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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Friday, November 13, 2015

COLLEGE PROTESTS GROW... - Protest Organizer: The 1% Can Afford to Cover Free Tuition, Loan Forgiveness / 80 million U.S. jobs risk being taken over by robots / ISIS video threatens to attack Russia 'very soon'... / ◾Putin rolls out the big guns: Russia deploys advanced 'Growler' anti-aircraft missile system in Syria able to hit jets at an altitude of up to 90,000 feet as far away as Tel Aviv / ◾Did Russia Just 'Gently' Threaten The USA? :Coming back to the real world, I don’t believe for one second that any type of anti-missile system could be deployed in Europe to shield NATO the EU or the US from a Russian retaliatory strike / ◾Did Russia Just 'Gently' Threaten The USA? :Coming back to the real world, I don’t believe for one second that any type of anti-missile system could be deployed in Europe to shield NATO the EU or the US from a Russian retaliatory strike / ◾Vatican properties are operating as BROTHELS and massage parlours for priests, claims latest Vatileaks report / ◾Planned Parenthood President Defends Selling Aborted Baby Parts / Greeks Take to The Streets In a New Wave of Protests Against Austerity / Something Very Strange Is Taking Place Off The Coast Of Galveston, TX / Another Bubble Bursts: Ultra Luxury London Home Prices Tumble 12% / World's Largest Hedge Fund Dumped 31% Of Its US Equity Holdings In The Third Quarter / Sudan to Boost Oil, Gas Production Despite Slumping Crude Prices / Ferguson Effect: 1000 at Berkeley ‘Million Student March’ / Ithaca College students stage walkout, call for president’s removal / Your social, political and religious views are now deemed suspicious by police / Black Activist SLUGS Christian Preacher at UM Free Speech Zone – Grabs Microphone and Starts Talking About Oppression / DOW -250; STOCKS BACK TO RED FOR YEAR... -

Protest Organizer: The 1% Can Afford to Cover Free Tuition, Loan Forgiveness - College students across the country are protesting student loan debt, arguing that public university tuition should be free.
The rallies come just days after fast food workers across the country marched in favor of a minimum wage hike to $15 an hour.

COLLEGE PROTESTS GROW...

March over debt, free school...
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80 million U.S. jobs risk being taken over by robots
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Hospitals Can Be Hacked -- Changing meds, stealing identities...
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ISIS has previously called for attacks on Russia and the U.S. in revenge for air strikes on its fighters in Syria
ISIS video threatens to attack Russia 'very soon'...
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Analysts believe that that the military hardware, circled, forms part of the S-400 Air Defense System, known to NATO as the SA-21 'Growler' which has been deployed to Latakia Airbase in Syria, pictured 
Putin rolls out the big guns: Russia deploys advanced 'Growler' anti-aircraft missile system in Syria able to hit jets at an altitude of up to 90,000 feet as far away as Tel Aviv
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Recently, the Honduras homes and businesses of the family of Jaime Rosenthal were raided by the Honduran government. The properties themselves were seized and other assets taken. The family-owned bank was also seized and has been forced into liquidation, creating potential financial crisis for its 220,000 clients.

Throngs of angry clients, unable to go about their personal and professional business, have blocked surrounding streets, demanding the release of their savings.



In response, the government has promised that each depositor will have the opportunity to withdraw up to US$9,600 from other banks, beginning with the smallest depositors.
At first glance, those of us who live in the First World may regard this sort of crazy seizure as typical Third World governmental behaviour, but, in recent years, the First World has been changing. We’ve witnessed banks and governments confiscating depositors’ funds, increasing capital controls, and instituting asset forfeiture laws that have turned police departments into looters. They’ve created dramatically increased powers for all authorities, leading the populace to live in fear of detention or arrest for the smallest perceived infraction.
Get Ready For Crazy:we can anticipate that, as the Great Unravelling progresses, we shall see actions being taken by governments and financial institutions worldwide that we’ve never seen in our lifetimes.
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According to the Kremlin, it was a mistakenly leaked secret document.  And just to make sure that everybody got it, RT wrote a full article in English about this in an article entitled “‘Assured unacceptable damage’: Russian TV accidentally leaks secret ‘nuclear torpedo’ design“. According to RT
Did Russia Just 'Gently' Threaten The USA? :Coming back to the real world, I don’t believe for one second that any type of anti-missile system could be deployed in Europe to shield NATO the EU or the US from a Russian retaliatory strike 

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Russia sends 'most ruthless' special forces to root out ISIS, other Assad foes in Syria
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PURU SAXENA SAYS: 'FINANCIAL MARKETS ARE SO DISTORTED AND SO TWISTED THAT RELIABLE INDICATORS ARE NO LONGER WORKING. EVERYTHING IS BACKWARDS!'
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The remains of a church in the Aceh region of Indonesia, still on fire, after hundreds of Muslims attacked it on October 13, 2015. (Image source: CCTV video screenshot)
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The claims come two years after the Church was embarrassed by revelations that several priests shared an apartment block (above) with Europe's largest homosexual sauna
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China Builds New Coal Plant Every Two Days China’s not as “green” as many environmental activists would have you believe. China’s government issued permits for 155 coal-fired power plants in the first nine months of this year alone — this is a pace of about one coal plant permit every two days. “In the first nine months of this year, state-owned companies received preliminary
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Ebola Suspected in Brazil: One Man Tested, Another Under Observation A Brazilian man who visited Guinea is being tested for Ebola and authorities have preventively isolated a public health unit where he first sought medical attention, Brazil’s Health Minister Marcelo Castro said on Wednesday. The 46-year-old man arrived in Brazil on Nov. 6 and developed high fever with muscle pains and headaches two days later,
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Greeks Take to The Streets In a New Wave of Protests Against Austerity Striking Greeks took to the streets on Thursday to protest austerity measures, setting Alexis Tsipras’ government its biggest domestic challenge since he was re-elected in September promising to cushion the impact of economic hardship. Flights were grounded, hospitals ran on skeleton staff, ships were docked at port and public offices stayed shut across the country
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Appalachia - Photo from the Appalachian Regional CommissionWhat do you say to people that have completely lost all hope that things will ever get any better?  The mountains of Appalachia stretch all the way from southern New York to northern Mississippi, and nestled within those mountains are dozens upon dozens of little towns that are so impoverished that they look like they have been through a war.  Thanks to Barack Obama’s relentless assault on the coal industry and the ongoing collapse of our industrial infrastructure, Appalachia has lost millions of good paying jobs over the past several decades.  Today, more than 40 percent of the population is living in poverty in some areas of eastern Kentucky, and addiction to “hillbilly heroin” (Oxycontin) is absolutely out of control throughout the region.  Yes, poverty is on the rise all over America, but it has especially been cruel to those that make the mountains of Appalachia their home. (Read More....)
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Africa Refuses to Take Back Migrants Entering Europe Illegally
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Video: Fourth Grader Threatened With Sexual Harassment Charges For Writing Love Letter
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Something Very Strange Is Taking Place Off The Coast Of Galveston, TX
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Another Bubble Bursts: Ultra Luxury London Home Prices Tumble 12%
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World's Largest Hedge Fund Dumped 31% Of Its US Equity Holdings In The Third Quarter
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A B-52 strategic bomber. © Tim Chong
US strategic bombers fly close to Chinese islands, ignore ‘get away’ orders RT - Two US B-52 strategic bombers have flown near Chinese artificial islands in the South China Sea, ignoring calls to “get away” from Beijing’s airspace, the Pentagon said, claiming the “routine mission” was in accordance with international treaties. The Pentagon points out that it regards the flights near the Chinese manmade islands as fully legitimate because from a US point of view, the airspace over the islands is a part of international airspace. The US military spokesman added that the B-52s did not get within 12 miles of the islands.... The incident comes around two weeks after a serious incident involving the US destroyer USS Lassen, which sailed close to the artificial islands. China was extremely critical of the US Navy’s actions.
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Sudan to Boost Oil, Gas Production Despite Slumping Crude Prices Sputnik News - Oil-rich South Sudan seceded from what is now the Republic of Sudan in 2011. Khartoum estimates that the loss of the southern oilfield brought oil production volumes down to some 150,000 of barrels a day from a previous half a million barrels per day. "Actually, we are planning to expand, although the prices are going down," Ambassador Nadir Babiker told RIA Novosti, adding his country imports oil byproducts like gasoline for the needs of its agricultural industry. Sudan hopes for an increase of at least 5,000 barrels a day from a new and "promising" oilfield in the Republic’s southern White Nile State.
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Russia to loan Iran $7bn RT - Iran will be loaned $5 billion by the Russian government, and another $2 billion from the Russian infrastructure bank VEB, RIA Novosti reports. The Iranian First Deputy Industrial Minister Mojtaba Khosrowtaj confirmed the $7-8 billion loan from Russia.... According to Russian Energy Minister Aleksandr Novak, Iran asked Russia for a loan of $5 billion for infrastructure projects, mostly likely electrical power generation and the development of railways.The loan is expected to boost trade between the two countries. The target is $10 billion, from the current $1.6 billion.
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China discovers undersea gold reserves estimated at $16.4bn RT - A huge deposit holding at least 470 tons of gold has been discovered beneath the seabed of the East China Sea. The largest deposit is located two kilometers below sea level in an area with estimated reserves of at least 1,500 tons of gold. It was discovered in the Laizhou city which has the largest gold reserves in China. More than 2,000 tons of gold has been found there recently.
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Ferguson Effect: 1000 at Berkeley ‘Million Student March’Breitbart - Roughly 1,000 demonstrators gathered in front of Sproul Hall at the University of California Berkeley to protest for free tuition and demonstrate solidarity with students at the University of Missouri. The Berkeley demonstration was one of more than 100 across the country, part of a “Million Student March” that demanded free tuition, student debt forgiveness, and a minimum wage of $15 per hour. However, events of the past several days have linked the economic campaign to the broader racial protests sweeping across U.S. campuses. The Berkeley students were boosted by roughly 200 demonstrators from the National Nurses Union, who are formally aligned with the presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders. Once targeted by Black Lives Matter demonstrators, Sanders emerged from Thursday’s demonstration as a symbol of left-wing solidarity.
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Another Paid-for Protest? #MillionStudentMarch Campus Uprising Has George Soros Written All over It Daily Sheeple - It’s no coincidence that WAPO published an article two days ago about how college campuses are once again becoming “civil rights battlegrounds”. It’s also no surprise at all that the nationwide protest going down today is timed perfectly to piggy back off the media outcry over the University of Missouri protests, either....The #MillionStudentMarch movement has its own website at studentmarch.org started by Elan Axelbank, a Northwestern student and activist member of the Socialist Alternative movement who also has enough time on his hands as a student to co-found not only the Million Student March but 15 Now, a group that demands to “end poverty wages” by making the national minimum wage $15/hour.... The so-called “grassroots campaign” even comes complete with an “organizing guide” to teach people how to organize their own march on their campus, not a quick feat as it includes 17 steps...

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Ithaca College students stage walkout, call for president’s removal
Campus Reform - About 1,000 students at Ithaca College (IC) staged a walkout from their classes Wednesday afternoon to protest college president Tom Rochon and numerous allegations of racist incidents on campus this semester. Students participating in the Solidarity Walk Out, organized by People of Color at Ithaca College (POC at IC), first rallied around Freedom Rock outside the student center. Several students delivered speeches calling for Rochon’s ouster. After the speeches, the protest leaders lead students in the chant “Tom Rochon/No Confidence” and filtered across the central area of campus. Students then lay on the wet pavement for a 20-minute moment of silence.
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Video: “Safe Space” Students Silence Asian Woman For Saying “Black People Can Be Racist”
Paul Joseph Watson - Students at Claremont McKenna College in California who are demanding a racially segregated “safe space” for “marginalized identities,” silenced and embarrassed an Asian woman when she described how she had been racially harassed by an African-American man. The incident occurred yesterday during a protest against, “a lack of support from the Claremont McKenna College administration for students of color and others with marginalized identities.” After numerous other students spoke about nebulous examples of racial discrimination, while refusing to allow white people to speak or (initially) use the megaphone, an Asian woman stepped forward to relate how she was an actual victim of racism.

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