Is the flu shot a nationwide IQ test or experiment being run by globalists to “thin the herd” and eliminate people who are stupid enough to line up for flu shots?  One YouTube channel has tackled this very issue, and their take on it is extremely unnerving.
The Health Ranger uploaded a video back in March of 2017 that goes into detail about those willing to get the flu shot.  With this year’s  flu shot boasting a whopping 10% effective rate, it sure seems like those gung-ho for it are incapable of even minute amounts of research.  And coupled with that low rate of efficacy, doctors and those in the media are still saying that you should go get the shot.  So what gives?

Messianic Trump-Cyrus Connection Revealed Through Hebrew Numerology, Bible Codes

Connections between the US president and Persian King Cyrus, recently strengthened by President Donald Trump’s landmark speech acknowledging Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel, have deep roots in Bible Codes and Biblical numerology which link both men to the coming of the Messiah.
President Trump is similar to Cyrus in a number of observable ways, rabbis and commentators have noted. Though separated by 2,500 years, both men rule the greatest nation of their respective eras. Cyrus, like Trump, was powerful and rich but not at all devout. And like Cyrus, Trump supports Jewish national aspirations. Now, a Messianic connection has come to light.


Google is ‘Summoning the Demon,’ Preparing the Way Towards ‘Artificial God’

Google is setting the path towards a future dictated by artificial intelligence and has gone so far as to produce engineers dedicated to creating an “artificial god.” In addition, engineers at Google, Facebook, and the whole of Silicon Valley have failed to realize the potential consequences of their actions.

The latest prediction to surface from the tech world is that within as little as five years, artificial intelligence will further wipe away countless jobs from the job market. The study, produced by Redwood Software and Sapio Research, and released on October 4th revealed that IT leaders believe automation could impact 60% of businesses by 2022 and threaten jobs in the process. Also, the second biggest firm in the world, PWC, released a report suggesting a similar timeline; one in which people may need to practice and learn new skills — or be left behind as automation takes over.

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Ancient pagan 'gods' reappearing around U.S., world

The United Arab Emirates, the Italian mission to the United Nations and the Institute for Digital Archeology have re-created a statue of the goddess Athena which once stood in Palmyra, according to Breaking Israel News.


Santa Barbara Evacuates As Uncontained 230,000 Acre Thomas Fire Becomes Fifth Largest In State History

Santa Barbara officials expanded evacuations Sunday as the Thomas Fire continues to rage through the Southern California county - burning over 230,000 acres to make it the fifth largest in the state since California began keeping records in 1932. Overall, approximately 8,500 firefighters are battling six wildfires across Southern California. 

The #ThomasFire fire grew by over 50,000 acres throughout the day, with containment dropping from 15% to 10% - resulting in mandatory evacuations for approximately 5,000 Santa Barbara County residents, while 30,000 more were told to prepare to leave, bringing the total number of evacuated or sheltered citizens to just under 95,000.

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Netanyahu to EU: Recognition of Jerusalem as Capital Makes Peace Possible

In remarks to leading members of the European Union, PM Netanyahu said that recognizing the reality that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel is the only way to make peace with the Palestinians.

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Rev. Graham: No President in My Lifetime Has Defended the Christian Faith Like Trump

In reference to remarks made by President Donald Trump at the lighting of the national Christmas tree, Rev. Franklin Graham said no president in his lifetime had taken such a "strong, outspoken stand for the Christian faith" than President Trump and that he needs our prayers.

In a Dec. 1 post on Facebook, the day the tree was lit, Rev. Graham said, "Never in my lifetime have we had a president willing to take a strong, outspoken stand for the Christian faith like President Donald J. Trump has."

"Whether you are Protestant, evangelical, Orthodox, Catholic -- all Christians need to get behind him with our prayers," said Graham

President Trump Confirms Blooming of Fig Tree

Then, he told them about the Parable of the Fig Tree.
They learned that the generation alive during the End Times would witness the budding of the Fig Tree, and that Fig Tree would bloom, putting forth it’s leaves.
Israel is the “fig tree”.
The Fig Tree began to bud on May 14, 1948.  The blooming of the Fig Tree was in full force in 1967 after The Six Day War when Jerusalem was finally added to Israel’s interior.  The generation that saw both of these things is still with us.  But, they are in their last days.

250 Rabbis Bless Trump With Biblical Joshua’s Strength in Letter of Support

Over two hundred prominent Israeli rabbis sent a letter of gratitude to President Donald Trump, blessing him in the manner that God blessed Joshua as he led the Jews into Israel and stating that Trump’s acknowledgement of Jerusalem as Israel’s eternal capital assures him a permanent place in the annals of Jewish history.

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Israel to build 14,000 new housing units in Jerusalem

Construction and Housing Minister Yoav Galant (Kulanu) is promoting a plan to build 14,000 housing units in Jerusalem, Hahadashot (formerlyChannel 2 News) reported on Thursday.

The move follows President Donald Trump's announcement on Wednesday that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

According to the report, the government would promote the construction of 5,000 housing units in Atarot, in addition to a new neighborhood in the area which is being promoted by the Jerusalem municipality.

US House votes to expand concealed carry gun rights

The Republican-controlled chamber passed the bill by 231-198, in their first major gun legislation since a 2012 Connecticut school massacre.
Republicans said the bill would allow gun owners to travel without having to worry about conflicting state laws.
The measure will need a handful of Democrats' support to pass the Senate.
To make the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act more palatable, Republicans have included measures to strengthen the national background check system.

Russia voices 'serious concern' at US Jerusalem move

Russia expressed "serious concern" Thursday over United States President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, saying the move threatened security in the region.

A foreign ministry statement said that it risked aggravating already complicated Israeli-Palestinian Authority ties. It continued, "In light of this we call on all involved parties to show restraint and forgo any action that would be fraught with dangerous and uncontrollable consequences."

‘After Trump’s Jerusalem Declaration, Next Step Is Third Temple’

President Donald Trump’s epic proclamation on Wednesday acknowledging Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish people was a major step towards establishing the Third Temple and bringing the Messianic era, said a number of Jewish activists working to rebuild the Holy Temple.
“What he did last night was an enormous step in bringing the Temple,” Asaf Fried, official spokesman for the United Temple Movement, an association of organizations working towards making the Third Temple a reality, told Breaking Israel News.


Explosive wildfires in Southern California force thousands to evacuate

A wind-whipped wildfire exploded early Tuesday in Southern California, forcing more than 27,000 people to evacuate and causing at least one death. Ventura County Fire officials said “The Thomas Fire” broke out Monday evening east of Santa Paula, located about 60 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The fire has grown to 31,000 acres has destroyed 150 structures, according to the Ventura County Fire Department. “The prospects for containment are not good,” Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen said at a news conference.

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The possibility that US President Donald Trump may recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has stirred opposition from US and foreign officials who fear it could unleash violence. Such a decision, which US officials have said has not been finalized, would violate decades of US policy not to take a stance on the fate of Jerusalem on the grounds that this was an issue Israelis and Palestinians should negotiate and decide.

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President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey could go as far as breaking off diplomatic ties with Israel if the United States formally recognizes Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, a move he said would be a “red line” for Muslims. Erdogan is the latest in a string of regional leaders, including Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and Jordan’s King Hussein to warn of negative implications of the move.

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Indonesia orders immediate evacuation as highest alert issued for Bali volcano

Indonesia closed the airport on the tourist island of Bali on Monday and ordered 100,000 residents living near a grumbling volcano spewing columns of ash to evacuate immediately, warning that the first major eruption in 54 years could be “imminent”.

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Is the Bible’s account of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah just a myth?
Not likely, says an archaeologist who believes, following 12 years of sifting sand near the Dead Sea in Jordan, that he has found the ruins of the largest twin cities in the area, one that fits all the criteria of the Bible account.
Steven Collins, a professor of biblical studies and apologetics at Trinity Southwest University, says a “monstrous” site in Tall el-Hammam in the southern Jordan Valley, which lies eight miles northeast of the Dead Sea, perfectly matches the biblical descriptions of the “city of sin,” destroyed in a day by fire and brimstone.


Wrecked Ships Filled With Dead Bodies Weirdly Wash Up On Japanese Shores Across From North Korea

Eight bodies were found in a wooden boat that washed ashore in Oga, Akita Prefecture, the Japanese Coast Guard revealed Monday. Two more bodies were found amid wreckage in Sado, Niigata Prefecture. In the latter vessel, authorities found North Korean tobacco and life jackets with Korean writing, but the coast guard has yet to find anything definitive linking the first craft to the rogue regime.

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Massive 3-mile wide Christmas asteroid to practically GRAZE Earth next month

The space rock – dubbed “3200 Phaethon” after the Greek God – will come “quite close” to Earth on December 17.

Russian astronomers have been tracking the asteroid's path, which has been described by NASA as a “potentially hazardous asteroid”.
It will pass by Earth at a distance of just 2 million miles – practically brushing the planet in space terms.
And at three miles wide, it is just half the size of the space rock that led to the mass extinction that wiped out dinosaurs.

A New Israeli Cancer Vaccine May Cure 90% of All Cancer Types in Just One Shot

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Iran in Europe MISSILE threat warning of WW3 rocket attack

The deputy head of Iran's Revolutionary Guards warned that it may increase the range of missiles to over 2,000 km – enough to strike Europe.

Brigadier General Hossein Salami said: "If we have kept the range of our missiles to 2000 kilometres, it's not due to lack of technology – we are following a strategic doctrine.
"So far we have felt that Europe is not a threat, so we did not increase the range of our missiles.
"But if Europe wants to turn into a threat, we will increase the range of our missiles."

Mount Agung: Bali volcano activity prompts ‘red warning’

Authorities have begun distributing masks in some areas as ash falls.
Bali is a major tourist destination, although the main resorts of Kuta and Seminyak are about 70km (43 miles) from the volcano.
The island's main airport is for now operating normally, but some airlines have cancelled flights. Volcanic ash can damage plane engines.

Ready to BLOW? Iceland on high alert for biggest volcano eruption in 290 YEARS

A massive ice cauldron measuring one km in diameter has formed at the epicentre of the Öræfajökull volcano.
Stunning satellite images taken during a flyover of the region show the new ice cauldron has developed within the volcano in the last week.
This suggests that activity at the volcano, located in Vatnajökull, Iceland's largest glacier, is increasing, according to the Icelandic Met Office (IMO).
A river in the glacier has been spewing sulfuric gases and seismic activity has been on the rise in the region in recent months, the forecast said.

Earthquake WARNING: US struck by 134 tremors in ONE WEEK on most DANGEROUS fault

A powerful, 4.6 magnitude quake 13 miles northeast of Gonzales, along the San Andreas Fault, was the largest to strike the region.
The San Andreas Fault – a 750-mile fissure that runs the length of California – is thought to belong overdue a “Big One” earthquake measuring magnitude 7 or greater.
Since last week, a whopping 134 earthquakes within three miles of that 4.6 tremor were recorded, USGS said.

WW3 RED ALERT: Russian destroyer warship escorted out of UK waters by Royal Navy

A RUSSIAN warship has been escorted out of UK waters by a British frigate, the Royal Navy revealed today.

The 8,000-ton Russian destroyer Vice 

Admiral Kulakov and her supporting 

tanker were returning from the eastern Mediterranean after supporting 

Russia’s campaign in Syria.

Late last week they passed through the English Channel on their way to their home port of Murmansk in Arctic Russia.
But on Saturday as they sailed off eastern Scotland a 5,000 tonne Royal Navy frigate was ordered to shadow and escort the Russian pair.

Rabbi sees Messiah behind mystery BOOMS

A rash of inexplicable ground-shaking BOOM sounds being heard around the world in recent days has prompted some Israeli rabbis to suggest they are the anticipated signs of the imminent coming of the Jewish Messiah.
The mysterious sounds and their shocks that have rattled both nerves and the ground were first chronicled by WND Sunday and have since received global attention. They have been accompanied by dramatic sightings of fireballs that have NASA scientists scratching their heads.


Iran Sends Warships to Gulf of Mexico

At a time when Iran is looking to expand and modernize its military in the face of what is seen as a growing U.S. threat, its newly appointed navy commander, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, held his first press conference Wednesday, announcing that a fleet of Iranian ships would soon depart for the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico en route to visits to a number of South American countries, Iran’s semiofficial Tasnim News Agency reported. The move is reportedly part of a push to project Iran’s military on a more global scale and establish international ties as President Donald Trump and his allies, including Israel and Saudi Arabia, seek to isolate the revolutionary Shiite Muslim power.

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China unveils 19,030mph HYPERSONIC scattergun nuke to strike ‘ANYWHERE in world’

The Dongfeng-41 will be capable of hypersonic speeds up to Mach 25 and has been in development for more than 30 years. Chinese scientists have tested the weapon eight times since 2012 – and carried out their most recent tests deep in the desert earlier this month. State media reports the missile is due to enter the arsenal of the People’s Liberation Army in early 2018.

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