Russia has successfully tested a new, sea-based ballistic
missile from a nuclear submarine, officials have said. The Bulava
missile was launched from the White Sea off Russia’s
north-west coast. The intercontinental missile hit its target on
the Pacific Ocean peninsula of Kamchatka. Three earlier tests of
the weapon in recent years had failed. The sub-launched Bulava
ICBM has a range of 6200 miles and can penetrate any prospective
missile defense system. The weapon, capable of breaching
anti-missile defence systems, flew almost the whole length of the
country. US plans to build a missile defence shield in Europe
have angered Russia, which sees the proposal as a challenge to
its influence in the region. The Bulava is designed to have a
range of 10,000km (6,200 miles) and carry six individually
targeted nuclear warheads. Russian President Vladimir Putin has
described the missile as a key component of Moscow’s future
nuclear forces, saying it can penetrate any prospective missile
defence system.

BBC News


An outrageous example of occultism is the travelling
exhibition already viewed in museums by over twenty million
people, which is called Body Worlds. It is a grotesque and
macabre display of real human bodies that are preserved by a
plasticizing process. The shows include a man flipping over on a
skateboard, a flayed man holding his skin, and an eighth-month
pregnant woman and her foetus. All are real corpses and body
parts - about twenty in all. It is a sick world!

Milwaukee Journal
Steve Schultze


U.S. Air Force Lt. General Gary North announced the planned
deployment of a new attack bomber, which is a pilotless drone.
The planes will be remotely controlled from a console 7,000 miles
away in Nevada. The planes are classified as hunter-killers and
are equipped with infrared, laser targeting, and a ton and a half
guided bombs and missiles. The name given to these planes is the
MQ-9 Reaper. The dimensions of the MQ-9 Reaper reveal occult
designing. The plane is exactly 36 feet long, (6x6=36), and all
numbers from 1 through 36 inclusive total 666. The wingspan is
also 66 feet. The planes are armed with missiles named Hellfire
by our Air Force. A 400,000 square foot facility is being built
just fifty miles north of Baghdad to accommodate these grim

Associated Press,
by Charles J. Hanley, Iraq.


Christians are outraged as Hollywood’s hottest comedy
spoof on the Ten Commandments portrays Jesus Christ deflowering a
sexy virgin. The Ten Movie has been rated R for pervasive strong,
crude sexual content, language and some drug material, and stars
Jessica Alba, Winona Ryder, Gretchen Mol and Liev Schreiber among
others. The movie features ten separate stories, each inspired by
one of the Ten Commandments from the Holy Bible. "If
you’ve ever stopped yourself from murdering someone, then
you yourself have been following the Ten Commandments without
even knowing it," clowns director David Wain on the
film’s website.

One storyline has Gretchen Mol playing a virtuous librarian
"who has a sexual awakening in Mexico with a swarthy
local" who is really Jesus, according to Wain. Dr. Ted
Baehr, chairman of the Christian Film and Television Commission,
which publishes MovieGuide, said, "This is going to be a
very negative attack on faith and values. It’s very sad
society has descended into this attack mode." Baehr is aware
the film is a comedy, but says, "In the old film code, you
couldn’t defame anyone’s religion." Baehr
commented that Adam Sandler’s latest comedy, "I Now
Pronounce You Chuck & Larry" has much more of a negative
impact than what he expects from "The Ten." He called
it "one of the most blatant politically correct,
anti-Christian movies of the year. Promoting itself as a comedy
about two straight fireman who get married in order to receive
better pension benefits, the movie is nothing more than anti-
Christian, pro-homosexual propaganda that attacks the
traditional, Judeo- Christian moral values of American

Joe Kovacs
© 2007