London marchers protest massive spending cuts in Britain

While the Middle East is riddled with uprisings and protests, the UK follows suit. Soon even the USA will become bewildered as it falls to its depths of despair that it cannot rise up from.

The United States will shut down the internet in hopes of ending any links of communication to those that are helping to organize and who are fueling the discontent among their people. But they will not be able to halt the end laid out for them. The United States will become as dangerous as Somalia and all places of lawless behavior within its own borders as kayos spreads throughout the country.

2 Thessalonians 2:6-8 (Holman Christian Standard Bible) “And you know what currently restrains [him], so that he will be revealed in his time. For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work; but the one now restraining will do so until he is out of the way, and then the lawless one will be revealed. The Lord Jesus will destroy him with the breath of His mouth and will bring him to nothing with the brightness of His coming.”

But before that one is brought to nothing, the masses wanting relief will say:

Isaiah 30:11 “Get out of the way! Leave the pathway. Rid us of the Holy One of Israel.”

Yes, the masses will realize that Yahweh’s hand has come against the nations, and they will leave the pathway Christ laid out for Salvation, and the people will look to the Anti-Christ to rid them of Israel’s Son Christ Jesus message of his coming reign. Satan will then come into his own one world ruler-ship he had been trying to establish through his child the United States. But the United States will be swept over by the agitated waves from its lack of integrity to its people.

Tens of thousands of demonstrators throng the streets of London to protest $130 billion in spending cuts the Conservative-led government says are needed to tame a runaway deficit. It is one of the biggest demonstrations since rallies in 2003 against the Iraq war.

Tens of thousands of demonstrators whistled, chanted, drummed and marched their way through the heart of London on Saturday to protest massive government spending cuts that threaten to leave almost no part of British society untouched.

It was one of the biggest public demonstrations in Britain since 2003, when antiwar rallies were held across the country before the invasion of Iraq. Organizers said up to 250,000 people participated in the march, whose carnival-like atmospher

e was briefly marred by black-clad anarchists who smashed a few shop windows, flung paint bombs and attacked luxury icons such as the Ritz Hotel.

The protesters gathered here from all corners of Britain to express their outrage over a whopping $130 billion in cutbacks that the government insists are necessary to tame a runaway budget deficit. The retrenchment is expected to result in a radical shake-up of bedrock social services such as welfare and healthcare and in the elimination of nearly half a million public-sector jobs.


London shops attacked as 250,000 protest spending cuts

LONDON—Protesters clashed with police in London as hundreds of thousands of people, including public- sector workers and students, demonstrated against Britain’s deepest public spending cuts since World War II.

Demonstrators in the Oxford Street shopping area threw paint and light bulbs filled with ammonia, said a Metropolitan Police Service spokesman.

Windows were smashed and nine people were arrested, according to the police.

Footage broadcast by Sky News showed a branch of HSBC Holdings, Europe’s largest bank, splashed with paint as protesters broke in.

The Oxford Street rally coincided with a march to Hyde Park organized by the Trades Union Congress. The TUC said more than 250,000 people took part in the demonstrations, which “way exceeded” its expectations.