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  1. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Bawg Nujtxeeg - World Pauslistiv   


    ...THE WORLD POLITICS...
    LUB TSWV YIM...MESKAS YUAV TXO
    NORTH KOREA LUB ZOG NTAWD ...ICBM THREATS...
     

    It’s time to deploy US ships off North Korea
    to knock out missiles when they’re launched
    By Michael Fabey, Fox News
    October 14, 2017
     
    North Korea renewed its threat Friday to fire ballistic missiles in the direction of the American territory of Guam, following ominous earlier threats by the rogue regime to launch missiles topped with hydrogen bombs to wipe out cities on the continental United States.
    We need to be prepared to defend against new North Korean missile launches – and there is a way to do this short of full-scale war. 
    One U.S. military option would be to deploy a special team of two or three guided-missile destroyers – ships especially equipped to target, track and shoot down ballistic missiles – to strategic locations off the North Korean coastline. The ships would be positioned outside the 12-mile internationally recognized maritime territorial limit, or at other locations that intelligence indicates would be effective.
    Sources intimately familiar with the operations and deployments of those destroyers – and the vast capabilities of their top-secret ballistic missile defense systems – tell me such a plan could work. They say a similar strategy is one of the military options being considered at the Pentagon and at U.S. Pacific Command headquarters in Hawaii. At the very least, this action would increase the costs to North Korea of continuing its missile program.
    Erecting what amounts to a destroyer “fence” to contain North Korean missiles and knock them out of the sky might seem like a farfetched scheme. Can a handful of small warships really perform such a huge task?
    America’s ballistic missile defense warships are outfitted with systems and weapons that have been proven in rigorous testing, including SM-3 missile interceptors. Since 2002, the Aegis combat system – a powerful weapons system used by the U.S. Navy that utilizes computer and radar technology to find, track and destroy enemy targets – has recorded 35 successful ballistic-missile intercepts in 42 test attempts. And in the last dozen tests, the SM-3s have only missed once.
    While U.S. tests of our missile defense system are admittedly choreographed, the characteristics of a targeted ballistic missile in a test situation closely match those of a missile that has been deployed with bad intentions.
    Nearly all of the tests pit a single U.S. missile interceptor against a single ballistic missile. Against an actual launch, the Navy could send up numerous interceptors, dramatically increasing its chances for a hit.
    Up to now, North Korea has failed to prove it has the capability to launch and control a sufficiently large salvo of missiles to overwhelm a single Aegis ballistic missile defense ship, let alone two or three. Some experts speculate that North Korea, slowed as it is by international economic sanctions, might not develop that capacity until near the end of the decade or beyond.
    The U.S. missile destroyers that could be formed into a team and used to knock down North Korean missiles overhead would be those outfitted with the latest version of the four-decades-old Aegis combat system. The newest series of upgrades was certified in January 2015.
    All U. S. Navy destroyers and cruisers possess Aegis combat systems, which were first developed to protect ships – especially aircraft carriers – against air threats such as cruise missiles and aircraft.
    However, ballistic missile defense requires different sensor settings, algorithms and missiles. Only 40 percent of the U.S. Navy’s Aegis-equipped destroyers and cruisers are designed for ballistic missile defense.
    The ballistic missile defense ships depend on SM-3 missile interceptors to blow apart enemy ballistic missiles relatively soon after they enter what’s called flight midcourse, at their most vulnerable point where the atmosphere ends. This starts about 400 miles above the Earth’s surface and extends out to a few thousand miles.
    SM-3s have no explosive warhead. Instead they work through sheer force, colliding with the targeted missile with the power of a 10-ton truck traveling 600 miles per hour. For very short-range missiles, SM-2 interceptors can potentially be used. New interceptors, called SM-6s, are being tested that are designed to hit longer-range ballistic missiles later in flight as they descend and re-enter the atmosphere.
    Every ballistic missile defense destroyer has the capacity to launch up to 96 missiles. Each ship would have to retain some Aegis capacity for self-defense and that missile number would depend on the mission.
    For argument’s sake, assume a destroyer making up part of the “fence” could kuv phem 80 interceptors at a launched North Korean missile. That would mean two ships could unleash a fusillade of 160 missiles and three ships could fire 240. If North Korea were to triple its single-day launch rate, which with sanctions seems extremely difficult, it could possibly send a dozen missiles aloft. In that case, the odds still favor the Aegis interceptors.
    Recently North Korea has focused mainly on short- and medium-range missile tests. The North has yet to prove it can launch an intercontinental ballistic missile armed with a payload that can reach the United States, despite its boasts.
    If Pyongyang does deploy such missiles and they break though the fence created by U.S. ships and head toward America, the U.S. Air Force could meet them with a total of 36 ground-based interceptors launched from Fort Greely in Alaska and Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Those interceptors have hit targets in 10 of 18 tests, including the last two in June 2014 and May this year.
    To execute such an aggressive plan for an Aegis-ship ballistic missile defense, some parts of which appear to be already in the works, the U.S. would have to place even greater focus on ballistic missile defense missions. American fleet commanders will need to make sure destroyer captains improve their skill in basic seamanship – a proficiency called into question after the Navy recently lost two of its valuable ballistic missile defense destroyers in collisions with commercial ships.
    An important step in making the fence operational would be for the U.S. to adopt rules of engagement that allow the Navy destroyers to shoot down North Korean missiles as soon as leave the country’s airspace. Current rules only allow for tracking and monitoring.
    If an SM-3 misses, there’s little concern of collateral damage. The interceptor would burn up harmlessly as it reentered the Earth’s atmosphere. Even if an interceptor collided with a nuclear warhead there would likely be no nuclear explosion, experts say.
    While North Korea could be counted on to rail at the “recklessness” of an Aegis interceptor taking out one of its missiles, the hornet’s nest would be stirred up far less than in the case of a U.S. invasion of North Korea’s territory or attack on a land target.  In the latter two cases, the North Korean reprisal might be catastrophic, inflicting heavy casualties in South Korea.
    If the moment for the destroyer fence to show its capability ever arrives, the U.S. Navy will have to make absolutely certain its missile-killing missiles don’t miss. North Korea would only feel emboldened if its greatest adversary seemed not up to the task of backing up its rhetoric with effective action.
      
    Of course, a destroyer fence is only a short-term fix. North Korea will build more missiles and it’s only a matter of time before more countries acquire such weapons.
    In the longer term, the Navy should consider upgrading more ships for ballistic missile defense.  The Navy should also push forward an idea broached by shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries to develop a missile-defense variant of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship that can be fitted out with a massive strategic antimissile battery of more than 400 interceptors or other missiles.
    Similarly, more thought should be given to accelerating testing and deployment of systems that support and enable Aegis. These include the SBX-1 – a huge golf ball-shaped radar dome mounted on an oil platform that can track ballistic missiles – and additional satellites that can be used to track intercontinental ballistic missiles as they travel through space.
    With bold use of proven, off-the-shelf missile-defense technology, the U.S. can turn the tables on Pyongyang, neutralizing its strategic missile threat without launching a war. The goal would be to buy[quote] enough time for cooler heads to prevail.
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    HERE WE GO AGAIN...!
    AN OTHER COLD WAR...!
    AN OTHER ARM RACE...!
     
    SOME PEOPLE IN A POOR COUNTRY WILL...
    GO HUNGRY...
    BEING SICK...
    AND DIE...
    AGAIN...!
     



    NORTH KOREANS...EATING GRASS...IN THE PAST...!
     



     
     
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  2. Nujtxeeg added a post in a topic Cov Xav Ua Teb Chaws Kom Mloog Nov.   

    NEWS ARTICLE # 1  U.S. Attorneys » District of Minnesota » News
    Department of JusticeU.S. Attorney’s OfficeDistrict of Minnesota----------------------------------------------FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWednesday, October 11, 2017 Seng Xiong Sentenced To 87 Months In Prison
    For Defrauding Members Of The Hmong Community
     
    Judge ordered Seng Xiong to pay more than $1.2 million in restitution to victimsActing United States Attorney Gregory G. Brooker today announced the sentencing of SENG XIONG, 49, to 87 months in prison for operating an affinity scheme targeting members of the Hmong community. XIONG, who was found guilty on January 26, 2017, following an eight-day jury trial, was sentenced today before Judge Susan Richard Nelson in U.S. District Court in Saint Paul, Minn.
     
    As proven at trial, from at least mid-2014 through approximately March 2016, XIONG conducted a fraud scheme through his organization “Hmong Tebchaws,” which translates to “Hmong Country,” in which members of the Hmong community were directed to deposit $3,000 to $5,000 into a bank account held in the name of SENG XIONG. In exchange for the payments, victims were promised 10 acres of land, a house, and many other benefits in a future country that would be established as a Hmong homeland somewhere in Southeast Asia.
     
    As proven at trial, XIONG claimed to be working closely with the United States government and the United Nations to establish the new Hmong country somewhere in Southeast Asia. Through a series of YouTube videos and nationwide conference calls, XIONG promoted his scheme in the Hmong language, claiming that he was working with high-ranking officials who had “approved” or “authorized” his proposal and had arranged for land to be set aside for XIONG and his followers.
     
    As proven at trial, XIONG offered several investment options that purported to represent varying levels of return that “founders” would be able to receive on their investment in the new country. Investments between $3,000 and $5,000 would guarantee the investor and his or her future generations, land, a house, free healthcare, free education, and government financial assistance for people over 65 years of age, as well as a return on that investment equal to a percentage of the income generated by the new Hmong country.  Those who could not afford the $3,000 - $5,000 “founders” option could pay $20 per month, or $240 per year. This lesser investment would secure a spot in the new Hmong country along with some of the benefits.
     
    This case was the result of an investigation conducted by the Saint Paul Police Department, United States Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Minnesota Financial Crimes Task Force, and Appleton Police Department.
     
    Special assistance was provided by the United States Attorney’s Offices for the Eastern District of California.
     
    Assistant United States Attorneys Amber M. Brennan and Surya Saxena prosecuted this case.
     
     
    Defendant Information:
     
    SENG XIONG, 49
    Maplewood, Minn.
     
    Convicted:
    Wire fraud, 1 countMail fraud, 1 count 
    Sentenced:
    87 months in prisonThree years supervised release$1,226,466.00 in restitution to victims
      
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    Follow us on Twitter (link is external) and Facebook (link is external).
    United States Attorney’s Office, District of Minnesota: (612) 664-5600
     ======================= NEWS ARTICLE # 2  Department of JusticeU.S. Attorney’s OfficeDistrict of Minnesota VS. SENG XIONG   By SARAH HORNER | shorner@pioneerpress.com | Pioneer PressPUBLISHED: October 11, 2017 at 6:29 pm | UPDATED: October 11, 2017 at 11:11 pm
      Seng Xiong preyed upon “the open wounds” of particularly vulnerable people within the Hmong community when the Maplewood man promised them access to a new Hmong homeland in Southeast Asia in exchange for money, a federal judge said Wednesday.
    Through his lies, the 49-year-old defrauded more than 400 Hmong people from across the United States — many of them elderly — of thousands of dollars each. Their contributions totaled about $1.7 million.
    U.S. District Judge Susan Nelson went above federal guidelines in sentencing Xiong to more than seven years in prison. He also was ordered to pay $1.2 million in restitution and comply with a long list of conditions upon his release.
    As Seng Xiong was sentenced in St. Paul, about 50 of his supporters outside waved signs and shouted demands for his release.
    Despite a jury convicting Xiong last winter of both mail fraud and wire fraud for orchestrating the scam, several of those who donated to his cause maintain his innocence and still ardently believe that he intended to carry out his promises.
    Nelson spoke of those supporters and all of Xiong’s victims before rendering her sentence.
    “These are folks … who share some sort of cultural pain … they were displaced, they had a refugee experience,” Nelson said.
    Many of the victims had also lost loved ones during the Hmong’s involvement in aiding the U.S. in the Vietnam War and endured broken promises by American officials about what they would receive in exchange for their help, Nelson added.
    “It (was) these folks’ lack of assimilation in this country, their lack of healing over this horrific past, that Mr. Xiong preyed upon,” Nelson said.
    Despite his promises to the contrary, investigators could find no evidence to back up his claims to donors that he was actively working with officials from both the U.S. government and the United Nations to secure a Hmong homeland, Nelson added.
    Xiong went so far as to tell donors via conference calls and YouTube videos that land had not only been identified for the homeland, but that funding for acquisition had been approved and that its creation would be announced imminently.
    In exchange for a $3,000 to $5,000 donation, each donor was promised land, housing, education, jobs and social services in the new Hmong homeland.
    During the trial, evidence was presented that no one from the U.S. Department of State, the White House or the United Nations ever collaborated with Xiong.
    “The fact is you lied to your followers and to this day you continue to deny it,” Nelson said. For that reason, the judge gave Xiong a sentence above federal sentencing guidelines.
    Xiong stood in an orange jumpsuit while his sentence was read while rows of his supporters listened in the gallery. He proclaimed his innocence when given the chance to address the court and also made a failed motion to have his attorney removed.
    “I am an honest person. I have dedicated my life to the liberation of the Hmong people,” Xiong said. “This is politically motivated. It has nothing to do with fraud … everybody knows that.”
    His supporters gathered both in and outside the federal courthouse came from states across the country.
    They said Xiong, who they referred to as their leader, had been framed by a bitter former business partner involved in his organization, Hmong Tebchaws.
    It was through that organization that Xiong solicited donations for his promised Hmong homeland.
    Yang Moua drove from Arkansas to show his support for Xiong.
    He donated $5,000 for a new Hmong homeland.
    “Our people suffer for so many years because we helped the United States to fight communism. Right now, our people are still getting killed in Laos because of that. We need a homeland,” Moua said.
    He added that he firmly believes Xiong was working with officials to accomplish that goal.
    Judge Nelson referred to Xiong’s influence over his supporters as “cult-like” during the hearing, saying his followers “blindly” believe him despite all evidence because they are so vulnerable, “they can’t afford to lose hope.”
    In asking for a lesser sentence for his client, Xiong’s attorney, James Ostgard, pointed out that much of the money Xiong received from his victims was still in his account.
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    Raws kuj soj nws qab me ntsis ces NWS LUB HLWB TSUAS MUAJ FRAGMENTED MEMORIES
    ua hauj lwm lawm xwb...Thiab nws lub hlwb tsuas ua hauj lwm nyob rau SURVIVAL MODE lawm xwb...
    Nws tej dej num thiab nws lub neej nws kuj tseem ua tau TEJ NORMAL ROUTINE ACTIVITIES...
    Tab sis nws lub HLWB QHOV LOGIC & REASON TSIS MUAJ LAWM...NWS TSUAS TSHUAV QHOV
    FEELING & SURVIVAL MODE LAWM XWB...
     
    Nws tau muaj KEV NTSHAI NOM TSWV...KEV NTSHAI TSOV R.OG...KEV TXHAUM KEVCAI...
    NTSHAI LUAG RAU TXIM...Nws ua lub neej TEMPORARY es yog muaj teeb meem thaum twg
    ces KOM NPAJ KHIAV KOM DIM NWS TXOJ SIA NKAUS XWB...
     
    Txoj kev yuav pab nws ces yog coj nws mus HOSPITAL KOM LUAG MUAB TSHUAJ NOJ KOM
    NWS TXOJ KEV TXHAWJ & NTSHAI NTAWD HO TSAWG ZOG TUAJ KOM NWS THIAJ NYOB
    TUS ES TXHOB NYOB RAU QHOV...SURVALVAL MODE...NTAWD...
     
    Nws tsev neeg los yuav tau ZAM NWS KEV TXHOB MUS HAIS TEJ LO LUS UA YUAV...TRIGGER...
    NWS QHOV EMOTION TXOG ES KOM NWS TIG MUS RAU SAB...SURVIVAL MODE...ES SAWV
    DAWS THIAJ YUAV ZAM DHAU QHOV KEV CHIM NPAU TAWS...KOM SAWV DAWS XAV TIAS
    ...NWS YOG NEEG TSIS...NORMAL LAWM...CES YUS TSUAS YOG TUS YUAV ZAM KEV RAU NWS
    LAWM XWB...
     
    YOG YUS YUA UA TEJ YAM NWS TSIS NYIAM CES YUS YUAV TAU NTXIAS NWS MUS KOM DEB
    TXHOB PAUB TXHOB POM TEJ YUS UA ES NWS HO TSIS NYIAM NTAWD...
     

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    Hahaha...!
     
    Tej nov ces Hmoob tias...TSIS SAIB NEEB LOS YEEJ POM DAB...no xwb tiag...
    Nyiaj Txi.ag kuj yog kev ...Ua Phooj Ywg...
    Nyiaj Txi,ag kuj yog kev ...Txiav Phooj Ywg thiab...
     
    Tiam neej tshiab nov...Feem ntau tib neeg tsuas ua kev phooj ywg 1 me pliag xwb
    THAUM KOJ MUAB NYIAJ COJ LOS TSO RAU HAUV KEV PHOOJ YWG LAWM CES
    IB TXHIA TIB NEEG XUM YUAV NYIAJ TUAJ LAWM XWB...
    VIM TIB NEEG QHOV...GREEDINESS IS GREATER THAN FRIENDSHIP...THESE DAYS...!
     
    I believe THIS IS NOT THE FIRST CASE...
     
    KWVTIJ SIB DAG NYIAJ YUAV...
    PHOOJ YWG SIB DAG NYIAJ YUAV...
    NKAUJ NRAUG SIB DAG NYIAJ YUAV...
    Especially, yog qhov RELATIONSHIP nov nyob deb leeg sab ntuj...!
     
    Vim li nov tej TEEB MEEM nov yeej muaj ua ntu zus los lawm...
    SO JUST LEARN A LESSON FROM THOSE WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH THIS
    AND DON'T LET IT HAPPEN TO YOU...!
     
    .....
    MONEY...IS GOD...!

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    PUT YOUR LIFE BACK TOGETHER AGAIN...!
     
    MAIV...
     
    Hahaha...Zoo mas yog koj ho xav tias...
    Kuv cov lus hais rau koj kuj yog ib cov lus zoo... hais raug lub ntsiab
    uas yog kev yuav pab tau kom koj qhov teeb meem nov ho me los yog
    ploj tau mus...
     
    Kuv los kuj muab kuv qhov BEST ADVICE TAM LI KUV YOG 1 TUS FAMILY
    COUNSELOR PAB TIB NEEG ES YAM YUS HAIS MUS NTAWD KUJ YUAV
    PAB TAU TUS CLIENT/CUSTOMER NOV LI KEV UA NEEG TIAG TIAG...
     

    WHEN YOU ARE IN DISTRESS/DEPRESS...
    YOU LIKE TO WITHDRAW & BE ALONE...
     
    Yog koj ho muaj lus nug los yog koj tseem ho xav tau kev pab dab tsi ntxiv
    los pab koj lub neej & kev nyuab siab ntxhov plawv tam sim nov no los txhob
    ua siab deb yeej meem tuaj nrog kuv tham ntawm nov tau kawg...Kuv zoo siab
    yuav pab muab kev sab laj rau koj raws li kuv lub peev xwm yuav ua tau...
     

    BEING ALONE...LONELY...THINKING ABOUT THE PAST...DON'T SOLVE ANY PROBLEM...
    BUT...PLEASE DO THIS...
    SEEKING HELP...!
     
    Nyob rau hauv Psychology luag yeej muaj 1 qhov kev sib tham hu tias...
    " TALKING CURE...". Txhais tias peb ua neeg nyob thaum yus muaj kev nyuab
    siab ntxhov plawv...TXHOB MUAB KHAWS CIA RAU YUS NRUAB SIAB/NRUAB
    PLAWV 1 LEEG NQA LOS 1 LEEG RIS XWB...YOG YUS MUAJ ZOO KWV TIJ
    PHOOJ YWG UAS YUS NTSEEG SIAB TAU TIAS YOG YUS MUS PIAV YUS
    QHOV TEEB MEEM RAU LUAG MLOOG ES LUAG YUAV TSIS MUAB COJ MUS
    XAV THIAB HAIS PHEM RAU UB RAU NOV TOM TEJ PEM TEJ NO CES YUS
    YEEJ MEEM QHIB SIAB LUG PIAV YUS QHOV TEEB MEEM NTAWD RAU LUAG
    ES LUAG THIAJ YUAV PAUB NROG YUS THAM & SAB LAJ...PAB DAWS YUS QHOV
    TEEB MEEM...YOG LUAG HLUB TSHUA YUS TIAG...
     
    Vim nyob rau hauv Psychology TXOJ KEV NYUAB SIAB NTXHOV PLAWV NOV THAUM
    YUS MUAB THAM TAWM LAWM NWS UA RAU YUS LUB SIAB NTAUG TAU & DIM PA
    TAU...NWS DAWS TAU YUS QHOV...STRESS, PRESSURE, and DISTRESS...YOG YUS
    MUAJ TUS ZOO KWV TIJ PHOOJ YWG ES LUAG HO MUAB TAU TEJ COV...REAL
    ADVICE/ANSWER ES YEEJ DAWS TAU YUS QHOV TEEB MEEM TIAG NO LOS KUJ ZOO...
    TAB SIS YOG YUS THAM TAS ES LUAG HO TSIS MUAJ TSWV YIM PAB TAU YUS DAB
    TSI NO LOS TSUAV LUAG NYOB RAU NTAWD KAM CUAB POB NTSEG MLOOG YUS
    COV LUS & YUS COV TEEB MEEM ES TSUAV LUAG MUAJ QHOV...SYMPATHY &
    EMPATHY ...ES LUAG KAM NROG YUS THAM TSO DAJ TSO LUAG NROG YUS XWB LOS
    TWB ZOO & PAB TAU YUS KAWG LAWM...( Remember...LAUGHTER...is also a type of CURE  too)
    VIM LI NOV LAWV THIAJ HAIS TIAS..." TALKING/LAUGHING CURE..."
     





     
    HAVE A NICE DAY...!
     
     
     
     
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    Maiv,
     
    Painful Past and Painful Memories will take TIME TO HEAL...
    In the Mean Time you need to Stay Close to Friends or Relatives who care about you...
    So they can Talk and Share your Thoughts and your Feelings...So you have People
    and Space to Express your Feelings...That will Release some of your Pains Away...!
     
    Look for New Things to Do...Look for New People to Meet and Talk...
    Keep yourself BZ so you don't have Much Time to Think & Ponder about the Past...
    If things come to a Really Worse Situation...Talk to  A PROFESSIONAL PSYCHIATRIST...
     
    BE STRONG...BE POSITIVE...!
    BROKEN HEART & BROKEN HOME ARE NOT THE END OF THE WORLD...!
    ABETTER WORLD TOMORROW IS WAITING FOR YOU TO DISCOVER...!
    A BETTER PERSON & BETTER PARTNER IS AROUND THE CORNER...!

    PAST IS GONE...DONE...OVER...
    TOMORROW IS NOT HERE YET...
    TODAY IS THE REAL THING SO LIVE IT TO THE FULLEST...!
     
    THINK...
    IF THE PAST WAS SO GREAT TO YOU...
    THEN YOU DIDN'T EVEN REACH THIS MOMENT IN YOUR LIFE...!
    SO LET THE PAST GOING...GO...GONE...!!!

     
     
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    Nujtxeeg
    Posted on September 23, 2017
     

    End of the world LIVE stream:
    Watch scientists observe Nibiru Planet X in the skies
    THE END of the world is finally at hand to fulfil the Nibiru September 23 prophecy, scores of conspiracy theorists have claimed. Find out how to watch the world’s leading astronomers search for Planet X live online.
    By Sebastian KettleyPUBLISHED: 10:35, Sat, Sep 23, 2017 | UPDATED: 11:31, Sat, Sep 23, 2017    Thousands of internet doom mongers and apocalypse enthusiasts have speculated for months that a mystical Planet X, or Nibiru, will approach Earth on September 23.
    The colossal planet from beyond the fringes of the solar system, will supposedly wreak havoc across Earth, ending the world as we know it.
    These spectacular claims have been ridiculed by the world’s scientific communities for months, and now in an attempt to sort fact from fiction, scientists are gathering to search for Nibiru.
    Astronomers from the robotic observatory Slooh have called for everyone to join them as they point their telescopes towards the night sky today at at 7.59pm EDT (12.59am BST).
    Slooh said: “Many people may believe that the end of the world is upon us, but what evidence do we have to support that idea? 
    “Slooh is taking a look at the stars, the planets, and the myth behind those that believe the end of the world is coming on September 23rd! 
    “With special guests, we will analyze what these claims are based on and if there could be any truth to them!”
    On top of the search for Planet X, Slooh will also follow the path of the potentially hazardous asteroid 2017 PR25, which will fly-by Earth.
    Slooh's experts will also be on hand to discuss the newly discovered comet C/2017 O1 (ASASSN), and talk about the real threat posed by asteroids and other celestial bodies.
    The live stream will be hosted by Paul Cox, observatory director and chief astronomical officer’, astronomer Helen Avery, and Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman.
    You can find the live stream on the Slooh.com website, but there is a slight catch – it is hidden behind a paywall.
    Slooh memberships cost a monthly fee of $4.95 (£3.67) for an ‘apprentice’ account and $24.95 (£18.49) for an ‘astronomer’ account.
    In the run up to the prophesied end of the world, the internet has gone wild with conspiracy theories, doomsday hoaxes and outlandish claims.
    Leading the Nibiru theory is self-proclaimed Christian numerologist David Meade who has self published several books on the topic.
    In his book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, the author has claimed that Nibiru will approach Earth to fulfil a prophecy set in the biblical Book of Revelation.
    However this theory has been constantly debunked by the the world's leading scientists.

    Slooh astronomers will observe the skies to tonight to prove that Nibiru does not existJonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, ridiculed the Planet X prophecy calling it a hoax.
    He told Express.co.uk: "I don't know what to say except that it's nonsense."
    Nasa have also ridiculed the Planet X apocalypse, saying: "The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn't exist, so there will be no collision.
    "The story of Nibiru has been around for years (as has the 'days of darkness' tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables.”
    =======================

    HNUB KAWG RAU NEEG NTIAJ TEB...?
     
    HNUB NOV YOG...SEPTEMBER 23, 2017
    YOG HNUB NTIAJ TEB KAWG/XAUS...
    VIM YUAV MUAJ 1 LUB PLANET HU UA...NIBIRU or PLANET X...
    YUAV LOS TSOO LUB NTIAJ TEB NOV KOM KUB NYHIAB & TAWG UA PLUA TSHAUV MUS...
     
    LUB TSWV YIM NOV FEEM NTAU CES YOG COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV UAS TUS NTSEEG...
    VIM...BIBLE YEEJ HAIS NTAU TSAV YAM TXOG LUB NTIAJ TEB THAUM KAWG/XAUS...
    VIM LI NOV COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV NOV YEEJ UA HNUB UA HMO ZOV TOS
    HNUB NTIAJ TEB KAWG/XAUS CES LAWV THIAJ YUAV TAU MUS NROG VAJ TSWV NYOB...!
     
    YOG NTIAJ TEB RAUG KUB NYHIAB & TAWG RAU HNUB NOV TIAG
    ES TAG KIS TSIS MUAJ DAB TSI SEEM LI LAWM NO CES TSUM MUS LI
    THIAB MUAB CREDITS RAU COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV NOV...
     
    TAB SIS YOG TAG KIS...KUV TSEEM CIAJ & NTIAJ TEB YEEJ TSEEM NYOB LI QUB
    TSIS MUAJ DAB TSI TSHWM SIM NO CES
    KUV YUAV MUS CAUM NCAWS COV NEEG...HLWB QAUJ...NOV
    KOM ZOO KUV TXHAIS TAW KHAUS NOV...!
     
    HAHAHA...!
     
    KUV TUAG HNUB NOV CES TEEB MEEM XAUS
    YOG KUV TSEEM CIAJ TAG KIS CES...KUV YUAV MUS CAUM NCAWS
    COV NEEG HLWB QAUJ NO NAWJ..!
     


     
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    End of the world LIVE stream:
    Watch scientists observe Nibiru Planet X in the skies
    THE END of the world is finally at hand to fulfil the Nibiru September 23 prophecy, scores of conspiracy theorists have claimed. Find out how to watch the world’s leading astronomers search for Planet X live online.
    By Sebastian KettleyPUBLISHED: 10:35, Sat, Sep 23, 2017 | UPDATED: 11:31, Sat, Sep 23, 2017    Thousands of internet doom mongers and apocalypse enthusiasts have speculated for months that a mystical Planet X, or Nibiru, will approach Earth on September 23.
    The colossal planet from beyond the fringes of the solar system, will supposedly wreak havoc across Earth, ending the world as we know it.
    These spectacular claims have been ridiculed by the world’s scientific communities for months, and now in an attempt to sort fact from fiction, scientists are gathering to search for Nibiru.
    Astronomers from the robotic observatory Slooh have called for everyone to join them as they point their telescopes towards the night sky today at at 7.59pm EDT (12.59am BST).
    Slooh said: “Many people may believe that the end of the world is upon us, but what evidence do we have to support that idea? 
    “Slooh is taking a look at the stars, the planets, and the myth behind those that believe the end of the world is coming on September 23rd! 
    “With special guests, we will analyze what these claims are based on and if there could be any truth to them!”
    On top of the search for Planet X, Slooh will also follow the path of the potentially hazardous asteroid 2017 PR25, which will fly-by Earth.
    Slooh's experts will also be on hand to discuss the newly discovered comet C/2017 O1 (ASASSN), and talk about the real threat posed by asteroids and other celestial bodies.
    The live stream will be hosted by Paul Cox, observatory director and chief astronomical officer’, astronomer Helen Avery, and Astronomy Magazine columnist Bob Berman.
    You can find the live stream on the Slooh.com website, but there is a slight catch – it is hidden behind a paywall.
    Slooh memberships cost a monthly fee of $4.95 (£3.67) for an ‘apprentice’ account and $24.95 (£18.49) for an ‘astronomer’ account.
    In the run up to the prophesied end of the world, the internet has gone wild with conspiracy theories, doomsday hoaxes and outlandish claims.
    Leading the Nibiru theory is self-proclaimed Christian numerologist David Meade who has self published several books on the topic.
    In his book Planet X – The 2017 Arrival, the author has claimed that Nibiru will approach Earth to fulfil a prophecy set in the biblical Book of Revelation.
    However this theory has been constantly debunked by the the world's leading scientists.

    Slooh astronomers will observe the skies to tonight to prove that Nibiru does not existJonathan McDowell, an astronomer at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, ridiculed the Planet X prophecy calling it a hoax.
    He told Express.co.uk: "I don't know what to say except that it's nonsense."
    Nasa have also ridiculed the Planet X apocalypse, saying: "The planet in question, Nibiru, doesn't exist, so there will be no collision.
    "The story of Nibiru has been around for years (as has the 'days of darkness' tale) and is periodically recycled into new apocalyptic fables.”
    =======================

    HNUB KAWG RAU NEEG NTIAJ TEB...?
     
    HNUB NOV YOG...SEPTEMBER 23, 2017
    YOG HNUB NTIAJ TEB KAWG/XAUS...
    VIM YUAV MUAJ 1 LUB PLANET HU UA...NIRIBU or PLANET X...
    YUAV LOS TSOO LUB NTIAJ TEB NOV KOM KUB NYHIAB & TAWG UA PLUA TSHAUV MUS...
     
    LUB TSWV YIM NOV FEEM NTAU CES YOG COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV UAS TUS NTSEEG...
    VIM...BIBLE YEEJ HAIS NTAU TSAV YAM TXOG LUB NTIAJ TEB THAUM KAWG/XAUS...
    VIM LI NOV COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV NOV YEEJ UA HNUB UA HMO ZOV TOS
    HNUB NTIAJ TEB KAWG/XAUS CES LAWV THIAJ YUAV TAU MUS NROG VAJ TSWV NYOB...!
     
    YOG NTIAJ TEB RAUG KUB NYHIAB & TAWG RAU HNUB NOV TIAG
    ES TAG KIS TSIS MUAJ DAB TSI SEEM LI LAWM NO CES TSUM MUS LI
    THIAB MUAB CREDITS RAU COV NEEG NTSEEG VAJ TSWV NOV...
     
    TAB SIS YOG TAG KIS...KUV TSEEM CIAJ & NTIAJ TEB YEEJ TSEEM NYOB LI QUB
    TSIS MUAJ DAB TSI TSHWM SIM NO CES
    KUV YUAV MUS CAUM NCAWS COV NEEG...HLWB QAUJ...NOV
    KOM ZOO KUV TXHAIS TAW KHAUS NOV...!
     
    HAHAHA...!
     
    KUV TUAG HNUB NOV CES TEEB MEEM XAUS
    YOG KUV TSEEM CIAJ TAG KIS CES...KUV YUAV MUS CAUM NCAWS
    COV NEEG HLWB QAUJ NO NAWJ..!
     


     
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    HMOOB TXOJ KEV COG XAS
    NYOB CALIFORNIA PIB MUAJ TEEB MEEM LAWM
    LUAG TIAS HMOOB COG XAS UA TSIS RAWS KEV CAI...
     
    LUAG THIAJ TUAJ MUAB HMOOB COV XAS TXIAV TAS
    MUAJ TEJ TUS TSEEM MAG TXHOM LAWM THIAB...
     
    KUV TWB TAU PIAV TXOG KEV COG XAS YAV TA SLSO LAWM TIAS
    YOG HMOOB TSIS PAUB KEV CAI...CALIFORNIA MARIJUANA LAWS...
    CES KOJ YEEJ UA TXHAUM KEV ...COG XAS...MUAG XAS...THIAB SIV XAS...
    YOOJ YOOJ YIM LAWM XWB...!
     
    TWB HAIS TAS RAU NEJ LAWM...!
     
    KOJ YUAV NPLUA NUJ SAI...
    LOS KOJ YUAV KOB HUAM SAI...
    CIA SAWV DAWS XYUAS MUS NTXIV...!
     



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV_Z7p0I9CA
     

     
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    TEJ NOV LOV
    UAS YOG QHOV SAWV DAWS HAIS THOOB TEB CHAWS
    TIAS HMOOB LI KEVCAI CES YOG ...DEV NPUA KEV CAI...?
     
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    KWV TXHIAJ HMOOB NYAB LAJ
    TITLE:    TU SIAB TSIS YOG 1 LEEJ TUB CAG...
     
    ZAJ KWV TXHAIJ NOV HAIS TAU ZOO HEEV
    TAB SIS KUJ TU SIAB HEEV LI THIAB...!
     
    TXOG QHOV YUG LOS UA 1 LEEJ NTXHAIS
    ES YUAV TAU MUS UA LAWM HMOOB QHUA SAB NRAUD 1 LEEJ NYAB
    YUAV TAU TSO LEEJ NIAM LEEJ TXIV LEEJ NEEJ NUS NYOB LUB VAJ TSE TOM QAB...
     
    TU SIAB HEEV...NTSHE XUM TUAG MUS TXIA UA ME KAB ME NOOG
    THIAJ LI TSIS TAU MUS UA NYAB MUS NYOB LAWM TUS QHUA LUB VAJ TSEV...!
     
    KHO SIAB
    &
    TU SIAB HEEV
     
    YUG LOS UA 1 LEEJ NTXHAIS HMOOB
    VIM HMOOB...PROMOTE COV TUB RAU QHOV TSEEM CEEB TSHAJ COV NTXHAIS
    THIAJ UA RAU COV NTXHAIS MUAJ KEV TU SIAB...BROKEN HEART...RAWS LI ZAJ KWV TXHAIJ NOV...
     
    PEB HMOOB YUAV TAU LOS MUAB XAV THIAB KHO
    PEB HMOOB TEJ KAB LI KEV CAI UAS SAIB TUB MUAJ NQI TSHAJ NTXHAIS NOV NAWJ
    KWV TIJ HMOOB AW...!
     
    TO DIE...and BECOME INSECTS & BIRDS...
    IS BETTER THAN LIVING AS...
    ... A HMOOB NTXHAIS...
     
      
     

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    The Shinawatras May Be Gone, But It’s Too Soon
    to Write Off Their Party in Thailand
    Joshua Kurlantzick Monday, Sept. 18, 2017Thais waited anxiously throughout the summer for the conclusion of the trial of former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who was removed by a military coup in May 2014. The charges Yingluck faced—mismanaging a rice subsidy scheme that wound up losing some $8 billion—were somewhat unusual, since she was not personally accused of corruption in the program. In some ways, she was being charged with making bad decisions in government.

    But a central objective of the junta since it took power has been to eradicate the influence of the Shinawatra family in Thai politics by breaking the bond between them and their base of mostly rural supporters. Populist policies, such as the rice subsidy scheme, are key to that bond, having been championed by Yingluck and her brother, former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, for 17 years now. The charges appeared, in part, like one way to crush Yingluck and her allies.

    Yingluck’s supporters expected her to show up in court on Aug. 25 to hear the verdict and accept whatever ruling came down. She had remained in Thailand since the coup. In July, she posted on Facebook, “I’m still strong, and ready to fight to prove my innocence.” Thousands of her supporters trekked to the court in Bangkok to wait for the decision.

    By late morning, it became apparent Yingluck wasn’t going to appear in court. In her absence, the court postponed the verdict until Sept. 27, although no one thinks the former prime minister will show up then, either.

    No one knows for sure where she is right now, but reports sugg[quote]est she fled Thailand several days before the court’s August decision, probably to neighboring Cambodia. She is likely to wind up in Dubai, where her brother lives, having fled Thailand himself nine years ago.

    Yingluck’s flight was the best possible outcome of the case for the junta, which may have known about her plans and allowed Yingluck to flee. Some military leaders reportedly had worried that jailing Yingluck could have made her a martyr and actually boosted her Pheu Thai Party’s popularity before elections that are supposedly going to be held in 2018, riling up the rural base and sparking higher turnout. There was also a slim possibility that, if Yingluck had come to court, she could have been found not guilty, which would have been an embarrassment for the generals. Or, she could have come to court, been found guilty and gotten some kind of suspended sentence, which still might have angered Pheu Thai supporters and provoked sympathy for Yingluck.

    The junta can now claim that Yingluck and her party really were terrible, corrupt managers of the country’s purse—and that they flout Thai justice. The same day Yingluck didn’t appear in court, her former commerce minister was sentenced to 42 years in jail on related charges. Junta leaders can lump Yingluck in with her brother, a telecommunications tycoon who skipped bail when he fled in 2008, instead of facing corruption charges that he also claimed were political.

    Some Thai observers are sugg[quote]esting that the Shinawatra family is done with politics, while leaving open the question of whether Yingluck’s exit has crippled her party, too. Greg Raymond of Australian National University called Yingluck’s flight “the end of the Shinawatras,” though he admitted that their ability to appeal to the rural masses and reduce Bangkok’s influence had changed Thai politics forever.

    But any political obituaries for the Pheu Thai Party seem dubious. Despite various name changes over the past 17 years, the party has remained the same Thaksinite, populist organization—one that can rebound from defeats by the armed forces. It has shown that it can win elections in highly charged political climates, with its top leaders jailed or in exile. In 2007, in fact, a year after a previous coup ousted Thaksin from his post as prime minister, Pheu Thai—then called the People’s Power Party—won a significant victory in national elections that put it again in control of parliament.
    Now, in the run-up to potential elections in 2018, Pheu Thai will face even tougher repression than it did a decade ago, and the junta may maneuver to help more pro-military parties during campaign season. Yet as in 2007, Pheu Thai retains by far the most impressive get-out-the-vote operation in the country. The second most popular party, the Democrat Party, has not been able to win a national election in 20 years.

    In addition, over the years Pheu Thai and its previous iterations have proven able to survive without a Shinawatra at the helm, sugg[quote]esting that it has a deep reservoir of support for its populist ideas. Three years of junta rule are unlikely to destroy the backing for Pheu Thai’s policies: historically, large-scale social welfare programs, cheap[quote] credit and a more equitable use of Thailand’s budget, so that the state supports development outside of Bangkok and its environs, which are far richer than the rest of the country. The junta has instead tried to copy some of Pheu Thai’s populist rhetoric, to little avail.

    To be sure, the Shinawatras are the most famous people in the party leadership, and it helps to have a Shinawatra at the top of the ticket at election time. But in the 2007 vote, Pheu Thai won with Samak Sundaravej at its helm. A former Bangkok governor and deputy prime minister in a previous, pre-Shinawatra era government, Samak was a veteran politician with plenty of charisma. But he also had major liabilities. He was thin-skinned and had been dogged for decades by accusations that he helped foment violence by right-wing groups against student protesters in Bangkok in 1976.

    Choosing Samak also showed that Pheu Thai’s top party members are relatively flexible and able to co-opt prominent Thai politicians who are not naturally aligned with the party’s priorities. Samak had been known as an archconservative, not historically a backer of populist economic and social policies. Still, he had built a relationship with top party leaders and pledged in 2007 to support their populist program as prime minister.

    In some respects, Pheu Thai could actually be better off running for an election without any Shinawatras at the helm of the campaign. It could compete for votes in the north and northeast of Thailand and in poorer parts of Bangkok without having to face accusations from rival parties that Pheu Thai is simply a vehicle for Shinawatra-worship. In addition, the party still has a bench of potential leaders, like former party deputy Sudarat Keyuraphan or former Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang.

    It’s unclear, though, whether an election will happen at all, let alone whether the junta would allow these other potential Pheu Thai leaders to lead. Chaturon, like many other party figures, still faces charges in military courts. Some observers think Yingluck fleeing will embolden the junta to step up its repression even further, arresting hundreds more top Pheu Thai members and supporters.

    But with Yingluck likely out of Thailand, the junta may feel relieved and might even allow the 2018 election to proceed in a somewhat freer political environment than if Yingluck still resided in the kingdom. The armed forces may feel that Pheu Thai has been so crippled, it cannot pull off a big enough election victory to take the whole lower house of parliament. But given the party’s resilience in the past, underestimating the opposition would be a mistake.
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