The true story of a disillusioned military contractor employee and his drug pusher childhood friend who became walk-in spies for the Soviet Union, based on a true story, starring Timothy Hutton and Sean Penn.
While Obama starts his move to take all guns out of the hands of America’s citizen’s, the gun merchants flood the countries they feel will use them to further Agenda 21 and the beginning of worldwide population control. . . EDITOR
France is sending more troops to Mali to fight against al-Qaeda-linked militants. Paris claims the move is short-term, but delays to the deployment of an African security force have raised fears the conflict could spill over into neighboring nations.
The French government issued a statement that it would send 2,500 troops to support Malian government soldiers in the conflict against Islamist rebels. France has already deployed around 750 troops to Mali, and French carriers arrived in Bamako on Tuesday morning . . . . Read Complete Report
UN calls for ‘rapid deployment’ of international troops in Mali
11 January, 2013, 07:13
The UN Security Council has called for “rapid deployment” of international forces in Mali to combat Islamist militants in the north of the country. It comes as insurgents have seized the key city of Konna as they move south.
“This serious deterioration of the situation threatens even more the stability and integrity of Mali and constitutes a direct threat to international peace and security,” Security Council President Masood Khan said in a statement following an emergency meeting on Thursday evening.
Given the latest developments in the West African country, the members of the UNSC “expressed their determination to pursue the full implementation” of its resolutions on Mali, in particular Resolution 2085, adopted in December, which authorizes the deployment of over 3,000 African-led international troops. . . . Read Complete Report
‘West created conditions for Islamists to take over in Mali’
The world, according to one widely debunked theory, is slated to end on Dec. 21. Around the world the paranoid are readying themselves for Doomsday, a date they believe is predicted in an ancient Mayan prophesy. There’s just one problem: no one seems to know at just what time we’re all supposed to meet our fiery end. ABC News is checking in around the world, as the clock turns to midnight on Dec. 21, to find out if the world has ended — so far, so good. . . . Read Complete Report
Photo: National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. Maya mask. Stucco frieze from Placeres, Campeche. Early Classic period (c. 250 – 600 AD. Joyce Kelly 2001 An Archaeological Guide to Central and Southern Mexico, p.105. ISBN 0-8061-3349-X. SOURCE Wikipedia (Public Domain)
I have been an unbeliever since I first heard of this foolishness. I could be wrong.
At any rate, the date is drawing near, December 21, 2012.
So here is both sides of the story. The first a news report from RT America giving us the Mayan leaders interpretation.
Then we present the full video, Illuminati 2012 End of the World Conspiracy Predictions. Watch both, you decide, and we’ll see you here on December 22, 2012. . . EDITOR
The ancient Mayan calendar predicts that planet Earth will be entering a new cycle in the year 2012. The day the world is predicted to end is December 21, 2012, but are these grim predictions just a hoax to make people rich? RT’s Meghan Lopez has more.
Elephanta Caves, situated on the Elephanta Island is home to 1,200 year old rock cut temple of Lord Shiva. Ancient carvings and sculptures adorn the temple. The specialty of the temple is that it was built out of a single rock with space for columns and shrines. There are over 10 caves here but it’s the main cave that has the privilege of being the most preserved.
This section of the cave is replete with gigantic structures that tell stories of Lord Shiva from the puranas.An astonishing fact is that even though the site was used for target practice in the 17th century by the Portuguese, the caves retained their charm and still attract loads of visitors everyday. The Elephanta Caves are now designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. An added incentive to go check them out, isn’t it? . . . Read Complete Report
The ‘City of Caves’, on an island in the Sea of Oman close to Bombay, contains a collection of rock art linked to the cult of Shiva. Here, Indian art has found one of its most perfect expressions, particularly the huge high reliefs in the main cave.