Those of you suffering the direct and indirect effects of those regimes overstepping their governing responsibility maybe interested in seeing how those who decide on such nation-killing adventures come to their decisions.
Although the German city of Leipzig is not as significant as say Berlin or Munich, the former East German mini-metropolis has been as significant in shaping world events.
‘The greatest want of the world is the want of men, men who will not be bought or sold; men who in their inmost souls are true and honest; men who do not fear to call sin by its right name; men whose conscience is as true to duty as the needle to the pole; men who will stand for the right though the heavens fall.’ – Ellen G. White.
Britain’s State Police intervened as demonstrators wearing Guy Fawkes masks gathered in central London for the annual Million Mask March against capitalism in violation of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown, which kicked in on Thursday.
As the lockdown is removed crisis payments by autocratic regimes will cease. However, the jobs lost will stay lost. As the government grapples with the challenge of an exit strategy from lockdown, many people are anxious about a looming financial cliff edge. What happens when the package of measures to support wages and reduce the burden of household bills comes to an end?
Horrified at the thought of anti-lockdown protests spreading to Britain, a parliamentary edict has issued by Westminster to prohibit any protest consisting of more than two people.
President Trump has repeatedly warned against a cure that is worse than the disease. And now that cure is the subject of new litigation that seeks justice against the political tyrants who told us all that we had to hole up at home in a mask in order to ‘flatten the curve.’
Spain and much of the Western regions of the European Union are being rocked by violence, with anti-lockdown protesters clashing with police in multiple cities, including Madrid and Barcelona, Paris, Warsaw and other great cities over the state and regional governments’ move to toughen Covid-19 restrictions.
Contrary to promises, Melbourne, which lives under some of the toughest and most enduring coronavirus restrictions, will not get a reprieve on Monday, Victoria state head has announced, leaving the distressed and near-bankrupt public fuming.