Researcher, Jake Morphonios, discovers that, when Donald Trump was in bankruptcy after the US real estate crash of the 1980s, just before he was about to lose everything, he was bailed out by Rothschild Inc. and, thereafter, became social and personal friends of the Rothchild family. Morphonios claims that Trump now is serving the financial interests of the Rothschild global enterprise.
The California Energy Commission is forcing homebuilders to include solar panels in new construction, which will take full effect in two years and will help the state meet its Agenda 21 goal of supplying 50% of its electricity with solar by 2030. Low cost housing is already in short supply, and the mandate will add as much as $12,000 to the cost of a new home. More than 30% of people in the state’s metro areas cannot afford housing in their area, and in some areas it is higher than 60%.
North Korea freed three US detainees, Kim Hak Song, Tony Kim, and Kim Dong Chul, as an act of goodwill before President Trump meets with dictator Kim Jong Un for a peace summit in Singapore in June. The three men spent more than a year in prison on charges of hostility and espionage against North Korea but which are believed to be made-up charges to demonstrate defiance against the US.
Social media users who post or share racist or anti-gay comments will face jail under newly proposed rules. Judges are being advised to order harsh punishments for those found guilty of stirring up ‘hatred’ against racial, religious, or sexual minority groups. Hatred in these cases is a euphemism for criticizing someone or hurting their feelings.