Wednesday, November 11, 2015


I wrote on Monday about the upcoming meeting between Obama and Netanyahu, and I noted several unusual events that occurred in the few days leading up to the meeting as well as anticipated events (severe weather warnings were already out for today). It has now been about 48 hours later, so here are some updates.


The meeting:

While Netanyahu and Obama had another bland White House session whose only purpose was to show that they can sit together in the same room without yelling at each other, the passive-aggressive attacks from Obama Inc. didn’t stop.

More earthquake warnings:

Oklahoma now the world's No. 1 earthquake area

More severe weather warnings:

The map for today's severe weather has broadened.

Monday's map:

Today's map:

Veterans Day Severe Weather Outbreak to Threaten 30 Million in Central US

Blizzard Conditions to Unfold From Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Denver on Wednesday

Kate won't make landfall, but will impact East Coast with strong surf

More war warnings:

Second missile fired off California's coast

Russia and China Are Now Creating A Separate Gold Market Away From The Dollar

As Yuan Rivals Dollar, U.S. Launches Ballistic Missiles Over West Coast: “Lit Up California”

Russia to deploy new weapons to counter US missile shield

More economic warnings:

Michael Snyder: We Have Never Seen Global Trade Collapse This Dramatically Outside Of A Major Recession

Peter Schiff: "We're teetering on the edge of an official recession . . . It's going to be a horrible Christmas."

And considering David Wilkerson said to keep an eye on a South American country 'going under,' this story is of interest:

Venezuela Default Countdown Begins: After Selling Billions In Gold, Caracas Raids $467 Million In IMF Reserves, doing 'precisely what Greece did in July'

More Judgment warnings:

Franklin Graham: ‘Our Country Is In Trouble …. Without God There’s No Hope’

And this interesting development since the meeting:

Obama on OUT magazine

John McTernan: Obama Becomes First Sitting President to Pose for Cover of LGBT Magazine