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December 16, 2014

This Test should be implemented in every state in America, I wonder how many members of Congress and the Supreme Court could pass it??

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — thearizonasentinel @ 11:12 am

No Spin Zone Bill O’Reilly voter test!

U.S. CITIZENSHIP QUIZ
Get 15 or more correct to pass!

1. Who is considered to be the “Father of Our Country”?
George Washington
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Christopher Columbus

2. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
George Washington
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Christopher Columbus

3. What is the supreme law of the land?
The Executive Branch
The Constitution
The Honor System
The Bill of Rights
The Magna Carta

4. The notion of self-government is present in the first three words of the Constitution. What are the three words?
United we stand…
Give me your…
We the people…
Congress shall make…
You have the…

5. The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called…
Article One
The Bill of Rights
The Declaration of Independence
The Federalist Papers
The Preamble

6. How many amendments does the Constitution have in total?
1
10
27
50
142

7. What is one right or freedom NOT provided by the First Amendment?
speech
religion
assembly
pursuit of happiness
petition the government

8. How many U.S. senators are there and how long is a senator’s term?
50 senators; 2 years
50 senators; 6 years
100 senators; 2 years
100 senators; 6 years

9. Why do some states have more representatives than other states?
States with more people have more representatives
States with more land have more representatives
Each state has the same number of representatives
Each state’s number of representatives is random

10. What other position does the commander in chief of the military hold?
President
Vice President
Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
Secretary of Defense

11. If both the president and the vice president can no longer serve, who becomes president?
Attorney General
House Majority Leader
Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
Secretary of Defense

12. Which of the following is not a branch of government?
Executive
Legislative
Financial
Judicial
None of the above

13. What stops any one branch of government from becoming too powerful?
Executive Orders
The United Nations
The National Security Agency
A system of checks and balances
Journalists and the national media

14. Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the federal government, and some powers belong to the states. Which is not a power of the federal government?
print money
provide driver’s licenses
declare war
create an army
make treaties

15. Who was president during World War I?
Woodrow Wilson
Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
Franklin D. Roosevelt
George H.W. Bush

16. Who did the United States fight in World War II?
Germany
Japan
Italy
All of the above
None of the above

17. How old must a citizen be to vote for president?
16
17
18
21
25

18. What is the economic system in the United States?
Socialist
Communist
Capitalist
Mercantilist
Laissez-faire

19. Which state does not border Mexico?
California
Arizona
Nevada
New Mexico
Texas

20. Which of the following is NOT an American Indian tribe in the United States?
Cherokee
Sioux
Iroquois
Apache
Sabine

21. When is the last day you can send in federal income tax returns?
January 1
April 15
May 20
July 4
December 31

22. What is the political party of the current president?
Republican
Democrat

23. What is the capital of the United States?
Philadelphia, PA
Annapolis, MD
New York, NY
Washington, DC
Juneau, AK

24. What do the stripes on the American flag represent?
The number of signatures on the Declaration of Independence
The number of signatures on the Constitution
The original 10 colonies
The original 13 colonies
Nothing

25. Which of the following is not a federal holiday?
Memorial Day
Election Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans Day

Anwsers :

Your score: 0 / 25 correct Quiz Average: 19.75 correct
Incorrect 1. Who is considered to be the “Father of Our Country”?

ANSWER: George Washington
Alexander Hamilton
Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Christopher Columbus

2. Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?

George Washington
Alexander Hamilton
ANSWER: Thomas Jefferson
James Madison
Christopher Columbus

3. What is the supreme law of the land?

ANSWER: The Constitution

The Honor System
The Bill of Rights
The Magna Carta

4. The notion of self-government is present in the first three words of the Constitution. What are the three words?

United we stand…
Give me your…
ANSWER: We the people…
Congress shall make…
You have the…

5. The first ten amendments to the Constitution are called…

Article One
ANSWER: The Bill of Rights
The Declaration of Independence
The Federalist Papers
The Preamble

6. How many amendments does the Constitution have in total?

1
10
ANSWER: 27
50
142

7. What is one right or freedom NOT provided by the First Amendment?

speech
religion
assembly
ANSWER: pursuit of happiness
petition the government

8. How many U.S. senators are there and how long is a senator’s term?

50 senators; 2 years
50 senators; 6 years
100 senators; 2 years
ANSWER: 100 senators; 6 years

9. Why do some states have more representatives than other states?

ANSWER: States with more people have more representatives
States with more land have more representatives
Each state has the same number of representatives
Each state’s number of representatives is random

10. What other position does the commander in chief of the military hold?

ANSWER: President
Vice President
Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
Secretary of Defense

11. If both the president and the vice president can no longer serve, who becomes president?

Attorney General
House Majority Leader
ANSWER: Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
Secretary of Defense

12. Which of the following is not a branch of government?

Executive
Legislative
ANSWER: Financial
Judicial
None of the above

13. What stops any one branch of government from becoming too powerful?

Executive Orders
The United Nations
The National Security Agency
ANSWER: A system of checks and balances
Journalists and the national media

14. Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the federal government, and some powers belong to the states. Which is not a power of the federal government?

print money
ANSWER: provide driver’s licenses
declare war
create an army
make treaties

15. Who was president during World War I?

ANSWER: Woodrow Wilson
Lyndon B. Johnson
Richard Nixon
Franklin D. Roosevelt
George H.W. Bush

16. Who did the United States fight in World War II?

Germany
Japan
Italy
ANSWER: All of the above

17. How old must a citizen be to vote for president?

16
17
ANSWER: 18
21
25

18. What is the economic system in the United States?

Socialist
Communist
ANSWER: Capitalist
Mercantilist
Laissez-faire

19. Which state does not border Mexico?

California
Arizona
ANSWER: Nevada
New Mexico
Texas

20. Which of the following is NOT an American Indian tribe in the United States?

Cherokee
Sioux
Iroquois
Apache
ANSWER: Sabine

21. When is the last day you can send in federal income tax returns?

January 1
ANSWER: April 15
May 20
July 4
December 31

22. What is the political party of the current president?

Republican
ANSWER: Democrat

23. What is the capital of the United States?

Philadelphia, PA
Annapolis, MD
New York, NY
ANSWER: Washington, DC
Juneau, AK

24. What do the stripes on the American flag represent?

The number of signatures on the Declaration of Independence
The number of signatures on the Constitution
The original 10 colonies
ANSWER: The original 13 colonies
Nothing

25. Which of the following is not a federal holiday?

Memorial Day
ANSWER: Election Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans Day

Farming by Corporations/Government, Read Animal Factories by David Kirby!

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , — thearizonasentinel @ 10:47 am

Watch: Factory Farm Whistleblower Unveils Disturbing Video
‘Sustainable’ farm conditions revealed
by Anthony Gucciardi | Infowars.com | December 7, 2014

http://www.infowars.com/watch-factory-farm-whistleblower-unveils-disturbing-video/

Does ‘sustainable’ farming really mean what you think it does? We’ve all seen the concerning images and videos depicting abused and sickly animals set for sale for the lowest possible price point, but very few have seen inside of a major ‘sustainable’ factory farm that even the USDA says passes its standard of care.

A North Carolina contractor for meat processing giant Perdue has now unveiled what truly happens behind these ‘better’ farming operations that we are made to believe are the much better option for ourselves and our families. The result: a very disturbing reminder to eat a high quality organic diet:

As a contractor for Perdue, farmer Craig Watts says he is contractually obligated to ensure that the chickens destined for your dinner table do not receive any form of sunlight or fresh air. In addition, the chickens are forced to lay not only on their own bed of feces, but feces that has accumulated for around the past year. This is because the floors are not cleaned between each import of new chickens, leading to thick layers of feces, other bodily fluids, limbs, and other items accumulating to the point where the underbellies of the chickens are worn red and their feathers are rubbed clean off. Is it any wonder that around 97% of all chicken products have been found to be tainted with harmful bacteria?

This is what millions around the world are paying for with their hard earned dollar, and it’s what major factory farms are selling off as ‘organic.’ Always remember that whenever corporations can use natural-style ‘buzz words’ to draw in customers without actually staying true to these labels, they most certainly will.

It’s up to you to purchase high quality organic items for you and your family, and to support initiatives to retake words like ‘natural’ away from corporations that would rather pay animal cruelty fines than change their practices.

Perdue farmer Craig Watts is likely in for a round of contractual lawsuits, however if Perdue is smart, they will not publicly sue Mr. Watts in order to avoid public backlash. I would expect, rather, for the company to issue a statement that Mr. Watts is in fact the individual responsible for the poor treatment, and that they are ‘evaluating’ their procedures.

December 14, 2014

Obama’s,House and Senates gift to America, fundamentaley transforming America!!

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , , , , , — thearizonasentinel @ 11:38 am

December 13, 2014

North Dakota names their dump after Obama, seems fitting!

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , , , , , — thearizonasentinel @ 4:54 pm

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Subj: North Dakota Names Landfill After Obama

> > North Dakota Names Landfill After Obama

> > The state of North Dakota has named a new publicly-owned landfill after President Barack Obama.
> > In an overwhelming 35-10 vote, the state Senate advanced a bill naming a 650-acre site currently under construction after the nation’s 44th president. Governor Jack Dalrymple is expected to sign the measure into law Tuesday.
> > When completed, the Barack Obama Memorial Landfill will be the largest waste disposal site in North Dakota, and the 17th largest in the United States. It will be especially rich in toxic waste from the local petroleum and medical industries.
> > “We wanted to do something to honor the president,” says Republican State Senator Doug Perlman, who was the lead sponsor of the bill. “And I think a pile of garbage is a fitting tribute to Obama’s presidency.
> > “We originally planned on naming it after a nearby mountain. But then someone jokingly suggested we name it after Obama. I never thought an idea like that would actually pass. But I was pleasantly surprised.”
> > The president is hardly popular in North Dakota. The most recent poll in December 2013 found that Obama has a 35% approval rating in the state, although that figure may have fallen further in the year since. Yet even considering the political climate, seasoned observers are surprised that two Democratic lawmakers voted for the bill’s passage.
> > “I supported Obama because I thought he would end the wars in the Middle East;” says Allison Mitchell, a progressive Democrat from Grand Forks. “But he decided to fight new wars abroad instead of fighting for single-payer health care and jobs here at home.
> > “I guess people expected me to oppose this landfill thing because I’m a Democrat. But honestly I don’t really care anymore. Maybe this small act of protest will wake him up.”
> > Ordinary citizens in the state also seem to approve of the government’s choice.
> > “I can’t think of a better name,” says Joe Blough, a plumber from Minot. “It’s darkly colored and it’s full of shit. That pretty much sums up Obama.”

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November 25, 2014

Putin to Obama your turning America into a >

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , — thearizonasentinel @ 10:28 am

Subject: Putin to Obama: You’re turning USA into godless sewer

Whenever I forward any report on President Putin and faith (see below), I fgenerally receive at least one de rigueur comment, something like: You don’t really think Putin is a sincere Christian, do you?
I have no answer for that, not one of my own.
But the Apostle Paul had a clear response for this kind of question 2 millennia ago:
Philippians 1:15-18 — 1. It is true that some preach Christ out of envy and rivalry, but others out of goodwill. 16. The latter do so out of love, knowing that I am put here for the defense of the gospel. 17. The former preach Christ out of selfish ambition, not sincerely, supposing that they can stir up trouble for me while I am in chains. 18. But what does it matter? The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is preached, and because of that I rejoice!
None of us know Putin’s true motives for gently pressuring the West to return to its Christian roots and oppose the perversion that tears at our national soul. True Christians are aware of this passage and don’t ask about Putin’s motives. They rejoice that Christ is preached and they give praise to God for his message!
Don Hank
PS: I did a Russian language search for this and could not find it anywhere. However, it is very similar to his remarks at the

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics_opinion_culture_society/2014/11/24/11-04-03am/russia_-_staunch_defender_christian_values?page=0%2C1&utm_source=Russia%20Insider%20Daily%20Headlines&utm_campaign=09704c8f9d-Russia_Insider_Daily_Headlines11_21_2014&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c626db089c-09704c8f9d-179866425&ct=t%28Russia_Insider_Daily_Headlines11_21_2014%29

Putin to Obama: You’re Turning the USA Into a Godless Sewer

· Putin warns the morally bankrupt West, of “slipping into chaotic darkness”

· Patriarch Kirill: “We want to shout to the whole world ‘STOP!'”

Barracuda Brigade

Putin has been very consistent on this – here with Russian patriarch in 2000…

This article originally appeared at Divine Freedom Radio

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Barracuda Brigade openly and without hesitation tips our hat to Vladimir Putin.

Sir, everything you said as recorded in this report, you’re right!

To America and the free world we say the following: either we get back to the faith and values that allowed us to prosper, or we’re toast.

At the height of the Cold War, it was common for American conservatives to label the officially atheist Soviet Union a “godless nation.”

The law on religious sensibilities was adopted in the wake of a protest in Moscow’s largest cathedral by a female punk rock group against the Orthodox Church’s support of Mr. Putin. Kremlin-run television said the group’s “demonic” protest was funded by “some Americans.”

More than two decades on, history has come full circle, as the Kremlin and its allies in the Russian Orthodox Church hurl the same allegation at the West.

“Many Euro-Atlantic countries have moved away from their roots, including Christian values,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a recent keynote speech.

“Policies are being pursued that place on the same level a multi-child family and a same-sex partnership, a faith in God and a belief in Satan. This is the path to degradation.”

In his state of the nation address in mid-December, Mr. Putin also portrayed Russia as a staunch defender of “traditional values” against what he depicted as the morally bankrupt West.

Social and religious conservatism, the former KGB officer insisted, is the only way to prevent the world from slipping into “chaotic darkness.”

As part of this defense of “Christian values,” Russia has adopted a law banning “homosexual propaganda” and another that makes it a criminal offense to “insult” the religious sensibilities of believers.

The law on religious sensibilities was adopted in the wake of a protest in Moscow’s largest cathedral by a female punk rock group against the Orthodox Church’s support of Mr. Putin. Kremlin-run television said the group’s “demonic” protest was funded by “some Americans.”

Mr. Putin’s views of the West were echoed this month by Patriarch Kirill I of Moscow, the leader of the Orthodox Church, who accused Western countries of engaging in the “spiritual disarmament” of their people.

In particular, Patriarch Kirill criticized laws in several European countries that prevent believers from displaying religious symbols, including crosses on necklaces, at work.

“The general political direction of the [Western political] elite bears, without doubt, an anti-Christian and anti-religious character,” the patriarch said in comments aired on state-controlled television.

“We have been through an epoch of atheism, and we know what it is to live without God,” Patriarch Kirill said. “We want to shout to the whole world, ‘Stop!’”

“The separation of the secular and the religious is a fatal mistake by the West,” the Rev. Chaplin said. “It is a monstrous phenomenon that has occurred only in Western civilization and will kill the West, both politically and morally.”

The Kremlin’s encouragement of traditional values has sparked a rise in Orthodox vigilantism. Fringe groups such as the Union of Orthodox Banner Bearers, an ultraconservative movement whose slogan is “Orthodoxy or Death,” are gaining prominence.

Patriarch Kirill has honored the group’s leader, openly anti-Semitic monarchist Leonid Simonovich, for his services to the Orthodox Church. The Banner Bearers, who dress in black paramilitary uniforms festooned with skulls, regularly confront gay and liberal activists on the streets of Moscow.

Although Mr. Putin has never made a secret of what he says is his deep Christian faith, his first decade in power was largely free of overtly religious rhetoric. Little or no attempt was made to impose a set of values on Russians or lecture to the West on morals.

However, since his inauguration for a third presidential term in May 2012, the increasingly authoritarian leader has sought to reach out to Russia’s conservative, xenophobic heartland for support.

It has proved a rich hunting ground.

“Western values, from liberalism to the recognition of the rights of sexual minorities, from Catholicism and Protestantism to comfortable jails for murderers, provoke in us suspicion, astonishment and alienation,” Yevgeny Bazhanov, rector of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s diplomatic academy, wrote in a recent essay.

Analysts suggest that Mr. Putin’s shift to ultraconservatism and anti-West rhetoric was triggered by mass protests against his rule that rocked Russia in 2011 and 2012. The unprecedented show of dissent was led mainly by educated, urban Muscovites — many with undisguised pro-Western sympathies.

“This is the government’s response to modernized Russians becoming more defiant and independent,” said Maria Lipman, an analyst with the Moscow-based Carnegie Center. “The government is pitting the conservative majority against the liberal minority. As a result, raging anti-Western ideology has now turned into something that is almost a state ideology.”

Ms. Lipman, however, suggested that Mr. Putin may be wary of expressing too much support for the Orthodox Church — “a symbol of Russian statehood” — lest it someday challenge his authority.

Some 70 percent of Russians define themselves as Orthodox Christians in opinion polls, and opposition figures in the past have called on the church to play a mediating role between the Kremlin and protesters.

“Because of Putin’s shift to conservatism, the church may feel more emboldened,” Ms. Lipman said. “So Putin does not overemphasize the church in speeches, preferring to concentrate on talk of traditional values. He is wary of boosting its support even higher.”

Pastor Lee S Gliddon Jr
God’s Word Christian Ministry
Conservative Patriot http://conpats.blogspot.com

November 20, 2014

The Cooking of Humanity,

Filed under: My Posts — Tags: , , , , , — thearizonasentinel @ 2:26 pm

We are running out of water, in America, why? Overpopulation due to illegal immigration!

Do the math: 50-60 million illegal aliens , using minimum of 20 gallons of water per day. You’ll wake up when your taps are dry!!!

FEW Resources.org

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Multiple Ways of Assessing Threats to Water: Supply-Side and Demand-Side Problems

Newsweek cover, 2010: echoing famous T. Boone Pickens quote
There are both supply-side threats and demand-side threats to water necessary to meet human needs; as T. Boone Pickens has been quoted as saying, “Water is the new oil”
One supply-side threat arises from instances in which we are withdrawing freshwater from surface water sources and groundwater aquifers at rates faster than replenishment or recharge
Another supply-side problem is that even if there is enough water, it is not water that is good enough to meet human needs; much of the world’s fresh water is being degraded
Still another supply-side problem is the fact that distinct from physical water scarcity, there is economic scarcity for the global poor
One demand-side concern arises from the fact of an increasing number of people on the planet
Another demand-side problem is that high-demand users sometimes are geographically concentrated in regions that cannot sustain demand levels
Still another demand-side problem arises from technologies that waste more water than alternative technologies
A fourth set of demand-side problems is that demand is often insufficiently restrained because of inadequate price mechanisms and outdated legal rules that set few limits on excessive use

For some detailed general news coverage of water issues, see the 2010 Newsweek story (cover shown in the graphic above), as well as a special issue of National Geographic Magazine in 2010 devoted to a wide range of water issues.
FAO Video: Water 101 – Global Water Scarcity Trends:
By 2025, 1.8 billion people will experience absolute water scarcity, and 2/3 of the world will be living under water-stressed conditions
Scarcity can take two forms: there is an important distinction drawn in this discussion between Physical Water Scarcity and Economic Water Scarcity
By 2030, almost half the world will live under conditions of high water stress

For a great source for more details regarding the causes and projected consequences of the global water crisis, see the UN Water’s 2011 Policy Brief.

Some Basics of Water Availability: Saltwater, Freshwater, Groundwater, and Surface Water

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One of the more frequently cited statistics in discussions of water availability is the fact that only around 2.5% of the Earth’s water is freshwater. The overwhelming amount of water is saline or salt water, mostly found in the oceans.

Of the 2.5% of freshwater available for the support of human life, agriculture, and most forms of non-ocean life, 30.1% is groundwater. Groundwater is the water stored deep beneath the Earth’s surface in underground aquifers. Another 68.6% of all freshwater is stored in glaciers and polar caps. That leaves only 1.3% of the total freshwater on Earth is in surface water sources such as lakes, rivers, and streams. But it is surface water humans and other species rely upon for their biological needs.

Even the bulk of surface water on Earth is found in snow and ice – approximately 73.1%. Surface water found in lakes, rivers and streams accounts for just over another 20%.

And yet, when we (humans) think about our needs for water we spend most of our time thinking about the surface water found in lakes and rivers and the vast watersheds within which they and their tributaries are found. It is on the basis of a consideration of such a narrow set of all freshwater resources that we plan the location of our cities, derive most of our drinking water, build waterways for transporting people and goods, pipe vast quantities very long distances for agricultural purposes (e.g., from Lake Mead to the California Central Valley), and worry most focally about whenever we do pause to worry about water pollution and water-related environmental degradation.

Graphic Source: Igor Shiklomanov’s chapter “World fresh water resources” in Peter H. Gleick (editor), 1993, Water in Crisis: A Guide to the World’s Fresh Water Resources (Oxford University Press, New York). A detailed discussion of these and many more elementary aspects of the hydrologic cycle can be found at the website for the US Geological Service, where this graphic was found.
Ground Water and Two Big Threats from the Disruption of the Hydrologic Cycle

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Groundwater is the hidden resource behind what is visible in any ordinary landscape. Groundwater located in shallow and deep aquifers feeds the lakes and streams. Rainwater infiltrates the subsoil and replenishes groundwater supplies. Just how much replenishment of aquifers within the normal operation of the hydrologic cycle depends on a number of variables. Some precipitation evaporates, especially under arid and hot conditions. Some water flows into streams and rivers but does not infiltrate deeply. It becomes runoff that moves directly into the ocean, taking a greater part of the available water from the hydrologic cycle that might have remained within the stock of available freshwater.

Two major sources of disruption of the hydrological cycle are warming produced by climate change and features of the “built environment” that induce more runoff.
When climate change results in hotter, more arid surface conditions it prevents both infiltration needed for replenishment of deep reserves and reduces the surface water available for immediate uses such as agriculture or filling reservoirs for drinking water.
Changes in the built environment, such as the creation of mass concentrations of “hardscape” – asphalt and concrete – as well as the destruction of watershed timberlands, marshes, and wetlands, ease the path for more rapid runoff such that more rainfall end up going straight to the sea.
FAO Map of Current Sites of Physical and Economic Water Scarcity

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Things are changing globally. On the one hand, there is good news. As the discusion below on the 7th Millenium Goal indicates, fewer people globally lack access to potable water than they did 30 years ago. Indeed, the percentage was cut in half. On the other hand, long term trends are not encouraging.
Among the important facts emphasized by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) are these two:
Water use has been growing at more than the rate twice of population increase in the last century.
By 2025, 1.8 Billion people will be living in countries or regions with absolute water scarcity, and two-thirds of the world population could be under stress conditions.
The map on your right and its included commentary tells a more complex story. For more information from the FAO’s collected research on the global status and usage patterns of water see the FAO’s Water webpage.

Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and UN-Water
Progress Toward Millennium Development Goal 7: halving the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation

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The most recent WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP) biennial report on the progress towards the drinking-water and sanitation target under Millennium Development Goal 7 – halving the proportion of the population without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation between 1990 and 2015 – . was met in 2010, five years ahead of schedule. However, an estimated 780 million still lacked safe drinking water in 2010, and the world is unlikely to meet the MDG sanitation target.

While there is much good news in this 2012 report, the fact remains that severe water stress affecting 1/3 of the world’s population is expected to double to 2/3 by 2025. (See FAO data above in their Water 101 video and the other trend projection maps above).
It’s Important to Know Where Rates of Use Will Exceed Rates of Recharge

Some key facts and projections are available from the UNWater.org webpage where important statistics and maps from various sources are collected:
Water withdrawals are predicted to increase by 50 percent by 2025 in developing countries, and 18 per cent in developed countries. (Source: Global Environment Outlook: environment for development (GEO-4) )
Over 1.4 billion people currently live in river basins where the use of water exceeds minimum recharge levels, leading to the desiccation of rivers and depletion of groundwater. (Source: Human Development Report 2006)
In 60 percent of European cities with more than 100,000 people, groundwater is being used at a faster rate than it can be replenished. (Source: World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBCSD))
The role of agriculture, both as a source of groundwater depletion due to water-intensity farming and animal husbandry techniques and as an object of special concern as water access becomes more difficult in some regions, will be an important part of the evolving global story about water resource supply and distribution.
Climate Change Will Disproportionately Affect Regions that Depend on Rainwater for Agriculture

The consensus is that there will be more or less the same aggregate available water resources in 2050 as there was in 2007, but there will be far more people on the planet. As the maps projecting through 2025 indicate, the reduced availability of freshwater for all uses will not be distributed equally across the globe.

The main areas to face greater losses are the Equatorial regions, which are already among the most water stressed areas. These areas tend to be the parts of the world most dependent on rainfall rather than irrigation as the basis for agriculture. Rain dependent agricultural areas are at much greater risk of crop failure. They are among the least productive farmlands in the world. According to the FAO, irrigation increases yields of most crops by 100 to 400 percent, and irrigated agriculture currently contributes to 40 percent of the world’s food production. The hottest, driest regions of the world, then, are already at a significant disadvantage in the efforts to meet their own food needs, but even as early as 2020, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts yields from rain-dependent agriculture could be down by 50 percent. (Source: Unwater.org).
Map of Projected Physical and Economic Water Scarcity in 2025

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Discussions of water scarcity, water stress, or other ways of accounting for future challenges are not as straightforward as they might appear. The distinction between economic and physical scarcity is one important factor to keep in mind. Here are some other important observations by Frank R. Rijsberman of the International Water Management Institute:
“What is water scarcity? When an individual does not have access to safe and affordable water to satisfy her or his needs for drinking, washing or their livelihoods we call that person water insecure. When a large number of people in an area are water insecure for a significant period of time, then we can call that area water scarce. It is important to note, however, that there is no commonly accepted definition of water scarcity. Whether an area qualifies as “water scarce” depends on, for instance: a) how people’s needs are defined – and whether the needs of the environment, the water for nature, are taken into account in that definition; b) what fraction of the resource is made available, or could be made available, to satisfy these needs; c) the temporal and spatial scales used to define scarcity.”

You can read his intriguing and illuminating paper, “Water Scarcity: Fact or Fiction?” from the website of the 4th International Crop Science Congress

Another Map Showing Additional Information Regarding Vulnerabilities

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The UN’s website on the global water outlook makes the following two claims:
“Water scarcity is among the main problems to be faced by many societies and the World in the XXIst century. Water use has been growing at more than twice the rate of population increase in the last century, and, although there is no global water scarcity as such, an increasing number of regions are chronically short of water.”
“Water scarcity is both a natural and a human-made phenomenon. There is enough freshwater on the planet for six billion people but it is distributed unevenly and too much of it is wasted, polluted and unsustainably managed.”

Source: Vital Water Graphics. UNEP
Global Trends in Groundwater Depletion

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A 2012 study of global groundwater depletion published in Nature demonstrates how some of the planet’s largest underground aquifers are now being depleted by irrigation and other uses faster than they can be replenished by rainwater. The Abstract of the paper, “Water balance of global aquifers revealed by groundwater footprint,” summarizes the key finding:

“Most assessments of global water resources have focused on surface water, but unsustainable depletion of groundwater has recently been documented on both regional and global scales. It remains unclear how the rate of global groundwater depletion compares to the rate of natural renewal and the supply needed to support ecosystems. Here we define the groundwater footprint (the area required to sustain groundwater use and groundwater-dependent ecosystem services) and show that humans are overexploiting groundwater in many large aquifers that are critical to agriculture, especially in Asia and North America. We estimate that the size of the global groundwater footprint is currently about 3.5 times the actual area of aquifers and that about 1.7 billion people live in areas where groundwater resources and/or groundwater-dependent ecosystems are under threat. That said, 80 per cent of aquifers have a groundwater footprint that is less than their area, meaning that the net global value is driven by a few heavily overexploited aquifers.”

The map compares the usage footprint in each of these key areas with the actual rainfall the aquifer gets. The orange and red areas are areas of overexploitation, while the blue areas show where there is more rainfall replenishment than water uptake by humans.
Where Does All the Water Go?

Our modern industrial system of agriculture poses still further challenges both because of its impact on our ability to meet our needs for freshwater and because it is in itself an increasingly carbon-intensive enterprise. The use of fertilizers and pesticides that has been largely responsible for the massive increase in yield per acre since WWII, but it requires far more water per acre than traditional forms of agriculture.

The FAO estimates that 70% of the world’s water is used for agricultural purposes. The graphic on the right shows that it takes approximately 15,000 litres of water to produce one kilogram of meat. That compares to approximately 1,500 litres to produce a kilogram of wheat. Approximately 3,000 litres per day are needed to satisfy a person’s daily nutritional needs – that estimate, of course, depends on the foods that are used to meet those needs.

One recent study suggests that in some places energy production may be overtaking agriculture as the primary user of water. Burning Our Rivers: The Water Footprint of Electricity, a 2012 report by River Network attempts to summarize what is known about the water footprint of various modes of electrical power production. Here are some of their findings in the US setting. One striking conclusion is that in the US “electricity production by coal, nuclear and natural gas power plants is the fastest-growing use of freshwater in the U.S., accounting for more than about ½ of all fresh, surface water withdrawals from rivers and lakes. This is more than any other economic sector, including agriculture.”
“VIrtual Water” Adjustments to National Per Capita Water Footprint Estimates

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A 2012 study by Hoekstra and Mekonnen takes a comprehensive look at the global water footprint (WF) by nations. It examines first the consumptive use of rainwater (green WF) and ground and surface water (blue WF) and volumes of water polluted (gray WF). Among the findings of the study, are estimates of the largest components of water consumption: e.g., “cereal products gives the largest contribution to the WF of the average consumer (27%), followed by meat (22%) and milk products (7%). The volume and pattern of consumption and the WF per ton of product of the products consumed are the main factors determining the WF of a consumer.”

But one of the key points made in the study is that the national average per capita WF can be estimated from both a production and consumption perspective. The difference lies in the fact that international “virtual water” flows are estimated based on trade in agricultural and industrial commodities. About one-fifth of the global WF involves production for export. The graphic from the paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), provides a spatial analysis of water consumption and pollution based on worldwide trade indicators, demographic data and water-usage statistics.

The significance of virtual water cannot be underemphasized. Some countries assessed from a water production perspective initially apear to use less water per capita, but that number increases once virtual water is included, for example the water consumed in one nation but “produced” in another nation and exported in the form of agricultural products. As the authors note, “The study illustrates the global dimension of water consumption and pollution by showing that several countries heavily rely on foreign water resources and that many countries have significant impacts on water consumption and pollution elsewhere.” So, for example, a significant amount of the water consumption that would show up in China’s column, if data are not adjusted to reflect the ultimate locus of consumption, shows up in the US column once the adjustment is made for virtual water. In effect, some countries “offshore” water overdraft and pollution by consuming products from international trade.
The Components of the Water Footprint and the Impact of Biofuels

The way we measure the water footprint of various crops depends on certain assumptions regarding what it actually means when we say some crop requires some amount of water. Not all agricultural uses of water are created equal. Some uses badly degrade the water while others do little or no enduring damage. A study of the impact on water from 12 biofuels reveals some significant differences among them.

The authors of the study draw an important set of distinctions among three types of water footprint (WF):

“The WF consists of 3 components: the green WF, the blue WF, and the gray WF. The green WF refers to rainwater that evaporated during production, mainly during crop growth. The blue WF refers to surface and groundwater for irrigation evaporated during crop growth. The gray WF is the volume of water that becomes polluted during production, defined as the amount of water needed to dilute pollutants discharged into the natural water system to the extent that the quality of the ambient water remains above agreed water quality standards.”

The chart from the paper appearing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows the comparative blue and green water impact of the major biofuels in global production. The results of the study are reported in cubic meters per giga-Joule of energy produced (m3/GJ). In more familiar terms, a liter of ethanol made from sugar beets uses “just” 1,400 litres of water, while rapeseed or soya required 14,000 liters of water to make just one liter of biodiesel.

Studies of US biofuel water footprints yield results in line with the global weighted averages reported in the National Academy study, but an important benchmark for comparison is how they stack up against biofuels grown in the US. For example, a 2010 study in Biofuels estimated the water requirements for various feedstocks range from approximately 500 to 2000 liters of water per liter of ethanol (corn-based) produced compared to approximately 1000 to 4000 liters of water for soybeans per ethanol-equivalent liter of biodiesel produced.

For purposes of comparison, The FAO estimates that on average globally it takes approximately 15,000 liters of water to produce one kilogram of meat. That compares to approximately 1,500 liters to produce a kilogram of wheat.

Water.org: A Source for Key Water Facts

Water.org is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing equitable access to safe water and sanitation throughout the developing world. Its featured projects span three continents from Haiti to Ethiopia to India, focusing on improving livelihoods for the poorest, most marginalized communities. These projects follow a time-tested formula based on community ownership, appropriate technology, and measurement of results. Of particular interest is the WaterCredit program, which seeks to utilize microfinance as a tool towards greater improvements in water and sanitation.

As an educational tool, Water.org provides an overarching analysis of water facts that outline the global crisis, including a more specific focus on the special status and considerations for women in affected societies. The website also boasts visually-striking breakdowns of water facts related to children, disease, and economics, among other topics. The site also provides a very useful list of other web resources.
Madison Powers
powersm@georgetown.edu
Updated 11/16/14

November 19, 2014

What in the world are they spraying. Justin Wallis

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links to water shortage issues around the world. Houston We have a problem!!

http://search.aol.com/aol/search?q=water%20shortage%20map%20red%20image&s_it=keyword_rollover&ie=UTF-8&VR=3430

November 18, 2014

Jonathan Gruber a hero of Reid,Obama,Pelosi,Romney,Kennedy,. But not the American People!

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Jonathan Gruber , smartest guy in the room, so says Reid, Obama , Pelosi,

Liar in Chief!

Nancy loves Jonathan Gruber, Really?

November 16, 2014

Gruber is right, the American voter was stupid, different story today!

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/11/14/despite-what-jonathan-gruber-said-romneycare-didnt-secretly-rip-off-medicaid/

Dr. Manning: We gave him everything:http://youtu.be/aoZjXDP7LHs

“It’s terrifying that the guy in his mom’s basement is finding his stuff, and nobody else is.”

That’s what Rich Weinstein, the previously anonymous investment advisor who scooped the universe by uncovering Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber’s unrivaled contempt for the American public, told Bloomberg when he was asked how it was possible for the media to overlook these bombshell comments.

But while it seems clear that the mainstream press had no interest in investigating Gruber, it is harder to believe that complex political operations were equally incurious about what this formerly vaunted health care policy wonk had to say about the law he helped craft.

Surely, Barack Obama’s political operatives were aware that Gruber spent much of his time on the speaking circuit denigrating the American people, and they must have been thrilled the press allowed them to dodge that bullet. By that same token, it’s more than likely that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s team of researchers were also keenly aware of the ticking time bomb that Gruber represented.

Analysts have long speculated that Romney probably chose not to hammer the issue of the Affordable Care Act during his ill-fated run for the White House because the health care reform law he signed as the Bay State’s governor was used as a model for Obamacare. In fact, Gruber himself ripped into Romney for his hypocrisy on that issue, as Avik Roy chronicled in 2011:

Gruber also had some unkind words for his former pupil, Mitt Romney. There’s “zero difference” between Romneycare and Obamacare, he told Pillifant. “This is, to my mind, the most blatantly obvious case of politics trumping policy I’ve ever seen in my life. Because this is an idea, that four or five years ago, Republicans were touting. A guy from the Heritage Foundation spoke at the bill signing in Massachusetts about how good this bill was.”

But, what about when Romney says his law is different from Obamacare? “The problem is there is no way to say that, because they’re the same f***ing bill. He just can’t have his cake and eat it too. Basically, you know, it’s the same bill. He can try to draw distinctions and stuff, but he’s just lying. The only big difference is he didn’t have to pay for his. Because the federal government paid for it. Where at the federal level, we have to pay for it, so we have to raise taxes.”
“I was a consultant to his administration,” Gruber said of Romney in a 2011 interview with MSNBC’s Al Sharpton. “I helped him in the early stages of shaping the bill. I then helped the legislature write the bill, and I was appointed by Governor Romney to the Connector board, the board that actually implemented the law in Massachusetts, starting in 2006.”

Romney, who occupied a near permanent seat on the Sunday morning talk programs in the last several weeks, has not been asked to confirm or deny his association with the presently toxic Gruber. Perhaps that is because there is not much for him to deny; Gruber’s work in crafting the Massachusetts health care reform law, much like Obamacare, is well-documented.

As Allahpundit has related extensively, the former governor and GOP presidential nominee has shown that he is carefully stewarding his status as party elder, and was perhaps even laying the groundwork for a third presidential bid.

“In the days after the election, a group of Romney supporters began circulating a memo that compared the success of his midterm endorsements with those made by Hillary Rodham Clinton, the front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination,” The Washington Post reported last week.

“WaPo also reports that the man himself made more than 80(!) phone calls on election night to Republican winners around the country to congratulate them on their victories,” Allahpundit observed. “Why would a man who’d campaigned tirelessly around the country for Republican candidates choose to call them instead of waiting for them to call him to say thanks?”

Sadly, the nascent 2016 Romney campaign may have been wrecked before it even got off the ground.

October 7, 2014

A unexpected reunion !

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September 26, 2014

Minutemen Reunion Event, Oct 17-19th

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We must close and secure our borders, ports, and international air terminals …
The next Governor of Arizona must step up.

Bruce

A reunion of the Minutemen (MCDC) is being planned. Details are still being formulated, but the following is what it looks like at the moment.

Dates: October 17-19.

Location: Camp Anvil on the Anvil Ranch (near Three Points, AZ)

Organizer/contact: JJ (928.273.1230 / jjinprescott@gmail.com )

As more details are available, I’ll forward them.

BTW: Please forward this your Minuteman friends as I may not have their up to date contact info.

Gene

From: arizonasentinel@aol.com [mailto:arizonasentinel@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2014 7:19 AM
To: gcafarelli@ccd-usa.com
Subject: Re: MINUTEMAN ALERT R.2 15Sep14

Gene , do you have your original post page announcing the reunion. I didn’t get this done , as I had to be on the road last weekend. I will have the notice posted on the site ,thearizonasentinel.com and will send to our entire list, former and non, minutemen members. I talked to JJ this morning. I am planning on being there Friday afternoon and Saturday.

Thanks

Bruce

—-original Message—–
From: Gene Cafarelli
To: Gene Cafarelli
Sent: Mon, Sep 15, 2014 8:32 am
Subject: MINUTEMAN ALERT R.2 15Sep14

Rev.2

1. The latest count of “confirmed” attendees is 33.

2. Activities? No night lines are planned. Some personnel may go out during the day to look for lay up areas, etc. The rest of us will be sitting around and sharing stories.

3. Food change: Friday’s dinner is now pork chops.

Gene

Rev.1

1. The reunion is a definite GO.

2. Info below (dates, location and contact info) is still correct and relevant.

3. FOOD: Hot breakfasts on 17, 18 and 19. Dinner cook out on 17 and 18. (Hot dogs, hamburgers, etc.).

4. As I get more info I’ll pass it on.

Gene

A reunion of the Minutemen (MCDC) is being planned. Details are still being formulated, but the following is what it looks like at the moment.

Dates: October 17-19.

Location: Camp Anvil on the Anvil Ranch (near Three Points, AZ)

Organizer/contact: JJ (928.273.1230 / jjinprescott@gmail.com )

As more details are available, I’ll forward them.

BTW: Please forward this to your Minuteman friends as I may not have their up to date contact info.

Gene

September 23, 2014

Islam , a dead idea of a Religion, the world of sanity will crush the insane!!

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September 18, 2014

If we could just erase the past 30+years. We could sure use another Ronald Reagan! I’ll bet he would never grant amnesty again!!

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September 8, 2014

Vladimir Putin on Muslims, what say you obama???

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Vladimir Putin’s speech -

On August 04, 2013, Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, addressed the Duma, (Russian Parliament), and gave a speech about the tensions with minorities in Russia:

In Russia, live like Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia, to work and eat in Russia, it should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws. If they prefer Sharia Law, and live the life of Muslim’s then we advise them to go to those places where that’s the state law. Russia does not need Muslim minorities. Minorities need Russia, and we will not grant them special privileges, or try to change our laws to fit their desires, no matter how loud they yell ‘discrimination’. We will not tolerate disrespect of our Russian culture. We better learn from the suicides of America, England, Holland and France, if we are to survive as a nation. The Muslims are taking over those countries and they will not take over Russia. The Russian customs and traditions are not compatible with the lack of culture or the primitive ways of Sharia Law and Muslims.
When this honourable legislative body thinks of creating new laws, it should have in mind the Russian national interest first, observing that the Muslims Minorities Are Not Russians.

The politicians in the Duma gave Putin a five minute standing ovation.

I think Australia has a similar position

So who was really behind 911? You decide!

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DYNAMITE !!!!!

“If the American people knew that ISRAEL was behind and planned 9/11, they would destroy ISRAEL OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH”

“THEY DID IT !”

(listen to this MARINE CORP VETERAN)
2-short videos

Date: Sun, Sep 7, 2014 at 8:03 AM
Subject: Who did 9-11?
To:

Who actually did 9-11?

The amount of evidence is tremendous, but no one in the government or the major media is saying anything about it, why?

Remember the 2 different vans, one loaded with explosives and driven by Israelis that were stopped that day, one on the George Washington Bridge. They were arrested, taken into custody, and then their release was ordered. A witness saw a van in a highrise parking deck, the occupants were videoing the towers falling, they were laughing and cheering, and the witness called the police. They were arrested, and then ordered to be released.

I distinctly remember the reports that these vans were stopped, and the occupants taken into custody, it was reported on the news, because everyone was in shock over what happened, and law enforcement was suspicious of everything and everyone. What I did not understand at the time was why they were ordered released within just a few hours, especially since atleast one van contained explosives.

Now one can dismiss these facts if they want to, but that will not make it go away, and at some point in time, when Americans can take no more, the truth will spread like wildfire.

It is time that everyone woke up! Watch these videos, or remain in the dark, and continue contributing to the lies and allowing those guilty to go on being protected!

Rene

August 27, 2014

Doug Ducey for Governor of Arizona

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https://www.dougducey.com/

August 18, 2014

Are you ready for the enevitable? Ann is warning you! This economy will implode,and soon!

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July 30, 2014

Being a muslim must be pure hell! Never a minutes peace!!

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On Friday May 9, 2014, Queen Beatrix of Holland attended an Orchestral Concert.
The Conductor, who just happens to be Muslim, then proceeded to give the Queen a lecture on the “beauty” of Islam.
Then the members of the Orchestra get up and walk out in protest!
Furthermore, he proceeds to tell the Queen there is no peace until all join Islam.

Praise God! It is great to see people with the courage to stand for their convictions!

Leaked Footage of 9/11. This fool Kerry wants to surrender to Hamas and all their Muslim counter parts. Demonstrations all over the world toward Isreal is due to the ignorant immigrations policies by all those countries. Tolerance is a death trap.

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2014/07/never-before-seen-footage-of-911-will-give-you-chills-video-3002104.html

July 20, 2014

The Catholic Church is a criminal enterprise,perverts in a robe!

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Pope Francis Found Guilty Of Child Trafficking, Rape, Murder

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Pope Francis Bergoglio, Getty ImagesYesterday defendants Pope Francis Bergoglio, Catholic Jesuit Superior General Adolfo Pachon and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby were found guilty of rape, torture, murder and trafficking of children. Five judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels determined that the crimes occurred as recently as 2010. Since last March over 48 eyewitnesses have come forward to testify before this ICLCJ Court about the defendants’ activities as members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult.

The Ninth Circle Satanic Cult was said to do child sacrifices at Roman Catholic cathedrals in Montreal, New York, Rome, Scotland, London, Carnarvon Castle in Wales, an undisclosed French Chateau in Holland and at Canadian Catholic and Anglican Indian residential schools in Kamloops, British Columbia and Brantford, Ontario Canada. The Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult was believed to use privately owned forest groves in the US, Canada, France and Holland for their “Human Hunting Parties” for global elites including members of European royal families. Teens were said to be obtained by the mafia, then stripped naked, raped, hunted down and killed. The Chief Prosecutor stated. “The Catholic Church is the world’s largest corporation and appears to be in collusion with the mafia, governments, police and courts worldwide.”

Two adolescent women told the ICLCJ Court that Pope Francis raped them while participating in child sacrifices. Eight other eyewitnesses confirmed their allegations of being witness to rape and child sacrifices. The Ninth Circle Satanic Cult were said to take place during the Springs of 2009 and 2010 in rural Holland and Belgium.

Pope Francis was also found to be a perpetrator in satanic child sacrifice rites while acting as an Argentine priest and Bishop according to a sealed document obtained from the Vatican archives. A second record dated Dec. 25 1967 called the Magisterial Privilege was said to show that every new Pope was required to participate in Ninth Circle Satanic Cult ritual sacrifices of newborn children, including drinking their blood. The documents were presented to the ICLCJ Court by a prominent Vatican official and a former Vatican Curia employee.

Last month an investigator for the Irish Garda Police Force testified before the five judges and 27 jury members that marks on the bones of nearly 796 children found in an Irish Roman Catholic Nun septic tank indicated they had been ritually killed. The witness testified that forensic experts had confirmed the decapitation and dismemberment of the babies in the mass grave resembled the usual signs of ritualistic murder or child sacrifice.

A BBC documentary exposed a fifty-year scandal of child trafficking by the Catholic church in Spain. Over 300,000 babies were stolen from their parents up to the 1990s. Mothers were told their babies died and were buried in mass graves. The Catholic Church was said to have made $20 billion dollars on the adoptions.

Another witness testified that they were present during Pope Francis’ meetings with the military Junta during Argentine’s 1970′s Dirty War. According to the witness, Pope Francis helped traffic 30,000 children of missing political prisoners into an international child exploitation ring run by an office at the Vatican.

An ABC News special hinted that the devil resided at the Vatican. “Documents from Vatican secret archives presented to court clearly indicate that for centuries the Jesuits had a premeditated plan to ritually murder kidnapped newborn babies and then consume their blood,” the ICLCJ Court Chief Prosecutor told the five international judges and 27 jury members. “The plan was born of a twisted notion to derive spiritual power from the lifeblood of the innocent, thereby assuring political stability of the Papacy in Rome. These acts are not only genocidal but systemic and institutionalized in nature. Since at least 1773, they appear to have been performed by the Roman Catholic Church, Jesuits and every Pope.”

An ongoing and permanent inquiry was organized to investigate and prosecute others involved in possible crimes uncovered at the ICLCJ Court. On September 1 2014 an inquiry was scheduled to begin entitled the Permanent Commission into Child Trafficking and Ritual Sacrifice. Further litigation was expected to follow.

The 48 eyewitnesses identified their perpetrators as Catholic Popes Francis Bergoglio, John Paul II and Joseph Ratzinger; Anglican, United Church of Canada and Catholic Church officials including Cardinals and Catholic Jesuit Superior General Adolfo Pachon; the UK’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and High Court Justice Judge Fulford; in the Netherlands: Dutch and Belgian cardinals and royals including Dutch Crown Prince Alfrink Bernhard, King Hendrick, consort to Queen Wilhelmina of Holland, Queen Beatrix, her father and vice-Roy, Prince Johan Friso and his wife Mabel Wisse Smit, former ministers, the top man of the Dutch army force and the under secretary of the Raad van State; officials of the Canadian, Australian, UK and US military and governments including the USA’s CIA, plus prominent government ministers, judges, politicians and businessmen of the US, Belgium, Holland, Canada, Australia, France, Ireland and the UK.

Arrest warrants on People v. Bergoglio et all were issued on July 19 2014. Court records would remain sealed for now according to yesterday’s ITCCS press release. The first ICLCJ Court regarded 50,000 missing Canadian native children and ended in Feb. 2013 guilty verdicts for 40 global elites including Queen Elizabeth.

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip were convicted in the disappearance of ten native children from the Kamloops residential school in British Columbia on October 10 1964. Parents haven’t seen their children since. The litigation also appeared to result in Pope Ratzinger’s resignation. Evidence from those cases could be found in Kevin Annett’s “Hidden No Longer“.

The ICLCJ International Court has over 450 Common Law Peace Officers in 13 countries, with 51 local chartered groups operating. Organizing funds were available for common law groups wishing to apply. To contact the ITCCS, ICLCJ Court in Brussels, its local affiliates, or to volunteer, email or call: itccscentral@gmail.com, hiddenfromhistory1@gmail.com, 386-323-5774 (USA) or 250-591-4573 (Canada).

About the Author
Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, retired, author of “Twenty Two Faces: Inside the Extraordinary Life of Jenny Hill and Her Twenty Two Multiple Personalities” (www.22faces.com) is a retired therapist, Public Speaker, Activist and investigative journalist whose articles on international child exploitation rings have been cited on hundreds of blogs and websites. The ex-Supervisor, Alberta Mental Health and Director Provo Family Counseling Center is the CEO of Child Abuse Recovery and Speakers Bureau (www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com). If you have news tips about child abuse issues please email Judy info@22faces.com. You are invited to sign our petition to Congress for an investigation of the CIA mind control of children by clicking here: http://www.change.org/petitions/us-congress-survivors-request-investigation-cia-mind-control-of-children

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