The United Nations “Human Rights Council,” which counts some of the world’s most ruthless dictatorships as members, sparked global outrage last week by voting to appoint a UN czar to oversee the normalization of homosexuality and transgenderism around the world. In the crosshairs are religious and moral views that reject homosexual behavior as sinful, as well as objective reality and biological facts that until recent years were taken for granted. The deeply controversial scheme was pushed through by communist and socialist rulers with fervent support from the Obama administration, which for years has been lawlessly using American tax dollars and diplomatic resources to bribe and bully foreign governments into compliance with the radical agenda. But there was a great deal of opposition, and criticism of the UN extremism is growing.
Archaeologists excavating a Roman-era synagogue at the site of Huqoq, Israel, have uncovered two new panels of a mosaic floor with instantly identifiable subjects—Noah’s ark, and the parting of the Red Sea during the Israelite exodus from Egypt.
WEB Notes: One day you read how the two are close to war and the next you hear about them working together. We have been posting articles about them working together for a year now. Nothing has changed. If there ever is a conflict between these two it will be short in nature and will be needed by the children of Satan to further their agenda, but right now I just do not see it. Look at the fruit, look at the actions and for the last year or more we see Russia and the U.S. working together in Syria. What is changing in Syria? Assad’s country is being destroyed and the terrorists seem to get stronger. That sort of pins down who is on who’s side.
WEB Notes: Deutsche is struggling there is no doubt about it. What is also interesting is other banks are looking to offload these debts in the shipping sector as well as shipping continues at a record low rate.
Roughly 20 veterans a day commit suicide nationwide, according to new data from the Department of Veterans Affairs — a figure that dispels the often quoted, but problematic, “22 a day” estimate yet solidifies the disturbing mental health crisis the number implied.