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Messenger: bredren aaron Sent: 8/11/2010 9:25:02 AM
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A glacier 4 times the size of manhattan broke off of Greenland. The glacier is to be 100 square miles big and is drifting towards Ellsemere Island in Canada and could possibly destroy more oil platforms in it's way,scientists say it would take about two years to do. With the floods in Asia the heat and fires in Russia scientists are saying this summer's weather has been of Biblical portion. Haile Selassie opened the seven seals and started Revelations. InI think if scientists want answers of why this is happening they should do more research of what is written in scripture. Seek and ye shall find.


Messenger: bredren aaron Sent: 8/11/2010 9:35:57 AM
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Revelations chp 18vs18;And cried when they saw the smoke of her burning,saying,What city is like unto this great city! vs21; And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone,and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down,and shall be found no more at all.



Messenger: Eleazar Sent: 8/15/2010 3:27:10 PM
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There has been severe flooding in Niger and Pakistan.


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Pakistan calls for greater support for flood-hit people

ISLAMABAD, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- The Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari Sunday called for greater international support and assistance to cope with the gigantic task of relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims and mega programme of reconstruction of the property and infrastructure damaged by the deadly floods.

In a meeting with the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the president said that the challenge was so huge for any government or party to undertake on its own and added that it could be faced only with the rigorous efforts of the people of Pakistan, Pakistani community living abroad and the support and assistance of the international community and donor agencies.

Briefing the media about the meeting, spokesperson to the president Farhatullah Babar said that the president briefed the UN Secretary General about the colossal damage to life, property, livestock and infrastructure as a result of the unprecedented floods in the history of Pakistan.

The spokesperson said that the president informed the Secretary General that 71 districts throughout the country had been hit by floods. Nearly 1400 people have been killed, over 720,000 housed destroyed and over 1.2 million people adversely affected.

The extent of total damage to life, property, cattle head and infrastructure may be far more than what initial estimates suggested, the president said.

Zardari said that the government and people of Pakistan are thankful to the UN for immediately appealing to the world community for nearly 460 million U.S. dollars in emergency aid.

Ban Ki-Moon expressed grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives and massive destruction of infrastructure and property in the floods in Pakistan. He said that UN would stand by the government and people of Pakistan in these critical times. He pledged continued support and assistance of the UN for the humanitarian relief and rehabilitation of the flood victims.

The spokesperson said that after meeting at the Presidency, Zardari and UN Secretary General together left for visit of the flood affected areas.
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Messenger: Eleazar Sent: 8/15/2010 3:36:36 PM
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Niger hunger 'worse than 2005'
Floods in Niamey, Niger - 6 August 2010 After a prolonged drought, heavy rains have now caused flooding and displaced thousands

Niger is now facing the worst hunger crisis in its history, the UN's World Food Programme says, with almost half the population - or 7.3 million people - in desperate need of food.

A WFP spokesman said villagers in Niger described the situation as worse than 2005, when thousands died of hunger.

After a prolonged drought, heavy rains have now hit parts of the country, killing at least six people.

The WFP says 17% of children, or one in five, are acutely malnourished.

The figure - based on national surveys in May and June - is well above the WFP's normal 15% threshold for declaring an emergency.

It is appealing for $213m (136m) in aid, but is still 40% short of its target, a spokesman said.
'Famine situation'

The charity Helen Keller International (HKI) has accused the international community of failing to respond effectively to repeated appeals for help for Niger.

HKI's Africa director, Shawn Baker, told the BBC that tens of thousands of children would die unless more aid is pledged.

"Famine is a very loaded word," he said, "but I think if you look in terms of the number of children affected, the way the livestock have been decimated, and the population movements that were seen earlier in the year, you certainly could consider a famine situation."

He said the government of Niger was doing all it could.

The UN said more than 67,000 people lost their homes after severe rains in the past week.

The River Niger - the third largest in Africa - reached its highest level for 80 years, said the regional river authority, the ABN.

But the rains came too late to rescue this year's crops, which have already failed.

"This year was a double whammy," Christy Collins of the aid agency Mercy Corps told the Associated Press news agency.

In most years, even if the country's primary crop fail, at least the secondary crops survive, she explained.

This year there was so little rain during the growing season that not only did the fields of millet not bloom, but the secondary greens used for animal fodder also failed.

Not only are many villagers going short of food, but their livestock - their only asset - have died off.
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Messenger: Black Christ Salvation Sent: 8/15/2010 8:29:50 PM
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Jugdement inna the Earth!!

Most High Haile I Selassie I JAH Ras Tafari got the whole world in his hands!




First Ancient King of Creation!
King Alpha and Queen Omega, First with out last, Beginning with out end



O thou Most High God JAH RASTAFARI..Keep and sanctify InI all


Messenger: Eleazar Sent: 8/15/2010 9:20:58 PM
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JAH got the whole Earth and Universe in His Hands

Blessed be the Most High King Emmanuel 7th AdonI God JAH RasTafarI


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