The Eurozone is getting ready to expolde as Spain and Italy follow Ireland, Greece and Portugal into death by debt. However citizens are beginning to fight back but that may prove to be a suicidal move as the powers that be have taken steps already to crush any rebellions or let a state of anarchy prevail for a season in which the masses do their dirty work for them and kill each other by the millions. This is a fulfillment of Revelation 6:4 as peace is taken from the earth, people turn upon each other and kill each other without understanding the real cause of their problems, which are their political, financial and religious leaders who will all safely hide behind walls of their paid mercenaries, otherwise known as police forces.
Dhaka - Lightning strikes during a heavy rainstorm in Bangladesh killed at least 40 people and injured more than 150, most of them harvesting rice in fields or fishing, police and officials said on Tuesday. The deaths, the largest number of casualties from lightning in a single day, occurred on Monday. Read more
May 24, 2011 – MANILA, Philippines — Tropical Storm Chedeng continued to bear down on the Philippines with greater force Tuesday, compelling the weather bureau to issue warnings in seven provinces in the Bicol and Eastern Visayas regions that were already beginning to feel the effects of the country’s third cyclone this year. Read more
“Every storm is a little different, but this storm went from what was just a funnel cloud to a very strong, very large and very wide and obviously very damaging tornado in a very short time,” in under 10 minutes, said Andy Boxell, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Springfield, Mo. “It’s something that I’ve not seen personally, and certainly it’s a rare thing to see,” Read more
- Thousands face volcanic ash cloud flight cancellations Thousands of passengers face UK flight cancellations because of drifting ash from an Icelandic volcanic eruption. Read more
- Wind-battered Scotland suffers one death and power cuts / Winds of up to 100mph in Scotland have resulted in the death of one man and an entire city losing power for a time. Police in Strathclyde confirmed that a man was killed in Balloch, West Dunbartonshrie, when a tree fell and crushed his car. Read more
As we noted last week, the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) announced it believes the fuel in Fukushima Daiichi reactor 1—and possibly reactors 2 and 3—has melted and is sitting in a lump at the bottom of the reactor vessel. But it believes that workers have been able to keep the lump cool enough that it has not melted through the bottom of the reactor. Read more
After two months of melting down, it is near impossible that the fuel has not melted down through the containment vessel in at least one reactor. This claim by TEPCO that the workers have been able to keep the containment vessels 'COOL ENOUGH’ is pure horse manure. This is the ‘China Syndrome’ which should now be renamed ‘JAPAN DEATH’ syndrome as Japan contaminates the whole planet. A burnt out wasteland of a planet in which there are few habitable places left is indeed a Biblical prophecy. Fukushima is but the beginning of much greater radioactive poisoning of the earth. Mutant zombie populations may not be horror movie fare for much longer. The world literally is going to hell, how long before the surface begins to resemble hell?
KARACHI: Thousands demonstrated in Karachi on Sunday to demand an immediate end to US missile strikes in Pakistan's lawless tribal areas and urge the blocking of NATO supplies passing through the country. "It is not Pakistan's war, this is America's war. This war has killed thousands of innocent Pakistanis, women and children," the group's leader and former cricketer Imran Khan told the gathering of around 7,000 supporters. Read more
SYRIA- the number of civilians killed in the clashes between the anti-government activists and the police has exceeded 900. Syrian forces opened fire on a funeral procession for slain anti-govnt protesters , pushing the number of people reported killed in a two-month uprising to more than 900 and making it one of the deadliest of the Arab Spring. AP reported “Excluding Libya - where battles between Moammar Gadhafi's forces and his opponents have left possibly thousands dead since February - Syria's death toll is now higher than any country that has been gripped by uprisings.” Read more
NATO increases airstrikes on Libya
Clashes between security forces and Yemen's biggest tribe have intensified on the streets of the capital, Sanaa. At least 12 people have been killed and dozens wounded in two days of fighting, reports say. Read more
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has told the US Congress Israel would be generous with the size of a future Palestinian state but that the border could not rest at pre-1967 lines. But he said he was "willing to make painful compromises" to achieve peace. A Palestinian official said the Israeli PM had added more obstacles to a deal. Read more