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‘An Enormous Ecological Disaster’: Hundreds Of Animals, Fish, Birds From Florida Lagoon Inexplicably Die

07/05/2013 1 comment

By PF Louis, Natural News – “More events of mass wild-life species deaths are occurring exponentially, usually without explanation. Often the immediate problem is recognized, but what caused the problem remains unknown.

The term ‘non-point pollution’ pops up, indicating that the source of the problem comes from more than one polluter.

Although several usual suspects are named and gathered in the media, they are merely loosely discussed, but not seriously investigated by journalists, government agencies, or legal authorities.

Industrial representatives routinely influence media and government to ignore the situation or, at best, go through the motions, skim the event’s surface, and leave with nothing conclusive. Either way, there’s no accountability or environmental resolution.

The Gulf BP disaster was a major example of industry’s sway over media and government with the worst man-made ecological disasters in the USA ever.

The recent Indian Creek Lagoon crisis in the central east coast of Florida is an enormous ecological disaster that some consider an inexplicable natural occurrence while others call it a non-point (multi-source) pollution problem. [1]

But something is fishy about the circumstances that precipitated this incident.

The Indian River Lagoon stretches out for 156 miles along the eastern Florida coast and has been a leading North American haven of bio-diversity with 600 species of fish and sea mammals and 300 species of birds. They are in jeopardy now.

At one point, dolphin deaths occurred daily while manatees (sea cows) were dying at a rate of one a week. Over 300 pelicans, 46 dolphins, and 111 manatees have died as of June 20 2013. Even worse is the destruction of their natural feeding habitat, 47,000 acres of sea grass beds on the lagoon’s shallow water floors. [2]” Read more.

Categories: Mass Animal Deaths

Turkish PM Slams Egyptian Military’s Ousting Of Islamist President, Says It Is ‘Unacceptable’ And Must Not Be Tolerated

07/05/2013 2 comments

It is understood by many that Daniel 11:21-45 prophecied the historical conflict between Antiochus IV Epiphanes (the “King of the North” who ruled the region of modern day Turkey and elsewhere) and Ptolemy VI (the “King of the South” who ruled the region of modern day Egypt). In verses 40-43 Daniel writes that the various conflicts that took place historically between these two kings would in some way be repeated yet again shortly before the Messiah comes. Is the stage now somehow being set for its fulfilment? Let us continue to watch …

Daniel 11:40-43, “At the time of the end the king of the South will engage him in battle, and the king of the North will storm out against him with chariots and cavalry and a great fleet of ships. He will invade many countries and sweep through them like a flood. He will also invade the Beautiful Land. Many countries will fall … He will extend his power over many countries; Egypt will not escape. He will gain control of the treasures of gold and silver and all the riches of Egypt, with the Libyans and Cushites in submission.”

France24 – “Turkey’s prime minister on Friday condemned the military intervention that toppled Egypt’s Islamist president Mohamed Morsi as an enemy of democracy, and chastised the West for failing to brand the ouster a coup.

Referring to his country’s history of coups, Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned that such military uprisings come at a heavy price and must not be tolerated.

‘No matter where they are… coups are bad,’ Erdogan said in televised remarks. ‘Coups are clearly enemies of democracy.

‘Those who rely on the guns in their hands, those who rely on the power of the media cannot build democracy…. Democracy can only be built at ballot box,’ said Erdogan, who had forged friendly relations with Morsi during the Egyptian’s one-year in power.

Erdogan also lashed out at the West for shying away from calling the military intervention a coup, while welcoming the African Union’s decision to suspend Egypt over the army’s actions.” Read more.

Turkey Says Egyptian Leader’s Ouster By Military Is ‘Unacceptable’ – “Turkey, which had formed an emerging alliance with Egypt’s ousted Islamist leader Muhammed Morsi, on Thursday slammed the democratically elected leader’s overthrow by the military as ‘unacceptable’ and called for his release from house arrest. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted government has been watching developments in Egypt with concern as the armed forces ousted Morsi, an Islamist and Egypt’s first democratically elected president.” Read more.

Egypt: Islamists Declare ‘A New Taliban And A New Al-Qaeda In Egypt’, Burn Down Dozens Of Christian Homes, Promise Suicide Bombings

07/05/2013 2 comments

Isaiah 19:2, “I will set Egyptians against Egyptians; Everyone will fight against his brother, And everyone against his neighbor, City against city, kingdom against kingdom …”

Egypt Independent – “The situation has heated up in Naga Hassan village, west of Luxor, after the killing of a Muslim man and the injury of a Copt on Friday.

The number of houses belonging to Copts that have been burned is now 23. Police fired teargas bombs to stop the clashes.

Police are protecting dozens of Copts at the police station near the area where the clashes are taking place. Security has been enhanced around Dabe’iya church, for fear of an attack. The police and military troops have exerted a huge effort to end the clashes.” Source – Egypt Independent.

At Least 30 Reported Dead In Egyptian Violence, Brotherhood Vows To Fight Until Morsi Reinstated – “At least 30 people were killed in Egypt Friday and Saturday in fighting between soldiers and supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi, witnesses said. The New York Times reported at least 30 people had been killed across the country by early Saturday, though it was not possible to accurately assess the full extent of casualties… Pro-Morsi marches took place in Alexandria, Beheira and Minyain, among other cities.” Read more.

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