Friday, February 24, 2012


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

Holy Shroud of Turin

Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link

AVE MARIA - by Helene Fischer - video ~ link
AVE MARIA by Katherine Jenkins - video ~ link 
AVE MARIA by Mirusia Louwerse - video ~ link
Orthodox Cherubim Hymn - video ~ link 

Israeli police clash with Palestinians at Temple Mount ~ link ~ It is always a bad sign when something violent happens there.  The World's most sensitive bit of real estate, sacred to Christians, Jews, and Muslims.   Stirling    

JERUSALEM: Israeli police clashed with hundreds of Palestinians throwing rocks after Muslim prayers at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site on Friday.

Violence has repeatedly erupted in the past at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, which sits atop the remains of the two biblical Jewish temples. It is the most sacred site in Judaism and is Islam's third-holiest site. The shrine looms large in the rival narratives of Israelis and Palestinians, and any perceived attempt to change the delicate division of control there quickly sets off protests.

Israel: Messianic Settlers provoke violence and seek Final Day of Reckoning on Temple Mount ~ link ~ It appears that a growing band of Israeli messianic settlers have banded together to orchestrate a crisis on the Temple Mount. Their ultimate goal seems to be taking Jewish control over the sacred ground, including two of the holiest sites in Islam, the Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque.

For many years, there have been radical settler groups preparing for such a day.  Ateret Cohanim maintains a yeshiva which is training priests to resume the Temple rituals including animal sacrifice.  

The settlers know that for Jews to rebuild the Temple would mean a holy war in the Holy Land that would likely dwarf the Crusades for passion and bloodletting.  For these Jews, such an eventuality would bring the days of the coming of the Messiah closer, thus making the human suffering not just acceptable, but even desirable.

11 Police and 15 Palestinians injured in Temple Mount riot ~ link ~ link 

The Death of Pakistan-American Relations ~ link ~ America has a long history of bribing the very corrupt Pakistan government and armed forces.  However, there is a point where even many corrupt people will draw the line.  America crossed that line some time ago in Pakistan and for all effective purposes the Paks hate the pro-globalist and pro-Israeli and pro-Indian American government.  They have said that they will defend Iran if it is attacked, and they do have nukes to back up their words.  Stirling      

Pakistan-American relations lie in uncharted territories. Rumblings from both capitals suggest that the two long-time allies are on the verge of a historic rupture – possibly heralding a seismic shift in America’s foreign policy in the Persian Gulf and ushering in a realignment of allegiances in the region. 

Is Big Pharma behind push to release critical details about H5N1 'supervirus' ~ link ~ There are few industries in this World that have deliberately killed as many people as Big Pharma!   Stirling      

For the past several months, there has been an ongoing debate about whether or not to publish controversial research about a new militarized and highly-virulent strain of H5N1 avian flu capable of spreading between mammals, including between humans. The U.S. National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) holds the position that certain details about how the virus was created should be withheld from publishing, while various others in the scientific community, many of which appear to work for vaccine interests, are demanding full disclosure.

Problem - Reaction - Solution: Militarized H5N1 could generate billions of dollars for vaccine industry while killing off billions of people.


Chinese outbreak similar to the SARS epidemic in Taiwan DOH emergency confirmation ~ link 


Mutated SARS in China or Novel H5N1? ~ link  


15 Ways politics steals our energy ~ linkActually, when looking at politics as a drain on society, it becomes rather easy to conclude that we may be indeed wasting our greatest potential for societal progress in this endless game of ego satiation and public parade. Furthermore, it appears that the hidden costs of our political efforts have been quite vast, and have had many detrimental effects to our collective psyche and identity.


Gasoline prices are not rising, the dollar is falling ~ link ~ I have watched the dollar/gasoline link for years and usually there is a strong connection because the oil business is global in nature.  Stirling 

In terms of judging whether the price of WTI is high or low, here is the price that truly matters: 0.0602 ounces of gold per barrel (which can be written as Au0.0602/bbl). What this number means is that, right now, a barrel of WTI has the same market value as 0.0602 ounces of gold.


Remove your Google Search History before it is too late ~ link ~ On March 1st, Google will implement its new, unified privacy policy, which will affect data Google has collected on you prior to March 1st as well as data it collects on you in the future. Until now, your Google Web History (your Google searches and sites visited) was cordoned off from Google’s other products. This protection was especially important because search data can reveal particularly sensitive information about you, including facts about your location, interests, age, sexual orientation, religion, health concerns, and more. If you want to keep Google from combining your Web History with the data they have gathered about you in their other products, such as YouTube or Google Plus, you may want to remove all items from your Web History and stop your Web History from being recorded in the future.

Americans abandon International Law: 70% Approve Guantanamo ~ link ~ Whether they realize it or not, Americans are increasingly embracing policies that undermine the international rule of law, with self-identified liberals, in particular, seemingly reversing their positions on matters such as the Guantanamo prison camp, extrajudicial assassinations and arbitrary detention.

While just six years ago the U.S. public ranked among the world’s most enthusiastic supporters of international law (falling just behind the Germans and the Chinese in global surveys), it now appears that vast majorities of Americans reject the applicability of international law when it comes to the actions of the U.S. government in the “global war on terror.”

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