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, July 23, 2012

Debt crisis: Greek economy is in a ‘Great Depression’ says Samaras / US 10-Year Treasury Yield Drops to Record Low... / Marine Corps creates law enforcement battalions... / 'Minority Report' software hits the real world... / Syria says will use chemical weapons if attacked... / Deadly virus forces closure of schools across South East Asia / Bachmann sticking to her story about Muslim Brotherhood ties inside State Department / TEPCO subcontractor used lead to fake dosimeter readings at Fukushima plant


GROUND ZERO SPECIAL REPORT – POSSIBLE LINKS BETWEEN DENVER AIRPORT MURAL AND AURORA COLORADO MASSACRE! 

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Today billionaire Eric Sprott spoke with King World News about his greatest fear. Sprott literally shocked KWN by saying, “My biggest black swan, Eric, is that I think I’ll be right one day. My worry is that one day they just shut everything down.” Sprott, who is Chairman of Sprott Asset Management,...
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Today Egon von Greyerz told King World News, “The world is simply drowning in debt.” Greyerz, who is founder and managing partner at Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, also said, “This is why it is guaranteed that governments will print money,” and that “Prices of hard assets will go...
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Two former Oklahoma Highway Patrol troopers have paid for a billboard in East Tulsa that is getting a lot of attention, and is sure to cause some controversy. News On 6 anchor Lori Fullbright reports the men are calling themselves outraged patriots, and say they've had enough of illegal immigrants.
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Mudslides in Austria leave 1 dead and isolates dozens of villages

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Beijing swamped with heaviest rainfall in 60 years- 37 dead, 50,000 forced evacuations

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Debt crisis: Greek economy is in a ‘Great Depression’ says Samaras
---U.S. poverty levels on track to rise to highest since 1960s
-------US 10-Year Treasury Yield Drops to Record Low...
----------Fed looks at third round of pumping; Open-ended...
---------Earnings Show Recession May Be 'Fast Approaching'...
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Marine Corps creates law enforcement battalions...
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'Minority Report' software hits the real world...
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A Potential Olympic Bloodbath
Alan CarubaFull Story
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European shares pummeled on Spain bailout speculation
Reuters
FTSEurofirst 300 down 2.1 pct, Euro STOXX 50 down 1.9 pct. * Investors worried Spain may need bailout as regions struggle. * Euro zone banking index falls to all-time trough. * Italy's FTSE MIB hits euro-era low on contagion fears. By Francesco Canepa ...
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Syria says will use chemical weapons if attacked...
---Two hours for Syrian chemical weapons to reach Lebanon. Four armies prepared
The IDF, the Turkish and Jordanian armies and US Middle East forces have switched to preparedness mode in the last few hours in case the Syrian chemical weapons arsenal starts moving west toward Lebanon, debkafile’s military sources report. Acting in unison, those armies are on the ready for instantaneous action because it would take no more than two hours to cover the distance from Syria to the Hizballah-controlled Bakaa Valley of east Lebanon. Their arrival there, unless thwarted, would mean a war on Hizballah. Therefore Israeli and US...
-------Israel ‘will have to strike’ if Syrian weapons are moving to Hezbollah, says top analyst
----------Turkey sends missile batteries to Syria border
AFP - Turkey sent batteries of ground-to-air missiles to the border with Syria on Sunday, media reports said, boosting its firepower as rebels in Syria seized several border posts. As fighting raged in Damascus and Aleppo, rebels were said to have taken control of three crossing points on the border with Turkey, which is sheltering thousands of Syrians who have fled the conflict at home. A train convoy carrying several batteries of missiles arrived in Mardin in southeastern Turkey and will be transferred to several army units deployed on the border, according...
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UN Arms Trade Treaty Update: Tom Mason – World Forum of the Future of Sport Shooting Activities

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Deadly virus forces closure of schools across South East Asia

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Debt crisis: IMF ‘suppressed signs that Europe was facing debt crisis’

Peter Doyle, an economist in the IMF’s European department, also used the letter to attack the appointment of Christine Lagarde, the fund’s managing director. The allegations are particularly embarrassing coming from someone who until last month was a senior official at the Washington-based institution and at a time when Europe’s debt crisis shows little sign of easing. “The substantive difficulties in these crises, as with others, were identified well in advance but suppressed here (at the IMF),” Mr Doyle wrote in the letter to Shakour...

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London Trader - The LBMA Gold Price Fixing Scheme Is Over
---This Is Why Central Banks Continue To Scramble For Gold
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Obama wishes a blessed Ramadan for Muslims worldwide

US President Barack Obama wished Muslims around the world a blessed Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, in an official statement released on Friday. The president said: “For Muslims, Ramadan is a time of fasting, prayer, and reflection; a time of joy and celebration. It's a time to cherish family, friends, and neighbors, and to help those in need.” In his Ramadan message, Obama also underlined the importance of the holy month for Muslims in the Middle East and North Africa, who, according to him, “are courageously achieving democracy and self...
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Bachmann sticking to her story about Muslim Brotherhood ties inside State Department

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Shock revelation: City of Aurora, Colorado would have arrested anyone who stopped the Batman massacre with a concealed weapon
---'Dark Knight Rises' shooting: Three heroes died in Aurora taking bullets for their girlfriends
-------Mayor Michael Bloomberg demands action on gun control, says ‘somebody’s got to do something’
Mayor Bloomberg again called out President Obama and presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney to put up or shut up on gun control. “Expressing sympathy is nice,” Bloomberg said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “But somebody’s got to do something.” He said Romney had passed a ban on assault weapons while he was governor of Massachusetts and President Obama had promised to renew the federal ban which expired in 2004. “The governor has apparently changed his views and the president has spent the last three years trying to avoid the...
------------UN arms treaty aims at terror, but puts Second Amendment in crosshairs
UNITED NATIONS – American Second Amendment rights and U.S. foreign policy interests could be directly threatened by the latest wording of a United Nations draft treaty seeking control over international trade in conventional weapons, FoxNews.com has learned. A U.S. delegate argued against the provisions during closed-door talks Friday, but insiders close to the proceedings say UN approval of a final document by the self-imposed July 27 deadline remains likely. The development comes just days after Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president...
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Shoe ID Lab Developing Biometric Shoe To Identify Individuals Based On How They Walk

PITTSBURGH (AP) — High-tech security? Forget those irksome digital eye scans. Meet the biometric shoe. A new lab is working to perfect special shoe insoles that can help monitor access to high-security areas, like nuclear power plants or special military bases. The concept is based on research that shows each person has unique feet, and ways of walking. Sensors in the bio-soles check the pressure of feet, monitor gait, and use a microcomputer to compare the patterns to a master file for that person. If the patterns match the bio-soles go to sleep...
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Artifical jellyfish created in lab from rat cells

The tentacled artificial creature, made from silicon, has been dubbed "Medusoid" because of its resemblance to the snake-haired character from Greek mythology whose gaze turned people to stone. It is able to mimic the swimming movement of a jellyfish thanks to muscle cells from rat hearts which were implanted onto its silicon frame and grown into a pattern similar to the muscles of a real jellyfish. By applying an electric current to a container of conducting liquid, the scientists demonstrated they could "shock" the muscles into contracting so that it...
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TEPCO subcontractor used lead to fake dosimeter readings at Fukushima plant

Workers at the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant were ordered to cover their dosimeters with lead plates to keep radiation doses low enough to continue working under dangerous conditions, the Asahi Shimbun has learned. Some refused the orders. Others raised questions about their safety and the legality of the practice. But the man in charge, a senior official of a subcontractor of Tokyo Electric Power Co., warned them that they would lose their jobs--and any chance of employment at other nuclear plants--if they failed to comply.
---36% of Fukushima children have abnormal thyroid growths: study
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The truth IS out there with rise in UFO sightings in Australia

FOR those searching for life on another planet, the mission involves not just finding the evidence but getting others to take them seriously. UFO sightings in Australia are on the rise, according to people who track such phenomena, and international studies indicate a growing number of "closet believers" of extraterrestrial life. What do you think? Leave a comment below But people who come forward to report sightings are still pilloried by much of society.The issue emerged again last week after a video of an alleged UFO sighting over the NSW...
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Dramatic" New Maya Temple Found, Covered With Giant Faces
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Fizzical harm: Drinking sugary drinks doesn't just pile on the pounds - it changes your body so it's harder to lose weight

Drinking sugared fizzy drinks for just a month changes the body permanently so it's more difficult to lose weight. The soft drinks don't just pile on the pounds because of the calories in them - they alter the way your body burns fuel. Your muscles grow to 'prefer' sugar to fat as a fuel, and thus losing weight becomes harder. Drinking sugary drinks could be even more harmful than previously thought. Soft drinks alter the way our muscles burn fuel preferring sugar over fat which makes the pounds harder to shift.And worryingly this effect lasts...

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