"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Signs of the Times....

Signs of the Times.... 


The latest madness from the modern world...

Hurricane Ophelia turns sun ominous red and sky yellow in UK and Ireland

The sky above Britain turned yellow today after a red sun was created by fatal Hurricane Ophelia. The gales pulled Saharan dust north to the UK to create a blanket of orange cloud, with the deadly storms also bringing powerful 80mph winds – killing three people. The layer of thick dust brought an eerie glow across the sky and turned the sun red as Hurricane Ophelia killer winds picked up dust and debris southern Europe and Africa.

As well as sparking fears of an apocalypse, there were health concerns this afternoon as the thick blanket of dust swirling in the sky posed a risk to people with breathing difficulties and the elderly. Met Office forecaster Grahame Madge said: “It’s all connected with Ophelia, on the eastern side of the low-pressure system air is coming up in the southern direction. “Air is being pulled from southern Europe and Africa and that air contains a lot of dust. READ MORE

Arrest warrant: Mother put children in oven, turned it on

WARNING: This story contains graphic details that many readers will find disturbing. Reader discretion is strongly advised.
ATLANTA -- An Atlanta mother accused of killing her two young sons put them in an oven and turned it on, according to an arrest warrant.
Authorities said that Lamora Williams called police Friday night, Oct. 13, and said her children were dead.
Authorities arrived and found the bodies of 1-year-old son Ja’Karter Penn and 2-year-old Ke-Yaunte Penn.
A third boy, 3-year-old Jameel Penn Jr., was also found. He was unharmed.

The father of all three children, Jameel Penn, says Williams called him to tell him that his children were dead.
The mother told police that she left the three children with her cousin for nearly 12 hours. When police arrived, the cousin was nowhere to be found. Authorities now believe that Williams left the children home alone.

According to the arrest warrant, the crimes happened between midnight Oct. 12 and 11 p.m. Oct. 13 -- a span of nearly two days.
Williams is charged with two counts of murder as well as cruelty to children in the first degree. She waived her first court appearance on Monday and was denied bond.

Transgender ‘Barbie’ Spends a Million Dollars on Plastic Surgery

Transgender ‘Barbie’ Spends a Million Dollars on Plastic Surgery
A million dollar makeover turned an outcast into a showstopping Barbie doll. Nikki Exotika, a 35-year-old transgender woman from Hoboken, New Jersey, has wanted to look like her buxom icon since she was 4. Exotika, whose given name is Jason Torres, was obsessed with playing with dolls as a child and felt like a girl trapped in a boy’s body for as long as she can remember.
“I would always sit down when I went to the bathroom, I never stood up, it felt like I was born with the wrong genitals even at that age,” Exotika told Caters. “I was confused and ashamed. I didn’t know what was wrong with me. Back then I had no knowledge of being trans and it was a secret I kept from everyone,” she added. Exotika was bullied in school but didn’t let the name calling or regular beatdowns get in the way of her dream of becoming a real-life Barbie. READ MORE

Air Force punishes colonel who refused to affirm gay marriage

Air Force punishes colonel who refused to affirm gay marriage
(By Todd Starnes) The Air Force has punished a highly-decorated and respected colonel after he refused to publicly affirm the same-sex spouse of a retiring subordinate. Col. Leland Bohannon, who was on the verge of being promoted to a one-star general, was suspended from command and orders were handed down recommending he not be promoted. “His career is likely over and he will likely have to retire as a colonel instead of as a general,” First Liberty Institute attorney Michael Berry told the Todd Starnes Show.
First Liberty Institute, one of the nation’s most prominent religious liberty law firms, is representing the distinguished military officer. “This sends a clear message – if you do not have the politically correct viewpoint, you are not welcome in the military,” Berry said. “The military is no longer a place of diversity and inclusion if you are a person who holds to a traditional belief on marriage.” The Air Force did not respond to interview requests. READ MORE

7-Eleven Patron Busted In Nacho Cheese Attack

A Florida woman is facing a battery charge after allegedly throwing a “cup full of hot nacho cheese” at a 7-Eleven worker with whom the accused had quarreled, police report. When officers arrived at the Melbourne convenience store Thursday around 1 AM, they found store clerk Ann Marie Laflamme with “yellow nacho cheese on her hands, her foot, and on the floor behind the register.”
According to a Melbourne Police Department report, customer Stephanie Hicks, 31, threw the nacho cheese and a sandwich at Laflamme after a dispute over the hot cheese dispenser. Laflamme told cops that she had asked Hicks not to open the dispenser, a request that left Hicks irate and resulted in the patron calling the worker “several names.”
When Hicks sought to pay for her food, Laflamme refused her service. Hicks, cops allege, responded by striking Laflamme with the hot nacho cheese and the sandwich.
While waiting for police to respond to the 7-Eleven, Hicks told Laflamme, “The customer is always right.”
Hicks, who complained that the clerk “started to have an attitude with her,” was arrested for misdemeanor battery for “willfully and intentionally throwing hot cheese and a sandwich at Laflamme with the intent to cause her harm.” Seen above, Hicks was booked into the Brevard County jail, from which she was released after a day behind bars.
The nacho cheese attack--which was recorded by a store security camera--apparently did not result in injuries to the 7-Eleven worker. (2 pages)