Mercedes (Texas):

2020-11-17 - Woman, 64, found dead at home on Golden Appaloosa Circle near Lake Houston in Harris County (Texas):

2020-11-17 - Man found dead in camper near Flaming Gorge Reservoir (Wyoming):

2020-11-17 - Man, 64, found dead in fountain at Lyons Park in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2020-11-17 - Man found dead near the Third Fork Creek trailhead in Durham (North Carolina):

2020-11-17 - Man, 56, found dead in Lake Blalock (South Carolina):

2020-11-17 - Man, 59, found dead in waterway on West Foxworth Mill Road north of Sumter (South Carolina):,354838

2020-11-17 - Man, 22, found dead near Swift Current (Canada):

2020-11-17 - Woman found dead in Lake Ontario in Oshawa (Canada):

2020-11-17 - Woman, 22, collapses, foams at the mouth and dies in Baramita (Guyana):

Quote: "Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 22-year-old Vanessa Davis of Baramita, North West District. Reports are that the woman suddenly dropped dead at around 17:00hrs on Sunday as she was making her way to buy groceries."

Quote: "Whilst on the journey, the woman complained of experiencing severe headache and shortness of breath. She then collapsed and started to froth."

2020-11-17 - Passenger, man, goes into cardiac arrest on passenger plane, dies shortly later, plane makes emergency landing in coastal Karachi (Pakistan):

Quote: "The doctor who arrived at the scene confirmed the death of Muhammad Nowshad, saying he had died of a cardiac arrest. His body would be returned to India following required procedure, the sources added."

2020-11-17 - Woman has 'medical issue', six cars crash, in East Hempfield Township (Pennsylvania):

Quote: "Police say a woman from Elizabethtown had a medical issue when she drove into the westbound lane at the cloverleaf interchange. She drove eastbound in the westbound lanes from Rapho Township into East Hempfield Township."

2020-11-17 - Person has 'medical incident' in car on the M1 near Kegworth (Britain):

Quote: "A person was taken to hospital after a ‘medical incident’ on the M1."

2020-11-17 - Tractor trailer veers off road, crashes into pillars at hotel, in Mankato (Minnesota), 1 killed:

Quote: "It’s not known if he died from injuries related to the crash or a medical issue."

2020-11-17 - Tractor trailer overturns at 3 AM on I-95 in coastal Fairfield (Connecticut):

2020-11-17 - SUV veers off road, crashes into concrete posts, on West Circle Drive in Rochester (Minnesota), 1 killed:

Quote: "Rochester police Capt. Casey Moilanen said Tuesday morning it was unclear if the man died in the crash or as a result of a medical emergency that may have caused the crash."

2020-11-17 - Pickup truck hits SUV head-on on Beach Ridge Road in Pendleton (New York), 1 killed, 1 injured:

2020-11-17 - Car veers over centerline, hits car head-on, in St. Charles County (Missouri), 1 killed, 3 injured:

2020-11-17 - Car veers off road, crashes into tree, in Gaithersburg (Maryland), 1 killed:

2020-11-17 - Seaside cliff collapses onto couple and baby and kills all 3 of them at coastal Pipa Beach (Brazil):

2020-11-17 - Heavy rain, flooding and landslides hit Banyumas, Central Java (Indonesia), 2 killed, 3 missing:

2020-11-17 - Little-known deadly virus in Bolivia can spread from person to person, scientists discover:

2020-11-17 - UN World Food Program warns of 'famines of biblical proportions in 2021' as some Americans wait 12 hours for food:


  1. Good morning Jonny, everyone. The agenda of the plandemic people is ramping up. Lockdowns are being implemented all over the world (coming to a neighborhood near you soon), food shortages are becoming noticeable and more problems arrive each day.

    Panic And Desperation Sweep Across America As Fears Of A “Dark Winter” Continue To Rise

    Do you remember earlier this year when consumers were feverishly hoarding toilet paper and we were seeing colossal lines at food banks all over the nation during the initial stages of the COVID pandemic? Well, it is happening again. Now that the vote on November 3rd is behind us, the pandemic has once again become the primary focus of the mainstream media, and a lot of people are completely freaking out. Just like earlier this year, store shelves across the country are being emptied because Americans don’t want to be stuck at home without enough toilet paper and hand sanitizer. Each new restriction that gets announced adds to the frenzy, and it has gotten to the point where new restrictions are literally being announced around the nation on a daily basis now. And if the case numbers that we are being given continue to rise, it is inevitable that this new wave of lockdowns will get even tighter.

    Over the last several months, Joe Biden has repeatedly told us that we have a “dark winter” ahead. [more; hey, you voted for it, enjoy!]

    Iota leaves more than 20 people dead or missing, unprecedented damage reported in San Andrés and Providencia

    At least 13 people were killed and 11 others remain missing after extremely dangerous Category 4 Hurricane "Iota" made landfall in Nicaragua on November 17-- considered the strongest storm to hit the country and the most powerful tropical cyclone of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season. [more]

    Iota is the first Category 5 hurricane to hit Colombia - destroys 98 percent of infrastructure on the island of Providencia

    Hurricane "Iota" strengthened into a Category 5 hurricane -- peak winds of 260 km/h (160 mph) -- on November 16, 2020, as it was passing over the Colombian Archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina, making it the strongest tropical cyclone of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and the strongest-ever to hit Colombia. It weakened into a Category 4 hurricane, just 2 km/h below Category 5, prior to landfall in Nicaragua, making it the strongest November hurricane to hit the Central American country. [more]

    Hurricane Iota rips roads to shreds on island [~ 30 sec. live footage]

    Climate Change: Deeper Dive Into Dimming [~ 42 min. BBN]

    First 6G satellite launched in space – the next wireless technology seems even more dangerous than 5G

    After 5G comes 6G – the sixth generation of mobile Internet technology.

    But, right now, it’s still unclear what 6G will be, as the telecom industry hasn’t yet decided on the specifications for the network.

    Predictions say 6G will be rolled out in around 2030 to replace 5G. [more; guess we won't have to worry about it]

    Captured on film: Huge meteor fireball's spectacular explosion off the southern coast of Tasmania, Australia

    An enormous, spectacular fireball blazing a trail across the sky off the southern coast of Tasmania, Australia, has been captured on film.

    "What we saw on reviewing the livestream footage astounded us, the size and brightness of the meteor was incredible," John Hooper [more]

    [2nd section next]

  2. Airbus damaged by hail near Rio De Janeiro

    Brazil's CENIPA, the agency that investigates aircraft incidents, reported that the aircraft was climbing out of Curtibia when the jet flew through heavy rain, turbulence, and probably hail. While the crew continued the flight, they noted a lag in the first officer's speed indications, leading to the diversion during the descent. On the ground, it was clear that the aircraft suffered damage to the radome. [more]

    Hailstones 'as big as tennis balls' batter Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

    Pietermaritzburg residents ran for cover when hailstones as large as tennis balls battered the KwaZulu-Natal capital on Wednesday afternoon.

    The sudden hailstorm started at 3pm and within minutes had damaged property and vehicles. [more; many tweets]

    Lightning bolt kills 3 people in western Indonesia

    Three people have been killed by a lightning in Indonesia's western province of South Sumatra, a local official said Wednesday. [more]

    Thousands hit by floods in north-western Venezuela - at least 5 fatalities reported

    Parts of north-western Venezuela have seen severe flooding over the last few days, with at least 5 fatalities reported and thousands of families affected.

    Three people lost their lives in the floods.

    Flooding wreaked havoc, damaging hundreds of homes, along with roads and bridges. The state government said the losses totalled over US $ 20 million.

    Local media reported one person was electrocuted when power lines fell into flood water. [more; 3 videos]

    Trudeau puts Canada, and The World on notice, 'The Great Reset' is being launched [4 videos and long article]

    [3rd piece below]

  3. Thursday, 19 November 2020
    Are the Canadians preparing to chop off the heads of dissidents?? [Hal Turner; other articles incl.]

    The government of Canada has released a "Tender" requesting pricing and availability of Programmable Hydraulic Guillotines "for COVID-19 Response." The actual government tender appears below.

    Guillotines are used to behead people. Period. So why is Canada ordering them? Simple. They are going to DESTROY the Canadian economy with their bogus COVID-19 lock-downs. When Canadians are flat broke from not working, when their family-owned businesses are wrecked financially and must close, when people have expended all their savings, and have exhausted all their credit, the government will come in and offer 100% Debt Relief, but with strings attached.

    Those who agree, will go free. Those who refuse will be isolated in camps, offered to take the deal one last time and, if they refuse, they will be slaughtered.

    CDC calls for “isolation camps” as part of a “Shielding Plan”.[more; video from Del Bigtree]

    Over 1,000 evacuated in Nevada wildfire start returning home

    A day after a wind-whipped wildfire in northern Nevada roared through a neighborhood in Reno and destroyed at least five houses, more than 1,000 people who were forced to evacuate — including the mayor — started returning home Wednesday.

    Another fire about 100 miles (160 kilometers) south and across the border in California also exploded in strong winds Tuesday, killing one person, driving hundreds from their homes and destroying 80 structures in and around a small community, including some houses.

    Rains overnight helped tamp down the flames in both places.

    Trump pushes new environmental rollbacks on way out the door

    Down to its final weeks, the Trump administration is working to push through dozens of environmental rollbacks that could weaken century-old protections for migratory birds, expand Arctic drilling and hamstring future regulation of public health threats. [more]

    [4th part follows]

  4. [only in Italy]
    Boy has surgery as piano played next to operating table [~ 1 min. video]

    A boy underwent surgery to live piano music as a double tumor was removed from his spinal chord Location: Ancona, Italy The music was played at a specific frequency Molecular biologist Emiliano Toso Location: Salesi hospital The team monitored the boy's brainwaves throughout the four-hour operation and believe the "healing" music had a therapeutic effect

    [from Go Fuck! news]
    Pa. tightens restrictions on travel, mask wearing [~ 8.6 min. video]

    White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says he 'can't guarantee' the federal government will avoid a shutdown next month

    [oh please, just shut it down for good]

    White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said Wednesday he couldn't guarantee the federal government would avoid a shutdown in December.

    "Obviously, we want to keep the government funded," Meadows said, according to a Capitol Hill pool report.

    Both parties are still negotiating and attempting to bridge policy divisions. [more]

    Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine deliveries could start 'before Christmas'

    Pfizer Inc and BioNTech <22UAy.DE> could secure emergency U.S. and European authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine next month after final trial results showed it had a 95% success rate and no serious side effects, the drugmakers said on Wednesday.

    The vaccine's efficacy was found to be consistent across different ages and ethnicities - a promising sign given the disease has disproportionately hurt the elderly and certain groups including Black people. [more]

    Forced Vaccination Law in Denmark Abandoned After Public Protests

    A law in Denmark that would have given authorities the power to forcibly inject people with a coronavirus vaccine has been abandoned after nine days of public protests. [more]

    [i've been saying this for years]
    Is This the End of College as We Know It?

    [trade school or driving a big rig is the way to go right now]

    For millions of Americans, getting a four-year degree no longer makes sense. Here’s what could replace it. [behind pay wall]

    Is Now the Time ‘To Do What We’re Told’?
    November 18th, 2020 [Via: Truthstream Media]

    “We’re not voting our way out of whatever this is.” [~ 54.6 min. video]

  5. Good afternoon! I saw the Government of Canada tender for programmable guillotines. They are used to cut paper. I used to operate one and not once did the job involve severed heads:) I doubt that you would need to program a guillotine to cut off someone's head. Probably you would just need a "chop" button...unless the people were on a conveyor belt for more efficient beheading.

  6. Hah, good job making paper-cutters sound menacing, Canada! You do get some images of a variety of paper-cutting machines if you Google that term.

  7. The 'camps' aren't all that scary either. By 'humanitarian camps' they mean refugee camps like they're using in France or the concentration camps that Trump set up to punitively separate migrant children from their parents and keep them in cages, that kind of thing. They even list an example in the document, a refugee camp in Kenya. So they're talking about planning how to keep the elderly and vulnerable (people with comorbidities) separate from the general population in such camps so as to prevent them from catching the virus and dying. These camps are all 'forced' in the sense that, for example, none of the children and parents at the US-Mexico border are in those camps voluntarily - they can't just walk outside the barbed-wire fences anytime they want. They're migrant prisoners, basically.