On the 17th of November in Bonn, the 23rd UN Climate Change Conference (COP 23) finally concluded, with 20,000 participants from all over the world, accompanied by a substantial contingent of journalists.  This conference continued the process of the Paris climate agreement, one of the largest state control projects in human history. From 2020 onwards, ‘industrial countries’ are expected to provide an annual sum of $100 billion U.S. dollars to restructure the world’s energy supply. This money will also be used to ‘eliminate any damage caused by climate change’. Much of this cash is expected to flow into private sector investment within developing countries, with only a relatively small proportion going to the public sector for the ‘already necessary remedy of climate-related damage’.
For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in diverse places. – Matthew 24:7
Eschatology makes a distinction between the end of history and the end of the World. There are two separate events. The World will end when the mountains are going to become pieces of cotton.
In previous articles for Katehon I have dealt with the alternative to international finance – usury – as being for the State to assume the prerogative to create and issue its own credit.
There is another belief of Wahabis, which is anti religion, anti Islam, anti-intelligence anti-Christianity. The belief of the Wahabis is that if the grave is slightly raised above the surface of the land then it must be demolished and leveled to the ground
It is proved even from the Wahabis' books that the Terrorism was ushered (announced, showed) in, was introduced to Islam by the Wahabis. Abdul Wahab writes in his own book ‘Khashful Shobhat’ that those who believe Prophets of God (peace be upon him and his progeny)
All the religions of the world reflect (reveal) and give message of peace and solace among the nations. All the Godly religions have got network of creating a sort of harmony (agreement, accord) between the creator and the human being.
Since the implosion of the Soviet bloc, a mono-polar world has emerged revolving around the USA, and challenged by an Islamic bloc. Russia and China have attempted to confront this mono-polar post-Cold War situation by forming a pact between each other and bordering states. This holds out the prospect of a Eurasian bloc to confront the world hegemony of the USA, which seeks to draw to it the European Union and return Europe to the subordinate role she played vis-à-vis the USA during the Cold War, pushed into coming under the US orbit by the fear of Warsaw Pact invasion.
In addition to immigration disaster, the world in the near future may expect something more serious. Over the past 40 years, the amount of fresh water in the world decreased by 60%. And in the next 25 years, it may be reduced by 2 more times. This is the official UN data. They were presented at the World Water Week, which takes place in Stockholm at the minute. It is not hard to guess that the most acute shortages will be felt in the already volatile Middle East.