Coptic Christians, Including Children, were asked to deny faith in Jesus but Refused and more signs of the end of the age ( may 25th- 30th 2017)

Fears Grow Of Increasing ISIS Foothold In Southern Philippines

Inside this lakeside city dotted with hundreds of mosques, a powerful militant designated by the Islamic State group as its leader in the Philippines has…

Nasa attempting first mission ‘to touch the sun’

Nasa is set to make a major announcement about its first mission “to touch the sun”.  The agency wants to send a spacecraft closer to…

Murdered Coptic Christians, Including Children, Were Asked to Deny Faith in Jesus but Refused

According to a chaplain, Friday’s massacre of 29 Coptic Christians who were on their way to a monastery in Egypt occurred after Islamic radicals marched them…

5 Highly Respected Financial Experts That Are Warning That A Market Crash Is Imminent

(By Michael Snyder) If everything is going to be “just fine”, why are so many big names in the financial community warning about an imminent…

US lawmakers seek to reverse Trump’s $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia

Top Republicans and Democrats in Congress have called for the $110-billion arms deal Donald Trump signed with Saudi Arabia last week to be reversed. Their…

Bitcoin sees $4 billion in value wiped out as price of cryptocurrency falls 20%

The price of the world’s most popular cryptocurrency bitcoin has lost over a fifth of its value from the record high of last week.  On…

Trump furious with Abbas, Claimed “You lied to me”

President Donald Trump lambasted Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, after the president claims the PA leader deceived him regarding his party’s involvement in anti-Israel incitement….

Mystery Booms Baffle Residents Of Nottingham, Has Continued Last 48 Hours

A loud “booming” noise has been heard above Nottingham and people are desperate to find out what it was.  The unexplained noise has been described…

Parents Sue San Diego School District Over ‘Initiative to Combat Islamophobia’

Six parents and two non-profit organizations have filed a lawsuit against the San Diego Unified School District to challenge the implementation of a new “initiative to…

Ontario gov’t announces bill to ban pro-life speech outside abortion facilities

Ontario’s Attorney General announced plans for “bubble zone” legislation this morning that would ban pro-life demonstrators and sidewalk counselors from being in front of any…

Israel conducts ‘experimental’ rocket test over heart of the country

The Defense Ministry said Monday that it conducted a successful experimental test of its rocket propulsion system from a military base located in the center…

Hawaii finalizing plans to defend population from nuclear strike and radiation aftermath.

Hawaii is drawing up plans to protect its population from a North Korean nuclear strike and its radiated aftermath. Officials have produced a doomsday survival…

DEVELOPING: Alaska volcano erupts triggering highest aviation warning

Alaska’s Bogoslof Volcano erupted Sunday, sending a plume of ash at least 35,000 feet into the air and temporarily triggering the highest aviation alert, scientists…

Strong 6.6 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Indonesia

The earthquake struck at around 3.35pm BST (9.35pm local time) and registered 6.6 magnitude.  It hit the Sulawesi region in the north of the country at…

Rabbi Claims DNA Holds Secret to Rebuilding Temple in Jerusalem

An Israeli rabbi is making the case the Hebrew priesthood can be re-established through genetics, making it time to rebuild the Temple. “Genetics connects modern…

North Korea Fires short-range ballistic missile flies 450 km, lands in Sea of Japan

North Korea has launched an unidentified projectile which appears to be a short-range ballistic missile, Yonhap news reports, citing South Korea’s military.  South Korea’s Joint…

Zika Cases Have Been Detected In India For The First Time

India has reported three cases of the Zika virus for the first time, including two pregnant women who delivered healthy babies.  Health Ministry officials said…

19 Year-Old Among 13 Arrested In Connection With Manchester Bombing

As the Manchester Arena bombing investigation unfolds, police raid houses and arrest suspects at different locations in the city. Locals say they heard an “explosion”…

Homeland Security weighs banning laptop computers on ALL international flights…

US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Sunday said he was considering banning laptop computers on international flights into and out of the country amid…

Russian Lawmaker Warns, Russia Will Use Nukes if US or NATO Enters Crimea

Russia would be forced to use nuclear weapons in any conflict in which U.S. or NATO forces entered eastern Ukraine, a member of Russia’s parliament…

Pentagon Chief Warns that War with North Korea would be ‘catastrophic’

Defense Secretary James Mattis warned on Sunday that a war with North Korea would be “catastrophic,” and would place United States allies in the region…

RUMORS OF WAR: 3rd US Naval Strike Force Deployed to Deter North Korea

The United States is sending a third aircraft carrier strike force to the western Pacific region in an apparent warning to North Korea to deter…

Israel preparing partial evacuation in case of war with Lebanon

A senior Israeli military official told The Media Line that Israel has prepared a partial evacuation plan for areas close to the border with Lebanon…

Scientists create designer viruses that send ‘killer cells’ to fight tumor

A team of Swiss scientists have created artificial viruses that stimulate the immune system which in turn activates and sends a “powerful army” of so-called…

Hallmark Offering Cards to Celebrate ‘Gender Transitions’

The popular greeting card company Hallmark is selling cards to affirm those who identify as “transgender” and to celebrate those who are undergoing gender “transitions,” the…

RAF fighter jets scrambled to Scotland as Russian aircraft approach UK airspace

RAF fighter jets were scrambled to the north of Scotland this morning after Russian aircraft entered UK airspace, the MOD has confirmed.  Royal Air Force…

Church Pastor among dead in Central African Republic

A church leader was among those killed in the recent outbreak of violence in the Central African Republic, it has emerged. Baptist pastor Ange-Apoléon Ngakolada,…

Israeli Education Minister Warns ‘We will not divide the land with our enemies’

Speaking at the traditional central Jerusalem Day celebration at the Merkaz Harav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Jewish Home) responded Wednesday night to…

Deadly wildfire burns down hundreds of homes in Siberia – State of emergency declared

Three people have been killed and hundred of homes burned down as Russia declares a state of emergency in the Krasnoyarsk region after an apocalyptical…

Three men charged over ‘terror plot to detonate a car bomb’ in London

Three men appeared in court charged over an alleged “mass murder” plot to detonate a car bomb in central London. The suspected scheme, said to…

1/3 of U.S. Honeybee Colonies Died Last Year

America’s beekeepers watched as a third of the country’s honeybee colonies were lost over the last year, part of a decade-long die-off experts said may…

Witchcraft Rising? The Strange Reason Witches Are Coming Out of Hiding

(Reported By Dan Gainor) Writers become oddly specialized in topics the more they write. Usually, that’s a mixture of your own interests and stories you…

Human Re-Orientation Guiding Humanity Toward the Final Deception! Nicholson1968

JAPAN: Another Typhoon + FUKUSHIMA: Radioactivity spikes 6.500 times/CHINESE couple sells baby to pay for iPhone/USA: 1 day debt jumps $328 billion/CANADA: anti-frecking protests and more signs of Jesus’ soon return


Ron Paul confirms U.S. empire will suddenly collapse like Soviet Union did

Former U.S. Rep. Ron Paul doesn’t seen a rosy future ahead for the United States. In fact, he sees a repeat of recent history – though not U.S. history – on the horizon. In an interview with radio host Alex Jones, of InfoWars, Paul – who is a physician by trade and has recently launched his own radio and television network – said he sees the “bust coming soon.” ”They’re (Washington collectively) not going to work their way out of it, so it’s just (all) going to collapse,” he said. “Let’s just keep working on the fact that, when we get around to rebuilding this whole entire system, that we do it the way it was intended originally, and actually improve upon it.” Continuing, Paul said, “I think the concept of liberty has advanced even since the time of the founders, but we’ve regressed so desperately far from what they intended… I think we should anticipate that, you know, in the future, in the next several years, you’re going to see a big, big collapse, and then we have to talk about what kind of a monetary policy, why we need to bring our troops home, why we have to quit expanding the deficit every day, and raising these debt limits, planning on total, socialized medicine – that all has to end, and it’s going to end because it’s going to fail. I think we should anticipate that, and look at it as an opportunity…” More


Nigeria’s Military Is Killing Thousands In Crackdown On Islamic Extremists

LAGOS, Nigeria
 – Shedding stark light on Nigeria’s escalating war with Islamic militants, mortuary records from a single Nigerian hospital show the number of detainees who died in military custody more than tripled in June, the first month of a state of emergency in the troubled northeast region. Overall, the records obtained by The Associated Press for the nine months from Oct. 5 to July 5 indicate that the military is killing thousands in its crackdown on the uprising in northeast Nigeria. The records cover just one hospital, Sani Abacha Specialist Teaching Hospital in Maiduguri, the birthplace of Boko Haram, the movement fighting to uproot Western cultural influences from a country shared almost equally by Muslims and Christians. In the 30 days before the state of emergency was declared on May 14, 380 bodies were delivered to the hospital by the military. In the 30 days after, the number was 1,321. For the whole of June, the number was 1,795, making it the worst month in the records seen by the AP, which has also witnessed many of the bodies being delivered to the hospital in military ambulances, escorted by armored cars. More

Why is NATO stalking our schoolchildren?

Tiny radio frequency identification (RFID) computer chips with the needles used to implant them under the skin (Reuters)
Technocracy is slowly replacing Democracy in the West. In debt crippled countries, such as Italy, Greece and Spain, no politician dares press the default reset button, so the Anaconda debt is delivering slow inexorable death. Because our political representatives lack the spine to bite that bullet, elections have become a charade. Financial markets, the shadowy Gnomes of Zurich, have begun choosing our political leaders. But these Goldman Sachs friendly, loan shark, technocrats are only one arm of an octopus that is emerging as the real power in the Western world. Lesser known are the companies that own valuable patents and, like conjurers, roll out dazzling new scientific gadgets. This is the technology which, in public hands, should now be liberating us all from drudgery and freeing up our leisure time, but in private hands it is doing precisely the opposite. When our MPs, journalists and lawyers store their phone contact book data using a ‘Synch’ service, or back up documents in ‘The Cloud’ they have no idea where their precious work will end up. They share that data unthinkingly with businesses that can quietly copy it, sell it on, or even corrupt it before they let them have it back. These technocrats of the ‘digital revolution’ are planning decades ahead. They steal a march on elected governments using ‘commercial confidentiality’ to keep press, politicians and the public in the dark. In the age of mass surveillance and communication trawling, they can buy intelligence on what elected politicians are about to do, or even thinking of doing, and pour vast resources into counter-moves. More

Man Claims He Is God, That He Killed the Devil After Beating 70-Year-Old Man to Death in Colorado

A Colorado man, accused of beating a 70-year-old man to death, told his mother that he was God and that he had “killed the devil,” after the alleged incident. Zachery Joseph Cooper, 25, was arrested on October 15 and is believed to have beaten Tony Morales to death with a baseball bat, according to The Denver Post. Cooper, who had recently been discharged from the military and suffers from mental illness, had been living at home with his mother, Janet Segura, and Morales, for whom she cared. Segura told police that she came back from a two hour trip to the grocery store to find Cooper naked and “making comments about … being in heaven and referring to himself as God.” Segura called 911 and after dispatchers arrived, they noticed that Morales’ throat had also been slit, according to Cooper’s arrest affidavit. Neighbors told The Denver Post that they saw Cooper outside and naked roughly an hour before the police arrived. They also remembered their deceased neighbor “as a kind man who could often be found tending to his garden or working in his yard.” Christian Post

DAYS OF LOT: Gay Marriage Begins in New Jersey on Monday

New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled that the state must allow gay marriages to begin on Monday, even as governor Chris Christie prepares an appeal to a recent case clearing the way for same-sex marriage in the state. In response to the order, Christie issued a statement saying his office would, albeit unhappily, comply. That means, provisionally, that New Jersey is the 14th state to allow gay marriages.   ”The state has advanced a number of arguments, but none of them overcome this reality: Same-sex couples who cannot marry are not treated equally under the law today,” said Chief Justice Stuart Rabner’s opinion. “The public interest does not favor a stay,” he added. Read the full opinion here. Newark mayor and Senator-elect Cory Booker confirmed on Twitter later Friday that he would marry couples at Newark City Hall on Monday: More

Elementary School Student Initially Banned From Writing About God Receives ‘A’ for Assignment

MEMPHIS – An elementary school in the heart of the Bible Belt has changed its mind after initially banning a 10-year-old girl from writing about God for a class assignment. Erin Shead asked her teacher at Lucy Elementary School in Memphis if she could write about God when her class was given the assignment to write about their “idol” last month. As she was told to choose someone else, she went home and discussed the issue with her mother. The two decided to move forward and write about God, but Erin chose to create a backup in the event that the teacher still refused her work. “God will always make me do the right thing,” she wrote. “He will make me be the best that I can be. I will never ever not believe in Him. … I will never hate Him. He will always be the #1 person I look up to.”   When she attempted to hand in her homework the next day, the teacher would not accept her paper and was told to take it home because it might violate the First Amendment. However, when the girl then gave the teacher a separate creation about the late Michael Jackson, the teacher accepted the project. When her mother Erica learned of what transpired, she met with the principal to discuss the matter. “I told the principal this morning, ‘Would it be better if she wrote about Ellen Degeneres?’” she told reporters following the meeting. “Of course there was no comment.”More

DAYS OF LOT: Pennsylvania Church Boots Boy Scouts Over Policy Permitting Openly Homosexual Members

ALDAN, Penn. – A non-denominational church in Pennsylvania has voted to boot the Boy Scouts of America from their premises over the organization’s amended policy permitting openly homosexual boys to serve as members. Adan Union Church is located just outside of Philadelphia, and has had an amicable working relationship with the Boy Scouts for 93 years. However, due to the decision earlier this year to lift the organization’s ban on open homosexuals, the church decided that it was time to cut ties. “We decided that it was best to part ways with the Boy Scouts of America,” Pastor Paul Thompson told the Daily Times. “Unfortunately, that meant that we wouldn’t be the chartering organization for our Scouts any longer.” He said that the decision was based on the church’s conviction to stay true to Scripture. “We try to have the authority being in the Scriptures rather than ourselves,” Thompson told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “We believe that among those sins is the sin of homosexuality.” He said that he was also concerned that the Scouts decided to take a vote on matters of morality as if right and wrong are based on public opinion. “We could see that BSA was heading in a different direction than where we were,” Thompson explained. “It was not only the decision that was made; it was the way in which it was made: Responding to the changes in society as reflected in questionnaires to their constituents, and where that type of thinking could take them in the future.” More

Obama nominates drone program proponent to lead DHS

President Barack Obama has chosen a former Pentagon attorney who defended the extrajudicial killing of American citizens to man the helm of the United States Department of Homeland Security and replace outgoing Secretary Janet Napolitano. Jeh Johnson, a general counsel for the Pentagon during the president’s first term in office, was named by Mr. Obama as his choice for new DHS secretary during a Friday afternoon press conference. “The president is selecting Johnson because he is one the most highly qualified and respected national security leaders,” a senior administration official told the Washington Post on Thursday while speaking condition of anonymity. “During his tenure at the Department of Defense, he was known for his sound judgment and counsel.” Johnson, 56, served as a special counsel during John Kerry’s unsuccessful 2004 run for the presidency before assisting with Obama’s campaign four years later. During his first week in office, Obama nominated Johnson as DoD general counsel and he was confirmed by the Senate in Feb. 2009. Up until his resignation from Defense Department attorney in December 2012, Johnson advised the largest military in the world, including during historic matters regarding the repeal of the Pentagon’s ban on openly gay troops and the reform of military commissions. More

Morsi supporters stage fresh rallies across Egypt

Thousands of supporters of Egypt’s ousted president Mohamed Morsi have held fresh demonstrations across the North African country. Large crowds of pro-Morsi demonstrators gathered in the cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Damietta, and Suez on Friday afternoon.  The rallies were called by Egypt’s largest Islamic movement Muslim Brotherhood as well as by the country’s largest anti-government group, Pro-Legitimacy Alliance.  The military-backed interim government has been stepping up security to prepare for Friday’s planned demonstrations by sealing off major squares and streets and deploying tanks and troops.  However, some incidents of violent clashes between protesters and security forces have been reported in Cairo and its adjacent areas. Latest reports say several people were also injured in fierce clashes between Morsi-supporters and police forces in the Nile Delta city of Zagazig.  More

‘Iran offered to stop enriching uranium to 20 percent’

During talks this week in Geneva, Iran reportedly offered to stop enriching uranium to 20 percent, and to convert the country’s current stockpile into fuel rods, in exchange for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions. A report in Al-Monitor quoted an Iranian source with purported knowledge of the two-day talks between his country and the P5+1, the five permanent UN Security Council members and Germany.  Iran also pledged to relinquish spent fuel for the still-to-be completed Arak heavy water reactor, according to the report. The proposed measures, along with more probing inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), were meant to allay global fears and make sure that the Islamic Republic cannot quickly reach nuclear weapons capability. More

Orionid Meteor Shower, Leftovers from Halley’s Comet, Set to Peak This Weekend

Orionid Meteor Shower, Leftovers from Halley's Comet, Set to Peak This Weekend
Cosmic litter from Halley’s Comet is set to pepper the night sky in a meteor shower before dawn this weekend and early next week. The Orionid meteor shower can best be described as a lesser version of the famous Perseid meteor shower of August. The October shower is scheduled to reach its maximum before sunrise on Monday morning (Oct. 21). The meteors are known as “Orionids” because they seem to fan out from a region to the north of Orion’s second brightest star, the ruddy hued Betelgeuse. Currently, Orion appears ahead of Earth in the planet’s journey around the sun. The constellation does not completely risen above the eastern horizon until after 11:30 p.m. local daylight time. [Photos: Orionid Meteor Shower of 2012] At its best during the predawn hours around 5 a.m. EDT (0900 GMT) — Orion will be highest in the sky toward the south — the Orionids typically produce around 20 to 25 meteors per hour under a clear, dark sky. This shower is one of just a handful of known meteor showers that can be observed equally well from both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. More

New River Monster Discovered in Brazil

For more than 200 years, skeptics have been announcing the end of the great age of species discovery—and the end, in particular, for finding anything really big. But giant species somehow just keep showing up.  Now scientists are reporting the discovery of a river monster,Arapaima leptosoma, in Brazil’s Amazonas State. It’s a new species, described from a single specimen measuring 33 inches from head to tail, in a genus that can grow to almost 10 feet and weigh up to 440 pounds. Arapaima, also commonly known as pirarucu, is a genus of air-breathing fish that inhabit creeks and backwaters in and around the Amazon basin. They live by crushing other fish between their large bony tongue and the roof of the mouth. People prize them both for their tasty flesh and for their handsome scales, which tourists (including this writer) used to carry home incorporated in handsome necklaces and other folk art. But these huge fish are now badly over harvested, in part because it’s so easy to harpoon them when they come to surface to breathe. Arapaima gigas, for example, is listed as endangered under the Conventional on International Trade in Endangered Species, or CITES. More



China and Japan may step up push for alternative currency.

A photo illustration shows a $100 banknote placed above Chinese 100 yuan banknotes in Beijing
  – Deal or no deal, the U.S. Congress’ dance with default impressed policymakers and investors in China and Japan with just how vulnerable their own economic revival plans are to the next political tantrum on Capitol Hill. The 11th-hour agreement on Wednesday between Congressional Republicans and Democrats to raise the limit on U.S. government borrowing and end a 16-day government shutdown also averted a default on U.S. Treasury bonds that had threatened the global economy and financial system. But Congress gets another chance to hold U.S. creditworthiness hostage early next year ahead of a new February 7 deadline to approve a debt ceiling increase. ”We’re glad a deal has been struck,” said a Japanese policymaker, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “But the uncertainty will remain and it will be the same thing all over again early next year.” He and other Japanese officials say they have already developed contingency plans that include flooding Japan’s banking system with cash to keep markets functioning however panicked investors become. And analysts say China, whose Communist leaders are due to hold a key policy meeting next month, may step up a push for global acceptance of its currency, the yuan or renminbi, as an alternative to the U.S. dollar in international trade.More



U.S. debt jumped a record $328 billion on Thursday, the first day the federal government was able to borrow money under the deal President Obama and Congress sealed this week. The debt now equals $17.075 trillion, according to figures the Treasury Department posted online on Friday.  The $328 billion increase shattered the previous high of $238 billion set two years ago. The giant jump comes because the government was replenishing its stock of “extraordinary measures” — the federal funds it borrowed from over the last five months as it tried to avoid bumping into the debt ceiling. Under the law, that replenishing happens as soon as there is new debt space.  In this case, the Treasury Department borrowed $400 billion from other funds beginning in May, awaiting a final deal from Congress and Mr. Obama. Usually Congress sets a borrowing limit, or debt ceiling, that caps the total amount the government can be in the red. But under the terms of this week’s deal, Congress set a deadline instead of a dollar cap. That means debt can rise as much as Mr. Obama and Congress want it to, until the Feb. 7 deadline.More

Atheist Group Criticizes Police for Faith-Based Initiative

An atheist group is criticizing the Cincinnati Police Department (CPD) for partnering with religious congregations for a prayer walk initiative. The CPD invited “all citizens to participate” in the initiative being held in 14 different communities to help quell the violence that has plagued the city. Congregations were asked to take part in seven prayer walks every Saturday through mid-November. Police records show a 51 percent increase in homicides this year compared to last year, with 59 homicides reported so far this year compared to 39 homicides in 2012. The atheist group, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), is now criticizing the police department for its initiative. It cited the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause and said the government cannot promote, advance, or endorse religion. The organization said officers should “get off their knees and get to work” in a letter to the department and stated that prayer has not been proven to be a deterrent to crime. Pastors from over a dozen congregations are holding the prayer walks. Pastor Drew Smith of the College Hill Presbyterian Church said the first prayer walk was successful. more

Chinese couple sold baby to pay for iPhone

Unemployed parents in Shanghai auctioned their daughter for £5,000 and used the proceeds to buy luxury shoes and an iPhone
Unemployed parents mastermind “sinister conspiracy”, auctioning daughter for £5,000 and using proceeds to buy luxury shoes and iPhone.  An unemployed couple will stand trial in Shanghai for allegedly selling their baby and using the proceeds to bankroll an online shopping spree, including the purchase of an iPhone. The couple, named only as Mr Teng and Ms Zhang, began posting online adverts for the child in June this year, Shanghai’s Jiefang Daily newspaper reported on Friday. The adverts suggested they would be willing to part with their unborn baby in exchange for up to 50,000 yuan (£5,070). After a home birth, designed to cover-up the crime, they handed over the baby girl and received a large cash payment into their bank account on the very same day. Mr Teng and Ms Zhang reportedly told prosecutors they were acting in their daughter’s best interests, claiming they had hoped to place her with a financially stable family who could provide an education. “We did not give the baby away for money but in order to give it more security,” they were quoted as saying. More

Radioactivity level spikes 6,500 times at Fukushima well

Radioactivity levels in a well near a storage tank at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan have risen immensely on Thursday, the plant’s operator has reported. Officials of the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) said on Friday they detected 400,000 becquerels per liter of beta ray-emitting radioactive substances – including strontium – at the site, a level 6,500 times higher than readings taken on Wednesday, NHK World reported.  The storage tank leaked over 300 tons of contaminated water in August, some of which is believed to have found its way into the sea through a ditch.  The well in question is about 10 meters from the tank and was dug to gauge leakage.  TEPCO said the findings show that radioactive substances like strontium have reached the groundwater. High levels of tritium, which transfers much easier in water than strontium, had already been detected.  Officials at TEPCO said they will remove any contaminated soil around the storage tank in an effort to monitor radioactivity levels of the water around the well.  The news comes after it has been reported a powerful typhoon which swept through Japan led to highly radioactive water near the crippled nuclear power plant being released into a nearby drainage ditch, increasing the risk of it flowing into the sea. More

Canadian First Nation anti-fracking protest: Arrests, pepper-spray, snipers, torched cars

An anti-fracking protest descended into violence when an estimated 100 police officers sought to control hundreds more Canadian protesters who set cars on fire and threatened officers mounted on horseback. Tension spilled over Thursday when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) moved in to take down barriers erected by members of the Elsipogtog First Nation tribe in New Brunswick, Canada. Activists and local aboriginals have held demonstrations for a week to protest shale gas exploration in the region. The method of gas extraction involves drilling shallow, low-pressure fractures into the earth, which adds thousands of liters of chemicals to groundwater and emits foul odors from the ground.
At least 40 people were arrested Thursday for firearms violations, threats, intimidation, mischief, and violating a court-order injunction, the RCMP said. First Nation Chief Aaron Sock was among those taken into custody.  The RCMP claimed that at least one shot was fired Thursday by someone other than an officer and that at least five police cars were set on fire. They are investigating the possibility that explosives were planted at the scene and asserted that demonstrators were throwing rocks and bottles, along with spraying some kind of liquid at officers. “The RCMP has worked diligently with all parties involved in hopes for a peaceful resolution. Those efforts have not been successful. Tensions were rising, and serious criminal acts are being committed,” RCMP constable Jullie Rogers-Marsh said in a news release. More


9 Signs That China Is Making A Move Against The U.S. Dollar

On the global financial stage, China is playing chess while the U.S. is playing checkers, and the Chinese are now accelerating their long-term plan to dethrone the U.S. dollar.  You see, the truth is that China does not plan to allow the U.S. financial system to dominate the world indefinitely.  Right now, China is the number one exporter on the globe and China will have the largest economy on the planet at some point in the coming years.  The Chinese would like to see global currency usage reflect this shift in global economic power.  At the moment, most global trade is conducted in U.S. dollars and more than 60 percent of all global foreign exchange reserves are held in U.S. dollars.  This gives the United States an enormous built-in advantage, but thanks to decades of incredibly bad decisions this advantage is starting to erode.  And due to the recent political instability in Washington D.C., the Chinese sense vulnerability.  China has begun to publicly mock the level of U.S. debt, Chinese officials have publicly threatened to stop buying any more U.S. debt, the Chinese have started to aggressively make currency swap agreements with other major global powers, and China has been accumulating unprecedented amounts of gold.  All of these moves are setting up the moment in the future when China will completely pull the rug out from under the U.S. dollar. More
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SIGNS IN THE HEAVENS: Big asteroid buzzes past Earth and will again in 19 years

This diagram shows the orbit of asteroid 2013 TV135 (in blue), which has just a one-in-63,000 chance of impacting Earth.<br />
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One of the most dangerous asteroids on record zipped close by Earth last month. It made headlines on Thursday, when reports said that there’s a chance it could strike our planet in less than 20 years. Such a collision could unleash a force as powerful as a couple of thousand atomic bombs. But NASA was quick to calm nerves and point out some very good news. The most dangerous known asteroids don’t really pose much of a threat. And there are very few of them. Also, the chances that this one, which the Ukrainian astronomers who discovered it named 2013 TV135, will collide with Earth are extremely slim, NASA said in a statement it called “a reality check.” The space agency is 99.998% certain that when it whooshes back around the planet in 2032, it will simply sail past us again.  The probability of it striking Earth currently stands at 1:63,000, and even those odds are fading fast, as scientists find out more about the asteroid. ”This is a relatively new discovery,” said Don Yeomans, manager of NASA’s NEO Program. “With more observations, I fully expect we will be able to significantly reduce, or rule out entirely, any impact probability for the foreseeable future.” 2013 TV135 was discovered on October 8, while NASA was closed during the government shutdown. And already it looks to soon be joining the ranks of the more than 10,000 known near-Earth objects that are virtually certain to cause us no harm. More

Typhoon Francisco to Strengthen, Track Toward Japan Next Week

Satellite image of Francisco
Typhoon Francisco continues to become better organized as it spins to the southwest of Guam. Francisco has developed in a similar area to where former Typhoon Wipha formed last week.  Francisco, which became a typhoon Thursday, will bring heavy downpours to the Mariana Islands, including Guam, over the next day or two as the storm tracks northward. As the storm strengthens through the end of the week, damaging winds should remain west of the Mariana Islands. Later this week into early next week, Francisco will travel over the open waters of the Western Pacific, south of Japan. Warm water and low wind shear should allow for further intensification as Francisco takes a track very similar to that of former Typhoon Wipha.  By early next week, Francisco will begin to interact with a frontal boundary to the north that approaches Japan. This will front will attempt to steer Francisco northward then turn the storm northeast toward southern and eastern Japan. Depending on the exact timing of the front coming in from the west, Francisco could be guided on a track very similar to the one taken by Wipha.  If this scenario unfolds, another round of flooding rain and damaging winds would slam eastern Japan, including Tokyo. If Francisco were to miss the connection with this frontal boundary, the storm would likely slow in speed and track off to the west before being lifted northward by a later frontal boundary. This would likely take the greatest impacts of Francisco into the Korean Peninsula or western Japan, similar to the track of Tropical StormKong-Rey, earlier this year. Live Science
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Snow-like hail blankets NSW beach

Residents of a sleepy town on the southern coast of NSW were treated to scenes resembling a winter wonderland after a freak hail storm blanketed a popular beach in snow only a day after the mercury soared above 30 degrees. Local Allen Coulthard, 27, captured some of the spectacular scenes at Malua Bay Beach last night as his children used a body board to glide along the seemingly snow-blanketed shore. Mr Coulthard, who works as a baker, said the drama unfolded as his family sat down to dinner last night. ”It was like a normal sunny day and I then it became overcast and all of a sudden,” he told ninemsn. ”We were in the middle of having dinner and then it started hailing. No warning at all.” ”Once it stopped we went out to the front yard and my brother showed up saying that there was more at the beach.” More

Persecution of Christians getting worse

The situation of Christians has sharply deteriorated in many countries according to a new report due to be launched later today. The report Persecuted and Forgotten?, which is due to be launched at a meeting in the Houses of Parliament, claims that an exodus of Christians from many countries threatens Christianity’s status as a worldwide religion. Produced by the UK office of Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need, the report examines the situation of Christians in 30 different countries, including Afghanistan, China, Laos, Pakistan, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. Covering the past two-and-a-half years, it finds the worst problems are in a number of majority Islamic countries and authoritarian states such as North Korea and Eritrea. John Pontifex, one of the report’s authors, said: “The principal finding of the report is that in two-thirds of the countries where persecution of Christians is most severe, the problems have become arguably even worse. ”In fact the Church’s very survival in some parts – notably the Middle East – is now at stake.” More

University plans to build THREE types of toilet for men, women and transgender so that ‘all students feel welcome’

Potential layout? The students union wants to open three toilets which could be arranged like this with the transgender toilet on the right
: One of Britain’s top universities could become the first in the country to install three types of toilet for men, women and transgenders. The ‘gender neutral’ loos have been requested by the student union at the University of Sussex in Brighton, in a bid to make all students feel more welcome. But some students have labelled the idea as ‘stupid’, saying the committee should be spending more time discussing other issues.   Students Union communications officer Imogen Adie said: ‘It’s an exciting piece of work. We want to break down barriers and make university a more welcoming place for everyone. ’I think the university are really open to it. The University of Sussex is a really open community and we want people to know that. We want to make people’s experience of university as easy as possible. ’We are working towards forming the first university trans-student policy and we need your help. ’To ask trans-people which identity they fit into can be painful, and yet when we have gendered toilets we ask them to do this every day. ’We’d like the university to provide more gender neutral toilets alongside single gender toilets so that all of our students are comfortable and safe on campus.’ But one third-year history student, said: ‘It’s stupid. Haven’t the bleeding-heart brigade at the SU got anything better to discuss? More

Sign in Indiana School Promotes Population Control

In 1968, the book The Population Bomb was released and predicted, among other things, mass famine and death from starvation due to overpopulation. The book initially claimed that there was no possible way for India to feed its population of 200 million. Since the book was published, India’s population has grown to over a billion, and while malnourishment levels are unacceptably high, it is mostly due to corruption and and government ineffectiveness, not overpopulation. The mass starvation due to food shortages never came to fruition–food production actually increased faster than ever before. Despite the completely wrong predictions in The Population Bomb, the idea that the world is becoming grossly overpopulated has remained in the public’s mind. This has led to a shockingly low fertility rate in the western world–almost all of Europe is not reproducing at replacement-level rates. It is not a school’s job to dictate family size to its students, but I am not at all surprised by this sort of rhetoric. This ridiculous project is grounded in junk science and overly-hysterical predictions, and should not be presented as fact to students.









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