WEB Notes: A lot of history has been made this last week. We saw the FARC rebels in Columbia and their government finally agree to peace after more than 50 years of war. Now we have more peace between the US and Columbia.

The world is not on the verge of a big group hug however. We are seeing the continued consolidation of powers. We continue to see and hear about the global financial systems troubles which are by design. The current world order must crash before the new one will come together.

The children of Satan continue their tactics of dividing the people. A tactic that works flawless for them. Even the people who are of one accord can be easily divided. We are to be wiser than the serpent, but the people just cannot pull it off. However, our Father always has the victory and if we stand by Him we will take part in that.

President Obama on Tuesday nominated the first United States ambassador to Cuba in more than a half-century, defying opponents of his policy of rapprochement with the government of President Raúl Castro in an effort to further cement a new relationship between the countries before he leaves office.

Mr. Obama selected Jeffrey DeLaurentis, a career Foreign Service officer who has served since 2014 as chief of mission for the United States in Havana, to fill the post. He will have to be confirmed by the Senate, where Mr. Obama’s efforts to repair relations with Havana have been met with Republican resistance.

Source: Obama Nominates First Ambassador to Cuba in Over 50 Years – The New York Times



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