Category Archive: Signs in Protests and Uprisings

“I Won’t Pay” Movement Gains Ground in Greece

ATHENS, Greece — They blockade highway toll booths to give drivers free passage. They cover subway ticket machines with plastic bags so commuters can’t pay. Even doctors are joining in, preventing patients from paying… Continue reading

Libya: 2,000 reported killed in Benghazi, 1,000 in Tripoli

“They carried out a real massacre,” French doctor says; Fighter pilots crash planes rather than strike protesters. Militiamen loyal to Moammar Gaddafi clamped down in Tripoli, with the sound of gunfire ringing in… Continue reading

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Libya Violence Escalates as Qaddafi’s Son Vows `Rivers of Blood’

Libya erupted into violence last night after Muammar Qaddafi’s son threatened “rivers of blood” and deployed security forces on protesters, some of whom claimed control of the second-biggest city, Benghazi. At least 250… Continue reading

Would You Like to End This Spiritual War Early?

If you march in protest of something, make it count for what is most important. Demand that your governments surrender to Yahweh’s Lions of Zion (LOZ) and accept the incoming governmental rule of… Continue reading

Libyan forces fire on mourners at funeral again

(02-20) 10:49 PST CAIRO, Egypt (AP) — Libyan forces fired machine-guns at thousands of mourners marching in a funeral for anti-government protesters in the eastern city of Benghazi Sunday, a day after commandos… Continue reading

Food Shortages And Global Economic Riots In 2011

Before this year ends the United States will declare marshal law. They are already preparing for what they know cannot be avoided. The roaring of the people of other nations is the model… Continue reading

Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa – country by country

(CNN) – Two months ago, a Tunisian fruit vendor struck a match that started a fire that has spread throughout the much of North Africa and the Middle East. Muhammad Bouazizi’s self-immolation prompted… Continue reading

41 killed in protests against regime of Libya’s strongman

At least 41 people have been killed since the outbreak of anti-governmental protests in Libya. Libya’s strongman, Muammar Gaddafi, faces one of his severest challenges amid protests by thousands in the second city… Continue reading

US Gov. Threatens Martial Law to Enforce Austerity: Protests Erupt

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker proposed a bill last Thursday that would eliminate the collective bargaining rights for public workers, save police and fire departments, as well as slash pay… Continue reading

Massacre in Bahrain; Hospitals full; Docotor Urges World to Help

Isaiah 17:12 “[ Judgment against the Nations ] Ah! The roar of many peoples— they roar like the roaring of the seas. The raging of the nations— they rage like the raging of… Continue reading

Egypt in End Times: Ghost Horse Caught on Tape

Egypt has always been a place of mystery, but this mystery was captured on tape. Late on Thursday, MSNBC was showing images of Tahrir Square while covering the latest developments on the Egypt… Continue reading

Day Of Rage: Americans Finally Reacting To Economic Rape?

Last month we speculated how long it would take for the scenes on the streets of Cairo to be repeated in America. After all, Americans are facing similar levels of economic rape to… Continue reading

At Least 24 Dead as Libya Uprisings Grow

Protests are once again surging in Libya, where the opposition has declared a “day of rage” against Moammar Gadhafi, the long-serving military dictator of the nation. Protesters are said to have stormed one… Continue reading

Soaring Food Prices Could Spread Unrest To Central Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa

Spiking food prices are pushing tens of millions of people throughout the globe into poverty, and threaten to spread unrest in the Middle East further afield to sub-Saharan Africa and Central Asia, according… Continue reading