Aug 252013
 
English: Flag of Syria, from 1932-58 and 1961-63.

English: Flag of Syria, from 1932-58 and 1961-63. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

U.N. inspectors were finally granted access to the scene of a deadly massacre of Syrian citizens on the outskirts of Damascus. The response from the government of Bashar Al-Assad comes 5 days after the neurological attack, which killed or injured hundreds of civilians. The delay in granting access was designed to make it difficult for inspectors to come to a definitive conclusion that the Syrian government ordered a chemical attack against its own people. Meanwhile the Syrians, Hezbollah & their Iranian masters threaten any response to these attacks by the U.S. will bring misery in return.

So much misery, man against man.

There will be a response. Weapons have been delivered to the opposition and are in their hands. Targeted strikes by the spears of the allies will skirt through the sky and rain destruction on the enemies of humanity.

 

 

 

May 252012
 

U.N. Inspectors have found traces of enriched uranium in Iran that have been enriched to 27%.

That’s 7% higher than Iran says is needed for hospital isotopes and research reactors – a key defense Iran has been making as justification for the need to have 20% uranium enrichment. Iran is claiming that the higher percentage is accidental and can happen during the enrichment process. The U.N. watchdog agency responsible for inspections is evaluating Iran’s response. Recent talks held in Baghdad to curb Iran’s nuclear ambitions have ended with no progress except a promise to reconvene in June in Moscow for further discussions.

The countdown continues to the prediction we made in Predictions Part 1 & Predictions Part 2 made in January/Feb and April of this year that Israel will strike the Iranian nuclear facilities by air and land between July-September 0f this year.

Read related story at the BBC

Nov 052011
 
Logo of the United Nations

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Pacific-wide Tsunami Warning and Communication Exercise to take place November 9th-10th. The stated purpose of the test:

“The purpose (aim) of Exercise Pacific Wave 11 is to improve local and regional source tsunami warning and response capability in the Pacific.
The exercise provides an opportunity for Pacific countries to exercise their operational lines of communications, review their tsunami response procedures, and promote emergency preparedness. Regular exercises are important for maintaining staff readiness in case of a real event. This is especially true for tsunamis, which are infrequent, but when they occur, require a rapid response. Every Pacific country is encouraged to participate”.

Here is the link to the training manual available at the United Nations UNESCO site:

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002114/211498e.pdf

 

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