Worlds Falling Apart: Syria, Turkey: Now Brazil & Others Waiting

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 18:18 PM
June 18, 2013

things-fall-apart2    “Things fall apart, the center cannot hold . . . “ or so the poet wrote last century.  But how could he have known that literally earth, civilization, nations would collapse before our eyes, while those in power are helpless to stop it.

The Extinction Protocol (EP) reasons this new chaos comes because people feel it in Global Warming, they sense it as economies around them fall, and they witness weakness and failure in the powers they trusted:

“Planetary meltdown: Stressed by the physical changes sweeping the planet, civilizations and governments, already burdened by deception, debt, inequality, and corruption could begin to crumble one by one. Change has come to planet Earth.”

EP and the poet seem to agree.  Its seems unbelievable, but while the people of Brazil should be celebrating over having both the World Cup and Olympics coming to their cities very soon, instead they are rioting in the streets.

National Public Radio, CNN and The New York Times all report that last night 100,000 protesters flooded the streets of Rio de Janeiro; and another 65,000 gathered in Sao Paulo.  Like too many people in various nations around the world, brazil-protests-belemBrazilians feel their government pays attention to everything but them.

Just as Turkey’s protest started over a small park in the middle of the city, this one started over a nine cents raise in bus fares.  But both now explode in mammoth citizen revolts.

NPR reporter, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, says:  “The cost of living here is extremely high, there’s a massive rate of inflation, and so people say that they are fed up, that they want their government to do something for them.

“One of the big issues is that Brazil has been gearing up for the World Cup in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016. Lourdes says people feel as though the government has been focusing on those big, international events while allowing them to languish.”

Certainly that sounds familiar.  Thomas Friedman writes in The New York Times that Egypt’s citizens are not far from overflowing onto Cairo streets as well:  “This is Egypt in miniature—so many problems built up over so many years that are all about to spill onto the street.

“As if things weren’t bad enough, who should show up to add to Egypt’s stresses but Mother Nature herself. Climate, water, food and population pressures are now interweaving with the political and economic ones in ways that would challenge even the best of leaders, and Egypt today has far from the best. In the last month, Cairo has seen temperatures as high as 113 degrees Fahrenheit, 20 degrees above the daily average high.”

Hmm. Back to Global Warming again.  EP was right.  But as Christian non-fiction prophecy books warned 2,000 years ago, things will continue to fall apart as Satan’s chaos falls upon earth in these last days.  And only The Return of God’s Son can stop it:  “And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and He that sat upon Him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He doth judge and make war (Revelation 19: 11).”

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