Evidence has accumulated against the two suspects in the murder of the half-brother of North Korea's leader in the first two weeks of their trial.
Source: Evidence presented in Kim Jong Nam death case doesn't ruffle defence
Released on Monday, the US Army’s Training and Doctrine Command, or TRADOC, drafted a new strategy for how US ground forces will operate, fight, and campaign successfully across multiple domains—space, cyberspace, air, land, maritime—against all enemies in the 2025-2040 timeframe. The new strategy calls for “super-empowered individuals and small groups”, who are mobile and can […]
Source: US Army Is Preparing For Decades Of Hybrid Wars
Military sources in Iraq reported Wednesday that the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) operational Al Qods arm had planted a command center and five bases in the Iraqi oil town of Kirkuk, after driving the Kurds out. An officer called Haji Ihsan was given this command. DEBKAfile: This is the first military facility Iran has ever […]
Source: Iran’s Rev Guards place command post and 5 bases in Kirkuk
Yesterday (Oct. 18), news broke that billionaire philanthropist George Soros had transferred a whopping $18 billion to his Open Society Foundation (OSF) – a liberal-leaning organization responsible for injecting millions into U.S. elections for nearly a quarter century. While the donation had actually been spread out over the past few years, reported The Wall Street Journal today, it was yesterday […]
Source: Why George Soros Just Donated $18 Billion to His Liberal Open Society Foundation
N Korea Vows to Hit US With 'Unimaginable' Strike if US-S Korean Drills Continue - Sputnik InternatiPyongyang could stage an unprecedented strike on the US at an unexpected time, the North Korean state run news agency KCNA warned on Thursday. The threat came as the South Korean and US navies conduct massive joint drills amid increasing tensions over the north's nuclear and missile ambitions.
As the US aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan appeared in the waters off the Korean Peninsula, North Korea's emergency committee for opposing nuclear war drills condemned the joint move between the US and South Korea to mobilize strategic nuclear assets near the peninsula, Yonhap News Agency reported.
"The US is running amok by introducing under our nose the targets we have set as primary ones. The US should expect that it would face unimaginable strike at an unimaginable time," the Korean Central News Agency warned.
More than 3,000 never-before-seen documents from the FBI, CIA, and Justice Department on the assassination of John F. Kennedy are scheduled be released, with many experts fearing that such a large release of secret JFK assassination documents will spur “a new generation of conspiracy theories.” According to Roger Stone, the CIA is urging President Donald Trump to delay disclosing […]
Source: CIA Urges Trump To Delay Release Of 3,000 Never-Before-Seen Documents On JFK Assassination
An atmospheric river is poised to funnel gigantic amounts of rain and snow to the Northwest over the next few days.
As much as 15 inches of rain is forecast in the mountains along with several inches in coastal areas, including Portland and Seattle. It could be Seattle's wettest weather since February, the National Weather Service said.
There is also a risk of flash flooding in western Washington and northwestern Oregon on Thursday as a result of the heavy rainfall, the weather service warned.
Snowfall will expand throughout the Washington and Oregon Cascades and parts of the northern Rockies on Thursday - with some light snowfall in higher elevations of northern California. By Friday, snow will continue across the Cascades and throughout the northern Rockies.
On the very tops of the Cascade mountains, a whopping 9 feet of snow could fall, the weather service said.
Some of the rain will make it down to fire-ravaged California in the next few days. However, while a few periods of rain are in store for northern California late Thursday through Friday, a widespread, fire-quenching rainfall is not expected, AccuWeather said.
Another one of these rivers in the sky could funnel rain into Oregon by the weekend.
Source: 5,000-mile long 'atmospheric river' to deliver heavy rain, feet of snow to Northwest US
Demented Slovenian 'artist' who breast-fed dog and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell wins awardDemented Slovenian 'artist' who breast-fed dog and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell wins award
A Slovenian "artist" breastfed her dogs and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell as part of an award-winning three-month art project.
Maja Smrekar lived in seclusion with her dogs as part of the lengthy artistic experiment, which was titled "K-9_topology."
During that time, she triggered her body to produce breast milk by systematic breast pumping. She then breastfed her puppy Ada to explore "the social and ideological instrumentalization of the female body and breastfeeding."
Comment: The only thing this poor woman is 'exploring' is her own disordered psychological makeup. In a sane society, she would be deemed in need of psychological help. In our 'modern' society, she wins awards and is emulated.
Smrekar also took a fat cell from another dog, Byron, and used it to fertilize one of her eggs using a method similar to IVF. The fat cell was a non-sexual cell, so no dog's sperm was used in the project.
Source: Demented Slovenian 'artist' who breast-fed dog and fertilized one of her eggs with a dog cell wins award
The media sounds alarm bells that there is a 30,000 square mile ice hole that opened in the Antarctic sea ice, as if its because of global warming, but they forget to add that this occurred in the 1970's as well. Arctic sea ice continues to grow at record pace and Greenland with massive gains to the top of the charts in the S.E. All of these changes were forecast to occur during the Grand Solar Minimum.
Source: 30,000 sq mile Antarctic ice hole & Arctic ice gain anomalies
Madrid is set to impose direct rule unless Catalonia's leader abandons an independence bid.
Source: Catalonia: Spain ultimatum looms over independence push
Getting an answer from delegates proved quite a challenge for our correspondent.
Source: What does China's Congress think of Kim Jong-un?
The controversial "Domestikator" sculpture, which many say appears to depict a human being performing a sex act on a four-legged animal, has found a new home after being deemed too "provocative" and "risque" by the Louvre.
The large walk-through sculpture was created by Dutch artist Joep Van Lieshout. It houses several smaller sculptures and a bed and was set to be installed in the Tuileries Gardens, near the Louvre, but the famous French gallery decided that it risked "being misunderstood by the visitors to the gardens."
Comment: What's to misunderstand? This is a crude and ugly manifestation of the inner workings of deranged dutch person.
Domestikator will instead be housed very close to the Louvre at the Pompidou Centre Museum.
Source: Sick Modern 'Art' Depicting Bestiality Installed Near Paris Louvre