Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Iran has 3,000 centriuges Working

BIRJAND, Iran - Iran has achieved a landmark, with 3,000 centrifuges fully working in its controversial uranium enrichment program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced Wednesday.
"We have now reached 3,000 machines," Ahmadinejad told thousands of Iranians in Birjand in eastern Iran, in a show of defiance of international demands to halt the program believed to be masking the country's nuclear arms efforts.
Ahmadinejad has in the past claimed Iran succeeded in installing the 3,000 centrifuges at its uranium enrichment facility at Natanz.
Wednesday's claim was his first official statement that the plant is now fully operating the 3,000 centrifuges.
Centrifuges are used in enriching uranium, a process that can produce either fuel for a nuclear reactor or material for a warhead.
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Monday, November 5, 2007

New Missiles Threaten Tel Aviv

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Monday, November 5, 2007
FROM WND'S JERUSALEM BUREAUNew missiles threaten Tel Aviv airportSecurity officials say Syria, Iran rearming Hezbollah terror group
Posted: November 5, 20071:00 a.m. Eastern
By Aaron Klein
© 2000>© 2007

TEL AVIV – The Lebanese Hezbollah militia, aided by Iran and Syria, has acquired a small number of missiles capable of targeting Tel Aviv's international airport, according to security sources.
The sources said recent speeches in which Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah repeatedly warned Israel of a "colossal surprise" were references to his group's purported new capability of striking Israel's main airport.
"If you the Zionists are thinking of attacking Lebanon ... I promise great surprises that could alter the fate of the war and the region, G-d willing," said Nasrallah in a September speech.
In a speech two months prior, Nasrallah claimed his group would release a "colossal surprise" that would target Israel by land similar to a surprise attack his group launched during confrontations in the summer of 2006 when Hezbollah successfully used Chinese-made C-802 missiles to strike Israel's navy. The Jewish state had failed to calibrate its sea vessels' anti-missile systems, reportedly unaware Hezbollah possessed the Chinese missiles.
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Security officials, who spoke to WND on condition of anonymity, didn't specify the exact missile they said Hezbollah acquired that can target Tel Aviv's airport. They said the missiles were passed to Hezbollah by Iran through the Syria-Lebanese border.
The Lebanese Army and a contingent of several thousand international troops were deployed in South Lebanon to specifically ensure against Hezbollah's rearming, but Israel says neither the international forces nor the Lebanese army are taking concrete measures to stop Hezbollah from rearming. Additionally, no troops have deployed along the Syria-Lebanese border, where most of Hezbollah's rearming reportedly takes place.
A United Nations cease-fire imposed after the 34-days of confrontations in July and August of 2006 banned weapons transfers and called on Hezbollah to disarm.
Israel is not alone in pointing out Hezbollah's rearmament. Last week, the U.N. released a report quoting Israeli officials stating Hezbollah acquired new long-range rockets capable of hitting Tel Aviv and tripled their arsenal of land-to-sea missiles since last summer's war.
The U.N. report did not state Hezbollah acquired missiles that can target Tel Aviv's airport, only rockets, which cannot be calibrated to target a specific area.
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon called Hezbollah's purported rearming a cause for great concern.
"Israel has stated that the nature and number of weapons in Hezbollah's control constitutes a strategic threat to its security and the safety of its citizens," he said.
The U.N. report said Hezbollah's long-range rocket force is stationed in areas north of the Litani River, above the area at which international forces are deployed, and that most of the new rockets, including hundreds of Zilzal and Fajr rockets, have a range of 155 miles, "enabling them to reach Tel Aviv and points further south," the report said.
"Israel also claims that Hezbollah has tripled its shore-to-sea C-802 missiles and have established an air-defense unit armed with ground-to-air missiles," Ban said.
While Israel did not provided the U.N. with specific intelligence due to the sensitivity of the sources, Ban said last week several speeches by Nasrallah the past few months "seem to confirm these Israeli claims."

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Why are the Democrats snubbing Florida

Have you thought about why the democrats are
snubbing Florida for the primary election? it is
because they can't get their way. You see the
democrats Barrack Obama, Hillary Clinton,
John Edwards and the others are not for the
people they are only for themselves they are
all upset because Florida moved the primary
election date so now they are snubbing Florida
it goes to show that the democrats do not care
about the people of Florida No the Democrats
only care about power their special interest groups
and themselves they do not care about the people
of Florida.

Norris endorses Huckabee

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Friday, October 26, 2007
ELECTION 2008Norris endorses, surge follows Huckabee sees spike in online donations after column
Posted: October 26, 20073:20 p.m. Eastern
© 2000>© 2007
Chuck Norris
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, a GOP presidential candidate, is experiencing a surge in campaign cash just days after Chuck Norris wrote a column in WND endorsing him.
Huckabee, who has been among the "second tier" of GOP candidates behind leaders Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, John McCain and Mitt Romney,
also now has passed Romney in the Rasmussen Reports GOP tracking poll.
campaign website showed a surge of about $550,000 after the endorsement became public.
Meanwhile, Rasmussen reported Huckabee's move into the top four slots was the first time he's ever ranked that high.
"Rudy Giuliani remains precariously atop the pack with support from 20 percent of likely Republican primary voters nationwide," the survey report said. "Fred Thompson is close behind at 19 percent while John McCain enjoys a second straight day in third place with 14 percent of the vote. Huckabee continues to gain ground and is just two points behind McCain at 12 percent."
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The report said, "This is the first time all year that Huckabee has surpassed Mitt Romney. The former Massachusetts governor slipped another point and he is now at just 11 percent nationally."
"Given Huckabee's progress in the polls, Rasmussen Reports will add his results to the daily tracking history table starting Monday," the report said.
Alice Stewart, a spokeswoman for Huckabee, told WND there was a significant surge in online donations after the Norris endorsement.
"I can't give you specific numbers," she told WND. "But the fundraiser hits have increased dramatically since Mr. Norris endorsed Gov. Huckabee."
The "fundraiser hits" are inquiries from individuals seeking to hold a fundraiser for the candidate, she said.
She said other boosts have come into the campaign following earlier milestones, such as participation in debates or new poll numbers.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee
"It's going great! The good thing is the phones are ringing off the hook and we can't even answer them all. The bad news is the phones are ringing off the hook and we can't even answer them all," Stewart said.
The website campaign contribution total is about $750,000 now, with a goal of a little more than $1 million by the end of the month. The total had been about $200,000 before the Norris endorsement.
As WND reported Norris, in his exclusive column for WND, noted Huckabee's qualifications.
"Though Giuliani might be savvy enough to lead people, Fred Thompson wise enough to wade through the tides of politics, McCain tough enough to fight terrorism, and Romney business-minded enough to grow our economy, I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee," Chuck Norris wrote.
In September Huckabee took the top position in a straw poll conducted at the groundbreaking Values Voter Presidential Debate where candidates were asked their positions on abortion, terrorism, free speech, free exercise of religion and other significant issues.
In addition to Huckabee, Sen. Sam Brownback of Kansas, former ambassador Alan Keyes, businessman John Cox and Reps. Ron Paul of Texas, Tom Tancredo of Colorado and Duncan Hunter of California all were in attendance. Missing were Giuliani, Thompson, Romney and McCain.
Janet Folger, president of the
Faith2Action organization which worked on the debate, said Huckabee received 63 percent, more votes than all the other candidates combined. No-show candidates – the previous top four, according to national surveys – were included in the poll.
In an interview with WND, Huckabee said the fight with terror won't end in a draw, and the U.S. must continue its fight.
"There's no peaceful co-existence, there's no accommodation, there's no naïve nonsense that if we leave them alone they leave us alone. This is a war someone will win and someone will lose," he told WND
in the one-on-one discussion.

Friday, October 26, 2007

U.S. To Strike Iran

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NUCLEAR WAR-FEAR'U.S. to strike Iran' if diplomacy failsIntel official says Washington promoting Palestinian state to pay for Arab support
Posted: October 26, 20071:00 a.m. Eastern
By Aaron Klein
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Satellite image of Iran's nuclear facility in NatanzJERUSALEM – A senior Palestinian intelligence official said that based on meetings with American diplomats he "understood" the U.S. plans to target Iran's suspected nuclear installations in two to three months if negotiations with Tehran don't generate a major breakthrough.
The official, speaking to WND yesterday on condition of anonymity, said according to what he "understood," the U.S. will "pay" for Arab support for a U.S. strike against Iran by creating a temporary Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and most of the West Bank by next summer.
The official met last week with U.S. secretary of State Condoleezza Rice during her trip here earlier this month to prepare for a U.S.-sponsored Israeli-Palestinian summit slated for next month in which Israel is expected to outline a future Palestinian state in most of the West Bank.
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Israeli leaders, including Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, in recent weeks hinted at willingness to give away sections of Jerusalem.
The Palestinian intelligence official would not say if he was basing his information on any specific statements by U.S. officials that a military operation against Iran was in the works.
"It's based on what I understood from the Americans," he told WND.
His statements come as the Bush administration today imposed a series of new sanctions on Iran, accusing the country of an illicit nuclear program and supporting terrorism throughout the Middle East.
The sanctions specifically single out the elite al-Quds division of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terror entity guilty of weapons proliferation and aiding terrorism, including attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq and aid to Palestinian terror groups and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia.
The U.S. has made it illegal to do business with the Guard, the most powerful arm of Iran's fighting forces.
Rice yesterday announced the sanctions were part of "a comprehensive policy to confront the threatening behavior of the Iranians."
She repeated twice in a prepared statement that Washington remained committed to a "diplomatic solution" rather than military action, but U.S. officials have told the media in recent weeks Bush has not taken the military option off the table.
Iran denies it is engaged in illicit nuclear activities or that it is seeking nuclear weapons.
The sanctions follow the resignation last week of chief Iranian nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani, a move widely interpreted as a hardening of Iran's stance regarding U.S. and international negotiations.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Mitt Romney

Romney Open to Iran 'Bombardment'

Oct 25 12:47 PM US/EasternBy GLEN JOHNSONAssociated Press Writer
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Republican Mitt Romney said Thursday he would be willing to use a military blockade or "bombardment of some kind" to prevent Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon.
The former Massachusetts governor's comments came as the Bush administration announced new sanctions designed to isolate the government in Tehran. Romney applauded the move, while several Democratic presidential contenders spoke out against it—and used it as an opportunity to criticize front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Said former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards: "I learned a clear lesson from the lead-up to the Iraq War in 2002: If you give this president an inch, he will take a mile and launch a war. Senator Clinton apparently learned a different lesson."
Clinton voted last month for legislation sponsored by Sens. Joe Lieberman and Jon Kyl designating Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization, the only Democratic senator running for president who did so. Edwards and other critics say the measure could pave the way toward American military action there.
In a statement Thursday, presidential rival Chris Dodd echoed Edwards' argument.
"The aggressive actions taken today by the administration absent any corresponding diplomatic action is exactly what we all should have known was coming when we considered our vote on the Kyl-Lieberman Amendment, and smacks, frankly, of a dangerous step toward armed confrontation with Iran," Dodd said.
Romney, who has been advocating a hard line against Iran throughout his presidential campaign, said military action would be necessary if severe economic and diplomatic sanctions don't convince Iranian leaders to abandon pursuit of a nuclear weapon.
The Iranian government contends its program is aimed toward providing nuclear power.
"If for some reasons they continue down their course of folly toward nuclear ambition, then I would take military action if that's available to us," Romney told a crowd of doctors and nurses during a question period that followed a health care speech.
He added: "That's an option that's on the table. And it's is not something which we'll spell out specifically. I really can't lay out exactly how that would be done, but we have a number of options from blockade to bombardment of some kind. And that's something we very much have to keep on the table, and we will ready ourselves to be able to take, because, frankly, I think it's unacceptable for Iran to have nuclear weapons."
Last year, while still governor, Romney refused to provide a security escort or any state services in support of former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami, who visited Massachusetts to speak at Harvard University.
In January, Romney traveled to a security conference in Israel, where he called for economic sanctions against Iran similar to those against South Africa during its apartheid period.
Subsequently, he has called for indicting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for saying "Israel's Zionist regime should be wiped off the map." Romney suggested using the U.N.'s Genocide Convention against the leader on charges of inciting genocide.
In September, he also chastised Columbia University for allowing Ahmadinejad to speak on its campus, and railed against the Iranian leader after he asked to visit ground zero.
Associated Press Writer Beth Fouhy in New York contributed to this report.
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Is This The Season Of Prophecy


It is a week for prophecy in this "season for prophecy" and there was some mail in the wake of
an article we ran last week on a man who told his priest of a dream "encounter" with a deceased wife who seemed to indicate major events in the near future. As events intensify, there are dreams. Many are having these. There is weeping statuary. Much of this!
What did viewers have to say?
"I thought you would like to see the attached pictures which were taken on Saturday, October 13, 2007, at
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Shrine and Basilica in Emmitsburg, Maryland," wrote our old friend and professional photographer Roberta Ann Marziani, who often visits the shrine. "These pictures were taken during a Rosary procession in honor of the 90th Anniversary of the Fatima Apparition on October 13. You’ll notice there are pictures of the big bronze statue of Our Lady of the Globe crying. This statue stands right outside of the entrance to the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Basilica. The Sisters of Charity there have never seen or known this statue to cry ever – until Saturday, October 13, 2007."
"It seems as though so many people are having visions, dreams and prophecies now a days and much discernment is necessary," noted a viewer named Lynne Bauer. "Since becoming a Catholic back in 1992 (praise God!) after being a non church going Lutheran, God granted me several visions and messages.
"After reading your last article on dreams and prophecies, I felt I was being prompted to send you a message (and vision) that I received back in 1995 regarding a 'new time approaching.' I will not go into the vision, but only what I experienced.
"I had been hearing several people in the Church speaking about God as being 'Father-Mother,' and feeling very bad about this, went before Our Lord in the Adoration Chapel and prayed in reparation to Him saying, 'How can people not know that you are their Father, our Daddy. How can they think of you as being anything other than that.' I heard in reply, 'Love them as I love them!' A little while later I heard, 'The veil will soon come down.' I don't know why, but I tried not to listen anymore; still, once again I heard, 'The veil will soon come down. Then you will see wonders as you have never seen.' Moments later I heard, 'I Am (slight pause) Yahweh.'
"The vision I had during this time lasted about twenty minutes, and was as if in slow motion. I had almost lost a sense of being on earth, but was aware of someone walking into the chapel during all of this. After leaving the chapel I felt as my body were floating in air.
"Now to that evening: I had told my husband about this experience and he asked me what 'the veil will soon come down' could mean. We turned on the Eternal Word Television Network just after this and there was a bishop who was showing a picture of Pope Leo XIII. In the picture was a lady who was wearing a veil on her head -- her hands were on the veil looking as though she were going to pull it down over her face. The Bishop went on to explain that this represented a death approaching or that Rome or a civilization was coming to an end, or that there was going to be a new time approaching. I leave this for your discernment."
And we leave it -- in this "season" -- to yours.
The expression of the "veil" is what prompts us to repeat such a letter in its entirety. There is a ring to it. What might (just might) "veil" mean? And what about "Pegasus"? The man who said he saw his wife in a dream said that in mentioning future events his wife pointed to the sky and repeated, "Pegasus" -- then spelled it out.
How far, we have asked, do we go with prophecy -- and where does it stray into the New Age or superstition?
"Pegasus, to me, is more of a spiritual sign of the rise in occultism," noted one viewer from Texas. " It has to do with the lightning bolt sign of Harry Potter. Since the world has embraced the Potter witchcraft phenomenon, while rejecting the Truth of the Living God, it is already in a state of spiritual war. Physical war is never far behind."
Indeed, the mail contained many who feel a war is coming -- a feeling that is hardly mitigated by the rumblings over Iran. Some claim the stars of Pegasus are on the tilma of Guadalaupe. (We couldn't see that.) "From what I can tell the Pegasus constellation would be roughly in the same position in summer as the constellation of Leo in winter 1531," asserts a viewer. "Leo is easily findable on the tilma around her sash."
In Revelation is it Pegasus versus the chimera [see: genetic engineering]?
"I've been 'getting the word 'Pegasus' in prayer, seeing it on trucks and here and there, like it's been in my consciousness and prayer life," said another viewer, Annie McLaughlin of Boston." It's one of those things that I've asked the Lord about, like 'Lord, what does this mean?' I blinked when I saw this on Spirit Daily because it's been in my awareness and I have had no idea what it meant."
Nor do we. Others have seen infiltration by Chinese, or bread lines, or folks fearing something from the sky, or a ship (high to the water), or a vision of a red horse. How much can we take seriously -- to even consider? How much is the subconscious?
Does the Spirit really prompt us like this?
We give air to private inklings, in keeping with the admonishment in Scripture not to despise prophecy, and that prophecy will pour forth from many. Before September 11 were many promptings.
"In the first week of July, 2006, I had a dream where I walked into a restaurant that had a bar," wrote Helen Arata of Pacifica, California. "It was very crowded with people drinking and laughing and eating and having a wonderful time. I would say they were care-free and worldly. A man at a table right in front of me as I walked in stood up and said directly to me, 'You know a new world war is coming?' I responded, 'Yes, I know.' The shock of this dream woke me up. I wrote it down because it was so strong and seemed to come from the Lord. I discerned it with a gifted priest and he confirmed it was from the Lord and was given to me to prepare me."
Again, for your discernment -- and prayer.
With prayer, and especially when we fast, we can stave off anything.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Msnbc Morning Joe New Studio

What is it with msnbc don't they know what they
are doing there new studio has this orange color
it looks like something from the 1970's watch
Morning Joe all you see is orange in the background
it looks terrible whoever come up with the design
of the studio should be fired or something no wonder
msnbc is last in ratings with their new studio they
are going to stay last msnbc calls there studio
state of the art try state of the art studio of 1972.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

How Close Are We To The Return Of Jesus

How close are we to the return of Jesus? In Ezekiel chapters
38 and 39 it talks about an attack on Israel that will happen
in the last days. One of the countries mentioned is Persia,
which is modern day Iran. This attack on Israel has never
happened yet. In the Muslim tradition it teaches that in the
last days the 12th Imam will come to convert the whole world
to Islam. He is also called the Enlightened one but before he comes
according to Islamic tradition Israel must be wiped off of the map.
The president of Iran has been saying that Israel will soon be wiped
off of the map in fact he has said the countdown to the destruction
of Israel has begun he has also said that he was chosen to prepare
the way for the 12th Imam. He has said publicly that he had a vision
of the 12th Imam and was told he was chosen to prepare the way.
Furthermore the president of Iran has said publicly that the
12th Imam will arrive by the end of 2008. So is it possible that the
fulfillment of Ezekiel chapters 38 and 39 will happen by the end
of 2008 only time will tell but it appears that this attack on Israel
happens about seven years before the return of Jesus.