6000% Increase in Cancer Rates at Fukushima Site/Canada top court allows doctor-assisted suicide/Italy’s Mount Etna volcano erupts in a spectacular display/Bubonic plague among germs found on NYC subway and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Is China About to Declare War Against ISIS?

Despite China’s long-standing diplomatic principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other states, Beijing cannot completely control its citizens’ involvement in terrorist activity abroad. Whether China likes it or not, it is being drawn into the conflict against ISIS. China’s state media recently reported that three Chinese ISIS militants were executed in 2014 following …

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North Korea issues new threat to U.S. bases

North Korea on Tuesday served up its latest round of threats against the United States, saying it plans to place military units tasked with targeting U.S. bases under combat ready status. The Supreme Command of the North Korean military said it “will put on the highest alert all the field artillery units including strategic rocket …

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Jordan’s king thrusts country to center of Islamic State war

King Abdullah II has thrust Jordan to the center of the war against the Islamic State group with his pledge of relentless retaliation for the killing of one of his pilots. The 53-year-old monarch also highlighted his personal role as he tried to shore up public support for what could be a long campaign. In …

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Former Muslim: ‘It’s Beautiful to Wake Up Without This Hatred’

The recent Israeli-Hamas war sparked huge protests in Europe and exposed a growing epidemic of anti-Semitism. But in an interview with CBN News before the summer war between Israel and Hamas, one British Muslim explained how he became a Zionist just by checking out the facts. Kasim Hafeez is a Pakistani Muslim born, raised and …

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Gold and Silver Drops after Job Numbers Reported

Gold and silver fell sharply after the peculiarly positive jobs number this afternoon. Gold fell 2.5% and silver 3.5% as traders took profits and shorted gold due to the much stronger than expected jobs number. Given the spate of recent poor economic numbers in the U.S. and internationally, analysts are beginning to question the veracity …

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S&P Downgrades Greece, Suggests Worst Case Scenario With Bank Runs And “Capital Controls”

And the hits keep coming. On the heels of a demand for repayment of ECB’s profits from GGB bond gains and to extend the T-Bill limit to give the nation time to negotiate with EU leaders (i.e. a Bridge Loan) which Jeroen Dijsselbloem already dismissed earlier in the day, S&P just piled on… GREECE RATINGS …

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Canada top court allows doctor-assisted suicide

Canada’s supreme court on Friday unanimously struck down a ban on doctor-assisted suicide for mentally competent adults suffering from an incurable disease, reversing a decision on the books since 1993. The ruling was however suspended for one year to allow lawmakers an opportunity to enact new rules surrounding the divisive issue. The court ruled that …

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Another U.S.-backed scheme to defeat Netanyahu exposed

A State Department-financed non-profit based in Israel is currently engaged in a major effort to get young Arab citizens to the voting booths in the upcoming Israeli elections.  In an interview with WND, Amnon Beeri-Sulitzeanu, co-executive director of the Abraham Fund, maintained that his group’s voter participation activities are entirely nonpartisan and that his organization …

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Active army smallest in 10 years, Below 500,000 soldiers

The U.S. Army has fewer than 500,000 active-duty soldiers for the first time in 10 years. Defense Manpower Data Center statistics show that 498,642 soldiers are on active duty, the Army Times reported Thursday. That number will dip to 490,000 soldiers by Oct. 1 as a result of Congress’ fiscal 2015 budget authorization.  Army Times …

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Blackhawk Helicopters Terrify Miami Residents After Dropping Live Bomb During Nighttime ‘Training’ Exercise.

MIAMI-DADE POLICE SAID AN AMMUNITION BOX THAT HAD FALLEN OUT OF A BLACKHAWK HELICOPTER WAS FOUND FRIDAY The most interesting thing about this article is the Army’s statement that “The public will receive no notice of when and where the war games will be conducted…” Didn’t this used to be America, didn’t we used to …

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Thousands of Caribbean travelers coming home with mosquito-borne virus

Thousands of travelers to the Caribbean and nearby regions are coming home with an unwanted souvenir: a mosquito-borne virus that recently settled there. The virus, called chikungunya (chih-kihn-GOON’-yuh), causes severe, often disabling joint pain, and few U.S. doctors are prepared to recognize its signs. At one New York City hospital, a woman arrived in such …

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Bubonic plague among germs found on NYC subway

Researchers have mapped out the particles found across the city’s subway system, and they found a range of DNA from mozzarella cheese to the Bubonic plague. The “PathoMap,” created by Weill Cornell Medical College researchers, maps out microbes and pathogens found on hand rails, kiosks, benches, turnstiles and passenger seats. The research team used nylon swabs …

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Train of Snow Storms in Store for Midwest and Northeast

A train of storms will bring round after round of snow from the Upper Midwest to part of the Northeast this weekend into early next week. The biggest storm in the bunch will be the caboose in the train, set to affect the Northeast Sunday night into Monday night. The storms will bring episodes of snow every …

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Seismologists find 2-mile fault line in Irving, Texas

Seismologists studying the recent earthquakes in Irving and Dallas have found a fault line. The scientists from Southern Methodist University gave a report on their finding to local leaders Friday morning. Initial results from 20 new seismic monitors installed in the area show the earthquakes are relatively shallow. That explains so many people as far …

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Russians advised to pull their money out of banks and prepare for ‘Black Market in cash’

A columnist for Russia’s Vedomosti newspaper, a joint venture between the Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal, has advised readers to pull their savings out of banks and convert them into physical dollars. The ruble has tanked over the past year, falling over 50% from 33 rubles to the dollar to 67 rubles at …

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Swarm of earthquakes rattles parts of northern Oklahoma

A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattled Alfalfa County in northern Oklahoma Thursday, damaging the county courthouse but causing no injuries. It was one of several earthquakes, ranging in magnitude from 2.9 to 3.8, that the U.S. Geological Survey said have been recorded in Alfalfa County since about 10 p.m. Wednesday. “It jolted us pretty good,” court …

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Italy’s Mount Etna volcano erupts in a spectacular display

Italy's Mount Etna volcano erupts in a spectacular display

Stunning visuals out of YouTube show Italy’s Mount Etna erupting in grand fashion earlier this month. The Sicily volcano started erupting on January 31 and proceeded to spew a mixture of lava and ice, along with large plumes of smoke for two days. The video above depicts the eruption between January 31 and February 2 …

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Oklahoma’s earthquake problem is getting worse

Oklahoma’s earthquake problem is getting worse

A lawsuit claims that Oklahoma’s great increase in earthquake activity has been caused by pumping waste from drilling operations back underground. The suit involves the largest measured quake in the history of the state, a 5.6 tremor that happened in Prague, east of Oklahoma City in November 2011. As the volume of drilling waste pumped …

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Two-thirds of Americans live in “Constitution-free border zones” where government can deny citizens’ rights

The Obama Administration’s decision to evoke “prosecutorial discretion” and not deport or otherwise detain people who are in the United States illegally — and allow them to continue moving away from border regions to the interior of the country — has created an unintended consequence for American citizens: A U.S. Border Patrol that is becoming …

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Planned Parenthood celebrates history of millions of Aborted black babies for Black History Month

There are good ideas, and then there are bad ideas. Really bad ones. In a decision that marries ill timing and a tactless approach in an effort to highlight both Black History Month and Planned Parenthood’s 99th year, the organization has announced its “99 Dream Keepers” initiative. According to the organization’s website, the initiative is …

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6000% Increase in Cancer Rates at Fukushima Site

As reports from individuals like Chieko Shiina, a supporter of the Fukushima Collaborateive Clinic talk about exploding rates of thyroid cancer in children, as well as an epidemic of leukemia, heart attacks, and other health problems, the Abe-led government and US continue to sweep the fall out of the Fukushima disaster under the rug. Cancer …

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Army Major stripped of Silver Star earned in Afghanistan after Criticizing U.S. strategy.

By February 20th, 2010, the Battle of Marjah had been underway for a week. In order to seize the Afghan district—an IED-infested, Taliban-dominated collection of villages and crisscrossing canals and tree lines that were a defending fighter’s dream—the U.S. military had divided its force into thirds. A task force of more than a thousand U.S. …

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U.S denies Jordan request for drones against ISIS

The Obama administration this year turned down a request from Jordan for Predator spy drones that would help it locate targets in the war against the Islamic State. The refusal, disclosed by a House Armed Services Committee member, has gained attention since Jordan has emerged as a critical player in a U.S.-led coalition to destroy …

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Hollande and Merkel fly to Russia for crisis talks amid growing fears of ‘Total War’

BREAKING NEWS – The leaders of Germany and France abruptly announced a summit with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, in Moscow on Friday in response to overtures from the Kremlin, raising hopes of a breakthrough in the year-old Ukraine conflict. The sudden and unusual decision by the chancellor, Angela Merkel, and the president, François Hollande, …

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ISIS expanding ‘international footprint’ with affiliates in more countries

The Islamic State, despite being driven by Kurdish fighters from its one-time Syrian stronghold in Kobani last week, nevertheless is extending its reach well beyond Iraq and Syria, military officials and analysts warn — represented, by some estimates, in nearly a dozen countries. Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart, director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, delivered a …

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Doctor says mother’s prayer restarted dead boy’s heart

John 14:12 – “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do he will do also; and greater works than these he will do, because I go to My Father. When rescuers arrived to Missouri’s Lake Sainte Louise on Jan. 19 after reports that three 14-year-old boys had …

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Investigators said to see signs of Chinese hackers behind Anthem Hack

Investigators of Anthem’s data breach are pursuing evidence that points to Chinese state-sponsored hackers who are stealing personal information from health-care companies for purposes other than pure profit, according to three people familiar with the probe. The breach, which exposed Social Security numbers and other sensitive details of 80 million customers, is one of the …

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“Catastrophic Shutdown Of America’s Supply Chain Looms”

For those who have been following the recent ISM reports, one of the recurring concerns of respondents in both the manufacturing and service sector has been the congestion at West Coast Ports – which handled 43.5% of containerized cargo in the U.S and where transiting cargo accounted for 12.5% of US GDP – as a …

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World heading for financial crisis worse than in 2008

The world economy may slip into a new global financial crisis in the next few years, China’s Dagong Rating Agency Head Guan Jianzhong said in an interview with TASS news agency on Wednesday. “I believe we’ll have to face a new world financial crisis in the next few years. It is difficult to give the …

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WAR DRUMS – North Korea ‘Staging Biochemical Warfare Drills’

North Korea has boosted biochemical warfare drills as part of its regular winter exercises, intelligence agencies here believe. “Military intelligence believes that the North has carried out at least a dozen massive biochemical drills since late last year,” a senior South Korean official said Thursday. “We believe that could pose a real threat.” The North …

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Number of Full-Time Jobs as Percent of Population Lowest It’s Ever Been

Gallup CEO and Chairman Jim Clifton doubled-down on his comments earlier in the week on the misleading Obama unemployment rate. Obama says the unemployment rate is 5.6% which is very misleading.  Clifton went on America’s Newsroom today to explain the misleading government numbers. “The number of full-time jobs, and that’s what everybody wants, as a …

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