Saturday, September 17, 2016

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

  

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  Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


Holy Shroud of Turin
  Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
ORTHODOX CHERUBIM HYMN - video  ~ link 
Ava Maria - video ~ link 
Ava Maria - video ~ link  
 
Pray for Peace

 
On the Road to the Third World War




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Armageddon also means that the Second Coming of Christ is near





287 Days Since Hillary Clinton Has Held a Press Conference 




  


Syrian Army: US-led coalition warplanes bombed it IN SUPPORT OF ISIS ~ link ~ The Khazarian Globalist controlled nations are determined to overthrow the elected government in Syria and to establish a puppet regime and break up the nation itself.  If this means global war, that is OK with them...they are planning to 'go there' in the relatively near future anyway!!!  Stirling  
 
Syria's army general command said warplanes from the U.S.-led coalition bombed a Syrian army position at Jebel Tharda near Deir al-Zor airport on Saturday, paving the way for Islamic State fighters to overun it.
 
The air strike killed Syrian soldiers and was "conclusive evidence" that the U.S. and its allies support the jihadist group, the Syrian army said in a statement, noting that the strike was "dangerous and blatant aggression".


Russia fears the Collapse of Syrian Ceasefire ~ link ~ 'When they speak of peace, war will come'!  The chances that the Khazarian Global mafia will 'play the War Card' in the US Presidential Election is HIGH!!!  Stirling  

Russia's military says rebel groups have increased attacks in Syria despite a ceasefire and has urged the US to act or be responsible for its collapse.

Russian generals said attacks by rebels, some US-backed, had increased sharply over the past 24 hours.


American and US-controlled forces have NOT fulfilled ANY Syrian Ceasefire obligations ~ link ~ This is one more evil black mark against America by the Globalist overlords.  War, death, destruction and evil of all types is what they do!!!  Stirling   

“After five days of the ceasefire, it has to be noted that only the Russian and Syrian sides have been fully implementing their commitments. On its own initiative, Russia prolonged the cessation of hostilities for 48 hours, and yesterday it was extended for another 72 hours,” senior Russian General Staff official, Viktor Poznikhir, said at a briefing in Moscow.

But, according to Poznikhir, it is very different on the American side as “the US and the so-called moderate groups under their control didn’t fulfill a single commitment undertaken in the framework of the Geneva arrangements.”



Europe at War: Tensions and violence rising in Germany ~ link ~ also see ~ link ~ link ~ and in German ~ link ~ link ~ link ~ link ~

Germany is blowing up again over migration. The Saxon town of Bautzen has, like dozens of similar places across Germany, a barracks for some of the million or two Middle Eastern migrants who have been streaming across the Mediterranean for the past year-and-a-half. People in Bautzen aren't used to foreigners, and now groups of young men have taken to congregating in city's central square, the Kornmarkt. The migrants say they come there for the free internet. This upsets the locals, 80 of whom waged a pitched battle against 20 teenage migrants on Wednesday evening. Alcohol was involved on both sides. To judge from the video at FAZ.com, accounts differ on who is to blame. The Germans say that the young migrants (whom they refer to as UMAs, the German acronym for unaccompanied minors seeking asylum) are harassing women and smashing things. The UMAs, in turn, say the locals (whom they refer to as "Nazis") accost them every day with shouts of "Foreigners out!"

The confrontations take place against the background of a more general society-wide anger in Germany. Last Saturday, Bautzen's right-wingers and left-wingers confronted each other on the streets, rather as they did a century ago in the aftermath of the Russian Revolution and Germany's defeat in World War I. On Thursday night, following the fights, 350 people, most of them natives, were on the streets again. A cordon of police was required to separate the pro-immigrant and anti-immigrant sides—again, much as they once tried to separate the Communists and anti-Communists. More protests are planned for this weekend.



German anti-immigration party posed for new gains in Berlin election on Sunday ~ link
Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling party could face new losses in local elections here Sunday from an upstart anti-immigration party that has grown in popularity as an opponent to the German leaders' open-door policy for migrants.
In recent state elections, the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party has made enough gains to sow doubt over Merkel's ability to win a fourth term in next year's national elections.



German anti-immigrant AfD party leader set ablaze ~ link

Unidentified attackers set fire to the car of Frauke Petry, the leader of Germany's anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, police said on Saturday.

"We are currently assuming it was arson," a police spokeswoman in the eastern city of Leipzig said, adding that investigators were still collecting evidence at the scene.


US election race in Electoral Collage projections see Trump momentum winning ~ link
An election analysis conducted in the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project shows that the race has tightened considerably over the past few weeks, with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump projected to win Florida, an essential battleground state, if the election were held today.

The project, which is based on a weekly tracking poll of more than 15,000 Americans, shows that the 2016 presidential race could end in a photo finish on Nov. 8, with the major-party candidates running nearly even in the Electoral College, the body that ultimately selects the president.



With Hillary as President: 'We are looking at Nuclear War with Russia or China' ~ link ~  
However what is interesting is that now Russia is not communist anymore and in many respects it is a rather conservative country where the Church plays a strong role in public life.

"The Russians, he noted, don't go along with a lot of the things here like same sex marriage, transgenderism and all the other silliness we see in America and Europe today," he noted. Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) and US President Barack Obama (file) © Sputnik/ Sergei Guneev Obama Compares Putin’s Approval Rating With Saddam Hussein’s Poll Numbers "A lot of progressives really-really-really hate Russia. They look at it as at almost a failure that ruined this "great progressive experiment" called communism and they really resent it and hate it. So you actually find much more Russophobia in the US on the progressive side today," the former diplomat said.
 



Monsanto and Beyer merger: Why Food and Agriculture just took a Turn For The Worse ~ link ~

News broke this week that Monsanto accepted a $66 billion takeover bid from Bayer. The new company would control more than 25 per cent of the global supply of commercial seeds and pesticides. Bayer’s crop chemicals business is the world’s second largest after Syngenta, and Monsanto is the leading commercial seeds business.

Monsanto held a 26 per cent market share of all seeds sold in 2011. Bayer (mainly a pharmaceuticals company) sells 17 per cent of the world’s total agrochemicals and also has a comparatively small seeds sector. If competition authorities pass the deal, the combined company would be the globe’s largest seller of both seeds and agrochemicals.




The Complete and Evil History of Monsanto ~ link ~ The corporate leadership and their political whores should be tried for Crimes Against Humanity!!!  Stirling 
 
 
Massive protests in Germany against the transatlantic TTIP and CETA trade deals ~ link
Protesters say the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will lower European standards on food and environmental protection, and could lead to outsourcing and job-losses.  

There were large crowds carrying flags and banners in seven German cities, including Berlin, Munich, Hamburg and Frankfurt, all braving cool and wet weather.


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