The European Parliament threatens to sue the European Commission

EUROPE - The repercussions over Poland’s unwillingness to adhere to European law are increasing by the day, with the EU leaders divided and its institutions at war. However the situation is resolved, it’s proving very damaging to the bloc. Poland’s refusal to bow to European Union pressure has revealed a fissure at the heart of the bloc. Brussels simply does not know how to proceed in its battle with Poland over the supremacy of EU law. Some want the Poles punished now, others want more negotiations, while Hungary is steadfastly standing by its ally.

Vladimir Putin slams 'monstrous' West

RUSSIA - Vladimir Putin has claimed it is 'monstrous' that Western children are taught that they can change their gender. The Russian President, speaking in Sochi, said it is 'close to a crime against humanity' for young boys and girls to learn about becoming transgender. The Kremlin leader said: 'It is terrible when children in the West are taught the idea that a boy can become a girl.'

'Embarrassing' Glasgow city full of 'rubbish and rats' prior to COP26

UK - BBC Question Time took an embarrassing turn when several Glasgonians in the audience mentioned the city's current rubbish collection issues and rat infestation. All eyes will be set on Glasgow at the end of the month as the city will host the global COP26 summit. But the leaders, media, lobbyists and influential people in attendance might have a surprise when reaching the Scottish city. As explained by three different members of the audience on BBC Question Time, international travellers should expect to see a town full of “rubbish and rats.” According to one Glasgonian audience member, the pandemic has heavily impacted the city’s cleaning services to the extent that she thinks it will be “embarrassing” for Glasgow to be “portrayed on the world’s stage” with uncollected waste in its streets. The leader of the Scottish Labour Party also mentioned that strikes from public service workers are scheduled in two weeks. He also claimed other services would go on strike such as bus drivers.

Unvaccinated Canadians become social outcasts

CANADA - In Canada, the supposedly benevolent country that prides itself on inclusivity, Covid totalitarianism has become unavoidably apparent, with its decision that soon only the fully vaccinated can travel. Vaccine mandates have also been imposed on healthcare workers, municipal employees and federal public servants. Basically, as part of what PM Justin Trudeau called one of the world’s strictest vaccine-mandate policies, unjabbed Canadians are being increasingly restricted/excluded not only from work, but from social life as well. Supposedly, this is done for their well-being and health. I argue, though, that it’s nothing but “medical fascism.”

Germany, 4 EU states launch military reaction force initiative

GERMANY - Germany and four members of the European Union have launched an initiative to establish a bloc-wide rapid reaction force for future military crises, the German news agency dpa reported on Thursday. The initiative, which also draws in Finland, the Netherlands, Portugal and Slovenia, aims to expand the existing EU battle groups, which are multinational military units of 1,500 personnel each on standby to respond to crises. The new force is expected to include space and cyber capabilities, along with special forces and air transport. In order to provide greater flexibility,the five states also proposed using Article 44 of the EU Treaty, which has never been activated before. The article allows coalitions of willing member states to carry out security activities with the permission of other non-participating countries.

Backflip: White House Contradicts Joe Biden’s Promise to Defend Taiwan

USA - President Joe Biden on Thursday night promised the US stands behind Taiwan’s defense and had a commitment to militarily support the island China claims for itself. The White House was forced to hastily issue a different, contradictory statement before the evening was out. The Guardian reports the White House subsequently told reporters later Thursday evening US policy on Taiwan was nothing like that described by the president.

World Economic Forum to launch ‘great narrative’

SWITZERLAND - The World Economic Forum (WEF) is looking to establish a “great narrative” following the great reset agenda with the upcoming launch of the “Great Narrative” initiative. In establishing a great narrative, the WEF is looking to assert an authoritative storyline to convince people why they need a great reset of society and the global economy.

The Great New Normal Purge

USA - So, the Great New Normal Purge has begun … right on cue, right by the numbers. As we “paranoid conspiracy theorists” have been warning would happen for the past 18 months, people who refuse to convert to the new official ideology are now being segregated, stripped of their jobs, banned from attending schools, denied medical treatment, and otherwise persecuted. Relentless official propaganda demonizing “the Unvaccinated” is being pumped out by the corporate and state media, government leaders, health officials, and shrieking fanatics on social media. “The Unvaccinated” are the new official “Untermenschen,” an underclass of subhuman “others” the New Normal masses are being conditioned to hate. You can see the hatred in the New Normals’ eyes … But it isn’t just a purge of “the Unvaccinated.” Anyone deviating from the official ideology is being systematically demonized and persecuted.

US State Department to celebrate and educate on International Pronouns Day

USA - The US State Department has left critics wondering about its priorities after its Twitter account took time to educate people on the use of preferred pronouns while marking International Pronouns Day. “Today on International Pronouns Day, we share why many people list pronouns on their email and social media profiles,” the government agency’s Twitter account posted on Wednesday.

Trying to persuade Brits to stop eating meat to ward off climate change is political suicide

UK - UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has increasingly been embracing green policies, but the suggestion that Brits are to be pushed towards going veggie by heavy taxing of meat is a ridiculous – and dangerous – step too far. According to a new UK government research paper, there needs to be “significant behavioural change” to combat the so-called ‘climate crisis’. The document, titled ‘Net Zero’, suggests that in years to come, Brits will have to reduce their demand for high-carbon activities such as flying and – get this – eating meat! PM Boris Johnson, who has been on a bizarre ‘road to Damascus’ climate conversion in recent times, must be drinking some strong herbal tea if he thinks a policy like eating less meat is going to go down well with the British public. Does he really think working-class Brits are going to give up their Saturday morning bacon butties for man-made climate change?

Modi Invites Bennett for First Official India Visit

ISRAEL - Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has been invited by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a first official visit. The invitation was extended on Wednesday by India's Foreign Minister Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, who is visiting Israel. Jaishankar met with Bennett in Jerusalem, where the two discussed the strategic pact between the two countries, as well as "expanding bilateral ties and deepening the warm friendship between Israel and India," the Prime Minister's Office said.

Pope Francis: Abortion ‘is Truly Murder’

VATICAN - Pope Francis said in an address given to the Pontifical Academy for Life at the Vatican on September 27 that abortion “is truly murder.” Here... as translated by the Vatican into English - is the passage from Pope Francis's September 27 address where he says that abortion "is truly murder:"

CHINA: Washington must be going MAD

CHINA - The editor-in-chief of a Chinese state media group subtly mocked the US, suggesting it re-adopt the Cold War doctrine of Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) after Washington was shocked by Beijing’s missile tests. The Global Times editor-in-chief Hu Xijin mocked Washington in a tweet on Thursday after a week in which the US reiterated its concern and surprise by Chinese hypersonic missile tests in the summer. “The US must abandon the crazy idea that it can strike China and Russia, but they can’t strike it,” Hu added. MAD is a doctrine associated with the Cold War era, when both the US and the Soviet Union built up sizeable nuclear arsenals. The doctrine is based on the theory of deterrence, in which neither side will use nuclear weapons against the other on the principle that the other party has the capacity to strike back in equal force.

The future of Europe is at stake

GERMANY - A fiscal conservative in the job and a new era of debt limitation could spell disaster for EU countries. The result of the German election was known within minutes of the polls closing on 26 September. But the kind of government that will emerge is being decided now, behind closed doors, in intense three-way coalition negotiations. With the Christian Democratic Union (CDU)/Christian Social Union (CSU) humiliated by a defeat of unprecedented magnitude, Olaf Scholz of the Social Democratic party (SPD) is the clear favourite to succeed Angela Merkel at the chancellery. The real question is the balance of power between the SPD’s two coalition partners, the Greens and the Free Democratic party (FDP). A key issue in those negotiations is who gets the job at the Finance Ministry. A conservative in the German finance ministry is a systemic risk for Europe. And, as even Angela Merkel discovered, it is very difficult for Berlin to make concerted policy if Europe has descended into crisis.

Food Shortages Are The Next Supply-Chain Crunch

USA - In Denver, public-school children are facing shortages of milk. In Chicago, a local market is running short of canned goods and boxed items. But there’s plenty of food. There just isn’t always enough processing and transportation capacity to meet rising demand as the economy revs up. More than a year and a half after the coronavirus pandemic upended daily life, the supply of basic goods at US grocery stores and restaurants is once again falling victim to intermittent shortages and delays. “I never imagined that we’d be here in October 2021 talking about supply-chain problems, but it’s a reality,” said Vivek Sankaran, chief executive officer of Albertsons Cos., who echoed the laments of other retailers. “Any given day, you’re going to have something missing in our stores, and it’s across categories.” Said Meyer, “You name it, it’s going wrong somewhere.”

“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)