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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Monday, June 27, 2011

Wildfire reaches Los Alamos nuclear facility.../ Floodwater seeps into Nebraska nuke plant building... / Astronomer: Alien encounters 'within twenty years'... / Report: Turkey tells West it might launch offensive against Syria / Bloomberg plans 'NYC I Do' campaign to attract gay couples, cash in on legal gay marriage law / Indians pay surgeons to turn girls into boys / Is the Massive Puerto Rico Trench Awakening? / Another Large Sink-hole in Luskville, Ontario

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After Getting Smoked On Treasuries, Bill Gross Joins The Ranks Of Silver Market Conspiracy Theorists
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New global financial crisis alert

MASSIVE debts in some countries and extremely low interest rates make the task of avoiding another global financial crisis ''enormous'', a global banking organisation has warned. The international organisation of central banks says the scene is set for a new financial crisis unless Greece and other countries lift interest rates and more rapidly slash debt. In a report released overnight in Basel, the Swiss-based Bank for International Settlements says three years of near-zero interest rates in the major advanced economies have increased the risk of...
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Ron Paul worries Fort Knox gold is gone

WASHINGTON (CNNMoney) -- With the price of gold at record highs, presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul wants to make sure the U.S. gold bars at Fort Knox are really there. Paul called a congressional hearing Thursday to grill federal officials about his bill to audit and inventory all of the gold reserves at Fort Knox, Ky., West Point, N.Y., and Denver, even though Treasury officials insist that the gold is audited annually and is all there. During the hearing, Paul suggested that the Federal Reserve of New York, which has 5% of the U.S. gold...
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Bankers going for gold to beat bonus controls

BANKS are paying top staff in gold bullion and fine wine to get round a crackdown on bonuses, according to City headhunters. Experts say the practice - which has angered politicians and shareholder action groups - is becoming more common as the UK economy tentatively recovers. Jonathan Evans, chairman of the international search firm Sammons Associates, said City headhunting revived strongly last year after falling as much as 90 per cent in the recession, and that there was now a trend for banks to find alternatives to bonuses...
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International banking regulator calls for rates to be raised worldwide

Central banks around the world must raise interest rates soon to bring inflation under control, international regulators have warned. The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) – the central bank for central bankers – said, in its annual report published on Sunday, that the era of loose monetary policy must end. "Tighter global monetary policy is needed in order to contain inflation pressures and ward off financial stability risks," the BIS said, adding that rates may need to be raised more rapidly than after previous recessions. It levied particular
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Interfaith service at Washington National Cathedral promotes religious tolerance

As worshipers entered Washington National Cathedral for Sunday morning’s service, some crossed themselves and some took photographs, some wore ties while others wore shorts and a few even wore yarmulkes. In the center aisle, in place of the baptismal fountain, candle-lit stands bore three books: a Bible, a Torah and a Koran. When a visitor asked a nearby usher what to do, the usher replied: “This is a totally different service than what we usually do. There’s no wrong answer.” Instead of Communion, the service featured readings...
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Turkey monitoring Syria border closely

Turkey's government is very worried about a Syrian tank presence on its border and is watching the situation closely, the Turkish Hurriyet reported Saturday. Hurriyet quoted Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as telling reporters he had shared his “concerns and thoughts about the situation” with his Syrian counterpart. Davutoglu told Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem that Turkey was skeptical of Syria's claims that troops and tanks were massing at the border solely in a bid to catch terrorists. He reminded reporters that...
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The end of an era for Zimbabwe's last white farmers?

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Palestinians going ahead with UN statehood bid

The Palestinian leadership officially announced Sunday it will turn to the UN for recognition of an independent state in September. The decision was made after a meeting convened by President Mahoud Abbas in his Ramallah headquarters. PLO Executive Committee chief Yasser Abed Rabbo declared that the move is aimed at protecting the Palestinian people and their legal leadership...
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Fukushima residents' urine now radioactive

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Strong 6.4 quake rattles Indonesia

A STRONG 6.4-magnitude earthquake has struck near the coast of Indonesia's Papua province but there are no immediate reports of damage or tsunami warnings issued. The quake struck at a depth of 36km, 161km from Enarotali, at 9.16 pm local time (10.16pm AEST), the US Geological Survey said. There was no warning or advisory posted on the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre website. Indonesia sits on the Pacific "Ring of Fire", where the meeting of continental plates...
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N Korean children begging, army starving: exclusive

Footage shot inside North Korea and obtained by the ABC has revealed the extent of chronic food shortages and malnutrition inside the secretive state. The video is some of the most revealing footage ever smuggled out of the impoverished North Korean state. Shot over several months by an undercover North Korean journalist, the harrowing footage shows images of filthy, homeless...
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Dying Woman Undergoes Additional TSA Security Screening, Says Family

An elderly woman in the late-stages of leukemia was forced to undergo 45 minutes of additional screenings last Saturday when she tried to board a flight out of Northwest Florida Regional Airport, her daughter told FoxNews.com Lena Reppert, 95, was to say her final goodbyes to her daughter...
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UFOs spotted over London?

The footage was filmed near the BBC Radio 1 building in Great Portland Street, and shows specks of white light flying at high altitude over the capital. A larger object then emerges from behind a cloud before vanishing moments later. The YouTube user who posted the clip online wrote: "Right – took over a week to get it ... but finally managed to get these critters on camera on a clear day, and even get a close-up.
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Wildfire reaches Los Alamos nuclear facility...
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Floodwater seeps into Nebraska nuke plant building...
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China eyes Canada oil...
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European leaders prepare for Greek default...

Minister warns of 'catastrophe' if austerity blocked...
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Astronomer: Alien encounters 'within twenty years'...
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Report: Obama Films Campaign Ad In White House, Violating FEC Laws...
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Make Prince Harry king of Canada, say monarchists...
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DOLLAR TO 'LOSE RESERVE STATUS'
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Silent triangle UFO report low over Tennessee
Examiner.com
No images or video were included with the report. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Tennessee is a current UFO ALERT 4 rating, with a higher than average number of UFO sightings nationally. Tennessee had 13 reports in May 2011 - while ...
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Witness reports four 'stars' above Centerville, Georgia, disappeared
Examiner.com
The MUFON report was filed on June 21, 2011. The event occurred on 18, 2011. Georgia is a current UFO ALERT 5 rating, with a low number of UFO sightings nationally. Georgia had 9 reports in May 2011 - while California had 55 UFO reports - the highest ...
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'UFOs' Spotted Flying Over the BBC Building
Television Broadcast
He thought little of it until hearing the reports about Arnold's sighting. Reports of UFO sightings coinciding with the Arnold anniversary are cropping up in the United States as well, according to Roger Marsh. Marsh writes about UFOs for Examiner.com. ...

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UFO expert believes 'something strange' is going on in Scotland's skies
stv.tv
Nicknamed the 'UFO capital of Scotland', Bonnybridge is a hotspot for extra-terrestrial activity and people from around the world have come to the town to gaze at the skies above. Some reports state there are over 300 UFO sightings a year in the town ...
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2010 - 2011: Earth's Most Extreme Weather Since 1816
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Bachmann Talks Earmarks, Obamacare and Gay Marriage
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Bachmann: Marriage for Man, Woman
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U.S. Veteran Faces Legal Action for Flying American Flag
Faces Legal Action for Flying American Flag - Fred Quigley, 77, of Macedonia, Ohio, a minister who served active duty during the Vietnam War, has been told by the homeowners' association that his flag violates the property rules.
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Newfound Comet Will Swing by Earth in 2013
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2 Billion Earthlike Planets in the Milky Way: How Many Will Prove to Support Advanced Life
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Iran to Stage Missile War Games
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Russia: Iran's Nuke Plant to Start up in August
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Israeli Cabinet Moves to Tighten Sanctions Against Iran
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Palestinians Will Officially Go to UN in September
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Obama Puts Israel-Palestinian Issue on Hold for His Second Term
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Chart of US Public Debt Since 1861 – Proof That 1975 Was the Year It Began
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Chrislam

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Methodist Clergy Finds Wisconsin Pastor Guilty of Marrying Gays
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John MacArthur Says America Is Under Divine Judgment
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Churches' Dilemma: 80 Percent of Flock Is Inactive
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  • Worse drought in 60 years hits 10 mln in east Africa
    Ten million people in the Horn of Africa have been hit by the worst drought in 60 years, with the situation deteriorating to the point of famine in some areas, the UN said Tuesday.  




  • Somalia fleeing to Kenya in large numbers
    War and drought in Somalia are leading an unprecedented number of people to flee across the border into Kenya, an aid agency says. Save the Children is reporting that every day, about 1,300 people - at least 800 of them children - are arriving at the Dadaab refugee camp.




  • 'Egyptian curricula states Jews, Christians are infidels'
    Egypt’s school curriculum, laden with anti-Semitic and anti-Christian sentiment, must undergo drastic reform to comply with international standards, according to a new report to be presented this week at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. “Egypt has to conduct fundamental reforms in its curricula, which present a national identity based solely on the Islamic religion,” said Yohanan Manor...  









  • Iran fires 14 missiles in 2nd day of war games
    Iran's Revolutionary Guards tested 14 missiles on Tuesday, the second day of war games intended a show of strength to the Islamic Republic's enemies in Israel and Washington. The Iranian-made surface-to-surface missiles, with a maximum range of 2,000 km (1,250 miles), were fired simultaneously at a single target, the official IRNA news agency reported.  














  • Report: Turkey tells West it might launch offensive against Syria


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    IDF: Some flotilla activists planning to kill soldiers

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    Bloomberg plans 'NYC I Do' campaign to attract gay couples, cash in on legal gay marriage law
    Gays can soon marry in New York - and Mayor Bloomberg wants them to say "I do" at the Empire State Building, Coney Island - or any other romantic spot in the five boroughs. "We'd love to have you come here," Hizzoner said Monday of the two-bride and two-groom couples who can start to marry here late next month. "Stay in a hotel. Buy flowers, clothes, meals or whatever. It's good for the economy." The city's tourism agency - NYC & Company - says the gay wedding industry could be worth millions of dollars to the city, triggering job...
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    Gay marriage decisions shows 'leadership,' Rudy Giuliani says of Andrew Cuomo

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    World economy set to face more frequent shocks

    In an updated and expanded version of the four horsemen of the apocalypse, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has identified five "global shocks" that will destabilise the world economy with increasing frequency in coming years. Rather than the traditional perils of conquest, war, famine and death, the OECD identifies viral pandemics, cyber attacks, financial crises, socio-economic unrest and geomagnetic storms as the five "global shocks" that will have to be endured. The OECD, which comprises the...
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    Nearly three quarters of Germans doubt the euro

    Nearly three quarters of Germans have little confidence in the euro, according to a poll released as the government readies to lead another rescue of debt-stricken Greece. Some 71 percent of those surveyed were doubtful about the common currency, a 5 percent rise from April, in the Allensbach Institute polling group’s survey for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sontagszeitung newspaper. Only one in five Germans polled expressed a high degree of faith in the euro, according to the survey. Two thirds also said they had doubts the...
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    Historic drought causes $3 billion loss in Texas

    (CBS News) CRAWFORD, Texas - It looks like harvest time in Texas, but for fourth-generation farmer Bert Gohlke it's actually a financial disaster. "It hurts, it hurts bad, it hurts real bad," Gohlke tells CBS News correspondent Don Teague. This could have been a great year for Gohlke - corn prices are near record highs. But instead of harvesting his 1,500 acres of corn, Gohlke is chopping it up into a feed called...
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    Supreme Court to decide whether police can attach GPS device to a car without a warrant

    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide whether police investigators seeking to build a criminal case may put a tracking device on a car without first obtaining a search warrant. The case, to be heard in the fall, figures to be a major test of the government's power to use electronic devices to...
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    Indians pay surgeons to turn girls into boys

    Madhya Pradesh state government is investigating claims that up to 300 girls were surgically turned into boys in one city after their parents paid about £2,000 each for the operations. Women's and children's rights campaigners denounced the practice as a "social madness" that made a "mockery of women in India". India's gender balance has...
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    'Meteorite' Lands On Cricket Pitch During County Match
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    Is the Massive Puerto Rico Trench Awakening?
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    Another Large Sink-hole in Luskville, Ontario - A section of Highway 148 near Luskville, Ont., is now a canyon 18 metres deep, a victim of Friday’s heavy rains.
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    VIDEO: Three Separate Nuclear Facilities Are In Danger
    NBC News June 27th, 2011 at 07:36 PM - “This has grown much more serious just in the last few hours” at Los Alamos nuke facility — Mandatory evacuations ordered — Fire Chief won’t say fire won’t go in lab.

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    YouTube: The Real News: Ft. Calhoun protection barier Collapses - part 2
    Remember the Army Corps of Engineers in the Katrina disaster? Their handy work levee was the cause of the problem, not the storm. If this dam breaks on purpose or accident there will be a major nuclear crisis in America worse than Fukushima with several flooded power plants and Omaha is already under a foot of water .....

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