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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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Pentagon spending bill includes sweeping detention measures / Euro in a tailspin: Rescue deal for single currency under threat as markets take a fright / S&P puts Sun Life on negative watch / NASA's Landsat finds problems under Yellowstone's Old Faithful / George Washington's Masonic apron discovered in Shepherdstown, West Virginia....."Hidden in plain sight" / Dangerous Weather Alert UK as Winds Hit 230 mph / Mark of the Beast – Dawning of Worldwide Human Tracking System - Implantable RFID Chips-Google Promotes Implantable RFID Microchips /

Infant Develops H1N2, Rare Strain Of H1N1 -- Only 2nd Case Ever...
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Next International Criminal Court prosecutor pledges to prosecute sexual and gender crimes

NEW YORK — The next chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court pledged Tuesday to strengthen efforts to bring to justice the perpetrators of sexual and gender crimes. A day after her election by the 119 countries that support the tribunal, Gambian lawyer Fatou Bensouda said too often gender crimes go unreported and unpunished and the victims are trivialized, denigrated, threatened and silenced, which enables the abuses to continue unimpeded. In its first cases, she said, the ICC has sent the message that this is no longer acceptable and must stop. The International Criminal Court, which began operating in 2002, is the world’s first permanent war crimes tribunal. It is a court of last resort, stepping in only when countries are unwilling or unable to prosecute alleged war crimes, crimes against...
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US units exiting Iraq deployed in Jordan to forestall Syrian attack

As the US completes its final withdrawal from Iraq, American special forces troops have been diverted to positions in Jordan opposite a Syrian tank concentration building up across the kingdom's northern border, debkafile's military and intelligence sources report. As of last Thursday, military convoys, air transports and helicopters have been lifting US troops across the border from Iraq. They have been deployed in position to ward off a possible Syrian invasion in the light of President Bashar Assad's warning that he would set the entire...
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Last secret door of Great Pyramid 'to be opened in 2012', says British company

The secret gates at the heart of the Great Pyramid may be opened for the first time in 2012, a British robot company believes - solving a mystery that has puzzled archaeologists since 1872. Scoutek UK had already begun exploring behind the gates earlier this year - and produced the first-ever images from behind the gates using a 'micro snake' robot. But the exploration was halted by the recent unrest in Egypt. Expedition leader Shaun Whitehead said, 'I'm very confident we can resume work in 2012.' Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities...
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Pentagon spending bill includes sweeping detention measures

Even American citizens arrested in the United States could face perpetual detention in military prisons without charge or trial under draconian new presidential powers unless Barack Obama vetoes a massive Pentagon spending bill. The sweeping new “antiterrorist” measures could also ensnare Canadians or other foreigners picked up in the United States or overseas. “The homeland is part of the battlefield and people can be held without trial whether an American citizen or not,” said Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, one of the...
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Catholic parents fear Ontario’s anti-bullying bill means accepting gay lifestyle

A private group of Catholic parents is worried Ontario’s proposed anti-bullying legislation, Bill 13, will force the religious schools their children attend to change fundamental Church teachings on homosexual behaviour. “Our concern is that this anti-bullying legislation is meant to bring a change in the Catholic curriculum,” said Teresa Pierre, director of Ontario Catholic Parent Advocates, which wants to see Bill 13 dropped. “We are concerned about the potential erosion of Catholic principles. “The province’s goal is to change Catholic social...
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Wave of panic cash withdrawals sweeps Latvia after false rumours of Swedbank bankruptcy hit social networks

Latvia was yesterday struggling to control a mass wave of panic cash withdrawals from the country’s biggest bank, Swedbank, following a rash of false social media network rumours which claimed that the Swedish-owned lending group was going bankrupt. More than 126 of Swedbank’s 298 Latvian cash machines were reported to have run out of notes yesterday after anxious account holders withdrew in excess of 10 million Lats – the equivalent of £12m million- over the weekend and on Monday. Long lines formed in front of Swedbank cash...
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Euro in a tailspin: Rescue deal for single currency under threat as markets take a fright

Stock markets across Europe slid into the red today and currency traders buffeted the euro as doubts grew over whether last week's European Union deal can stem the immediate debt crisis. Markets were put additionally on the back foot by the Federal Reserve, which last night warned Europe's sovereign debt crisis could hurt the U.S. economy but failed to signal fresh action to stimulate growth. That sent Wall Street shares into reverse and the FTSE 100 index reacted today by slipping 36.11 points to 5,454.0. The leading German and French indices were...
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German Bank 'Seeking A Second Bailout'

Germany's second largest bank, Commerzbank, is reportedly in discussions with the German government about a bailout after regulators said it needed to raise more money to cope with a potential default on its loans to governments. "Intense talks" have been going on for several days, according to sources who spoke to the news agency Reuters. Several people familiar with the matter told the agency that the aim was to reach an agreement in principle by the Christmas holidays. Commerzbank told Sky News it does not comment on market...
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S&P puts Sun Life on negative watch
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'Fountains' of methane 1,000m across erupt from Arctic ice - a greenhouse gas 30 times more potent than carbon dioxide

The Russian research vessel Academician Lavrentiev conducted a survey of 10,000 square miles of sea off the coast of eastern Siberia. They made a terrifying discovery - huge plumes of methane bubbles rising to the surface from the seabed. 'We found more than 100 fountains, some more than a kilometre across,' said Dr Igor Semiletov, 'These are methane fields on a scale not seen before. The emissions went directly into the atmosphere.' Earlier research conducted by Semiletov's team had concluded that the amount of methane currently...
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NASA's Landsat finds problems under Yellowstone's Old Faithful

Yellowstone National Park - NASA's Landsat satellites have been tracking Yellowstone's underground geothermal activity, a deep heat that is stored 4,000 miles into the earth's core. But there are areas where these energy levels are becoming erratic. Old Faithful could be in trouble. The Landsat Program is jointly managed by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey, beginning its services of remote sensing in 1972. It became part of the...
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George Washington's Masonic apron discovered in Shepherdstown, West Virginia....."Hidden in plain sight"

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — A Masonic apron given to George Washington in 1784 by the Marquis de Lafayette was the guest of honor Sunday at the 200th birthday celebration of the local Masonic lodge. The apron came home for a day. It decorated a wall in the upstairs...
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Alexander Graham Bell speaks from the 1880s: 'Oh no!'

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Mark of the Beast – Dawning of Worldwide Human Tracking System - Implantable RFID Chips

Google Promotes Implantable RFID Microchips from Now The End Begins on Vimeo.
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