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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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

ufo ? 12 11 2011 strange lights over cancun HD / 50-person mob shoplifts at 7-ELEVEN / Russian warships off Syria, US carriers near Iran / MF Global trustee doubles estimates of shortfall / Bilderberg Leader Mario Monti Takes Over Italy in “Coup” / Sinkholes raise serious questions-Chinese cities sinking! / San Pedro Landslide Gets Worse / Scientists to Place New Earthquake Monitors in Georgia / UN Sign at the Grand Canyon / Wall Street Analysts Everywhere: The World Is Ending


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CHARGE: TSA worker sexually assaults woman
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Egyptians expect to 'see a lot of bloodshed'
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San Francisco Federal Reserve Employee Admits Fed is a Private Corporation that Pays Dividends to Shareholders
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Popocatepetl Volcano in Mexico Is Discharging A Plume Of Ash 3Km Into The Air

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China syndrome inevitable says architect of Fukushima Reactor No. 3 — Warns of massive hydrovolcanic explosion — Melted fuel inevitably sank underground

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Real-Life Minority Report: Analytics Assist Police In Detecting Crime
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Russian hacker triggers Illinois Water Pump Burnout


Federal authorities are investigating a hack that resulted in the burnout of a water pump at the Curran-Gardner Township Public Water District in Illinois. Located west of Springfield, Ill., the utility serves about 2,200 customers. A hacker apparently exploited a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system that managed the water pump and set the pump to continually turn on and off. Only after the pump failed, earlier this month, did plant operators discover that their systems had been exploited, apparently in September. The attack appeared to have been launched from a server based in Russia. Federal authorities said they're investigating the attack, but offered no specifics about the exploit. "DHS and the FBI are gathering facts surrounding the report of a water pump failure in Springfield, Illinois
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Russian warships off Syria, US carriers near Iran


Big power gunboat diplomacy is in full spate in the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf. Washington is underscoring its military option against Iran's nuclear program, while Russia is demonstrating its resolve to prevent NATO attacking Syria after Libya and defending Bashar Assad's regime. Monday, Nov. 21, Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov accused Western nations of "political provocation" by urging the Syrian opposition to refuse to negotiate a settlement with Assad. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, for his part, advised...
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Canada-U.S. security deal to be unveiled in December


OTTAWA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama are poised to unveil their long-promised border security agreement in Washington in early December. The deal comes after lengthy behind-the-scenes negotiations involving a new plan that will see both governments co-operate and share more information as they adopt a "perimeter security" approach to the border. Here in Canada, where the issue has been simmering for months, opposition parties, business leaders and privacy advocates are gearing up for the...
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Israel to equip schools with biometric location systems


Bezeq International announced Sunday that it will install ‘cloud model’ biometric location transmitters in every Israeli elementary school. The company refused to reveal the cost of the deal, but emphasized that it was a significant tender totaling tens of millions of shekels. Once the system is installed, more than 160,000 teachers and 4,500 schools will be required to report using the system. The system was installed in a few hundred schools in the last two months and the entire installation project will be completed within a year and a half.
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MF Global trustee doubles estimates of shortfall


The news was a blow to customers still hoping to get more of their cash out of frozen broker accounts and raised new questions about why the authorities managed to locate only about 60 percent of the segregated customer funds three weeks after the parent firm's October 31 bankruptcy. "I'm flabbergasted," said Tom Ward, a retired Chicago Board of Trade member whose two sons cleared their futures trades through MF Global and have been blocked from accessing their money. "The bottom line is, there's going to be a haircut involved.
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35 Seconds Of TV Air Time Explaining Why Austria's AAA Rating Is Doomed

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Bilderberg Leader Mario Monti Takes Over Italy in “Coup”


Italy’s new Prime Minister Mario Monti (with wife at left), who rose to power in what critics called a “coup d’etat,” is a prominent member of the world elite in the truest sense of the term. In fact, he is a leader in at least two of the most influential cabals in existence today: the secretive Bilderberg Group and David Rockefeller’s Trilateral Commission. Nicknamed “Super Mario,” Monti is also an...
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Sinkholes raise serious questions


It was a sight no one has ever recalled seeing in Georgetown in at least six decades. The earth opened up and swallowed part of a building near the city’s Historic District late Thursday night. Other buildings also received some damage as a result of sink holes that have been forming since late October. Thursday night, Parrish Place — which houses the UPS Store and other businesses on Highway 17 — collapsed. There had been a rather large sinkhole in the...
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Chinese cities sinking!

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San Pedro Landslide Gets Worse
CHINA'S rapid development has emphasised both the need for and problems associated with the extraction of groundwater for human consumption. In coastal cities such as Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong and Shanghai, where the groundwater accounts for 70% of the total water supply, saltwater intrusion has led to the contamination of fresh groundwater and in some instances the inability to irrigate important...
 
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Rare Mid-November Tropical Storm South of Mexico
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Scientists to Place New Earthquake Monitors in Georgia
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Alert: Over 300% Higher Than Normal Radiation Levels Recorded in California
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Solid Proof That Weather Modification Projects Are Being Conducted All Over the U.S
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UN Sign at the Grand Canyon

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Wall Street Analysts Everywhere: The World Is Ending
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1 Through 30 – The Coming U.S. Financial Crisis By The Numbers
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Germany Tightens Screws on 'Isolated' Britain as Tensions Soar
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Survivalists Fear Currency Crash
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If There Is a Run on the Banks, Know Who to Blame
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Why Is There a Rapture of the Church

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