The History of Earth­quakes In New York Before the Sixth Seal (Revelation 6:12)

The History of Earth­quakes In New YorkBy Meteorologist Michael Gouldrick New York State PUBLISHED 6:30 AM ET Sep. 09, 2020 PUBLISHED 6:30 AM EDT Sep. 09, 2020New York State has a long history of earthquakes. Since the early to mid 1700s there have been over 550 recorded earthquakes that have been centered within the state’s boundary. New York has also been shaken by strong earthquakes that occurred in southeast Canada and the Mid-Atlantic states.

Courtesy of Northeast States Emergency ConsortiumThe largest earthquake that occurred within New York’s borders happened on September 5th, 1944. It was a magnitude 5.9 and did major damage in the town of Massena.A school gymnasium suffered major damage, some 90% of chimneys toppled over and house foundations were cracked. Windows broke and plumbing was damaged. This earthquake was felt from Maine to Michigan to Maryland.Another strong quake occurred near Attica on August 12th, 1929. Chimneys took the biggest hit, foundations were also cracked and store shelves toppled their goods.In more recent memory some of the strongest quakes occurred On April 20th, 2002 when a 5.0 rattled the state and was centered on Au Sable Forks area near Plattsburg, NY.Strong earthquakes outside of New York’s boundary have also shaken the state. On February 5th, 1663 near Charlevoix, Quebec, an estimated magnitude of 7.5 occurred. A 6.2 tremor was reported in Western Quebec on November 1st in 1935. A 6.2 earthquake occurred in the same area on March 1st 1925. Many in the state also reported shaking on August 23rd, 2011 from a 5.9 earthquake near Mineral, Virginia.

Earthquakes in the northeast U.S. and southeast Canada are not as intense as those found in other parts of the world but can be felt over a much larger area. The reason for this is the makeup of the ground. In our part of the world, the ground is like a jigsaw puzzle that has been put together. If one piece shakes, the whole puzzle shakes.In the Western U.S., the ground is more like a puzzle that hasn’t been fully put together yet. One piece can shake violently, but only the the pieces next to it are affected while the rest of the puzzle doesn’t move.In Rochester, New York, the most recent earthquake was reported on March 29th, 2020. It was a 2.6 magnitude shake centered under Lake Ontario. While most did not feel it, there were 54 reports of the ground shaking.So next time you are wondering why the dishes rattled, or you thought you felt the ground move, it certainly could have been an earthquake in New York.Here is a website from the USGS (United Sates Geologic Society) of current earthquakes greater than 2.5 during the past day around the world. As you can see, the Earth is a geologically active planet!Another great website of earthquakes that have occurred locally can be found here.To learn more about the science behind earthquakes, check out this website from the USGS.

15 years since Hamas took over outside the Temple Walls

15 years since Hamas took over the Gaza Strip

On June 14, 2007 the radical Islamist organization seized control of the coastal enclave

It may have been an internal Palestinian conflict, but it’s one that had major implications on the entire region in general and on Israel in particular.

On June 14, 2007 and following a short but bloody and violent campaign, the radical Islamic organization Hamas seized control of the Gaza Strip from the Fatah faction which ruled since the signing of the Oslo Accords with Israel in the mid-1990s.

“I call on the nationalists and supporters to build a new nation. This is what is next for us,” Hamas leader Khalil Al Haya said in a press conference after the takeover.

Following years of political unrest between the two leading Palestinian factions, Hamas in Gaza had no intentions of adhering to the messages coming from the leaders of the Palestinian Authority seated in Ramallah.

In less than three days, Hamas took total control of the Gaza Strip and as usual when it comes to civil wars, it was cruel and merciless.

Hundreds of Fatah supporters were killed in battle. Many of those who survived the crossfire and were caught were executed, sometimes by being tossed off the rooftops of their office buildings.

The developments had a major impact on Israel less than two years after unilaterally withdrawing from Gaza.

On the 15th anniversary of the Hamas takeover of the Strip, residents of the coastal enclave face a bleak situation under Hamas rule and Israel faces a hostile neighbor with no apparent change in sight.

There Is A Chance Russian Horn Could Use Nuclear Weapons Over Ukraine

Yes, There Is A Chance Russia Could Use BBC Nuclear Weapons Over Ukraine

ByMaya Carlin

This week Vyacheslav Volodin, the head of Russia’s State Duma, threatened to make Europe disappear if Western governments supply Ukraine with nuclear weapons.

While no country has indicated an arms transfer of this magnitude would ever be considered, this is not the first time a Russian official has prodded the slumbering beast of nuclear escalation. Prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin warned that any interfering country would “face consequences greater than any faced in history.” Putin also elevated Russia’s nuclear weapons to high-alert status. While experts and officials largely agree that nuclear escalation is unlikely, there are scenarios that could push Putin in that direction. Russia’s nuclear arsenal has remained a top priority for its government since the fall of the Soviet Union.

With thousands of nuclear weapons at its disposal, Russia’s threats cannot be shrugged off as symbolic.

Russia Has Thousands of Nukes

Following the Soviet Union’s collapse in 1991, Russia inherited the USSR’s expansive arsenal of weapons, including nuclear warheads. Today, experts put Moscow’s count at 5,977 nuclear warheads. While the majority of this arsenal reportedly comprises smaller, short-range nuclear weapons, Russia probably possesses at least 1,000 intercontinental ballistic missiles and 800 submarine-launched ballistic missiles. Russia and the U.S. combine to own over 90% of all nuclear weapons on Earth.

Two years following the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia said that it would only permit use of its nuclear weapons if the country’s existence was threatened. However, this policy evolved when Putin became secretary of the National Security Council in 2000. According to a report published by the U.S. Naval Institute, Russia’s current military doctrine allows for nuclear use in a conventional conflict.

“The Russian Federation reserves the right to use nuclear weapons in response to the use of nuclear and other types of weapons of mass destruction against it and (or) its allies, as well as in response to large-scale aggression utilizing conventional weapons in situations critical to the national security of the Russian Federation and its allies,” USNI explains.

We Don’t Know Moscow’s Red Line

Despite Putin’s threats and Russia’s nuclear doctrine, conventional wisdom holds that Russia is very unlikely to use nuclear weapons. In April, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov claimed Moscow was committed to avoiding nuclear war. Additionally, CIA Director William Burns stated that no practical evidence indicates Putin is planning to use nuclear weapons.

However, no one knows where Russia’s red line for justifying nuclear use lies. If Russian forces lose ground in Ukraine, Putin could escalate the conflict. While no country besides North Korea has tested a nuclear weapon in this century, this tactic remains a possibility for Russia. 

In late April, U.S. President Joe Biden announced a massive new aid package for Ukraine. The $20.4 billion dollar package includes a litany of weapons ranging from anti-aircraft missiles and drones to artillery rounds. The West’s commitment to aiding Ukraine’s defensive mission has Putin on edge. The Russian president could respond to increased pressure from the West in an unpredictable manner.

Maya Carlin is a Middle East Defense Editor with 19FortyFive. She is also an analyst with the Center for Security Policy and a former Anna Sobol Levy Fellow at IDC Herzliya in Israel. She has by-lines in many publications, including The National Interest, Jerusalem Post, and Times of Israel.

Sadr the Antichrist: from outlaw to top politician

NEWSMAKER-Iraq’s Sadr: from outlaw to top politician

Despite the risks, Sadr never fled Iraq, unlike other prominent figures in post-Saddam governments who returned from exile in Iran and the West following the invasion. SADDAM TAUNTED WITH CLERIC’S NAME When Saddam himself was executed in 2006, convicted for the killings of 148 people in a mainly Shi’ite Muslim town a quarter century earlier, witnesses taunted him by chanting Moqtada’s name as he was led to the gallows, leaked footage showed. Sadr was the first to form a Shi’ite militia that fought U.S. troops.

Antichrist Raises the Stakes in Struggle for Iraq

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The Russian Nuclear Horn Threatens the European Horns

Russia have threatened to wipe out Europe if the West supplies Ukraine with nuclear weapons
Russia have threatened to wipe out Europe if the West supplies Ukraine with nuclear weaponsCredit: AP

Russia warns Europe will ‘disappear’ in nuclear war with Putin if West gives missiles to Ukraine

RUSSIA has warned the West that Europe will “disappear” in a nuclear apocalypse if they supply Ukraine with missiles.

The chilling threat comes after Poland’s former Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski told allies they could technically provide the lethal artillery.

Poland's former Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said allies could give the war-torn country an opportunity to defend itself
Poland’s former Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said allies could give the war-torn country an opportunity to defend itselfCredit: Getty

He has stirred up another nuclear row after claiming Vladimir Putin had violated the Budapest Memorandum on Security Assurances of 1994.

Sikorski told Ukrainian channel Espreso TV this breach would justify the delivery of nuclear weapons from the West. 

He suggested it would “give Ukraine the opportunity to defend its independence”.

Ukraine agreed to hand over all nuclear weapons left in the country in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union.

They joined the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons along with Russia, the US and the UK – but Sikorski claimed Putin had now broken the terms of the deal by invading the country.

But the Kremlin was not best pleased by his comments, claiming he was antagonizing the already fragile situation. 

The Head of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, Viacheslav Volodin, immediately hit back at Sikorski’s suggestions. 

He wrote on his Telegram channel: “With such deputies, the Europeans will have much more serious problems than those they have already faced today (refugees, record inflation, energy crisis). 

“Sikorski is provoking a nuclear conflict in the centre of Europe. 

“He doesn’t think neither about the future of Ukraine nor about the future of Poland. 

“In case his suggestions are fulfilled, these countries will cease to exist, as will Europe as well.

“Sikorski and the like are the reason why Ukraine must not only be set free from the Nazi ideolody but also be demilitarized, securing the nuclear-weapon-free status of the country.”

Furious Volodin also reportedly said Poland’s ex-Foreign Minister needs to be forced to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

Despite Western countries remaining reluctant to supply even some conventional weaponry, Russia has made it clear they will not be beaten by nuclear warfare.

At the start of the month, Putin unleashed a hypersonic missile on NATO supply lines inside Ukraine in an attempt to stop arms crossing the border.

In case his suggestions are fulfilled, these countries will cease to exist, as will Europe as well.Viacheslav Volodin

Kalibr cruise missiles were launched from a warship in the Black Sea which struck the Beskydy railway tunnel in the Carpathian Mountains.

They also earlier teased allies by practicing nuclear missile strikes and chemical attacks on NATO’s border.

That was soon followed by a disturbing warning from Putin’s space chief, who threatened to wipe out half of Europe.

Dmitry Rogozin hinted he would deploy the deadly Satan-II missile after foreign minister Sergei Lavrov was blocked from travelling to Serbia for a two-day trip.

And last month, Russia threatened to nuke the UK and Finland “in seconds” as it accused the West of launching a “total hybrid war”.

It is evident any aid supplied to Ukraine which may make them a fiercer opponent could provoke Russia into desperate action.

Putin’s henchmen previously said they would strike military targets in the UK after Britain supplied weapons to Ukraine.

Russia also boasts a terrifying warplane among their fleet that is capable of carrying nukes thousand of kilometres.

The Tupolev Tu-22M3, which was deployed for the first time by Russia in its war with Ukraine during the “carpet-bombing” of Mariupol, has an operational range of nearly 7,000km, putting all of Europe and the east coast of the United States within its scope

The Potent Pakistani Nuclear horn: Daniel 8

Pakistan’s Nuclear Capability Still Better than India & Israel: Report |

Pakistan Has More Nuclear Weapons Than India and Israel

By Haroon Hayder Published Jun 14, 2022  1:49 pm

Pakistan has more nuclear weapons than India and Israel, the 2022 Year Book published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has revealed.

Titled “Armaments, Disarmament, and International Security,” the SIPRI Year Book shows that Pakistan has 165 nuclear warheads. This number remains unchanged from 2021.

On the other hand, Israel has 90 nuclear warheads. This number remains unchanged from 2021 as well. Meanwhile, India has 160 nuclear warheads. Last year, India had 156 nuclear warheads