The global economy will suffer “a shock” if Britain votes to leave the European Union, the world’s 20 leading nations have warned.
WEB Notes: The first paragraph below, we know that is how they all feel. We see the globalism. What is more revealing is the second paragraph below. ‘America is not a single issue country.’ Translation: Globalism. The bank quote is interesting as well. “Our” politicians do not have our best interests at heart.
WEB Notes: Ol Bibi has defiantly given the green light to homosexuality in his nation. We further documented that in our article titled, “Signs, Seasons and the Escalation of Events in 2015“.
An uncontrollable radioactive flow from the Indian Point nuclear power plant continues leaking into groundwater, which leads to the Hudson River, raising the specter of a Fukushima-like disaster only 25 miles from New York City.
Syrian Army killed more than 30 militants of Daesh jihadist group, repulsing attacks of the terrorists in the western Syrian province of Hama, local media reported.
Russia has grounded its warplanes in Syria to help secure a cease-fire brokered by Moscow and Washington that entered into force Saturday, a top military official said.
WEB Notes: Your president, “Our 66-nation coalition, including our Arab partners, continues to grow stronger. More nations are making contributions. Every day, our air campaign – more than 10,000 strikes so far – continues to destroy ISIL forces. And we continue to go after ISIL leaders and commanders – taking them out, day in, day out, one after another after another.”
Again, we are led to believe 66 nations and 10,000 airstrikes cannot defeat a terrorist organization? This is huge my friends and makes it obvious big dollars are behind ISIS. Western Dollars and those who go along with their globalist agenda.
WEB Notes: Between this type of news, the new humanoid robot and virtual reality the world is not headed for the better. Technology is to be used as a tool to help us. Not replace us and not to occupy all of our time.
Finance officials of the world’s biggest economies promised Saturday to use “all tools” to shore up sagging global growth and to avoid devaluing their currencies to boost exports, but made no pledges of joint action.