The Great Transgender 'Awokening'
And what about this shocking story, also from the Daily Mail, dated November 19, 2018? It reports, "An astonishing 17 pupils at a single British school are in the process of changing gender, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. "Most of the youngsters undergoing the transformation are autistic, according to a teacher there, who said vulnerable children with mental health problems were being 'tricked' into believing they are the wrong sex."
From "Prophecy News Watch/Ask Dr Brown.org"
A Mag 6.1 Japan, Is the 38th Straight Major Quake to Rock the Pacific Ring of Fire With the Sequence Going Way Back to the Beginning of May: Mag 4.9 Hits Socal
A magnitude 6.1 - 169km NW of Naze, Japan and an earthquake measured at a verified magnitude of 5.8 struck northern Mindanao in the Philippines archipelago early on Saturday local time, the U.S. Geological Survey said (USGS), ensuring the Pacific Ring Of Fire keeps on rockin' Last nights quake brings the total of major quakes (mag 6+) to 84, incredibly all but 7 of them striking the Pacific Ring Of Fire. The last 38 major quakes this year, going back to the 3rd of May have occurred along the Pacific Ring Of Fire.
From "The Big Wobble"
Swedes Are Getting Implants in Their Hands to Replace Cash, Credit Cards
More than 4,000 people have already had the sci-fi-ish chips, about the size of a grain of rice, inserted into their hands — with the pioneers predicting millions will soon join them as they hope to take it global.
From "The New York Post"
$3,355,970,000,000: Federal Spending Sets Record Through June; Deficit Hits $747,115,000,000
The federal government spent a record $3,355,970,000,000 in the first nine months of fiscal 2019 (October through June), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement released today.
From "CNS News"
Hundreds of Murders Threaten Cape Town's Tourist Mecca Image: 'We Are Living in a Warzone'
"Going to a shop is life-threatening, traveling in a taxi is life-threatening," Elsies River Community Policing Forum Chair Imraahn Mukaddam told Fox News. "We are living in a war zone. A lot of violence here is orchestrated by a third force - the street gangs, who want to make the Western Cape almost ungovernable."
From "Fox News"
Big Pharma Fail: No Evidence of Added Benefit in Most New Drugs, Study Finds
Alarmingly, only a quarter of those drugs showed any significant medical added benefit based on the available evidence. What's more, 16% showed even a minor added benefit, and a whopping 58% of studied drugs did not show any added benefit over standard patient care. When the drugs were separated by speciality, the results were just as unsettling: just 6% of psychiatric drugs showed added benefit, along with 17% of diabetes drugs..
From "Study Finds"
Abortion Support Is the Highest It's Been in Two Decades as Challenges Mount
Even within party ranks, allowing or banning abortion in all cases is a minority position. Among Democrats, 77 percent say abortion should be at least mostly legal, but just over 4 in 10 (42 percent) say it should be legal in all cases. Among Republicans, 52 percent say it should be at least mostly illegal, but fewer than a quarter, 22 percent, want it to be illegal in all cases.
From "The Stamford Advocate"
1 Federal Department Now Spending $100 Billion Per Month
In the first eight months of this fiscal year, which began in October, HHS spent $834,346,000,000, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement for May. That is up from $731,724,000,000 in the first eight months of last fiscal year. Through all of fiscal 2018, HHS spent approximately $1,120,500,000,000 — or $93,375,000,000 per month.
From "CNS News"
Next-Generation Satellites Could End Privacy With 24/7 Surveillance Worldwide
But satellite imagery is improving in a way that investors and businesses will inevitably want to exploit. The imaging company Planet Labs currently maintains 140 satellites, enough to pass over every place on Earth once a day. Maxar, formerly DigitalGlobe, which launched the first commercial Earth observation satellite in 1997, is building a constellation that will be able to revisit spots 15 times a day. BlackSky Global promises to revisit most major cities up to 70 times a day. That might not be enough to track an individual's every move, but it would show what times of day someone's car is typically in the driveway, for instance.
From "Prophecy News Watch/Activist Post"
What Did Jeffrey Epstein's Famous Friends Know and See?
The arrest of the billionaire financier on child sex trafficking charges is raising questions about how much his high-powered associates knew about the hedge fund manager's interactions with underage girls, and whether they turned a blind eye to potentially illegal conduct.
From "Associated Press"
Record 60 Million Hispanics in Us, 52% of Population Growth
The U.S. Hispanic population surged another 1.2 million last year and now is a record 59.9 million, according to newly released U.S. Census Bureau population estimates. The percentage of Hispanics as part of the overall U.S. population also jumped to 18%.
From "The Washington Examiner"
Humans Are on the Verge of Merging With Machines
If we are able to somehow merge these technologies with the human body—through chips in our brains or bodies—Harari says this would be the biggest revolution in all of human history. Throughout our existence as a species, we have always been able to manipulate our environment and create tools that make our lives better. But until now, we haven't been able to manipulate ourselves.
From "Fast Company"