Texas Is Running Out Of Water In 90 Days!!/NORTH KOREA MAY BE ON THE VERGE OF DEVELOPING A NUCLEAR MISSILE CAPABLE OF HITTING JAPAN/Huge fish die-offs in California and Minnesota/Army declares martial law in Thailand/SEX CHANGE DRUGS ‘TO BE OFFERED TO NINE-YEAR-OLDS’ and more signs of JESUS’ soon return



Infowars Reporter Dan Bidondi traveled to Harvard University to the site of the ill-fated Satanic Black Mass set to take place on campus. Christians went on the offensive and protested this event which was eventually cancelled. Satanists and Christians then had no choice but to engage in a theological showdown in the streets of Boston. Our cameras captured the action. More


North Korea, which this month threatened to carry out a fourth nuclear test, may be closer than previously thought to putting a nuclear warhead on a missile, some experts say, making a mockery of years of U.N. sanctions aimed at curbing such a program. North Korea has long boasted of making strides in acquiring a “nuclear deterrent”, but there had been general skepticism that it could master the step of miniaturizing a nuclear warhead to mount on a ballistic missile. No one outside the inner circle of North Korea’s nuclear program likely knows what advances the country has made. But there has been a shift in thinking by some who study North Korea full time since it conducted a nuclear test in February last year and amid on-off indications it is preparing another.More


US Navy ‘Shaping Events’ in South China Sea

The United States’ top naval officer said the Navy’s growing presence in the Asia-Pacific region is beginning to show results and shape events, but acknowledges it will be ‘a long-term effort.’ Admiral Jonathan Greenert, the Chief of Naval Operations, said he hopes the U.S. Navy will be able to expand cooperation with India once its new government takes its place. Speaking Monday at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Greenert said the growing military-to-military dialogue with China is beginning to show results, especially in the South China Sea, where maritime tensions between China and its neighbors are on the rise. More

Father of Texas Senator Ted Cruz: ‘The Bible Tells You Who to Vote For’

 The father of  Texas Senator Ted Cruz delivered a speech on the Constitution in Massachusetts this past week, where he also discussed the biblical guidelines for voting. Rafael Cruz, the 74-year-old North Texas pastor and director of Purifying Fire Ministries, was the featured speaker on Friday at a Foxborough dinner hosted by radio personality Jeff Kuhner.  He gave a one-hour presentation to those gathered. “[T]he Bible talks a lot about politics,” he said. “As a matter of fact, did you know that the Bible tells you exactly who to vote for? Very, very clearly the Bible tells you who to vote for. Let me prove it to you.” Cruz then pointed to the account of Moses’ discussion with his father-in-law Jethro, as outlined in Exodus 18, where God spoke through Jethro in regard to how leaders should be chosen among the people. More

The total number of disability beneficiaries in the United States rose from 10,981,423 in March to 10,996,447 in April, setting a new all-time record, according to newly released data from the Social Security Administration. The number of Americans receiving disability benefits continues to exceed the populations of Greece, Tunisia and Portugal, and is approaching the population of Cuba, which according to the CIA World Factbook is 11,047,251. More


Middle School Cancels Honors Night Because It’s Too ‘Exclusive’..

Citing concerns about the “exclusive nature” of the annual honors night at Archie R. Cole Middle School, school officials have decided to scrap the tradition. Instead, students who would normally be recognized at the annual spring tradition will be honored during team-based recognition ceremonies and graduation. The notice was sent to parents over the weekend in an e-mail signed by School Principal Alexis Meyer and Assistant Principal Dan Seger. “Members of the school community have long expressed concerns related to the exclusive nature of Honors Night,” the email stated. By having the recognition ceremonies during team-based ceremonies, it will “afford us the opportunity to celebrate the individual and collective success of all students and their effort, progress and excellence.” More

Top Obama Aide: ‘Many more executive actions to come’.


The White House will be “picking up the pace on executive actions,” as Congress focuses its efforts on the newly formed select committee investigating Benghazi, senior Obama adviser Dan Pfeiffer declared Tuesday. In an op-ed for The Huffington Post, Pfeiffer argued that congressional Republicans are not interested in engaging on the economy, instead spending time “obsessively trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act” and “ginning up politically motivated investigations.” “Given this dynamic, President Obama has only one option — use every ounce of his authority to unilaterally improve economic security,” Pfeiffer said. “Next week, as congressional Republicans spend their energy on yet another partisan investigation, we’ll be picking up the pace on the executive actions to help the economy,” Pfeiffer added. More


Russia and China Plan to Expand Payments in National Currencies

Russia and China are planning to increase the volume of direct payments in mutual trade in their national currencies, according to a joint statement on a new stage of comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation signed during high-level talks in Shanghai on Tuesday. “The sides intend to take new steps to increase the level and expansion of spheres of Russian-Chinese practical cooperation, in particular to establish close cooperation in the financial sphere, including an increase in direct payments in the Russian and Chinese national currencies in trade, investments and loan services,” the statement said. More


Former Malaysian Prime Minister accuses CIA of covering up what really happened to flight MH370

Missing Flight MH370 did not crash and its current whereabouts may be know to the Central Intelligence Agency and the Boeing aircraft company, Malaysia’s influential former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad has claimed. Dr Mahathir said the plane could have been switched onto autopilot remotely by the CIA if it had been hijacked. ’Remotely by radio or satellite links by government agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency, if terrorists attempt to gain control of the flight deck,’ he wrote in an entry entitled ‘What goes up must come down’ on his blog, chedet. More

Ukrainian MPs call for immediate troop withdrawal from country’s east

Ukrainian troops deployed in the country’s east should immediately return to their bases, the country’s parliament said in a memorandum. The freshly-adopted document also urges constitutional reforms based on the decentralization of Kiev’s power. With 252 votes in favor, the Ukrainian parliament finally adopted the so-called ‘Memorandum of peace and consent’. In particular, the document calls “to restore law, order and public safety in the state by stopping bloodshed and bringing to justice those responsible for the killings of civilians during mass protests; to stop the anti-terrorist operation in Ukraine’s southeast and return the soldiers involved in anti-terrorist operations to their places of permanent deployment”. The document also urges for immediate constitutional reform that will grant more autonomy to regions. More


EU Officials Appalled at Rise of Anti-Semitism in Europe

European Jewish Association (EJA) General Director Rabbi Menachem Margolin led a briefing for EU ambassadors and officials at week’s end, following the release of the most comprehensive survey to date on global anti-Semitism by the ADL, which revealed startling levels across the continent. Chairing the high-level meeting at the EJA’s headquarters in Brussels, with attendees including ambassadors and officials from 18 EU Member States, as well representatives from The Simon Wiesenthal Center, The Belgian League Against anti-Semitism, Britain’s Community Security Trust and Jewish communities across Europe, Rabbi Margolin called upon all EU member states to establish central committees, directly accountable to the respective prime ministers, in order to lead the fight against anti-Semitism. More

UFOs Crash In China; Villagers Shocked By ‘Huge Ball Of Fire’

Residents of villages in the Heilongjiang province of China reported three UFOs fell from the sky on Friday morning, according to the China News Service. The circular, metallic objects crashed to the ground of two counties after “villagers heard…a huge piercing sound, and then some villagers saw a big fireball” that eventually fell in a vegetable garden owned by one of the residents. ”I saw a huge ball of fire, I thought it was a meteorite,” one villager said, Chinatopix.com reported. “I hid inside my house and waited until the object…landed.” China News further described the ball-shaped objects as silver-gray, “surrounded by jagged edges and burn marks.” The object pictured in this story is reported to be “about 2-and-a-half-feet wide and weighing nearly 90 pounds,” according to OpenMinds.TV. More

If Iran Isn’t Building an Aircraft Carrier, Then What Is It Doing?

In the world of defense spending, and defense investing, everything old is becoming new again — aircraft carriers especially. Over the past several months, defense news headlines have been dominated by reports that everyone from India to Singapore to Japan seems to be busily building aircraft carriers. China, in particular, is said to be in the process of building multiple carriers simultaneously. Now, could the Islamic Republic of Iran be next in line to join the aircraft carrier-owning club? According to multiple sources, Iran recently completed work on a two-thirds scale model boat resembling the American Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. Curiously, the new vessel appears to come complete with airplanes on deck, and even has the “68″ navy designation for the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) painted on its deck. Why? More



Majority Of Americans Would Be Fine With Supporting A Gay Presidential Candidate

A new survey reveals that a gay or lesbian American president could one day become a viable reality. Released by the PewResearch Center For The People & The Press, the survey shows immense changes in American attitudes towards the sexual orientation of their political leaders. According to the survey: ”…at a time of increasing acceptance of homosexuality, most Americans (66%) say it wouldn’t matter if a presidential candidate is gay or lesbian; 27% say they would be less likely to support a gay or lesbian candidate while 5% would be more likely. In 2007, nearly half (46%) said they would be less likely to vote for a homosexual candidate.” More

Utah will be required to recognize gay marriages performed during the short period that they were legal in the state, a federal judge ruled Monday. U.S. District Judge Dale A. Kimball is ordering Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to recognize more than 1,200 same-sex marriages that were performed during a 17-day period beginning Dec. 20, 2013, when a court ruling briefly overturned the state’s ban on gay marriage. On Jan. 6, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court granted the Utah attorney general’s office a stay of the ruling while the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals reviews the case, halting the issuance of marriage certificates to same-sex couples. More

Wild Wyoming cloud wows weatherwatchers

A phenomenal shot of a massive cloud Sunday near Clareton, Wyo., has been making the rounds on social media today. The photo was taken by the Basehunters storm chasers group, who are “committed to capturing the most unique and close-up tornado footage on the market,” according to their Facebook page. It shows the rotating updraft of a supercell thunderstorm over eastern Wyoming, according to Weather Channel meteorologist Jon Erdman. Supercells are the largest, strongest and longest-lasting thunderstorms. They are most common on the Great Plains. More

Future Samsung Smartphones May Be Able To Scan Your Eye For Extra Security

Samsung plans to add iris scanning technology to its future smartphones as part of its enterprise security software, according to The Wall Street Journal. The tech is likely to integrate with the company’s Knox platform, which is a mobile security software designed to make Samsung phones more secure in the workplace. “We’re looking at various types of biometric [mechanisms],” Rhee In-jong, Samsung’s senior vice president who leads the development of Knox, told The Wall Street Journal. “And one thing that everyone is looking at is iris detection.” At the same time, the Journal reports that Samsung will bring fingerprint sensors to its cheaper phones, not just flagships like the Galaxy S5. While fingerprint sensors are useful as a more convenient means of unlocking your phone rather than typing in a passcode, security experts have pointed out the  potential security risks. More

Huge fish die-offs in California and Minnesota. What’s happening?

A lack oxygen in the water brought on by the recent Southern California heat wave is one of the reasons experts are suggesting for a huge fish die-off in the waters of Marina Del Rey. California Fish and Wildlife workers are still scooping dead sea life from the surface of the harbor Monday after thousands of dead anchovies, stingrays and even an octopus died and floated up over the weekend. The silvery blanket of fish on the water’s surface created a pungent smell and set off a feeding frenzy of harbor seals, pelicans and seagulls. Marine biologists were working Monday to determine the cause, with some suggesting the recent heat wave was to blame. Similar fish die-offs occurred in Redondo Beach and the Ventura Harbor in 2011. Meanwhile, in Minnesota, researchers say that last winter’s heavy snowfall is partly to blame for a fish kill that took out tens of thousands of walleye, bass, northern pike and other species on Grand Lake near Duluth. More

WikiLeaks Threatens To Reveal Information That Glenn Greenwald Says Could Lead To ‘Deaths’

“We will reveal the name of the censored country whose population is being mass recorded in 72 hours.” – WikiLeaks on Twitter America’s National Security Agency (NSA) can “vacuum up and store the actual content of every conversation” in the Bahamas and an unnamed country, the new publication The Intercept reported Monday, based on documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden. Intercept Editor Glenn Greenwald — who wrote about documents leaked by Snowden when he was a columnist for The Guardian — said the publication didn’t reveal the country because it was “very convinced” that doing so would lead to “deaths.” After a heated discussion between WikiLeaks, Greenwald, Intercept Editor-In-Chief John Cook, and American WikiLeaks hacker-turned-Der Spiegal contributor Jacob Appelbaum, WikiLeaks tweeted that it will reveal the name of the second country being spied on by the NSA. More


Obama to make 500,000 acres in New Mexico off limits to Developers

President Obama will create the largest national monument of his tenure on Wednesday, making nearly 500,000 acres of southern New Mexico off limits to development. The Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks region has petroglyphs from three Native American societies in its canyons, as well as desert grasslands and a petrified forest. The area is twice as big as the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in New Mexico, which previously held the ranking as Obama’s largest. Many community leaders had pressed the president to protect the region under the Antiquities Act rather than waiting for Congress to make a move. But some in the area near Las Cruces, including cattle ranchers and Republican lawmakers, oppose a presidential designation, saying it is too far-reaching and will not provide enough safeguards for border officers. More


Persian film shows nuke war with Israel

A Persian-language animated film shows an Iranian invasion of Tel Aviv, the word “Holocaust” being trampled, and a nuclear attack. The film, called “The Rachel Corrie Message 2: The Point of No Return,” purports to show an Iranian reprisal for a failed Israeli nuclear attack on Iran. The approximately four explosive-laden-minute long clip depicts Israelis surrendering en masse to invading Iranian troops and Israel’s airport being renamed as “Martyr Rachel Corrie Airport.” Corrie was an American pro-Palestinian activist killed by an Israeli bulldozer in Gaza in 2003. More


 — Joe Mooneyham no longer grows any flowers or plants in his backyard. Instead, the Pebble Beach resident in Bandera County is nursing a quiet optimism that it will all come back. ”I haven’t watered since September of last year,” Mooneyham said. “Everything was just emerald green.” He misses the greenery, the deer and the water. Medina Lake, which used to send gentle waves lapping at his backyard dock, has receded more than a mile and a quarter away. ”Every day I go on and check the level,” Mooneyham said. Pebble Beach is a community whose name is borne out in the field of small stones that were once covered by several feet of lake water. It’s also a community reporting less than a three-month supply of water for its residents. More

Dozens of Texas communities with less than 90 days of water

Drought doozy: A dozen public water supplies are reporting they could go dry in 45 days or less. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality keeps tabs on those places where the water is scarce enough to draw concern. view full article


Israeli defense official warns of ‘Storm on Horizon’…

Iran can break out to nuclear weapons “very quickly,” and Israel must maintain operational readiness for any threat that may arise, Maj.-Gen. (res.) Amos Gilad, director of political-military affairs at the Defense Ministry, warned on Monday. Speaking in Tel Aviv at a security conference organized by the Israel Defense publication and the Israel Artillery Association, Gilad said the security forecast was not sunny. “Today is a pleasant day. But there are clouds, and a storm, on the horizon,” he said. “People don’t believe it until it comes,” he added. More

Army declares martial law in Thailand

– The Thai army declared martial law throughout the country Tuesday in a surprise move that an aide to the embattled Prime Minister said the government didn’t know about beforehand. ”They took this action unilaterally. The government is having a special meeting regarding this. We have to watch and see if the army chief honors his declaration of impartiality,” the aide said, describing the situation as “half a coup d’etat.” Lt. Gen. Nipat Thonglek told CNN the move was not a coup. More

Chinese hackers infiltrated U.S. companies, attorney general says

Attorney General Eric Holder announced Monday that members of the Chinese military have engaged in the hacking of American businesses and entities, including U.S. Steel Corp., Westinghouse, Alcoa, Allegheny Technologies, the United Steel Workers Union and SolarWorld. The victims operate in Pennsylvania, and a grand jury there returned a 31-count indictment against members of the Chinese military, accusing them of violating federal law by hacking to spy and steal secrets, Holder said. The indictment alleges that five People’s Liberation Army officers “maintained unauthorized access to victim computers to steal information from these entities that would be useful” to the victims’ competitors in China, the attorney general said. More


Worst thunderstorms in 50 years to rip through Britain THIS week

weather warning, weather warning uk, weather uk, weather forecast uk, thunder uk, thunderstorms Many areas will face monsoon conditions as torrential downpours set in across the UK. More than THREE INCHES of rain could fall in just 48 hours with widespread flash flooding expected as the worst thunderstorms since the 1960s hit. The freak storms will also bring strong winds, hail and lightning with much of the country warned to expect weather MAYHEM by Friday. It comes after Britain baked in the hottest day of the year so far today with the mercury hitting 79.3F (26.3C) in Gravesend, Kent. The Met Office warned that early forecasting models were giving ’cause for concern’ for Thursday. More

DAYS OF LOT – Judge strikes down Oregon’s gay marriage ban

 — U.S. District Judge Michael McShane has ruled that Oregon’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional. In his ruling, McShane states: “No legitimate state purpose justifies the preclusion of gay and lesbian couples from civil marriage.” Same-sex couples were already lined up Monday morning, awaiting the historic decision, and began getting marriage licenses immediately, amid cheers. More

Judge strikes down Oregon’s gay marriage ban

Same-sex couples started getting marriage licenses immediately after U.S. District Judge Michael McShane ruled that Oregon’s voter-approved ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional. view full article


Children as young as nine are to be prescribed drugs which delay the onset of puberty as the first step towards a sex change operation, according to reports. The treatment will be offered by one NHS trust to children who are so troubled by their gender that they may wish to undergo drastic surgery after adolescence, according to the Mail on Sunday. But the decision was attacked by critics who described the decision to offer the treatment at such a young age as “horrifying” and called for an immediate investigation. Monthly injections of the drugs, known as hypothalamic blockers, are used to slow the development of the children’s sexual organs by blocking the production of the hormones testosterone and oestrogen. More


Chipotle is asking customers not to bring firearms into its stores after it says gun rights advocates brought military-style assault rifles into one of its restaurants in Texas. The Denver-based company notes that it has traditionally complied with local laws regarding open and concealed firearms. But in a statement Monday, the company said that “the display of firearms in our restaurants has now created an environment that is potentially intimidating or uncomfortable for many of our customers.”More

Proposed Gas Pipeline That Has Russia-China Relations Stronger Than Ever

Russian President Vladimir Putin told Chinese media that the strength of Russia-China relations is at an all-time high as the two countries are reportedly finalizing a 30-year gas-supply deal.
“Now Russia-China cooperation is advancing to a new stage of comprehensive partnership and strategic interaction,” Putin said. “It would not be wrong to say that it has reached the highest level in all its centuries-long history.” The gas deal, which has been on the table for over 10 years, would send 38 billion cubic meters of natural gas to China each year starting in 2018 with the potential to expand the annual capacity to 61 billion cubic meters. China consumed about 170 billion cubic meters of natural gas in 2013 and set a target of up to 420 billion cubic meters a year by 2020. Europe is Russia’s largest energy importer as it bought more than 160 billion cubic meters of natural gas in 2013, but tensions and sanctions over Putin’s meddling in Ukraine have Russia looking elsewhere. More


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