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Pope Francis Goes Public With Support Of RFID Chip Implantation

In a controversial move by the Catholic church, Pope Francis has come out in vocal support of RFID Chip technologies and the extraordinary potential they hold for mankind. The outrage stems from a belief held by many Evangelicals, Fundamentalists and Catholics, that RFID implants are the Mark Of The Beast, spoken about in their Holy Book’s chapter regarding the end of the world.

During the Pontiff’s weekly general address, he spoke to the crowd about his view on the RFID technology, and assured his many followers that no spiritual harm can come from receiving an RFID implant.

“We have examined the scriptures thoroughly, and I can conclusively say that there’s nothing to indicate that RFID Chips are Satanic in anyway. If anything, these devices are a blessing from God himself, bestowed upon humanity to solve many of the world’s ills.”

He went onto urge his devotees to be open minded in this era where brilliant new technological advancements are being made everyday. The Bishop of Rome explained to those in attendance his excitement over making RFID implantation a mandatory procedure for all employees and residents of the Vatican.

Last month, NBC predicted that by 2017, every American will own a RFID implant. Not surprising, considering humanities ever increasing reliance on technology. With the advent of products like Google Glass, the merging of Man and Machine inches closer each day. Widespread implantation of the RFID chip would be an enormous and historic leap into that glorious, utopian future.

Late last year the citizens of Hanna, Wyoming helped to beta test RFID implantation. Everyone residing in the small town carries an RFID device between the skin of their thumb and forefinger, using it both as an ID and a method for paying for goods and services. Towns members state that the opinion of the RFID is overwhelmingly positive, and are proud to be the first Americans to have received the implant.

Several aspects of modern society can be improved with the implementation of RFID technology. Crimes such as kidnapping and identity theft would cease to exist. In medical emergencies where the patient is incapacitated, doctors can find life saving information by scanning the individual’s RFID chip, and for those people who love shopping, you’ll never have to carry money that can be stolen, or debt cards that can be lost; Now your entire banking information is literally in the palm of you hand.

With the Pope’s endorsement and blessing, interest in RFID implantation is sure to see a wider acceptance from members of the church. This could, hopefully, be the push that this agenda needs to gain household recognition

Fifty Christians Burned Alive in Pastor’s Home in Nigeria

As the attacks on Nigeria’s Christians continued in full force this past week, a particularly grisly attack saw fifty believers burned to death at their pastor’s home, where they had fled for refuge from a terrorist attack. Reports disclosed that over 100 people were killed by armed terrorists this past week, who went on a 12-village killing spree in Nigeria’s Plateau state. Islamic extremist group Boko Haram has once again taken responsibility for the assaults. More

On Tuesday the House of Representatives gutted the so-called USA Freedom Act designed to curb surveillance abuse by the NSA. The version that emerged from Rules Committee is substantially different than the version approved by the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees two weeks ago. The watered down and weakened version is the result of the Obama administration leaning on House leaders behind closed doors. “The USA FREEDOM Act had previously passed through two committees before being secretly watered down behind closed doors,” notes Amie Stepanovich, Senior Policy Counsel at Access, a digital rights organization. “The version we fear could now be negotiated in secret and introduced on the House floor may not move us forward on NSA reform.” “Before this bill becomes law, Congress must make clear – either through amendments to the bill, through statements in the legislative record, or both – that mass collection of innocent people’s records isn’t allowed,” the New America Foundation writes in a statement.More


Woe to Those Who Call Evil Good and Good Evil

You have heard people say, “You cannot legislate morality.” This has been the mantra of those clamoring for the separation of church and state—meaning, to them, “Keep the church, the Bible and all forms of morality out of the public arena.” The truth, though, is laws are the legislation of morality. The confusion people have is their misunderstanding of morality. Morality is simply the divine laws that determine positive or negative results of one’s actions. The fact we have a moral universe presupposes a God who demands right behavior. Morality, therefore, is good deeds that benefits both the doer of the deed and those affected by the deed. Immorality, conversely, is simply bad deeds that hurt either the doer of the deed or those affected by the deed, and sometimes both. In other words, morality is a win-win for everyone, while immorality hurts society. MoreMAY21

Naked man attacks woman in car in Texas

. -A Dallas woman says she’s traumatized after a ‘naked’ man jumped through her sunroof and started beating her. A nearby neighbor recorded the incident with his iPhone. The man punched and choked the woman, as the car went the wrong way down the road before it crashed into a utility pole. Moments before, just out of the camera’s view, witnesses say the suspect, Nicholas Dyll, had attacked a woman jogging with her baby. The driver, who didn’t want to be identified, says the ordeal was a nightmare. Myfoxatlanta.com

Texas Church Wins Injunction to Host After-School Bible Studies at Local High School

WHITNEY, Texas –
 A church in Texas has won a temporary injunction against its area school district after it was initially barred from hosting Bible studies at a local high school. Judge F.B. McGregor of the Hill County 66th District Court granted the request for a restraining order on Monday, which was filed by the Christian legal organization Liberty Institute on behalf of the Prairie Valley Baptist Church aka Christian Worldview Ministry. According to the complaint submitted to the court, Associate Pastor and Youth Minister Drew Tucker completed a facility use form last December to request to host after-school Bible studies at Whitney High School. However, even before the application was received, Tucker received an email from Superintendent Gene Solis, who advised that the request was being denied, as “[if ]we let you use the facilities, we have to let ‘fringe groups’ use them, too.” After Drew asked Solis to reconsider, Solis suggested that he present his request at the next school board meeting. But the board likewise denied Drew, stating that his ministry was too sectarian. It advised him to speak with the local ministerial alliance about the matter. More

Pastor Saeed Abedini has been severely beaten in Iran while being transferred from the hospital, which he spent the last two months in, back to Rajai Shahr prison, the American Center for Law and Justice reported.  ”This is an extremely disappointing development – one that breaks my heart,” said Abedini’s wife, Naghmeh. “Our family is deeply saddened and we continue to pray for Saeed – for his safety and his release. We are very grateful that so many people around the world continue to pray for Saeed.” The ACLJ, which represents Naghmeh and the couples’ two children in the U.S., reported on Tuesday that the transfer occurred without any advance notice. Abedini’s family members in Iran added that he was “severely beaten” during the incident, though the precise nature of his injuries was not described. More

DAYS OF LOT – Dozens charged in child porn case in NYC area

 (AP) — A slice of the New York City area mainstream — a police officer, a fire department paramedic, a rabbi, a nurse, a Boy Scout leader — used the Internet to anonymously collect and trade child pornography, federal officials said Wednesday. The six were among at least 70 men and one woman charged in a five-week operation by the Homeland Security Investigations arm of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Federal officials, who planned to announce the arrests a news conference later Wednesday, call it one of the largest local roundups ever of people who collect images of children having sex — and a stark reminder that they come from all segments of society. More

Dem Congressman: ‘We’ve Proved That Communism Works’

Democratic Florida Rep. Joe Garcia — fresh off being caught eating his own earwax on camera — was caught red-handed (or is it yellow-fingered?) in another gaffe this week, claiming that low crime rates in border cities with lots of federal immigration workers is proof that “Communism works.” Garcia made the comment during a Google hangout he convened last week to talk about comprehensive immigration reform with supporters. The Democrat attempted to point out how, for all their talk about limited government, many Republicans are fine spending loads of government money on border security. “Let me give you an example, the kind of money we’ve poured in,” he said. “So the most dangerous — sorry, the safest city in America is El Paso, Texas. It happens to be across the border from the most dangerous city in the Americas, which is Juarez. Right?”More



Russia signs 30-year gas deal with China

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has signed a multi-billion dollar, 30-year gas deal with China. The deal between Russia’s Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) has been 10 years in the making. Russia has been keen to find an alternative energy market for its gas as it faces the possibility of European sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine. No official price has been given but it is estimated to be worth over $400bn. President Putin said in a statement to the Russian news channel Rossiya: “The price is satisfactory for both sides. ”It is tied, like it is envisaged in all our international contracts with Western partners, specifically our partners in Western Europe, to the market price on oil and oil products. It is an absolutely calibrated, general formula for pricing.” More

DAYS OF LOT – Washington’s High Court Swears In First Openly Gay Justice

 (AP) — Mary Yu was sworn in as the newest member of the Washington state Supreme Court on Tuesday, marking the first time the high court has had an openly gay justice. The former King County Superior Court judge was sworn in by Chief Justice Barbara Madsen following a symposium on juvenile justice that was presented at the Temple of Justice by the Washington State Minority & Justice Commission, on which Yu is a co-chairwoman. ”It means everything,” Yu said following the event, noting that it was a good experience for the young attendees at the symposium to witness her taking her oath. “This is just a symbol for those young people on the panel. They can come here too, and they could be a justice some day on this court.”More



WNBA Launches Campaign To Woo LGBT Community, Vows To Celebrate ‘Inclusion’

The WNBA is launching a campaign to market specifically to the LGBT community, a move that makes it the first pro league to specifically recruit gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered fans to its games. With the campaign, the WNBA is capitalizing on what it has quietly known for years: The community makes up a significant portion of its fan base. The difference now is that the league is talking about it publicly and making it a deliberate part of its marketing strategy. The effort, which begins with the launch of a website Wednesday, includes having teams participate in local pride festivals and parades, working with advocacy groups to raise awareness of inclusion through grassroots events, and advertising with lesbian media. A nationally televised Pride game will take place between Tulsa and Chicago on Sunday, June 22. All 12 teams will also have some sort of pride initiative over the course of the season. More


 April Ties For Hottest Ever On Record For The Globe

Once again, the world hit record heat levels. The average global temperature last month tied the hottest April on record four years ago. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Tuesday say last month’s average temperature was 58.1 degrees Fahrenheit (14.5 degrees Celsius). That was 1.39 degrees F (0.77 C) warmer than the average last century. The last time the globe’s monthly temperature was cooler than normal was February 1985. NOAA scientist Jessica Blunden said April’s heat was driven especially by Siberia and Eurasia. She said the United States and Canada were the few exceptions. Canada was a bit cooler than normal and the United States was a tad warmer than normal. Huffington Post

The NSA records EVERY cell phone call in the Bahamas as part of previously unknown program revealed by Snowden papers

The NSA is listening in on every cell phone call made within or to the Bahamas, according to revelations contained with the documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden. As part of a program codenamed SOMALGET, the National Security Agency is recording millions of communications in the nation of 370,000 and they’re even able to replay a given conversation for a month after it happens. Bahamian leaders did not authorize the surveillance, the extent of which goes far beyond the metadata spying that’s known to have been down in the U.S. and a slew of other countries. More

Millions of fish are suddenly dying all over the planet. In fact, there have been dozens of mass fish death events reported in the past month alone. So why is this happening? Why are fish dying in unprecedented numbers all over the world? When more than six tons of fish died in Marina Del Ray over the weekend, it made headlines all over the United States. But the truth is that what just happened off the southern California coast is just the tip of the iceberg. In 2014, mass fish die-offs have pretty much become a daily event globally. Individually, each event could perhaps be dismissed as an anomaly, but as you will see below when they are all put together into one list it truly is rather stunning. So is there a reason why so many fish are dying? Is there something that connects these mass fish death events? Has something about our environment changed? The following are just a few examples of the mass fish death reports that have been coming in day after day from all over the globe. More

DAYS OF LOT – 10 Year Old Oklahoma School Girl raped by Brother-sister team

Parents in Oklahoma City are horrified after a 10-year-old girl claims she was raped in a school bathroom by a brother-sister duo. Police are now investigating the alleged assault at Edgemere Elementary School. According to KFOR-TV, the girl’s mother says she was waiting in the pickup line for her daughter after school recently when the child came running out crying and shaking. “She came out with her knees and hands shaking and crying,” the mortified mother told the station. “I jumped out of the car and asked her what was wrong and she said ‘Mama, they touched me down there.’” The 10-year-old said she had gone to the restroom, and that’s when a female classmate of hers and the classmate’s brother began their assault. More

27 Huge Red Flags For The U.S. Economy

If you believe that the U.S. economy is heading in the right direction, you really need to read this article.  As we look toward the second half of 2014, there are economic red flags all over the place.  Industrial production is down.  Home sales are way down.  Retail stores are closing at the fastest pace since the collapse of Lehman Brothers.  U.S. household debt is up substantially, and in 20 percent of all U.S. families everyone is unemployed.  In so many ways, what we are witnessing right now is so similar to what we experienced during the build up to the last great financial crisis.  We are making so many of the very same mistakes that we made the last time, and yet our “leaders” seem completely oblivious to what is happening.  But the warning signs are very clear.  All you have to do is open your eyes and look at them.  The following are 27 huge red flags for the U.S. economy..More

Russia conducts test-launch of ballistic missile

Russia today carried out a successful test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, news agencies reported citing the defence ministry, amid a standoff between Moscow and the West over Ukraine. Interfax and ITAR-TASS quoted the defence ministry as saying a successful test of the RS-12M Topol ICBM had been carried out from Russia’s Kapustin Yar rocket launch site near the Caspian Sea at 2238 IST (1708 GMT). The missile hit its target in the Sary Shagan ballistic missile test range that Russia leases in Kazakhstan, it said. ”The purpose of the launch was to test a prospective warhead of intercontinental ballistic missiles,” Interfax quoted defence ministry spokesman Igor Yegorov as saying, without providing further details. More

Last September, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras pledged he would eradicate neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn from the country. In an alarming turn since a series of crackdowns on the party, Golden Dawn’s candidates managed to break double digits in a number of elections Saturday, including for mayor of Athens. Ilias Kasidiaris, a spokesman for Golden Dawn, came in fourth place for Athens mayor on Sunday, receiving 16.12% of the vote. That total more than tripled Golden Dawn’s showing during the last election for the position, according to Bloomberg News. Golden Dawn candidate for governor of the state of Athens, Ilias Panagiotaros, received 11.13% of the vote and also finished in fourth place. More

Boko Haram Blasts kill at least 118 in Nigeria

Back-to-back bomb blasts killed at least 118 people and wounded 45 in the crowded business district of the central Nigerian city of Jos on Tuesday, emergency services said, in an attack that appeared to bear the hallmarks of the Boko Haram insurgents. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But the militant group Boko Haram, which has set off bombs across the north and center of Nigeria in an increasingly bloody campaign for an Islamic state, was likely to be the prime suspect in what would rank among their deadliest single attacks in five years of insurrection. Boko Haram grabbed world headlines by abducting more than 200 schoolgirls on April 14 from the northeastern village of Chibok. Britain, the United States and France have pledged to help rescue them. More


DAYS OF LOT – Pennsylvania gay marriage ban overturned by judge

 — Pennsylvania’s ban on gay marriage was overturned by a federal judge Tuesday in a decision that legalized same-sex unions throughout the Northeast and sent couples racing to pick up licenses. U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III called the plaintiffs — a widow, 11 couples and one couple’s teenage daughters — courageous for challenging the constitutionality of the ban passed by lawmakers in 1996. “We are a better people than what these laws represent, and it is time to discard them into the ash heap of history,” the judge wrote. More


Federal ‘Biosurveillance’ Plan Seeking Direct Access to Americans’ Private Medical Records

The federal government is piecing together a sweeping national “biosurveillance” system that will give bureaucrats near real-time access to Americans’ private medical information in the name of national security, according to Twila Brase, a public health nurse and co-founder of the Citizens Council for Health Freedom. The Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response is currently seeking public comment on a 52-page draft of the proposed “National Health Security Strategy 2015-2018” (NHSS). More

Obama administration to release drone memo on killing U.S. citizens

President Obama’s Justice Department will release a long-sought secret document laying out the legal basis for using drones to kill Americans suspected of terrorist activities abroad, administration officials confirmed Tuesday. Rather than appeal a court order that the so-called “drone memo” be released under the Freedom of Information Act, Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. concurred with the decision of Solicitor Gen. Donald Verrilli not to pursue the appeal and agreed to release a redacted version of the document, the officials said. More

A sophisticated hacking group recently attacked a U.S. public utility and compromised its control system network, but there was no evidence that the utility’s operations were affected, according to the Department of Homeland Security. DHS did not identify the utility in a report that was issued this week by the agency’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team, or ICS-CERT. ”While unauthorized access was identified, ICS-CERT was able to work with the affected entity to put in place mitigation strategies and ensure the security of their control systems before there was any impact to operations,” a DHS official told Reuters on Tuesday. More


Communist officials force 1,000 Christians out of ‘disturbingly eye-catching’ church in China

One thousand Christians have been forced from their place of worship in a city in eastern China after Communist Party officials decided their 10-storey mega-church was an eyesore that needed to be destroyed. A wave of church demolitions in Zhejiang province has raised fears that Beijing is reining in China’s rapidly growing Christian community, which some leaders believe could pose a political threat. Members of the Xiaying Holy Love congregation in Ningbo, a port city about 225 kilometres south of Shanghai, say local officials ordered them to vacate their church last month after a visiting politician was appalled by the size of the cross on its roof. More

Virus experiments risk unleashing global pandemic, study warns

Public health experts have warned that controversial experiments on mutant viruses could put human lives in danger by unleashing an accidental pandemic. Several groups of scientists around the world are creating and altering viruses to understand how natural strains might evolve into more lethal forms that spread easily among humans. But in a report published on Tuesday, researchers at Harvard and Yale universities in the US argue that the benefits of the work are outweighed by the risk of pathogenic strains escaping from laboratories and spreading around the world. More

French Lab shut after loss of SARS virus samples

French medical authorities have ordered a prestigious laboratory to suspend its activities after it lost more than 2,000 test tubes containing the SARS respiratory virus. The Pasteur Institute reported the tubes missing last month from one of its labs but insisted that the tubes do not pose any infection risk. It asked the ANSM medical safety agency to carry out inspections at the lab. ANSM chief inspector Gaetan Rudant said Tuesday that his team did not find the tubes but did find “dysfunction” in the way the lab tracked its material. More






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