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Monday, November 14, 2016

(Endtimes) Distress of Nations: Trump Revolutions & the World...

(Endtimes) Distress of Nations: Trump Revolutions & the World...
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

FANNING THE FLAMES: Stars urge fans to Fight Trump win, Warn of Coming “Revolution”

Many stars criticized Donald Trump for suggesting he might not accept the election results. But now it’s Hollywood who is having trouble accepting the results since the real estate mogul was elected president. Lady Gaga, for one, is pushing for her fans to sign a series of petitions that would hand the presidency over to Hillary Clinton.

Meanwhile, Katy Perry, went as far as to suggest a “revolution is coming.” Others like Sofia Bush wrote it’s time to “fight” and that her fans should “never give in.” And some celebs encouraged protests and used the hashtag “#notmypresident.” READ MORE

Socialist council member calls for massive protest, hundreds march in Seattle

Hundreds of people took to downtown Seattle streets to protest president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday evening after a Seattle socialist councilwoman encouraged residents to fight racism. Demonstrators across the nation, from Seattle to Chicago, gathered to protest Trump Wednesday.
Here’s how events unfolded for Seattle. On the protest event Facebook page, more than 1,500 people said they were going to demonstrate. Hundreds of people gathered in the downtown park around 4:30 p.m. and started to march through the streets around 5:45 p.m. A group continued marching through Capitol Hill and then the U-District until nearly 9 p.m. READ MORE

Plot to Impeach President Trump has already Begun

It is just one day since Donald Trump was elected President – but thousands of furious liberals are already plotting ways to remove him from office.  Within hours of the Republican’s unexpected win over Hillary Clinton, people were calling for him to be impeached over claims of sexual abuse, fraud and racketeering. Online searches for ‘How to impeach a president’ surged hours after the result, with the question seeing a 4,850 per cent rise on Google.
One of the seven petitions to contest his presidency amassed more than 13,322 signatures in a matter of hours as furious protests across the US intensified. A number of professors have thrown their weight behind the movement, saying there is a ‘strong case’ to impeach Trump and stop him from taking the top job. READ MORE

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Nationalists, rival groups march through Warsaw on Polish Independence Day

Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Warsaw on the country’s Independence Day, with military ceremonies taking place alongside anti-democracy activists and far-right nationalists.
While some of Friday’s events were sanctioned by the government, including Polish President Andrzej Duda leading ceremonies in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, others were fueled more by political motives than remembrance or tradition.
Rival marches took place in Warsaw, including an Independence March organized by Polish nationalists under the slogan ‘Poland the Bastion of Europe,’ Radio Poland reported. Around 50,000 people were estimated to attend the march.

Ruptly footage showed nationalists waving Polish flags through wet streets, with many waving flares. Some carried banners depicting a falanga – a far-right symbol from the 1930s depicting a stylized hand with a sword.
Other banners read “God, Honor, Fatherland” and “Death to the enemies of the fatherland,” and “To be a Pole, to be Catholic is a privilege and honor.”
Police sirens could be heard in the background as they marched through the streets.
The nationalist march has often ended with violence and clashes with police in recent years.
Meanwhile, a march organized by the Committee for the Defense of Democracy, an organization created last year to fight the centralization of power by Poland’s right-wing government, took place on a different route. The committee has held a string of anti-government protests over the past year.
A third march was organized by the Anti-Fascist Coalition, and included members of the left-wing Razem (Together) party.
Duda called for harmony ahead of Independence Day, saying that “harmonious celebrations will be a sign that we as a nation can rise above unnecessary divides and disputes.”
Around 7,000 officers were deployed in Warsaw on Friday.
Celebrated on November 11 each year, Poland’s Independence Day marks the regaining of the country’s independence in 1918, after 123 years of partition by the Russian Empire, the Kingdom of Prussia, and the Habsburg Empire.

Police unleash water cannon to break up public sector workers’ protest in Chile

Police dispersed protesters from the National Association of Public Employees (ANEF) with water cannon as they marched against the rejection of a state salary increase in Santiago, Thursday. Demonstrators with banners and flags marched from Plaza Baquedano to Plaza Los Heroes. Police officers attempted to disperse protesters in order to restore traffic. Small clashes erupted between the protesters and the law enforcement during the demonstration.

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