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“Let the Headlines Speakf”
by From the Internet   
April 25th, 2014

Former U.S. President Suggests The Idea Of Alien Invasion Bringing World Unity
“An alien invasion of planet earth would not be surprising, and could unite this increasingly divided world of ours, because the differences among people of Earth would seem small in comparison. An invasion by extraterrestrials might be the best way to unite the fractious countries of our war-wracked planet, if we feel threatened by a space invader.  

Obama Oks Hire Of 2 Muslim Chaplains With Terror Ties For Active US Military Service
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity, is proudly announcing that the U.S. military is again using their chaplains for active-duty service after a 15-year lull.  

2,000-year-old chisel found at the Western Wall may have been used in its construction - See more at: http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-general/2000
Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient chisel that may have been used in the construction of the Western Wall in Jerusalem, according to a report in Haaretz. The chisel was found along with a number of other Second Temple-era artifacts, which draw into question the belief that the wall was commissioned to be built by King Herod.  

Controlling Nature: Man and Weather Manipulation
The U.S. government may have gone a step further in influencing weather not with ballistics or chemicals, but with electromagnetic energy. The High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (Project HAARP) out of Gakona, Alaska, was managed by the Air Force, the Navy, and others from its inception in 1993 to its alleged closure last year. HAARP consisted of a 180 large antennae arrays, each about 72 feet tall, that used electromagnetic radio wave radiation with a range of 3.6 million watts to energize the ionosphere.  

Humongous iceberg slowly drifts away from Antarctica
An iceberg -- bigger than the island of Guam and six times larger than Manhattan -- is slowly drifting away from Antarctica. The giant chunk of ice calved from the South Pole last year, and scientists have been doing their best to track the berg's movement.  

Fatah insisting unity government recognize Israel
PA ‘won’t complete the reconciliation process’ unless Hamas agrees to international conditions, senior official says.  

West and Russia must unite to tackle radical Islam, says Tony Blair
Highlighting the ''growing'' danger from religious extremism, the former prime minister is to call for it to be put at the ''top of the agenda''. Failing to ''take sides'' with moderates in the Middle East and North Africa could mean the 21st century is dominated by conflict rather than peaceful coexistence, he will say. Mr Blair is due to make the intervention in a speech at Bloomberg in London on Wednesday morning.  

Should The Episcopal Church Now Embrace Threesomes?
Here comes the bride. And another one. And another one! Meet world's first married lesbian THREESOME . . . and they're expecting a baby in July. Doll, Kitten and Brynn, all from Massachusetts, married last August. Kitten is expecting a daughter in July.  

Ala. Supreme Court: 'Unborn Child Has Inalienable Right to Life From its Earliest Stages'
In a case about a pregnant woman who used cocaine and endangered her unborn child, the Alabama Supreme Court affirmed (8-1) that the word “child” includes “an unborn child,” and that the law therefore “furthers the State’s interest in protecting the life of children from the earliest stages of their development.”  

Rev. Graham: ‘Christians Are Being Attacked’ by Hollywood & Some ‘News Media’
Anti-Christian actions are occurring in America and much of it is “coming out of the entertainment industry” and some segments of the “news media,” said Rev. Franklin Graham, who added that “Christians are being attacked” and this is on the rise globally, along with increasing incidents of anti-Semitism.  

French banker 14th financial-services executive death
There have been 13 senior financial services executives deaths around the world this year, but the most notable thing about the sad suicide of the 14th, a 52-year-old banker at France’s Bred-Banque-Populaire, as she is the first female.  

'Mystery man' requested IRS prosecute conservatives
The IRS scandal now has a mystery figure – someone in a position of great power who requested the targeting of conservative groups. The congressional committee leading the investigation into the IRS abuse scandal obtained a bombshell email from a Justice Department employee to an IRS official that says, “I have been asked to run something by you.”  

S. Korean navy fires warning shots on N. Korean ships Read more: S. Korean navy fires warning shots on N. Korean ships
A South Korean naval vessel fired warning shots after two North Korean patrol boats crossed the disputed maritime border Friday, just before US President Barack Obama arrived in Seoul for a two-day visit. The two North Korean boats, which normally serve to keep fishing boats on the right side of the boundary, crossed “one nautical mile south” into South Korean waters, a defense ministry official told AFP.  

At scene of Nevada ranch standoff, 'citizen soldiers' are on guard
The first thing you see on the drive to Cliven Bundy's ranch are the American flags — tied to roadside guardrails, flapping in a hard desert wind. ..."State sovereignty is what we're fighting for," reads a sign strung to a fence. And another: "The West has now been won!"  

Strongest sandstorm in decades sweeps China
A strong sandstorm swept Gansu Province in northwest China on Wednesday, reducing visibility to less than 65ft, according to the provincial meteorological center. The sandstorm, the strongest since 1996 according to reports, started in the early afternoon in Dunhuang County. "Suddenly it became dark and I can't tell whether it's day or night," said one resident.  

Tensions in Ukraine flare as EU calls for groups to lay down weapons
Ukrainian forces killed up to five pro-Moscow rebels on Thursday (24 April) prompting Russia to launch army drills near the border and raising fears the crisis is escalating. EU foreign affairs spokesman Michael Mann told reporters in Brussels that all parties to the joint Geneva statement must put pressure on the groups to help diffuse the recent rise in tensions.  

In wake of Hamas-Fatah unity, Israel calls off talks with Palestinians
Five days before the scheduled end of the current round of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, the security cabinet decided Thursday to suspend the talks and efforts to extend them past the April 29 deadline. The decision, coming at the end of a seven hour discussion in Tel Aviv, comes in reaction to Wednesday's Palestinian announcement of Fatah-Hamas reconciliation.  

Syrian regime under siege near Israel's border
Assad regime loyalist military forces have been under siege in the border area near Israel for many months, and attempts by the Syrian army to reverse rebel victories in the region have so far been a failure. ...The IDF watches closely as rebels and Syrian army forces attack one another every day. It continues to make preparations for the day when jihadi gunmen turn their sights southward, toward the Israeli border.  

China splurging on military as US pulls back
China's navy commissioned 17 new warships last year, the most of any nation. In a little more than a decade, it's expected to have three aircraft carriers, giving it more clout than ever in a region of contested seas and festering territorial disputes.  

Obama Warns North Korea Against Nuclear Test
President Barack Obama is warning of a "firm response" should North Korea go ahead with a fourth nuclear test that some analysts and officials say could take place in the coming days.  

Religious Freedom Under Threat in the US and Abroad, Says Q Conference Speaker
Religious freedom and the common good was among the topics discussed Wednesday during the annual three-day Q Conference which is built around the belief that "Christians are called to redeem entire cultures, not just individuals."  

Assad’s Boasts
Syrian President Bashar Assad said he expects that major military operations in Syria will conclude by the end of 2014. Following this, all that will remain will be the need to deal with the ongoing problem of “terrorists.” The bullish confidence of the Syrian leader followed recent remarks by Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah, who said in a speech that the danger that the Syrian regime could fall has now been averted.  

Iran petrol prices surge as subsidies cut
Iran has cut state subsidies on petrol in a move that saw prices rise at midnight by up to 75%. Reports said Iranians rushed to fill up their cars before the deadline. The government of President Hassan Rouhani hopes the move will bolster an economy battered by Western sanctions.  

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