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Oct. 5, 2017- Trump planning to declare Iran in breach of nuke deal


 1coverThe Last Chronicles of Planet Earth September 26, 2017 Edition written by Frank DiMora

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Headline: Sanhedrin Declares Third Year of Jubilee With Temple Shofars and Silver Trumpets

Accompanied by an anointed priest and blowing two types of shofars (rams’ horns) along with silver trumpets in the Biblically prescribed manner, representatives of the nascent Sanhedrin gathered on the Mount of Olives on Thursday to count the third year of the Jubilee cycle in the most Biblically-accurate way possible. Sanhedrin members gathered at the spot closest to where the Kohanim (Jewish men of the priestly caste) used to perform the Biblically-mandated mitzvah (Torah commandment) of blowing shofar for the New Year. Also present was Shai Golan, a Kohen who had been properly annointed, dressed in priestly garments. Though the Sanhedrin was only reenacting the mitzvah of announcing the New Year, at the same time they were actually fulfilling the commandment of announcing the new year in the Jubilee cycle. Two years ago, the Sanhedrin ruled that conditions for the prophesied Third Inheritance of the land of Israel had been fulfilled. At that time, the Sanhedrin began counting the 50 years of the Jubilee cycle. This mitzvah is performed after the New Year by saying a blessing, but unlike most Torah commandments observed today which are incumbent on an individual, the Jubilee is a national, collective mitzvah.
Oct. 4, 2017



Headline: Syrian rebels resist Jordan pressure to hand over border crossing

Syrian opposition groups are resisting Jordanian pressure to hand control of a border crossing back to the Syrian government, a step that would be a major boost for President Bashar al-Assad and undermine rebel groups in southwestern Syria. Talks over reopening the Nasib crossing have gathered pace since a Russian-U.S. brokered ceasefire in July brought relative calm to southern Syria, the first peacekeeping effort in the war by U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration. Jordan, which hopes to revive a once flourishing trade route and encourage Syrian refugees to return, has plenty of leverage over the rebels: many of the opposition groups in southern Syria depend on logistical support from the staunch U.S. ally. But rebel groups which seized control of the crossing in 2015 have so far resisted proposals for a return of Syrian government authority to Nasib, even in the form of civilian officials with no Syrian army presence.
Oct. 5, 2017

Saudi Arabia

Headline: Saudi King asks Putin to help contain Iranian threat, accepts Russian gains in Syria

President Donald Trump’s best Middle East friend and ally, Saudi King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, arrived in Moscow Thursday Oct. 5 for a three-day state visit, a week before the President unveils his new Iran policy. This policy, to be announced on Oct. 12 will, according to DEBKAfile’s sources,  introduce new sanctions against Iran’s hard-line Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), while refraining from taking the United States out of the nuclear pact (JCPOA). The 82-year old Saudi king, and his powerful son, Crown Prince Muhammed Bin Salman, are now persuaded that even in the capacity of President Trump’s senior ally in the Sunni Arab camp he created during his Riyadh visit last April, Riyadh is not precluded from developing relations with the most powerful player in the region, Vladimir Putin. As far as Riyadh is concerned, Iran’s nuclear program is not much of a problem – the Saudis have long accepted its inevitability. They are far more concerned by the failure of Trump’s Iran policies, new or old, to stop Syria and Iraq from running downhill into the wrong hands. They see Iran, far from pulling out of the two war-torn countries, deepening its military grip. The Saudis feel they are left out in the cold by proactive Russian-Iranian-Hizballah military cooperation in Syria and control of the Syrian-Iraqi border. This military pact has been strengthened by Turkey, to form a relationship that was celebrated Wednesday by President Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Tehran, accompanied by Turkish Chief of Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar. For even minimal influence over Syria’s fortunes, the Saudis realize they must open doors to the Kremlin. They also understand that Putin alone has the clout to make Tehran limit its backing for the Yemeni Houthi insurgency, which a Saudi-led coalition is fighting.
Oct. 5, 2017


Headline: Syria war: Fighting worst since battle for Aleppo – ICRC

Several regions of Syria are witnessing the worse fighting since the battle for Aleppo least year, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says. The humanitarian organisation expressed alarm at recent reports of hundreds of civilian casualties and the destruction of hospitals and schools. Much of the fighting is in Raqqa, Deir al-Zour and rural areas west of Aleppo. But it is also occurring in three so-called “de-escalation zones” – Idlib, rural Hama, and the Eastern Ghouta. As many as 10 hospitals have reportedly been damaged during the last 10 days, cutting hundreds of thousands of people off from access to basic healthcare. The ICRC said the fighting around the eastern city of Deir al-Zour – where Syrian pro-government forces, helped by the Russian military and Iranian-backed militias, and the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) alliance are battling the jihadist group Islamic State (IS) – is endangering water supplies there. With swelling numbers of civilians fleeing military operations, humanitarian organisations were struggling to provide water, food and basic hygiene, it added. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has said at least 3,000 people, including 955 civilians, were killed during September, making it the deadliest month of the conflict so far this year. More than 70% of the civilians were killed in air strikes, according to the UK-based monitoring group.
Oct. 5, 2017



Headline: Erdogan says Turkey will close Iraq border and air space soon

President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that Turkey would soon close its border with northern Iraq and shut its air space in response to last week’s Kurdish independence referendum. Erdogan, who held talks in Tehran on Wednesday with Iranian leaders, also said Turkey would decide jointly with Iran and Iraq’s central government in Baghdad whether to cut oil exports from Kurdish northern Iraq. His comments came 10 days after Kurds in northern Iraq voted overwhelmingly for independence, alarming Baghdad, Iraq’s neighbors and Western powers who fear the vote could trigger further conflict in the Middle East. Turkey tightened controls at its main border crossing into Iraq in the immediate aftermath of the vote and suspended flights to northern Iraq. It has also held joint military exercises with Iraqi troops on the border. But it has not yet implemented threats to impose wider sanctions on the Kurdish region or to cut off the hundreds of thousands of barrels of Kurdish oil exported daily via Turkey to world markets.
Oct. 5, 2017


Headline: Report: Trump planning to declare Iran in breach of nuke deal

President Donald Trump will declare the Iranian regime in violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, the 2015 deal aimed at reining in Iran’s nuclear program, multiple sources in Washington say, potentially putting the Trump administration on a collision course with Tehran. On Wednesday, The Washington Free Beacon reported that President Trump is expected to declare Iran in breach of the deal on October 15th, despite pressure by some top administration officials – including Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson – to certify Iran as being in compliance with the terms of the agreement. The Beacon cited unnamed Trump administration officials who said the president had long suspected Iran of being in violation of the deal, and was pushed by recent revelations to deny recertification. “The president already knew that continued sanctions relief to Iran was inappropriate and not in our interest given their behavior, which was more than enough to decertify,” one source told The Washington Free Beacon. “He said so repeatedly. Now there’s this new issue where the IAEA just admitted publicly they’ve been unable to verify entire sections of the deal, which makes the whole thing a no-brainer.”
Oct. 5, 2017


Headline: 4 dead in suicide bombing in Libya’s Misrata — security

At least four people were killed on Wednesday in a Daesh terror group suicide bombing at the main court building in Libya’s third-largest city Misrata, security officials and medics said. Officials said a suicide bomber was able to detonate an explosive vest inside the building in the centre of Misrata, a coastal city about 200 kilometres east of Tripoli. Thirty-nine wounded were admitted to Misrata’s main hospital, medics said. “Three men belonging to Daesh organisation carried out a suicide attack against the court complex in Misrata… killing four people,” General Mohammed Ghassri, a spokesman for armed forces in Misrata that are loyal to the country’s internationally-backed Government of National Accord (GNA), told AFP earlier. He said the three got out of a vehicle and one was able to push his way into the building and detonate explosives. Of the other two, one was shot dead and the other arrested, Ghassri said. The Facebook page of the pro-GNA forces said a 20-minute exchange of fire followed the explosion. The attack coincided with the arrival of Daesh detainees for a court hearing, Libyan news agency LANA reported. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack in a message issued by its propaganda unit Amaq.
Oct. 4, 2017


Headline: Venezuela raises possibility of Russian military help to counter US

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro on Wednesday raised the possibility of getting military support from Russia to boost its defensive capabilities after President Donald Trump threatened to use force against the South American nation. Speaking at an energy forum in Moscow, Maduro said his administration will discuss increased military cooperation with the Russian government during his visit this week. “I am sure, even if we do not ask, we will be given even more support to boost Venezuela’s defense capacity and sovereignty,” Maduro said. Tensions are running high between Washington and Caracas. After Maduro defied warnings from the White House and rolled back democratic institutions, the Trump administration imposed sanctions as a punishment. Then, in August, Trump stunned U.S. and Venezuelan officials alike by raising the possibility of military force.
Oct. 4, 2017

Headline: Islamic State kill one, injure two in Somalia’s Puntland

Islamic State fighters killed one civilian and injured another and a police colonel in Somalia’s semi-autonomous Puntland region, police said on Wednesday. The attack came on Tuesday. Police captain Abdifatah Ali told Reuters the colonel was walking to the police station in Bosasso when the gunmen opened fire and that suspected Islamic fighters in Somalia’s port town of Qandala claimed responsibility. “There is a thorough inspection in the town and we shall eliminate them,” Ali said. IS claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement on its website. On Monday, a policeman shot dead the chief of security at an airport in Puntland. Somalia has been mired in conflict since 1991, but Puntland has been spared most of the violence. It has a dispute with the neighbouring semi-autonomous region of Galmudug that has in the past resulted in fighting.
Oct. 4, 2017

Headline: US soldiers killed in ambush in Niger

Three US soldiers have been killed and two others wounded in an ambush in Niger near the border with Mali, the US Africa Command has said. Another soldier from a “partner nation” had also died in the attack, it said – without specifying their nationality. The US soldiers had been providing advice and assistance in Niger’s counter-terror operations and come under “hostile fire”, it said.The attack happened 200km (124 miles) north of Niamey, the capital of Niger, the US Africa Command statement said. The two injured US soldiers had been evacuated to the Landstuhul Regional Medical Centre in Germany and were in a stable condition, it added. According to the New York Times, those killed were special forces soldiers and were the first Americans to die as a result of hostile fire since the US Africa Command deployed in Niger. Earlier, an official from Niger’s Tillaberi region told Reuters that five Nigerien soldiers were among the dead. It is not clear who fired on the soldiers. Militants belonging to al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) – an affiliate of al-Qaeda – are active in the region and are known to have conducted cross-border raids.
Oct. 5, 2017

Headline: Suicide bomber strikes Shiite shrine in Pakistan, killing 16

A suicide bomber struck a Shiite shrine packed with worshippers in a remote village in southwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing 16 people and wounding 30 in an apparent sectarian attack, a provincial government spokesman and the police said. The attacker detonated his explosives vest when he was stopped for a routine search by a police officer guarding the shrine in the village of Jhal Magsi, about 400 kilometers (240 miles) east of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. Anwarul Haq Kakar, a spokesman for the provincial government, said the death toll could rise as some of the wounded were in critical condition.
Oct. 5, 2017

Headline: Spanish court bans Catalan parliament from meeting, declaring independence

The Spanish Constitutional Court banned the Catalan parliament from meeting next week to stop the region from declaring independence. The ban comes after Catalan President Carles Puigdemont said he would declare independence from the rest of Spain “in a matter of days” following the final referendum vote count. In the referendum this weekend, the Catalan government said, around 2 million of the 2.3 million votes cast backed secession. More than 5 million Catalonians were eligible to vote, but the Spanish government ordered police to raid polling places and seize voting supplies. The injunction was made after the court unanimously voted to hear an objection to the Parliamentary meeting filed earlier today by the Catalan Socialist party.The ban casts doubt on whether Catalonia will be able to successfully secede from Spain.
Oct. 5, 2017


Headline: Federal Debt Increases for 60th Straight Fiscal Year

The total federal debt climbed by $671,455,302,116.72 in fiscal 2017, making 2017 the 60th straight fiscal year in which the federal debt has increased, according to the official numbers published by the U.S. Treasury. At the end of fiscal 2016, the federal debt stood at $19,573,444,713,936.79. By the end of fiscal 2017 (which closed on Sept. 30), it was $20,244,900,016,053,51. The last fiscal year in which the federal debt declined was fiscal 1957. In that year, according to the Treasury, the total federal debt dropped from $272,750,813,649.32 at the close of fiscal 1956 to $270,527,171,896.43 at the close of fiscal 1957. But, in fiscal 1958, the debt climbed to $276,343,217,745.81—and in every fiscal since then, it has finished each fiscal year higher than it started that fiscal year.
Oct. 4, 2017


Sept 30, 2017–Thousands of dead fish washing ashore in a creek in Maryland

Oct. 2, 2017–Large die off of crayfish found in the River Barrow in Ireland

Oct. 4, 2017–Two million birds dead from avian flu in Cape Town, South Africa

Oct. 4, 2017–Thousands of dead fish and marine animals washing up along the coast of Maharashtra, India

Oct. 5, 2017– Thousands of Sharks, Other Sea Life Mysteriously Die in San Francisco Bay








Headline: Engineer Wants to Use AI To Create God

In a recent development that could be seen as the creation of an AI God, engineer Anthony Levandowski has managed to create a nonprofit religious organization with its god. Engineer Wants to Use AI To Create God Tweet This This organization, Way of the Future, sets its mission as ‘To develop and Promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead, contribute to the betterment of society.’ Levandowski has been cited as the group’s “overlord”. This organization comes at a time when the engineer is facing possible criminal charges. Anthony has been caught in the midst of a legal battle between Uber and Google Waymo who argue that he sold trade secrets to Uber regarding the self-driven car technology. This came after the independent company Otto was bought by Uber in 2016. Levandowski was a co-founder of the company. His skill and interest in self-driven cars point to his firm belief in the Singularity, a supposed time when human intelligence will be overtaken by that of machines.
Oct. 3, 2017


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