Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

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Friday, December 10, 2010

Meteor 'So Bright It Was Frightening' Hurtles above Britain-Iran placing missiles in Venezuela....U.S. cities within target range



Iran placing missiles in Venezuela....U.S. cities within target rangeIran is planning to place medium-range missiles on Venezuelan soil, based on western information sources[1], according to an article in the German daily, Die Welt, of November 25, 2010. According to the article, an agreement between the two countries was signed during the last visit o Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to Tehran on October19, 2010. The previously undisclosed contract provides for the establishment of a jointly operated military base in Venezuela, and the joint development of ground-to-ground missiles. At a moment when NATO members found an agreement, in the recent Lisbon summit (19-20 November 2010), to develop a Missile Defence capability to protect NATO's populations and territories in Europe against ballistic missile attacks from the East (namely, Iran), Iran's counter-move consists...










Glenn Beck Warns of Food Riots, Martial Law & Gun Confiscations MUST SEE


Meteor 'So Bright It Was Frightening' Hurtles above Britain



Stuxnet Worm Still Out of Control at Iran's Nuclear Sites, Experts SayThe Stuxnet worm, named after initials found in its code, is the most sophisticated cyberweapon ever created.

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Peace talks are officially dead: It’s time for Plan BAs expected, the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians are now six feet under. On Monday night, Israeli and US officials confirmed that the Obama administration is abandoning its effort to renew the freeze on settlement building in the West Bank.

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Israel Considering Attack On SyriaBEIRUT — Syria’s fresh interference in Lebanon and its increasingly sophisticated weapons shipments to Hezbollah have alarmed American officials and prompted Israel’s military to consider a strike against a Syrian weapons depot that supplies the Lebanese militia group, U.S. and Israeli officials say.

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US Corn Reserves to Reach 15-year Low by August

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US May Have 'Problem' Meeting Surging Wheat Demand

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Florida Crop Losses Likely in the Millions

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Rain Destroys Grain Hopes

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Grain and Fruit Growers on Brink of Disaster across SE Australia

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Crops Worth Millions Washed Off in Chhattisgarh Rains

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Worst Locust Plague in 70 Years Hit Victoria's Crops, Towns

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Wealthy Chinese Are Pursuing Their Own Food Safety


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More States Enter Debate on Sharia Law



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Unknown Killer Disease on Loose in Uganda – Sample Sent to Colorado



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CAMILLA HIT BY RIOTER AS PROTESTERS ATTACK ROYALS



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Thousands try to break through police barricades at Houses of Parliament...



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Israel Launches Strikes, Warns On Gaza



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Billboard in Milwaukee Warns of Electronic Harassment



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Venezuela seeks to regulate Internet with media bill


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AP Enterprise: FAA loses track of 119,000 aircraft NEW YORK – The Federal Aviation Administration is missing key information on who owns one-third of the 357,000 private and commercial aircraft in the U.S. — a gap the agency fears could be exploited by terrorists and drug traffickers. The records are in such disarray that the FAA says it is worried that criminals could buy planes without the government's knowledge, or use the registration numbers of other aircraft to evade new computer systems designed to track suspicious flights. It has ordered all aircraft owners to re-register their planes in an...


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France ready to transfer warship technology to Russia: PMFrench Prime Minister Francois Fillon said on a visit to Moscow on Thursday that France was ready to transfer military technology if it won a tender to supply Russia with Mistral warships

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