6 Jun 2023

Devastating floods hit Ecuador, extensive damage reported in Esmeraldas
Over 11 750 individuals were impacted by intense flooding between June 3 and June 4, 2023, in the Esmeraldas Province of Ecuador due to the overflowing of six rivers following continuous rainfall. The cantons of Esmeraldas, Atacames, Quinindé, and Muisne bore the brunt of the floods, resulting in extensive damage to properties and necessitating broad-scale evacuations.

Widespread floods and landslides hit Haiti, leaving 15 people dead and 8 missing 
Haiti is grappling with the aftermath of heavy rains that have caused flooding and landslides across the country, resulting in at least 15 deaths, with eight people still missing and thousands of families affected. Over the weekend of June 3 – 4, 2023, the entire Hispaniola island nation was drenched in rain, causing several rivers to flood and forcing local authorities to enact emergency measures.

Tropical Storm “Mawar” triggers landslides and flooding in Japan, leaving 2 dead and 5 missing 
More than 2 million people were ordered to evacuate their homes as Tropical Storm “Mawar”, accompanied by a severe weather front, brought heavy rains and caused widespread damage in Japan on June 2, 2023, triggering floods and landslides.

Jesus Movement Celebrates ‘Biggest Water Baptism’ in U.S. History
More than 4,000 people were baptized in a single ceremony in southern California last Sunday to mark the 50th anniversary of the Jesus Movement.

VIDEO: Men with Machine Guns Open Fire in Gun-Controlled Chicago
Video from Wednesday night shows men, at least two of whom were armed with machine guns, opening fire on innocents in gun-controlled Chicago.

Preserving Liberty: The Battle Against Justin Trudeau’s Fiat Gun Ban 
Bill C-21’s legislative changes perpetuate racial disparity by eliminating mandatory minimum sentences for “black and indigenous” Canadians while enhancing them for white individuals, further infringing on rights.

Apple Releases First Major Product Since 2014 The $3,499 ‘Vision Pro’ Mixed-Reality Headset That Will Immerse Users In An Alternate Universe
Apple announced its mixed-reality headset, the Vision Pro, on Monday during its WWDC developer conference. The $3,499 headset is its first major new product since the Apple Watch in 2014.

L.A. County wants to curb fentanyl use. Its approach worries some
By a line of ragged RVs slung along 78th Street in South Los Angeles, a seven-member team passes out glass pipes used for smoking opioids, crack and methamphetamine. Part of the front line of Los Angeles County’s offensive against the deadly fentanyl epidemic,

Finnish Law Enforcement: Arms Sent to Ukraine Ending Up in Hands of Criminals 
Finland’s national law enforcement agency, the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), has warned that weapons being shipped to Ukraine are ending up in the hands of criminal gangs.

To Address Loneliness, The Feds Want To Control Your Friends
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy recently released an advisory titled “Our Epidemic of Loneliness and Isolation.” It warns that social isolation is a major public health problem. The 81-page document presents six government-directed “pillars” of action to address the health hazards of social isolation.

Are WHO Climate Lockdowns Coming?
The proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations (“IHRs”) and the Pandemic Treaty both incorporate the “One Health” approach. This scheme will give the World Health Organization the “power” to initiate “climate lockdowns.”

State Farm Halts Home Insurance Sales In California
Faltering California took another economic hit on Friday, as America’s largest personal lines insurer said it would immediately stop selling new home insurance policies in the state. California is the largest property and casualty insurance market in the country.

‘Unacceptable’: Capitol police stop children’s choir from singing National Anthem, sparking outrage 
Lawmakers are criticizing Capitol police for interrupting children singing in the U.S. Capitol building, preventing them from finishing a performance of the National Anthem.

Green tyranny takes aim at our farms: South Dakota farmers face land seizures by terraforming company planning to install massive “carbon capture” infrastructure across landscape 
A takeover is happening across the American Midwest as so-called “green” energy companies abuse eminent domain laws to rob and seize people’s private property in order to turn it into pipelines for the capture and removal of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

Carbon Footprint Of Lab-Grown Beef “Orders Of Magnitude” Worse Than Traditionally Raised: Study
A new study from the University of California, Davis, has found that lab-grown, or “cultivated” meat’s environmental impact is likely to be “orders of magnitude” higher than retail beef based on current and near-term production methods.

Walt Disney Launches Pride Collection Clothing Line Aimed At Grooming Babies For LGBTQIA Movement 
Walt Disney has refashioned themselves as the main company leading the way for the grooming and recruiting of children into the Pride Movement

Money For Nothing: Universal Basic Income to Be Trialed in England
A trial of universal basic income (UBI) will be trialled for the first time in England where 30 people will be given a monthly stipend with no strings attached.

PHILADELPHIA mosque caught performing child bride marriages
A Philadelphia mosque has been allowing marriages between child brides and adult men. According to Clarion Intelligence Network, sources are aware of an investigation into the underage marriages that have taken place for years.

University of Notre Dame tweets support for ‘Pride Month’: ‘We celebrate all LGBTQ identities’ 
Catholic University of Notre Dame says it is officially supporting “Pride Month.”

Firefighters Battle Wildfires in Northern Michigan 
On Sunday, firefighters in Northern Michigan continue the battle to contain wildfires near Grayling, Michigan.  Officials said in a news release that the fire is currently estimated to be 2,400 acres large, though the actual number could be higher.

WHO partners with Rockefellers to implement Wellcome Trusts’ plan for a “Global Pandemic Radar”
With the goal of reaching every corner of the earth to detect infectious diseases as they appear, the World Health Organisation (“WHO”) is partnering with key countries on all continents and private entities such as The Rockefeller Foundation to form a new global organisation to monitor, identify and track diseases.

Net Zero Zealots impose levy to increase the cost of household goods
Green levies to be imposed in the UK from April next year will increase food prices within months, pushing up shopping bills. Families are already facing spiralling food and drink prices as grocery bills will on average be £1,000 above 2020 levels by July 2023, according to calculations by the Resolution Foundation.

NHS trusts shared patients’ private health records with Facebook 
An investigation at the end of May by The Observer, a sister paper to The Guardian, found a covert tracking tool was being used by the websites of 20 NHS trusts to collect browsing information and share it with the tech giant in a major breach of privacy.

Planned Parenthood celebrates ‘Pride Month’ with video of ‘transgender’ woman bragging about her abortion
A gender-confused woman who goes by the name “Lucky” thanked Planned Parenthood for both her abortion and giving her “gender-affirming care.”

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