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‘On May 12, a young female student — Deborah Samuel — in Sokoto, Nigeria was beaten to death and burned to ashes for praising Jesus on a WhatsApp group chat site. A gang of her radical Muslim classmates saw her post, became enraged, and murdered her. Deborah’s “crime?” She was accused of blasphemy against Islam and the Prophet Mohammad — a crime that calls for a death sentence according to Sharia Law.
Deborah was rejoicing online because she had successfully passed her exams at Shehu Shagari College of Education, located in northwest Nigeria. According to Open Doors, she posted, “Jesus Christ is the greatest. He helped me pass my exams.” For that message and other similar comments, she was murdered.
A gruesome video of the murder went viral on social media, causing outrage among the Christian community in Nigeria and across the world . And unfortunately, it was really nothing new. Brutal violence against Christians throughout the country has been not only commonplace for decades, but has dramatically increased in recent months. I was invited to discuss this crime against humanity with Joseph Backholm on “Washington Watch.” He asked me to provide some background to the story.’https://www.prophecynewswatch.com/article.cfm?recent_news_id=5363
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‘Some 13 years after the end of a civil war that saw 100,000 deaths, Sri Lanka is once again on the cusp of serious violence. Earlier today, the police opened fire on protesters in the town of Rambukkana. One person has died and at least ten people are said to be in critical condition. It’s the first use of deadly force against demonstrators who seem to have filled the entire island in recent weeks. Grainy footage shows half-conscious bodies being carried into hospital, bullet casings littering the quiet palm-lined streets.
This was meant to be a time of celebration. Buddhists are marking the new year while the country’s Muslim minority observe Ramadan. Instead, the country has been brought to a standstill by nationwide protests demanding that President Gotabaya Rajapaksa resign amid a crippling economic crisis.
Sri Lanka’s capital, Colombo, is now a ghost town. The savings of the country’s burgeoning middle classes have become worthless: the Sri Lankan Rupee is now the world’s worst-performing currency. India’s southern neighbour owes international lenders more than £21 billion, with just £1.7 billion in reserves. Shops and restaurants are closed and armed police patrol the streets. The price of vegetables has increased fivefold since 2021, while the cost of rice has doubled. Many residents say they are unable to eat more than one meal a day.
Rajapaksa, a Sinhalese Buddhist, was elected President in 2019 following the Easter Sunday terror attacks. To many Sri Lankans – particularly the country’s Sinhalese Buddhist majority, around 70 per cent of the population – he seemed the obvious choice to restore law and order, having served as defence secretary during the civil war. He is credited with bringing an end to the 26-year conflict, but not without allegedly committing an array of gross human rights abuses against Sri Lanka’s Tamil minority. It’s difficult to find a more polarising figure in South Asian politics.
Since his election, Rajapaksa has faced accusations of economic mismanagement, embezzlement and corruption. His brother, Mahinda, is the country’s Prime Minister and another brother, Basil, was finance minister until he resigned last week along with the rest of the cabinet. Basil implemented a series of ill-advised tax cuts back in 2019; Sri Lanka was subsequently locked out of international debt markets and has had to burn through its foreign exchange reserves to service sovereign bond payments.
The Rajapaksas were also behind a sudden decision to suddenly ban chemical fertilisers last May, without consulting farmers, which led to a disastrous drop in rice yields this year. They claimed that it would protect farmers from harmful chemicals which were causing kidney issues. Unable to afford food imports, Sri Lanka saw yields of domestically-grown rice fall by around 50 per cent.
In order to deal with the surging levels of debt, Sri Lanka announced a blanket ban on non-essential imports last year. Now, everything from milk powder to spare car parts are unavailable. Even school exams have been cancelled because the government can’t afford the paper on which to print the tests.
Fuel, gas and diesel shortages have become common. Sunrise in Colombo is met by crowds of residents heading to petrol stations and waiting, usually in vain, to fill up their vehicles. In an attempt to preserve supplies, the government is enforcing ten-hour daily power cuts across the country.
Unsurprisingly, Sri Lankans are angry. Last Saturday, in the largest protest to date, tens of thousands of Colombo residents took to the streets demanding regime change. Many also called for the Rajapaksa brothers to have their day in court. ‘It was never this bad during the civil war,’ one 43-year-old IT worker in Colombo explains. ‘At least then we had food to eat, power in our homes and fuel in our cars.’
It seems growing numbers of Sri Lankans agree. The weekend before last, Muslim leaders marched side-by-side with saffron-robed Buddhist monks before members of the country’s LGBTQ community joined them to break the Ramadan fast. You find groups of wealthy professionals chanting anti-Rajapaksa slogans alongside poor rickshaw drivers who can no longer afford fuel. Doctors and nurses are becoming a vocal part of the protests.
Meanwhile, Sri Lanka’s largest public medical body, the Government Medical Officers Association, has declared a health emergency. Hospitals have run out of five life-saving drugs and the GMOA says there are shortages of another 180 medicines, as well as a lack of vital surgical and testing equipment. There are reports of several deaths due to a shortage of Tenecteplase, a drug administered to patients after heart attacks. Pharmacies surrounding Colombo’s leading cancer hospital are turning away patients. The GMOA is pleading with Sri Lankan expats to send essential drugs.
Yet the Rajapaksas remain resolute: Gotabaya has refused to resign. The country’s new finance minister, who attempted to quit less than 24 hours in the job, has said that reviving the economy will be a ‘Herculean’ task. He estimates Sri Lanka requires £2.3 billion in aid over the next six months to purchase essentials like food and fuel, in addition to meeting £5.3 billion of debt repayments for the rest of the year.
Many Sri Lankans blame high-interest Chinese loans for the crisis. Already, Sri Lanka has been forced to lease a new mega port to China in lieu of repayments. Spotting an opportunity, India has signed over £760 million of credit to Sri Lanka and talks are underway for a further £1.1 billion of financial support.
Back in Colombo, some are saying this is Sri Lanka’s ‘Arab Spring’ moment, as peaceful protesters seek to overthrow an autocratic government mired in corruption allegations and complicit in gross economic mismanagement. But for now, Sri Lanka’s notorious military continues to support the Rajapaksas. Whether that continues is an open question.
‘We haven’t seen anything like this for decades, there is no gas, no fuel, no food. The whole country is coming out onto the streets,’ one 22-year-old protester says. ‘The Rajapaksas have to go right now or it is going to be the end of us all.’’https://www.spectator.com.au/2022/04/sri-lankas-descent-into-chaos/
I think you will find the following interesting reading for this Easter season https://creationfactfile.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Easter-Eaggs-Bunnies-Bible.pdf
Are more lockdowns like China’s coming to the USA and Australia? https://www.theepochtimes.com/are-more-chinese-communist-party-style-lockdowns-coming-to-america_4400065.html?utm_source=ref_share&utm_campaign=copy&rs=SHRKCTZH&
‘We have learned from the first sets of documents released by Pfizer to the public on the Pfizer-BioNTech (COMIRNATY) vaccine that in the first 90 days of public use, the sponsor received reports on 1,223 deaths and did not disclose this to the public or pull the product off the market in a voluntary recall which is the only responsible action for this type of unexpected death rate.1
To make matters worse, Pfizer categorized 1,291 unique adverse events of special interest with an entire range of diseases that fall into the categories of neurological, cardiovascular, immunologic, and hematologic.2
Additional concerning areas include fetal loss in ill-advised conceiving or childbearing women to take one of the vaccines and the emergence of either de novo or accelerated cancers.3 For all of these reasons, people are protesting in large numbers to stop the vaccine programs whilst CEOs are pushing the fourth shot. The tension could not be any greater.
We have a terrific program this week and bring onto the program for the first time, COVID-19 intensive care legend Dr. Pierre Kory, MD, MPA, who has had three sets of US Senate Testimony 2020-2022 and is relied upon around the world as the foremost expert in COVID-19 care and the influence of big Pharma corruption.5 Our music segment this week comes from Kevin Frank and is titled “Crying from the Ground,” with music and lyrics from Barbara Bruton.
So let’s get real, let’s get loud, on America Out Loud Talk Radio, this is The McCullough Report!
The McCullough Report: Sat/Sun 2 PM ET Encore 7 PM – Internationally recognized Dr. Peter A. McCullough, known for his iconic views on the state of medical truth in America and around the globe, pierces through the thin veil of mainstream media stories that skirt the significant issues and provide no tractable basis for durable insight. Listen on iHeart Radio, our world-class media player, or our free apps on Apple, Android, or Alexa. Each episode goes to major podcast networks early in the week and can be heard on-demand anywhere in the world.‘
3 Singh N, Bharara Singh A. S2 subunit of SARS-nCoV-2 interacts with tumor suppressor protein p53 and BRCA: an in silico study. Transl Oncol. 2020;13(10):100814. doi:10.1016/j.tranon.2020.100814
‘Dr. Peter McCullough reveals how Cardiologists encouraging q6 month V-compliance despite myocardial damage and the use of inpatient R-vir despite WHO recommendation against and overt kidney/liver damage contributing to death are manifestations of mass formation psychosis’https://rumble.com/vwmn5b-dr.-peter-mccullough-drops-bombshell-at-senate-hearing-about-mass-formation.html?mref=6zof&mc=dgip3&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=R%CE%9EDZ+%F0%9F%94%B4&ep=1
‘In the Pfizer trials, more people died in the vaccine group than in the placebo group, and it takes 22,000 vaccines to save one life from COVID.
Steve Kirsch: “So you killed 150,000 in order to maybe save 10,000 lives’https://rumble.com/vwubc3-in-the-pfizer-trials-more-people-died-in-the-vaccine-group-than-in-the-plac.html
‘In light of the Pfizer Vaccination now being available for kids, I would like to encourage all my friends who have children to think twice and do your own research.
I type this message from the hospital CCU (Cardio Care Unit) on my 3rd day here! Where I myself have been diagnosed with Myopericarditis from my Pfizer Injection. I was told it’s a very rare side effect and yet this ward is full of people of all ages with very similar diagnosis.
I did my research and knew my risks, but still would not wish this on my worst enemy!
A friendly reminder that there are over 100’000 adverse reactions reported on the AusGov database.
The injury compensation scheme is active, has an unlimited ceiling, and is funded by taxpayers $. Because why would Pharma Companies be responsible for the damage that their all-for-profit product causes?
There are over 10’000 claims already made in Australia as of early November, could be 5x that by now?
But DON’T WORRY, the procedure is perfectly safe….until it’s not!
If you subject your child to the largest medical experiment in the history of mankind despite the available information, may God save your soul.
PS – if you are going to faint due to a bad reaction – make sure you are sitting down!’https://nomoresilence.world/pfizer-biontech/jannrs-estrhuysen-pfizer-severe-adverse-reaction/