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, November 7, 2011

More Aftershocks Sunday, After Oklahoma's Largest Earthquake Saturday / IRAN ON NUKE BRINK / World's Biggest Banks Could Fail Stress Test-Ex-top banker sees "moral disaster" in market- Euro zone countries could split, says Goldman Sachs exec / Is the CIA "following" you on Twitter, Facebook? / Alien Genetic Takeover: The End of Humanity / Thailand floods: Bangkok evacuation widens


STILL SHAKING - More Aftershocks Sunday, After Oklahoma's Largest Earthquake Saturday
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80,000 Muslims pray on the street in Moscow
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Fists of fury: Two masked Russian protesters show their anger and growing resentment at Muslim migrants

Nazi-saluting in 'Take back Russia' protest
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The world's biggest banks - four of them British - have been told to undertake sweeping reforms, or risk failing critical stress tests. The financial stability board (FSB) has given the 29 banks, including Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB, HSBC and Barclays until next October to pass tests which would enable them to be safely dismantled if they went bust. They must also carry out far-reaching changes to prove they would not have to be supported by the Government if they did near collapse. The test stemmed from the collapse of Lehman...
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Ex-top banker sees "moral disaster" in market

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Euro zone countries could split, says Goldman Sachs exec


Portugal, Ireland, Finland and Greece could all pull out of the euro zone rather than operate under a single treasury, Jim O'Neill, whose division manages more than $800 billion (500 billion pounds) of assets, was cited as saying. He also called on the European Central Bank (ECB) to show more leadership to reassure "worried investors." "The Germans want more fiscal unity and much tougher central observation -- with the idea of a finance ministry," O'Neill said. "With that caveat, it is tough to see all countries that joined wanting to live with that
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End of the annual flu jab? Single vaccine 'could protect against all strains of the virus for life'


The prospect of a single flu vaccine that would protect against all strains of the virus for life has been revealed. Scientists working on the universal flu jab, known as Flu-v, are in the early stages of development but hope to offer a product to the NHS within three to five years. The company behind the drug, SEEK, will present the results of a small-scale clinical trial at the Influenza Congress in Washington DC on Tuesday. Results so far have shown that it can significantly reduce infection rates and also cut the severity of symptoms. Because flu...
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Is the CIA "following" you on Twitter, Facebook?


(CBS/AP) - In an anonymous industrial park in Virginia, the CIA is following tweets - up to 5 million a day. Now don't panic, chances are they're not "following" you. But the idea is that when rebels, militants, activists or diplomats broadcast information on Twitter or elsewhere, America's spies scoop it up. At the agency's Open Source Center, the analysts the CIA affectionately calls its "vengeful librarians" pore over all forms of social media in many different languages, from all over the world. The CIA studies and cross-references the material with clandestinely...
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Alien Genetic Takeover: The End of Humanity

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Thailand floods: Bangkok evacuation widens


Residents in more districts of the Thai capital have been warned to evacuate as flood water continues to move south towards the sea. The water has now reached the outskirts of the inner city, although the authorities are still battling to keep the commercial heart of Bangkok dry. Two more industrial estates are threatened, as well as the relocated flood emergency headquarters.
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Deadly mudslide strikes western Colombia


At least 24 people have died in landslides in the west of Colombia, rescue workers say. Sniffer dogs are searching for dozens of people feared buried under mud and rubble after their houses were washed away in the city of Manizales. Firefighters said heavy rain temporarily halted the search for survivors.
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Gorbachev: Pushing New World Order, World Government
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