Monthly Archives: December 2013

Earthquake destroys highway near US-Mexico border

The Extinction Protocol

December 31, 2013MEXICOAn unusually large number of high-profile earthquakes sprung up across the globe over the weekend, causing extensive damage to a roadway in Mexico and leaving residents shaken in southern Europe, Egypt and the U.S. Saturday, an earthquake near the Mexico – U.S. border collapsed chunks of this 300-yard stretch of highway. “The road is about 60 miles south of Tijuana. It passes over geological fault. The earthquake ranged in magnitude from 1.3 to 4.3.” There were surprisingly no injuries, but one truck driver hauling 36 tons of cement had to wait hours before being pulled to safety. Also Saturday, a 5.8 magnitude earthquake reportedly hit the Mediterranean Sea, shaking nearby Turkey, Cyprus and Egypt. That was followed by a 4.9 magnitude earthquake nearly 1,500 miles away around Naples, Italy early Sunday morning. Residents reportedly slept in their cars in fear of aftershocks that might…

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Fundamentals For Changing The World



Moving into 2014 I thought it relevant to bring some thoughts on how each of us might participate in our lives in a way that enhances our expression from wholeness.  Something that is now vitally important to the changing world that we inhabit.

The fundamentals below could also be said to be relevant for exposing and evolving our unique expression without fear in each moment of this gift of life we have been given.  For what is life if not the most precious gift possible that needs to be shared fully and extravagantly with the world in service and love.

My comments are below the quotes from Gandhi.

Gandhi’s Top 10 Fundamentals for Changing the World:

1. Change
You must be the change you want to see in the world.”
“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world – that is…

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Volgograd blasts: Second suicide bomb hits Russian city

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At least 14 people have been killed in a suicide bombing on a trolleybus in the Russian city of Volgograd, investigators say.

The blast comes a day after 17 people died in another suicide attack at the central station in the city.

Security has been tightened at railway stations and airports across Russia.

Moscow is concerned that militants could be ramping up violence in the run-up to the 2014 winter Olympic Games in the city of Sochi in February.

The Olympics venue is close to Russia’s volatile north Caucasus region, and the BBC’s Moscow correspondent Daniel Sandford says it was always risky staging the Games so near to the troubled republics of Chechnya and Dagestan.

These bombs have been a brutal reminder of that, he says.

In a statement, Russia’s foreign ministry did not blame any particular group but called for international solidarity in the fight against “an insidious…

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“The Globalization of California” conference in LA

The PPJ Gazette

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To Register for the West Coast Globalization Conference on January 12th in Los Angeles contact:

American Freedom Alliance office at 310-444-3085

Featured Speakers: 

  • Patrick Wood,
  • Debbie Baccigalupi,
  • Heather Gass,
  • Michael Shaw,
  • Matt Grocott,
  • Mike Munzing

Website with location is:

The hotel is at the 405 and Sunset Blvd. It will be a good venue

Admission is $60 for the whole day conference


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Egypt Arrests Al-Jazeera Journalists After Alleged Muslim Brotherhood Meetings


Egyptian police arrested four journalists working for the broadcaster Al-Jazeera in Cairo on Sunday evening. The interior ministry alleged that the journalists had held illegal meetings with the Muslim Brotherhood, which was officially labeled by the interim cabinet as a terrorist group on Dec. 25, reports the BBC. It also accused the Al-Jazeera journalists of broadcasting news that were “damaging national security.”

The reporters in custody are correspondent Peter Greste, producers Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed and cameraman Mohamed Fawzy.

The army ousted the former Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi in July. Since then there have been clashes between pro-Morsi protesters and security forces.

Conditions have also reportedly deteriorated for journalists since Morsi’s removal, say human rights groups. New York-based Advocacy-group the Committee to Protect Journalists issued a report on Monday stating that Egypt was one of the deadliest countries in the world for journalists to work in. Al-Jazeera…

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Humanitarian crisis in the making in CAR