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, November 3, 2011

UFO sighting at Arizona high school football game / CHAOS IN CALIFORNIA-'Occupy' Rallies Turn Violent-Cops, Protesters Clash in Seattle / Israel test-fires missile that could hit Iran / Greek Vote On Bailout Plan Due 'Within Weeks'-France, Germany demand decision / UK and U.S. 'draw up joint plan to attack Iran': Evidence of nuclear programme raises tension in Middle East / UK and U.S. 'draw up joint plan to attack Iran': Evidence of nuclear programme raises tension in Middle East / Soaring yields push Italy to the brink / Nicolas Sarkozy tells Greece: If you don't stick to the rules, leave the eurozone / U.S Army’s new soldier; A high-tech headless robot / Magma Plume All Around El Hierro (The Iron / El Hierro Has Largest Earthquake Since Eruption of Volcanic Opening, Preparedness Underway / Lutheran Church to Embrace Priestesses of Goddess Isis / All Eyes on Huge Asteroid Buzzing Earth on Nov. 8

Volcano's Q3 profits plunge 50 percent
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UFO sighting at Arizona high school football game
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Eerie UFO Sighting Continues to Haunt Me
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Is the apparent increase in UFO sightings linked to an attempt to prepare humanity for an orchestrated "War of the Worlds" scenario that can unite humanity to a planned One World Totalitarian State

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'Occupy' Rallies Turn Violent
---Police Tear Gas Oakland Protesters
--------Mob Runs Wild in City Streets
------------Shut Down Port, Attack Banks, ATMs
----------------Cops, Protesters Clash in Seattle
-----------------------Bloomberg Ready to 'Take Actions'
-------------------------------Peaceful Occupy protests degenerate into chaos

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Israel test-fires missile that could hit Iran
----NETANYAHU RALLIES SUPPORT FOR ATTACK
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Debt Increased $203B in Oct.: $650 For Every American
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Number of Americans on food stamps rises 8% to 45,800,000
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Greek Vote On Bailout Plan Due 'Within Weeks'
---Fears rising about impact of euro on daily life
-------France, Germany demand decision
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Israel raises fears of military action against Iran with missile test


The test came just hours after the Israeli prime minister was reported to have stepped up pressure on his cabinet to back military strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities. Indicating that a rapid reassessment of policy was under way, Israeli newspapers suggested that an attack could take place either before the onset of winter or in the summer of next year. The dramatic disclosures came as the Israeli defence ministry confirmed that it had fired "a rocket propulsion system" from its Palmach airbase after a white streak was spotted in the skies above the centre of the country early yesterday morning. The ministry, which insisted that the launch had been long-planned, censored further details. But western experts concluded that Israel had fired a Jericho-3 ballistic missile, which is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and could...
---Iran: Israel, US face heavy damage if they attack


Iran would cause serious damage to the United States and Israel should the latter launch an attack on the Islamic Republic, Iran's top military official said on Wednesday. The "Zionist regime's military attack against Iran," Chairman of Iran's Chief of Staff Maj.-Gen. Hassan Fayrouz Abadi said, would lead to "heavy damages to the US as well as [to the]...
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Standby: A convoy of mine-resistant U.S. tanks, pictured in Iraq, could now be deployed to Iran

Standby: A convoy of mine-resistant U.S. tanks, pictured in Iraq, could now be deployed to Iran

UK and U.S. 'draw up joint plan to attack Iran': Evidence of nuclear programme raises tension in Middle East


The UK and U.S. are drawing up plans to attack Iran amid growing tensions in the Middle East, it was claimed last night. Barack Obama and David Cameron are preparing for war after reports that Iran now has enough enriched uranium for four nuclear weapons. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s hardline regime in Tehran has been linked to three assassination plots on foreign soil, according to senior officials in Whitehall. Iran has come sharply back into focus following the end of the Libya conflict. And the unrest has been inflamed by sabre...
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See something, say something’ campaign coming to New York hotels


WASHINGTON - The Department of Homeland Security is putting hotel guests in New York and around the country on the lookout for terror. The agency's snazzy "See Something, Say Something" public service announcements, which encourage viewers to speak up when they see suspicious activity, started airing this week on hotel room welcome channels at more than 5,000 sites around the country. The Homeland Security Department licenses the slogan from its originator, the New York Metropolitan Transit Authority. Set at a train station,..
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Greece will be cut adrift if bail-out is refused, says EU


The Greek government is expected to be unable to pay wages for state workers and pensions next month without a planned injection of £8billion of EU cash. George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, met his French and German counterparts ahead of today's G20 summit of world leaders. Mr Papandreou has called a referendum on whether the Greek public supports the bail–out. The decision has plunged the rescue into turmoil. After more than two hours of tense talks in Cannes, Mr Papandreou announced that the referendum would probably be...
---EU leaders scramble to defuse Greek debt ‘bomb’


An emergency meeting of European leaders to discuss Greece’s ongoing debt crisis was held in the French city of Cannes on Wednesday evening. French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel summoned Greece’s George Papandreou to Cannes to provide clarity on his proposed referendum on the EU’s latest bailout deal, an unexpected move that took many by surprise. The special gathering preceded the two-day G20 global economic summit, which will start in Cannes on Thursday. The meeting is expected...
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Italy's 'shock therapy' as eurozone manufacturing buckles


Markit’s manufacturing index for Euroland dropped well below the break-even reading of 50 in October. The data for Italy plunged five points to 43.3, the biggest drop since the survey began in the 1990s. “Italy is a serious concern. Total and export new orders collapsed,” said Francois Cabau from Barclays Capital. Italy’s economy is almost certainly in a double-dip recession already, exacerbating the country’s fragile debt dynamics. Manufacturing data for the eurozone as a whole showed the fastest decline since mid-2009 in new orders and export orders...
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Soaring yields push Italy to the brink
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Nicolas Sarkozy tells Greece: If you don't stick to the rules, leave the eurozone


The Greek prime minister announced the decision in Cannes after Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy gave him an ultimatum that Greece had to “abide by the rules” of the Brussels bail-out agreement – “or leave the eurozone”. Mr Papandreou said that that “being part of the eurozone means having many rights and also obligations”. He said that the debt crisis deal agreed in Brussels a week ago would be “difficult” for Greece and while he “hoped for a yes vote” he wanted the “Greek people to speak”. He added: "I believe in benefits for growth,..
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Britain on alert for new super-flu


A NEW strain of killer flu which could spread to ­Britain within 24 hours is “one of the biggest biological threats of our time”, experts warned. The alert comes after people started to fall victim to seasonal flu and the more virulent swine flu at the same time. Such a rare incidence creates the risk of a lethal mutation, leading to an “ominous” super-flu virus for which humans have almost no immunity, said medical scientists. Dr Peter Hotez, a world-renowned infectious disease expert,..
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U.S Army’s new soldier; A high-tech headless robot


PETMAN is connected to the Pentagon and to the U.S. Defense and Research Agency. It is developed by Boston Dynamics robot. Petman is 175 centimeters long and weighs 80 kilograms. U.S. robotics design and engineering firm Boston Dynamics has been working on it for the last 3 years. The high-tech hydraulic robot can move in when a male soldier is physically unable.Of course, the PETMAN could use prosthesis...
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New Green Energy Scandal Rocking Obama Administration
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Magma Plume All Around El Hierro (The Iron
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El Hierro Has Largest Earthquake Since Eruption of Volcanic Opening, Preparedness Underway
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Another 34 Earthquakes Including a 3.9 Mag. Shakes El Hierro, Warning Against Eating Fish from the Area
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Strong Earthquake Rocks Mexican Pacific
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China 6.0 Quake Causes Hundreds of Homes to Collapse
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Lutheran Church to Embrace Priestesses of Goddess Isis
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2-Headed Snake Bred in Florida
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74-year-old Man Beaten to Death with Bat at Walmart
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Weird Spiral Star Discovered --14-Billion-Miles Wide
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All Eyes on Huge Asteroid Buzzing Earth on Nov. 8
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Syria unrest: Tanks 'open fire' in Homs


Tanks mounted with machine-guns have opened fire in the Syrian city of Homs, activists have reported. It comes a day after authorities in Damascus agreed to an Arab League plan calling on the government to pull the military out of cities. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the Baba Amr district of Homs came under heavy fire on Thursday.
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Egyptian helicopter invades Israel's airspace


An Egyptian helicopter on Sunday entered Israeli airspace without authorization, and refused to leave for 25 minutes, Yedioth Ahronoth reported on Thursday. The incident occurred at 5pm, when a mi-8 model helicopter crossed the Israeli-Egypt border near Eilat and continued to fly over the Negev. Four F-16 fighter jets were called up from Nevatim and Ovda airbases. The pilots attempted to contact the Egyptian pilot over the radio, but to no avail.
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UK: Gay couples to be allowed civil ceremonies in church
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US Food Stamp Usage Hits New Record












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