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"So the thing that causes it might not be that different than the stuff we’ve seen, except that the system is getting more and more unstable, and it might not take that much. So with that said, an outright Russian invasion of Ukraine, I mean, that’s kind of been discounted. I think people would be surprised if Putin doesn’t invade eastern Ukraine at this point. And people would be surprised if the Islamic State doesn’t kick the Kurds all the way back to [the regional capital of] Erbil.
So then you say, “Well, how bad can get it get?” Well, stay tuned. It can get worse."
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"For people in the western world that have never seen anything like this other than in the movies, it can be difficult to grasp just how horrible this epidemic truly is.  In the areas of west Africa where Ebola is spreading, fear and panic are everywhere, food shortages are becoming a serious problem and there have been reports of dead bodies rotting in the streets.  People are avoiding hospitals and clinics because of paranoia about the fact that so many health workers have contracted the disease.  According to the World Health Organization, more than 240 health workers have gotten the virus so far and more than 120 of them have perished.
We have never seen anything like this in any of our lifetimes, and the scary part is that this might only be just the beginning.

The following are 16 apocalyptic quotes from global health officials about this horrific Ebola epidemic..."
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Yes, in case you were wondering, the Elite really do think we are complete idiots.
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"And now I have told you before it come to pass, that, when it is come to pass, you might believe. 
Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this world comes, and has nothing in me."  
-John 14:29-30
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Is this really America, or just an Orwellian nightmare? Absolutely unconstitutional thuggery and robbery from an out of control Police State is happening in Philadelphia, and elsewhere.
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Have you ever noticed how scripted the news cycle is moving from one crisis to another almost in a synchronized fashion? 
It really is like clockwork.  I've been watching the news cycles very closely now for so long, it has become painfully obvious to me.  Sometimes, just to really keep the pot stirring, we get to enjoy multiple crisis' at the same time, always following the bouncing ball! The really interesting part is of course that most of it is total bunk.
Benghazi hung around probably longer than it was supposed to when America saw through the "it was a video" routine (and I only say that because FOX NEWS stuck with it, the rest of the media, not so much).  Uh-oh, they didn't do that one right.  All the gun control efforts via fake shootings I don't think has gone as well as planned either (Remember how Eric Holder said that we should "brainwash people into thinking about guns in a vastly different way"?  Yeah, they keep trying).  
The President's scandals, they also seep out from time to time, like the IRS, and the already mentioned Benghazi but most we RARELY hear about, and when he (Barry Soetoro) lies, and he does continuously, it's HARDLY an issue for the media.  
6 Trillion in new debt? Hardly a word.  Not enforcing federal Immigration laws? Who cares, he does it for the children! Speaking of which, remember all the poor kids coming across the border all alone, so we have to just let everyone in? Yeah, that was a big lie. Just a blip on the TV screen and the crisis seems to have passed.  But not really, the borders are as porous as ever, it's just that the media has moved on.   
The Ferguson riots were a nice manufactured distraction that made it past a week and did a nice job to stir racial differences.  
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"But under the Constitution, a president may enter into a legally binding treaty only if it is approved by a two-thirds majority of the Senate.

    To sidestep that requirement, President Obama’s climate negotiators are devising what they call a “politically binding” deal that would “name and shame” countries into cutting their emissions. The deal is likely to face strong objections from Republicans on Capitol Hill and from poor countries around the world, but negotiators say it may be the only realistic path.

In seeking to go around Congress to push his international climate change agenda, Mr. Obama is echoing his domestic climate strategy. In June, he bypassed Congress and used his executive authority to order a far-reaching regulation forcing American coal-fired power plants to curb their carbon emissions. That regulation, which would not be not final until next year, already faces legal challenges, including a lawsuit filed on behalf of a dozen states."
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"So we can drone Americans fighting with terrorists but we can't automatically revoke their U.S. passports? WTH."
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