Last Generation Network News Prophecy Edition
Vol. I No.1
December 4, 2013 - WEDNESDAY - Tevet 2, 5774
04 Dec 13
Detroit granted bankruptcy protection after judge rules in city's favour
A federal judge announced on Tuesday that Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy protection – the first time in US history that a major city has been declared bust. Judge Steven Rhodes of the United States bankruptcy court rejected an attempt by the city's pension funds and unions to have the bankruptcy action thrown out.
Just 1% of Snowden files published says Guardian editor who could now face criminal terror charges
Employees of The Guardian newspaper could face criminal charges over their role in publishing secrets leaked by Edward Snowden, Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officer has signalled. Cressida Dick, an assistant commissioner at Scotland Yard, confirmed for the first time that detectives were examining whether staff at the newspaper had committed an offence.
EU mulls steps if Mideast peace fails
If peace talks fail, the EU will take action against West Bank settlement products and halt financial assistance to the Palestinians, the Jerusalem Post and Ynetnews.com quoted a senior European official as telling Israeli reporters in Brussels Tuesday.
The State Dept. Dropped Six Figures on Booze Right Before the Gov’t Shutdown
The U.S. State Department reportedly spent roughly $180,000 on alcohol in the days leading up to the 16-day partial government shutdown. And that figure is just for September, the final month of the federal government’s fiscal year. The U.S. government spent approximately $400,000 on alcohol in FY2013, the report adds. This is roughly three times what was spent on alcohol in 2008, the Washington Times reported.
Earth’s Gravity Altered By 2011 Japanese Earthquake December 3, 2013
Scientists from the German Geodetic Research Institute (DGFI) and from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands analyzed the high-resolution vertical gravity gradients measured over Japan by GOCE. The team found the quake had clearly ruptured the gravity field in the area. The results, published in the Journal of Geophysical Research, are consistent with coarser observations using NASA’s Grace satellite, which measures changes over time.
Yeshua Campaign Causes Buzz in Southern Israel
While the gospel campaign by Jews for Jesus created a lot of buzz among local residents, not everyone was as sympathetic toward the Messianics as the general. “May his name be cut off forever,” screamed Ofer Karadi, a member of the ultra-orthodox Shas party, when a Messianic Jew dared to mention the name of Yeshua (Jesus) on the Radio Darom morning program.
New Russian Submarines Are So Silent That The U.S. Navy Calls Them “Black Holes”
Did you know that Russia is building submarines that are so quiet that the U.S. military cannot detect them? These “black hole” submarines can freely approach the coastlines of the United States without fear of being detected whenever they want. In fact, a “nuclear-powered attack submarine armed with long-range cruise missiles” sailed around in the Gulf of Mexico for several weeks without being detected back in 2012.
Phivolcs: Magnitude-5.7 quake hits Davao area, aftershocks expected
A magnitude-5.7 quake jolted the Davao Oriental area early Wednesday, with state seismologists warning of possible aftershocks. But Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology head Renato Solidum Jr. said there is no chance of a tsunami as the quake is not powerful enough to generate one.
Philippines Earthquake Today 2013 Strikes Near Lupon
Officials tell news that a 5.5 magnitude Philippines earthquake today hit just after 7:58 am local time on December 4. The quake had a moderate depth however. USGS indicates to news that the quake started thirty-eight miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.
Loud Booms Caused By Microearthquakes, Seismologist Says
The U.S. Geological Survey says it recorded a 2.1 magnitude earthquake in Connecticut last Friday. According to Groton's Office of Emergency Management, that explains the mysterious loud booms that perplexed several residents over the weekend.
Joe Biden tells Chinese to challenge their leaders
Joe Biden arrived in Beijing on Wednesday in typically pugnacious form, telling the Chinese to "breath free" and challenge authority. Greeting a queue of Chinese waiting in line to apply for visas to visit America, the 71-year-old Vice-President told them that "challenging the status quo" is part of the "DNA of every American".
Temple Mount shut after fireworks shot at cops
The Temple Mount in Jerusalem was closed to visitors on Wednesday after Arab youths shot fireworks at policemen out of the al-Aqsa Mosque.
New FBI Director: Terror Threat Against the U.S. Is Very Real
“Counterterrorism remains our top priority. The FBI works with our law enforcement and intelligence community (IC) partners to integrate intelligence and operations and to detect and disrupt terrorists and their organizations.”
New deaths from MERS virus reported in the Gulf
The health authority in Abu Dhabi reported the death of the Jordanian woman from Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS, on Tuesday. Her husband and son have also contracted the virus. It says they are in stable condition.
Jewish activists want to pray on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount, raising alarm in Muslim world
A small but growing movement by Jewish activists demanding the right to pray at the site of their destroyed temple, in the heart of this disputed capital’s Old City, is creating a potentially explosive clash with the Muslim world, which considers the spot holy and bans Jews from public worship there. ...Their proposals, long dismissed as extremist, are now being debated in the Israeli parliament...
Bloodbath as terrorists murder 70 Christians
At least 70 Christians in Nigeria have been killed in coordinated attacks by Fulani tribesmen and the Islamic jihadist organization Boko Haram. Fulani tribesmen reportedly killed 37 Christians in at least four coordinated attacks on the same day. Boko Haram is reported to have killed as many as 34 Christians during the same three-day period.
White House Exploring Ways to Let Iran Enrich Uranium
The White House is currently examining ways to enable Iran to have its own “domestic” uranium enrichment program... As the details of a six month interim nuclear deal between Iran and Western nations are hashed out, the White House is exploring the practicality of permitting Iran to continue certain enrichment activities, an issue that Iranian officials have described as a “redline.”
The sun's southern hemisphere is peppered with sunspots, but none of them is actively flaring. Solar activity remains low. NOAA forecasters estimate a 25% chance of M-class solar flares and a scant 1% chance of X-flares on Dec. 4th.
Russia’s efforts in Syria help prevent World War III - Finnish expert
“Russia’s position is higher than the UN, which did little for Syria. The situation is now normalizing in the country,” Beckman said.
The Coming Global Wealth Tax
Between ObamaCare, Iran and last quarter's uptick in U.S. economic growth, taxpayers these days may be distracted from several dangers to come. But households from the United States to Europe and Japan may soon face fiscal shocks worse than any market crash. The White House and New York Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio aren't the only ones calling for higher taxes...International Monetary Fund to billionaire investor Bill Gross increasingly make the case too.
Some of Syria's chemical weapons will be destroyed on US vessel - OPCW
"The United States has offered to contribute a destruction technology, full operational support and financing to neutralize Syria's priority chemicals, which are to be removed from the country by 31 December," the statement says. Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_12_02/Some-of-Syrias-chemical-weapons-will-be-destroyed-on-US-vessel-OPCW-8085/
Medical radioactive material truck 'stolen in Mexico'
A truck carrying medical radioactive material has been stolen in Mexico, the UN's nuclear watchdog says. Mexico told the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that the truck was carrying a "dangerous radioactive source" used for cancer treatments when it was stolen on Monday. The radiotherapy source was being taken from a hospital in the northern city of Tijuana to a waste storage centre.
Biden in China amid Asia tensions over air zone
Joe Biden should not repeat "erroneous remarks" on China's new air zone, Chinese state media warned, as the US vice-president arrived in Beijing. Mr Biden is in Beijing for meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. His visit to Asia has been dominated by a row over China's newly-declared air zone, which covers islands controlled by Japan.
Hezbollah says commander killed in Beirut, blames Israel
Lebanon's militant Shi'ite group Hezbollah said on Wednesday one of its commanders was killed outside his Beirut home overnight in an attack it blamed on Israel. The group said in a statement that Hassan al-Laqqis, "who served the resistance his entire life," was killed at around midnight in the southern Hadath district of the Lebanese capital.
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