Iraq children drinking blood to survive/ISIS Captures 7 ‘Oil Fields’ and Iraq’s Largest Supply of Wheat!/Aid or Arm? UK pressed to stand up more strongly to ISIS in Iraq/ISIS Leader in Iraq was Released from U.S. Detention Camp in 2009 and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

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Police Warn Citizens to be Careful of what they Tweet!

Police in Washington state are asking the public to stop tweeting during shootings and manhunts to avoid accidentally telling the bad guys what officers are doing. The “TweetSmart” campaign began in late July by a coalition of nine agencies, including the Washington state patrol and the Seattle police, and aims to raise awareness about social media’s …

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400 armored vehicles, 500 aircraft, 93,000 machine guns given to local police..

Since 2006, the Pentagon has distributed 432 mine-resistant armored vehicles to local police departments. It has also doled out more than 400 other armored vehicles, 500 aircraft, and 93,000 machine guns.  As The New York Times reported in June, the Defense Department has been making use of unused military equipment by giving it to local precincts. This is despite …

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Less than a year after announcing her support for same-sex ‘marriage,’ a UK-based worship artist whose songs are sung in American churches on any given Sunday has come out as a lesbian. Vicky Beeching first was introduced in the Christian music industry in 2002, but became more prominent with the release of her worship album Yesterday, Today …

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The “Birth Pangs” of Pestilences is increasing as 56 now dead Dead of Ebola in 24 Hours, Death Toll Rises to 1069, Rare virus sickens 14 babies in Kansas City area, Guinean President Declares National Health Emergency Over Ebola Outbreak, Deadly Ebola virus wiping out gorilla population across Africa, Germany urging citizens to leave Ebola-hit …

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The Iraqi children ‘drinking their parents’ BLOOD to stay alive’

Children trapped on a mountain by Islamic State militants in Iraq are drinking blood from their parents to stay alive, it emerged today. Their horrendous plight was revealed after some 8,000 Yazidis were finally able to escape down Mount Sinjar where they have been under siege from jihadist fighters for the last week. Those fleeing have …

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ISIS militants are believed to have captured Iraq’s largest dam on Thursday, wresting it from the Kurdish Peshmerga’s control and over the weekend warned Iraqis that they had a choice between “ISIS or the flood”, The Iraqi children ‘drinking their parents’ BLOOD to stay alive’: How refugees stranded on Mount Sinjar are cutting their hands …

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ISIS captures Mosul Dam threatens biblical catastrophe

ISIS militants are believed to have captured Iraq’s largest dam on Thursday, wresting it from the Kurdish Peshmerga’s control and over the weekend warned Iraqis that they had a choice between “ISIS or the flood”. The statement was an apparent biblical reference to Noah’s Ark and raised concerns in the country as to what the …

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14 Reasons Why The U.S. Economy’s Bubble Of False Prosperity May Be About To Burst

Did you know that a major event just happened in the financial markets that we have not seen since the financial crisis of 2008? If you rely on the mainstream media for your news, you probably didn’t even hear about it. Just prior to the last stock market crash, a massive amount of money was …

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Woman Confesses To Filming Porn In Church After Tipster Recognizes Her Breasts

DAYS OF LOT – Here is yet another example of how there is no longer a “Fear of God” any longer  A woman in Austria admitted to filming a pornographic video inside a church after a tipster recognized her breasts. In a video posted online, the woman, whose face is not shown, undoes her top …

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Fallen Angel, Alien or Anomaly? What was Captured on video from NASA?

A shadowy figure was spotted on the moon’s surface last month, and since then it has grabbed the attention — and the extremely wild imagination — of the Internet. YouTube user Wowforreeel first started investigating the figure using Google Moon, a collection of millions of NASA images made public, according to KGW. On its face, …

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Gold going to $5,000 per ounce

While the exchange-traded fund covering gold miners is outperforming the precious metal itself, McEwen Mining founder and chief owner Robert McEwen said Wednesday that he remains bullish on gold. “I’m a long term believer in gold and I see it ultimately getting to $5,000 an ounce,” McEwen said on CNBC’s “Fast Money.” “Anything short of …

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Rare virus sickens 14 babies in Kansas City area

Health authorities in the Kansas City area are investigating infections among 14 infants with a virus that can cause meningitis and other inflammation. Kansas Department of Health and Environment spokeswoman Aimee Rosenow says none of the infants has died, but all have been hospitalized, reports CBS affiliate KCTV5 News. The infections are caused by HPeV3, …

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BREAKING – Guinean President Declares National Health Emergency Over Ebola Outbreak

Guinean President Alpha Conde late on Wednesday declared a national health emergency over Ebola virus outbreak, according to Agence France-Presse. “The World Health Organisation has declared a global health emergency over Ebola. Considering that Guinea is a signatory to the WHO constitution I declare Ebola a national health emergency in Guinea,” Conde said in a …

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China Continuing to Weaponize Space with Latest Anti-Satellite Missile Shot

China last month conducted another test of a satellite-killing missile that reflects Chinese efforts to weaponize space, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command said Wednesday. “It’s very problematic to see China working to weaponize space in tests like this one they just had, and so [it’s] very concerning to me as the U.S. Strategic Command …

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Long Island Town Gets 13 Inches Of Rain, 2 months of rainfall in 2 hours.

Multiple local government agencies on Long Island declared states of emergency Wednesday after a storm dumped nearly an entire summer’s worth of rain, causing major flooding in some spots that stranded motorists and snarled the morning commute. From Tuesday evening until Wednesday morning, Islip got more than 13 inches of rain, more than the normal total …

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Russian convoy vanishes on road to Ukraine

Ukraine accused Moscow of mounting a cynical attempt to incite a pro-Russian rebellion on Wednesday, as uncertainty surrounded a 262-truck “aid convoy” that appeared to grind to a halt before reaching the border. The stand-off came as violence worsened in eastern Ukraine, with the United Nations announcing that the death toll in the four-month conflict …

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Sabancaya Volcano in southern Peru registers explosion

According to Peru21, the explosion took place at around 4:30 on Saturday morning. The phenomenon went on for just under a minute. According to the Arequipa Volcanological Observatory (part of the Peruvian Geophysical Institute), the explosion generated 9,083 megajoules. The explosion resulted in the emission of ash and gases, which rose into a column three …

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Deadly Ebola virus wiping out gorilla population across Africa

One day in 1996, boys from a village in northern Gabon brought home a chimpanzee they found dead in the forest. The villagers butchered it for food. That act set off an Ebola outbreak that killed 21 people, according to the World Health Organization. Years later, on a reporting trip in Gabon, author David Quammen …

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Germany urging citizens to leave Ebola-hit Nations

The German government has urged nationals to leave three countries in West Africa affected by the Ebola virus. The outbreak has now killed more than 1000 people, including a second prominent physician in Sierra Leone. Following a meeting of a crisis unit working to stem the ongoing Ebola outbreak, Germany on Wednesday updated its travel …

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WHO classifies Kenya a high Ebola risk area – Nigeria reports 3rd death, 10 confirmed cases

World Health Organization has classified Kenya as a high risk area for the deadly Ebola outbreak. WHO at a press conference in Nairobi said Kenya is a major transport hub in the region receiving 76 flights a week making it vulnerable to Ebola. Health Ministry however said it is not advising Kenya Airways or any …

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The Ministry of Health reported one death and a new case of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Riyadh on Monday after a lull. The last case of the virus was reported on July 10. The latest fatality was a 74-year-old Saudi who had been undergoing treatment at a Riyadh hospital for some …

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Bibles Booted from U.S. Navy Guest Rooms Following Atheist Complaint

The U.S. Navy has directed that Bibles be removed from hotel rooms on naval bases following a complaint from a prominent atheist organization, reports state. In March of this year, the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) sent a letter to the Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM) advising that two unidentified service members contacted them to …

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BORDER CRISIS LINKED TO NORTH AMERICAN UNION

The author of a book that is credited with revealing to the public a clandestine campaign for a “North American Union” suggests the current border crisis – in which tens or even hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens are simply moving into America – is a steppingstone to the original NAU plan. “We stopped the …

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‘We were holding back tears as we filmed’

A British reporter has delivered a stunning report on the plight of tens of thousands of Iraqis forces by Muslim terrorists to flee for their lives up a mountain. “I have to tell you, we were holding back tears as we filmed that report with refugees surrounding us. They were all in tears that they …

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Brazil’s biggest city faces rationing amid drought..

Brazil’s biggest city is running out of water and options. The worst drought to hit the Sao Paulo region in 84 years is forcing local authorities for the second time in a year to put water pumps below the gates of the main reservoir, where the level has dropped sharply, so water can flow to …

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New Jersey man flies ISIS flag outside home.

A New Jersey man has raised a flag that is causing concern among his neighbors. The man recently hung what some neighbors called an ISIS flag outside his home in Garwood. When a picture was posted onto Twitter, neighbors on Winslow Place called the police. The flag, which is used by an Islamic extremist group …

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British rapper turned ISIS jihadist poses with severed head…

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A British rapper who travelled to Syria to fight for ISIS has posted a photograph on Twitter showing himself posing with a severed head. The sickening image was taken in the city of Raqqa – the capital of ISIS’ self-declared caliphate – and uploaded to the social media site along with the caption ‘Chillin’ with my …

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