‘The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there.’ (L. P Hartley: The Go-Between)
One supposes it is best to avoid a post mortem (after death) on the year 2020 AD (A Disaster). In terms of evil intent and deed by truly sinister forces and their globalist acolytes, the year 2020 can only be compared to the apocalyptic years 1914, 1917 and 1939. The effects could well reach further and deeper into the abyss.
Before you opt for a ‘vaccine’ against the mild effects of the Coronavirus, it might be best to learn from history. Throughout history, Western and Soviet governments have managed to keep secrets hidden from the public. When they release these secrets, many are quite surprised and astonished at everything they’ve managed to get away with.
The American company Boston Dynamics, which produces robots, has published a specific New Year’s greetings on social networks.
A resident of Hobart, Australia, won A $ 1.061 million (roughly $ 800,000) in the lottery with a lottery ticket she received from her family for Christmas.
Nearly a year after the first case of Covid-19 was reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019, the world could be nearing the beginning of the end of a pandemic that is contentiously claimed has killed more than 1.7 million people.
More than 20 trains were detained in Germany for almost an hour because of a swan grieving on the railroad tracks because of the death of its companion, according to a press release from local police.
Groom wins £10,000 on £25 wedding day bet he forgot he’d placed.
A career despot, Anthony Fauci, has been in government nearly his entire adult life. So it’s no wonder that Fauci complained in the Washington Post this week that the reason why COVID-19 became a pandemic and spread throughout the United States isn’t because it’s a virus and that’s what viruses do. No. It’s because Americans are too free. They are too independent and they have too much liberty.
‘As I walk into the grocery store with 30 other people at the same time, I think about my restaurant which allows parties of 6 total, and meticulously spaces out reservations by 10 minutes ensuring guests that aren’t from the same party do not arrive at the same time.
About 12 kilometers north of the city of Arles, in the Provence region of southern France, is the small town of Fontvieille. It is a commune of just 3,500 inhabitants who live from agriculture and tourism, but until the 5th century AD it was also the place where the greatest concentration of mechanical energy was found in the entire ancient world.