The WEF reveals the agenda for Davos 2023

SWITZERLAND - This year’s event was titled “History at a Turning Point” and we all remember when the Swiss Military were ordered to protect Schwab and the Global Elites with 5,000 troops. Schwab also warned those who trivialized or hijacked the event’s key messages, like the often-mentioned Great Reset, that they would be treated with contempt. At the key note address Klaus Schwab said: “This war is really a turning point in history, and it will ‘reshape’ our political and economic landscape in the coming years.”

EU suffering from Ukraine conflict more than US

EUROPE - The impact of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine is harsher on the EU than on the US, European Council President Charles Michel has admitted. According to Michel, security ties between Brussels and Washington have strengthened since the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, in which the West is backing Kiev. “There’s unprecedented coordination on the war in Ukraine,” he said in an interview with Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera on Saturday.

'Europe isn’t strong enough’

EUROPE - Western European countries would be in a dangerous place now if it were not for the role the US is playing in the Ukraine conflict, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin claimed on Friday. She also urged Helsinki's partners to ramp up efforts to build defense capabilities.

EU must ‘take action’ against US

EUROPE - European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen warned on Sunday that to be able to compete with the US’ government-subsidized green industry, the EU must “take action” and step up state aid to its own companies. Signed into law by President Joe Biden in August, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is – despite its name – a $738 billion spending package that allocates $391 billion toward green energy and climate-friendly industry projects, including $270 billion in tax incentives. Initially lauded by liberals on both sides of the Atlantic, von der Leyen now sees the act as a threat to Europe’s industry.

More people are dying destitute on the streets of Wales

WALES - The number of homeless people dying on the streets hit an all time high last year, new figures have shown. Some 41 homeless people died in Wales according to the latest data from the Office for National Statistics, almost double that of the year before. The previous year, in 2020, there had been just 22 deaths of homeless people across all of Wales. Last year an estimated 741 homeless people died in England and Wales. That's 54% higher than when records began in 2013, and equates to two people dying every day.

'I go a week each month without money'

WALES - "I've lived here all my life. I've noticed all the prices going up – it's a huge crisis really. We used to be able to get at least everything for nearly £60. I've noticed chicken chargrills have gone from £2.50 to nearly £5 and at the Morrisons deli they used to charge £2.95 and it's gone up to £4.25."

South Korea can’t pay people enough to have a baby

SOUTH KOREA - The season of baby fairs is here once again in South Korea. Busy, noisy affairs held in cavernous conference halls where hundreds of vendors try to sell expectant parents everything they could possibly desire for their new bundle of joy – and plenty of other things they never knew they needed.

CHINA: A Beta Test for the New World Order

CHINA - Remember all those covid cultists who were cheering for China last year? Remember when they claimed that China was a perfect example on why lockdowns are necessary and proof that they work? China’s economy is now in freefall with their manufacturing base under extreme stress from the mandates. Furthermore, it would appear that the Chinese populace is finally fed up with the draconian conditions and are rising up in revolt.

Chinese anti-lockdown protesters earn the praise that eluded their Western peers

CHINA - Establishment politicians and media outlets have praised the ‘freedom-loving’ Chinese, after demonizing those who spoke out against their own lockdowns. “It’s really important that citizens be able to make themselves heard, that they are protesting on a specific issue that touches on so many others – of government control of authoritarian states – we, of course, stand with those protesters,” Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said this week in response to the ongoing protests in China against the government’s zero-Covid policy.

Switzerland Mulling Bans on Electric Car Use

SWITZERLAND - As a result of the ongoing energy crisis throughout Europe, Switzerland is considering a ban on the use of electric cars for non-essential purposes. Owners of Teslas, Volts, and other electric cars in Switzerland may soon find themselves taking the bus, with the country reportedly considering a partial ban on using EVs as part of a host of measures aimed at saving electricity. Like a whole host of other European nations, Switzerland’s energy situation is being significantly stressed as a result of Russia largely pulling out of Europe’s energy market, with the country seeming particularly concerned about its supply of electricity.

Foolish Decision to Close Britain’s Biggest Gas Storage Site Reversed

UK - Rough, a gigantic British gas storage facility in the North Sea which the government allowed to go to the wall in 2017, is being gradually brought back to life as the energy crisis bites. North Sea gas storage site Rough had accounted for an astonishing 70 per cent of Britain’s relatively unimpressive gas storage capacity at the time of its closure — a strategic resilience issue in itself, given the ‘all eggs in one basket’ situation it left the country in — with operator Centrica estimating the loss of the “cushion” energy supply it provided ended up costing customers around £88 each, or £2.4 billion in total, last winter.

Roubini Warns "The Mother Of All Economic Crises Looms"

USA - The world economy is lurching toward an unprecedented confluence of economic, financial, and debt crises, following the explosion of deficits, borrowing, and leverage in recent decades. In the private sector, the mountain of debt includes that of households (such as mortgages, credit cards, auto loans, student loans, personal loans), businesses and corporations (bank loans, bond debt, and private debt), and the financial sector (liabilities of bank and nonbank institutions). In the public sector, it includes central, provincial, and local government bonds and other formal liabilities, as well as implicit debts such as unfunded liabilities from pay-as-you-go pension schemes and health-care systems – all of which will continue to grow as societies age.

Ben Gvir's moves on Temple Mount could spark intifada

ISRAEL - Outgoing Public Security Minister Omer Barlev warned Thursday that his successor could spark widescale Palestinian unrest if he tries to change the status quo at Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. Far-right MK Itamar Ben Gvir, set to take over the post in the coming weeks, has been a frequent critic of regulations at the Jerusalem holy site.

A ruinous and strict green agenda

UK - As with many of the crises facing Britain, the government would have the public believe that Russia and Vladimir Putin should be blamed for the energy crunch, but Britain’s especially parlous situation — despite the fact it imports little Russian gas directly — can be attributed in large part to years of mismanagement by Conservative Party-led governments.

The Developing World May Fall Into Energy Poverty Due To Europe's Increasing Demand

EUROPE - Due to the decline in Russian imports, the European Union is currently experiencing an energy crisis. The developing world may fall into energy poverty due to Europe’s increasing demand. According to a Credit Suisse energy analyst quoted by Bloomberg on Tuesday, the EU energy crisis would undoubtedly result in energy poverty in developing nations. “Europe is sucking gas away from other countries whatever the cost,” Saul Kavonic told the media.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)