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Americans Sign Petition to Support ‘Nazi-Style Orwellian Police State’…

After illustrating their enthusiasm for repealing the Bill of Rights, a video shows Americans happily signing a petition to support a “Nazi-style Orwellian police state,” in what easily represents the most shocking footage of its kind to date. Citing issues with how the government shutdown has impacted the ability of the police to “keep the community safe,” Dice tells San Diegans that there is a need to “increase the Orwellian system.” “Not a problem,” responds one man as he signs the petition. “We just want to model it after the Nazi Germany system to keep people safe and secure,” Dice tells another individual. After signing the petition to “implement the Orwellian police state,” another man responds, “You find the pot of money though,” apparently more concerned about how much a Nazi-style police state would cost than its actual consequences. “They’re trying to cut the budget by 20 per cent so we just want to make sure that we can model the police state after the Nazi Germany system,” Dice tells another couple who sign the petition, before adding, “Thanks for supporting the police state.” “We’re going to model it after the Nazi Germany-style police state,” Dice clearly tells another man who signs the petition. More


Calling All Elijahs: It’s Time to Confront the Idolatry in Our Land

R. Loren Sandford
You may think me extreme or alarmist (and I’m not so thick-skinned that this won’t bother me), but I feel less free as an American today than I did before 2008, and this both frightens and grieves me. What troubles me even more, however, is that I am convinced Americans will once more believe the false promises and lies they will be told in the next election cycle—and the one after—so that we will once again vote away another batch of our freedoms.  You don’t believe me when I say we are losing our freedoms? What little we’re consciously aware of may seem small and negligible—even a small price to pay for things like health care and domestic safety—but over time it adds up. Most of us don’t realize how much we’ve already lost. Lately I’ve been hearing firsthand stories I can’t share because they were told to me in confidence. Trust me when I say that ominous trends are underway. Maybe all of this is just my prophetic nature that lets me feel the future coming. Maybe you’ll think I’m just wrong. But agree with me or not, this is a season for concentrated prayer. On that point I think we can all agree. At the very least, we in the body of Christ need more time to prepare for what must inevitably unfold. We desperately need an awakening and a turning toward holiness exercised in love and grace, and we need men and women of God in leadership both in and out of the church who will lead us there. More

‘Jesus’ joins Kanye on stage

‘Jesus’ joins Kanye on stage
Yeezus Christ! Kanye West kicked off his highly anticipated Yeezus tour with a controversial nod to the Almighty, featuring 12 dancing “disciples,” a red-eyed demon — and a Jesus. A barefoot, white-robed Jesus — wielding a microphone to preach the Gospel according to Kanye — joined the rapper on stage at Seattle’s KeyArena and helped hype the crowd for West’s 2004 single “Jesus Walks.” “White Jesus, is that you?” Kanye asked. “Oh, s–t, I can’t believe it!” “Jesus” left to a huge ovation. But not even God himself could help West start the show on time. The Saturday concert, the first of the tour, was supposed to kick off at 6:30 p.m. but didn’t start until more than two hours later. The holy cameo wasn’t the only thing generating conversation. Among the tour merchandise were skull-themed shirts for $35 each and Confederate-flag tote bags for $25 each. The two-hour show included a tribute to his mom, Donda West, who died in 2007. Performing “Hey Mama” in her honor, an emotional Kanye broke down and fell to his knees.  The show was part of West’s 23-city, seven-week North American tour, his first solo musical jaunt in five years. At Sunday’s show, West rapped from atop a 60-foot mountain, part of an elaborate set that took nearly an hour to put together after the opening act was finished. Missing from the audience was baby mama Kim Kardashian, who tweeted her support ahead of the show. To return the favor, West wore a T-shirt bearing her image backstage before the show. The shirt showed the curvy reality star in pearls with his album name “Yeezus” written across her chest. Kardashian’s camp said she will attend several of the concerts and may even bring their baby daughter, North, with her. The tour hits Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center and Madison Square Garden next month.  The New York Post

BREAKING NEWS: Terrorist blast kills at least 6, injures over 30 in Volgograd, central Russia

Preliminary data suggests that a female suicide bomber conducted the attack on the bus in Volgograd, central Russia, killing six people and injuring 33, according to the Russian Investigative Committee. “Today at 2:05pm Moscow time [10:05 GMT] in Volgograd inside a bus, as a result of an unknown explosive device going off, a blast happened, leading to casualties,” a national Anti-terrorist Committee representative said in the statement. Forty passengers were on the bus. At least eight of them are in critical condition. A 20-month-old toddler is among those injured. His state is assessed as moderately severe. Russia’s Health Ministry indicated that most of the victims in the explosion sustained mine explosive-type wounds, caused by the bus’s paneling and the shattered glass. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has instructed the Emergencies Ministry and the Ministry of Health to provide all the necessary help to the victims of the blast. An Emergency Ministry plane, with medics and five special medical units on board, has arrived in Volgograd to help treat the injured. More


DAYS OF LOT: Gay Marriage Pride At New Jersey’s Largest Synagogue

Some people ask us about what makes our service as members of the clergy so meaningful. While our answers can be lengthy, as we really love what we do, officiating at weddings is high on our lists. There is something spiritually awakening about being in the presence of two adults who have found in each other love and companionship and want to dedicate their lives to each other. Standing under the wedding canopy (chuppah) with a couple being married, we feel privileged to get a glimpse of love’s power and sense the potential of humanity. It is a moment when we experience a heightened sense God’s presence within people and relationships. Indeed we never take for granted that couples allow us to stand with them on sacred ground. We find ourselves particularly filled with joy today with the news that, as clergy at the largest and oldest synagogue in the great state of New Jersey, Congregation B’nai Jeshurun in Short Hills, we will now be able to officiate at the marriages of people irrespective of their sexual orientation. At a time when many struggle to find love, we cannot in good conscience deprive those who have found it, but are of the same gender, of the full legal and religious recognition that they deserve as spouses. More

DAYS OF LOT: Pastors to jointly officiate at same-sex marriage

More than 30 United Methodist pastors from Eastern Pennsylvania have agreed to jointly officiate a same-sex marriage next month, an unprecedented showing of solidarity for an embattled colleague that could lead to their ouster from the pulpit. The colleague is the Rev. Frank Schaefer, who faces a Nov. 18 church trial in Chester County for officiating at the 2007 marriage between his son and another man. Schaefer’s fellow pastors call that an act of love, not a prosecutable offense. They gathered Thursday at a Philadelphia church and, after more than two hours, agreed to preside as a group at a same-sex marriage, a step they hope jolts the larger church. ”Out of respect and out of honor of his commitment to his family, he’s done this,” said the Rev. Robin Hynicka of Philadelphia’s Arch Street United Methodist Church, where the meeting was held. “Talk about family values, right. Let’s give it its due.” The United Methodist church has about 12 million members worldwide. Church doctrine accepts homosexual members while barring openly gay pastors and the blessing of same-sex unions. About a half-dozen people have been put on trial for breaking those rules since 2000, mostly in North America. Several trials ended with ministers being removed from their posts. More

China smog emergency shuts city of 11 million people

People walk on a bridge during a smoggy day in Jilin
 – Choking smog all but shut down one of northeastern China’s largest cities on Monday, forcing schools to suspended classes, snarling traffic and closing the airport, in the country’s first major air pollution crisis of the winter. An index measuring PM2.5, or particulate matter with a diameter of 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5), reached a reading of 1,000 in some parts of Harbin, the gritty capital of northeastern Heilongjiang province and home to some 11 million people. A level above 300 is considered hazardous, while the World Health Organisation recommends a daily level of no more than 20. The smog not only forced all primary and middle schools to suspend classes, but shut the airport and some public bus routes, the official Xinhua news agency reported, blaming the emergency on the first day of the heating being turned on in the city for winter. Visibility was reportedly reduced to 10 meters. More

France and Mexico seek answers after ‘shocking’ US spy claims

French Interior minister Manuel Valls, seen here during a visit to the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe on October 18, 2013, says claims a US spy agency monitored 70.3 million phone calls over a 30-day period as "shocking"
 (AFP) – France and Mexico have angrily demanded prompt explanations from the United States following “shocking” new spying allegations leaked by former US security contractor Edward Snowden. The reports published in French daily Le Monde and German weekly Der Spiegel reveal that the US National Security Agency secretly monitored tens of millions of phone calls in France and hacked into former Mexican President Felipe Calderon’s email account. They come on top of revelations also leaked by Snowden and published in June that the US had a vast, secret programme called PRISM to monitor Internet users. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, on a trip to Luxembourg for a meeting with his EU counterparts, said the US ambassador had “immediately” been summoned to his ministry for a meeting Monday morning. ”These kinds of practices between partners that harm privacy are totally unacceptable. We have to rapidly make sure that they are no longer implemented in any circumstance,” he told reporters. French Interior Minister Manuel Valls, meanwhile, described the revelations as “shocking”, in an interview with Europe 1 radio. More

DAYS OF LOT: New Jersey officially recognizes same-sex marriages

 –  Gay couples exchanged vows in early morning ceremonies in several New Jersey communities Monday as the state began recognizing their marriages at 12:01 a.m., becoming the 14th state to do so. The hastily planned first weddings to legally unite long-time couples were planned for a state Senator’s grand home in Elizabeth, the boardwalk in Asbury Park and government buildings in small towns and big cities. In the arts community of Lambertville, Mayor David DelVecchio led the ceremony to marry Beth Asaro and Joanne Schailey. He also presided when they joined in a civil union the minute they became recognized in the state in February 2007. Soon after they cut the cake, DelVecchio handed Asaro a pink marriage license. “We’re floating on air,” she said. Added Schailey, “It’s like winning the Super Bowl.” The couple, both wearing suits, hosted a reception attended by friends, family and several politicians. The song “In the Mood” played. Asaro, a member of the city council in Lambertville, said they wanted to get married at the first moment, in part, to promote the gay-friendliness of their community north of Trenton. ”This shows to the world that Lambertville is open for business,”  DelVecchio said. In Newark, Mayor Cory Booker was marrying the first of several couples when someone attempted to disrupt the ceremony. More
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FEMA to evaluate Maryland’s preparedness to respond to emergency at nuke plant

FEMA will evaluate a biennial emergency preparedness exercise at the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant in Calvert County, MD, during the week of October 21, 2013 to test the ability of the State of Maryland to respond to an emergency at the nuclear facility.  “These drills are held every other year to test government’s ability to protect public health and safety,” said MaryAnn Tierney, regional administrator for FEMA Region III. “We will evaluate state and local emergency response capabilities within the 10-mile emergency-planning zone of the nuclear facility.”  Within 90 days, FEMA will send its evaluation to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for use in licensing decisions. The final report will be available to the public approximately 120 days after the exercise.  FEMA will present preliminary findings of the exercise in a public meeting at 11:00 a.m. on October 25 at the Sheraton of Annapolis, 173 Jennifer Rd., Annapolis, MD. Scheduled speakers include representatives from FEMA, NRC and the State of Maryland. At the public meeting, FEMA may request that questions or comments be submitted in writing for review and response. Written comments may also be submitted after the meeting by emailingFEMAR3NewsDesk@fema.dhs.gov.  FEMA created the “Radiological Emergency Preparedness” (REP) Program to ensure that the health and safety of citizens living around commercial nuclear power plants would be adequately protected in the event of a nuclear power plant accident, and to inform and educate the public about radiological emergency preparedness.  REP Program responsibilities cover only “offsite” activities; that is, state and local government emergency planning and preparedness activities that take place beyond the nuclear power plant boundaries. Onsite activities continue to be the responsibility of the NRC. GSN

Pope Rejects Meeting with Bibi in Rome

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will not be meeting with Pope Francis during his visit to Rome on Wednesday, a diplomatic source told AFP on Sunday. A statement last week from Netanyahu’s office had said he would be “meeting Pope Francis next Wednesday at the Vatican” and with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry for updates on nuclear talks with Iran and negotiations with the Palestinian Authority. A diplomatic source on Sunday told AFP, however, that no such meeting with Pope Francis will be taking place. The source noted that audiences with the Pope must be arranged sufficiently in advance. A spokesman for Netanyahu refused to comment on the matter. This was to be Netanyahu’s first meeting with Pope Francis. On Thursday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas met with the pope and invited him to the Middle East. Israeli President Shimon Peres also invited Pope Francis during a visit earlier this year. Francis has said he would like to travel to the Middle East, but the Vatican has not confirmed the trip, despite a report by Israel’s Channel 2 television that it will take place in March. Abbas is the fourth Middle East leader to have met Pope Francis after Peres, Lebanese President Michel Sleiman and King Abdullah of Jordan. Arutz Sheva

Apocalyptic weather to batter UK – expect relentless rainstorms and terrifying winds

The UK needs to prepare for extreme weather conditions setting in within the week
The entire country is on alert for heavy rain and brutal gusts of up to 80mph, which could continue until the end of the month. Forecasters warned persistent rain over the past two weeks has made the ground sodden – and further showers have raised the risk of flash floods. The strongest winds are expected to batter coastal regions, though fierce inland gusts could lead to structural damage and travel disruption. The volatile weather has already caused flooding in parts of Wales and triggered a tornado which hit Hayling Island near Portsmouth. The frenzied whirlwind brought down telegraph poles and damaged the roofs of almost 100 houses yesterday. A Havant Borough Council spokesman said: “A mini-tornado hit Hayling Island at around 8am causing damage to properties.” Resident Cheryl Hart said: “It woke me – you could hear it coming. It sounded like a freight train coming up the road.  “You could actually see it. It’s difficult to describe but it was like a big grey wall of wind. “We are lucky as we have only a bit of damage to our garden but other homes have been hit.” Neighbour Kara Saunders, said: “It sounded like the 1987 hurricane all over again.” The heavy cloud and storms brought darkness, forcing cars to use full headlights at 1pm yesterday afternoon in many areas. More

European official calls for bank bail-in from 2016

The head of the Eurogroup Working Group has proposed an earlier start of ‘bail-in’ arrangements which force bondholders to share losses in a bank failure, in a bid to win over German concerns over creating a banking union, a magazine reported. Thomas Wiesner suggested to the group of European negotiators that ‘bail-in’ rules should come into effect from 2016, German weekly Der Spiegel reported on Sunday. His proposal was received well at the meeting, the magazine said.  The ‘bail-in’ rules, which are due to come into effect in 2018, are part of euro zone plans to unify and strengthen the supervision and support of banks across the bloc, known as banking union. European governments, which bailed out dozens of banks with billions of euros of state aid after the financial crisis, want to avoid costly future rescues. The acceleration of the plans could help persuade Germany, which has called for a 2015 deadline, to agree to a European bank resolution scheme – the second pillar of the banking union, the magazine reported. More

Hurricane Raymond Threatens Soaked Mexico Coast

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Newly formed Hurricane Raymond swirled on Sunday toward Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, an area already devastated by rains and mudslides from Tropical Storm Manuel last month. The U.S. National Hurricane Center predicted Raymond would take a sharp westward turn and head out to sea before reaching land, but warned that the Category 1 storm still might get as close as 50 miles (80 kilometers), bringing the threat of heavy and possibly dangerous rains. In a region where 10,000 people are still living away from their homes one month after Manuel caused widespread flooding and left landslide risks, officials hurried to get emergency teams in place and weighed possible further evacuations. Mexican authorities pinned their hopes on a cold front moving from the north that could help force Raymond to turn away from the coast, said the head of Mexico’s National Water Commission, David Korenfeld. ”The cold front coming down is what makes it (Raymond) turn to the left, but that is a model,” Korenfeld said. “If that cold front comes down more slowly, this tropical storm … can get closer to the coast.” More

DAYS OF LOT: Gay Marriage on Deck for New Jersey and Pennsylvania

. —  Pennsylvania and New Jersey are on track to make the Northeast the first full region in the country to legalize gay marriage — but the rails are hardly parallel and the horsepower anything but equal. While gay marriage has long been on the table in New Jersey, a sudden flurry of court decisions has sent it hurtling toward reality, with the main obstacle being a moderate Republican governor with apparent presidential aspirations. Across the Delaware River in Pennsylvania, advocates are pecking away at a 1996 gay marriage ban by introducing bills in the Legislature, defiantly issuing marriage licenses in localities and taking the issue to court — with few people conceding the tactics will work anytime soon in a big state with a socially conservative spine. ”I don’t think it is going to happen next year. … It’s going to take leadership from the top,” said state Rep. Mike Fleck, an openly gay Republican who represents a rural, conservative district in Huntingdon County, nestled in the Allegheny Mountains. The different approaches — and levels of success — in the two neighboring states illustrate the many ways the effort to legalize same-sex marriage is playing out nationally in the months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down parts of a federal law that restricted the rights of gay couples. More

Vandals Target Arizona Church in Hate Crime

GOODYEAR, Ariz. – A non-denominational church in Arizona was targeted by vandals this past week in what is being considered a hate crime, leaving an estimated $20,000 in damage. Desert Springs Community Church in Goodyear discovered on Thursday that someone had broken into the building the previous night and vandalized the premises. Glass jars were smashed, holes were punched in the wall and profanities were spray painted in various locations. Reports state that hate symbols were also painted on the walls, but details were not provided as to exactly what the symbols represented. Police arrived on the scene to assess the damage, but no suspects have been named as of yet.  In the meantime, Pastor Steve Engram took to Facebook to notify his congregation about the incident. “Right now, there are still many questions that remain unanswered as to the how and why,” he wrote. “I am happy to report that though some equipment was stolen (a few computers and cameras) and some damage occurred (mostly due to being tagged), it was not nearly as bad as it could have been.” Engram said that the situation reminded him of the truth of Scripture regarding the darkness in men’s hearts and Jesus’ call to be the light. More

Colorado Cemetery Director Bans ‘Jesus’ From Being Engraved on Tombstone

STERLING, Co. – A city in Colorado has agreed to allow the name of Jesus to be engraved on a tombstone for a local pastor’s wife after the cemetery director refused the inscription and stated that it could be offensive. Linda Baker, wife of Mark Baker, the pastor of Harvest Baptist Church in Ovid, Colorado, recently passed away following a battle with cancer. According to reports, one of her last wishes was that her tombstone be engraved with an Ichthus fish and the name of Jesus in the center. However, when her family advised the director of the city-owned cemetery of the desired inscription for the marker, he stated that he could not grant the request. Shawn Rewoldt explained that the fish would be acceptable, but the name of Jesus presented a problem. “At first they told us it wouldn’t fit,” daughter-in-law Stacy Adams told conservative commentator Todd Starnes. “But after we kept pushing them, the cemetery director told us that it might offend somebody. They weren’t going to allow it.”More
The Christian human-rights group Barnabas Fund is calling for Christians in the United States to make Friday, Nov. 1, a day of prayer for persecuted Christians. The date is just two days before the annual International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.  Barbara Tarvid, a spokeswoman for the organization, told WND in an interview that the date and time of the call for Friday prayer is intentional. “Barnabas Aid called for this day of prayer on purpose because we want to ensure that awareness of the plight of persecuted Christians around the world gets more attention,” Tarvid said. “We want Christians to spend the day Friday becoming more familiar with the countries around the world that are heavy persecutors. That way Christians are more informed and there’s more awareness,” Tarvid said. The organization explains a prayer guide is available to churches that desire to participate. “We are very thankful for being able to provide you with Barnabas’ Prayer Focus Update each month… In light of this, we would like to share our plans for Barnabas Aid’s International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church that takes place on Friday 1 November during Suffering Church Action Week,” the group explained. “We are urging believers around the world to set time aside on this day to remember our suffering Christian family before the Lord. We have produced a dedicated prayer guide for the Day of Prayer that provides examples and prayer needs of Christian children across the world,” the announcement said. More

Vote to elevate abortion to ‘human right’

Despite escalating political opposition and the lack of legal jurisdiction, the full European Parliament is set to vote on a resolution declaring abortion and mandatory sexual education for children to be “human rights,” while launching an undisguised attack on the conscientious-objection rights of medical professionals. The deeply controversial “Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights” measure, backed by powerful Socialist Party forces and Planned Parenthood, has already been approved in committee.  However, critics of the resolution are attacking it on multiple fronts – legal, ethical, human rights centered, pragmatic and more – and opposition is growing fast as pro-life and pro-family forces rally against it. Among other points, opponents say the concept of human rights would be turned upside-down by defining the killing of another human being as a “right.” Separately, legal experts and human rights attorneys say it represents an assault on national sovereignty – and especially on pro-life EU nations like Poland, Ireland and Malta that have stood firm against the legalization of abortion. All three of those countries are specifically singled out for criticism in the resolution. The EU, however, as the text of the measure itself admits, does not have the lawful authority to formulate and implement policies on the issues involved. Those powers are reserved to national governments. Experts agree. “The European Union has absolutely no legal competency to legislate on the issue of abortion,” senior European counsel Roger Kiska with the Alliance Defending Freedom, or ADF, told WND. More

Billy Graham sounds alarm for 2nd Coming

Just as Noah did in ancient times, world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham is sounding the alarm that the Second Coming is “near” and signs of the end of the age are “converging now for the first time since Jesus made those predictions.” Earlier this month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the United Nations General Assembly “biblical prophecies are being realized.” And last week, Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., claimed the world has entered the last days. “When you see up is down and right is wrong, when this is happening, we were told this: that these days would be as the days of Noah,” Bachmann said. The remarks by Graham, Netanyahu and Bachmann come amid a steadily rising wave of public interest in the end times, as demonstrated by recent polls and New York Times and Amazon.com bestselling books such as “The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds the Secret of America’s Future,” by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, and “Four Blood Moons: Something is About to Change,” by Pastor John Hagee. In September, a poll by the Ventura, Calif.-based Barna Group found 4 in 10 Americans – and 77 percent of evangelical Christians – believe the “world is now living in the biblical end times.” Now, a new wave of end-times predictions for 2014 and 2015 involving blood moons on Jewish holy days and prophetically significant events on the Shemitah – the ancient biblical year of the Sabbath – are igniting even more interest in humanity’s ultimate fate. Throw in next year’s reboot of the “Left Behind” film featuring Nicolas Cage and the cinematic destruction of biblical proportions in “Noah,” starring Russell Crowe, and last-days fever is back with a mainstream vengeance. “I think we’re on the verge of a global awakening in interest in apocalyptic events,” said Paul McGuire, an internationally recognized prophecy expert who is a regular commentator on Fox News and CNN and appeared on two highly rated History Channel specials, including “7 Signs of the Apocalypse.”More

UK doctors given bonuses for placing patients on ‘death lists’

General practitioners in England have been receiving £50 bonuses for placing patients on controversial ‘death lists’ in order to reduce the number of occupied hospital beds. The move is yet another tactic aimed at cutting NHS costs, UK media reported. Each death which occurs outside an NHS hospital has been calculated to save the health system some £1,000 ($1,600) in England. On average, deaths which occur inside NHS hospitals cost the service around £3,065 (just under $5000), while those elsewhere cost £2,107 (around $3,400).  Doctors have been given bonuses for drawing up ‘end-of-life advanced care plans’ for patients they predict will die within a year. The payments in question apparently have the intention of keeping NHS costs as low as possible. According to documents seen by the Daily Mail on Sunday, a “key objective” of the project – which underwent a trial period in England’s east – was “to shift the place of death” away from hospitals, thus“reducing …healthcare costs.” “I think it’s got everything to do with money, with the cost of a hospital bed being £200 a day,” Dr Anthony Cole, acting chairman of the Medical Ethics Alliance, told the paper. He stated his belief that its advocates were mired in financial concerns, and suggested that it may result in insufficient medical care in a patient’s final days. The ‘Yellow Folder’ pilot scheme was trialed in 41 medical practices in Ipswich and East Suffolk, and lasted from July 2011 until last month. The doctors received payment for every care home patient they successfully signed up to an end of life plan. Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which ran the scheme, would not tell the paper how much money it allocated for bonuses. More

12 Shocking Clues About What America Will Look Like When The Next Great Economic Crisis Strikes

The collapse of American society is accelerating.  For the moment, much of our social decay is being masked by the tremendous level of affluence that we are experiencing.  Ithas been reported that 4 out of every 5 adults in the United States “struggle with joblessness, near-poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives”, but in general Americans still enjoy a debt-fueled standard of living that is far beyond what most of the rest of the world enjoys.  When that debt-fueled standard of living permanently disappears, it is going to unleash chaos unlike anything that America has ever seen before.  Right now, economic conditions in this country are not anywhere close to where they were before 2008, but this is just the beginning.  We are in the midst of an ongoing economic collapse which is going to get much, much worse in the years ahead.  When the next major wave of the economic crisis strikes, millions of people are going to become extremely desperate.  And desperate people do desperate things.  We are already starting to see this play out all over the nation, but this is only a preview of coming attractions.  What we are going to witness in future years is going to be almost too horrible for words. More

BREAKING NEWS: ‘Permanent peace deal will be achieved in spring 2014′

Palestinian news agency Maan quotes British Consul-General to Jerusalem Sir Vincent Fean as saying next spring will be ‘crucial’ to the peace process • Palestinian Authority President Abbas: We have to make the most out of this historic opportunity.  British Consul-General to Jerusalem Sir Vincent Fean hedged Saturday that “a permanent agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority will be reached by the spring of 2014,” the Palestinian news agency Maan reported. According to the report, Fean said that the agreement will include joint Israeli-Palestinian sovereignty over Jerusalem. The British consul-general was quoted as saying that the spring of 2014 is going to be “crucial to the inception of a Palestinian state on the basis of a political solution,” adding that “Jerusalem will serve as the shared capital of Israel and the future Palestinian state and the agreement will also include land swaps.” Meanwhile, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas also commented on the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks over the weekend. Abbas, who slammed Israel’s settlement policies in Judea and Samaria, said that “East Jerusalem will become the capital of the independent Palestinian state.” He added that the negotiations, which have been conducted in absolute secrecy, were “being held in a positive atmosphere and with respect. We have to make the most out of this historic opportunity. I call on the Israeli public and the Israeli government to act with us to realize the dream of comprehensive peace.” Israel Hayom











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