Proverbs 22:3 NLT

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

-- (((Charles Finney, said the following: “If
there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


THOSE WHO WILL DO NOTHING NOW, WHEN IT COSTS THEM LITTLE - WILL DO EVEN LESS LATER, WHEN IT COST THEM EVEN MORE


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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

developing global food shortage is making its way around the world / S&P: Risk of U.S. credit rating downgrade increased / 12 Things That The Mainstream Media Is Being Strangely Quiet About Right Now / The Chinese Government Is Buying Up Economic Assets And Huge Tracts Of Land All Over The United States / China Wants To Construct A 50 Square Mile Self-Sustaining City South Of Boise, Idaho / Israel's UN ambassador tells U.S. Jews: Prepare for September vote on Palestinian state / Jack Van Impe Not Buying into Chrislam

NEWS: http://www.drudgereport.com/ - http://endoftheamericandream.com/ - http://www.trunews.com/index.htm#newsblock - http://www.raptureready.com/rapnews_db.php - http://www.prophecyupdate.com/prophecy_news.htm - http://www.stevequayle.com/index1.html

Far‚ Mid-West may face food shortage
Himalayan Times
KATHMANDU: Five hilly districts of Far and Mid-West region will face acute food shortage in August unless the government stock hundreds of tonnes food grains within a month, according to a report the Nepal Food Corporation. The corporation doesn't have ...
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Food shortage looms over Somalia
Al Jazeera
While lack of food for the next few months is expected to be a major problem, after two decades of war Somalis are no stranger to adversity. Jamal Osman reports from Wanlaweyn, eastern Somalia.
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Uganda People News: Uganda faces food shortage
UGPulse.com
The ministry of disaster preparedness has warned that the country still faces the problem of severe food shortage if the farmers are not sensitized on food preservation and storage. The state minister for relief and disaster preparedness Musa Ecweru ...
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Basic Food Prices 37% Higher Than This Time Last Year
Tiny Green Bubble
We all know that the developing global food shortage is making its way around the world, and with the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)'s last monthly report on global food prices before summer truly hits now out, the news is not inspiring. ...
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FOOD SHORTAGE AFFECTING SCHOOLS IN NAROK
Several secondary schools in Narok may be forced to close down due to food scarcity in the region. According to Narok South District Secondary Schools Heads ...
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Greek Streets 'Explosive' as PM Faces Confidence Vote
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Italy Will Fight Last Stand in Debt Crisis
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AZ Sheriff: Why More Troops at Korean Border Than U.S. Border
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COLORADO SNOW ON SUMMER SOLSTICE
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CHINA BUYING MORE EUROPEAN DEBT, LESS US
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Obama warns of new US spats with Israel
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MARINES PREPARE FOR MASSIVE TRAINING EXERCISE ALONG BEACHES FROM FL TO VA...
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China stakes claim to S. Texas oil, gas...
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Chinese company eyes Boise
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Brazilians Buy Miami Condos at Bargain Prices After 45% Surge in Currency
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S&P: Risk of U.S. credit rating downgrade increased
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12 Things That The Mainstream Media Is Being Strangely Quiet About Right Now
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The Chinese Government Is Buying Up Economic Assets And Huge Tracts Of Land All Over The United States
-------China Wants To Construct A 50 Square Mile Self-Sustaining City South Of Boise, Idaho
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Fitch sees risk of Greece, U.S. debt defaults

The definitive comments weighed on the euro and underscored how much is at stake for Greece, which is struggling to implement a deeply unpopular fiscal austerity plan necessary to win the next tranche of emergency aid from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. Fractious euro zone finance ministers are trying to patch together a second aid package for Greece, with more official loans and, for the first time, some sort of contribution by private investors who hold Greek government bonds. "Fitch would regard such a debt exchange or voluntary debt rollover as a default event and would lead to the assignment of a default rating to Greece," Andrew Colquhoun, head of Asia-Pacific sovereign ratings with Fitch, said at a conference in Singapore. A month ago Fitch downgraded Greece's credit rating...
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Markets bet on Greek default as debt insurance costs soar

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Europe on brink over Greek debt

EUROPE and the world's financial system face a critical few days as Greece runs out of options to stave off economic collapse. The euro zone's finance ministers have delayed a decision on whether to release €12 billion ($A16.2 billion) for the next Greek bailout until early next month, putting pressure back on the beleaguered Greek government to prove it can steer through reform efforts to cut crippling debt. The first big test comes tonight when Prime Minister George Papandreou faces a confidence vote over his efforts to slash spending and push...
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The euro is doomed, says Jack Straw
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Debt crisis may overwhelm Europe's economic recovery, warns IMF

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USDA Pushing Government-Wide Homosexual Sensitivity Training

From the Washington Times: U.S. Agriculture Department officials have asked the Office of Personnel Management, which oversees all federal employee policies, to impose its intense brand of homosexual sensitivity training on all federal departments, according to an internal newsletter. The training includes a discussion of “heterosexism” -- the belief that marriage is the union of one man and one woman -- and compares it to racism. If accepted by the Obama administration, that move could mean more sessions for military service members...
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Some Methodist clergy defy gay-marriage ban

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Perry revives airport pat-down bill for special session

AUSTIN — Gov. Rick Perry, under pressure from tea party activists, on Monday added to lawmakers' to-do list a ban on airport security searches. The measure died in the regular legislative session in the wake of warnings from federal officials that it would conflict with federal law and could force flight cancellations if the safety of passengers and crew couldn't be assured. "We can't let threats from the federal government stop the Legislature from passing legislation that we believe is wanted by our citizens. I do not believe they will shut...
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IDF prepares for September declaration

The Israel Defense Forces is finding it hard to predict what will happen after the possible declaration of a Palestinian state at the United Nations in September, but in the meantime it is holding training exercises, maps are being updated and even the state of mind on Facebook is being looked into. The IDF is also preparing engineering resources, purchasing and expanding existing crowd dispersion equipment and mainly, preparing for every eventuality – from the mainstream to the extreme. Ynet is taking a first look at the "Migdal Oz" plan which...
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Israel's UN ambassador tells U.S. Jews: Prepare for September vote on Palestinian state
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Bank of Canada displays new 'secure' polymer bank notes

MONTREAL - The Bank of Canada unveiled its new series of durable “secure” plastic bank notes Monday afternoon. The $100 bill will begin circulating this November followed by a $50 note in March of 2012. The $20, $10 and $5 bank notes will be issued by the end of 2013. Printed on a plastic polymer material, the new bills have innovative security features including transparent windows – the biggest banknote...
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6.1 quake hits off Solomons

A STRONG 6.1-magnitude earthquake has struck beneath the sea off the Solomon Islands today, US seismologists said, but the tremor did not prompt a tsunami warning. There were no immediate reports of damage from the quake, which the United States Geological Survey said hit at 1.04pm (12.04pm AEST) at a depth of 13.5km south-west of the Solomons' Santa Cruz Islands. The Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre did not...
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Major bid underway to curb flatulence in Irish cows

Irish experts are trying to cut Ireland’s greenhouse gas emissions by curbing flatulence and belching in cows. The Department of the Environment has stated that Ireland has one of the highest levels of greenhouse gas emissions per head in Europe. There are 6.6 million cattle and 4.6 million sheep in the country. “The long term goal is to identify animals that produce lower levels of methane,” said Richard Dewhurst, head of and animal research...
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Ash cloud's return causes flight chaos in Australia
Thousands of travellers were stranded after Qantas cancelled all domestic flights in and out of Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra on Tuesday afternoon, until at least Thursday. International flights have also been affected, with all Qantas planes due to land on Wednesday diverted or delayed until Thursday
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