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 May 12 - Let's be guided by Mary's Immaculate Heart, Pope says in Fatima
 Article: Roman Catholic Church And The Last Days

Comment from UTT:
Rick Warren has publicly stated that he has very little difficulty with Roman Catholicism. Rick Warren and all those including Brian Brodersen who endorses Rick Warren should read this article. Trusting in Mary is not what the Bible teaches.
During his first day in Fatima, Pope Francis led pilgrims in prayer, asking that the Immaculate Heart of Mary would watch over the joys and sorrows of all mankind as they make their earthly pilgrimage. "In the depths of your being, in your Immaculate Heart, you keep the joys of men and women as they journey to the Heavenly Homeland. In the depths of your being, in your Immaculate Heart, you keep the sorrows of the human family, as they mourn and weep in this valley of tears." "In the depths of your being, in your Immaculate Heart, adorn us with the radiance of the jewels of your crown and make us pilgrims, even as you were a pilgrim," he said May 12 at the Chapel of the Apparitions. Pope Francis led the prayer to Mary at the beginning of his two-day pilgrimage to Fatima in Portugal May 12-13 to celebrate the centenary of Mary's appearance to three shepherd children in 1917.

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 May 10 - Emotion reading technology claims to spot criminals before they act
 Article: One World Government

Comment from UTT:
In the name of using science as a means of monitoring human behavior for the sake of protection from terrorism, the world is moving rapidly towards a "big-brother"-like society that will set up a world system. This system will be implemented by the antichrist scenario that the Bible predicts is coming soon.  The very real fear of terrorism provides the catalyst that will bring this about.
Emotion reading technology could soon be used by police after a Russian firm created a tool that can identify people in a crowd and tell if they are angry, stressed or nervous.

The software, created by NTechLab, can monitor citizens for suspicious behaviour by tracking identity, age, gender and current emotional state. It could be used to pre-emptively stop criminals and potential terrorists. "The recognition gives a new level of security in the street because in a couple of seconds you can identify terrorists or criminals or killers," said Alexander Kabakov, NTechLab chief executive. 

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