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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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, September 12, 2011

UFOs in Moscow on 09 09 2011 at 22 13 / Israel facing 'diplomatic tsunami' with Arab neighbors.../ One Dead in French Nuclear Blast.../ Banks bear brunt of Greek default fears / Euro-Zone Scenarios - German Finance Minister Prepares for Possible Greek Bankruptcy / US: Bill to move embassy to Jerusalem gains force / The next Archbishop of Canterbury was inducted as an honorary white druid yesterday / Mount Cleveland Volcano Continues Building Massive Dome


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Two UFOs described hovering southwest of Nashville
Examiner.com
Tennessee is a current UFO ALERT 5 rating, with a low number of UFO sightings nationally. Tennessee had 7 reports in July 2011 - while California had 54 UFO reports - the highest reporting state in the nation. You can read more details about other ...
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Pilot Reports Clear View of Very Bright Triangle UFO
UFODigest
A Pennsylvania pilot reports getting a clear view of the bottom of a "very bright orange," rectangle-shaped UFO "with fuzzy edges" as it moved silently overhead between 1000 and 1500 feet on September 1, 2011, moving northwest over Upper Bucks County, ...
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Triangle UFO near Mount Carmel, Indiana was second sighting for witness
Examiner.com
The object's lighting was familiar as this was a second triangle UFO sighting for the witness. "Another familiar part of this sighting was that it had no sound whatsoever, even at its closest distance and as it was moving away from me (if it was a jet, ...
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Developer to solve sinkhole woes in Forks Township neighborhood
Lehighvalleylive.com
By Pamela Sroka-Holzmann | The Express-Times A developer has agreed to fill in sinkholes affecting about 20 homeowners in the Penn's Ridge development in Forks Township. The homeowners last week crowded the board of supervisors meeting asking ...
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Israel facing 'diplomatic tsunami' with Arab neighbors...
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One Dead in French Nuclear Blast...
---'Risk of Radioactive Leak'...
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Investors Brace as Europe Crisis Flares Up Again...
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Banks bear brunt of Greek default fears
Mounting fears over the possibility of a Greek debt default and signs of division within Europe's policymaking circles over how to deal with the crippling crisis combined Monday to send bank stocks sharply lower. 
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Iran hit by massive '$2.6 bn banking scam'
Several Iranian banks have been targeted in one of the biggest frauds in the Islamic republic's history, losing nearly $2.6 billion in more than two years, media reports said Sunday. The fraud was reportedly orchestrated by a single man, referred to as "Mr X" in Iranian media, who developed a network and used forged letters of credit to purchase assets, including one of Iran's largest steel production companies, Khuzestan Steel Company.  
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Israel's diplomatic ties with Egypt down to bare minimum
The rioting at the Israeli embassy in Cairo over the weekend revealed the enormous difficulties in relations between Israel and Egypt in the post-Mubarak era. The fact that no direct contact was established during the incident with the head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, and that Israel was forced to rely on the U.S. in relaying messages to Egypt, are proof of the depth of the problem. 
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Floods bring chaos to India and Pakistan
More than a million people have been displaced and at least 16 killed as floods in India's Orissa state submerged entire villages, officials say. Heavy monsoon rains submerged about 2,600 villages across 19 districts. Meanwhile more rain has been forecast in Pakistan's southern Sindh province where, officials say, 199 people have died over the last two weeks.  
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Global stock markets down on debt fears as euro falls
Stock markets have slumped and the euro has fallen on fears that Greece may default on its debts. London's FTSE 100 index was down 2.5%, France's Cac 40 dropped 5% and Germany's Dax was 3.5% lower. Bank shares led the falls. The euro fell to a 10-year low against the yen, and investors poured into German bonds in a flight to safety.
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'Palestinian UN statehood bid popular in Europe'
The majority of Europeans in the UK, France and Germany believe that their government should vote in favor of recognizing a Palestinian state at the UN later this month, British newspaper the Guardian reported Monday according to an opinion poll. The poll, conducted by YouGov on behalf of Avaaz, an organization that has been petitioning in support of the Palestinian statehood bid, showed that 59 percent in the UK favored statehood recognition in the UN, while in France and Germany the figures were higher at 69% and 71%, respectively.  
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Texas Wildfire, Drought Called Worst in Recent Years
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Germany and Greece flirt with mutual assured destruction

First we learn from planted leaks that Germany is activating "Plan B", telling banks and insurance companies to prepare for 50pc haircuts on Greek debt; then that Germany is “studying” options that include Greece's return to the drachma. German finance minister Wolfgang Schauble has chosen to do this at a moment when the global economy is already flirting with double-dip recession, bank shares are crashing, and global credit strains are testing Lehman levels. The recklessness is breath-taking. If it is a pressure tactic to force Greece to submit to EU-IMF demands of yet further austerity, it may instead bring mutual assured destruction. "Whoever thinks that Greece is an easy scapegoat, will find that this eventually turns against them, against the hard core of the eurozone," said Greek...
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Euro-Zone Scenarios - German Finance Minister Prepares for Possible Greek Bankruptcy
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World at risk of second financial heart attack

Policy makers from the major developed economies are all reading from the same script these days. Conditions may be deteriorating rapidly, but don’t worry. Our fearless leaders stand ready to intervene with their usual “strong and co-ordinated response.” That was the formal message from the latest gathering of Group of Seven finance ministers and central bank chiefs in Marseilles over the weekend. But the informal message was that, in the event things go from bad to worse and we get stuck in the Great Recession Part 2, they stand equally...
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US: Bill to move embassy to Jerusalem gains force

A bill circulating in the US House of Representatives that would strip the president of his power to waive a law requiring him to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem is gaining traction and bipartisan support amid a groundswell of Christian support for the measure. The proposal, which comes as the Palestinians prepare to unilaterally seek recognition of an independent state at the United Nations next week, serves to highlight the fruition of faith-based diplomacy at a time of increasing Israeli isolation in the diplomatic arena. Successive US...
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Religious leaders say best hope for peace begins when world's faith traditions unite

Some say it was fanatical faith that led to the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. Denver's religious leaders said on the 10th anniversary that the best hope for peace begins with the world's faith traditions coming together. In service of that ideal, representatives of the three Abrahamic faiths — Judaism, Islam and Christianity — gathered at St. John's Cathedral Sunday to have "Conversations That Matter" and "A Multifaith Service of Remembrance Healing and Hope." "I don't know that any of this accomplishes anything," said participant Ann Kelly,..
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Trunews flashback....August 6, 2002: Dr. Rowan Williams becomes a Druid

The next Archbishop of Canterbury was inducted as an honorary white druid yesterday at an open-air ceremony in Wales reminiscent of a scene from a Monty Python sketch. Dr Rowan Williams, dismissing suggestions that he was dabbling in paganism, joined blue-hooded druids ranked behind a golden harp to be admitted...
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14,000 rounds of ammunition missing from Fort Bragg

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Do zoo animals forecast quakes, other disasters?

In the dead of night, dogs howl. Snakes slither away in droves. Moments later, an earthquake upends the landscape. No one sees it coming - no human, that is. Can animals sense disaster before it strikes? It's a mystery that dates from antiquity to the present. Seconds before a 5.8 quake jolted the East Coast in August, apes and birds at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., reportedly shrieked, scurried to higher ground and huddled together. So what about the Bay Area,..
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Mount Cleveland Volcano Continues Building Massive Dome

CHUGINADAK ISLAND, ALASKA-Mount Cleveland, a strato-volcano perched on Chuginadak island, has had its Volcano Alert status raised back up to "Watch" and its Aviation code re-raised to "Orange." This comes as observations of the volcano yesterday that the previously much smaller lava dome in the summit crater has resumed growth and now fills the floor of the crater. A persistent...
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Minor earthquake awakes some West Texans

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4.4 magnitude earthquake shakes Snyder
LubbockOnline.com
The US Geological Survey received more than 200 reports from Snyder alone from people claiming they'd felt the earthquake. Most in Snyder reported the earthquake's intensity level at a 4 on a 10-point scale, producing light shaking but no damage. ...

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