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RUSSIA’S VACUUM BOMB

Russia has announced the test of the world’s most
powerful vacuum bomb. "Test results of the new airborne
weapon have shown that its efficiency and power is commensurate
with a nuclear weapon,"
Alexander Rukshin, Deputy Head
of Russia’s Armed Force Chief of Staff, told Russia’s
ORT First Channel television.

"You will now see it in action, the bomb which has no
match in the world is being tested at a military site",

the report said. It showed a Tupolev Tu- 160 strategic bomber
dropping the bomb over a testing ground. A large explosion
followed. A vacuum bomb, or fuel-air explosive, causes widespread
devastation. A typical bomb of that type is dropped or fired, the
first explosive charge bursts open the container at a
predetermined height and disperses the fuel in a cloud that mixes
with oxygen. A second charge ignites the cloud, which can engulf
objects or buildings. "At the same time, I want to
stress that the action of this weapon does not contaminate the
environment, in contrast to a nuclear one".

Reuters 2007

GERMANY SANCTIONS FATHER-DAUGHTER
PEDOPHILIA

Booklets from a subsidiary of the German Governments’
Ministry for Family Affairs encourage parents to sexually massage
their children as young as 1 to 3 years of age. Two 40- page
booklets entitled ‘Love, Body and Playing
Doctor’
by the German Federal Health Education Center
(Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung - BZgA)
are aimed at parents - the first addressing children from 1-3 and
the other children from 4- 6 years of age.

"Fathers do not devote enough attention to the
clitoris and vagina of their daughters. Their caresses too seldom
pertain to these regions, while this is the only way the girls
can develop a sense of pride in their sex",
reads the
booklet regarding 1-3 year olds. The authors rationalize,
"The child touches all parts of their father’s
body, sometimes arousing him. The father should do the
same".

Canadian author and public speaker Michael O’Brien, who
has written and spoken extensively about the crisis of culture in
the West brought this report to LifeSiteNews.

Berlin 2007 by John Henry
Westen
(lifesitenews.com)

BOOKSHOP MANAGER MURDERED

Rami Ayyad, manager of the Bible Society’s bookshop in
Gaza City, has been abducted and murdered. Now supporters are
being urged to pray urgently for his family and colleagues. Mr
Ayyad was kidnapped near his home in Gaza City on a Saturday. His
body was found on the Sunday morning, elsewhere in the city. He
leaves a widow, Pauline, and two children.

Bible Society staff in Palestine are also in shock at the
death of their colleague. Labib Madanat, Chief Executive of the
Palestinian Bible Society, said, "Rami was the most
gentle member of the team, the eversmiling one. He was the face
of our Bible shop, always receiving visitors as Jesus would. We
know that he was martyred for his faith in Christ. Bible Society
staff in Gaza work against a backdrop of continuing violence and
conflict".

"MUMS & DADS" BANNED

What started out as a prediction less than one year ago has
become a reality thanks to California’s lawmakers and
liberal Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

In December 2006, author and political consultant Nathan Tabor
wrote a story about the words "mum" and "dad"
being banned in the United Kingdom. The British law prohibits
nurses and hospitals from using the terms "mum",
"dad", "wife", "husband", or
"married". "As part of Britain’s
National Health Service’s new, politically correct policy
guide, use of the above terms is considered homophobic and
therefore requires anti-homophobic rules for their health care
workers. Therefore, words such as mum and dad are
banned",
Tabor quoted a reporter from England’s
Daily Mail as saying.

Tabor ended his story about Britain’s path to political
correctness by stating, "If Americans think these activities
are peculiar to the United Kingdom, they better think
again". Surprisingly, it’s taken less than a year for
this politically-correct insanity to reach the United Kingdom.
"I knew it would happen; I just didn’t suspect it
would happen this quickly"
, said political consultant
Michael Baker.

Jim Kouri Oct 2007
NewsWithViews.com