There are concerns about overfishing the world’s oceans:
July 31, 2015
It’s estimated that illicit fishing accounts for up 26 million tons of seafood a year and costs the global economy as much as 26 billion dollars annually. An international agreement to help curb the problem is gaining support, but still needs more backers before it can take effect.
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing – or IUU – not only causes economic damage, but is a threat to food security and biodiversity.
The Paris cathedral Notre Dame caught fire and much of it was burned. French President Emmanuel Macron vowed to rebuild it “because it is what the French expect of us, it is what our history deserves, it is, in the deepest sense, our destiny ”(see Notre Dame on Fire). France’s ‘destiny’ is to temporarily support the rising church-state Babylonian power of Revelation 17. …
The president of the Mormon church, Russell Nelson met with Pope Francis in the Vatican and referred to Pope Francis as “His Holiness”. Italy’s representative of the Mormons, Alessandro Dini-Ciacci, stated “Rome is the centre of Christianity” …
Some have been posting that Canada is looking at tracking people’s ‘negative behavior’ is a way that reminds various ones of China’s social credit scoring system (see Police in Canada Are Tracking People’s ‘Negative’ Behavior In a ‘Risk’ Database’ and US Post Office Spying On You). Various aspects of human privacy are being lost, and the West is providing …
The Europeans and Arabs are meeting today for a two-day conference:
EU, Arab League forge connections at first desert summit
24 February 2019
The broad agenda refers obliquely to discussions on “global and regional challenges.” …
Brexit concerns remain in the news:
February 23, 2019
London (CNN) Brexit could be on the brink of being postponed.
Three senior UK ministers have issued a warning to Theresa May that Britain’s departure
omorrow there is a protest against infanticide:
February 22, 2019
This coming Saturday, you just may see many women and men across the country wearing black. You also may find some businesses closed and others not so crowded.
Technology has gotten to the point where millions in some parts of China are under surveillance–the technology for this type of surveillance is also being implemented in the West …
Brexit remains a concern and the UK is trying to figure out if it can get the EU to compromise on at least the part related to borders related to Northern Ireland. And UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that Brexit will happen next month–some are preparing Brexit supplies in something called a ‘Brexit box’ in the event of disruptions of food or medical supplies …
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says that Brexit will occur next month:
Brexit: Theresa May ‘determined’ to leave EU in March
A reader tipped me off to the following:
China just tested the world’s most powerful naval gun, and US intelligence says it will be ready for warfare by 2025