Putin Smashes British PM, Chinese Truck Driver Engulfed by Raging Flood, Cocaine Bust Inside Glittery Horse Head, Is Our Sun a MASSIVE UFO Stargate? Mysterious Birth,

Russia Insider  EXCLUSIVE: Putin Smashes British PM: Cameron’s Claim That Russia Was Interested in Brexit Groundless

DailyMirrorNews  Foolhardy Chinese Truck Driver Engulfed by Raging Flood

Published on Jul 4, 2016  “This truck being engulfed by water and swept away in floods has gone viral. The incident happened on a flooded road when a lorry driver attempted to drive across it, but failed and was engulfed by the torrent.”

NewsBeat Social  New Zealand Police Find Record Cocaine Bust Inside Glittery Horse Head

Published on Jul 4, 2016  “New Zealand police find 35 bricks of cocaine inside the statue of a horse’s head.”

Summary:

11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.
{Ephesians 5:11 NKJV}

Jesus Christ is the answer to all of our problems.  Are you saved?  Do you know Jesus Christ as your Lord & Savior?

“I am the vine, you are the branches.
He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit;
for without Me you can do nothing.”
{John 15:5 NKJV}

Pray to the One who saves man’s soul from eternal darkness separated from the giver of Life, Jesus Christ.  Ask Him into your heart, repent of your wrongdoings (sin) and accept Him into your daily lives.  He is faithful; He is forgiving; He will save you.

Stay safe.  Be blessed.

 

SeashoreMary

…if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet,
and the people are not warned,
and the sword comes and takes any person from among them,
he is taken away in his iniquity;
but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.”
{Ezequiel 33:6}

 

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7 thoughts on “Putin Smashes British PM, Chinese Truck Driver Engulfed by Raging Flood, Cocaine Bust Inside Glittery Horse Head, Is Our Sun a MASSIVE UFO Stargate? Mysterious Birth,

  1. FBI Chief Lets Hillary Avoid Justice
    Bill Still

    As I listen to the actual news conference, I see that Dir. Comey goes into detail of what ‘evidence’ they uncovered, he does in fact, leave the outcome for public ‘conviction’ particularly since he knows if he formally recommends charges, he knows the DOJ WOULD NOT ACT on what the FBI would recommend including espionage charges because clearly there were violations committed!

  2. Funny that someone who can’t pass an FBI background check
    – would be considered for any elected office.

    Also interesting that there is no way to pardon someone not convicted of a crime.

    http://www.military.com/veteran-jobs/security-clearance-jobs/security-clearance-eligibility.html

    quote:
    \\
    Guideline E: Personal Conduct

    The Concern:

    The following will normally result in an unfavorable clearance action or administrative termination of further processing for clearance eligibility:

    – Refusal to undergo or cooperate with required security processing, including medical and psychological testing
    – Refusal to complete required security forms, releases, or provide full, frank and truthful answers to lawful questions in connection with a personnel security or trustworthiness determination.

    Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:

    – Reliable, unfavorable information provided by associates, employers, coworkers, neighbors, and other acquaintances;
    – The deliberate omission, concealment, or falsification of relevant and material facts from investigations to determine security clearance eligibility;
    – Personal conduct or concealment of information that may increase a persons susceptibility to blackmail;
    – A pattern of dishonesty or rule violations, including violation of any written or recorded agreement made between the individual and the agency.
    – Association with persons involved in criminal activity.
    //

    \\
    Guideline J: Criminal Conduct

    The Concern:

    – A history or pattern of criminal activity creates doubt about a person’s judgment, reliability and trustworthiness.

    Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:

    – Allegations or admissions of criminal conduct, regardless of whether the person was formally charged;
    – A single serious crime or multiple lesser offenses.

    Conditions that could mitigate security concerns include:

    – The criminal behavior was not recent;
    – The crime was an isolated incident;
    – The person was pressured or coerced into committing the act and those pressures are no longer present in that person’s life;
    – The person did not voluntarily commit the act and/or the factors leading to the violation are not likely to recur;
    – Acquittal
    – There is clear evidence of successful rehabilitation.
    //

    \\
    Guideline K: Security Violations

    The Concern:

    – Noncompliance with security regulations raises doubt about an individual’s trustworthiness, willingness, and ability to safeguard classified information.

    Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:

    – Unauthorized disclosure of classified information;
    – Violations that are deliberate or multiple or due to negligence.

    Conditions that could mitigate security concerns include:

    – Were inadvertent;
    – Were isolated or infrequent;
    – Were due to improper or inadequate training;
    – Demonstrate a positive attitude towards the discharge of security responsibilities.
    //

    \\
    Guideline M: Misuse of Government Systems

    The Concern:

    – Noncompliance with rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations pertaining to information technology systems may raise security concerns about an individual’s ability to properly protect classified systems, networks, and information.

    Conditions that could raise a security concern and may be disqualifying include:

    – Illegal or unauthorized entry into any information technology system;
    – Illegal or unauthorized modification, destruction, manipulation, or denial of access to information residing on an information technology system;
    – Removal (or use) of hardware, software or media from any information technology system without authorization, when specifically prohibited by rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations;
    – Introduction of hardware, software or media into any information technology system without authorization, when specifically prohibited by rules, procedures, guidelines or regulations;

    Conditions that could mitigate security concerns include:

    – The misuse was not recent or significant;
    – The conduct was unintentional or inadvertent;
    – The introduction or removal of media was authorized;
    – The misuse was an isolated event;
    – The misuse was followed immediately by a prompt, good faith effort to correct the situation.

    When information of security concern becomes known about a person who is currently seeking security clearance, the investigator will consider several factors in determining if clearance should be granted or denied. These factors include:

    – The person voluntarily reported the adverse information;
    – Was truthful and complete in responding to questions;
    – Sought assistance and followed professional guidance, where appropriate;
    – Resolved or appears likely to favorably resolve the security concern;
    – Has demonstrated positive changes in behavior and employment;
    – Should have his or her access temporarily suspended pending final adjudication of the information.

    After evaluating information of security concern, the investigator decides whether security clearance will be granted or denied. It may be appropriate to recommend approval with a warning that future incidents of a similar nature may result in revocation of access.
    //

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