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MIGRANT INVASION: “Large influx” of Gaza refugees coming Germany as Israel bombs them out of Gaza – NaturalNews.com

MIGRANT INVASION: “Large influx” of Gaza refugees coming Germany as Israel bombs them out of Gaza

As if there were not already enough refugees within its borders, Germany is poised to welcome potentially millions more from the war-torn Palestinian enclave of Gaza, which Israel is attempting to take over by killing and expelling all current residents.

According to Bild, a top German media outlet, the Germany embassy in Cairo has set up a large makeshift processing center on its grounds, as well as recruited crisis support teams to assist with applications, that are expected to be used to funnel the residents of Gaza into Germany.

On Monday, the foreign office in Berlin announced that it is successfully repatriating hundreds of German citizens who have been stuck in Gaza since the October 7 Hamas attack that triggered a full-scale war by Israel against the Palestinian territory.

“We have so far been able to ensure that around 320 Germans, including their family members, have been able to leave Gaza safely,” said Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock, refusing to answer Bild‘s questions about precisely how many residents of Gaza will be welcomed into Germany.

(Related: Since at least the start of the Wuhan coronavirus [COVID-19], Germany’s leaders have upheld a policy welcoming migrants while excluding native Europeans.)

Security officials worry Hamas will terrorize Germany after resettlement

Photos from the garden of the German embassy in Cairo show a rather large operation taking shape, the suggestion being that a lot of Palestinians are about to be relocated to the European powerhouse.

“The construction of processing stations under a tent roof in the embassy garden suggests that Minister Annalena Baerbock’s department may be preparing for a larger influx of Gaza refugees,” Bild reported.


According to the same report, there is now “great concern” among security officials that Germany’s plan, as loose as it is, will allow for Hamas militants to be flown into Germany where they will then potentially terrorize the nation.

Germany’s family reunification rules make it entirely possible for Hamas militants to get lumped in with innocent civilians, rendering Germany the newest hotbed of Palestinian “freedom fighting.”

Opposition politicians are raising serious concerns about all this while urging Germany’s majority government to think wisely about this and take extra precautions.

“The federal government must ensure that it does not bring Hamas supporters or even terrorist murderers into the country,” commented Andrea Lindholz, a CSU security spokeswoman and vice president of its parliamentary party in the Bundestag.

“To achieve this, thorough police work by German and Israeli authorities is essential before departure from Cairo.”

As you may recall from a few years back, a similar scenario unfolded when Germany welcomed in all those refugees from Syria. This allowed the Islamic “death cult” known as ISIS to infiltrate Europe while falsely claiming to be “asylum seekers.”

It was recently confirmed that the migrant crisis that consumed swaths of Europe in 2015 resulted in terrorists also entering Europe and slaughtering dozens of people in Paris, as one example.

In at least one instance, a person holding a Syrian passport was found feigning to be an asylum seeker. It turns out the guy was a terrorist using and abusing Europe’s humanitarian efforts for evil.

“These individuals took advantage of the refugee crisis … of the chaos, perhaps, for some of them to slip in,” said French Prime Minister Manuel Valls at the time.

Meanwhile, activists throughout Germany are calling on their government to stop supporting Israel in its destruction and displacement of Gaza in the first place, calling it a “genocidal war.”

“German people know they have been misled … by allowing 1.5 million Muslim migrants into the EU, prompting Brexit,” a reader commented about the matter.

Predominantly white nations are increasingly under attack by a government-forced influx of non-white “refugees” and “asylum seekers.” Learn more at Migrants.news.

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Poll: 56% of American voters believe CHEATING is LIKELY to happen in 2024 elections – NaturalNews.com

Poll: 56% of American voters believe CHEATING is LIKELY to happen in 2024 elections

More than half of American voters believe that cheating is likely to happen in the 2024 presidential election, dealing a major blow to election integrity.

The survey by Rasmussen Reports polled 1,029 U.S. voters between Nov. 13 and Nov. 15, asking a critical question: “How likely is it that the outcome of the 2024 presidential election will be affected by cheating?”

A staggering 56 percent of participants believe that cheating is likely to happen, with 31 percent going further to say vote fraud is “very likely.” Moreover, 51 percent of respondents believe mail-in ballots make it easier to cheat. (Related: Myra Adams shares wild PLOT TWISTS that could upend 2024 presidential election.)

According to the Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database, proven instances of voter fraud list nearly 1,500 cases with over 1,200 criminal convictions over the year and with different politicians.

Given this, Americans who think there might be voter fraud in 2024 are likely the same ones who believe that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump. Dishonest and rigged elections through the years have only bolstered their belief that the integrity of the American electoral system is compromised.

“To restore confidence in our elections, we need to enact a single day of voting, require voter identification, adopt paper ballots only and require that hand-tabulated results are announced within 24 hours. Acceptable exceptions for military personnel and the disabled are assumed,” wrote Laura Wellington for the Western Journal.


Glitches in PA Superior Court judge elections only fuel speculation of rigged polls

The doubts American voters have over the system aren’t unfounded, as voting machines enter the picture once more. In one instance, voting machines in Pennsylvania experienced technical glitches during the state’s election for its Superior Court judges in early November.

Lehigh Valley News reported that on Nov. 7, the ES&S ExpressVote XL machines mistakenly swapped the votes for Democrat Judge Jack Panella and Republican Judge Victor Stabile. A press release by the Northampton County Elections Office (NCEO) said whenever a voter selected a “Yes” or a “No” for one of the two candidates to be retained on the Superior Court, the selection would record a vote for the opposing candidate on both the paper ballot and the voting machine.

But the NCEO clarified that “the issue is limited to the retention of Superior Court judges and is only an issue when recording the votes for when a voter selected a ‘yes’ for one candidate and a ‘no’ for another candidate.”

To make things worse, a mistake in the programming of the voting machines swapped the names of two judges on the verification slip. ES&S also explained that an employee also mislabeled Superior Court races when deciding how they would appear on paper backups.

In a news conference, Northampton County Director of Administration Charles Dertinger revealed that voters noticed the problem around 7 a.m., leading to several polling places using emergency paper ballots and the voting machines being temporarily taken offline by poll workers.

Despite the technical glitches on that day, officials still continued the election. They assured the public that the glitches were just a minor issue, but then, after multiple incidents of election fraud in the past, voters now question the reliability of these voting machines.

Follow Rigged.news for more news about election integrity and American elections being stolen.

Watch Ivan Raiklin warn Dan Happel of a cover-up that will follow a steal of the 2024 election on the Brighteon.TV program “Connecting The Dots.”

This video is from the BrighteonTV channel on Brighteon.com.

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Schools all over the U.S. are now experiencing MILK SHORTAGES – NaturalNews.com

Schools all over the U.S. are now experiencing MILK SHORTAGES

The typical school lunch for many young students in the United States often includes a ubiquitous carton of milk. But some school cafeterias may soon run out the half-pint cartons of milk they usually serve, with several districts across the U.S. already trying to find alternatives.

Strangely enough, the problem is not a shortage of milk but of the cardboard cartons used to package and serve it, reported dairy industry suppliers and state officials.

According to a statement from Pactiv Evergreen of Lake Forest, Illinois, which calls itself “the leading manufacturer of fresh food and beverage packaging in North America,” the company is still dealing with “significantly higher than projected demand” for its milk cartons.

Matt Herrick, spokesperson for the International Dairy Foods Association, explained that the shortage is affecting the company’s ability to fully supply some school milk orders.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has acknowledged that the supply chain problem now affects several states. School officials in California, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington state said they are preparing for the shortage.

Solutions to milk issue being proposed at the local level

The USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service previously required milk to be served with school meals. But in a memo issued in late October, districts were given leeway to serve different types or sizes of milk during the supply shortage. As a last resort, districts could even skip offering milk.

It remains to be seen how long the carton shortage could last. In Everett, Washington, school officials told parents to expect a disruption in cafeteria milk supply that could last for several months. (Related: Shortage of feedstock caused by severe drought leading to MILK shortage in France.)


Herrick said U.S. milk processors are cooperating with other package suppliers to address the carton shortage. He said that he expected the problem to improve within weeks and to be resolved by early next year.

As the shortage continues, school districts are now sending messages to their families and communities about how they are either currently managing or preparing to navigate serving milk without the half-pint cartons.

According to several districts, they expect the milk carton shortage to last until January 2024.

In West Virginia’s Preston County Schools, school nutrition officials are considering options aside from their usual milk supplier. Beth Doerr, the district’s child nutrition director, released a statement to advise the public that in some cases, “juice and water will need to be substituted.”

For Walla Walla Public Schools in Washington, Pamela Milleson, the district’s nutrition services director, has prepared a multi-tiered contingency plan with other district departments in case the milk carton shortage reaches the district.

The 5,600-student district also released an FAQ page on its website and plans to inform parents should the shortage impact local school milk offerings. Milleson said Walla Walla schools usually serve 22,000 cartons of milk per week.

A July 2023 USDA report revealed that 97 percent of school food authorities surveyed between November 2022 and January 2023 experienced one or more supply chain-related issues, including increased costs and staff or product shortages.

Milleson said one of the important lessons that came out of the pandemic is that it taught schools “how to be flexible, stay calm and develop effective contingency plans” during emergency scenarios. However, the ongoing supply chain woes are negatively affecting staff and families.

Meanwhile, dairy suppliers are pointing at packaging manufacturer Pactiv Evergreen as the source of the milk carton supply issue. Milleson thinks the increase in states and districts serving universal school meals could also be a factor affecting the carton supply shortage.

Visit FoodSupply.news for more updates about food shortages affecting the country.

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Turkey asks IAEA to probe whether Israel has NUCLEAR WEAPONS – NaturalNews.com

Ankara plans to ask the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to investigate whether Israel possesses nuclear weapons, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced.

According to the Turkish president, Israel is among the few nations not signatory to the 1968 Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. He stressed the significance of this step in balancing strategic interests in the region, and asserted that Turkey would continue to exert pressure on Israel regarding its nuclear capabilities.

Erdogan reiterated that an inspection of Israel’s nuclear weapons is crucial, and he expressed his commitment to pursuing this course of action. He called on the international community not to overlook the matter and urged for a thorough investigation. While it is widely believed that Israel maintains a nuclear weapons program, the country neither confirms nor denies its existence.

Erdogan said Ankara will not allow the issue of Israel’s nuclear weapons to be dropped from the global agenda.

Moreover, he called the European support for Israel “the shame of the Holocaust.” According to him, the West was trying to vindicate what he said were Israel’s war crimes and crimes against humanity in Gaza. Erdogan added that Western countries had a “fraternity of lies” with Israel, which he labeled as “shameful.”

“The shame of the Holocaust has literally taken European leaders hostage,” he said. “We, as Turkey, will not allow the issue of Israel’s nuclear to be forgotten.”

Erdogan’s call comes in the wake of controversial remarks made by Israeli Heritage Minister Amihai Eliyahu, who suggested the idea of dropping a “nuclear bomb” on Gaza. Following these comments, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended Eliyahu from cabinet meetings.


Tensions between Turkey and Israel have escalated – with Erdogan criticizing Israel’s actions in Gaza, branding it a “terror state,” and accusing the Israel Defense Forces of committing war crimes against the Palestinians. In response, Netanyahu accused Erdogan of supporting “the terrorist state of Hamas.”

Turkey calls for peace between Israel and Hamas

The ongoing violence between Israel and Hamas, which erupted on October 7, has resulted in thousands of casualties, primarily among civilians, and has seen both sides engaging in hostilities. Less than two weeks ago, Erdogan called for an international peace conference to address the longstanding conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. (Related: Turkey’s Erdogan warns of “spiral of violence” in phone call with Israel’s Herzog.)

Speaking at a joint Islamic-Arab summit in Saudi Arabia, Erdogan criticized Israel’s actions in Gaza, stating that a permanent solution requires a ceasefire and emphasizing the urgency of the situation. He held bilateral talks with leaders, including Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Erdogan expressed Turkey’s readiness to collaborate on providing humanitarian aid and health services to Gaza.

Turkey, which supports a two-state solution, hosts members of Hamas and does not designate it as a terrorist organization, in contrast to the stance of the U.S., the U.K. and some Western nations.

Erdogan stressed that Hamas members defending their homeland should not be equated with occupiers. He emphasized that a permanent resolution hinges on the establishment of a Palestinian state based on 1967 borders and proposed an international peace conference as the most suitable platform.

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