How is our societal programming affecting our sense of reason? Why don’t the facts matter in so many cases and with so many people? Countries all over the globe are maneuvering and preparing for the coming overturning of the reality we have known. An increasing number of countries are finally disconnecting from the US petrodollar, they have had enough of supporting the primary global empire of America. How many Americans have any idea about the totality of what is unfolding around the world? Where do the millions of tons of toxic Hurricane disaster waste materials go? Wildfires and weather whiplash both continue to become ever more extreme, especially in the most industrialized nations that have the largest militaries and thus the largest geoengineering operations. What will be the next big power structure shoe to drop?
Islamic schools including those funded by the British government and private institutions are forcing children — some of whom are very young — to wear the Islamic Hijab as part of their uniform code.
Dozens of NFL players for the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars showed a unified front on Sunday and kneeled as the national anthem played during the start of their game in London, defying President Trump’s attacks on the league’s athletes.
China may have poured billions into making its universities more globally competitive, but its idea of a quality education is guided more than ever by the Communist Party.
A magnitude 5.7 earthquake has struck off the coast of Chiapas, Mexico, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC).
The United Nations has been under public scrutiny for quite some time now, and for good reason. Sexual abuse is a recurring problem in the organization, with numerous UN peacekeepers being accused of sexually assaulting the very people to whom they were meant to provide aid and protection. What’s worse, the organization often sweeps these cases under the rug rather than addressing them head on.
Earthquake warning sirens are currently sounding in Mexico City while the head of the city government has advised that emergency protocols have been activated following a 6.4 temblor in the city of Ixtepec in the southern state of Oaxaca.
The initial quake was quickly followed by a second one coming in at a magnitude of 5.6, which hit closer to shore, the USGS said.
For the record: No, the world isn’t ending this Saturday (but yes, humanity will destroy itself soon enough)
Despite the popular predictions of some prophecy-minded groups, the world isn’t ending this Saturday. I fully realize many people will be seriously disappointed by such a notion, because it means that all the problems you have to deal with today will still be there for you to deal with on Monday. While the idea of a “cosmic reboot” instantly eliminating all the world’s problems and sorting out the good from the bad in a grand gesture of divine judgement might appeal to a great many people, I suspect that God’s plan for you won’t be so easy to complete.
Viewers across Southern California have received an apocalyptic warning from their TV sets during a morning broadcast which was interrupted by an ominous voice promising “extremely violent times” to come.
“Victim’s father approached local police and informed them about the incident; however police seems reluctant to take action against the alleged assaulters.”
Hurricane Maria barreled toward the Turks and Caicos on Friday after lashing Puerto Rico and other Caribbean islands with winds and rain that destroyed homes, caused flooding, devastated economies, and left at least 32 people dead.
It’s Jesus Himself who exposes the bankruptcy of this self-righteous mindset, yet He does it in the most unexpected way.
In yet another escalation in the war of words between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the POTUS has once again taken to Twitter to call out the ‘Rogue state.’
An 18-year-old migrant from Afghanistan has been arrested in the Austrian capital of Vienna after police alleged he stabbed his own 14-year-old sister to death in an apparent honour killing.
President Trump took executive action on Thursday to crack down on individuals, banks, and businesses that are involved in trade with North Korea, as his administration seeks to further pressure Pyongyang into abandoning its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
Facebook users in Germany complained about seeing posts from far-right groups so often that the social media platform temporarily turned off a a feature that allows people to discover news stories, USA Today reports.
Czech President Milos Zeman criticized Donald Trump for lecturing “misbehaving” countries during his address to the UN, and says that the international community should be based on parity – not “masters and students.”
An annual craft beer festival held in Malaysia has been canceled following protests from Islamists and security concerns.
Moscow has warned the US that if militias it supports in northeast Syria again attack positions of pro-government forces backed by Russia, the Russian military will use all its force to retaliate.