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Today's top world news headlines: July 22, 2014

These global news confirm the fact we are at the last hour right before the greatest Global change that mankind and Creation as a whole has been waiting for: The beginning of a new Era, unlike anything before seen, whereby the Lord of lords, King of kings - Melquisedec - will govern over the Earth and restore world peace and order...while the Evil seed of the world will cease from being. After all, the planet will have to give count for having taken His arrival all too lightly, mocking and rejecting when He arrived in the human veil named Jose Luis De Jesus, The Man Christ Jesus. But now, He will arrive in His glorious transformed body and there will be no denying that Melquisedec is the Lord of lords - King of justice, King of peace.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

New research on ocean heat content: Deep oceans are cooling amidst modeling uncertainty

Guest essay by Jim Steele, Director emeritus Sierra Nevada Field Campus, San Francisco State University and author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist's Journey to Climate Skepticism:  Read More

Five of the world's lakes drying up completely due to drought, water reallocation and big business

Due to drought, water reallocation and industrialization, nations across the globe are finding that some of the world's most iconic bodies of water are disappearing.  Read More

Russia, Holland Discuss UN Security Council Resolution on Malaysian Boeing Crash

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte discussed the implementation of the UN Security Council resolution supporting a thorough and independent international investigation into the Malaysian Boeing 777 crash in eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin’s press service announced Tuesday.  Read More

NYC approves apartment building with separate entrance for poor people

It would be difficult to come with a more on-the-nose metaphor for New York City's income inequality problem than the new high-rise apartment building coming to 40 Riverside Boulevard, which will feature separate doors for regular, wealthy humans and whatever you call the scum that rents affordable housing.  Read More

Britain does U-turn on ex-KGB spy Litvinenko murder inquiry

Britain announced on Tuesday it would hold a public inquiry into the death of a former Russian spy who accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of ordering his murder, but denied the decision was linked to the Ukraine crisis.  Read More

Chinese president travels to Latin America: secures oil, gold deals with Venezuela; visits Argentina, Cuba

Chinese President Xi Jinping has signed a row of oil and mineral deals with Venezuela. The Chinese leader is on a four-country tour of Latin America aimed to increasing influence in the region.  Read More

Journalists and anti-vax campaigners could be considered terrorists under UK Law

The UK's terrorism laws are so broad they could be applied to journalists and their supporters, as well as crimes that have nothing to do with terrorism, according to a new report from the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation.  Read More

Journalist attacked by 'angry Israeli' during on-air report near Gaza

A BBC Arabic correspondent was attacked on air in the Israeli city of Ashkelon, just outside Gaza, while reporting on the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  Read More

Typhoon Matmo wallops Taiwan - First typhoon to make landfall in Taiwan this year

Typhoon warnings have been issued for most of Taiwan as Typhoon Matmo (Philippines name: Henry) bears down on the island. Matmo is the third typhoon to threaten the western Pacific Basin in less than three weeks.  Read More

Single lightning strike kills 45 head of Black Angus cattle on Montana ranch

Darby - A bolt of lightning killed 45 head of cattle on a ranch near Darby. Rancher Jean Taylor tells the Ravalli Republic the cows, calves and a prize bull were crowded under some small crabapple trees on July 14 when the lighting struck.  Read More

EU to Adopt Restrictive Measures on Investment in Crimea by July End

Foreign ministers from the European Union will introduce additional measures to restrict trade and investment in Crimea and Sevastopol, according to the statement issued after the Foreign Affairs Council meeting in Brussels on Tuesday.  Read More

Obamacare subsidies ruled illegal as federal court declares President is not King

The "affordability delusion" of Obamacare is set to be obliterated following the decision of a federal judicial panel which declared that most of the subsidies currently being paid toward individual health insurance policies are illegal.  Read More

A sign of things to come? Flags atop Brooklyn bridge replaced with faded white versions

Police say the American flags that fly atop the two towers of the Brooklyn Bridge appeared to have been replaced with two white flags early Tuesday morning not long after several people could be seen walking across the iconic span.  Read More

Ebola spreads to health workers as Liberian nurses contract the virus

Four Liberian health workers have been admitted after contracting the Ebola virus while treating patients.  Read More

China seals off city and sets up quarantines after inhabitant dies of bubonic plague

30,000 residents of Yumen are not being allowed to leave and 151 people have been placed in quarantine after man's death  Read More

Malaysian experts arrive at MH17 scene; team leader praises "hell of a job" done by rebels at site

Malaysian aviation experts have arrived in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, to investigate the crash of the MH17 flight. Earlier local militia said they found presumed data recorders at the site and would hand them over to international investigators.  Read More

Elderly veteran arrested for asking gov't officials to speak louder

A 76-year-old military veteran was arrested for disorderly conduct at a public county board meeting for asking officials to speak up when they refused to use the microphones. The hearing was over a controversial new plant in the area.  Read More

Fact-Free Zone

The fog of war that has been hovering over eastern Ukraine has now spread to the shores of the Potomac, and from there has inundated ever pore of western body politic.  Read More

U.S. intelligence admits the obvious: No link to Russia found in crash of Flight MH17

Unnamed US officials are telling Associated Press that their intelligence suggests Malaysia plane shot down by anti-Kiev militia, no link to Russia found.  Read More

Bribery, blackmail and bullying - Israel's modus operandi

On 26 November 1947, when it became apparent to Zionists and their supporters that the UN vote on the Partition of Palestine would be short of the required two thirds majority in the General Assembly, they filibustered for a postponement until after Thanksgiving thereby gaining time to threaten the loss of aid to nations such as Greece - which planned on voting against - into changing their votes. U.S. President Truman - also threatened with loss of Jewish support in the upcoming Presidential election - later noted that:  Read More