Millions watch prophetic warning in Washington DC

Jonathan Cahn
Jonathan Cahn led a massive crowd in repentance for the nation (YouTube)

New Jersey pastor Jonathan Cahn gave a warning to the USA in front of tens of thousands on 26 September, as pictured in our Oct/Nov issue.

The event took place  on Washington’s National Mall and was watched by millions in the States and around the world.

Cahn’s rally,  ‘The return: a day of repentance’, coincided with a prayer walk organised by evangelist Franklin Graham in the same city, and President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court.

“What we once revered, we now revile”

Michelle Bachmann led prayer alongside Franklin Graham
Michelle Bachmann led prayer alongside Franklin Graham

‘The return’ opened with the blowing of a shofar horn and involved other Christian leaders including Pat Robertson, Dr James Dobson, Pat Boone, Nicky Cruz, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, with worship leaders Michael W Smith and Don Moen.

Cahn, a ‘Messianic’ Jew (one who believes that Jesus is the long-awaited Messiah), spoke of America’s spiritual founding and explained how America has fallen away from its principles. He said: “What is evil, we now call ‘good,’ and what is good, we now call ‘evil.’ What we once revered, we now revile, and what we once knew to be wrong, we now celebrate”.

Cahn then compared the harbingers of national judgement that marked the last days of ancient Israel with similar signs appearing in America, including his belief before it happened that 2020 would be a year of great shaking for the nation.

He then lifted a potter’s jar and, reciting part of God’s message to Jeremiah, smashed it. The message was that if America continues its path away from God, it will end in catastrophe. Cahn then prayed for God’s mercy.

Amazon launches ‘mark of the beast’ scanner

Shopping behemoth Amazon has rolled out a new payment system for customers – using just their hand.

The palm recognition scanner called ‘Amazon One’ is now available in two of its Amazon Go shops in Seattle. As it negates the need for cash or credit card, some Christians have labelled the technology a preparation for the arrival of the Antichrist, as prophesied in the Bible.

Amazon thinks the scanner will become very popular in a Covid-19 world, as it is contactless.  Revelation 13:16-17 predicts people will have to “receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark”.

32 countries commit to pro-life protection

A new pro-life, pro-family agreement between 32 countries was launched in October by senior government officials from around the world.

The Geneva Consensus Declaration on ‘Promoting women’s health and strengthening the family’ was ratified at a ceremony hosted online by the US and led by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

Protection of every nation’s sovereignty

The Consensus commits the signatories to working together for better health for women and girls, the preservation of human life, the strengthening of the family as the foundational unit of society, and the protection of every nation’s sovereignty in global politics.

The Key sponsors were Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, Indonesia, Uganda and the US. The UK was not involved and it remains to be seen if President-elect Biden, if he is finally installed as President, pulls the US out of this Consensus.

Chinese whistle blower says Covid is man-made

Dr Li-Meng Yan
Dr Li-Meng Yan explains her case on Fox News

While the Chinese government and most scientists have dismissed the claim that Covid-19 escaped from a lab in Wuhan, a Chinese virologist says it was not only man-made but deliberately released.

LifeSiteNews reports that Dr Li-Meng Yan, a scientist who has fled China and is in hiding in the US, believes that the coronavirus was created in a lab and China “intentionally” spread the virus to “make such harm”.

Few commentators agree that Covid-19 was deliberately disseminated, but its accidental release is acknowledged as a possibility.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated in May that there was “enormous evidence” that the virus had come from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which houses one of a handful of BSL-4 (Biosafety Level 4) laboratories in the world. As the highest level of biological safety, a BSL-4 lab consists of work with highly dangerous and exotic microbes. Infections caused by these types of microbes are frequently fatal, and come without treatment or vaccines, such as the Ebola virus.

China and the Institute deny the accusation, but the Mail on Sunday reported in April that the Institute was carrying out virus experiments on bats from the very Chinese caves where Covid-19 is thought to have originated.

The Mirror also reported that photos of a Wuhan lab showed a broken seal on the door of a cabinet holding Covid-19 back in 2018. The images were re-published on Twitter this March but then deleted.

Dr Li-Meng Yan, who worked at Asia’s top virology lab in Hong Kong, has published a scientific article showing how “unusual features” of the virus “suggest… sophisticated laboratory modification”, including “insertions” that make it fatal for humans.

Norwegian virologist Birger Sorensen said in July: “The properties that we now see in the virus, we have yet to discover anywhere in nature.”

“Uniquely adapted to infect humans”

Nikolai Petrokvsy, an endocrinologist at Flinders University in Australia, believes “it was uniquely adapted to infect humans”.

Prof Joseph Tritto, president of the World Academy of Biomedical Sciences and Technologies, has published a book showing the virus was man-made, and New York virologist Jonathan Latham told LifeSiteNews it “almost certainly escaped” from a lab.

Dr Yan’s escape featured in The Mail on Sunday and The Daily Mirror back in April, but those who get their news from social media may still not have heard of this, as social media companies have been censoring dissenting views on Covid-19.

Politician says killing millions of French is OK

Dr Mahathir Mohamad
Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s words appear to incite Muslims to murder

A two-time former prime minister of Malaysia tweeted in October that Muslims have “a right to be angry and kill millions of French people”.

Dr Mahathir Mohamad, 95, who is still an MP, justified his excuse for genocide because of “the massacres of the past”. Twitter later deleted his words for violating its rules.]He added: “But by and large, the Muslims have not applied the ”eye for an eye’ law. Muslims don’t. The French shouldn’t”.

Mohamad’s comments came after the French President condemned a knife attack in Nice and the beheading of a Parisian teacher by radical Islamists.

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