Ukraine given deadline to surrender to Russia or else/China sides with Russia/Obama Is Meeting Netanyahu “Peace Time Is Running Out”/ 65 Foot Crack In Dam Near Hanford Washington and more signs of JESUS’ soon return


Giant Virus Resurrected from Permafrost After 30,000 Years

A mysterious giant virus buried for 30,000 years in Siberian permafrost has been resurrected. The virus only infects single-celled organisms and doesn’t closely resemble any known pathogens that harm humans. Even so, the new discovery raises the possibility that as the climate warms and exploration expands in long-untouched regions of Siberia, humans could release ancient or eradicated viruses. These could include Neanderthal viruses or even smallpox that have lain dormant in the ice for thousands of years. MORE

Ukraine crisis: U.N. Security Council meets

Tensions smoldered in Ukraine, and in capitals around the world on Monday, as Russian troops consolidated their hold on the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea, global stocks slipped on fears things could get worse and diplomats grasped for a way to stop the crisis from escalating. At an emergency U.N. Security Council meeting to discuss the unfolding crisis, diplomats asked Russia to withdraw its troops and called for mediation to end the crisis. Russia’s envoy said his country’s aim in Ukraine is to stop radical extremists who are destabilizing the country — adding that ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych had asked Russia to send troops. The United States’ ambassador accused Russia of breaking international law and responding to an “imaginary threat.” Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin read a letter from Yanukovych at the meeting, describing Ukraine as a country “on the brink of civil war,” plagued by “chaos and anarchy.” MORE

33% Say They’ve Been Personally Hurt By Obamacare.

One-third of Americans say the Affordable Care Act has had a negative impact on them personally, while 14 percent say the law has helped them, according to a new Rasmussen survey. The poll finds that public dissatisfaction with Obamcare remains nearly as high as it was during the height of the website’s problems last year. Rasmussen finds that more people say they have a “very unfavorable” opinion of the law than have a favorable opinion of it at 41 and 40 percent, respectively. Fifty-six percent of respondents said they view the law unfavorably, just shy of a high of 58 percent in November of last year. Of the 40 percent who have a favorable opinion, only 16 percent view the law ”very favorably.” MORE

DAYS OF LOT – Georgia elementary school principal arrested on child porn charges

A Georgia elementary school principal has been arrested on child pornography charges as part of a multi-agency child exploitation sting. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced that John McGill, 56, of Villa Rica, Ga., was arrested for the electronic possession of child pornography during last week’s “Operation Broken Heart,” Fox affiliate WAGA reported. The Douglas County School District said McGill has been suspended from his duties as principal at Mt. Carmel Elementary School in Douglasville. In a statement sent to WAGA on Sunday, the school district said the “system is cooperating fully with law enforcement.” McGill has been a principal for about 16 years and has been an educator for more than two decades, according to his biography on the school’s website. MORE

Pope Francis may need to go to confession after inadvertently blurting out an Italian F-bomb during his weekly blessing from the Vatican. “If each one of us does not amass riches only for oneself, but half for the service of others, in this f–k [pause], in this case the providence of God will become visible through this gesture of solidarity,” Francis said to the faithful gathered in St. Peter’s Square, Italian media reported. His Holiness meant to use the Italian word for “example,” which is “caso.” Instead, he used the word “cazzo,” which Italians use as a synonym for the four-letter obscenity. The papal slip-up immediately went viral on Italian websites and quickly made its way to YouTube. MORE


The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to intervene in a lower court’s order that would send a Christian homeschooling family back to Germany to face what the parents describe as persecution by the government because of their beliefs.  The court on Monday said it would not review the case of the Romeike family, whose members were granted asylum in the U.S. by a federal court because they would be subject to fines, threats, jail time and even the loss of their children if they returned to Germany. The penalties are based on a Hitler-era law that the German government still enforces against homeschooling. The Romeikes said they chose homeschooling because of anti-Christian and cult beliefs being taught in the public schools. MORE

THE REAL ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE – America the Nation of “Addicts”

America is going to pot – that much everyone already knows. Since Colorado and Washington legalized marijuana, a raft of other states are clamoring to be next, stock prices for cannabis companies are soaring, ad agencies are gearing up to promote the multi-billion-dollar industry, and entertainment celebrities – from Lady Gaga (“I smoke a lot of pot when I write music”) to Morgan Freeman (“I’ll never give up the ganja”) – are in high gear. But all the current pot news barely scratches the surface of the truly incredible and largely unreported story of America as a nation addicted to drugs – a story dramatically told in February’s issue of Whistleblower magazine. MORE

Trade War: Gazprom Threatens to Disrupt Gas Supplies to Europe

Russian-controlled natural gas giant Gazprom has threatened to disrupt gas supplies to Europe following warnings by John Kerry and others that harsh economic sanctions could be imposed on Moscow, as the Ukraine crisis threatens to spiral into a trade war.  “Simmering political tensions in Ukraine, that are aggravated by inadequate economic conditions, may cause disruptions of gas supplies to Europe,” the company announced today. Although the monopoly said it would attempt to reduce export risks, Gazprom’s chief financial officer Andrei Kruglov cautioned that Ukraine had failed to fulfil its debt obligations. This followed Gazprom spokesperson Sergai Kupriyanov’s warning on Saturday that Ukraine would see its account with Gazprom canceled as a result of an overdue tab of $1.5 billion dollars. MORE

Roundup herbicide linked to celiac disease and gluten intolerance, new study suggests

A new study has found that the world’s best-selling herbicide is linked to the global rise of celiac disease, gluten intolerance and irritable bowel syndrome. According to the U.S. peer-reviewed study, the details of which were published by Dr. Anthony Samsel and Dr. Stephanie Seneff, the rise in disease has coincided with the increased use of glyphosate (Roundup) herbicide. The paper has been published in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Toxicology. The researchers say that, based on their findings, one in 20 people in North America and Western Europe how suffer from celiac disease, which is essentially gluten intolerance. ”Gluten intolerance is a growing epidemic in the U.S. and, increasingly, worldwide,” said the researchers in their paper. MORE

Abbas insists on settlement freeze before more talks

The Palestinians will agree to extend the time frame for negotiations with Israel only if Israel freezes construction in the settlements and frees additional Palestinian prisoners, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly said on Monday.  Abbas told Meretz party leader MK Zahava Gal-on during a meeting in Ramallah that if negotiations failed he would “put the keys on the table and turn to international institutions,” Hebrew media reported reported, hours after Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics published new data indicating that construction in the West Bank more than doubled during 2013. MORE

China deploys new intermediate-range missile capable of attacking US forces on Guam…

russiachinaU.S. intelligence agencies recently confirmed China’s development of a new intermediate-range nuclear missile (IRBM) called the Dongfeng-26C (DF-26C), U.S. officials said. The new missile is estimated to have a range of at least 2,200 miles—enough for Chinese military forces to conduct attacks on U.S. military facilities in Guam, a major hub for the Pentagon’s shift of U.S. forces to Asia Pacific. As part of the force posture changes, several thousand Marines now based in Okinawa will be moved to Guam as part of the Asia pivot. In April, the Pentagon announced it is deploying one of its newest anti-missile systems, the Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) to Guam because of growing missile threats to the U.S. island, located in the South Pacific some 1,600 miles southeast of Japan and 4,000 miles from Hawaii.MORE

WAR DRUMS: Tensions rise in Crimea amid report of Russian ultimatum

Ukrainian officials say Aleksandr Vitko, the Russian commander of the Black Sea Fleet, went aboard a blocked Ukrainian warship in Crimea’s Sevastopol Harbor on Monday and issued a threat: ”Swear allegiance to the new Crimean authorities, or surrender, or face an attack,” he said, according to Vladislav Seleznev, a Ukrainian Defense Ministry spokesman in Crimea who spoke to CNN. He said the Russian commander did not mention an ultimatum deadline. But a spokesman for the Russian Black Sea Fleet said there are no plans to storm Ukrainian military units in Crimea, according to the Interfax news agency. The European Union foreign affairs council strongly condemned what it called Russia’s “clear violation of Ukrainian sovereignty and territorial integrity” and demanded that Russia pull its forces back to their barracks. MORE

World’s Economy fringed on Ukraine Crisis

While the world watches the escalating crisis in Ukraine, investors and world leaders are considering how the instability could roil the global economy. The political turmoil is rooted in the country’s strategic economic position. It is an important conduit between Russia and major European markets, as well as a significant exporter of grain.  While the world watches the escalating crisis in Ukraine, investors and world leaders are considering how the instability could roil the global economy. The political turmoil is rooted in the country’s strategic economic position. It is an important conduit between Russia and major European markets, as well as a significant exporter of grain. MORE

BREAKING NEWS: China sides with Russia Over Ukraine

Russia has said China is largely “in agreement” over Ukraine, after other world powers condemned Moscow for sending troops into the country. Hundreds of Russian soldiers have surrounded a military base in Crimea, preventing Ukrainian soldiers from going in or out. The convoy blockading the site, near the Crimean capital Simferopol, includes at least 17 military vehicles. Russian troops are also reported to have taken control of a ferry terminal in the city of Kerch on the eastern tip of Crimea, which has a majority Russian-speaking population. Ukraine’s defence ministry said two Russian fighter jets violated the country’s air space in the Black Sea on Sunday night and that it had scrambled an interceptor aircraft to prevent the “provocative actions”. MORE

DAYS OF LOT – NYC Mayor, Marches In Queens’ Gay-Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Parade

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has joined the gay-friendly St. Pat’s For All Parade in Queens, saying the parade celebrates inclusion. De Blasio spoke Sunday after arriving at the parade. He says the parade started a positive change and called it important “to set the right tone, to set the right path” for everyone. De Blasio has said he will skip the nation’s largest St. Patrick’s parade in Manhattan later this month because parade organizers prohibit participants from carrying signs or banners identifying themselves as gay. MORE

WAR DRUMS: Putin Hints That He May Not Stop at Crimea

During his 90-minute phone conversation with President Obama on Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin hinted that Russian military intervention in Ukraine could go beyond Crimea, the region now under effectively occupied by Russia. That’s according to the Kremlin’s brief account of the phone call, initiated by Obama. “Vladimir Putin stressed that in case of any further spread of violence to Eastern Ukraine and Crimea, Russia retains the right to protect its interests and the Russian-speaking population of those areas,” it said. MORE

London Mayor Calls For State to Take Children Based on Parents’ Political Beliefs

Parents with radical political beliefs should have their children taken by the state, according to London Mayor Boris Johnson, a chilling prospect given that parents who support major political parties like UKIP are already being targeted by social services.  Writing in his weekly column, Johnson said that, “The law should obviously treat radicalisation as a form of child abuse.” While the idea is being promoted under the ostensibly reasonable justification that it will stop children being turned into “potential killers or suicide bombers,” Johnson said it could also be applied under more vague circumstances, such as if the child is taught to be “full of hate.” MORE

HOOK IN THE JAW? Could Israel Really Be the Next Energy Superpower?

The promise of potential always sets our imaginations wild: People who buy lottery tickets picture the things they would buy before they’ve even won the prize; investors in high-flying tech stocks think of their next great move before the ones they’ve made have generated a return. We’re all guilty of this, and it looks as though Israel is getting caught up in the hype of its own energy boom as well. In a recent article in Commentary, the author explains how Israel is on the verge of being the next great superpower in energy. When you look deeper into the details, though, this looks more like the dreams of potential that what might actually come to pass. Let’s look at these ambitious claims and why they probably won’t come to be. MORE

PLAYING WITH FIRE – Japan pledges $200 million in aid for Palestinians


JOEL 3:2 – I will also gather all nations,
And bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat;
And I will enter into judgment with them there
On account of My people, My heritage Israel,
Whom they have scattered among the nations;
They have also divided up My land.

Japan pledged more than $200 million in aid Saturday to help the Palestinian Authority, as representatives from 22 nations reiterated their support of the Palestinians’ quest for their own state. The pledge was announced by Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida at the second Conference on Cooperation among East Asian Countries for Palestinian Development, held in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. Kishida said the first disbursement of the aid — about $62 million — was expected later this month. Ministers and high-ranking officials from 22 countries and five international organizations participated in the one-day conference, which was jointly chaired by Indonesia, the Palestinian Authority and Japan. MORE

UN finds no evidence Iran seeks nuclear arms: Rouhani

President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday that despite “thousands of hours” of inspection, the UN’s atomic watchdog has found no evidence of military objectives in Iran’s nuclear drive. His remarks came on the eve of an International Atomic Energy Agency board of governors meeting in Vienna, on the sidelines of which Iran will hold expert-level talks with world powers. Western powers “all know that nuclear science in Iran follows a peaceful path”, Rouhani said in a speech broadcast on state television. ”The agency has conducted thousands of hours of inspection, and announced it has not found any diversion from the peaceful use (of nuclear technology) to military purposes.” MORE


Nuclear-powered U.S. submarine arrives in S.Korea

A nuclear-powered U.S. submarine arrived in the South Korean southern port city of Busan Monday morning to touch at the port on its voyage to the West Pacific, an official at the U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) said. The USS Columbus, a Los Angeles-class submarine, arrived in Busan, around 450 km southeast of Seoul, Monday morning, the official said on the condition of anonymity. Asked why the submarine came here, the official said by phone that it has been in regular deployment now in the West Pacific, noting that it called at the port to let U.S. crew members take a rest and the submarine obtain supplies. He denied local media reports that the nuclear-capable submarine, a unit of the U.S. Seventh Fleet, arrived in the port to join the South Korea-U.S. annual military exercises along with the USS Blue Ridge, the command ship of the Seventh Fleet. MORE

Russia blasted for military buildup in Ukraine’s Crimea

Russia tightened its grip around Ukraine’s eastern Crimean region Monday, drawing condemnation from Western nations and heightening fears of war. Moscow’s G8 partners have condemned its military buildup in the country, demanding that it withdraw. Ukraine’s new leaders accused Moscow of declaring war, and Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev warned that blood could be spilled amid growing instability in the neighboring nation. Ukraine’s shaky new government has mobilized troops and called up military reservists as officials say signs of Russian military intervention in Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula — an autonomous region of eastern Ukraine with strong loyalty to Russia — are clear. MORE

Zombie Apocalypse 2014: Sadhu Prophetic Disease May Link Five Scientific Ways for Zombie Attacks to Occur

Indian prophet Sadhu Sundar Selvaraj predicted an upcoming fatal disease starting in Asia which no cure is expected to stop. But is it possible that the predicted disease can cause zombie infestation? Here are scientific ways that zombie-causing illness may actually occur to start the end of the world.

Science have already discovered several species of parasites which lodge inside the human brain. One of the most horrifying kind is the “brain-eating amoebae” called Naegleria fowleri. It can easily travel from the person’s nose and goes all the up to the brain which destroys all brain tissue it can – don’t forget that it can be painful when it hits the pain centre of the brain. Second is Toxoplasma gondii that slows down reaction time and double risking people to traffic accidents. Third one found usually in rainforest and swamps is the Loa Loa eye worm which can cause cognitive losses, memory problems and personality changes. Since parasites can affect both humans and rats, it is likely a biologically engineered parasite may start such event to be spread by our favourite pest. MORE

The cyberwar threat from North Korea

North Korea’s effort to build a cyber army that can conduct a string of attacks on neighboring states has experts asking some key questions: Is Pyongyang gearing up for a cyber assault on the United States? Does it have the capability? “They do have the capability, obviously,” says Alexandre Mansourov, a visiting scholar at the U.S.-Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. “But I don’t think they have the intention.” But not everyone is so unsure. Like the Cold War in the 1950s and ’60s, cyberwarfare is becoming an arms race. Many nations, including the United States, are building up their offensive and defensive capabilities amid an increase of espionage and a proliferation of attacks on public and private computer networks. MORE

DAYS OF LOT- Oregon’s same-sex marriage battle divides people of faith

When Jackie Yerby and a small band of devout Catholics go to the cathedral for Mass this Ash Wednesday, they will be sending an unmistakable message. Pinned to their lapels will be big white buttons that proclaim, “Catholic Oregonians for Marriage Equality.” The newly formed group wants to show that “just because we’re Catholic doesn’t mean we don’t support same-sex marriage,” said Yerby, who served on the board of Catholic Charities of Portland for six years. “We support same-sex marriage because we are Catholic.” Just three weeks ago, Portland Archbishop Andrew K. Sample told his staff via email that the Roman Catholic Church in the state would be joining a coalition called Protect Marriage Oregon to fight the effort to legalize same-sex marriage here. MORE

Muslim group to get own caucus on Capitol Hill

A small branch of Islam often persecuted and called heretical by larger Muslim groups has always found friends on Capitol Hill. Now, America’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community is getting official representation through a new House caucus to be officially unveiled Friday. The new Ahmadiyya Muslim Caucus will represent the estimated 15,000 to 20,000 Ahmadis living in America, a small percentage of the nearly 3 million Muslims living in the United States. President Obama has stood up for Ahmadis at the recent National Prayer Breakfast, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, California Democrat, has championed the religious group’s cause in the face of reports of persecution in Pakistan and elsewhere in the Islamic world. Now, the group will have a caucus to represent the global Ahmadiyya community.MORE

DAYS OF LOT – Gay, lesbian troops perform in drag at Kadena Air Base fundraiser

Since the repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, U.S. military bases have hosted a gay marriage ceremonies and a potluck gatherings. But on Saturday, servicemembers here may have been the first to take to the stage and perform as drag queens on a military installation in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender troops. Drag queens and drag kings, to be precise. Six servicemembers — gay, lesbian and straight — donned heavy makeup to dance and lip sync songs such as “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” for a raucous capacity crowd at the Rocker NCO Club at Kadena Air Base. The event was a fundraiser for the recently formed Okinawa chapter of OutServe-SLDN, which is the largest nonprofit advocate for the military’s LGBT community. MORE

Markets have a lot to digest this morning; a geopolitical crisis in Ukraine, China’s PMI index beating expectations (which was a surprise) and the start of central bank week.  However, the biggest talking point is the developments out of Crimea. The Ukrainian situation is a tinder box in the making; the geopolitical crisis from the Kiev revolution has escalated even further overnight, with the one-day old head of the Ukrainian navy defecting to the pro-Russian self-elected Prime Minister of Crimea. Kiev has reacted by charging the Admiral with treason. There are also reports that Russian troops are surrounding Ukrainian army bases in the region as the Sevastopol Bay sees Russian warships entering the mouth of the port and passing freely into the Russian navy base. MORE


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