There is simply no denying it - the birth pains have increased dramatically in intensity and in severity. We already know the comforting scriptures give in Luke 21:28-31 - intended to give us comfort in these times. Things are coming together - if you can't see it, then you can feel it. It's in the air. It's in the news. It's in the prophetic scriptures.
The globalists began to see things slipping away when the UK decided to leave the EU - at a time that coincides with the general awakening by more and more people - mainly due to the alternative media.
It has become obvious - that rather than retreating or regrouping, the globalists have decided to double-down. None of what is happening is by accident - there are no coincidences at this stage. Remember their motto "From Chaos comes control". Indeed.
In brief: It's on. Be ready.
President Barack Obama is harnessing the increasing attacks on police — and the periodic shootings of people by stressed cops — to push his agenda to federalize state and local police forces.
“I want to start moving on constructive actions that are actually going to make a difference,” he said during his evening press conference in Poland when he was asked about the Dallas attack.
Those actions, he said, would be based on the recommendations of the panel that he picked after the 2014 street riots in Ferguson, Missouri. The panel offered “practical concrete solutions that can reduce — if not eliminate — the problems of racial bias,” Obama said.
The dramatic shootings are an opportunity to push that agenda, Obama said. “If my voice has been true and positive, my hope would be that… [the panel] surfaces problems, it frames them, it allows us to wrestle with these issue and try to come up with practical solutions,” he said.
Obama began touting the panel’s recommendations in March 2015. The report, titled “President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Report,” was published in May 2015.
The report urges the federal government to federalize police training and practices, via the use of federal lawsuits, grants and threats to cut federal aid. So far, Obama’s deputies have cajoled and sued more than 30 police jurisdictions to adopt federal rules in a slow-motion creation of a national police system, similar to the slow-motion creation of a federal-run health-sector via Obamacare.
Protests against the shootings of two black men by police officers shut down main arteries in a number of U.S. cities on Saturday, leading to numerous arrests, scuffles and injuries in confrontations between police and demonstrators.
Undeterred by heightened concerns about safety at protests after a lone gunman killed five police officers in Dallas Thursday night, organizers went ahead with marches in the biggest metropolis, New York City, and Washington D.C., the nation's capital, among other cities.
It was the third straight day of widespread protests after the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, 37, by police in Baton Rouge on Tuesday and the death of Philando Castile, 32, on Wednesday night in a St. Paul, Minnesota suburb, cities which both saw heated protests on Saturday.
On Saturday evening, hundreds of protesters shut down I-94, a major thoroughfare linking the Twin Cities, snarling traffic.
Protesters, told to disperse, threw rocks, bottles and construction rebar at officers, injuring at least three, St. Paul police said. Police made arrests and used smoke bombs and marking rounds to disperse the crowd.
FBI warning of a cop 'purge' in Louisiana raises tensions during Baton Rouge protest | Daily Mail Online
- Protests over the police shootings of two black men continued for a fifth night in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- The heated confrontation saw lines of police officers come face-to-face with huge crowds of demonstrators
- Police were on high alert after FBI issues warnings of social media posts planning a cop-killing 'purge' in the city
- Street seller Alton Sterling was pinned down and shot by two white Baton Rouge officers on Tuesday morning
- Fireworks and rocks were thrown at police, injuring three, in St Paul, Minnesota, where Philando Castile was killed
- Protests raged on across the country, in New York, San Francisco, Denver, Florida, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
Protests over the police shootings of two black men have raged on for a fifth night, with officers on edge after warnings spread of a planned cop-killing 'purge'.
Angry demonstrations continued in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where street seller Alton Sterling was pinned down and shot by two white police officers on Tuesday morning.
Marches and vigils have taken place every night since then and continued earlier on Saturday, with furious protesters confronting - and being arrested - by armed police.
The heated confrontation saw lines of police officers come face-to-face with huge crowds of demonstrators, with protest leaders stepping in between the two packs to appeal for calm in scenes that harked back to the civil rights movement.
Officers were on high alert after the FBI noticed social media posts warning of a 'Baton Rouge Purge' throughout Saturday night. According to the rumors, there was just one rule to the violence: 'Kill every police.'
Fireworks and rocks were thrown at police in St Paul, Minnesota - where Philando Castile was killed by police - as protests turned violent there. Three cops were injured.
There were more protests across the country, with demonstrations against police brutality in New York, San Francisco, Denver, Florida, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City and Rhode Island.
They will never, ever stop. And each and every event—whether disaster, tragedy, or atrocity—will always be fodder for their political machinations, fed into the liberal-fascist machine like fuel.
President Barack Obama is harnessing the increasing attacks on police — and the periodic shootings of people by stressed cops — to push his agenda to federalize state and local police forces.“I want to start moving on constructive actions that are actually going to make a difference,” he said during his evening press conference in Poland when he was asked about the Dallas attack.Those actions, he said, would be based on the recommendations of the panel that he picked after the 2014 street riots in Ferguson, Missouri. The panel offered “practical concrete solutions that can reduce — if not eliminate — the problems of racial bias,” Obama said.
News flash, Progressivist manipulator: you will never, ever eliminate the “problems of racial bias.” Not ever, no matter how many misguided and ineffectual laws you pass, federal bureaucracies you create, or storm troopers you unleash on us. It’s one of the more immutable parts of human nature, and it isn’t going away no matter how strongly you believe in an overall superiority which grants you some sort of Divine Mandate to tinker with it.
The report urges the federal government to federalize police training and practices, via the use of federal lawsuits, grants and threats to cut federal aid.
Or, in other words, all of the usual from the liberal-fascist playbook: federal threats, bribery, and blackmail. The origins of the Constitution’s withering and eventual death are to be found not in some sudden catastrophic event, but in the formerly sovereign States’ insidiously slow-growing dependence on mass infusions of Leviathan cash. Ironic, isn’t it, that the origins of that go back to the South’s defeat in the Civil War and the resulting end of the entire concept of States’ Rights—one of the bedrock ideas the Founders had for establishing a national government in the first place.
The federal gummint didn’t conquer or subjugate us all into our current status of federal chattel, not directly. It didn’t have to. It hooked us on the toxic nectar from the federal sugar-tit instead. It didn’t force us to our knees; it asked us, with the implicit threat left unstated, and we willingly knelt.
Say what you will about the hideous nature of what John C Calhoun (among others) dubbed the “Peculiar Institution”; hell, I’ll happily and wholeheartedly agree with you. I won’t even argue that Lincoln wasn’t a national savior of a sort and a great man, nor will I make the usual Unreconstructed Southerner’sargument that slavery wasn’t the prime cause of the war to start with. But there was some pretty dark stuff to come oozing out of the winning side in that conflict too, and we’re only just beginning to see the poison in it. Guess that’s just the nature of deep wounds, both personal and national.
Members of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) do not support the deployment of the NATO missile defense system in Eastern Europe and views it as a step towards an arms race. This was stated by chairman of the SPD faction in the Bundestag Rolf Mützenich in an interview with Frankfurter Rundschau.
According to the politician, the decision to deploy a missile defense system is premature and inappropriate, taking into account the fact that Moscow perceives this move as a provocation.
"Russia takes this NATO decision as directed against it, and has all reasons for this," he said.
From the perspective of the SPD, NATO countries should seek dialogue with Russia in accordance with international rules and reach an agreement on missile defense instead of starting the next stage of the arms race. According to him, the West should find a balance between ensuring military security and maintaining cooperation with Moscow.
At the NATO summit in Warsaw that took place on July 8-9, the members of the alliance decided to deploy four multinational battalions in the Baltic states and Poland as well as ballistic missile defense systems (BMDS) in Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Turkey and Spain.
Russia, for its part, has repeatedly warned that Moscow will prepare an adequate response to the NATO military build-up near Russian borders.
The fatal flaw of the European Union has been its leaders’ assumption that human beings and nations can be regulated and managed as easily and thoroughly as cabbages are grown, bought and sold.
Reductionism is always the Achilles heel of ideological zealots, who in the case of Brussels’ bureaucrats, are committed to a solely materialist view of humanity and nations. We have seen the “successes” of the materialist view of humanity and nations in the past, most notably in the form of communist ideology, which purportedly would end all class structures and therefore all wars, as class struggle due to economic inequality was the chief cause of violence. End the class system and establish equality, especially economic equality, and peace would ensue.
The ideology behind the EU is also materialist in nature, and therefore very similar to that of communist and socialist beliefs. “Equality” is the goal, with the accompanying postulation that the end of nation states is a realistic solution to the internecine wars that have afflicted Europe, especially the wars of the twentieth century. Nations are seen as the cause of violence, and as such inherently evil. End national identities as once classes were to be eliminated; and establish a super state which encourages uniformity of nations along with the obliteration of differences among humans, and peace will reign. Laws and regulations for the economic union would establish equality among humans, tribes and nations as surely as one can establish the proper l
The push for uniformity also ensures the erasure of national memory; which in turn means the erasure of identity as Europeans have traditionally known identity. Which leads to the next point; namely, the erasure of Western history, as the erasure of national identity ensures the past will drop into a memory hole while the present and future are written in terms acceptable to the globalist EU.
Which brings us to the next point; namely, the totally reductionist secularist ideology of the EU rids individuals and nations of memory, faith and hope, as it is centered only on the idea of humans as economic units who are to be pushed around on a chessboard by faceless bureaucrats.
The post-Brexit ‘conversation’ in Britain is taking on grotesque proportions. Nobody seems to know how to react, at least not in a rational manner. They all look to be stuck in phase one of Kübler Ross’s Five Stages of Grief, i.e. Denial. Phase two is supposed to be Anger, and while there’s plenty of that, the shape it takes makes one think Angry Denial, instead of a progression between phases.
That is to say, I don’t think I’ve seen one voice expressing anger at themselves. It’s all somebody else’s fault. And it just keeps going. After Farage, Johnson, Gove et al had been blamed for all there’s wrong with everyone else’s lives, now the anger is pointed at the two women who are supposed to be competing for the poisoned chalice of UK prime minister. That both belong to the clique which has just been voted down 2 weeks ago doesn’t seem to bother anyone. That is not smart.
But if you must insist on calling 17 million of your neighbors ‘racist’ and ‘stupid’ just to feel better about yourself, perhaps there’s no denying that the Five Stages insist on taking their time. Problem with that is there is no such time, before you know what’s happened the nation will be stuck with another ‘leader’ that far too many people are not going to be listening to. A game of ‘who said what about whom’ is not helping.
A main issue would seem to be the Anglo(-Saxon) disease version 2.0, as I label it: whereas numerous countries around the world have seen new political parties rise to the fore, Britain, the US, Australia etc. are sticking with the same old same old, even if that makes them essentially ungovernable. What Britain needs is Podemos or a Five-Star movement, and so do the US, Canada, Australia.
The global economic system is now collapsing so overtly that nothing incumbent powers do can hide it any longer. A more flexible system, and a less ‘let’s stick with what we got’ view of life, can be very helpful during times like these, because they can ease the friction of established powers losing their power, no matter how painful that process still will be.
Nearly sixty years ago, I was seated comfortably in the Morrison Library at U.C. Berkeley. Oblivious to the luxury around me, I was fascinated by an essay I was reading.
The essayist was reacting to the recent renewal of the old Basque separatist movement. He predicted that there would be many similar movements in the future. He proposed that several apparently stable countries will likely break apart. Indeed, such has subsequently happened, and the forces of disintegration continue. Witness Brexit.
Since that essay was written, Yugoslavia shattered into its Balkan constituents, with brutal war to follow. The Soviet Union collapsed into its many former republics, and the Eastern European countries regained their independence. Czechoslovakia then divided into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Eritrea broke off from Ethiopia. Today, the Kurds are trying to establish an independent Kurdistan, and Syria has bloodily disintegrated into its tribal regions.
And now Britain has voted to secede from the European Union.
An empire is a group of nations bound together by a centralized governing force and common laws. Thus, many countries are, in fact, empires. On a larger scale, the European Union, we now see, is an empire.
To understand why Britain is breaking away from the EU, we must look more closely at empires and nations. Each has its advantages and liabilities. There are centripetal forces that bring together nations and centrifugal forces that cause them to separate. History provides a record of the oscillations between these two conditions.
But there is a deeper issue. The EU is progressively imposing true tyranny. The European Union has a parliament, but this body is powerless. It cannot propose laws. It cannot even effectively modify, or veto, laws proposed by an unelected committee without the committee's permission. The EU Parliament is merely a debating society.
The real power in the EU lies in the hands of unelected functionaries and bureaucrats. These institute laws and regulations that often override the laws passed by the member nations. The British Parliament is increasingly powerless. Some of the regulations imposed by the EU are comical: bananas and cucumbers must adhere to curvature standards. The English dearly love their electrical tea kettles, but these were temporarily outlawed. The tea kettle rebellion, all by itself, was a significant contributor to Brexit.
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