News for August 17, 2005
Russian Forces Prepare For Massive Earthquakes as Gulf of Mexico Becomes ‘Zone of Death’ and New Madrid Fault Zone Heads Towards Cataclysmic Event Sorcha Faal (August 18, 2005) - Russian Emergency Services are preparing for massive earthquakes in Kamchatka after Russian Scientists have determined that the growing instabilities presently occurring in our earths core regions will likely lead to a series of Global Massive Earthquake and Volcanic events by December of this year. The most troubled regions being reported upon by Russian Scientists are Russia’s Far East Regions and the North American Continent. Lieutenant General Viktor Kapkanshchikov, head of the ministry’s regional center, said 30 rescue workers had been temporarily transferred here until December during the heightened earthquake alert, in the wake of seismologists’ warning that a magnitude 7.2 quake could rock the region between now and December.
According to the official, additional equipment, instruments and medical supplies will be delivered at the end of August and a mobile hospital from the Rescue Center will be airlifted in early September. Regional ministry branches are ready to deal with a possible emergency, Kapkanshchikov said. The employees are taking preventive measures to ensure fewer losses and less damage if an earthquake is to strike the region. Such pressures have built upon the North American Continent, and as we have previously reported upon in numerous reports including our July 5th report titled “Massive Raising of Atlantic Ocean Bed Triggers Current Changes As North American Plate Pressures Build To ‘Unprecedented Levels’ Scientists Report”, that the out gassing of Carbon Dioxide from the ocean floors have caused massive fish deaths and created ‘Dead Zones’ surrounding the entire North American Continent, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled “Scientists: Red tide choked off oxygen to Gulf floor” and which says;
“An unusually fierce red tide bloom this summer has choked off oxygen
and killed undersea life in a large region of the Gulf of Mexico bottom
about 10 miles offshore, scientists said. The area between northern Pinellas
and Pasco counties covers some of the spots where divers previously reported
a ‘dead zone’ void of sea life. Preliminary results of the research were
reported Monday following a research cruise by scientists last week.” Massive
Red Tide outbreaks are one of the main indicators, and predictors, of volcanic
force out gassing of Carbon Dioxide which these massive Red Tides feed upon,
and as we can read, “Phytoplankton are believed to generate as much as 80%
of the world's oxygen supply. They absorb nutrients and carbon dioxide from
the water and produce oxygen through photosynthesis. The two most common
types of marine
‘Tomorrow Jerusalem,’ Abbas exults Link Lost (August 16, 2005) - Less than three days after he urged Palestinians to refrain from excessive celebrations over the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and northern West Bank, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Friday presided over a huge celebration in Gaza City where he declared: “Today we are celebrating the liberation of Gaza and the northern West Bank; tomorrow we will celebrate the liberation of Jerusalem.” PA Civil Affairs Minister Muhammed Dahlan, who appeared next to Abbas, told the crowd that the Palestinians were celebrating “the day of victory and the beginning of a new era that was achieved with the blood of our martyrs.” Hamas and Islamic Jihad also held separate celebrations in the Gaza Strip, where leaders of the two groups announced that the fight against Israel would continue even after the “escape of the Zionist enemy” from the Gaza Strip and northern West Bank. They also declared that their groups would not abandon their weapons after the disengagement and would not join the PA security forces. Local reporters were invited on Friday to watch more than 1,000 Hamas gunmen in military fatigue and armed with AK-47 rifles and RPG rocket-propelled grenades stage a mock attack on an Israeli settlement. It was the biggest show of strength by Hamas’s armed wing in years. At another Hamas rally in Jabalya refugee camp, thousands of Palestinians attended a “graduation ceremony” for new recruits belonging to the movement’s armed wing, Izzaddin Kassam. more...
World experiencing 80% rise in earthquakes - A big earthquake hits Japan – serious concern on Tsunami – Polar reversal blamed (August 16, 2005) - It was a massive earthquake in Japan. It injured at least 26 people, triggered a tsunami warning and swayed towering buildings in the heart of Tokyo. Japan's bullet trains and a nuclear power plant were automatically shut down after the quake, which measured 7.2 on the Richter scale, jolted the ocean floor off Miyagi prefecture 300 kilometres north of Tokyo. The biggest problem, according to sources is that the tectonic plate shifts have increased the number of serious earthquakes in the past one year by 80% and the rate is exponentially increasing. Scientists are blaming the Polar reversal and these will continue till 2012.Very rarely the Sun and the Earth simultaneously reverses polarity. That is exactly what is happening now. When this happens catastrophes happen in the earth. If history is a guide of anything, these earthquakes and volcanoes will continue to increase till 2012. more...
Waterborne diseases spreading like epidemic after massive rain fall in Western India – Mumbai water supply completely polluted – more than 300 die (August 16, 2005) - Situation in Mumbai is tough. Slums are almost non-existent and the basic water supply is totally polluted. The infrastructure that was not repaired, maintained and enhanced for decades finally has given up. According to media sources, health officials in western India on Tuesday reported another 31 deaths from an outbreak of waterborne diseases that followed flooding in the region, bringing the total death toll from disease to 210. More than 6,000 patients complaining of fever, nausea and breathlessness remain in hospitals across western Maharashtra state and the death toll is expected to rise, said R.R. Katti, a state health official. The 31 deaths reported Tuesday occurred between Sunday and Monday morning. more...
Praying school board likened to terrorists (August 17, 2005) - A local ACLU director equated al-Queda terrorists with members of a Louisiana school board seeking to open their meetings with prayer. Joe Cook of the ACLU of Louisiana spoke on camera with WAFB-TV, Baton Rouge, La., while staff and teachers of the Tangipahoa Parish district in New Orleans were at a seminar being informed of their free-speech rights by a member of the Alliance Defense Fund. Referring to the school board, Cook said, “They believe that they answer to a higher power, in my opinion. Which is the kind of thinking that you had with the people who flew the airplanes into the buildings in this country, and the people who did the kind of things in London.” Mike Johnson, senior counsel and southeastern regional coordinator for the Alliance Defense Fund, said Cook has become increasingly outlandish in his statements. “It shows the ACLU has become more and more extreme and marginalized,” said Johnson. “So, to that extent, I like it when he talks, because he simply reveals who they are.” Johnson said the ACLU tries to “come across as champions of liberty, but the truth of the matter is they are extremists.” “It’s clear in a number of recent cases that the ACLU of Louisiana wants to impose a radical form of secularism that the Constitution doesn’t require, and frankly, that people of this state are not willing to accept,” Johnson said. more...
Myanmar cracks down on churches (August 17, 2005) - Myanmar’s repressive government has cracked down on Christian churches in recent weeks, closing 28 houses of worship after residents had converted from Buddhism in large numbers. According to Voice of the Martyrs sources working in the Asian nation formerly known as Burma, the action is taking place in the Mandalay area. The closed fellowships were “unofficial” evangelical churches that did not belong to mainline denominations. Sources said military officials forced pastors to sign documents saying they would stop holding Christian meetings. According to the report, the pastors have begun a 40-day fast during which they will consume only juice and water while they pray for God’s intervention. In Yangon, the capital city, 17 churches reportedly have been closed, a Bible school has been closed and one pastor has been arrested. The crackdown there appears to relate to a group of Korean Christians that had been on a “prayer walk” in the city. more...
Israel Sends in More Troops for Gaza Eviction (August 17, 2005) - Convoys of buses, trucks and other vehicles carried security forces into Gaza from Israel at Kissufim crossing. For weeks the security forces have been training for scenarios that include violent resistance. Buses carrying troops rolled into the settlement of Ganei Tal. Israeli media reports said residents of Ganei Tal agreed to leave peacefully by 1 p.m. (1000 GMT). But confrontation loomed at Neve Dekalim, the biggest of the 21 Gaza settlements, where hundreds of ultranationalist youngsters who slipped into the community of red-roofed homes over the past several weeks holed up in a synagogue for a possible last stand. Israel Radio reported the army could complete the evacuation of all the settlements within days, speeding up an operation the military had said it hoped to complete by September 4. “We feel the residents’ pain,” Israeli police commissioner Moshe Karadi told The Jerusalem Post. “But we will do our job and are entering with our full force to show the settlers that we are unstoppable.” The Gaza pullout, hailed by Palestinian militants as a victory and assailed by its Israeli opponents as surrender to violence, will mark the first removal of Jewish settlements from land that Palestinians want for a state. more...
War games seen as ‘message’ (August 17, 2005) - A joint Chinese and Russian military exercise set to begin tomorrow is meant as a political signal to the United States, in addition to helping Moscow showcase its weapons for sale to China, U.S. defense and intelligence officials said yesterday. “For the Chinese and the Russians, this is a message to the United States,” one U.S. official said. “They want to see our bases in Central Asia and presence in Asia cut back.” The fact that the United States was not invited to observe the war games is a sign of the anti-U.S. nature of the exercises, said several officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Defense officials from India, Iran, Pakistan and Mongolia will be present in China to observe the exercises. “We expect that China will feature some of its latest assets alongside visiting Russian forces, showcasing their military power and credible force,” said a defense official. This official said any time that nuclear powers such as China and Russia conduct exercises together “it is of international interest.” The eight days of exercises have been dubbed Peace Mission 2005 and will involve about 10,000 Russian and Chinese troops who will fight “terrorists” in a simulated regional conflict. more...
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