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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Thursday, August 4, 2011

Ron Paul Sounds Alarm on 'Disturbing' Super Congress / Silent bank run hits Greece / HIV epidemic emerging in Middle East / South Korea adds to gold reserves / Rick Perry and the New Apostolic Reformation / Evidence of Nephilim? Giants in the Americas / Gold at $2,000 by year-end / Gerald Celente: “Economic Martial Law Will Be Declared” / Cassini Images Bizarre Hexagon on Saturn / U.S. debt shoots up $239 billion -- in one day! / Somalia famine spreads to three new regions / 'Freaked out' BBC reporter tells millions of radio listeners of the moment he faced a UFO on his way to work

NEWS: http://www.drudgereport.com/ - http://www.trunews.com/index.htm#newsblock - http://beforeitsnews.com/ - http://www.prophecyupdate.com/prophecy_news.htm - http://www.raptureready.com/rapnews_db.php - http://www.raidersnewsnetwork.com/ - http://www.trunews.com/index.htm#newsblock -

SAVAGE: America has been 'hoodwinked'...
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Ron Paul Sounds Alarm on 'Disturbing' Super Congress...
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Massive rout spells trouble for Wall St...
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Europe on Brink of 'Major Financial Collapse'...
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Silent bank run hits Greece... - Greece in panic as it faces change of Homeric proportions



Fear is driving a silent bank run in Greece – but some see the government's austerity plans as a chance to transform
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US Less Than 3 Years Away From Being Greece: Walker

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Europe's money markets freeze as crisis escalates in Italy and Spain


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Stocks tumble as growth, debt fears intensify
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Wall Street tumbles despite debt deal agreement

Fresh evidence that the US recovery is faltering, and fears over the need for possible bail-outs in Italy and Spain rocked investors’ confidence. They overshadowed the agreement to lift the $14.3 trillion (£8.2 trillion) debt ceiling in the US and highlighted how a second bail-out for Greece had not dampened fears over an escalating sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone. “You’re seeing a buyers’ strike,” Kenneth Polcari, managing director at ICAP Equities, told The Daily Telegraph on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. “It’s not panic but...
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Gold Crosses $1650 In Electronic Trade


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South Korea adds to gold reserves


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Debt-hit students urged to sell their kidneys

STUDENTS should be able to sell their kidneys for tens of thousands of pounds to pay off university debts, according to a Scots academic. Sue Rabbitt Roff believes making it legal to sell the body part would boost the number of organs available to save lives and help students struggling with money. She argues that donors should be paid the average UK annual income of around £28,000. It is currently illegal to sell organs and tissues in the UK under the Human Tissue Act (2004) and across the world apart from in Iran. The National Union of...
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Senate Panel Keeps ‘Secret Patriot Act’ Under Wraps

The secret Patriot Act is staying secret. Two Senators have been warning for months that the government has a secret legal interpretation of the Patriot Act so broad that it amounts to an entirely different law — one that gives the feds massive domestic surveillance powers, and keeps the rest of us in the dark about the snooping. “There is a significant discrepancy between what most Americans – including many members of Congress – think the Patriot Act allows the government to do and how government officials interpret that same law,..
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China extends surveillance into supermarkets, cinemas and classrooms

Beijing police have ordered supermarkets and shopping malls to install high-definition security cameras, as China continues its huge expansion in monitoring technology. The country has added millions of surveillance cameras over the last five years, part of a broader increase in domestic security spending. In May, Shanghai announced that a team of 4,000 monitor its surveillance feeds to ensure round-the-clock coverage. The south-western municipality of Chongqing has announced plans to add 200,000 cameras by 2014 because...
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U.S. prepares additional sanctions against Assad as Syria violence rages on

As violence in Syria escalates, U.S. officials say that the Obama administration is preparing additional sanctions against Syria. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met Tuesday with Syrian activists living in America and expressed her sympathy for the victims of the Assad regime's abuses. Clinton also
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Rick Perry and the New Apostolic Reformation

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Reservist call-up/ orders ready for September

The IDF has drawn up plans to issue emergency call-up orders to reservists who might be needed to beef-up security along Israel’s borders following a Palestinian unilateral declaration of statehood at the United Nations in September. IDF sources said the call-up orders would be issued per operational requirements, but that in the meantime...

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Calgary family comes to rescue as cougar attacks child

CALGARY — A six-year-old girl's family came to her rescue after a cougar attacked the child in Kananaskis Country west of Calgary during the long weekend, provincial authorities say. On July 31, the girl was walking with her family on a trail in Bow Valley Provincial Park. A cougar attacked and injured the child before her family was able to chase the animal away. The girl suffered minor...

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Evidence of Nephilim? Giants in the Americas

 

 

 

 

 

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Argentina: More Animal Mutilations     





















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Agenda 21 Targets Family Farms
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Satellite image detects plume drifting from Anak Krakatau
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Extreme Lightning Zone: Vivid Lightning Covers Sky Almost Every Night over Venezuela "Lake"?!
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Gold at $2,000 by year-end...
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'The coming crises of governments'...
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HIV Rates Up Significantly for Young Black Gay, Bi Men...
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GROUP CHARGED WITH 'CONSPIRACY' FOR SELLING UNPASTEURIZED MILK... Raw Food Raid: Armed Agents Bust Raw Milk & Cheese Sellers
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MSNBC INVESTIGATES: Are Tea Partiers 'delusional,' addicts?
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PALIN: If Tea Partiers were terrorists, Obama would pal around with us...
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Scientists find new superbug strain of salmonella...
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Sao Paulo council approves Heterosexual Pride Day...
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Europe on Brink of 'Major Financial Collapse': Guggenheim CIO
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Rep. Paul Introduces Bill To Cancel $1.6T In Debt Held By Federal Reserve
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Thailand, Russia Gold Holdings Rose in June-IMF Data
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Food Stamp Use Surges By Most In Years As Alabama Foodstamp Recipients Double In May
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Gerald Celente: “Economic Martial Law Will Be Declared”
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White House Insider: "Everyone Stunned At How Little Barack Obama Understands"
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Cassini Images Bizarre Hexagon on Saturn
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Robot Taught To Think For Itself


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U.S. debt shoots up $239 billion -- in one day!
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Gov't will borrow $72B next week...
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Obama, Bernanke out of ammo to boost jobs, growth...
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Scary Market Chart Pattern Suggests More Selling on Way...
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Economy struggles to find footing...
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Gold at $2,000 by year-end...
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Europe on Brink of 'Major Financial Collapse': Guggenheim CIO
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China Joins Russia in Blasting U.S. Borrowing After Debt Ceiling Agreement
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Somali famine spreads to three more areas, says UN
Three new areas of Somalia have been classified as having been hit by famine, the UN says. It declared a famine in two large southern regions of the war-torn country in July. "Famine is expected to spread across all regions of the south in the coming four to six weeks," said the UN Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit.  
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Professor Michio Kaku: Crop Circles Made With GPS, Lasers And Microwave OvensMichio Kaku, a popular author and professor of Theoretical Physics at the City College of New York, appeared Tuesday on Fox News to explain some theories about how crop circles are created. He said one way to make crop circles was to simply use a wooden board and some rope. “Now with GPS, lasers and microwave ovens, you can create intricate patterns as detailed as any you see in science fiction movies,” Kaku explained.
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Worries Of Mega-Tsunami ! 720 Earthquakes On El Hierro In One Week
“An unprecedented 720 earthquakes have been recorded on El Hierro, the smallest of the Canary Islands, during the past week,” says this article by Mark Dunphy. Described as a “significant increase in seismic activity,” the earthquake swarm has prompted the Canary Islands Government to convene the first ever meeting of the Steering Committee and Volcanic Monitoring. The National Geographic Institute (IGN) and Volcanological Institute of the Canary Islands is continuing to record scores of earthquakes, measuring between 1 and 3 on the Richter Scale, each day. The majority of earthquakes are being recorded at a depth of between 5km and 15 km.

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Israeli Government Rejects God From IDF Memorial Prayer
The ministerial committee on ceremonies and symbols said this week the wording of the Yizkor memorial prayer for fallen soldiers should return to its original version at state ceremonies. The prayer recited at the official state ceremony on Mount Herzl that marks the end of Memorial Day and the start of the Independence Day will begin "Yizkor Am Yisrael" ("May the people of Israel remember" ), not "Yizkor Elohim" ("May God remember" ), committee head MK Stas Misezhnikov (Yisrael Beiteinu ) said. The Yizkor controversy has been raging for two months, ever since the secretariat of the Israel Defense Forces' high command sent a letter to journalist Menashe Raz saying that "Yizkor Elohim" was the mandatory wording at army ceremonies.

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Mormons Building ‘Little Jerusalem’ In Rural Utah
After months of construction, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will begin filming 55 educational vignettes about Jesus’ life next week on a new movie set modeled mainly after biblical Jerusalem. The set — roughly a football-field-by-a-football-field in size near Goshen, south of Utah Lake — has been painstakingly erected by hundreds of workers in hope of bringing the holy city to life. A thick, gnarled fake olive tree, for Jesus to pray beside, sits at the end of a pathway in the replicated Garden of Gethsemane. Large, faux stone walls line a maze of city streets, crafted to look rough and weather-beaten. A dozen heavy steps lead up to Solomon’s Porch outside the Temple complex, which will be filled with 30-foot-high columns mimicking the actual 100-foot ones that stood in the ancient city.

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Audio: Do We Need The Third Temple Before The Sanhedrin?
As we approach Tisha B'Av, we mourn the destruction of both the First and the Second Holy Temples. How can we, with G-d's help, build the Third Temple? Shifra Hoffman interviews Rabbi Dov Meir Stein of the Nascent Sanhedrin about the halachic legality of ascending the Temple Mount today. Does the Temple need to be rebuild before a Sanhedrin can exist? Also, an interview with Levi Chazan of the Yeshiva of the Jewish Idea...

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Creepy Parahumans: Are We Closing In On Actual Human-Animal Research Disclosure?
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Start A 1-Acre, Self-Sufficient Homestead
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Transhumanists Believe We Also Have A Moral Responsibility To Genetically Upgrade Animals In Order To Redefine Personhood
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Gold May Climb Toward Record as Global Slowdown Increases Demand for Haven

Gold traded near an all-time high as investors sought a refuge from depreciating currencies amid concern the U.S. Federal Reserve may provide additional stimulus as the economic recovery falters. Immediate-delivery gold, which jumped to a record $1,672.80 an ounce yesterday, gained as much as 0.5 percent to $1,669.35, before trading at $1,662.05 at 2:36 p.m. in Singapore. Spot gold has rallied 2.4 percent this week as investors sought haven assets on concern that debt problems in the U.S. and Europe will slow growth...
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Italian PM Tries To Calm Financial Fears

Mr Berlusconi, 74, made his first public speech on the crisis that threatens to engulf the third-largest economy in the eurozone, after the markets had closed in a bid to halt stocks crashing further. He stressed that the country was suffering because of a "crisis in trust" and it had to be dealt with "coherently and firmly, ignoring nervousness in the markets". Mr Berlusconi - who has been embroiled in a series of sex scandals and is currently involved in four trials - dismissed opposition claims that his government was collapsing. He said: "The political system...
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Somalia famine spreads to three new regions

REUTERS - The famine gripping parts of southern Somalia has spread to three new areas of the country, with the entire south likely to be declared a famine zone within the next six weeks, the United Nations said on Wednesday. Acute malnutrition and death rates surpassed famine thresholds in the Balcad and Cadale districts of...
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Volcano watchers raise alert status for Mount Cleveland

Signs of lava at Mount Cleveland prompted volcanologists to raise their alert level Tuesday afternoon for the Aleutian Islands volcano. The Alaska Volcano Observatory reports "heightened or escalated unrest" and the possibility of an eruption at the 5,676-foot volcano, according to the observatory's website. Cleveland Volcano comprises the western half of...
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As Sun Storms Ramp Up, Electric Grid Braces for Impact

Storms are brewing about 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) away, and if one of them reaches Earth, it could knock out communications, scramble GPS, and leave thousands without power for weeks to months. The tempest is what's known as a solar storm, a flurry of charged particles that erupts from the sun. Under the right conditions, solar storms can create extra electrical...
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Neb. mine find to challenge China’s dominance of vital rare minerals

Elk Creek, Neb. (population 112), may not be so tiny much longer. Reports suggest that the southeastern Nebraska hamlet may be sitting on the world’s largest untapped deposit of “rare earth” minerals, which have proved to be indispensable to a slew of high-tech and military applications such as laser pointers, stadium lighting, electric car batteries and sophisticated missile-guidance systems. Canada-based Quantum Rare Earths Developments Corp. last week received preliminary results from...
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Air Force Suspends Christian-Themed Ethics Training Program Over Bible Passages

The Air Force has suspended a course that was taught by chaplains for more than 20 years because the material included Bible passages. The course, called “Christian Just War Theory” was taught by chaplains at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., and used Scripture from both the Old and New Testaments to show missile launch officers that it can be moral to go to war. But the watchdog group,..
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'Freaked out' BBC reporter tells millions of radio listeners of the moment he faced a UFO on his way to work

It's a radio station known for irreverent chat, where current affairs and topical discussion reign supreme. But Radio 5 Live took on a more otherworldly tone this morning when one of its own sports reporters claimed he had a close brush with a UFO. 'Freaked out' sports...
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Lentils and kidney beans 'cut bowel cancer risk' by up to a third

Eating pulses, brown rice, green vegetables and dried fruit could cut the risk of bowel cancer. People who consume pulses such as kidney beans or lentils at least three times a week reduce their risk of developing polyps – small growths in the lining of the bowel which can become cancerous – by a third, researchers say. Eating brown rice once a week cuts...

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