Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

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Monday, March 17, 2014

Hacked Email from U.S. Army Attache in Ukraine - For False Flags to occur so U.S. can take military action against Russia / Russia can turn US to ‘radioactive ash’: Kremlin-backed journalist / Strong 7.0 quake hits off Chile’s North coast / Navy SEALS have choice words for Obama / Bill Gates defends Common Core, says it’s ‘not a federal / Jim Sinclair: Gold to $2k, New Highs in Silver “A Given” As Putin Preparing Nuclear Economic Bomb! / ◾Hunger crisis: Charities are strained as nearly 1 in 5 New Yorkers depend on aid for food / ◾What Are Russians Doing Off The Coast Of Florida? / CHINA CORNERS GOLD MARKET — The Vaults Are EMPTY: Alasdair MacLeod / Obama's Thought Process Whacks Economic Recovery

Image in one of the hacked emails, I got out of the file share download of all them. (3/13/14)  This image was in the email to Igor about framing Russia for bombings.  Notice the Red Xs. 
Hacked Email from U.S. Army Attache in Ukraine - For False Flags to occur so U.S. can take military action against Russia


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Russia can turn US to ‘radioactive ash’: Kremlin-backed journalist A Kremlin-backed journalist issued a stark warning to the United States about Moscow’s nuclear capabilities on Sunday, as the White House threatened sanctions over Crimea’s referendum on union with Russia. ”Russia is the only country in the world that is realistically capable of turning the United States into radioactive ash,” television presenter Dmitry Kiselyov said on
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Russia expected to move swiftly to annex Crimea as poll closes With Crimea’s referendum now over, Russia is expected to move ahead swiftly to annex the peninsula, despite the vast damage such a step could do to its relations with the west. In doing so, it will be entering uncharted waters. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia has not absorbed any new territory, and it is
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U.S. rejects Crimea referendum, warns Russia of imminent sanctions
The United States warned Russia on Sunday that Western sanctions were imminent and Moscow would pay an increasing price for its military intervention in Ukraine as the White House rejected a referendum in the Crimea region that it was powerless to stop. With Washington and its European allies expected to unveil coordinated punitive measures against
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Dr. Vivek Hallegere Murthy
NRA opposition may sink Obama’s surgeon general nominee Intense opposition from the National Rifle Assn. has all but doomed prospects for President Obama’s nominee for surgeon general, officials said Saturday as pro-gun Senate Democrats peeled away from the White House on a volatile issue in an election year. Facing a potential high-profile setback for the president,
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Strong 7.0 quake hits off Chile’s North coast
A strong quake struck off northern Chile on Sunday evening, triggering a preventive evacuation of part of the coastal area but not causing any injuries or damage to the country’s crucial copper mines. The magnitude 6.7 quake, originally measured as a 7.0, was centered 37 miles west-northwest of Iquique and hit at a depth of
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Navy SEALS have choice words for Obama The Obama administration endangered the elite Navy SEALs that killed Osama bin Laden by publicly revealing their role in the mission, and the SEAL culture is under assault from a politically correct Pentagon, according to a new book on the SEALs and their role in the war against Islamic extremism. In “Eyes on Target: Inside Stories
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Bill Gates defends Common Core, says it’s ‘not a federal takeover’       
Billionaire Bill Gates defended Common Core despite a disastrous rollout, telling ABC’s George Stephanopoulos the federal education program “is not a federal takeover.” Gates appeared on ABC’s “This Week” to shore up support for the program, which has come under attack from a diverse range of interest groups after a difficult rollout and low student test
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Crimea votes for Russia union...
60,000 troops massed on border...
Putin's Popularity Soars...
Goals reach far beyond peninsula...
REPORT: Russia Downs US Drone...
Obama rejects vote results...
Kasparov: 'Carter looks like Churchill in comparison'...
Soros Predicts Ukraine Could Ruin EU...
State TV says Russia could turn USA to 'radioactive ash'...
Threatens switch to other currencies over sanctions...
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Jim Sinclair: Gold to $2k, New Highs in Silver “A Given” As Putin Preparing Nuclear Economic Bomb!
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AIR FORCE: CHRISTIANS' RELIGIOUS SPEECH NOT LEGALLY PROTECTED RIGHT
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Russia Facing Escalating Sanctions as EU Foreign Ministers Meet
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ISRAEL PREPARES FOR POSSIBLE ATTACK BY HIJACKED MALAYSIAN PLANE
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NYC PAPERS OUT. Social media use restricted to low res file max 184 x 128 pixels and 72 dpi

Mark Bonifacio/New York Daily News

City Harvest, a charity focused on fresh foods that are 'rescued' from supermarkets and restaurants, recently brought its mobile food market to the Stapleton Houses in Staten Island. Dozens of people lined up as a tractor-trailer unloaded 15,540 pounds of carrots, potatoes, grapefruits and apples, enough for as many as 400 households.

Hunger crisis: Charities are strained as nearly 1 in 5 New Yorkers depend on aid for food - In a city of wealth, 1.4 million people rely on a network of 1,000 food pantries and soup kitchens to eat. That's an increase of 200,000 people in five years, and the city's programs are struggling to keep up with that need.
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What Are Russians Doing Off The Coast Of Florida?
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Is Alien Life Out There? Vatican Observatory Co-Hosts Science Conference in Arizona
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Living Tissue Emerges From 3-D Printer
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Gun Confiscation: Organized, Sanctioned Terrorism
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Moscow Wins Overwhelming Crimea Vote – 96.77% say YES, The Cold War Begins, Crimea Names Ruble Currency; Applies To Join Russia
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China and Russia Threaten to Destroy the Dollar

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CHINA CORNERS GOLD MARKET — The Vaults Are EMPTY: Alasdair MacLeod
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Extremely Contagious Pig Virus Has Already Killed More Than 4 Million Hogs In The U.S.
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Retired Navy Intel Officer Reveals Globalists True Agenda in Ukraine

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The Amount of Money Hoarded by the Über Elite Will Astound You | Brainwash Update

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Obama's Thought Process Whacks Economic Recovery 
Progressives live in a different plane of existence than those of us on planet Earth. The Progressive disconnect with reality may very well have reached its zenith in Barack Obama.
 
Everything the man does, says or thinks is filtered through the lens of "what should be" rather than what "is".  Whether the topic is minimum wage, overtime pay, health insurance, income inequality or carbon dioxide increases, Obama seemingly comes out on the wrong side of scientific evidence, economic reality or common sense every time. America is suffering.
 
For instance, take the President's words earlier this week when, in answer to the concerns about the rising cost of health care and the impact it is having on disposable incomes, he replied, "People have to prioritize their spending better. They have to turn off the cable services and give up their cell phones because health care may not seem like it but it is a more important expense. The Health Care Act just gives them an aid in prioritizing their choices."
 
Sounds frighteningly like the rationale used by Hitler, Stalin and Mao to obliterate those who didn't agree with them. But that is Progressive thought process personified.
 
In another action direct to the Labor Department, Obama has mandated employers provide overtime pay for another large chunk of salaried people. Businesses cannot absorb that cost. For years I was an salaried employee. If I worked 50 hours in a week or if I worked 30 hours in a week I got the same pay because I was salaried, not hourly; I didn't watch the clock while working but my employer expected the job to get done and didn't have to stand over me with a club while the job was in progress.
 
To most individuals, salary means you work as long as it takes to get the job done. When the job is done, then you can party. If the employer does not provide enough work to fill a full-time position that is his fault, not the employee's. If he provides too much work or demands too much result for the salary, the employee is free to seek other employment. Salaried positions also carry the luxury of getting paid while sick or on vacation. Hourly employees do not have those perks but they do get paid overtime for extra work required 'to get the job done.'
 
The ideal of garnering more reward for the work done is admirable, but that is not how it works in the business world. If you consistently over-perform, you are usually given a promotion (and then have to meet the standards of that position and it's higher compensation). If you consistently under-perform, you are axed. Normally the employer and employee chat about performance problems but the employer's wishes hold sway. The employee is free to look for a job elsewhere if the current situation does not suit him.
 
George Bush last raised the overtime issue on salaried employees. He exempted "manager" and "supervisor" positions, but altering the terms of employment was just as wrong-headed then as it is now. To get overtime in a salaried position diminishes the meaning of salaried. Bush's actions may have led directly to the recession but Obama's are prolonging the misery.
 
He talks a good talk but then his walk totally destroys the good intentions of the talk. Business does not respond well to the flow of red tape Washington issues along with the red ink of its debt.
 
Obama's end run to provide salaried employees overtime pay is in direct response to the blockage of his proposed minimum pay raise. But it doesn't fit economic reality.
 
Today, with the Bureau of Labor Statistics claiming only 62.8% of Americans over 16 are "in the workforce", raising the wages of those in the workforce isn't going to do anything to get the other 3 in 8 back into the pool. Columnist Neal Asbury made the case today's workforce participation rate is equal to what it was in 1978 under Jimmy Carter. Not true. Back then post-high school students were counted as "in the workforce" not so today where those enrolled in college or job training courses are not in the pool.  He's comparing percentages when the manner in which those percentages are figured has been drastically altered.
 
Government actions like the stimulus, TARP and QE programs DO NOT HELP the economy. They merely help those in the financial sector and cover-up the acne scars in the rest of the economy. Real improvement is missing.
 
But the Progressives cling to feel-good emotion of global warming so our economy ships jobs where the manufacturing burden is less. Progressives continue to see a world that is contrary to what economic law demands.
 
This battle between what is wanted to be and what is actually tangible, continues to put massive roadblocks in the President's claim he "is there for the 99%."
 
The 1% he claims to be against, have moved rapidly ahead under his policies. The Fed's printing press yielded an average of $164,000 in bonuses to Wall Street workers last year while the average pay per American slipped slightly.
 
Somehow he can't see that and his supporters can't see it either. They listen to the words and watch the theatrics, not seeing what lies outside the spotlight's glare.  
 
In that regard, it is evident America is following the economically destructive track of the Progressive thought process.
 
"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson

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