Burns, Oregon Update Alert

I have been following events closely very concerned over escalating hostile build up…




9 thoughts on “Burns, Oregon Update Alert

    • Hey! I’m not fully back. Still on my tablet, very limited. My telephone service has been restored, the modem has been recabled for dsl connectivity but for some reason internet won’t relate with my cpu. Very frustrating at the moment. Would appreciate prayer to break through.

      I was remembering that I had faced similar situation last Jan 2015 this could very well be a spiritual battle. The telephone repairman instantly noted there wasn’t any sound coming through for telephone signal. I guess he’s used to vibrations or the lack thereof.

      Now I’m facing audio interference on my tablet!…Just add patience for me because I’m getting testy. It’s made me wonder how well I would “survive” without technology should the entire electrical grid break down!!??

      • Each overcoming always seems to be more … intense (involved, arresting, stretching, requiring)

        Yet the way through is with Y’shua … leaning in to Him … attending

  1. @ please remain seated…
    – buckle your seat belts
    – oxygen masks may deploy



    Not to mention Puerto Rico’s default, Venezuelan Chavistas (cartel oil) clamp down on politics, much trumpted US Kerry diplomacy on Iran clearly just hot air re: reimposed sanctions from (“ta da da”) typical Iranian lies, etc. etc.

    • @ png of svg of UK’s FTSE 100 from above
      – note events, plenty missing
      – like EU refugee crisis
      – or Saudi 30+ Nation counter to Shia dominance

  2. @ Biden Panders to Ten Horns at Davos…
    – back to the fiddler’s medley
    – for burning down the house
    – i.e. Old Joe can’t keep his mouth shut



    US Vice-President Joe Biden speaks at the plenary session of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. A prevailing sense of anxiety was in the air in the Swiss ski resort of Davos as the World Economic Forum kicked off Wednesday with delegates fretting about the turbulence in financial markets, slowdown in China and plunging oil prices.

    DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Ever the jokester, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden ribbed his boss Wednesday at the World Economic Forum before getting serious to chide tax-dodgers and warn about the possible dangers that the digital revolution and growing automation could pose to jobs.

    …U.S. Senator, Biden wisecracked about President Barack Obama for not letting him go as vice president until now as he delivered the keynote address at the renowned Davos conference in the Swiss Alpine snows.

    “I’ve really resented the hell out of the fact Barack wouldn’t let me come until tonight,” he told a nearly packed hall, before quickly adding: “I’m only joking about that. That’s a joke.”

    ….Biden also quipped about wanting to seek a “personal” loan from IMF managing director Christine Lagarde, who sat in the front row and laughed. He then turned to the theme of this year’s edition — the Fourth Industrial Revolution — and expressed hopes it would produce “far more winners than losers…”

    “So my call to action here is simple: Embrace the obligation to your workers as well as your shareholders,” he said.

    Biden said the traditional bargain which stipulated that a worker who contributed to the success of his employer would get a share in the benefits has been broken.

    He decried a growing wealth gap, economic inequality, tax avoidance and data showing that wage growth is not keeping pace with productivity gains. He suggested that they were among the contributing factors to a rise of public disenchantment and frustration in many parts of the world, fanning radical movements like the Islamic State group and far-right extremists in Europe, and spawning an extreme political discourse in the United States.

    “So I say to all of you tonight that the digital revolution has the potential to exacerbate this breakdown, and not just in America but around the world,” he said.

    “…It’s true all of us in this room are probably going to be fine. But while we’ll be fine, we need an environment in the wake of this revolution that gives a chance to be part of the mix.

    “…Never before we have had so much power in our hands to do better,” Biden said. “It’s not going to be easy. But it’s possible.”

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