There's no such thing as Human Rights

UK - Human rights do not exist. They are an invention, made out of pure wind. If you are seriously interested in staying free, you should not rely on these flatulent, vague phrases to help you. They are in fact a weapon in the hands of those who wish to remove your liberty and transform society, though this is probably an accident. It is only in the past 50 years or so that radical judges have realised these baseless declarations can be used (for example) to abolish national frontiers or give criminals the right to vote.

Afghanistan struck by deadliest earthquake in 2 decades

AFGHANISTAN - An official said 1,000 people died after a magnitude 6 earthquake hit the mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan. The death toll is likely to rise as search efforts continue. "The number is increasing. People are digging grave after grave," Mohammad Amin Huzaifa, head of the Information and Culture Department in Paktika, said in a message to journalists. Earlier, local official Bilal Karimi said on Twitter: "Unfortunately, last night there was a severe earthquake in four districts of Paktika province, which killed and injured hundreds of our countrymen and destroyed dozens of houses." The magnitude 6 quake struck around 44 kilometers (27 miles) from the city of Khost, located near the border with Pakistan. The earthquake's tremors were felt over 500 kilometers (310 miles) by 119 million people across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, according to the European seismological agency EMSC, which put the magnitude at 6.1. Afghanistan's mountainous northeast lies in the area where the Indian tectonic plate collides with the Eurasian plate to the north, making the region vulnerable to devastating earthquakes.

Europe’s “Ministry of Truth 2022”

EUROPE - The EU has released its guidelines for the implementation of online censorship. It’s the roadway to tyranny. It’s Orwell’s Ministry of Truth 2022. The unspoken objective is to sustain government propaganda and “fake news” by the mainstream media while systematically curtailing freedom of expression and independent analysis throughout the European Union. It is also an attempt to literally bankrupt independent media (financially) through a process of demonetization.

‘We Borrow Money From China So We Can Send It To Ukraine?’

USA - Senator Rand Paul said this week that the nation’s record-setting inflation is directly tied to actions of the US government, such as continuously providing billions of dollars in aid and weapons to Ukraine to assist in their war with Russia. During an interview with Mobile, AL radio FM Talk 106.5, the Kentucky Republican Senator compared the ongoing aid for Ukraine to any other government expenditures, which he said contributes significantly to the growing government debt.

Putin: Russia is building the new world

RUSSIA - The world will not be as it was before the 'special operation,' Russian President Putin said in his speech at the plenary session of the St Petersburg International Economic Forum. "It is erroneous to believe that one can sit and wait when the time of turbulent changes goes by, when everything goes back to where it was. It won't," Putin said. According to him, the changes are fundamental, "crucial and inexorable”. However, he said that Western countries "cling to shadows of the past".

Coalition heads announce vote to dissolve Knesset next week

ISRAEL - In a political earthquake, Bennett and Lapid admit efforts to salvage the government have been ‘exhausted’; will deliver a primetime televised statement, as Israel faces new elections. After months of dysfunction, Israel’s 24th Knesset is set to come to an end, as Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid announced Monday that they would submit a bill next week to voluntarily dissolve the Knesset. The dramatic joint statement by the two architects of the so-called change government, which put an end to 12 straight years of the Benjamin Netanyahu's premiership, said that all efforts to save the government had been “exhausted,” due to numerous rebellions by wayward Mks.

Archbishop Vigano on the New World Order

VATICAN - Below are some key thoughts coming from Archbishop Vigano’s interview with attorney Reiner Füllmich.

Pro-Lifers Devastated At New Abortion Stats In US

USA - About 930,160 abortions were performed in 2020, marking a 1% increase from the year before and an 8% increase from 2017, equaling to about 1 in 5 pregnancies that year, according to data from the pro-abortion rights Guttmacher Institute. The data overlap with an expected decision from the Supreme Court on Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization that would virtually overturn the 1973 landmark decision Roe v Wade, which legalized abortion nationwide.

Jane’s Revenge Plans Roe v Wade Reveal ‘Night of Rage’

USA - The radical pro-abortion group, Jane’s Revenge, is planning more acts of domestic terrorism when the US Supreme Court’s decision on Roe v Wade is revealed, dubbed a “Night of Rage: An Autonomous Call to Action Against Patriarchal Supremacy.” The group posted its plans on the Anarchists Library website at the end of May in expectation of the ruling, expected sometime in June. The manifesto concludes, “To those who work to oppress us: If abortion isn’t safe, you aren’t either. We are everywhere.” More than 100 Republicans have signed a letter asking Attorney General Merrick Garland to instruct the Department of Justice to investigate this group in relation to attacks on pro-life pregnancy centers across the country as domestic terrorists.

Speculation mounts that the Pope is about to RESIGN

VATICAN - Pope Francis has fuelled speculation that he could resign after postponing a trip to Africa and announcing an unusual meeting of cardinals. Hobbled by pain in his knee and forced to use a wheelchair in recent weeks, the 85-year-old pontiff postponed a July trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan last week. He also announced an unusual decision to hold a consistory to name new cardinals during a Vatican vacation month and arranged meetings to ensure his reforms stay intact. The extraordinary consistory will be held on August 27, a slow summer month at the Catholic headquarters, to create 21 new cardinals - 16 of whom will be under the age of 80, thereby eligible to elect his successor in a future conclave. Since becoming pope in 2013, the Argentine pontiff has created 83 cardinals in a move to shape the future of the Catholic Church, in part to counter Europe's historically dominant influence, and to reflect his values. On August 28, Francis will then pay a visit to L'Aquila and the tomb of Celestine V - the first pope to have resigned from the papacy, in the 13th century.

Food production 'worse' after Ukraine war

UK - British farmer claims food production lines were bad before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Former Management consultant Robert Kimbell called for the UK to invest more in their own Wheat supply. Robert Kimbell tweeted: “The UK shipped abroad $87,336,000 worth of wheat in 2021, according to the trade monitoring site WTEx. We should do what India has done and halt exports of wheat. We need that British wheat here for our own needs now.”

"We're Barely Making It"

USA - According to the monthly survey by Purdue University/CME Group, the rapid rise in production costs and uncertainty regarding the direction of input prices have been important contributors to the drop in sentiment. About 44 percent of farmers, according to the monthly survey, cited input costs as their biggest concern for the coming year, according to the Epoch Times. In fact, 60% of farmers predict farm input prices to be at least 30% higher this year compared to 2021. "There are things that we have to buy," she sais, adding "There's something we have to buy that two years ago cost us $24, last year was about $46, this year it is costing us $96."

Odessa, Texas Has Been Without Water All Week

USA - Amid scorching temperatures which have hovered above 100 degrees all week, one Texas city has had its water supply shut off for multiple days running. What started as a possibly 48-hour local crisis for Odessa, a West Texas town long known for oil production, has gained national media attention at a time of severe record-breaking heat waves in various parts of the US. The crisis is now pushing toward a full week of over 120,000 residents having no water supplying their homes and businesses, as Axios reports Saturday: After a major water line break struck the city of more than 122,000 people amid scorching temperatures, local officials warned residents to protect themselves against the "imminent threat" of "widespread or severe damage, injury, or loss of life or property." "It’s an aging infrastructure that we’re seeing. It’s a cast iron pipe, and so those are typically more susceptible to breaks than other new technologies like PVC pipe that’s going in the ground," the city manager was cited as saying this week. Odessa, TX is currently experiencing a water shortage due to mass infrastructure failures.

East Coast Truckers Are Stalled Out on the Highway Waiting for Gas

USA - Diesel prices hit another new record high on Father’s Day at $5.816/gallon. The costs for gas and diesel has yet to hit the American consumer with inflation already at a 40-year high under Joe Biden. In May The Gateway Pundit warned that major trucking firms were bracing for diesel shortages in the eastern half of the United States. The experts are blaming the emergency on Joe Biden and Democrats. And now the shortages have arrived. East coast truckers are stranded on the highway waiting for gas. The highway oasis gas stations are out of diesel. Now there are diesel shortages. This is not going to end well.

Why Is The United States Still Exporting Fuel?

USA - As the US national average price of gasoline hits $5 per gallon, higher fuel exports out of America are additionally sapping domestic fuel inventories, which are already at multi-year lows. Reduced refining capacity since the start of COVID, low inventories, and strong post-COVID demand, alongside $120 a barrel crude, have sent US gasoline prices soaring over the past months to reach a record-breaking $5 a gallon on average. Refiners have boosted exports of refined petroleum products this year, especially to Latin America, which isn’t getting much fuel these days from Europe, which in turn is grappling with its own set of fuel supply troubles with the sanctions and embargoes on Russian oil after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Exports of gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel from the US Gulf Coast were up by 32 percent in March, April, and May compared to those three months of 2021, and up 11 percent compared to those months in the pre-pandemic 2019, data from market-intelligence firm Kpler cited by The Wall Street Journal showed.

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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)