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28 July 2006

Land of Confusion

The new video by Disturbed is an excellent one indeed.
"Land of Confusion", originally done by Genesis, is the new song, and it kicks ass.
See If you can spot the New World Order in this one!

We will all have to fight the enemy depicted in this video one day soon.
The armies of the anti-christ will march on our cities, demanding submission and worship of the evil one.
I don't really beleive there will be a rapture of all beleivers from this world.
It's just my opinion, but I think all of us must go through tribulation to be purified in the fire, so we are worthy of the position we are striving for.
God wants warriors in his army.
Half hearted soldiers get eliminated from the battlefield.

27 July 2006

Hey, let's go to Kazakhstan!

Ok, so I get these emails from the state department , basically consular information sheets with travel advisories of various countries.I thought I'd share some over the next few moon cycles with you good folks out there, however few there are......

Kazakhstan Consular Information Sheet
July 27, 2006
COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: Kazakhstan is a constitutional republic with a strong
presidency and a market economy. Kazakhstan's tourist facilities are not
highly developed; the availability of goods and services is better than in
most neighboring countries, but not up to the standards found in North
America and Western Europe. Internal travel and travel to neighboring
countries, both by air and land, can be subject to delays due to
infrastructure shortcomings and winter weather. Read the Department of State
Background Notes on Kazakhstan http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/5487.htm.

U.S. Embassy in Almaty does not issue letters of invitation to citizens
interested in private travel to Kazakhstan. All travelers, even those simply
transiting Kazakhstan for less than 72 hours, must obtain a Kazakhstani visa
before entering the country. Travelers should be aware that overstaying the
validity period of a visa will result in fines and delays upon exit.

Supporters of extremist groups such as the Islamic
Jihad Group, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Al-Qaeda, and the Eastern
Turkistan Islamic Movement remain active in Central Asia. These groups have
expressed anti-U.S. sentiments and may attempt to target U.S. Government or
private interests in the region, including in Kazakhstan. Attacks against
foreign interests in Central Asia have occurred and new tactics, including
the use of suicide bombers, have been employed by extremists in neighboring
Uzbekistan. Terrorists do not distinguish between official and civilian
targets. Because of increased security at official U.S. facilities,
terrorists are seeking softer civilian targets such as residential areas,
clubs, restaurants, places of worship, hotels, schools, outdoor recreation
events, resorts, beaches, maritime facilities, and planes.
Kazakhstani security personnel may at times place foreign visitors under
surveillance. Hotel rooms, telephones, and fax machines may be monitored,
and personal possessions in hotel rooms may be searched. Taking photographs
of anything that could be perceived as being of military or security
interest may result in problems with authorities.

Siz osy zhazda demalys alasyz ba?

So allow me to say,"Men Amerikandykpyn", and i'm keeping my ass right here in The good ole Southland,Ulken rakhmet!

Kazakhstan Embassy

26 July 2006

overlooking the city of Beirut

Lebanese youths gather on a hilltop overlooking the city of Beirut in Lebanon at sunset Friday, July 14, 2006 to watch smoke continuing to billow from a fuel dump at Beirut International airport which was hit by an Israeli airstrike Thursday. Israel has intensified its attacks on Lebanon, striking hundreds of targets including airports, highways and army bases to put pressure on the government and force Hezbollah to free two Israeli soldiers the guerrillas captured Wednesday. Seventy-three people have been killed in Lebanon since the offensive began.