Category Archive: Signs in Government

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For the past two months, it has not been possible to separate the on-going radioactive poisons heading east on the Pacific Ocean currents from Japan to North America (and thence around the globe)… Continue reading

Government-Christian tensions highlighted in China

BEIJING – Leaders of underground Chinese Protestant churches condemned the government’s persecution of a fellow congregation, while Catholics voted under the watchful eye of security forces for a new government-approved bishop, reports said.… Continue reading

Syrian deaths in protests top 750; other Mideast regimes falter

A human rights group reports that more than 750 people have been killed in Syria during a government crackdown in seven weeks of unrest. Meanwhile, the U.S. is edging closer to calling for… Continue reading

Iceland Declares Independence from International Banks

By Bill Wilson – Iceland is free.  And it will remain so, so long as her people wish to remain autonomous of the foreign domination of her would-be masters — in this case,… Continue reading

Shadow Government Bunkers: Security Heightened at Underground Storage Facilities

As we’ve noted before on a number of occasions, the US government is preparing for Unlikely Events Like War, Catastrophic Collapse of Society, and Even Asteroids and the Pentagon and Military are Actively War Gaming… Continue reading

One in seven Americans now on food stamps

(NaturalNews) A new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture reveals that about one in seven Americans receives food stamps. Although the percentage of food stamp users seems to have increased in February… Continue reading

America’s Middle Class Crisis: The Sobering Facts

Here are just some of the sobering facts: — There are 8.5 million people receiving unemployment insurance and over 40 million receiving food stamps. — At the current pace of job creation, the… Continue reading

US Warns Russia: “Aliens On Their Way, Will Be Here In 2012”

A Kremlin report detailing the meeting held between Prime Minister Putin and US Vice President Biden this past week shockingly reveals an American plea for Russian help in establishing an “Earth Wide” missile… Continue reading

Herbal medicines banned as EU directive comes into force

Patients have lost access to hundreds of herbal medicines today, after European regulations came into force. Sales of all herbal remedies, except for a small number of popular products for ‘mild’ illness such… Continue reading

FDA claims power to seize food without evidence of contamination

A few hours ago, the Food and Drug Administration declared it no longer needs credible evidence to seize food that may be contaminated. Ignoring the Fourth Amendment entirely, the FDA claims that based… Continue reading

Mexico, Russia, Thailand Add $6 Billion of Gold to Reserves

Mexico, Russia and Thailand added gold now valued at about $6 billion to their reserves in February and March as prices advanced to a record, the dollar weakened and Treasuries lost investors money.… Continue reading

Australia to crack down on refugees after riots

Australia moved to toughen its refugee stance on Tuesday, launching a stricter character test so those convicted of crimes, including rioting, while in immigration detention could be shipped home. Immigration Minister Chris Bowen… Continue reading

14 signs that the collapse of our modern world has already begun

#1 – Tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and tsunamis – At first it seemed like a fluke; but now it’s a pattern. The weather is becoming increasingly extreme. Over 120 tornadoes recently struck the U.S.… Continue reading

First the tears, now the anger: Pakistanis burn U.S. flags as backlash over Bin Laden’s death grows

These were the angry scenes across Pakistan today as Muslims staged protests against the killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Hundreds of people marched through Multan, burning U.S. flags and waving… Continue reading

Escalation in Syrian forces’ violent intimidation campaign

Syrian regime is beating people, and plucking people from homes, offices to keep them from demonstrating, human rights activists said. Amman: A convoy of 30 Republican Guard tanks and up to 70 trucks… Continue reading

US Debt Rating Should Be ‘C’: Independent Agency

There have been increasing concerns about the fate of United States’ prized triple-A sovereign debt rating. While Standard and Poor’s recently downgraded its U.S. debt outlook to negative from stable, implying that a… Continue reading

Bachmann Dismisses Debt Ceiling Warnings

Rep. Michele Bachmann on Sunday disputed the claim that the country would go into default if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling in the coming weeks. The Minnesota Republican has been one… Continue reading

Growing Intolerance for Christianity in U.S.

“In a world of political correctness devoid of the rule of law, tolerance has come to mean total rejection of Christianity and moral standards. Modern tolerance redefines words like ‘marriage,’ ‘discrimination,’ ‘equality,’ ‘morality,’… Continue reading

New AIDS-Like Disease Appears in China

Lin Feng of Shanghai, 49, suddenly felt ill in May 2008, saying he suddenly felt his muscles twitching and had severe pain in his internal organs. His ears rang and his joints made… Continue reading

China and the New World Order

Amid all the alleged threats to the world’s reigning superpower, one rival is quietly, forcefully emerging: China. And the U.S. is closely scrutinizing China’s intentions. On August 13, a Pentagon study expressed concern… Continue reading

End Times Truths on BlogTalkRadio – The Image of the Beast

Who, or what is the Image of the Beast spoken of in the book of Revelation? Many think they know or have attempted to decipher prophecy regarding the Image of the Beast. Some… Continue reading

Japan nuclear crisis: evacuees turned away from shelters

Hundreds of people evacuated from towns and villages close to the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant are being turned away by medical institutions and emergency shelters as fears of radioactive contagion catch on. Hospitals… Continue reading

US Reaches Debt Ceiling Tomorrow 3/30/11

Definition of Debt Ceiling: The maximum borrowing power of a governmental entity. Like clockwork, the Treasury placed $35 billion in 5 year bonds with the usual suspects. While the high yield was the… Continue reading

Huge seismic burst jolts the Pacific?

March 25, 2011 – JAPAN – Did something just jolt the planet? We’re seeing a strong seismic burst of energy on global seismometers that is concentrated most strongly in the Pacific. This doesn’t… Continue reading

Obama administration restricts findings on Gulf’s dead dolphins

Biloxi – The Obama administration has issued a gag order on data over the recent spike of dead dolphins, including many stillborn infants, washing up on Mississippi and Alabama shorelines, and scientists say… Continue reading