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, September 18, 2012

GM WANTS OUT OF GOV'T; OBAMA SAYS NO / U.S., China trade tensions rise... / Netanyahu makes case on Iran directly to US citizens / Armada of British naval power massing in the Gulf as Israel prepares an Iran strike / Here Comes $10,000 Gold... / Spain’s banks bleeding cash as deposits shrink / Man tells of 'unearthly' UFO over his Melbourne home / Ships from 30 nations sweep mines in Persian Gulf in warning to Tehran... / Two Indonesian volcanoes awaken, rattling nerves / Wild Rabbit Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague in Colorado Springs: Public Health Alert Issued / The End Of The Line: An Interview With G. Edward Griffin / Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why


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5 Diseases on the Move in North America, Thanks to Climate Change
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Armada of British naval power massing in the Gulf as Israel prepares an Iran strike

Battleships, aircraft carriers, minesweepers and submarines from 25 nations are converging on the strategically important Strait of Hormuz in an unprecedented show of force as Israel and Iran move towards the brink of war. Western leaders are convinced that Iran will retaliate to any attack by attempting to mine or blockade the shipping lane through which passes around 18 million barrels of oil every day, approximately 35 per cent of the world’s petroleum traded by sea. A blockade would have a catastrophic effect on the fragile economies of Britain...
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Iran confirms it has forces in Syria and will take military action if pushed

Iran has confirmed for the first time that forces from its revolutionary guards corps (IRGC) are in Syria helping Bashar al-Assad's government crush rebels, and warned that it would get involved militarily if its Arab ally came under attack. In a clear public signal of Tehran's continuing support for Assad, the commander of the Islamic republic's elite military formation said that a number of members of the IRGC's Qods force were in Syria, though General Mohammad Ali Jafari gave no further details and claimed this did not constitute...
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US banks may have laundered money for Iran

NEW YORK (AP) — Regulators are investigating whether several major US banks failed to monitor transactions properly, allowing criminals to launder money, according to a New York Times story. The newspaper cited officials who it said spoke on the condition of anonymity. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the federal agency that oversees the biggest banks, is leading the money-laundering investigation, according to the Times. The report said the OCC could soon take action against JPMorgan Chase & Co., and that it is also...
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JPMorgan faces money laundering probe -source
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Spain shuns further cuts as unrest grows
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Here Comes $10,000 Gold...
---Gold Will Soar As The World Sinks Further Into The Abyss
-------Greyerz - Silver To Surge 433% From Current Levels
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A First: Organs Tailor-Made With Body’s Own Cells

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Deathbed power struggle at Trinity Broadcasting?

The latest in the nuclear family warfare surrounding the Trinity Broadcasting Network: A photograph entered into the court record of what appears to be Jan Crouch, her head tossed back in ecstasy, showing off a letter that is alleged to have been written by her husband, Paul, on what was assumed to be his deathbed. In this letter, according to documents filed in Orange County Superior Court, the ailing Paul Crouch Sr. decided who...
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'UFO Mothership' Near Space Station a Trick of the Light

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Syria Tested Chemical Weapons Systems, Witnesses Say

The Syrian army is believed to have tested missile systems for poison gas shells at the end of August, statements from various witnesses indicate. The tests took place near a chemical weapons research center at Safira east of Aleppo, witnesses told SPIEGEL. A total of five or six empty shells devised for delivering chemical agents were fired by tanks and aircraft, at a site called Diraiham in the desert near the village of Khanasir. Iranian officers believed to be members of the Revolutionary Guards were flown in by helicopter for the testing, according to the statements. The Safira research center is regarded as Syria's largest testing site for chemical weapons. It is officially referred to as a "scientific research center." Hoping for US Troops Scientists from Iran and North Korea are said to work in the expansive,..
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Drought of 2012 conjures up Dust Bowl memories, raises questions for tomorrow

(CNN) -- Some 3.5 million people fled their homes in Oklahoma, Texas, and elsewhere, the bone-dry landscape, blistering heat and choking dust storms unfit for growing and raising the crops and cattle they relied on to survive. Thousands more, many of them children and seniors, could not escape, killed by an infection dubbed "dust pneumonia" and other illnesses tied not just to the extreme weather and poor living conditions but to massive, fast-moving dust clouds. Those clouds and barren terrain across much of middle America gave this period of...
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Family Faces Fines for Hosting Bible Study

A Florida family is facing fines for hosting a weekly Bible study in their home – an act that city officials argue violates zoning codes. Shane and Marlen Roessiger, of Venice, Fla. are facing a $250 per day fine for hosting Friday night prayer and Bible study gatherings that are attended by as many as 10 people. “It is difficult to understand how it is illegal to have a prayer meeting on Friday night with a half dozen people but it is alright if I invited the same group on Monday evening to watch Monday night Football,” Roessiger said. The Roessigers are also...
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Spain’s banks bleeding cash as deposits shrink

Spanish banks, already hooked on cheap European Central Bank loans, are hemorrhaging deposits as the government debates whether to seek a bailout. Households and companies drained 26-billion euros (US$34-billion) from Spanish bank accounts in July, driving the ratio of loans to deposits among lenders to 187% from 183% in December and 182% a year earlier, according to data compiled by the Bank of Spain. Shrinking deposits undermine the ability of banks to support economic growth by lending to companies and consumers. “There are...
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Russia Reveals It Is Sitting On 'Trillions Of Carats' Of Diamonds

MOSCOW — Russia has just declassified news that will shake world gem markets to their core: the discovery of a vast new diamond field containing "trillions of carats," enough to supply global markets for another 3,000 years. The Soviets discovered the bonanza back in the 1970s beneath a 35-million-year-old, 62-mile diameter asteroid crater in eastern Siberia known as Popigai Astroblem. They decided to keep it secret, and not to exploit it, apparently because the USSR's huge diamond operations at Mirny, in Yakutia, were already producing...
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Dead Nevada man had $7 million in gold hidden in house...IRS wants chunk of it

What started out as another case of a senior dying quietly in his Car son home turned out to be one of the strangest cases Clerk/Recorder Alan Glover has ever handled. Walter Samaszko Jr. was found dead in his Mountain Street home in late June after neighbors called sheriff's...
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Sinkhole swallows tractor pulling mower

No one hurt in accident. TITUSVILLE, Fla. (CNN/WFTV) - It's not something you see every day. A tractor was pulling a mower down a Florida roadway Monday when the weight of the machinery caused part of the road to sink in on itself. The sinkhole then swallowed the tractor and its load. No one was hurt, but the road is now closed to traffic while crews make repairs.
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Man tells of 'unearthly' UFO over his Melbourne home

Albanvale resident Ivan, who did not want his surname published, said he filmed the fast-moving disc-shaped object descending and ascending high above his house about 7pm last Tuesday. He said a neighbour called him outside to witness the spectacle, both looking on in astonishment. "I have dismissed a lot of things thinking of what it could be," Ivan said. "But I am left with very little other than to think it is something unearthly." Ivan said he recorded about eight minutes of footage, but the object lingered in the sky for around an hour...
--Are UFOs Stalking Mars Rover Curiosity?
 

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Ships from 30 nations sweep mines in Persian Gulf in warning to Tehran...
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8,786,049: Yet Another Record for Americans Collecting Disability...
---16 people working for each person collecting..

-------------REPORT: For every $1 added to economy, $3 added to debt...
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Two Indonesian volcanoes awaken, rattling nerves
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Japanese companies shut China factories
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Terrifying Typhoon Hits SKorea with 100mph Winds So Strong Rocks Are Sent Flying Through the Air
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Wild Rabbit Tests Positive for Bubonic Plague in Colorado Springs: Public Health Alert Issued
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Obama’s Lawyers Appeal Court Ordered Block Against NDAA Indefinite Detention Provision
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Infinite Quantitative Easing (QE3) Now Initiated; the Final Chapter of America's Financial Blowout Has Begun
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The End Of The Line: An Interview With G. Edward Griffin

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Billionaires Dumping Stocks, Economist Knows Why - Despite the 6.5% stock market rally over the last three months, a handful of billionaires are quietly dumping their American stocks . . . and fast.
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Gerald Celente Is On Fire: Watch His Most Powerful Analysis Ever

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410 Quakes in 120 Hours and Climbing in Canaries/
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/ 4,000 Marines Headed to Middle East - Chemical Weapons Tested in Syria

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