WEB Notes: Millions and millions of your tax dollars have been sent to fund the proxy war raging in Syria. Funding terrorists to overthrow the Syrian government which is supported by the citizens of it.
As we have said many times now, you cannot have a new world order government if the current world order is healthy. It simply will not happen. There has to be a crisis in order for the world to agree to form a new system. Much of the world is ready to do that right now, but we are not there just yet.
WEB Notes: The media has been telling us the economy is improving to make way for interest rate hikes. The marginal gain in jobs is seasonal.
WEB Notes: This is a part of the problem. We do not need new bills and more so called laws. The Constitution does not give room for endless wars like the US engages in today, nor does it give room for regime change operations all over the globe so all that needs to be done is to enforce the laws already on the books. Creating new laws only creates an atmosphere of false hope for the people. New bills will contain more trash and enable more law breaking. A new bill in of itself like this is in fact a violation of the law.
Emerging reports from Western mainstream outlets are now provoking a flurry of accusations and denials from Western, Russian, and African states regarding the allegation that Russia has deployed Special Forces troops to Western Egypt in support of one of the Libyan factions vying for control of the country.
WEB Notes: The joys of a public education. Parents do your part by limiting children’s electronic use; tablets etc. They can be good education tools, but do not allow them to be abused. The great outdoors are a fantastic way to learn about things in life with true experiences.
WEB Notes: So what else is new? This is what happens when you remove God from a nation, its starts to fracture everywhere. The bigger issue here would be those in power breaking the laws of the land. But it is so common today, few even notice or even realize it.
Sri Lanka is enduring its worst drought in decades and worst harvest in 40 years, affecting more than 1.2 million people. Of them, over 600 000 are children.