At 7:23 AM eastern US time Sunday, a strong magnitude 5.8 earthquake took place in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of southeastern Japan. The quake was widely felt in Tokyo, with citizens reporting the shaking lasted 15 seconds and was "very odd" with not only vertical shaking, but horizontal and even "circular" motion.
A Muslim migrant in Germany beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter and stabbed his wife at a train station in Hamburg.
Merkel’s government has banned reporting of this gruesome act.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday that tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods will kick in at 12:01 a.m. EST on Friday morning. Another $16 billion are expected to go into effect in two weeks, he said. He told reporters he would also consider imposing additional tariffs on $500 billion in Chinese goods, should Beijing retaliate against the already-scheduled actions.
Campaign groups and trade unions have organised a schedule of protests to follow Donald Trump on his visit to the UK next week, including a six meter angry baby balloon that will fly over Westminster from Parliament Square. How long it will fly is not known as some British Trump supporters say they are planning on shooting it down!
Listeners to the Hal Turner Radio Show on July 4 got an earful when the host revealed the home addresses of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, and of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, on his Internationally broadcast talk-radio show.
Turner talked about the hard-fought battles to secure liberty for Americans in 1776, then used the Twitter and Facebook Chief Executives as examples of people using that freedom without accompanying it with any sense of Responsibility. "It is fundamentally wrong for Twitter to advertise itself as a free speech forum then shut-off Conservative or Republican users whose views they disagree with. " said Turner, who went on to reveal Jack Dorsey's home address in San Francisco.
He pointed out that Dorsey has legions of employees to shield him from public criticism at his corporate offices, "but he doesn't have those employees at his home." Now, people can peaceably assemble at Dorsey's home to petition for redress of grievances!
Similarly, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was called to task for his company's "aggressive censorship" of conservative and Republican viewpoints. Turner pointed out that Zuckerberg's neighbors in their ritzy Palo Alto neighborhood would soon dislike Zuckerberg if Facebook users began peaceably assembling all along their street to protest what Facebook is doing.
Turner was explicit in urging people to conduct themselves LAWFULLY, avoiding violence or any kind of criminality, but the revelation of the home addresses was a stunning development for folks like Turner who consider themselves "right-wing" politically.
It's customarily a left-wing tactic to protest people at their homes. Similarly, it has been left-wingers who have gone after White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders at a restaurant in Virginia, EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen at other public places or their homes. To have a right-wing radio host publicly initiate such activities is unprecedented.
In previous postings on his web site, Turner referred to July 4 as "Day Zero." Now it seems clear he meant the day the right-wing begins to effectively fight back against left-wingers who use their wealth and power to silence the right. Turner gave no advance warning he was going to reveal addresses for Dorsey and Zuckerberg. One wonders if this will become a regular feature of his radio show every Wednesday night in the future? If so, which left-wing CEO's (or Hollywood big shots) could be next?
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