Philippine rebels align with ISIS/UK hostage David Haines executed by ISIS/EXPERTS SAY:When the Ebola Virus Goes Airborne 1.2 million Will Die/School to fingerprint students to ‘Monitor Diets’ and more signs of JESUS’ soon return


Obama Plans Major Ebola Offensive.

President Barack Obama plans to dramatically boost the U.S. effort to mitigate the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, including greater involvement of the U.S. military, people familiar with the proposal said. Mr. Obama is expected to detail the plan during a visit Tuesday to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, these people said. Among the possible moves: sending additional portable hospitals, doctors and health-care experts, providing medical supplies and conducting training for health workers in Liberia and other countries. Mr. Obama also is expected to ask Congress for an additional $88 million to fund his proposal. “There’s a lot that we’ve been putting toward this, but it is not sufficient,” Lisa Monaco, Mr. Obama’s counterterrorism adviser, said in an interview Sunday. “So the president has directed a more scaled-up response and that’s what you’re going to hear more about on Tuesday.” Full Story

CBS Sports Rejects Tri-Cities Ad For Being Too Patriotic, Might be Offensive

The CBS Sports Network will air a portion of the recent Horse Heaven Round-Up Rodeo from the Benton Franklin fair this Sunday. However, the netowrk refused to run a Windermere Real Estate commerical featuring a local 4-year-old saying the Pledge of Allegience. Local Windermere agent Dave Retter was stumped when he was told the commercial of his granddaughter was turned down because of political reasons. A CBS spokesperson said the reason the Ad was rejected was because it was too local and had nothing to do with politics. Retter said as a sponsor of the Champions Tour during the Horse Heaven Round-Up Rodeo the company gets a national Ad spot when the event airs on the CBS Sports Network. “We thought we don’t really have very much that we would advertise nationally and we thought you know it’s gonna be around 9/11 why don’t we run the Pledge of Allegiance Ad,” said Retter. After submitting the commercial to the network, fair and rodeo director Lori Lancaster recieved an e-mail stating that the commerical was rejected by CBS due to political nature. A CBS spokesperson said that is not the case and whomever sent that e-mail must have had false information. The spokesperson said the commercial was rejected because it was too local. At the end of the Ad the Windermere logo features their Tri-Cities address, the spokesperson said this doesn’t appeal to a national audience. Windermere then submitted a second commercial. This one was accepted according to CBS because it did not feature the local Tri-Cities address. Although it was rejected nationally, the Pledge of Allegiance commercial has been running locally and Retter said that it will continue to run. He said to him this commercial isn’t about his granddaughter or selling real estate it a patriotic message of hope. KVEW TV

Hezbollah could advance into Israel in next war

A senior IDF official warned Sunday that while Hezbollah has no immediate plan to attack Israel, a minor security incident could erupt into a full-fledged war on Israel’s northern front during which the terror organization would likely try to capture swaths of the Galilee  “The situation in the north is quiet; we don’t assume we are headed toward war,” the Northern Command official said, according to Channel 2. “On the other hand, there are many developments, there are small things that can create larger events. The instability can develop and erupt into war.” However, the army also distributed pictures Sunday showing armed Hezbollah members near the border with Israel. In the event of a confrontation with Hezbollah, the fighting would likely last some four months, would have the Israel Defense Forces face some 30,000 troops, would incur extensive civilian casualties on the Lebanese side, and may see infiltration into northern Israeli towns to carry out attacks, he predicted.Full Story

North Korea jails American to 6 years hard labor.

North Korea’s Supreme Court on Sunday sentenced US citizen Matthew Miller to six years’ hard labour for “hostile” acts, two weeks after he and two other detained Americans had pleaded for help from Washington. Miller becomes the second American serving a hard labour prison term in the North amid accusations that Pyongyang is using them to extract political concessions from Washington. The 24-year-old was arrested in April after he allegedly ripped up his visa at immigration and demanded asylum. “He committed acts hostile to the (North) while entering the territory of the (North) under the guise of a tourist last April,” the state-run KCNA news agency said in announcing Sunday’s court ruling. Full Story

Health Officials Warn Of Seattle Airport Measles Exposure.

 (AP) — Public health officials are warning that people may have been exposed to measles at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. In a news release, Public Health-Seattle & King County officials say a passenger who contracted a confirmed case of the disease – likely outside the United States – was contagious when he or she was at the airport. The passenger was at the north satellite terminal, on the inter-terminal train and at baggage claim between 8:10 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. on Sept. 6. The traveler also went to The Bistro, a restaurant at the Courtyard Seattle Federal Way hotel that night. Officials say most people have been vaccinated for measles or have had measles previously. But if not, and if they may have been exposed at those locations, the most likely time they would become sick is between Sept. 13 and 27. Full Story

Crews battle California wildfire

Hundreds of firefighters battled both flames and triple-digit temperatures Saturday as they sought to contain a wildfire that forced people to flee about 30 homes near Southern California’s Cleveland National Forest. nThe fire, which burned through about 2 ½ square miles of dry canyon brush, was only about 10 percent contained Saturday, said Deanne Thompson, a spokeswoman for the Orange County Emergency Operations Center. Meanwhile, both heat and smoke advisories were in effect for the area, with temperatures forecast to reach as high as 105 degrees between Saturday and Tuesday. On Friday, officials ordered the evacuation of about 30 homes in the area. None were reported burned, and authorities said it was just a precaution, but residents remained out of their homes on Saturday. Yahoo News

Iran warns U.S. airstrikes in Syria will explode Middle East

In a report by the politically subversive and left-leaning Haaretz Newspaper from Israel, the headline reads that Iran says “U.S. strikes in Syria will set (the) Middle East ablaze.” Observe that the Middle East is already ablaze and has been for some time. Why is it that the Middle East is always ablaze? Here are some reasons.

The Middle East is rich in oil making it a target for exploitation
The Middle East comprises diverse ethnic and religious people whose values and beliefs are contradictory
The Middle East has a tribal culture
Middle Eastern governments and culture mix church and state whereby Islamic laws often dominate at the exclusion of pluralistic society
Islamic sects in the Middle East are in perpetual conflict
Democracy and freedom are deficient or absent in most parts of the Middle East by free world standards
Large population of illiterate and poor people for exploitation by an educated and powerful few

Of course, Iran does not want the U.S. to continue its war against Bashar al-Assad because they are in alignment. Americans striking Syria is questionable unless it requests permission from the sovereign government to hit ISIS targets. However, there has been a game changer. Syrian rebels that were formerly independent from the Islamic State have now declared a ceasefire between them, and they are one. Full Store

Fourth doctor dies of Ebola in Sierra Leone – WHO unable to assist with evacuation

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone
 (AP) — Sierra Leone has lost a fourth doctor to Ebola after a failed effort to transfer her abroad for medical treatment, a government official said Sunday, a huge setback to the impoverished country that is battling the virulent disease amid a shortage of health care workers. Dr. Olivet Buck died late Saturday, hours after the World Health Organization said it could not help medically evacuate her to Germany, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brima Kargbo confirmed to The Associated Press. Sierra Leone had requested funds from WHO to transport Buck to Europe, saying the country could not afford to lose another doctor. WHO had said that it could not meet the request but instead would work to give Buck “the best care possible” in Sierra Leone, including possible access to experimental drugs.
Ebola is spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of sick patients, making doctors and nurses especially vulnerable to contracting the virus that has no vaccine or approved treatment. More than 300 health workers have become infected with Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Nearly half of them have died, according to WHO. The infections have exacerbated shortages of doctors and nurses in West African countries that were already low on skilled health personnel. So far, only foreign health and aid workers have been evacuated abroad from Sierra Leone and Liberia for treatment. Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan, Sierra Leone’s top Ebola doctor, was being considered for evacuation to a European country when he died of the disease in late July. Extinction Protocol

Hurricane Odile rapidly strengthens to Category 4 storm

Hurricane Odile has rapidly strengthened into a Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center said Sunday. Odile was located about 310 miles south-southeast of the southern tip of Mexico’s Baja California, with maximum sustained winds of 135 mph. Hurricane warnings are in effect for the southern part of Baja California, from Puerto San Andresito to La Paz. The Hurricane Center’s public advisory said preparations to protect life and property in the area should be “rushed to completion.” CNN

School to fingerprint students to ‘Monitor Diets’…

fingerprint-scanner1STOURBRIDGE, England – A school is implementing a biometric system to better track what students are eating each day. The Express & Star reports students at Redhill School in Stourbridge, England will be fingerprinted in an attempt to reduce lunch lines and “monitor pupils’ diets.” The system requires pupils to press a finger against a machine which converts the print into biometric data. This can then be used to identify individual pupils accounts. Headteacher Stephen Dunster wrote to parents, “We are aiming to have a cashless system throughout the school. The catering system is better for parents because they don’t have to provide children with lunch money every morning. From our perspective it is far more efficient as it reduces waiting times. “We will also be able to monitor what children are buying to make sure they are eating a healthy diet.” Some American schools have attempted to implement palm scanners for similar purposes, but were met with parent anger or technological problems. Full Store

Dozens Report Strange Streak Of Light Shooting Across San Francisco Sky.

People across the Bay Area reported seeing a streak of light shoot across the sky Friday around 6 a.m. said about 30 residents saw a white light with fog or smoke billowing out. “I am used to seeing planes early in the morning with lights, but this was different,” said one bystander. “This had something coming out of it, it wasn’t just the light. I could see it spraying something.” Mosquito fogging in Contra Costa County isn’t done by air, but by truck, and there were no plans to fog for mosquitoes in the area. The light was also spotted by Barry Formslag of Novato. “About 6 a.m. this morning, I came out, I was walking down the driveway and I looked up at the sky and saw this little orange ball – above the Redwood trees,” Formslag told KPIX 5. Full Story

ISIS releases video showing execution of British hostage, 4th Man on Deck

David Cawthorne HainesIslamic State militants have released footage claiming to show the beheading of British hostage David Haines. The aid worker, 44, was captured by ISIS in Syria in March 2013. The plight of the dad-of-two was revealed when he appeared at the end of a video showing the beheading of US journalist Steven Sotloff earlier this month. ISIS had threatened to kill Mr Haines if world leaders do not bow to their demands. Tonight, the extremists posted a new video lasting 2minutes and 30 seconds which appears to show the beheading of David Haines. At the end of the video, ISIS parade another hostage. The militants have not responded to any of the family’s attempts to make contact so far, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) said. Full Story

Two Indonesian volcanoes undergo multiple eruptions – evacuations ordered

JAKARTA, Indonesia
 — Mount Slamet volcano in Central Java province erupted again on Friday, spewing a column of ash by up to one km high, prompting more than 20,000 villagers living on the slope of the volcano to prepare for evacuation, officials said. Indonesian authorities have put the Mount Slamet volcano on the second-highest alert level after it erupted 38 times on September 11, spewing lava some 1,500 meters (5,000 feet) into the air. Powerful burst of hot ash and gravel erupted at 12:44 p.m. and 13:35 p.m. Jakarta time from the rumbling volcano, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, spokesman for the national disaster management agency told Xinhua via phone. Mount Slamet has been erupting on and off since days ago, but went to overdrive on Friday, according to him. Authorities warned residents to remain outside a four-kilometer radius of the volcano. The volcano last erupted in 1999.
Sulawesi Island: Mount Lokon volcano on Indonesia’s Sulawesi Island erupted three times on Saturday, spewing ash 500 meters into the air, an official said. There were no casualties or damage from the eruptions and residents went about their activities as usual, said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for the National Disaster Management Agency. Ash from the 1,578-metre volcano affected nearby towns, including Manado, the capital of North Sulawesi province, he said. Extinction Protocol

Ebola deaths jump by almost 200 people in a single day as pandemic explodes

A report released by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday confirmed that at least 2,296 [which has now risen to over 2,400] people had died from Ebola, a jump of nearly 200 deaths in just one day. And this figure didn’t even account for the number of deaths in Liberia, the hardest-hit nation in the current Ebola outbreak, for which current data has yet to be released. As of September 6, WHO was aware of 4,293 confirmed cases of Ebola in West Africa, minus any new ones in Liberia. Within the next two to three weeks, however, WHO expects that number to jump dramatically, along with total deaths, as Liberian health officials release new figures taking into account exponential disease spread. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf told the media on the same day as the WHO announcement that her country is in major trouble, lacking adequate supplies and international support. She says the dwindling number of remaining health workers is struggling to keep up with the rate of disease spread, and that it could be weeks before things relent. Full Story

U.S. government to buy 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits to prepare for full-blown global Pandemic

The U.S. State Department has just put out a bid for 160,000 Ebola hazmat suits, announced a U.S. manufacturer called “Lakeland Industries.” The company’s press release, published at Yahoo Finance, reads: With the U.S. State Department alone putting out a bid for 160,000 suits, we encourage all protective apparel companies to increase their manufacturing capacity for sealed seam garments so that our industry can do its part in addressing this threat to global health. This is just the latest sign that the U.S. government is now preparing for a full-blown global outbreak of Ebola which would reach U.S. cities. While the government prepares its front-line emergency workers with hazmat suits, here at Natural News we are preparing the public to survive the pandemic and avoid becoming an additional burden on emergency resources. My widely-shared FREE online course Pandemic Preparedness at has already been viewed by over 50,000 people with more visitors discovering the site each day. Full Story


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