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 11, 2011

White House Cleanses Israel from Its Website / First Time in History: Gold Rockets Past $1800 / Futures already looking down again / IDF bracing for possible border tensions after UN vote on Palestinian state / Lava dome slowly grows in erupting Aleutian volcano / Several Objects Inbound with Elenin / Preparing for an apocalypse in America

NEWS: http://drudgereport.com/ - http://standeyo.com/ - http://www.jungleapocalypse.com/ - http://www.trunews.com/index.htm#newsblock - http://beforeitsnews.com/

DRAMATIC RESCUE ON TOP OF 30 ROCK...
Man threatens to jump off NBC building...

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56 air conditioners stolen from university...
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Man arrested by TSA with 4th Amendment on chest says constitutional rights violated...
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Obama Considers Becoming National Landlord
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White House Cleanses Israel from Its Website
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Dow Plunges Another 500+
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First Time in History: Gold Rockets Past $1800
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Futures already looking down again  - http://www.cnbc.com/id/17689937/site/14081545/
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MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan Has Meltdown Over The Meltdown
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Hacker Group Anonymous Vows to Destroy Facebook on November 5
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Straight-line wind speeds recorded Monday at Lahoma in Garfield County were as powerful as an EF-1 tornado and a Category 2 hurricane. The Oklahoma Mesonet recorded winds at 96 mph during Monday night’s thunderstorm. Wind speeds with EF-1 tornadoes are between 86 and 110 mph, and 95 mph is the highest wind speed in Category 1 hurricanes. “What we saw yesterday can be more damaging than a weak tornado in many cases,” said forecaster Marc Austin with the National Weather…
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Rising fears sink shares of global banks

Mounting concerns over the potential fallout of Europe’s debt crisis and the prospect of squeezed profits from low interest rates are slamming the shares of the world’s banks. Not only are there fears of the potential impact of the debt troubles, but also the new reality of at least two more years of low rates in the United States, which will further pressure thinning lending margins. Investors are looking ahead to 2012, when a slowing economy is expected to take a deep toll on profits in the financial sector. As the debt woes in the 17-member euro zone spread beyond just the smaller countries, some of the world’s major banks have tried to calm concerns about contagion by emphasizing how much better capitalized they are today as compared with the crisis of three years ago. But investors have instead focused...
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Extreme Turmoil Prompts Shift From Top Central Banks
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Weaker euro states could lose local banks
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France new fear factor

Stocks suffered crushing losses again on Wednesday as worries escalated France could get sucked into the eurozone debt crisis, sending bank shares on both sides of the Atlantic plummeting. The focus on France started after rumours began circulating the country could be next in line to lose its AAA credit rating, following the downgrade of United States by Standard & Poor’s last Friday. French bond yields spiked on the news, causing the spread between the country’s 10-year bonds and 10-year German bunds to climb to a record 87 basis...
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Nicolas Sarkozy pledges drastic austerity measures as French bank shares crash
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Poll: Majority of public has lost faith in government ability to fix economy

Barely one in four Americans has confidence that the federal government has the ability to fix economic problems, and most share Standard & Poor’s indictment of the country’s policy-making process, according to a new Washington Post poll. The spreading lack of confidence is matched by an upsurge in dissatisfaction with the country’s political system and a widespread sense that S&P’s characterization of U.S. policy-making as increasingly “less stable, less effective and less predictable” is a fair one. The results have sharp edges for both...
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Would-be terrorists looking to capitalize on U.K. riots

NEW YORK — Islamist extremists are trying to capitalize on the riots engulfing Britain, calling on their followers to help incite further violence so that a terror attack can be launched amid the chaos. Via “jihadist” websites, the extremists say English-fluent Muslims should infiltrate social media with messages that encourage the rioters so that the police remain “preoccupied” by the disturbances, according to the Washington-based monitoring group SITE. The extremists are characterizing the violence as “useful” for London-based terror cells, saying the...
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Police tell public rioters can be hit with weapons if they pose a danger
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London riots: Mobs on rampage in the Cotswolds

Up to 60 people, some with their faces covered, tore through the streets, smashing shop windows and pelting police with rocks and bottles. A few hundred yards from the Norman cathedral, mobs set fire to a former art college, while elsewhere two cars and several waste bins were set ablaze. The disorder spread to other towns, with a second night of violence in Bristol and trouble reported in Cambridge, Cardiff and Banbury. In Gloucester’s central Eastgate shopping area, the Argos, HMV and Primark stores were all reported...
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IDF bracing for possible border tensions after UN vote on Palestinian state

The Israel Defense Forces is readying for possible engagement with the Syrian military in September, should the latter involve itself in new attempts by Palestinians in Syria to storm the border with the Golan Heights in connection with a UN vote on recognizing a Palestinian state. The IDF acknowledges
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North Korea orders assassination attempt on South's defense minister

A team of North Korean assassins in the South has embarked on a mission to kill Minister of National Defense Kim Kwan-jin, the JoongAng Ilbo reported Tuesday citing senior government officials. “The South Korean and U.S. intelligence communities and militaries have obtained information that the North’s assailants are working in the South to assassinate Kim,” an official was quoted in the JoongAng Ilbo, which broke...
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Lava dome slowly grows in erupting Aleutian volcano

The lava dome on an erupting volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands chain is growing slowly but has not shown any explosive behavior that would generate ash plumes. Stephen McNutt with the Alaska Volcano Observatory said Wednesday the Mount Cleveland volcano on an uninhabited island is emitting a light steam from the crater. He says commercial airlines traveling over the...
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Centuries-old church unearthed in Mugla

Researchers working at Stratonikeia in the southwestern province of Mugla have discovered a 1,675-year-old church following recent excavations, according to the leader of the dig. “We found a church made in 325 B.C., and we discovered that this church was destroyed and made again from the ruins,” said Bilal Sögüt, a scholar at Pamukkale University Archaeology Department in the nearby province of Denizli. “We plan to reveal...
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UFO files: Huge flying jellyfish spotted over Scotland

The National Archives' latest batch of "alien activity", released yesterday, reveals sightings by the Scottish public, newspaper reports and official inquiries. The register shows that there were 61 reports between 2002 and 2006 alone. The also include a "glowing white flashing light" seen over St Andrews on the evening of New Year's Day 2002,..
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Several Objects Inbound with Elenin
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Strong earthquake hits Philippine island of Dalupiri, no damage reported
Channel 6 News Online
DALUPIRI ISLAND, PHILIPPINES (BNO NEWS) -- A strong earthquake struck the Philippine island of Dalupiri on late Thursday morning, seismologists said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. The 6.0-magnitude earthquake at 10.56 am ...
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Magnitude4.2
Date-Time
Location13.579°N, 102.536°W
Depth15 km (9.3 miles)
RegionOFF THE COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
Distances460 km (285 miles) SSW of Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico
461 km (286 miles) SW of Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
485 km (301 miles) S of Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, Mexico
739 km (459 miles) SSW of MEXICO CITY, D.F., Mexico
Location Uncertaintyhorizontal +/- 35 km (21.7 miles); depth +/- 10.1 km (6.3 miles)
ParametersNST= 33, Nph= 33, Dmin=613.4 km, Rmss=1.73 sec, Gp=284°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=5
Source
  • Magnitude: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
    Location: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
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    Earthquake swarms reported off North coast of Iceland
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