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“Let the Headlines Speak”
by From the Internet   
September 11th, 2019

Is The Glory Of God Departing America?
The Bible proves time and again the truth of the great hymn: “Prone to wander, Lord I feel it; prone to leave the God I love.” Sadly, that truth does not just relate to individuals, it relates to peoples and nations as well. Kingdoms, city-states, and nations rise and fall. There is yet to be a nation under heaven that has not wandered away from the very God who has poured out blessing upon it. How much of America’s decline has occurred because Christians have silently tolerated too much?

Presbyterian Church Goes Full Nazi with New Boycott
Presbyterian Council Letter: Pure Racism. This initiative was finally acted upon when Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, II, Stated Clerk of the Office of the General Assembly of the PC(USA), sent a letter to RE/MAX asking that the company stop operating in Judea, Samaria, and sections of eastern Jerusalem. The letter cited “reputational risks” the company would face should they continue to operate in these areas.

National Hurricane Center now keeping eye on 4 systems in Atlantic, including one approaching Florida
The National Hurricane Center is now keeping an eye on four systems in the Atlantic, with another tropical wave moving off the coast of Africa. A disturbance north of Puerto Rico is moving into an area conducive for development and is expected to approach the Bahamas and Florida late this week. Another system farther east is approaching the Caribbean. While development is possible over the next couple of days, the Hurricane Center said it’s forecast to encounter upper-level winds after that time.

As The NFL Season Begins, The Social Decay In NFL Cities Is Worse Than Ever
while these highly paid teams are playing in some of the most beautiful sports stadiums in the entire world, the cities that they represent are rapidly falling apart all around them. From coast to coast, major U.S. cities are rapidly being transformed into rotting, decaying hellholes, and it is getting worse with each passing year. According to a new study, more leprosy cases are starting to emerge in Los Angeles County, with Dr. Maria Teresa Ochoa of the University of Southern California urging the public to “fight the stigma.”

Chemical secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls revealed
A team of researchers led by MIT’s Admir Masic have used a non-invasive technique to determine why one of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls is so well-preserved. The analysis of the 2,000-year-old Temple Scroll provides new insights into not only how ancient parchments were made, but also how to better preserve such artifacts for future generations.

Artificial leaf produces first drugs using sunlight
The leaf has started to earn its keep, too. The team put it to the test and found that it was able to successfully produce two different drugs: artimensinin, which is effective against malaria, and ascaridole, which is used against certain parasitic worms.

Mystery vaping illness clarified, vitamin E acetate under the spotlight
“All of our patients underwent evaluation, and after the clinical evaluation we found a certain type of pneumonia that was noninfectious,” says Fox. “It’s called lipoid pneumonia. Basically, it can occur when either oils or lipid-containing substances enter the lungs.” A team of scientists from the University of Utah also recently published the findings of their recent investigations, suggesting the illness may be a new form of lipoid pneumonia. This research looked at six cases in Utah and found all patients displayed a unique kind of immune cell collecting in their lungs. Through a diagnostic procedure called bronchoalveolar lavage, the study identified lipid-laden macrophages in the lungs of all six patients.

Vladimir Putin’s party loses more than a third of its seats in Moscow elections after protests were violently crushed and opposition leader arrested
President Vladimir Putin’s ruling party, United Russia, has lost more than a third of seats in the Moscow parliament following a volatile election mired with protests. The poll on Sunday suggests a tactical voting strategy pushed by opponents may have worked, after the exclusion of many candidates triggered mass demonstrations.

Iran seizes alleged fuel-smuggling ship in Persian Gulf, detains crew
Iranian coast guard commander Col. Hossein Dehaki told Iran’s Fars News Agency that the vessel was carrying approximately 284,000 liters of fuel, and that “12 foreign nationals from the Philippines were arrested and legal measures are underway with regard to their cases.” The report did not specify under which flag the vessel was sailing.

Netanyahu exposes previously unknown nuclear weapons site in Iran
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed what he said was a newly discovered Iranian nuclear weapons development site at Abadeh, south of Isfahan, during a hastily called press conference Monday afternoon. The prime minister showe satellite photos of the site taken in June, and then – after the Iranians discovered that the site had been uncovered – pictures from July showing their attempts to cover-up and destroy the site.

Australia fires: Hundreds evacuated from coastal blaze
Hundreds of people have been evacuated from their homes in eastern Australia as firefighters battle more than 130 blazes across two states. Officials say the intense blazes mark the worst start to the fire season on record for the state of Queensland. On Tuesday, 58 fires were also burning across about 100,000 hectares in neighbouring New South Wales.

Brexit: Protests as five-week Parliament suspension begins
Parliament has officially been suspended for five weeks, with MPs not due back until 14 October. Amid unprecedented scenes in the Commons, some MPs protested against the suspension with signs saying “silenced” while shouting: “Shame on you.” It comes after PM Boris Johnson’s bid to call a snap election in October was defeated for a second time.

Syria war: ‘Air strikes’ hit Iran-backed forces near Iraq border
Warplanes have struck positions of Iran-backed militias near Syria’s border with Iraq, activists say. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group, said at least 18 Iranian and pro-Iranian fighters were killed. It was not clear who carried out the overnight strikes in and around the town of Albu Kamal.

Brain hack devices must be scrutinised, say top scientists
Devices that merge machines with the human brain need to be investigated, a study has said. In future, “people could become telepathic to some degree” and being able to read someone else’s thoughts raises ethical issues, experts said. This could become especially worrying if those thoughts were shared with corporations.

North Korea fires 2 projectiles after offering talks with US
North Korea launched two projectiles toward the sea on Tuesday, South Korea’s military said, hours after the North offered to resume nuclear diplomacy with the United States but warned its dealings with Washington may end without new U.S. proposals. The launches and demand for new proposals were apparently aimed at pressuring the United States to make concessions when the North Korea-U.S. talks restart.

What is dengue, and why is it so widespread this year?
Dubbed “breakbone fever”, dengue is one of the world’s leading mosquito-borne illnesses and infects tens of millions across the globe annually. Around half of the planet’s population live in at-risk areas, mainly in Latin America, Africa and Asia. Outbreaks have ravaged Southeast Asia this year, infecting hundreds of thousands, killing hundreds, and crippling health care systems…

Many U.S. farmers fume at Washington, not Trump, over biofuel, trade policies
American farmers helped elect President Donald Trump in 2016 on hopes he would shake up Washington and turn around a struggling agricultural economy, but many of his policies have actually stung farmers, notably his trade war with China and biofuel waivers for oil refiners. Many farmers are angry, and some are directing their anger not at the Republican president, but at Washington’s bureaucracy.

Satellite images taken after airstrike show damage to warehouses of pro-Iranian militia in Syria
Satellite images taken Monday following an overnight air strike along Syria’s border with Iraq showed damage to four large warehouses of a pro-Iran militia. According to foreign news reports, the Israel Air Force attacked the site, which holds an expansive military complex, several times in recent years.

Killer slime that can ‘kill you in seconds’ taking over France’s beaches
France’s beaches have been inundated by lethal slime with what experts say has the potential to kill sunbathers within seconds.

Dorian death toll feared to reach thousands as storm caused ‘absolute destruction’ and ‘nightmare’ to the Bahamas
Category 5 Hurricane “Dorian” unleashed its fury on the Bahamas on September 1, 2019, as the strongest ever to hit the archipelago. 45 fatalities were initially confirmed but with the extreme damage that eradicated 45% of infrastructure on Grand Bahama and 90% on Abaco, the death toll is feared to dramatically rise to thousands. Residents described the aftermath a nightmare, saying “everything is absolutely gone,” comparing the output to that of an atomic bomb.

Out of Chaos Comes Order-The Hegelian Dialectic Is the Master Plan To Usher In the New World Order
Out of Chaos Comes Order-The Hegelian Dialectic Is the Master Plan To Usher In the New World Order.  It is simple, problem, reaction, solution. This the game plan and their false flag operations are achieving their goals (red flag laws). Here is the story:

After a decade, an odd star is back to spitting bright flashes of radio waves at us
Ten years ago, the bright star XTE J1810-197 went dark and silent on the radioscopes without warning. Now, researchers report that the magnetar has recently roused from dormancy and has started behaving differently than it did in the past.

Breaking: Van Filled With 1,000 Gallons Of Gasoline Found In Downtown Baltimore Parking Structure Ahead Of Trump’s Visit
 A large area of downtown Baltimore was evacuated on Monday after a van filled with 1,000 gallons of gasoline was found in a parking garage — just days before President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit the city.

Trump Lifts Historic Number Of Americans Off Food Stamps
According to a new report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a shocking 6.2 million people are off of food stamps since President Donald Trump took office back in 2017.

The UN Is Normalizing Pedophilia: The Deep State Is Free to Prey Upon Your Children
The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is sanctioning a sexual revolution that will culminate in the legalization and whole-hearted support of transgenderism but will also support the legalization of pedophilia.

At Least 21 Dead, After Likely Israeli Air-Strike On Iranian-Backed Militias In Syria
President Obama promised that his radical JCPOA would prevent war between Israel and Iran. Obama lied. Instead, Obama’s JCPOA has made war between Israel and Iran inevitable.

ANTIFA Has Become Indistinguishable From The Neo-Nazis And It’s Time We Demand That Congress Condemns Them As A Domestic Hate Group
Antifa combines the red flag of Communism with the black flag of Nazism to create the flag and banner that they march under as they riot in the streets and beat over the head anyone who will not comply with their terroristic threats and demands. Their actions over the past few years have rendered them virtually indistinguishable from the neo-nazis they claim to be fighting against. In word and in deed, Antifa has become more nazi-like than the Neo-Nazis. It is time we pulled the plug on this cowardly group of black-hood wearing cowards.

A New Phase of Red Dawn Preparation and Activity Has Commenced
As followers of this website, it is clear that a Red Dawn invasion of a weakened invasion is planned. We are now witnessing the unveiling of domestic terrorism on a larger scale designed to weaken America. Meanwhile, south of our border, the Russians have moved in heavy armor in large numbers and are awaiting a sufficiently weakened America before attacking. This report exposes the beginnings of this two-pronged action. MS-13 is on the loose and the Russians are moving tanks into Nicaragua after signing a naval agreement with Ortega.

Alien Disclosure Taking Place At Branson This Week
This past Saturday, I popped into a recent UFO conference in Phoenix with my former news director, Annie DeRiso. I got to hear the presentations of two individuals that you will hear in Branson this week. Wow! I was mesmerized at the quality of the presentations by Chase Kloetzke and George Knapp. I walked away feeling like I had witnessed history and when you see these two at Branson, you will be overwhelmed at their expertise and scientific command of the subject.

LGBT Activists Seek to Destroy Christianity
Quarterback Drew Brees came under brutal attack last week for having the audacity to appear in a video encouraging Christian students to bring Bibles to school.

Planned Parenthood Employee Admits To Trafficking In Baby Body Parts
Day one of the preliminary hearing for pro-life activist David Daleiden kicked off Tuesday morning at the San Francisco Superior Court with testimony from an abortion technician, a third-trimester abortionist, and a vice president of the National Abortion Federation, who testified she doesn’t know what a human tissue procurement company is or does.

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