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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Distress of Nations (November 30, 2016)

 Distress of Nations  (November 30, 2016)

Video compilation

All of the latest as it relates to civil unrest going on in the world.  It is just as Our Lord warned. 

From EU to America, activists take to the streets to denounce violence against women 

Hundreds of protesters all over the world denounce violence against women.

 

 

Anti-fascists light fires at memorial rally for murdered activist in Berlin

Around 900 antifa demonstrators took to the streets of Berlin on Saturday to join an annual memorial rally for murdered left-wing activist and squatter Silvio Meier. He was killed by members of a far-right group 24 years ago at the city’s Samariterstraße subway station, where the rally began. The activists carried banners and lit fires as they marched through the streets. Some protesters got on a roof and set off fireworks. Tensions were high during the event, and two policemen were injured.  

 

‘Students’ future for sale’: Thousands march against education cuts in London 

Thousands of students, teachers and university staff took to the streets of the British capital in what they called a national protest against the education bill, which was earlier introduced by Teresa May’s government.
The national demonstration, dubbed “United for Education,” was organized by the National Union of Students (NUS) and the University and College Union (UCU), an association of lecturers and other staff, who want “free, accessible and quality education” for everyone.

 

Massive anti-austerity protest in Argentina

Some 100,000 protesters marched through Buenos Aires on Friday to demand the adoption of a bill declaring a social emergency in Argentina that addresses rising poverty in the country. The measure aims to create a million jobs and raise child welfare payments by 15 percent. The bill was approved by Argentina’s upper house of parliament, the Senate, earlier this week. If it meets support in the lower house, it would help ease some of the austerity measures put in place by President Macri.   

 

Thousands-strong rally for S. Korean president’s resignation in Seoul

Tens of thousands gathered in central Seoul on Saturday to call on South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down. On Thursday, South Korea’s parliament passed a law authorizing a special prosecutor to look into a corruption scandal that is threatening Park’s presidency. She is accused of allowing a secret confidante to manipulate power from the shadows and amassing an illicit fortune.

 

Nationalists clash with police ahead of music concert in Kiev

Police clashed with activists from the Ukrainian far-right party Svoboda on the streets Kiev on Wednesday, as around 30 people demonstrated against a music act which also performs in Russia. The protesters tried to keep fans from entering the concert hall and threw eggs at them, while some activists tried to break through police barriers. One man was taken to hospital with serious injuries and a child suffered from tear gas poisoning. The protesters decry the duet of Nastya Kamenskykh and Aleksey Potapenko (also known as Potap) as well as some other Ukrainian singers for performing in Russia. The act has already had to cancel several concerts in Ukrainian cities because of possible aggression from radical factions.

 

Protests rage in Greece during Obama visit

Thousands-strong protests by left-wing activists hit the Greek cities of Athens and Thessaloniki on Tuesday, during the visit of outgoing US President Barack Obama to the country. Both demonstrations ended in fierce clashes and scuffles, with police repelling the crowds with tear gas. Earlier that day protesters could be seen burning and beating the US flag.


Luke 21:25
And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, by reason of the confusion of the roaring of the sea and of the waves