Connect with us

Weird News

Bizarre Coincidence: Did this book from 1896 see the future of Trump and 2020?

In the book, Bryan Trump is the last president because of a selected group of states who try to steal the election, and apparently succeed — but civil war breaks out when the oppressed citizens of the oligarchy rise up and fight back.

Published

on

Bizarre Coincidence: Did this book from 1896 see the future of Trump and 2020?

book written in 1896 titled The Last President by Ingersoll Lockwood.

Publisher New York, The American news company

“…The entire East Side of New York City is in a state of uproar. Mobs of vast size are organizing under the lead of anarchists and socialists, and threaten to plunder and despoil the houses of the rich who have wronged and oppressed them for so many years.” — From The Last President, 1896

1900, or The Last President, by INGERSOLL LOCKWOOD, is a surrealistic 1896 novel, where Americans are protesting a corrupt election process while the president’s hometown of New York City is fearing the collapse of the republic after the transition of presidential power. During 2017, this book, as well as Lockwood’s two children’s books, The Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulger (1890) and Baron Trump’s Marvellous Underground Journey (1893), drew attention due to its uncanny connections with President Trump and his family.

Synopsis: a book about the last president named Bryan Trump – he’s the last president because of a selected group of states who try to steal the election, and apparently succeed — but civil war breaks out when the oppressed citizens of the oligarchy rise up and fight back.

Here’s the link to read the novel:

https://archive.org/details/1900orlastpresid00lock

Health

‘Pregnant man’ featured in new Emoji…

Emoji use is at an all-time high in 2021…

Published

on

The ‘pregnant dad’ one is in the middle row in red

Continue Reading

Business

Fertility App Told FACEBOOK When Women Were Ovulating…

Flo Health accused of improperly sharing data with Facebook, including whether users were ovulating…

Published

on

Fertility App Told FACEBOOK When Women Were Ovulating…

WASHINGTON WSJ —The Federal Trade Commission reached a settlement with Flo Health Inc., the developer of a widely used period and fertility-tracking app, over allegations that it improperly shared personal data with Facebook and others, including whether users were ovulating.

The data shared by Flo Health often allowed online ads to be targeted to those users, despite Flo Health’s promises that the information would be kept private, The Wall Street Journal found in a 2019 article.

The FTC’s vote on the proposed settlement was 5-0, the agency said Wednesday. The proposed settlement with the FTC, if it becomes final following public comment, would require Flo Health to obtain an independent review of its privacy practices and get users’ consent before sharing their health information, the agency said. The company also must notify consumers of the FTC charges that it shared consumers’ personal information without their consent, commissioners said.

In a statement, a Flo spokesperson said the company cooperated with the FTC, adding, “We are committed to ensuring that the privacy of our users’ personal health data is absolutely paramount.”

Keep reading on Wall Street Journal

Continue Reading

Local News

Mysterious Helicopters Circling Los Angeles…

Unusual Antennas…

Published

on

Mysterious Helicopters Circling Los Angeles…

Yesterday, plane spotters in the greater Los Angeles area caught glimpses of three mysterious Bell 407 helicopters painted overall in what looks to be a dark gray color, but with no easily identifiable markings. Covered in antennas that one might expect to see on examples in use by military or law enforcement units, but unlike any we at The War Zone are familiar with, the sightings immediately caught our attention. While we don’t know for sure who is operating them or for what purpose, these helicopters appear to have a very unusual history and there are solid indications that they could be associated with a very secretive U.S. military aviation unit.

Chris Shaw of Shaw’s Aviation Photography was among the first to spot the trio as they arrived at Bob Hope Airport, also known as Hollywood Burbank Airport or KBUR, which is situated just north of Los Angeles, on Jan. 12, 2021. Later that day, plane spotter Scott Lowe caught a glimpse of two of the helicopters leaving that airport.

Get more details on THE DRIVE

Continue Reading

Trending