#11726739 at 2020-11-21 18:34:03 (UTC+1) Q Research General #14969: FREEDOM Edition
They were going to purge 80-90% Summer of 2018.
Congressional Report: A North Korean EMP Attack Would Kill "90% of all Americans"
"It is critical, therefore, that the U.S. national leadership address the EMP threat as a critical and existential issue."
KYREE LEARYOCTOBER 16TH 2017
In a U.S. House of Representatives hearing on Thursday, members of the recently defunded EMP Commission informed congress of the devastation an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack could inflict on the country. In a commissioned report, former EMP Commissions chairman, William Graham, and its former chief of staff, Peter Vincent Pry, referred to North Korea using an EMP as a "doomsday scenario," citing Kim Jong-Un's well-documented threats to turn the U.S. to "ashes."
It could use its demonstrated satellite launcher to carry a nuclear weapon over the South Polar region and detonate it...over the United States to create a high-altitude electromagnetic pulse ... The result could be to shut down the U.S. electric power grid for an indefinite period, leading to the death within a year of up to 90 percent of all Americans.
This isn't the first time U.S. vulnerabilities to an EMP attack have been discussed, In 2014, Forbes' PeterKelly-Detwiler wrote that such a threat, if acted upon, could make 9/11 look childish by comparison.
"There have been an enormous increase in our dependency on electronics, computers, and microelectronics," said Graham during a interview with Forbes. "An attack may never happen. But the more vulnerable the U.S. is to such an attack, the more likely it is to be used against us."
Failing To Act
According to Graham and Pry, the U.S. has ignored concerns about North Korea's capabilities for quite some time. In the last six months alone, the former EMP Commission provided information regarding North Korea's nuclear weapons - including how many nukes it has, its ability to create miniaturized weapons, and how far away it was from developing hydrogen bombs. The organizations critics, however, openly dismissed the warnings.
Now that the EMP Commission's predictions have been confirmed by North Korea's recent displays of power, the threats of an EMP attack should be taken seriously. Even the Doomsday Clock has been moved forward as a result of North Korea's nuclear tests - a relatively small thing to be impacted, but the symbolism is significant.
"It is critical, therefore, that the U.S. national leadership address the EMP threat as a critical and existential issue, and give a high priority to assuring the leadership is engaged and the necessary steps are taken to protect the country from EMP," the experts reported to a Homeland Security subcommittee.
Congress' discussion about North Korea's EMP capabilities comes not too long after South Korea revealed its own bombs that could disrupt a nation's electrical equipment. South Korea's military said it would use these "blackout bombs" against North Korea if it appeared to be preparing to make a move. However, the South Korea said no such preparations have been observed - yet.
REMEMBER THE CLOSING OF THE SOLAR OBSERVATORY AND THE LOCAL POST OFFICE?
What was the "OFFICIAL" reason? CP?
Here's what closed Sunspot Solar Observatory
Posted by Paul Scott Anderson in HUMAN WORLD | SPACE | September 20, 2018
Federal court documents this week revealed an FBI investigation of a janitor suspected of using Sunspot Solar Observatory's internet connection to send and receive child pornography.
CAN YOU SAY COVER STORY?
Remember the results of the "Men who stare at goats" Military ran remote viewing?
All of it was conditioning>predictive programming to get the survivors ready to accept that the Sun did it when in fact it would have been a nuke from NK>CIA
detonated approx. 250 - 300 miles above the middle of the U.S.
When your own research scares you, keep going…
#11033227 at 2020-10-12 05:23:42 (UTC+1) Q Research General #14112: Dark secrets [RR] Edition
Resignations in the news 10/6/2020 thru 10/11/2020 - part 3
Barton Select Board..Matthews resigns from loan committee
Oct 9 - CEO of Northeast Indiana Works, Kathleen Randolph, retiring
'I have been fortunate': CEMA Chief Sampson retires
Chair of the Board of Telia Lietuva, Emil Nilsson, resigns from the Board
William & Mary athletic director resigning after controversial decision to cut 7 sports
New Rochelle Superintendent Laura Feijoo resigns, will not return from medical leave
Virgin Group Communications Chief Nick Fox To Step Down
Clint Bowyer is retiring from NASCAR, hanging up his firesuit to join the FOX broadcast
Chinese bishop resigns as deadline for renewing Vatican deal nears
CEO of Kick It Out to step down
Walden's retirement forces him to step down
United Way Fox Cities President PeterKelly retiring after 23 years, leaves legacy of bringing community organizations together
Tesla Says It Fired Employee After Fremont Plant "Sabotage"
Leading Kirchnerite diplomat resigns and openly criticizes president Fernandez
Welltower CEO Resigns
John Eagleton to assume leadership of Community Bank's commercial team in Buffalo
Top Minnesota jail inspector resigns amid investigation
Abcam Proposes US Stock Listing; Co-Founder To Step Down From Board
Citing declining health, East Baton Rouge school superintendent resigns after 2 months on job
Homophobic abuse causes Maldon councillor to resign from party group
Prairie Grove police chief resigns; village to look at police operations, set-up
Miami Beach City Manager Jimmy Morales Resigning
#9747107 at 2020-06-26 00:49:02 (UTC+1) Q Research General #12476: Take The Oath WWG1WGA Edition
A New York City judge has dismissed a claim by President Donald Trump's brother that sought to halt the publication of a tell-all book by the president's niece.
In a ruling handed down on Thursday, Judge PeterKelly said the Surrogates Court - a court that normally handles probates, estates and the affairs of decendants - lacked jurisdiction in the case.
#6332066 at 2019-04-27 12:05:00 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #4 - Q Goes Down Under Edition
Far-right social media views of alleged attacker at Fraser Anning political announcement
A teen charged with attacking a news crew at a Fraser Anning event on Friday is a far-right activist who this month pledged his allegiance to the senator with the words "victory or death".
Max Towns, 19, is also a self-confessed member of extremist group True Blue Crew and attended a rally in Melbourne last year, a police source told The Saturday Telegraph.
It is the latest incident of violence at a Mr Anning event and comes after he punched a teenager who threw an egg at him in Melbourne last month.
Will Connolly, 17, was subsequently restrained in a chokehold by supporters of the senator.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison condemned yesterday's alleged assault and intimidation of News Corp's St George Shire Standard reporter Eliza Barr, 26, and Saturday Telegraph photographer Dylan Robinson, 27, who was allegedly punched in the head several times and suffered minor injuries.
Undercover police were at Mr Anning's event and quickly arrested Towns, who had allegedly followed Ms Barr for 50m.
Police will allege Towns, who claims to be a Sydney University student, repeatedly called her a "Commie whore" before making a derogatory comment about her breasts. Mr Robinson went to her aid and was allegedly punched at least twice and his camera was knocked to the ground.
The experienced news photographer was able to get pictures of Towns as he launched the alleged assault.
Towns was charged with common assault, intimidation and behaving in an offensive manner and was bailed to appear in court next month on the condition he stay out of the Sutherland Shire and stop attending political events or protests.
A Facebook page bearing the Randwick teen's name pledged his allegiance to Mr Anning on Facebook on April 9 with the words "victory or death", a phrase he has also used in German on social media. The phrase was reportedly used by Hitler during WWII and in other contexts in other wars.
Towns accompanied the post with an emoji of an open palm salute. Social media posts also show him liking far-right material.
Barr told Sky News last night: "I have been speaking with Dylan all afternoon and he has been very stoic and I am incredibly grateful to have a colleague who did step in to defend me, someone who I can rely on.
"It was extremely distressing to know there was nothing I could do until the police showed up ... I couldn't get in the middle of two grown men and make them stop. I went to him (Dylan) for protection, I suppose, I went to stand by him to try and de-escalate the violence, and then it all went downhill."
A News Corp spokeswoman said: "The safety of our staff, and their ability to report on news events unhindered is of utmost importance to us and is a fundamental right for all journalists."
After the press conference, Mr Anning tweeted: "The people of Cronulla and NSW are very concerned about Muslim immigration and they have every right to. My party will ban all Muslim and Black immigration and ensure safety for Australians once more."
He later refused to take responsibility for his supporter's alleged assault, saying he did not see it.
"I don't know what the lead-up to it was so I can't really comment," he said.
"Absolutely, I condemn any violence. I've never advocated any violence of any sort to anyone. I continue to do that and all my members continue to do that."
Mr Anning's Cook candidate, PeterKelly, 63, a former army intelligence sergeant who lives more than 40km from the electorate in the north shore suburb of Gordon, said that he condemned≠ the violence.
"I don't condone any violent behaviour of any sort," Mr Kelly said.
He agreed with Mr Anning's extreme views on Muslim migration and his comments about the Christchurch mosque terror attacks in New Zealand in which 50 worshippers were slaughtered by right-wing Australian terrorist Brenton Tarrant≠.
When asked about the senator's divisive comments in which he condemned violence but blamed the attack on Muslim migration to New Zealand Mr Kelly went a step further, making comments about Muslim migration and the community that The Saturday Telegraph has chosen not to publish.
More than 1.2 million people have previously signed a petition calling for Mr Anning's removal from parliament, and he is expected to lose his seat in the senate at the election.
#6319395 at 2019-04-26 07:35:07 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #4 - Q Goes Down Under Edition
Photographer hurt in scuffle at Fraser Anning press conference
A 19-year-old man has been detained by police after a fight broke out following a press conference with far-right senator Fraser Anning in Cronulla mid-morning on Friday, where the controversial figure again called for a ban on Muslim immigration.
News Corp photographer Dylan Robinson was left with a torn shirt after a verbal exchange between St George Shire Standard journalist Eliza Barr and a man, believed to be a supporter of the senator, became physical.
Video footage shows Barr and Robinson walking towards the parking area outside the park before the 19-year-old man tries to knock Robinson's camera out of his hands.
He then throws several punches before another man breaks up the scuffle.
Robinson does not punch back, but takes photos of the man as he walks away.
The 19-year-old was then searched by police and placed in the back of a police van.
"A man has been arrested following an altercation in Cronulla this morning," a police spokesman said.
"Officers from Sutherland Police Area Command were called to Dunningham Park, Cronulla, about 10am.
"A 19-year-old man is alleged to have become involved in a physical altercation with a female journalist and a male cameraman during a press conference with a federal senator.
"The man has been taken to Sutherland police station."
In the press conference, Senator Anning was introducing his candidate for the seat of Cook, PeterKelly. Cook is the electorate of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Prime Minister Morrison said there was "no place in Australian politics" for the violence seen in Cronulla on Friday.
"I find it absolutely appalling …. [Senator Anning] is placed last on my ticket and our party's ticket," the Liberal leader said.
Senator Anning, 69, called for a ban on "bringing any more Muslims or Sudanese into the country" during his media conference.
He was pressed by journalists over his claims that locals were being "bashed and attacked".
"You live in a make-believe world," one of the senator's supporters yelled at journalist Barr as she asked whether locals would back CNP candidate PeterKelly given they'd lived through the 2005 Cronulla race riots.
After the press conference, the 19-year-old man allegedly levelled sexist and abusive comments at Barr including the phrase "nice tits".
Photographer Robinson followed him and attempted to take his photo before the young man pushed the camera away and lashed out at Robinson.
A spokesman for Senator Anning said that the senator would be holding a press conference in Brisbane at 3.30pm on Friday to discuss the events.
The media union later stated: "It is unacceptable in a democracy for journalists to be physically threatened or assaulted in the course of doing their job."
Cr Kelly is an army veteran who worked as an adviser to former NSW One Nation senator Brian Burston, and won a seat on Ku-Ring-Gai council in the 2017 elections.
His campaign at the time included an endorsement from Prince Omar Kiram, cousin of the Sultan of the self-styled Sultanate of Sulu and Sabah.
Cr Kelly was called on to explain his qualifications during a public council meeting, after it was revealed his PhD was obtained from a little-known Italian university, incorporated in Florida, USA, and The Gambia, Africa.
Cr Kelly has also claimed the title of "professor" after a brief period of employment at the online, and now-defunct, Poseidon International University, licensed by the government of Panama.