Archive | August 31, 2020


Indian Economy Contracts By 24%, The Worst Yet In Almost Three Decades

There is no nation in the world has has escaped the ravaging effects of COVID-19. India, a major up-and-coming power, has been gravely affected by the virus, as AP News reports a 24% contraction to her economy, making it the worst in almost three decades. India’s economy contracted by 23.9% in the April-June quarter, its […]

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Rioters Attack Family’s Car Dealership And Set The Whole Place To Flames

By Theodore Shoebat In showing their awe-inspiring willpower to fight for racial equality and against police brutality, rioters… burned down a car dealership. As we read in a report from the Tribune: An Indian-origin family’s car dealership was set ablaze by rioters in the protest-hit US city of Kenosha, Wisconsin destroying nearly 100 vehicles and […]

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Study: 20% Of Churches May Close In Eighteen Months Due To The Effects Of COVID-19

While churches are not (supposed to be) a business, finances are a reality that have to be discussed, and I speak not about excessive spending, but just daily expenses of life. According to a new study put out by the Christian Post twenty percent of churches may be forced to close because of the effects […]

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Russia Prepares To Invade Belarus

According to the Moscow Times by way of Rossiya 24 News, Putin has assembled a special ‘police force’ to ‘help’ Belarus if the protest situation worsens. President Vladimir Putin has formed a reserve of Russian law enforcement officers standing by to be sent to Belarus, he said in a new interview that aired Thursday. Putin […]

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Outgoing Japanese PM Abe Says That Relations With The US And Japan Are ‘The Strongest They Have Ever Been’

According to the English language Japanese Kyodo News, outgoing Japanese PM Abe praised US-Japan relations as the ‘strongest they have ever been’. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe explained his decision to resign in separate calls with U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, while also touching on a number of issues involving […]

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