Reports for 2017-09-23

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09/23/17 - 1141hrs Daily report, California State Militia

* North Korea: A 3.0-3.4 quake was detected in North Korea very close to the area that the hydrogen bomb was tested last month. South Kore said the evidence pointed to a natural occurrence. China disputed that and claimed it was a manmade explosion. The nuclear proliferation watchdog CTBTO disputed the Chinese claim ‘saying that initial analysis show that the tremor was “unlike man-made.”’ * North Korea – US Strategic Bombers have flown extremely close to the east coast of North Korea in a deliberate show of force and resolve to the Rogue regime. * Puerto Rico: UPDATE – Attempting to begin recovery from the massive hits by two hurricanes, the people now face a dam failure. Authorities are trying to evacuate 70,000 people with very little modern communication (Almost no cell service, no electricity, no phones). The dam is located in the NW of Puerto Rico and is called the Guajataca Dam. A small breach has been discovered by an engineer prompting the evacuation because they do not know if it will lead to a total failure of the dam. * UC Berkeley, Free Speech week – UPDATE – The University just released a statement that the Free Speech event has been cancelled by the Berkeley Patriot Group. Milo Yiannopoulos released a video stating that the event was not cancelled. A march is scheduled for 2pm, today (Saturday) to oppose the Free Speech Event and heavy opposition is expected for the run of the event if it happens. The event will be held from Sunday, Sept 24 through Wednesday September 27th. It now appears that all speeches will be held outside in Sproul Plaza with over 20 speakers. Groups such as BAMN and Antifa will likely be there in full force. Expect the area to be near chaotic for most of next week. -Warnings/ Advisories * Red Flag Warning: North Bay Mountains, Central Sacramento Valley including Glenn, Colusa, Yuba, Northern Sutter, Butte County Below 1000 Ft; E Mendocino NF; Eastern Delta; Eastern Portion of Shasta, Trinity NF; Lake County Portion of Lake-Nappa-Sonoma RU; Northern Sacramento Valley to Southern Tehama County Line Below 1000 Ft; Northern Sierra Foothills from 1000 to 3000 Ft. Includes Nevada-Yuba-Placer RU and Anador-Eldorado RU; Southern Sacramento Valley In Yolo, Sacramento, Far Western Placer, Southern Sutter and Solano County Below 1000 Ft - Excludes the Delta; Southern and Eastern Mendocino NF, Southeast Edge Shasta, Trinity NF and Western Portions of Tahima, Glenn RU, Northern Motherlode From 1000 to 3000 Ft. From Yuba To Amador Counties; Northern Sierra Including Lassen NP and Plumas and Lassen NF, S West of the Sierra Crest - West of Evans Peak, Grizzly Peak, Beckworth Peak; Southern Motherlode From 1000 to 3000 Ft, Calaveras and Toulumne Counties; Stanislaus National Forest; Tahoe - Eldorado National Forest, -Weather (South Bay/ San Jose) * Sunrise - 0657hrs. Sunset - 1904hrs. * Sunny * Warming - Highs hitting 80 - lows toward 53 * No Allergy Alert from Trees. No allergy alert from grass, High for weeds * Temperatures will start to rise this weekend. We’ll be in the low 80s Saturday and Sunday. We will be back in the lower 90s by Wednesday and stay there through the following weekend. - Ring of Fire * 2.8 NE of Aguanga, 2.5 NE of Soledad, 2.6 S of Ridgemark, 3.9 SW of Ferndale, 5.7, 3.0 & 2.9 W of the coast from Ferndale. 5.3 SSE of Hachijo-Jima, Japan. 5.1 W of Tingloy, Philippines. 5.1 SSW of San Jose de Jachal, Argentina. 5.8 Gulf of Tehuantepec, 6.1 (plus 6 aftershocks) SSE of Matias Romero, Mexico. - Civil Unrest/ Terrorism * Turkey – The Turkish Parliament renewed a bill allowing the military to intervene in Iraq and Syria if faced with national security threats. This appears to be a warning to Iraqi Kurds to call of the Monday independence referendum vote. - CA Firearms Laws: * Same tyranny as yesterday. Thought of the day: Go get some good family time or personal time. Breath, live, enjoy….oh yeah… Train! Keep your head on a swivel and stay safe -DeltaWhiskey http://www.cal-militia.com/contact-us.html