is the blueprint, it is the action plan, to inventory and control all
land, all water, all plants, all minerals, all construction, all
animals, all means of production, all energy, all information and all
the human beings in the world. It is a completely comprehensive plan,
it’s global and it’s implemented locally… It is in every single town
all across the United States and across the world. It is run by the
US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on Tuesday to tighten
restrictions on travel to the United States by citizens of the 38
nations who are allowed to enter the country without obtaining a visa.
Rebel groups meet in Riyadh to find common ground ahead of possible talks to remove Assad regime from power.
to a survey conducted by the Brookings Institute’s Center for Middle
East Policy entitled “American Attitudes Toward The Middle East And
Israel“, 79 percent of all evangelical Christians in America believe
that “the unfolding violence across the Middle East is a sign that the
end times are nearer”. In addition, the survey also discovered that
evangelical Christians are also far more likely to be pro-Israel than
the population as a whole, and most of them believe that Israel will
control more territory than it currently possesses before Jesus comes
decided to leave God on the cutting-room floor for a commercial
featuring “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”
Producers for the computer giant’s latest television commercial
reshuffled lyrics to the popular song to avoid airing, “With God as our
Father, brothers all are we. Let me walk with my brother in perfect
Australia duty seismologist Eddie Leask said the quake was “very
shallow at about 20km deep or so”.
There was a chance of some minor tsunami activity closer to the
epicentre, and it was possible there was some damage to villages in
Seram, he said.
said Ankara had “violated the norms of the international law,” giving
Russia what’s called in international judicial language ‘a casus belli’,
or a reason to start a war.
Putin has praised the Russian cruise missiles fired against terrorists
in Syria from the sea. He expressed hope that these weapons would not
have to be armed with nuclear warheads.
eggs of the genetically engineered animal contain an enzyme that can
treat a rare disease. The drug, Kanuma (sebelipase alfa), is a
recombinant human enzyme marketed by Alexion Pharmaceuticals. It
replaces a faulty enzyme in people with a rare, inherited condition that
prevents the body from breaking down fatty molecules in cells.
A form of the disease that strikes infants is quickly fatal.
surprising, at the UN climate summit in Paris, a baffled Barack Obama
said that the San Bernardino massacre motive is a mystery – then uses
the tragedy to push for gun control and declare “climate change is a
threat to national security on par with terrorism.”
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military forces were available for a rescue operation not long after
the U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, came under attack by
terrorists Sept. 11, 2012, according to an email to former Secretary of
State Hillary Clinton’s closest aides.
world outraged at latest research of renowned scholar of Arabic and
Islamic studies Youssef Ziedan. Renowned Egyptian scholar Youssef
Ziedan, a specialist in Arabic and Islamic studies, has given a series
of interviews to Egyptian television stations of late, the purpose of
which appears to be to anger his Muslim colleagues. His main point has
been to say that there is actually no connection between Jerusalem and
number of foreign fighters who have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join
militant groups such as Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) has
more than doubled and could stand at 31,000, according to a new study.
The figures show the extent to which a jihadist movement that grew out
of Iraq’s insurgency and Syria’s civil war has become a hub for
strikes in Syria for the first time from a submarine stationed in the
Mediterranean, ratcheting up its bombing campaign in the war-torn
The strikes came with Syria’s splintered opposition due to begin
Saudi-organised talks in Riyadh on Wednesday for difficult discussions
on forming a united front in potential talks with President Bashar
al-Assad to end the country’s four-year conflict.
Trudeau raised eyebrows when he admitted to having dabbled in marijuana
while a member of parliament, but his pledge as prime minister to
legalize pot has been broadly cheered.
He said in a policy speech on Friday that his Liberal government would
introduce legislation as early as 2016 to legalize marijuana, making
Canada the first in the G7 bloc of industrialized nations to do so,
although precise details remain sketchy.
world’s top geneticists decided to spend the vast majority of last week
discussing how to keep new genetic editing tools from ultimately
destroying the human race…
A future where the gene editing technique CRISPR/Cas9 is used by…
biologists…(to)…create fanciful organisms straight out of sci-fi is
not just possible—it’s likely, argue two of the country’s top
scientists have developed a tiny sensor powered by the radio waves it
uses to communicate information.
Such sensors could help advance the nascent Internet of Things industry,
researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology said.
Increasingly tiny chips that measure temperature, light, and air
pollution are being deployed around cities and in smart homes and
reported cases of Jewish terror attacks, should all Jews be barred from
obtaining visas in order to enter the United States?
This was a question posed by CNN’s Ashleigh Banfield Tuesday morning
during an interview with…Jeffrey Lord, when asked if his preferred
presidential candidate was not applying a double standard to Muslims.
authorities identify third attacker from Paris concert hall
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Members of the band Eagles of Death Metal, Jesse Hughes, right, and
Julian Dorio, kneeling, pay their respects to the victims who died in
the attack at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris. The band was in
concert there at the time of the attacks. (Jacques Brinon/AP)
By Daniela Deane December 9 at 5:00 AM
LONDON — French authorities have identified the third attacker who blew
himself up at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris last month in the
deadliest attacks on French soil since World War II, French media
ex-wife of grunge rocker Scott Weiland, who died after years of
addiction, has urged fans not to glamorize the singer but instead learn
from his mistakes.
warned in advance that its military would launch strikes Tuesday on
Syria for the first time from a submarine stationed in the
Mediterranean, the United States said.
to a new study of 100,000 consumers, mobile technology is expected to
be replaced by artificial intelligence.
Many consumers believe smartphones will cease to exist within five
years, according to new research carried out by researchers on behalf of
The company’s ConsumerLab questioned more than 100,000 customers in its
native Sweden and 39 other countries, seeking their views on their
technological desires for the future.
of Congress concerned about America’s survival have shied away from
impeaching President Obama on national security grounds. They either
think impeachment would take too long or that the political process of
impeaching the first black Democratic President would be too polarizing.
There is an alternative: removing Obama from office because of
the aftermath of the uproar caused by Donald Trump’s press release
“calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the
United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is
going on,” the Pew Research Center released some truly astonishing
polling data on the support among Muslims worldwide for Sharia law.
very first thing Barack Obama did on his first full day at the White
House was to jack up the heat
Out on the campaign trail, he had advised the plebes of the world to
keep their thermostats—- to “72 degrees at all times”—no matter how
frigid the winter and had lectured plain folk to pump air into their
tires for the sake of the environment. It was said that the new
administration made it warm enough in the White House to grow
orchids.“Love the smell of orchids heavy with the scent of
eco-hypocrisy…:” blogged savvy Michelle Malkin.
— An Israeli military court has sentenced a female Palestinian lawmaker
to 15 months in prison after convicting her of belonging to an illegal
organization and incitement, the army announced Tuesday, drawing angry
denunciations from Palestinian leaders in the West Bank.