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February 25 - Temple Mount Violence as Rabbis Demand Control of Holy Site
Article: Israel And The Last Days
congregated atop Jerusalem's Temple Mount exploded in violence on Tuesday, just
days after leading rabbis demanded that Israel officially extend its sovereignty
over the ancient Jewish holy site.
Police officials believed the incident was linked to a Knesset debate regarding
Israeli control of the Temple Mount that was scheduled for later in the day.
The Knesset debate was scheduled in response to an official
complaint filed by MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud)
over "the loss of Israeli sovereignty on the Temple Mount."
Feiglin and other Israeli lawmakers have increasingly lamented the lack of religious
freedom for Jews and Christians at the Temple Mount. Non-Muslim are forbidden to
pray or carry Bibles when visiting the compound for fear of provoking Muslim
February 22 - The LED Lights at Newark Airport Are Watching You
The National Security Agency (NSA) spying on our every movement has been much in the news
lately, and now I can report that LED light fixtures are emerging on the list of
potentially snooping, networked things.
Specifically, the New York Times reports that
the clean, bright light of newly installed LED
fixtures illuminating Terminal B at Newark Liberty International Airport, in New
Jersey, are part of a new wireless network that's watching visitors.
The 171 LED
fixtures are apparently the backbone of a system that feeds data into software
that can spot long lines, read license plates, identify suspicious activity and
alert the appropriate staff.
Now, these amazing
lights are also being used to track passengers at Newark Liberty International
February 28 - Michigan Township To Put Cameras 'In Every Neighborhood'
Article: One World Government
Officials in Ypsilanti Township, Michigan
are working with police to put surveillance
cameras in every single neighborhood.
After placing multiple cameras throughout the city's West Willow neighborhood
several years ago,
township officials claim the program's vast success, which is reportedly
centered around one single case, warrants an expansive rollout to every last
March 4 - Central Scotland MSP highlights fears over guardian plan
Article: One World Government
child in Scotland a named guardian is tipping family balance towards the state,
claimed a Tory MSP.
Margaret Mitchell hit out after the Scottish
Government successfully progressed its Children and Young People Bill through
Holyrood. Conservatives put
forward an amendment to only have a named person when there were concerns over a
child's safety or wellbeing, but these were rejected.
February 28 - Tenn. State University Requires Students to Wear Trackable IDs
Beginning Saturday, March 1, students and staff at Tennessee State University will
be required to present identification badges at any time that can also track
their movements in and out of buildings, according to a
After a spate of break-ins and vandalism, officials at the university instituted
the new ID requirement as a way to ensure safety on campus, a TSU release said.
February 28 - Global riot epidemic due to demise of cheap fossil fuels
Article: Signs Of The Last Times
post-2008 crash era, including 2013 and early 2014, has seen a persistence and
proliferation of civil unrest on a scale that has never been seen before in
human history. This month alone has seen riots kick-off in Venezuela, Bosnia,
Ukraine, Iceland and Thailand.
This is not a coincidence. The riots are of course rooted in common, regressive
economic forces playing out across every
continent of the planet - but those forces themselves are symptomatic of a
deeper, protracted process of global system failure as we transition from the
old industrial era of dirty fossil fuels, towards something else.
March 3 - At Weekly Exorcisms, Egypt's Muslims and Christians Unite Against the Demons
Article: Signs And Wonders
Cairo's best-known exorcist may be
Christian, but his weekly exorcisms provide an unusual space for interfaith
The demon that had
possessed the elderly Muslim woman was so strong that even an Imam couldn't
get rid of it. So her family opted for a priest. "My mother is possessed by
a jinn," the woman's daughter said, by way of explaining why she and her
Muslim family had decided to attend a recent Thursday night mass last month
at Cairo's St. Sama'an Cathedral.
Her mother, who was slumped over a nearby bench, gave no indication of
hearing anything. In a few hours she would be yipping and howling along with
dozens of other women similarly possessed, but for the moment she just
stared into the middle distance and muttered softly to herself.