Friday, October 13, 2017

Hungarian Parliament Blast 'Satanic' Influence Of Soros, Trump Invites "Crushing' Response After Designating Iran's Revolutionary Guard As Terrorist Organization

Hungarian Parliamentarian Blasts ‘Satanic’ Influence of George Soros

Hungarian government minister András Aradszki is savaging billionaire financier George Soros' alleged designs for Europe.
Speaking before Parliament Monday, Aradszki branded the "Soros Plan" (as his government terms it) "satanic" and declared every Christian has a moral obligation to fight against it.

Aradszki's address, "The Christian duty to fight against the Satan/Soros Plan," was as much theological as it was political, referencing the Three Secrets of Fatima and noting that Satan's final assault against the Church will manifest as an attack on marriage and the family:

We see this with abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage and the forced politicization of gender theory. The Soros mercenaries do not cite the Holy Father's thoughts on this. We see the great European attacks against families, in which Soros and his comrades want to destroy the independence and values of nation states for the purpose of watering down the Christian spirit of Europe with the forced settlement of tens of millions of migrants. But the fight against Satan is a Christian duty. Yes, I speak of an attack by Satan, who is also the angel of denial, because they are denying what they are preparing to do — even when it is completely obvious. They frantically try to prove that there is no quota, there is no compulsory settlement and the Soros Plan does not exist. 

The parliamentarian urged his countrymen to speak out against "Satan's Soros Plan" and to "make our opinions known about what we think of our homeland's thousand-year-old history, our national sovereignty, our freedom and our beloved Europe."

According to the "Soros Plan," he said, migrants are to be brought into the European Union from the Muslim world by the hundreds of thousands annually and "distributed among the countries of Europe as part of a mandatory and permanent mechanism."

Through Soros' Open Society Foundations, the activist financier lavishes billions of dollars on Leftist, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) around the world, promoting abortion, contraception, sterilization and LGBT ideology. Soros has funded anti-government protests in Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Macedonia and Romania, attempting to manipulate national policy to suit his desired ends.

While Trump's just announced decision to decertify the Iranian nuclear deal, giving Congress 60 days to decide whether to unwind Obama's landmark deal, was widely leaked previously even though few can point to what terms of the agreement Iran has violated, one aspect of Trump's Iran statement was unclear: whether he would designate Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp, or IRGC, the elite wing of Iran's army, a terrorist organization -  a move which Iran vowed would prompt "decisive , crushing" retaliation. 
Trump did just that, and the new, sweeping sanctions on the IRGC could affect conflicts in Iraq and Syria, where Tehran and Washington both support warring parties that oppose the Islamic State militant group.
This is what the Treasury's OFAC unit posted on its sanctions website moments ago:

Treasury Designates the IRGC under Terrorism Authority and Targets IRGC and Military Supporters under Counter-Proliferation Authority 

WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) pursuant to the global terrorism Executive Order (E.O.) 13224 and consistent with the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act.  OFAC designated the IRGC today for its activities in support of the IRGC-Qods Force (IRGC-QF), which was designated pursuant to E.O. 13224 on October 25, 2007, for providing support to a number of terrorist groups, including Hizballah and Hamas, as well as to the Taliban.  The IRGC has provided material support to the IRGC-QF, including by providing training, personnel, and military equipment. 

“The IRGC has played a central role to Iran becoming the world’s foremost state sponsor of terror.  Iran’s pursuit of power comes at the cost of regional stability, and Treasury will continue using its authorities to disrupt the IRGC’s destructive activities,” said Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin.  “We are designating the IRGC for providing support to the IRGC-QF, the key Iranian entity enabling Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s relentless campaign of brutal violence against his own people, as well as the lethal activities of Hizballah, Hamas, and other terrorist groups. We urge the private sector to recognize that the IRGC permeates much of the Iranian economy, and those who transact with IRGC-controlled companies do so at great risk.”

Now it becomes a question of what Iran (and Russia) does: as a reminder, on Monday, Iran vowed to give a "firm and crushing" response if Washington adds the IRGC to the list of terrorist organizations, which the US just did.  
"We are hopeful that the United States does not make this strategic mistake,” Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi stated during a news conference according to Reuters. “If they do, Iran’s reaction would be firm, decisive and crushing and the United States should bear all its consequences."

The American empire is decaying and facing inevitable demise. The latest evidence of this trend can be found in recent developments in the Middle East.
For approximately six years, the U.S. has spearheaded a coalition of nations that insist on the departure (and likely death) of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. Saudi Arabia was without a doubt one of the most stalwart anti-Assad nations, even allegedly financing ISIS in its attempt to oust the Syrian leader.

Russia’s intervention in Syria in 2015 has seen both Syria and Iran (another Saudi rival) emerge as major victors in the Syrian conflict. Military and political analysts acknowledge that Russia’s heavy intervention prevented the Syrian government from collapsing. In other words, Russia has expended a great deal of money, time, personnel, and equipment propping up Saudi Arabia’s sworn enemies.

And yet, instead of labeling Russia a prime enemy hell-bent on taking over the world and killing everyone in the process (as Western media portrays Russia), Saudi Arabia has outstretched its arms to the former Soviet empire and is well on its way to strengthening the relationship between to the two countries to an unprecedented extent.

For some reason, Walmart seems to go out of its way to find and embrace mobile ideas that are most likely to cause problems far worse than the one they are supposed to address.
This summer, the world's largest retailer gave us store employees delivering items to customers as the employees drove home. Yes, indeed, that's exactly what we need to help Walmart: more inexperienced and resentful delivery people.
But Walmart has now decided to leverage mobile and deliver an idea that is far more dangerous than grumpy cashiers: Walmart has struck a deal with a digital doorlock company to — I am not making this up — unlock your home frontdoor so they can get into your kitchen, when you're not at home, and put away groceries for you. I swear that Walmart actually announced this. I doublechecked that it wasn't an Onion video. (Although Onion has done some wonderful Walmart segments.)

Recently, Walmart shocked privacy conscious Americans by announcing they wanted customers to let Walmart employees inside their homes.

Walmart thinks, Americans will be happy to let strange Uber and Lyft drivers inside their homes.

"First, users will place an order on Walmart's website for their groceries, which will dispatch a driver from Deliv, a Walmart-owned company that uses drivers on services like Uber and Lyft for last mile deliveries, to bring it to your smarthome."

Homeowners will receive a notification that someone is in their home...

"You'll receive a phone notification that it's happening,and if you want, can watch the delivery in real time with your smarthome's security camera system via the August app, you'll be "in control of the experience the entire time" VP of eCommerce Strategy and Business Operations Sloan Eddleston said. 

Will you be allowed to watch them while you're working, driving, what if your phone dies? The reasons why this is a bad idea are too long to list here.

Three days ago, Amazon shocked privacy conscious Americans by announcing that they also want to deliver packages inside peoples homes and cars.

House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), Ranking Member John Conyers (D-MI), Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI), and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) unveiled a new bill called the “USA Freedom Act,” which aims to reauthorize and modify the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). Without the renewal, FISA would expire at the end of this year.

Codifying Mass Surveillance Of Americans

Those who have followed the passing and then usage of mass surveillance-enabling bills such as the Patriot Act and its successor, the USA Freedom Act, may already be suspicious about a bill named the “USA Liberty Act.”
Indeed, although the bill does aim to curtail some illegal NSA activities and abuses that shouldn’t have happened in the first place, it also codifies into law the bulk collection of Americans' data. It also codifies the NSA’s ability to share data with other domestic agencies.

Demand Progress, a civil liberties group, claimed that although on the surface the bill seems to add some important reforms, most of them are surface-deep.
One of the primary issues civil liberties activists, as well as Senator Ron Wyden, have had with FISA section 702 surveillance in the past is that it allowed for “backdoor searches” on Americans. In theory, the NSA should be spying only on foreign communications. However, as always, the devil is in the details.

Firefighters face another devastating round of the low humidity, dry foliage and strong weekend wind gusts up to 60 mph Friday as they battle more than 20 blazes in the deadliest week of wildfires in state history. 
The death toll from Northern California's relentless wildfires increased to 31 with a report from Sonoma County Sheriff Robert Giordano Thursday night of two more fatalities.
“We had series of statewide fires in 2003, 2007, 2008 that didn’t have anything close to this death count,” said Daniel Berlant, a deputy director with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
Over 8,000 firefighters are battling the 21 wildfires that have burned 191,437 acres. At least 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed and an estimated 25,000 people forced to flee.
The biggest blaze, known as the Tubbs Fire, has destroyed 34,770 acres and is only 10%  contained in Sonoma County and part of Napa County, the state's wine country. It is one of five fires burning in the two counties.
Overnight, according to CalFire, a new large wildfire broke out in Fresno County southeast of the Bay Area and fire officials warned that conditions were ripe for new outbreaks.

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