WEB Notes: If you read the article they talk about how a move away from globalism would be a set back for the world over all. While it would be good for you and I, it would be bad for the children of Satan’s control over the world. Since they already control the entire banking system and most countries, no nation is going to be able to go against their will. Nevertheless, there will be a planned collapse of the current global structure we know today which will give rise to a new world order. No matter how it all goes down the cause will be blamed on the governments of the world and it has been now for sometime already.
The Obama administration made good on an ultimatum Monday and withdrew its cooperation with Russia over Syria, while Moscow suspended a key nuclear weapons treaty it had signed with Washington more than a decade ago.
WEB Notes: Some sites are hyping this annual event and wrongly linking it to the supposed break in ties between Russia and the US in Syria.
Turkey announced Monday that it is extending a three-month-long state of emergency, declared after the country’s failed military coup, by a further three months as it presses ahead with a massive crackdown on a movement led by U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
A US bill allowing the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for damages has prompted an Iraqi lobby group to push the parliament for a law seeking compensation for the American invasion of the country, citing “violations by US forces.”
WEB Notes: It would be interesting to see who funds these studies and the exact metrics that are used. While I do not think the US is as free as it once was, notice the US falls to 15th in freedom. Yet in health they are 1st. I have a hard time buying that one considering the size of people these days. I think our diets in this nation have caused more than a little of our problems.
Gun sales hit the 17th consecutive monthly record in September according to FBI data released on Monday, and overall sales are up 27 percent compared to the same period last year.
At least 15 Turkish and US-backed Syrian rebels have been killed in fighting as the opposition edges closer towards Dabiq, an Isis village in northern Syria of great importance to the terror group’s ideology. “If matters proceed as planned, within 48 hours we will be in Dabiq,” Ahmed Osman, commander of the Sultan Murad Free Syrian Army (FSA) group, told Reuters on Monday.
At the height of one of the worst months for Christians under Islam, June, 2016, both the U.S. government and “mainstream” media continued to ignore the plight of Christians.