joeywatchI`d like to thank everyone who has supported me from the beginning on my old websites( and aswell as my old YT Channel JoeyB613, feel so blessed to have connected with so many great people over the years that I`ve been doing this! In over 100 countries on every continent of the planet, 7,000+ subscribers and 3 million views are all things that made me realize how …important the work is that God has called me and many others to do in these times reaching the entire world with the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ! (Mark 16:15) God Bless you all for your faithful support in so many ways!
I am blessed to serve such an amazing almighty God and all the Glory is his! I have taken a while off to stregthen my walk with God and center everything I`m doing around his word and will! In the time away I have been baptized, and have been shown the direction I am to go in and thats why I have created a new YT channel(, FB page( Twitter Account ( and New Website ( Many big things coming for the Glory of God, and it will all kick off in the new year! Joey The Watchman will be covering everything happening around the world in regards to Bible Prophecy, in-depth Bible Study and Teachings, as well as a new weekly podcast every Friday Night, and much much more!
So I would just like to thank all of my brothers and sisters for being a part of this with me as we allow God to work in our lives and through us to stregthen the Body and shine Christ`s light of truth to a fallen world engulfed in darkness.  May all of you experience Blessings in all of your lives through this holiday season and into the new year and beyond! Much Love and Blessings to All in the name of the Almighty, most High God and divine son Yeshua Ha`Mashiach(Jesus Christ)! Sincerely, Joey B (Joey The Watchman)

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God Bless, Joey B

Meet your future FEMA camp: An actual prison rebranded as a refugee center

by: J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) Imagine, for a moment, that you have lost your home in a natural  disaster and with it most of your possessions. It’s wintertime, you live on the  East Coast, and your old neighborhood has been leveled. What cash you have is  being used for the most basic of necessities; you don’t have enough money to  move into a hotel and even if you did they are all full anyway.

You have  nowhere to go. You are completely reliant on the government for  subsistence.

Life is as bad as it can get – or is it?

You learn  that you will be moved from the miserable tent city where you are now being  housed to a new temporary facility that used to be, of all things, a  prison.

While some officials see this as the state making the best use of  available resources, others see it as a prelude of things to come, should  societal order break down at some point in the future.

‘They might as  well use it’

Life in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy is still dicey  for many New Yorkers and New Jerseyans who continue to suffer mightily in its  wake. With so many residents now homeless, the state of New York is considering  reopening the recently closed Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island  as a way to temporarily house people displaced by the storm and this past week’s  nasty winter storm, The New York Post reported.

The facility,  which was closed last December, served as a medium-security prison. Officials  say it has the capacity to feed and house as many as 900 people who now have  nowhere else to go.

“Our facilities staff have to go through it to  determine what it would take to get it up and running for such a purpose,” Peter  Cutler, a spokesman for the state Department of Corrections, told the  paper.

“Of course, the challenge is the fact that it was closed a year  ago and all of the major infrastructure components, such as boilers and  wastewater system, were deactivated,” he added.

As many as 40,000 New  Yorkers need shelter following the one-two punch of Sandy and the recent  nor’easter. On Staten Island alone, officials said, some 5,200 people have  applied for temporary FEMA housing, but like the FEMA in the wake of Hurricane  Katrina, the bureaucracy is painstakingly slow – only about two dozen people  have been successfully placed in housing, say federal officials, leaving us to  wonder if this agency’s historic bureaucratic inertia is still George W.  Bush’s fault.

At least the Post understands the irony of using a  former prison to house  post-storm refugees, saying such an arrangement may “resemble a scene out of  ‘The Walking Dead.'” But not everyone thinks it’s a bad idea.

“It’s  empty. They might as well use it,” said Rob Conigatti, 39, who lost his Dongan  Hills home and is now staying with his extended family. “At least they have the  right facilities. You can’t keep them in schools. The kids gotta go to  school.”

Note to self – Don’t rely on the government

A lot  of folks are staying in homes without power and heat and are merely riding out  the hard times. Others are staying with friends and family.

Many others;  however, don’t have such choices. So they have to take what they get,  essentially. In this case, they get FEMA.

“We have not got into the  discussion of longer term transitional housings,” said Councilman James Oddo  (R-SI). “If there is no other viable option, it shouldn’t be taken off the table  because of a quote unquote stigma. Between being cold and having people dry, in  a warm, secure place, I know what my choice is.”

But, of course, he  doesn’t really have to make that choice.

Some have firmly rejected the  notion. That includes Staten Island Borough President James Molinaro, according  to sources who spoke with the Post.

A number of residents hardest  hit by the storms feel the same way.

“I lost everything, but I still have  my pride. We don’t have to stay in a prison,” said Wally Martinez, 44, who is  staying at the Mount Manresa Jesuit Retreat House in Shore Acres with his wife,  two kids and family dog. “My brother was once in that very prison and my mother  used to visit him regularly. She used to tell me how miserable he looked and how  filthy and disgusting that prison was.”

If there is a better reason to be  prepared to take care of yourself in times of turmoil than having to rely on the  “charity” of government, we can’t think of one.



Attorneys: Obama’s secret cybersecurity law may allow ‘military deployment within the US’

The White House on Wednesday received a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request from two attorneys with the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), demanding that President Barack Obama release the text of what they called a “secret” new cyber security law that appears to enable “military deployment within the United States.”

The FOIA was filed in response to an article that appeared in The Washington Post this week, claiming that Obama issued a secret directive shortly before the elections that empowers the military to “vet any operations outside government and defense networks” for cyber security purposes.

However, because the exact text of the directive remains a secret, nobody can really say exactly what it does. That was somewhat disconcerting to American Civil Liberties Union legislative counsel Michelle Richardson, who told Raw Story on Wednesday that without the text, “it’s hard to see what they mean.” Raw Story


The potential of martial law became a topic actually discussed by Congress last year when lawmakers first considered provisions for this year’s National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA. Before the House and Senate agreed on including a section to the law letting the White House arrest and detain any U.S. citizen indefinitely without trial or charge, another provision was almost put on the books that would have essentially allowed for military rule during some situations. RT

The NDAA’s S. 1867 would “basically say in law for the first time that the homeland is part of the battlefield” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a supporter of the bill, said last year. RT

Opponents expressed concern about whether the government should impose cyber security mandates on private-sector infrastructure Relevant Products/Services operators and whether the military or Department of Homeland Security should take the lead in civilian cyber security.

A cyber security bill backed by the leader of the Senate Homeland Security committee was voted down for a second time on Nov. 14, probably kicking any possible congressional action on the issue into next year and setting the stage for an executive order aimed at bolstering critical infrastructure networks.

Senior defense officials have been extremely vocal this year in pushing for cyber security legislation, warning that unless something is done to increase the cyber security of America’s banks, utilities, energy companies, communications providers, and transportation firms, the nation faces a “cyber Pearl Harbor.”



ALSO SEE: Secretary of Defense: Will it Take a ‘Cyber Pearl Harbor’ to Break Congressional Deadlock?

What Does It Mean that Residents in All 50 States Have Filed Petitions to Secede?

By Washington’s

Secession:  Exploding Movement, Tempest In a Teapot … Or Something Else?

A lot of attention is being given to the fact that residents in all 50 states have filed petitions to secede from the United States.

Daily Caller reports:

By 6:00 a.m. EST Wednesday, more than 675,000 digital signatures appeared on 69 separate secession petitions covering all 50 states, according to a Daily Caller analysis of requests lodged with the White House’s “We the People” online petition system.


Petitions from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee and Texas residents have accrued at least 25,000 signatures, the number the Obama administration says it will reward with a staff review of online proposals. (RELATED: Will Texas secede? Petition triggers White House review)

The Texas petition leads all others by a wide margin.


States whose active petitions have not yet reached the 25,000 signature threshold include Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii,Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts,Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma,Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont,Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.


Fourteen states are represented by at least two competing petitions. The extra efforts from two states — Missouri and South Carolina — would add enough petitions to warrant reviews by the Obama administration if they were combined into petitions launched earlier.

Other states with multiple efforts include Alaska, California, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas,New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.

As Google notes, web searches for the term “secession” are being run in a number of states:

Conservatives – such as Judge Napolitano and Ron Paul –  say that the states have the right to secede.  And Texas governor Rick Perry said that Texas has a right to secede (although he counsels against it at the current time).

On the other hand, most liberals say that the Civil War ended the state’s right to secede.    Huffington Post is covering the wave of secession petitions … to ridicule them.

Daily Kos suggests that “secessionists can secede by renouncing their citizenship“.

As the Daily Caller notes, liberals have launched their own counter-petitions:

In a … nose-thumbing aimed at Texas’ conservative majority, progressives from the liberal state capital of Austin responded Monday with a petition to secede from their state if Texas as a whole should decide to leave the Union.

Late Tuesday a second group of Texans, this one from Houston, lodged their own White House petition. Secession-minded Texans, they wrote, “are mentally deficient and [we] do not want them representing us. We would like more education in our state to eradicate their disease.”


A group from El Paso, too, wants no part of an independent Texas. “Allow the city of El Paso to secede from the state of Texas,” their petition reads. “El Paso is tired of being a second class city within Texas.”

Yahoo News argues that the petitions are meaningless:

The petitions are little more than symbolic—and nothing new. Similar petitions were filed after the 2004 and 2008 elections.

Libertarian website Lew Rockwell argues in a piece by Ryan McMaken that nothing will come of the current secession attempts, but that the principle is important:

I have no illusions about this latest secession petition phenomenon. Nothing will directly come of this, and the people who are behind it are mostly people who would be singing “God Bless America” at the tops of their lungs had Mitt Romney been elected. On the other hand, it sure has a lot of people talking about secession, which shows that the idea of it remains an important part of the American political consciousness.


The Declaration makes a simple argument:

  1. Humans have rights from the Creator.
  2. Governments exist to secure those rights (a debatable assertion but we’ll roll with it).
  3. When the government fails to secure those rights, we can ditch it and start our own government.

That’s pretty much all it says. If you thought that was true in 1776, when tax rates were 1% and there was no such thing as a the EPA or the FBI or the IRS, why is it not true now? Because we’re so much more free now? And, no, the Declaration did not say that the government is free to violate rights as long as people get to vote on it.

The Declaration establishes that there’s no such thing as treason, and a free government requires the assumption of just secession. Lysander Spooner explains[:]

Thus the whole Revolution [of 1775–1783] turned upon, asserted, and, in theory, established, the right of each and every man, at his discretion, to release himself from the support of the government under which he had lived. And this principle was asserted, not as a right peculiar to themselves, or to that time, or as applicable only to the government then existing; but as a universal right of all men, at all times, and under all circumstances.

Ron Paul says that states have the right so secede … and predicts they will do so when the dollar collapses:

My take has been the same for many years … I believe that America – like the Soviet Union – may break up when corruption and tyranny lead to the break down of basic systems.

And see this and this.

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18+ states proposing seccession from the USA: Citizens Petitioning, could lead to civil unrest


Binge drinking traps the brain in permanent adolescence, research shows

Brisbane Times

Teenagers who binge drink risk trapping their brains in permanent adolescence and lay the groundwork for alcoholism, new research shows.


A new study has looked at the effect of excessive binge drinking during adolescence on a particular receptor in the brain. It found irreversibly altered the brain, keeping it in an adolescent state.

And the earlier in life someone starts bingeing, the worse the possible outcomes.

“Because it inhibits part of the brain’s development, binge drinking over time keeps people in an emotionally immature state,” Queensland University of Technology Professor Selena Bartlett says.

“This often leads to huge problems when in their 30s and 40s when people come face to face with the demands of life.”

Prof Bartlett says the human brain doesn’t fully develop until around age 25 and bingeing during adolescence modifies its circuits, preventing the brain from reaching maturity.

“During adolescence, the brain undergoes massive changes in the prefrontal cortex and areas linked to drug reward but alcohol disrupts this,” she says.

“The research, which was carried out on rats, suggests that during ageing, the brain’s delta opioid peptide receptor (DOP-R) activity turns down, but binge drinking causes the receptors to stay on, keeping it in an adolescent stage.

“The younger a child or teenager starts binge drinking and the more they drink, the worse the possible outcome for them.”

The recent trend to mix high-caffeine drinks with alcohol are making the problem even worse, Prof Bartlett says.

“Historically, a young person who’d had too much to drink might be sick, pass out or have fallen to sleep but now the high-caffeine drinks keep them awake longer enabling them to drink even more,” she said.

Prof Bartlett’s research was published in The Journal of Neuroscience.

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