by Norbert Link
We begin with articles pointing out the persecution of Christian churches in the USA and elsewhere, while addressing controversial governmental restrictions, guidelines or recommendations pertaining to church services, causing strong opposition from Church leaders and others; speak on the reluctance of many Germans to become vaccinated against coronavirus, if such vaccines should ever be developed; the concept of a “coronavirus deception,” as described by a popular author of New York Times’ bestselling books; and, according to some scientists, potential health dangers of wearing masks.
We address the possible unconstitutionality of certain travel restrictions enacted in some US states; new restrictions in California which might lead to the state’s complete economic downfall; the purchase of guns in record numbers; heretical and blasphemous statements by CNN moderators; and more nonsense published by the Los Angeles Times regarding America’s national anthem.
We speak on developments pertaining to the transformation of Hagia Sophia from a museum into a mosque and purported intentions of Turkey’s President Erdogan regarding al-Aqsa mosque, while many Christians view Erdogan’s conduct as very disturbing. We also address conflicting reports about Israel regarding the potential prevention of High Holy Days celebrations.
We speak on a bloodbath in South Africa in a big church; the victory of controversial Polish President Andrzej Dude with the help of the Catholic Church; and the Pope’s plea to pray to the “Virgin Mary” for understanding, bestowing on her the additional title of “Comfort of Migrants”; as well as published desired qualities for a new pope.
In this context, please view our new StandingWatch program, “Turkey’s Plans to “Liberate” al Aqsa.”
We report on a decision by the US Supreme Court, stating that for procedural and jurisdictional purposes, about half of Oklahoma belongs to Native Americans; and we report on proposed immigration measures towards DACA.
We conclude with an eye-opening article about Germany’s policies, when it comes to a striving economy and the violation of democratic values.
Throughout this section, we have underlined pertinent statements in the quoted articles, for the convenience and quick overview of the reader.