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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
April 28th, 2014

Exactly Like 7 Years Ago? 2014 Is Turning Out To Be Eerily Similar To 2007
As you are about to see, U.S. home sales fell dramatically throughout 2007 even as the mainstream media, our politicians and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke promised us that everything was going to be just fine and that we definitely were not going to experience a recession. Of course we remember precisely what followed.  

MERS brought from Saudi to Egypt. Abbas:Recognizing Israel. Saudi prince cautions Gulf States re Iran
Egypt has discovered its first case of the potentially deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in an Egyptian citizen who had recently returned from Saudi Arabia, Egypt’s Ministry of Health said on Saturday[26 April]. The virus, which can cause coughing, fever and pneumonia, has spread from the Gulf to Europe and has already caused over 90 deaths.  

Lead author claims U.N. climate change report was rewritten for political reasons
If the Church of Global Warming still had any real credibility, the bombshell revelations by Harvard professor Robert Stavins in an open letter published Friday would be devastating. As it is, the fanatics will probably scream that Stavins has become a Nazi-like "climate denier" or tool of Big Oil or something.  

‘We are living in a post-Christian Britain and things will get worse’.
The majority of Roman Catholics and Anglicans are scared to practise their faith in ‘post-Christian’ Britain says a former archbishop of Canterbury. Lord Williams of Oystermouth, the former Dr Rowan Williams, claims that the country is not ‘a nation of believers’ and further decline is inevitable. While the country is not populated exclusively by atheists, the former archbishop said that the era of regular and widespread worship is over.  

Memo Reveals Clinton White House Paranoia Over Free Internet
A heavily redacted memo from then-President Bill Clinton’s White House...revealed that the disgraced administration was frantic about the rise of the free Internet and its implications. The radical document expresses paranoia about the fact that Americans — especially those on what it calls the “right wing” — could now bypass the establishment media to spread the truth and ideas, all of it “unregulated.” Gasp!  

Nation comes to standstill as sirens wail for 6 million lost
Two-minute Holocaust commemoration precedes ceremonies across country to mark annual memorial day.  

Bashar al-Assad to run in Syrian presidential election
Man who has ruled country since 2000 expected to win contentious poll and land third seven-year term.  

Egyptian Brotherhood chief Mohamed Badie among 683 sentenced to death
An Egyptian court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie and 682 other alleged Islamists to death Monday, a lawyer and prosecutor said, after two brief sessions the defence partly boycotted.  

Daily Beast report on Kerry remarks against Israel that may explain radical Abbas hardline
...days after Mr. Kerry told a group that Israel had absolutely no choice but accept a deal with the Palestinians come-what-may and implied he wanted Netanyahu removed from power, Mahmoud Abbas had the PLO take an unprecedented hard line - ruling out even a land swap.  

Set to blow: Toxic smog from Icelandic volcano could kill millions
A MASSIVE volcano pumping out toxic smog is now the biggest threat to Britain.  

Farmers warned to prepare for the worst as risk of El Nino grows
Farmers are being cautioned to prepare contingency plans amid early signs of a large El Nino climate event this year.  

Missouri Passes ‘Emergency’ Bill To Nullify All Federal Gun Laws: Rejects “Unlimited Submission” To Corporate Government!
On April 3rd 2013 the Missouri House passed an “emergency” bill to nullify “virtually every federal gun control measure in the books.” The bill – HB1439 – drew a super majority of support, 110-36.  

North Korea preparing to develop its army to combat US 'military might'
North Korea will develop its military prowess in preparation for a potential confrontation with the United States, according to the hermit kingdom’s news agency. Kim Jong Un...“set forth important tasks for further developing the Korean People's Army and ways to do so” – a day after President Barack Obama warned the North of America’s military strength.  

Netanyahu said to be delaying Turkey rapprochement
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has postponed approval of a reconciliation agreement with Turkey over the 2010 Mavi Marmara raid, a Turkish daily reported Sunday.  

UW launches effort to prepare region for major quake
Scientists fully expect that the coast of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and part of northern California to see a magnitude nine subduction zone earthquake again.  

Arkansas Tornadoes: 'Utter Devastation', At Least 16 Deaths Reported
A dangerous scene played out northwest of Little Rock, Arkansas, on Sunday night when a massive tornado slammed Mayflower and Vilonia, demolishing homes and tossing cars like toys.  

5.4-magnitude quake shook Ilocos Norte; aftershocks expected
MANILA, Philippines – A 5.4-magnitude earthquake jolted off the coast of Ilocos Norte on Monday morning, with aftershocks expected, the state seismologist said.  

New IRS bombshell: 'Most audacious power play yet'
It was the nearly silent bombshell of the IRS scandal, but it may have been one of the most significant. That is especially true considering the target is primarily known as one of the fiercest critics of President Obama and Bill and Hillary Clinton, the latter considered the Democrat’s leading presidential contender in 2016.  

China accused of anti-Christian campaign as church demolition begins
Demolition teams began destroying parts of a Chinese church that has become a symbol of resistance to the Communist Party’s draconian clutch on religion, activists and witnesses said on Monday. Sanjiang church in Wenzhou, a wealthy coastal city known as the "Jerusalem of the East", made headlines earlier this month when thousands of Christians formed a human shield around its entrance after plans for its demolition were announced.  

Killer virus spreads unchecked through U.S. hog belt, pushing pork to record
...The killer stalking U.S. hog farms is known as PEDv, a malady that in less than a year has wiped out more than 10 percent of the nation's pig population and helped send retail pork prices to record highs. The highly contagious Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus is puzzling scientists searching for its origins and its cure and leaving farmers devastated in ways that go beyond financial losses.  

Syria 'still holds chemical weapons' - OPCW head Kaag
The head of the task force in charge of eliminating Syria's chemical weapons says Damascus still holds about 7.5% of its 1,300-tonne stockpile at one site. Envoy Sigrid Kaag was speaking as Syria appeared to miss a Sunday deadline to remove its arsenal from the country. All Syria's chemical weapons are scheduled to be destroyed by 30 June.  

Tornadoes strike central, southern US, killing 12
A broad tornado sliced through Little Rock's suburbs Sunday, killing at least 11 people and leaving behind a miles-long path of destruction as a powerful system rumbling off the Plains provided a violent kick-start to the nation's tornado season.  

Obama visits Philippines; U.S. announces defense pact
The U.S. and the Philippines have agreed on a new 10-year defense pact that will allow increased presence of U.S. troops in the Philippines, White House officials said Sunday. The deal came in advance of President Obama's arrival in the Philippine capital, Manila, on Monday, the last stop on his four-country Asian tour.  

Egypt: Brotherhood's Badie among mass death sentences
A judge at a mass trial in Egypt has recommended the death penalty for 683 people - including the Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie. The defendants faced charges over an attack on a police station in Minya in 2013 in which a policeman was killed. The judge also reversed 492 death sentences out of 529 passed in March, commuting most to life in prison.  

Aleppo gripped by barrel bomb fears
A BBC team has witnessed the devastating effects of air bombardment on Syrian civilians after gaining rare access to rebel-held areas of Aleppo. Emergency rescue teams told the BBC the city was living in "danger and fear". Thousands of people are reported to have been killed or maimed in a campaign of aerial bombardment in northern Syria this year.  

Kerry Warns of Israeli ‘Apartheid’
If there’s no two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict soon, Israel risks becoming “an apartheid state,” Secretary of State John Kerry told a room of influential world leaders in a closed-door meeting Friday.  

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