Today's Coming Crisis Movie

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Department of Defense Briefing on VMAT2 (The God Gene) and Project FunVax

Man Bites Woman In The Face and Takes Off Running Naked (Sound Familiar?)!prettyPhoto[gallery]/1/

NEW: 9/11 Hotel Video Released of NO PLANE hitting the Pentagon

Chinese man Lu Zhengai blows life savings on ark to escape Apocalypse

Lu Zhengai is so scared by the Mayan apocalypse, that’s he’s spent all his money - $160,000 - on building his very own Noah’s Ark.

The barely sea worthy boat, which he claims will save him and his family when flood waters destroy his house, was designed by Lu himself, measures 65 feet and will weigh 80 tons when finished, according to Chinese media.

Land lubber Lu, who lives in the Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region of China – thousands of miles from the sea, began building the boat out of fear for the “doomsday” floods, predicted by the Maya calendar for December 21, 2012.

Added thoughts:
I don't think "blow" is an appropriate word when describing preparation. I imagine Noah faced the same criticism once upon a time.

Giant 100-meter sarcophagus constructed at Chernobyl nuclear plant

Chinese mogul Wu Jialiang sues Obama

President Obama this year ruled against allowing a Chinese man to build a wind farm in Oregon, calling him a ‘national security threat’. Convinced that the president was biased against the Chinese, the man is taking Obama to court.

Wu Jialiang, CEO of Ralls Corp. and one of China’s richest men, is challenging Obama in a federal court today on his refusal to let him build a wind farm on US ground he had purchased – even though other foreigners had built businesses in the same area, the Christian Science Monitor reports.

“We are suing the president because we do not accept his finding that we are a national security threat. It is not true,” Jialiang said.

Added thoughts:
Perhaps China should build in its own backyard.

Uganda: Nodding Disease Continues to Mystify

While health experts try to identify the cause of East Africa's unexplained nodding disease, children continue to suffer.

Latest 2012 crop circles Boorowa, Lachlan Valley, New South Wales, Australia 23 November 2012

Video shows first direct hit of a Surface to Air Missile on a Syrian helicopter

Added thoughts:
I'm not sure what the cheering is for, since a) it merely struck the HIND and didn't shoot it down, and b) it's a Soviet HIND, which basically laughs at most American missile technology thrown at it. More disturbing is that the "rebels" (most likely Western / Israeli mercenaries combined with real terrorist elements) now have these kinds of weapons at their disposal. A hit on an airliner would definitely not result in a similar bounce-off.

The Gaza Operation: Less a War than an Anti-Iran Coup

Added thoughts:
If this was indeed the mission, it undoubtedly failed. Gaza is nearly fully rearmed, the tunnels are being rebuilt, Iran now actively sends its people to the strip, and other countries, such as Egypt and Turkey, are more glad than ever to invest there. Hamas even learned how to overwhelm the Iron Dome defense system, something that now puts many Israelis in peril. Any show of force will likely never cow Iran, either, since Iran, unlike Israel, has actually gone through a real decade-long war, not just a series of Western-backed skirmishes with opponents overwhelmed from the very start. However, perhaps this engagement did provide a valuable lesson: now that the Gazan embargo is lifted a tad, more investment will pour in. More investment will lead to better lives. Better lives eschew war. One day Israel will hopefully realize that freedom, and not bombs, is what puts an end to conflict. As was learned with the USSR, the best way to kill a vicious idea is with sunshine.

Fitch downgrades Argentina and predicts default

Credit rating agency Fitch has downgraded Argentina, which is locked in a court battle in New York over its debt, and said the country would probably default.

Read more here

The stigma of the hidden schizophrenia epidemic (interesting statistics)

No one reported shot, stabbed or slashed in New York City on Monday, police sources say (And people celebrate this, sadly)

Churches Increasingly Rent Out Steeples As Cellphone Towers

Pakistan test-fires nuclear-capable missile

Hundreds of websites urging girls to 'starve for perfection'

Hungarian MP calls for Jewish ‘threat’ list

Heating Bills 'Rise 63% In Five Years'

The average cost of heating a home has soared by 63% over the past five years, according to research.

The price comparison website, uSwitch, calculates that the bill is up £227 over the period - hitting a new annual average total of £587.

Egypt: Major Protest Against President Morsi

More than 200,000 people packed Cairo's Tahrir Square to protest against Egypt's president Mohamed Morsi's new 'pharoah' powers.

They accused the Islamist leader of seeking to impose a new era of autocracy after he issued a decree that expanded his powers and barred court challenges to his decisions.

The demonstration in the iconic plaza was as large as some of the protests during last year's uprising that drove ex-president Hosni Mubarak from power.

Syria Rebels Car Bomb Blasts Rock Damascus kills at least 34 People

At least 34 people have been killed after two suspected car bombs exploded in the Syrian capital Damascus, state TV quoted the interior ministry as saying.

Addounia television said the blasts occurred early in the morning in the eastern district of Jaramana.

It broadcast footage of firefighters hosing down two vehicles. Debris from damaged buildings had crushed other cars in the area.

5.5 Magnitude Earthquake BANDA SEA - 28th November 2012

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 08:56:16 UTC
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 05:56:16 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
5.404°S, 131.112°E
56 km (34.8 miles)
184 km (114 miles) W of Tual, Indonesia

5.6 Magnitude Earthquake NORTHERN PERU - 28th November 2012

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 03:09:49 UTC
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 10:09:49 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
4.508°S, 76.051°W
120 km (74.6 miles)
80 km (49 miles) ENE of Barranca, Peru