WORLD ORDER DART TOURNAMENT -SCORING UPDATE
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Nicaragua (Country threat level - 3): On 21 July 2010 the U.S. Embassy in Managua released the following Warden Message: "As reported in our Country Specific Information brochure on Nicaragua, violent crime in Nicaragua is increasing. In the past month, nearly a dozen taxi kidnappings have been reported.
"U.S. citizens should exercise particular caution when befriended by strangers on a bus who then offer assistance in locating and/or sharing a taxi once the bus arrives at its final destination. In all cases, the incidents involved someone who won the U.S. citizen's trust and offered to share or locate a taxi cab for them. After entering the taxi, the U.S. citizens were held at knife-point and/or gun-point, threatened with bodily injury and/or rape, robbed of their valuables and driven around to ATM machines to withdraw funds from their accounts. After the assault, the U.S. citizen victims were left abandoned and destitute in remote areas. The assailants have had various profiles including a young pregnant woman and men and women of various ages.
Mexico (Country threat level - 4): The U.S. Consulate General in Nuevo Laredo issued the following Warden Message on 20 July 2010: "The U.S. Consulate General advises all U.S. Citizens in the area that all American employees of the U.S. Consulate General in Nuevo Laredo are currently prohibited from transiting Highway 2(Riberena) east of Nuevo Laredo between the Mexican Federal Highway 85 (Carretera Nacional) cloverleaf and Reynosa, and also west of Nuevo Laredo between the Colombia-Solidarity International Bridge and Ciudad Acuna due to ongoing concerns of violence along this highway. U.S. citizens should consider alternate routes or delaying travel on this section of road. …"preparations
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Haiti (Country threat level - 4): On 21 July 2010 the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince issued a Warden Message that reads in part as follows: "The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince is issuing this Warden Message to alert U.S. citizens of expected strikes and possible demonstrations throughout the Port-au-Prince metropolitan area and the Department de L’Ouest, to include possible protests in Leogane, Carrefour, Delmas, and Petionville. Some services in the city may shut down. It is expected that the strike and possible protest activity will continue sporadically throughout the two-day period, Thursday and Friday, July 22nd and 23rd. American citizens are advised to reschedule all non-essential travel to the downtown area. All travel to destinations outside the city should be routed in a manner to avoid passing through Champ de Mars. ..."
WEST COAST MAY EXPECT NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA RETALIATION FOR FALSE FLAG. HAARP SCALAR ATTACK MAY BE USED.
EAST COAST MIGHT EXPECT A TERROR ATTACK AS WELL BY DOMESTIC COMMITTEE MUSLIM ORIGINATED
Turkey (Country threat level - 3): On 21 July 2010 the U.S. Embassy in Ankara issued a Warden Message, which reads in part as follows: "There is an overall increase in violence and a continuing threat of terrorist actions and violence against U.S. citizens and interests throughout Turkey.
"The PKK, also known as the Kongra-Gel (KGK), terrorist group has recently threatened increased violent activity in urban areas in Turkey, and there is credible information that the PKK intends to target tourist areas. There have also been recent clashes involving security forces and the PKK in parts of Turkey outside of the PKK's usual operating area in southeast Turkey.
"In a separate incident that is not related to PKK terrorism, an assailant shot at an American citizen in Adana in June 2010. Reports indicate that extremists initiated the attack based solely on his U.S. citizenship and the fact that he resides in Turkey.
"The Department of State advises U.S. citizens traveling or residing in Turkey to be alert to the potential for terrorist related violence and the possibility of increased PKK activity in urban and tourist areas as well as throughout southeastern Turkey. We encourage all U.S. citizens to exercise extreme caution and maintain a low profile throughout Turkey. We reiterate Department of State advice to take prudent steps to ensure your personal safety. Remain vigilant and aware of surroundings, listen to news reports, avoid crowds and demonstrations, and vary times and routes for all travel. …"
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