China Sends Warships to Oil Rig Vietnam Says Set Up in it’s Waters/North Korea preparing for 4th nuclear test/Ukraine deploys 15,000 troops to Russian border, NATO beefs up forces in E. Europe and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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Alabama Lesbians Sue to Obtain Legal Recognition as Parents of Eight-Year-Old Boy


MOBILE, Ala.
 – Two lesbian women in Alabama have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s constitutional marriage amendment in their efforts to obtain legal recognition as parents of an eight-year-old boy. Kimberly McKeand and Cari Searcy have been in a relationship for over 14 years, and traveled to California to “wed” in 2008 after winning a contest held by the San Diego Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. In 2005, McKeand conceived via a sperm donor and gave birth to a baby boy that she named Khaya. However, neither the hospital nor the state would recognize Searcy as the parent because of Alabama’s constitutional marriage amendment, also known as the “Sanctity of Marriage Amendment.” More

New developments could mean spike in terror against Israel

Two major developments may soon translate into a spike in attempted terrorist attacks against Israelis, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials. Firstly, the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist organization has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars to recruit Palestinians in the strategic West Bank to commit attacks against Israelis living in the territory and those inside major cities such as Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.  The officials say the Palestinian Authority, in part working with Israel, arrested Palestinians who admitted to being paid up to thousands of dollars each to work for Hezbollah. Besides forming a cell to carry out attacks, the arrested Palestinians also were asked to spy for Hezbollah. Some of those arrested include members of the official PA security apparatus, evidencing a possible problem of Hezbollah infiltration. More

 

 

A US Airways Express flight nearly collided with a drone near the airport in Tallahassee, Fla., according to a Federal Aviation Administration official. Jim Williams, head of the FAA’s unmanned aircraft office, told a conference that the pilot of a regional US Airways flight saw a camouflage-painted drone fly so close to the airliner that “he was sure he had collided with it.” More

China ‘considering’ building high-speed rail line from Beijing to the United States

China is considering plans to build a high-speed railway line to the US, the country’s official media has reported. The proposed line would begin in north-east China and run up through Siberia, pass through a tunnel underneath the Pacific Ocean then cut through Alaska and Canada to reach the continental US, according to a report in the state-run Beijing Times newspaper. Crossing the Bering Strait in between Russia and Alaska would require about 200km (125 miles) of undersea tunnel, the paper said, citing Wang Mengshu, a railway expert at the Chinese Academy of Engineering. “Right now we’re already in discussions. Russia has already been thinking about this for many years,” Wang said. The project – nicknamed the “China-Russia plus America line” – would run for 13,000km, about 3,000km further than the Trans-Siberian Railway. More

North Korea preparing for 4th nuclear test

North Korea is making final preparations to conduct its fourth nuclear test, South Korea’s defense minister said Thursday, but he added that it could be a bluff. Defense Minister Kim Kwan-jin told South Korean journalists that North Korea is able to detonate a nuclear device at any moment, though he didn’t elaborate on what the final step of its preparations would be, according to ministry officials. Kim also said that although North Korea is ready to conduct a nuclear test, it may not intend to set off the device soon, and instead is trying to trick outside observers into believing a test is imminent, the officials said, requesting anonymity under department rules. North Korea has threatened in recent weeks to conduct a nuclear test to protest what it calls U.S. and South Korean hostility and international condemnation over its rocket and missile tests earlier this year. South Korea has warned North Korea would face serious consequences if the test is made. More

Catholics call for more exorcists to fight rise of Satanism

The decline of religious belief in the West and the growth of secularism has “opened the window” to black magic, Satanism and belief in the occult, the organizers of a conference on exorcism said Thursday. The six-day meeting in Rome aims to train about 200 Roman Catholic priests from more than 30 countries in how to cast evil out from people who believe themselves to be in thrall to the Devil. The conference, “Exorcism and Prayers of Liberation”, has also attracted psychiatrists, sociologists, doctors and criminologists in what the Church called a “multi-disciplinary” approach to exorcisms. Giuseppe Ferrari, from GRIS, a Catholic research group that organized the conference, said there was an ever growing need for priests to be trained to perform exorcisms because of the increasing number of lay people tempted to dabble in black magic, paganism and the occult. More

 

California School Students bowing and worshipping “Sun god”!

A California school district is going too far when it has public school students “bowing to the sun god” and participating in “liturgical/ritual religious practices” aimed at having them “become one with god,” according to a brief filed with an appeals court. The National Center for Law and Policy is taking their fight over the Ashtanga yoga teachings of Encinitas Union School District to the Fourth District Court of Appeal in California after a district judge said the school program is religious, but officials can teach it anyway. The Jois Foundation, also known as Somina, has partnered with the district “to develop an Ashtanga yoga program to replace traditional physical education,” according to the brief filed on behalf of students and parents in the district. Among the founders was Sonia Tudor Jones, an ardent devotee of yoga who wanted to “spread the gospel of Ashtanga through the country and even internationally.” Jones worked on a plan for a three-year “scientific study” in the schools using the religious program. More

WAR DRUMS – US and Europe planning to ‘cut off’ Russia’s gas supply

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Britain is drawing up plans with the US and other European countries to “disarm” the threat of President Vladimir Putin using Russian gas and oil supplies as “a weapon” against Ukraine and its Eastern European neighbours. Next month, David Cameron and other G7 leaders are expected to sign off on an “emergency response plan” to assist Ukraine this winter if Russia restricts gas supplies. At the same time, G7 energy ministers this week agreed a plan to eliminate Europe’s reliance on Russian oil and gas over the longer term and prevent energy security being used as political bargaining chip by the Kremlin. Russia currently supplies around 30 per cent of all gas consumed within Europe and more than 50 per cent of the gas used by Ukraine. More

A US warship arrived on Thursday in Georgia’s port of Batumi, the US embassy said, sending a message of support to NATO allies amid the spiralling crisis in neighbouring Ukraine. The USS Taylor’s “presence in Georgia reaffirms the United States’ commitment to strengthening ties with NATO allies and partners like Georgia, while working toward mutual goals of promoting peace and stability in the region,” the embassy said in a statement. The US 6th Fleet frigate arrived in Georgia for three days of exercises with the country’s coastguard in the Black Sea after completing joint live-fire exercises and an anti-submarine warfare scenario along with Romanian ships. More

 

WAR DRUMS – Ukraine deploys 15,000 troops to Russian border, NATO beefs up forces in E. Europe

Ukraine has deployed 15,000 troops on its border with Russia, while NATO continues beefing up its forces in Eastern Europe, Russian Defense Ministry stated as the military alliance and Pentagon accuse Moscow of keeping armed forces close to Ukraine. ”The 15,000-strong grouping of Ukrainian forces has been deployed in the border areas. Military conscription has resumed [in Ukraine],” Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said in a statement on Thursday. “At the same time NATO amasses its grouping of forces in Eastern Europe,” he stressed, adding that such actions are not contributing to the efforts to de-escalate tensions in Ukraine. Antonov said Russia has pulled all its forces from its borders with its crisis-torn neighbor. He echoed President Vladimir Putin’s statement on Wednesday, when the Russian President assured OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and Swiss President Didier Burkhalter that Russian troops were relocated to ranges where they conduct regular drills. More

DAYS OF LOT – 15 Year Old Girl Raped in Maryland School Hallway


SALISBURY
 — After Parkside High School dismissed for the day on Tuesday, a student said it was shocking to hear there’d been a rape there the day before in a school hallway. “How could that go on where a teacher doesn’t know?” the student, junior Kelsie Dukes, wondered aloud. It was a question on many minds as news emerged of the Monday morning sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl. Even Wicomico County Superintendent of Schools John Fredericksen described the case as “gut-wrenching.” There are roughly 7,500 females in the school system’s population. More

Missouri Elementary School Boy Will Now Be A Girl Proudly Announces Principal

A boy at Robinson Elementary School in Raytown, Mo. will now officially be recognized as a girl by teachers and administrators. The student, Adam, will now go by the name Jasmine, reports local ABC affiliate KMBC. Also, over at The Advocate, there is outrage that a letter sent to parents about the transgender elementary schooler’s new name may be a violation of federal law. Local FOX affiliate WDAF obtained a copy of the May 2 letter from the principal, Elizabeth Arbisi. “Dear Robinson Parent or Guardian,” it reads, “In the interest of creating a positive and safe learning environment at Robinson, I want to share information with you about a schoolmate of your child’s.” The letter explains that “a birth-assigned gender male student who has been known as Adam at Robinson has returned to school as a female with the new, preferred name of Jasmine.” More

Ukrainian Jews with combat skills formed a rapid intervention force to stop anti-Semitic attacks. The force, which was set up in recent weeks, currently is made up of eight men who served in the Ukrainian or Israeli armies or have martial arts skills, the team’s founder, Tzvi Arieli, told JTA Thursday. The defenders are armed with baseball bats that an American donor whose family hails from Kiev sent the team, he added. “We are trying to raise funds for bullet-proof vests which would greatly increase safety if the situation escalates,” said Arieli, a Latvia-born former soldier of a special forces unit in the Israel Defense Forces who lives in Ukraine. More

Russian aircraft carrier sails into English Channel.

A Russian aircraft carrier task group has sailed into the English Channel under escort by a Royal Navy warship. HMS Dragon met the Russian warships in the south western approaches to the Channel on Wednesday and is shadowing them as they are expected to head into the North Sea and back to Russia. The heavy carrier Admiral Kuznetsov is accompanied by the nuclear-powered Kirov class cruiser Peter the Great and several support ships after a five-month mission to the Mediterranean. Naval sources said it was not unusual for Russian warships to pass through the channel and the Kuznetsov was also escorted past British waters on its way out in December when it passed Scotland heading south. More

US has contingency deal with Brazil, Australia to move millions of Americans in the event of Yellowstone Eruption


WYOMING
 – If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts then millions of U.S. citizens could end up in Brazil, Australia, or Argentina. That’s according to the South African news website Praag, which said that the African National Congress was offered $10 billion a year for 10 years if it would build temporary housing for Americans in case of an eruption. The potential eruption of the supervolcano, one of the biggest in the world, has been a hot topic ever since videos of animals allegedly fleeing the area before an earthquake were posted online. Although the veracity of the claims haven’t been backed up, dozens of bloggers and others have been trying to figure out what, if anything, is going on. One of the latest theories is that the U.S. Geological Service and its partners, which keep an eye on the caldera, are hiding data from the public. The Praag article says that the South African government fears that placing so many Americans in South Africa could dramatically change the country. More

Powerful earthquake shakes Mexico City; workers evacuate buildings


MEXICO CITY
 — A strong earthquake on the Pacific coast of Mexico shook the capital on Thursday, sending frightened office workers streaming into the streets away from high-rise buildings. The 6.4-magnitude temblor in southern Guerrero state had an epicenter about 9 miles (15 kilometers) north of Tecpan de Galeana and about 171 miles (277 kilometers) southwest of Mexico City, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The quake had a depth of 23 kilometers. There was only mild shaking in the resort city of Acapulco, according to an Associated Press reporter there. The USGS downgraded the magnitude from 6.8. Carmen Lopez, an elegantly dressed businesswoman from Michoacan, was leaving a downtown Mexico City office building when the ground began to sway. She dashed across the street to a leafy median as light poles swayed violently above her. More

Nicobar Islands in Indian Ocean plagued with sinkholes after tsunami


INDONESIA
 – While the United States Geological Survey (USGS) is sparing no effort to fill a rapidly widening sinkhole in Florida since Apr. 23, India’s Geological Survey has closed its field station in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands where sinkholes have sprung up all over as an aftermath of the 2004 Asian tsunami. The administration in this popular tourist destination in the Bay of Bengal may be prepared for another tsunami. But it seems clueless about these holes in the ground that can sometimes cave in or lead to other geological events like hot springs, water spouts, natural gas emissions or even cracks in the subterranean magma chambers. Islanders told IPS that sinkholes have appeared all over Nicobar.  More

 

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China Sends Warships to Oil Rig Vietnam Says Set Up in it’s Waters

 

 

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