Greece’s food crisis/Egypt in chaos? The fulfilment of Isaiah 19/Medical staff infects people with hepatitis C on purpose?/peace talks and more shocking sign of the times


How much longer will people deny that the word of God is coming to pass? That the very fulfilment of bible prophesy is the proof that it was inspired by God !!! And that Jesus prior knowledge of things to come is because he is who he says he is????













10-Year-Old Egyptian Girl Targeted and Killed Because She Was Christian


A young Coptic Christian girl was shot dead on her way home from a Bible study class in Egypt. Her killers apparently targeted the 10-year-old because of her religion.

Lisa Daftari joined America Live to discuss the rise in violence against Christians in Egypt. According to Daftari, there’s been a surge in such attacks since President Morsi was thrown from power in June. “Seven Coptic Christians have been killed since … this young girl being one of them, a priest was killed, another merchant was kidnapped from his shop and unfortunately killed,” she said. CONTINUE



Hospital technician infected dozens with hepatitis C

A US hospital technician has agreed to a plea deal after he admitted to stealing drugs and syringes, infecting dozens of patients with hepatitis C with tainted needles, and “killing a lot of people.”

David Kwiatkowski, a traveling medical technician, worked in 18 hospitals in seven US states before he was hired in New Hampshire in 2011, where he was soon arrested for infecting patients with tainted needles. He has been in jail since his July 2012 arrest.

If Kwiatkowski had stood trial, the 33-year-old man could have received a maximum sentence of 98 years behind bars. But because he pled guilty to the 14 federal drug theft and tampering charges he faced, he will now receive a sentence of 30 to 40 years. CONTINUE



Monsanto’s SmartStax maize ‘to be approved for growth in October’ in EU

Controversial genetically modified super-maize from Monsanto is set to be approved for cultivation across the European Union by late October, officials tell RT.

Despite EU regulators last month thwarting the expansion of the world’s largest seed corporation, it appears Germany won’t escape new GMO crops.

A spokesman for EU health and consumer policy commissioner, Toni Borg, told RT that “the approval of SmartStax maize is expected in September or October.”

The commissioner’s office also told Germany’s Zeit Online that the approval for the maize seeds would come after a “rigorous, scientific evaluation process.”

SmartStax GM maize was developed in the US by Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences. It combines the genes of two already genetically modified maize varieties. SmartStax is resistant to two types of herbicides and poisons against six different species of insects, such as the European corn borer. The seed includes eight artificially added genes – previously, the biggest number of such genes added to a single plant was three.

Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences have been lobbying for SmartStax in Europe for the last five years, having first applied for EU marketing approval in 2008.

In 2010, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded that SmartStax was “as safe as conventionally bred maize and commercial versions in regard [to the] potential impact on the health of humans, animals and on the environment.”

A study completed the next year also came to the same conclusion – that SmartStax was safe.CONTINUE




PROPHECY WATCH: Israel freed 26 Palestinian prisoners on Wednesday to keep U.S.-sponsored peacemaking on course for a second round of talks, but diplomacy was overshadowed by Israeli plans for more Jewish homes on occupied land the Palestinians claim for a future state.  Negotiators are due to convene  with little fanfare Wednesday, in Jerusalem, the holy city at the heart of the decades-old conflict of turf and faith. The envoys held first talks in Washington last month, ending a three-year stand-off.  Paving the way for the continuation of negotiations, Israel released an initial number of Palestinians serving long jail terms, many for deadly attacks on Israelis, bussing them in the dead of night to the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. More




DAYS OF LOT:  On the same day that the governor of California signed a bill into law mandating that boys who identify as girls be allowed to use girls’ bathrooms and vice versa, a California committee approved legislation which would cause any non-profit organizations that do not embrace homosexuals to lose tax-exempt status. Senate Bill 323 (SB323) was first introduced in mid-February by Ricardo Lara, a Democratic state senator from Los Angeles. Lara is himself an open homosexual, as well as a member of the California Legislative LGBT Caucus. According to the bill’s introduction, SB323 would “provide that an organization that is a public charity youth organization that discriminates on the basis of gender identity, race, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, or religious affiliation is not exempt from [state taxes].” Later in the legislation, approximately 25 youth organizations are specifically listed as entities that would have to embrace these “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” guidelines, or else lose their tax-exempt standing. Little League, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Young Men’s Christian Association, Young Women’s Christian Association, Future Farmers of America, Future Homemakers of America, 4-H Clubs, Boys’ Clubs, and Girls’ Clubs are all included. More




The BBC will broadcast a reality-style children’s programme on a gay couple preparing for their civil partnership ceremony. The show has been re-named for the edition, and will be called Marrying Dad and Dad instead of Marrying Mum and Dad. The format of the series involves the couple’s children organising the day as a surprise, and this episode will show the same-sex couple’s children putting together a James Bond-themed day.  Monday’s show will feature Mark and Paul, who were the first same-sex couple to adopt children on the island of Jersey. Marrying Dad and Dad will air at 10am and 4.30pm on the digital channel CBBC on Monday 12 August. In January this year a BBC report recommended that children should be introduced to homosexuality from an early age on TV.More



Airmen Punished for Objecting to Gay Marriage


A 19-year veteran of the Air Force said he was relieved of his duties after he disagreed with his openly gay commander when she wanted to severely punish an instructor who had expressed religious objections to homosexuality.continue



Pope Francis: Muslims and Christians must work together

Pope Francis called on Muslims and Christians to “work together”, during his Angelus address in St Peter’s Square on Sunday.

After reciting the Angelus with the thousands of pilgrims gathered in the square, Pope Francis said he wanted to extend his greetings to “Muslims throughout the world, our brothers and sisters, who have just celebrated the end of the month of Ramadan, which is dedicated in a special way to fasting, prayer and almsgiving.”continue



Why the Gay Agenda Is Attacking Ex-Homosexual Donnie McClurkin

Donnie McClurkin

Donnie McClurkin was invited to perform at the 50th anniversary of the civil rights movement in Washington, D.C. This event was a government-sponsored concert with other singers at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Saturday evening. But after the gay rights activists got wind of his participation, the fight was on to disinvite the Grammy Award-winning singer from this amazing event. Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s office asked him not to attend the concert where he was considered a headliner.continue



Kerry’s sharp threat to Netanyahu ahead of peace talks

Israel’s largest daily newspaper, Yediot Ahronot, highlighted on Wednesday the recently reported “sharp” threat made by US Secretary of State John Kerry to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of the resumption of American-driven Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.

According to American journalist Jeffrey Goldberg, who is close to the Obama Administration, “Kerry, capitalizing on [Israel’s] anxiety, has warned Netanyahu…that if the current peace talks bear no fruit, Israel may soon be facing an international delegitimization campaign — in his words – ‘on steroids.'”

US government sources cited by Goldberg said the Obama Administration “thinks the one thing Netanyahu fears as much as Iran’s nuclear program is the growing power of the international movement that seeks to isolate, scapegoat and demonize his country.”

Kerry stated yesterday that he had an “open, honest and direct” conversation with Netanyahu, particularly concerning America’s ongoing view of the Jewish presence in Judea and Samaria as “illegitimate.”

Bilateral talks were scheduled to officially get underway in Jerusalem on Wednesday, though for the time being the negotiations are only at the ministerial level.



Greece’s food crisis: families face going hungry during summer shutdown

Frontline charities report that up to 90% of families in the poorest neighbourhoods rely on food banks and soup kitchens. But, with no end to austerity in sight, even the volunteers are flagging

Hunger is not a word that comes easily to Antonis Antakis. And at 28 Veikou Street, in the cramped confines of the Solidarity Club, it is not a word that is ever mentioned. But the fear of not having enough to eat is the force that propels those who stop here – and what keeps the tireless volunteers stacking rice, pasta and other dry goods that Greeks like Antakis take home.

“The truth is, if I didn’t come here I wouldn’t have the means to feed my children,” said the recently widowed father-of-three, his eyes fixed on the floor. “Three years ago, when I was the boss and had two employees, the idea of going anywhere to collect food would have been inconceivable. Back then, I was earning €3,000 (£2,600) a month and the fridge was always full.”

The task of ensuring that families like Antakis’s are fed throughout the summer became more stark at the weekend as Greeks prepared to take their traditional summer break, affecting the provision of basic services like food distribution to the poor.

Ordinarily, the prospect of the Orthodox church – or any other charitable organisation – scaling back duties in August would have gone unnoticed. But in debt-stricken Greece it is impossible to ignore. Against a backdrop of record unemployment, and with the country ensnared in its worst crisis in modern times, hardship is surfacing in ways that few would ever have foreseen. Hunger and undernourishment are part of that spectre.

For Antakis and the growing number dependent on soup kitchens, who will now be bereft of outside support, August has become the cruellest month.

“I really worry that one day I won’t be able to feed my kids at all,” lamented the 39-year-old former floor layer turned taxi driver. “From being the boss, I am now lucky if I earn €500 a month. You can’t live on that and pay the bills and all your debts and every tax they throw at you, and still survive.”

With its dedicated staff and can-do spirit, the Solidarity Club is similar to many other groups established by concerned citizens appalled byausterity‘s corrosive effects. It is run from, although not backed by, the local branch of the radical leftist opposition party, Syriza.

In a telltale sign of Greece’s unravelling social fabric, the Veikou Street headquarters sit not on the decrepit outer edge of a capital entrapped in a sixth year of recession but in its centre, streets away from Athens’ most expensive boulevard and within view of the ancient Acropolis. continue



Vancouver police, officials would not uphold laws against public nudity at Pride Parade

VANCOUVER, B.C., August 12, 2013 ( – When homosexual news service Daily Xtra reported last week that both Vancouver police and city officials “confirmed they had no issues with public nudity” at the city’s annual gay Pride Parade, (LSN) deemed necessary a fact check with the guardians of law and order.

Canada’s Criminal Code makes it illegal to be nude in a “public place.” Section 174 states that a person who is “so clad as to offend against public decency or order” is “guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.”

While reports about this year’s August 4 gay parade mention only “scantily-clad revellers” and “skimpy attire,” last year’s parade was attended by a group of men called Foreskin who exposed their genitals in the city streets (WARNING: link includes graphic full-frontal male nudity).continue



Sailor proposes to his boyfriend as sub returns

GROTON, CONN. — A sailor on the New Mexico proposed to his boyfriend in front of about 200 people who gathered Monday at the Navy’s submarine base to welcome the boat home from its first deployment.

Dylan Kirchner told the Day of New London he didn’t care that everybody was watching when Machinist’s Mate Jerrel Revels dropped to one knee and popped the question. He says it felt as though it was just the two of them. They have not set a wedding date.continue



Drone industry gives journalists not-so-subtle hint — don’t use the word ‘drones’

“Drone” is a dirty word at this week’s drone industry convention in Washington.

The sector long has opposed use of the term, seen by some as having an inherently negative connotation that doesn’t accurately describe the awesome technology and potential positive uses of today’s unmanned aerial vehicles. continue



Hepatitis B vaccine halted after 3 newborns die from system shock

(NaturalNews) The Vietnamese Health Department is coming out and ending the use of hepatitis B vaccines throughout the entire country of Vietnam. The decision was made after three different families lost their babies after the precious young ones were inoculated with standard, proven hepatitis B vaccinations. The three babies died on July 20th in the central province of Quant Tri. The cause of their death is listed as anaphylactic shock. Officials from Vietnam’s National Expanded Program on Immunization reported that the vaccines were not expired, were properly stored, and were properly administered. Awkwardly, the chairperson of the program asked parents to “keep calm and continue vaccinating their children.”continue


Pastor Hagee no longer opposes gay ordinance

Television evangelist and pastor John Hagee on Sunday told congregants — and a national and international audience watching live — that he no longer opposes a proposed ordinance that seeks to protect the rights of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people in San Antonio.continue



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