[The Classic Christian Network] LastGenReport: News From Google Thursday Marc…

Posted: March 24, 2011 in Uncategorized

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24 Mar 11

I want him to show his birth certificate. I want him to show his birth certificate,” Trump said on ABC’s “The View.” “There’s something on that birth certificate that he doesn’t like.” “If you go back to my first grade, my kindergarten, people remember me. Nobody from those early years remembers him,” Trump said. “If you’re going to be president of the United States, it says very profoundly you have to be born in this country.”  

At least 25 bodies of protestors who were killed in clashes with Syrian security forces were evacuated to the main hospital in the southern city of Deraa, a medical official reported Thursday. “They all had gunshot wounds,” the official said.  

It is little surprise that the news about powerful war preparations in PRC and other such alarming events does not reach most U.S. populations, who spend public time on searching for wonderful clothes and other pleasurable items. World War III will bring many such surprises, and finally the call will be, “Kill all the people of the so-called free countries, or they will kill us.”  

The United States is running the risk of suffering a major terrorist attack at the hands of Libyan proxies because of its military intervention in Libya to overthrown dictator Moammar Gadhafi, according to Rep Peter King, the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee.  

Seventy-nine percent of those surveyed said the United States and its allies should try to remove Libyan leader Gaddafi, who has ruled the oil-exporting North African country for more than four decades.  

Hamas has yet to issue an official response to Palestinian Authority Chairman Mamoud Abbas’ announcement he will be visiting Gaza in order to reach a reconciliation agreement between Fatah and Hamas, the Xinhua News Agency reports.  

Turkey has announced that it is putting the planned purchase of 100 F-35 fighter jets from the US on hold because the Pentagon refuses to share the source code used in the software designed for the aircraft as well as the codes that might be used externally to activate the planes. Defense Minister Vecdi Gönül said on Tuesday, following a meeting of the Defense Industry Implementation Committee (SSİK), that the negotiations over the F-35 procurement tender had not yielded “satisfactory results.”  

Dem lawmaker says Supreme Court may nix individual mandate
On the one-year anniversary of the historic healthcare reform law, at least one Democratic congressman disagrees with his party’s prevalent opinion and believes the U.S. Supreme Court may well strike down the law’s individual mandate as unconstitutional. …Numerous suits have been filed against the law and five federal judges have ruled on the constitutionality so far with three judges upholding the law and two ruling in favor of the challenge.  

Islamic Jihad commanders go into hiding
Terrorists fear reprisals: The Islamic Jihad terror group in Gaza ordered all its commanders to go into hiding for the next few days at least, for fear that the IDF will aim to assassinate group leaders. The move reinforces the IDF estimate that Islamic Jihad was behind the bombing in Jerusalem Wednesday that left one woman dead and dozens wounded.  

Egypt stock market resumes plunge after reopening
Trading on Egypt’s stock market was suspended for 30 minutes Thursday after it plunged by over 5 percent within minutes of its opening, marking the second consecutive day of steep declines as investors looked to unload shares after the market’s nearly two month closure. Wednesday marked the market’s first trading day since almost two months since it was shuttered on Jan. 27 amid mounting mass protests that eventually ousted former President Hosni Mubarak.  

Neutron beam observed 13 times at crippled Fukushima nuke plant
Tokyo Electric Power Co. said Wednesday it has observed a neutron beam, a kind of radioactive ray, 13 times on the premises of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant after it was crippled by the massive March 11 quake-tsunami disaster. TEPCO, the operator of the nuclear plant, said the neutron beam measured about 1.5 kilometers southwest of the plant’s No. 1 and 2 reactors over three days from March 13 and is equivalent to 0.01 to 0.02 microsieverts per hour and that this is not a dangerous level.  

New Home Sales Dive to Record Low
The pace of new home sales plummeted to a record low last month, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday in a further sign that the battered housing market is only slumping further. Sales fell 16.9 percent from January, delivering a shock to analysts who had expected a gain for last month. The seasonally adjusted annual rate of 250,000 homes sold marks the slowest pace recorded since the data series began in the 1960s.  

Oil settles at 2-1/2 year high on Libya violence
Oil rose to settle at its highest level since August 2008 on Wednesday after an airstrike near Libya’s oil infrastructure raised more fears the OPEC nation’s oil sector could become a target in embattled leader Muammar Gaddafi’s efforts to hold power. News of the strike in Brega, about kilometers (1.2 miles) from a Libyan oil terminal, added to two weeks of fears the unrest could spill over into other large oil producers in the region.  

Unreported Soros Event Aims to Remake Entire Global Economy
Two years ago, George Soros said he wanted to reorganize the entire global economic system. In two short weeks, he is going to start – and no one seems to have noticed. On April 8, a group he’s funded with $50 million is holding a major economic conference and Soros’s goal for such an event is to “establish new international rules” and “reform the currency system.” It’s all according to a plan laid out in a Nov. 4, 2009, Soros op-ed calling for “a grand bargain that rearranges the entire financial order.”  

$461 million project will speed train trip to Raleigh by 13 minutes
North Carolina transportation officials say they’ve reached an agreement that will allow them to obtain $461 million in federal grants to improve train service. The agreement will allow faster and more frequent passenger service between Charlotte and Raleigh. State transportation secretary Gene Conti says the agency will seek bids for contracts for tracks, bridges and trains.  

Military indoctrinated on gays kissing, behavior
Four branches of the military have begun sending training material to 2.2 million active and reserve troops as a prelude to opening the ranks to gays, with instructions on, for example, what to do if an officer sees two male Marines kissing in a shopping mall. Key themes are that sexual orientation will no longer be a bar to service, that all service members must respect each other, and that the partners of gay troops will not receive the benefits of heterosexual spouses.  

Al Qaida commander backs Libyan rebels in message
A senior member of al Qaida urged Libyan rebels to continue their fight against Muammar Gaddafi and warned of the consequences of defeat, in a videotaped message posted on Jihadi websites, the Qatar-based Gulf News reported on Sunday. The message from Libya native, Abu Yahya al-Libi, marked the first time a top ranked al Qaida commander had commented on the uprising in Libya. Gaddafi has repeatedly blamed al Qaida for inciting the unrest against him.  

Fuel fire at Miami International Airport causes flight delays
Firefighters worked to extinguish a massive fuel tank fire at Miami International Airport that began Wednesday night and was brought under control early Thursday morning. About 11 p.m., drivers could see the massive flames and smoke billowing from the airport as they drove on nearby State Road 836.  

Libya action: More UK missiles target defences
UK forces have launched further missiles at Libyan air defences during a fifth night of coalition action to enforce the UN resolution on Libya. Guided Tomahawk land attack missiles were fired from a Trafalgar Class submarine, defence officials said. UK forces are part of a coalition enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya.  

Budget 2011: Oil firms warn jobs will go after tax hike
Tens of thousands of jobs in the UK will go as a result of a windfall tax on North Sea oil producers announced in the Budget, the industry has warned. Mike Tholen, economics director of Oil and Gas UK, said the change would also damage long-term energy security. The £2bn tax will fund a fuel duty cut, after a surge in global oil prices.  

Nato states continue to squabble on Libya command
A third attempt by Nato to agree who should be in charge of air strikes on Libya has ended inconclusively amid growing discontent from Turkey. Nato ambassadors will re-convene in Brussels on Thursday (24 March) for a fourth day of attempts to bridge divisions inside the alliance. The subject is also set to come up at a dinner of EU leaders the same evening.  

‘PA police arrest 2 Islamic Jihad members for J’lem attack’
Two members of Islamic Jihad were arrested by Palestinian police in Jenin on Thursday in connection to Wednesday’s bombing in Jerusalem. According to a statement released by Islamic Jihad, “Palestinian security forces broke into the home of Jihad official Khaled Jaradat and arrested him. Other forces arrested organization official Tarek Kaadan near his home.”  

IAF strikes rocket launchers in Gaza after attacks on South
The IAF bombed terrorists that were attempting to shoot rockets into Israel on Thursday morning. IDF aircraft struck four targets in the Gaza Strip in the early hours on Thursday, Hamas said, a day after Palestinians fired about a dozen rockets and mortars across the border, striking deep into Israel. There were no reports of injuries in the attacks.  

 

 

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