Category Archive: Signs in Government

US, NATO promoting ‘New World Order’

Libya says that mainly civilians have been killed in the recent US-led airstrikes against the country and as the bombing continues, Western leaders struggle with the decision as to which country will lead… Continue reading

End Times Truth Revealed Radio Show – Satan Exposed

Does Satan really exist? Mankind has pondered this for thousands of years. Some choose to believe that Satan is only a part of our own psyche – our “inner demon” or just simply… Continue reading

London marchers protest massive spending cuts in Britain

While the Middle East is riddled with uprisings and protests, the UK follows suit. Soon even the USA will become bewildered as it falls to its depths of despair that it cannot rise… Continue reading

Possible Nationwide Protest Planned for April 4th, 2011

On April 4, 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, where he had gone to stand with sanitation workers demanding their dream: The right to bargain collectively for a voice… Continue reading

Dozens feared dead as Syria violence swells

DAMASCUS, Syria — Protests spread across Syria on Friday, challenging the 40-year rule of the Assad family after their forces killed dozens of demonstrators in the south. There was more bloodshed after weekly prayers,… Continue reading

Renowned economist’s outlook darkens on global food prospects

Put your money on food, not fighting. Investments in ways to boost agriculture productivity in the poorest areas of the world will go further towards long-term global security than the millions of dollars… Continue reading

‘Follow the Islamic way to save the world,’ Prince Charles urges

Prince Charles yesterday urged the world to follow Islamic ‘spiritual principles’ in order to protect the environment. In an hour-long speech, the heir to the throne argued that man’s destruction of the world… Continue reading

At Least 15 Dead in Anti-Government Protests in Syria

DARAA, Syria –  Syrian police launched a relentless assault Wednesday on a neighborhood sheltering anti-government protesters, fatally shooting at least 15 in an operation that lasted nearly 24 hours, witnesses said. At least… Continue reading

Dallas Fed President Warns: US Debt Situation At “Tipping Point”

The latest comments from Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher at the House of Finance in Frankfurt, Germany would have been considered blogosphere doom & gloom and fear mongering just a couple of… Continue reading

China Moves Troops Into North Korea

Even though on January 17, 2011 China denied plans to send troops into North Korea, yesterday on January 18, 2011 China sent troops into North Korea. A contingent of Chinese troops has reportedly… Continue reading

Google: Fearing revolution, China is blocking Gmail access

“Relating to Google there is no issue on our side. We have checked extensively. This is a government blockage carefully designed to look like the problem is with Gmail,” said a Google spokesperson.… Continue reading

Libya official flies to Egypt with Gadhafi message

“Britain and France are pushing for the U.N. to create a no-fly zone over Libya, and while the U.S. may be persuaded to sign on, such a move is unlikely to win the… Continue reading

‘Odyssey Dawn’: U.S. cruise missiles herald the beginning of the end for Gaddafi

American warships and submarines unleashed a fury of cruise missiles against Libya as the world finally signified it had turned on Colonel Gaddafi. An amassed fleet of U.S. warships and submarines in the… Continue reading

Germany splits from EU family over Libya

When the European debt problem fast-tracked into a genuine crisis, Germany stood apart. Chancellor Angela Merkel was highly reluctant to bail out effectively bankrupt Greece, a country German voters considered the author of… Continue reading

How Many Suicides Will There Be?

While I was surfing through the various news sites this morning (Friday, March 18), I came across this story from the Los Angeles Times about the apparent suicide of a maintenance worker for… Continue reading

The Spiritual War: The Sons of Light against The Sons of Darkness on BlogTalkRadio

Many of have heard of the Spiritual War, but have you ever taken a moment to think about how it might be fought? Did it ever occur to you that it actually IS… Continue reading

Yemen troops shoot protesters dead

At least 35 people have been shot dead and hundreds wounded in Sana’a after soldiers and plain-clothed government loyalists opened fired on protesters trying to march through the Yemeni capital. The death toll,… Continue reading

Is Japan Disaster Another Apocalyptic Sign?

The crisis in Japan is worsening. At the same time, the situation in the Middle East is volatile. And let’s not forget last month’s seismic shock in New Zealand, Sumatra 9.1, Katrina, Rita,… Continue reading

U.N. Security Council Authorizes No-Fly Zone in Libya

The United Nations Security Council approved a resolution Thursday evening authorizing a no-fly zone over Libya and other measures military action against Libya. The vote was 10-0 with five abstentions, including Russia and… Continue reading

Obama Fiddles While Fukushima Burns

History tells us that Nero fiddled while Rome burned, but Barack Obama is providing the famous emperor with some serious competition when it comes to going AWOL while America and the world face… Continue reading

Two killed as Bahrain’s king declares martial law

The sectarian standoff between Bahrain’s Shia majority and its Sunni elite deteriorated further on Tuesday when the king declared martial law and security forces clashed violently with protesters throughout the capital, Manama. At… Continue reading

Tokyo governor apologizes for calling quake divine retribution

The governor of Tokyo apologized on Tuesday for saying the earthquake and resulting tsunami that left thousands dead were divine punishment for Japanese egoism, the country’s official news service reported. “I will take… Continue reading

Is America About To Run Out Of Cash Next Week?

And so the US Treasury has hit the proverbial paycheck to paycheck sustenance level. After burning $12.8 billion (without a change in gross debt) in cash today alone, and $75 billion in the… Continue reading

At least 1 killed, scores hurt in Yemen protest crackdown

Rallies continue in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain; Omani ruler cedes some powers in apparent effort to quell protests. At least one person was killed and scores were hurt on Sunday when Yemeni police fired… Continue reading

UFOs & The Lions of Zion on BlogTalkRadio this Sunday 3pm CST

UFO sightings for 2011 are already at the highest they’ve ever been. Why is that? And who are the Lions of Zion, also known as the LOZ? Why are they here? Where do… Continue reading