Bangkok police use tear gas on protesters besieging govt buildings

World Events and the Bible

WEB Notes: The uprisings we witnessed two years ago in the Middle East have spread the world around. People are fed up with their bankrupt and corrupt governments who place the burden of their mistakes upon the tax payer. We know it’s the International Bankers who have a firm grip on these nations and bring chaos to the world. The nations of the world are greatly perplexed. Waring one moment while making peace treaties the next. We currently see these peace deals moving forward with Iran and Syria which are two nations the scriptures document being destroyed just before the reign of the Anti-Christ. If we turn our Bible to Luke 21:25  “And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;” 26 “Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” When the powers of Heaven are shaken, Satan and his angels will be cast from Heaven to earth. This is when Satan will play his role as Anti-ChristThe sea that is roaring is the people of the earthRev 17:15 documents the waters are the people. The instability of the people continue at a very rapid pace. When the nations of the world crumble due to financial destruction and the wars spin out of control a one world government will be proposed to save the world from doom and Satan will claim to be Christ, the one to save it. Have you read?

(RT) – Police dispersed activists with tear gas who were attempting to storm Bangkok’s Government House amidst deadly clashes in the Thai capital. Opposition protesters are calling for the ouster of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawtra.

Anti-government activists, seeking to storm the Government House, ripped down barriers outside the official building, reporters told AFP. In response the Bangkok police fired tear gas canisters and used water cannons to push back the crowd of protesters. Prime Minister Yingluck has vacated the Government House and is overseeing the situation from an undisclosed location in the city. Hundreds of activists also took control of Thai state broadcaster PBS.

The opposition protest movement has pledged to topple the government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawtra and install a “people’s council.” On Sunday protest leader, Suthep Thaugsuban, called on his supporters to push for the ouster of the Shinawatra government.

“Seizure of the PM’s office, police headquarters and several ministries will paralyze this corrupted and illegitimate government,” said Suthep, whose comments were broadcast by Bluesky Television network. “Without the works of these key ministries, the government will stop most of its functions and finally collapse.”

Anti-government protests having been happening in the Thai capital for the past 7 days and had been relatively peaceful. On Saturday night demonstrations descended into violence as anti-government activists attacked a pro-government rally.

Around 70,000 government supporters, or “red coats,” had gathered in Bangkok’s Ramkamhaeng arena for a rally on Saturday. Later in the evening gunmen fired into the stadium killing at least two people and injuring dozens more.

“Students were inside the compound of the university when all of a sudden a gunman fired several shots through the fence of the university injuring many students,” Attiwat Nakpao, deputy leader of a Ramkamhaeng University student group, told local media.

In spite of the violence during the night, firebrand opposition leader, Suthep Thaugsuban, called on his supporters for peaceful action.

“Our operation today must be peaceful and non-violent… enter places with politeness,” said Suthep Thaugsuban, a former MP. “You must obey your leaders when they say to move forward or to withdraw,” he said, adding “if anything happens we must stand still and not fight or use weapons.”

The Thai authorities deployed over 2,700 troops in Bangkok to bolster police forces on Sunday in a move to bring the protests to heel.

The unrest has seen Thai society divided, with Prime Minister Yingluck enjoying popularity with the rural Thai population, while the middle class and Bangkok’s elite are calling for her government to be toppled.

Protest was sparked earlier this month when Yingluck attempted to pass an Amnesty Bill that would have allowed her older brother, Thaksin, to return to Thailand and dodge prison. Thaksin Shinawtra was deposed from government in 2006 by the military and has since been living in self-imposed exile. He was convicted two years later of abuse of power, a charge which he denies and claims is politically motivated.

The opposition has condemned him and alleges that he still controls the current government. Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawtra has refused calls for elections, but has proposed to open dialogue with the opposition, an offer which they have refused.  – RT: Bangkok police use tear gas on protesters besieging govt buildings

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