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Source: From the Internet, Wednesday April 8th 2020

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End Times Prophecy – How Close Are We?
Each of the renditions by the three apostles agree on seven specific events, postulates, and outcomes for which we should be aware. THE SIGNS IN COMMON

Hurricanes in a pandemic: ‘Absolutely that’s our nightmare scenario’
Emergency managers run drills on handling multiple catastrophes at once, such as a cyberattack during a tornado or a mass shooting amid a destructive flood. But most disaster plots don’t involve a months-long pandemic sapping resources globally from aid groups and governments while so much of the nation is shut down, self-isolating and unemployed. This is where they find themselves in the run-up to the 2020 hurricane season, which leading forecasts predict will be the fifth consecutive year of above-normal activity.

GOOD NEWS! The ‘Experts’ Were Wrong Again – Global Coronavirus Cases Appear to Have Peaked – Down 16% on April 4th and Then 15% on April 5th
Global coronavirus cases peaked on April third and are dropping fast. And, God willing, the numbers will continue to drop. It looks like the so-called ‘experts’ were not just wrong on the US death totals, they were also wrong about the number of cases to expect, and they also were wrong about the timing of the pandemic. It’s time to open the economy.

Trump Looking Into Reopening Parts Of US Economy, Treasury Secretary Says
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday that President Trump is looking into reopening parts of the U.S. economy as the coronavirus pandemic moves toward its peak, which White House experts say will be this week. “The president is very much looking at how we can reopen parts of the economy,” Mnuchin said on Fox Business. “There are parts of the country, like New York, where obviously this is very, very concerning. There are other parts of the country where it’s not.”

U.S. economy will eventually reopen but with big changes: Kudlow
Even when people in the United States return to work and school, they will likely have to stay home when they have signs of sickness, face more widespread and ongoing testing and submit to routine temperature taking, he told Politico in an interview.

Doctors embrace malaria drug touted by Trump for COVID-19
The decades-old drug that President Donald Trump has persistently promoted as a potential weapon against COVID-19 has within a matter of weeks become a standard of care in areas of the United States hit hard by the pandemic.

Germany allows US sanctioned Iranian ‘terror’ banks to operate
The organization United Against Nuclear Iran published a report on Tuesday, disclosing that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is permitting Iranian banks sanctioned by the US government to operate within the federal republic.

Ben Carson Delivers Dose of Coronavirus Hope: ‘Looks Like It’s Moving Much Faster Than Anybody Thought’
One of America’s most prominent doctors had a dose of good news Monday as he talked about America’s battle with the coronavirus. “This is going to pass, and it looks like it’s moving much faster than anybody thought,” Carson said. “And that’s kudos to the American people. “You know, they have grasped the significance of this. They are self-isolating the way that they’re supposed to be doing. I find it very refreshing.”

Meteorologists Monitor Bizarre ‘Fire and Ice’ Storm to Hit Boston on Passover
Experts are confused as the structure of the storm is a complex mixture of opposing elements. An unusual hybrid subtropical storm, the edges of the storm are currently battering New England with unseasonal freezing rain and snow but the interior of the storm is a warm tropical storm with severe lightning. The storm itself comes early, preceding the hurricane season which begins in two months. The storm is pounding the region with heavy surf and higher-than-average tides.

Netanyahu Considers Pascal Lamb Sacrifice on Temple Mount for First time in 2,000 Years
“The project is of the utmost importance for all of mankind,” Rabbi Hillel Weiss, spokesman for the Sanhedrin told Breaking Israel News. He noted that the original Passover sacrifice offered in Egypt on the night before the Exodus was intended to stop the final plague which was described as a נֶגֶף (negef: disease). In addition, King David purchased the Temple Mount, built and altar, and offered a sacrifice to stop a plague.

Poll: Majority Approve of Trump’s Handling of Coronavirus Response
The majority of Americans approve of President Trump’s job performance overall, and even more have a positive view of his administration’s response to the Chinese coronavirus pandemic — a phenomenon that appears to be growing day by day … Trump’s general approval jumped four points, 49 percent to 53 percent, in less than a week. However, the jump is even greater when narrowed to his “handling” of the coronavirus, specifically. His approval jumped five points, from 51 percent to 56 percent, in a matter of days.

Gantz: Netanyahu prevented government
Israel could have already had a national unity government as the Passover holiday began but does not because of the behavior of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Blue and White leader Benny Gantz said in a Facebook post on Wednesday. Gantz wrote the post two days after the Likud backtracked on understandings between the two parties that had already completed an agreement that was ready to be signed on Monday evening.

Post poll shows Labor dead, Netanyahu soar
With a nearly 70% approval rating, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud Party would soar to 42 seats if an election were held this week, according to a poll taken for The Jerusalem Post. Conducted by Smith Research, the poll found that Likud would rise from its current 36 seats to 42 in a new election and that his right-wing bloc would climb to 64 seats, more than enough to form a stable right-wing government.

Hamas: We are flexible on a prisoner swap with Israel
Hamas said on Tuesday that it was willing to be “flexible” regarding a prisoner exchange with Israel, adding that the ball was now in the Israeli court. Earlier this week, Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar indicated his group’s readiness to make concessions in order to reach a prisoner swap deal with Israel.

Trump removes inspector general who was to oversee $2 trillion stimulus spending
President Donald Trump has removed the chairman of the federal panel Congress created to oversee his administration’s management of the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package…In just the last four days Trump has ousted two inspectors general and expressed displeasure with a third, a pattern that critics say is a direct assault on one of the pillars of good governance.

The Asian Countries That Beat Covid-19 Have to Do It Again
On any digital dashboard tracking…of Covid-19…they were the champs. Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea…saw what was headed their way…So they locked down their immigration hardest and soonest, deployed public health workers to follow up contacts of cases, got their hospitals shored up, and started publishing clear and consistent information…But…those curves have taken another chilling turn.

Afghanistan peace deal: Taliban walk out of ‘fruitless’ talks
The Taliban have walked out of landmark talks which were supposed to help pave the path to peace in Afghanistan. A spokesman for the militant group said the first face-to-face discussions with the government had proved “fruitless”. Talks have broken down over a prisoner swap agreed between the US and Taliban.

Coronavirus: Marathon talks over EU virus rescue package stall
EU talks on how to help southern Eurozone countries badly affected by the coronavirus epidemic have stalled after 16 hours. The European Central Bank says the bloc may need up to €1.5tn ($1.6 trillion; £1.3tn) to tackle the crisis. European finance ministers were close to a deal, but the talks broke down amid a dispute between Italy and the Netherlands over how to apply the recovery fund.

Israeli man charged with spying for Iran
An Israeli man has been indicted on charges of spying for Iran and preparing terrorist attacks. Shin Bet, the country’s internal security service, said the man had been in discussions with Iranian intelligence to recruit Israeli Arabs to carry out attacks. He has been charged with “infringement of the security of Israel”.

UN condemns rocket attack on Tripoli hospital
The United Nations has condemned the shelling of a hospital in Tripoli, calling it a “clear violation of international law” as Libya struggles to prepare for an outbreak of the new coronavirus. On Monday, projectiles struck the grounds of the Al Khadra General Hospital located in an area held by the internationally recognised government near a front line, injuring at least six health workers.

Iran says US oil production must be known before OPEC+ call
Iran demanded on Wednesday that U.S. oil production levels must be known before an upcoming OPEC meeting with Russia and others seeking to boost global energy prices. The meeting of the so-called OPEC+ is scheduled to be held Thursday after officials delayed it following Saudi Arabia criticizing Russia over its comments about the price collapse.

“They Missed The Call” – Trump Plans To Withhold Money From WHO Over ‘Botched’ Crisis Response
For some reason, funded largely by the United States, yet very China centric. We will be giving that a good look.

Schumer proposes $25,000 bonus pay for frontline workers
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer is calling for up to $25,000 “heroes” pay for frontline health care and service industry workers, as Congress pushes ahead with a new coronavirus crisis rescue package.

Here Comes The Second Wave: Wuhan Lockdown Ends And Tens Of Thousands Are About To Flee The City
The second wave of infections that China is about to unleash on the world results in millions of deaths, at what point will China’s actions be viewed as an act of war?

WARNING: I Can No Longer Say That Bill Gates Planned Global Vaccinations And The ID2020 Digital Identification Are Not The Mark Of The Beast
On our Sunday night radio bible study program, I talked about Bill Gates and his planned global vaccinations and his connection to the ID2020 Alliance to give everyone a digital ID, and I said that while I didn’t think those things necessarily constituted the Mark of the Beast from Revelation 13, I strongly advised people to reject both the vaccine and the ID2020 digital identification. But in the 48 hours since that program, the Lord has shown me in no uncertain terms, that I didn’t go far enough, that it could very well be the Mark. Let me tell you why.

We had wars that weren’t ‘wars,’ now martial law not called ‘martial law’
The lockdowns imposed on law-abiding American citizens as part of governments’ coronavirus response have demonstrated the extent to which our Constitution has become meaningless.

Obama-Appointed Judge Ignores Constitution in Favor of Gun Store Shutdown
Just how bad is the decision by U.S. District Judge Andre Birotte to allow Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to shut down gun stores in his jurisdiction if he chooses? The Heritage Foundation’s Amy Swearer joins me on today’s Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co to discuss the specifics of Birotte’s order denying a temporary injunction against the sheriff sought by Second Amendment organizations including the NRA and Second Amendment Foundation. and she’s unimpressed with the logic, or lack thereof, in the judge’s order.

Some people are burning 5G towers out of concern the electropollution might be worsening the coronavirus outbreak Fears about 5G radiation towers inducing or exacerbating the symptoms associated with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) are driving some people to light the technology on fire in acts of protest.

UN: Workers facing worst crisis since WWII amid pandemic
Some 1.25 billion workers are seeing their livelihoods threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic, the United Nations said Tuesday, warning it was the “worst global crisis” since World War II.

FBI Arrests Harvard Chemist; Two Others Charged in Chinese Research Cases
The FBI has arrested the chair of Harvard University’s chemistry department. They claim he lied about his work for the Chinese government.

Defiant Wisconsin holds election during virus crisis…
Wisconsin held its presidential primary as planned Tuesday, contradicting a state-wide stay-at-home order and defying concern that the election could expose thousands of voters and poll workers to the coronavirus.

Pink Moon linked to ‘end of days’ omen
A SUPER Pink Moon lit up skies around the world tonight in a rare spectacle once linked to ‘the end of days’. The phenomenon was captured across the UK, dwarfing the Shard in London and glowing over Belvoir Castle, Leics.