G20 urges European leaders to deal decisively with debt turmoil.
Protests raged in cities from Sydney to Chicago on Saturday as global finance chiefs met in Paris to discuss a way out of Europe’s sovereign debt turmoil.
Thousands took to the streets in New Zealand and Australia, followed by Manila and Hong Kong, as demonstrations spread to Europe — where violence broke out on the streets of Rome, and protesters in London scuffled with police — and finally the US, the home of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Protesters hit out at corporate greed and cutbacks by governments, with many expressing anger over unemployment and opposition to the financial elite.
Meanwhile, following the second day of talks in Paris, global finance chiefs gathered at a meeting of the G20 last night urging Europe’s leaders to “decisively” deal with the region’s sovereign debt turmoil, setting an October 23 summit as the deadline for a plan.
The outbreaks of violence marred an overwhelmingly peaceful protest, inspired by America’s “Occupy Wall Street” and Spain’s “Indignants”, targeting 951 cities in 82 countries across the planet. Scuffles broke out in London where about 800 people rallied in the financial district near Saint Paul’s Cathedral, raising banners saying: “Strike back!”; “No cuts!” and “Goldman Sachs is the work of the devil!”
The World will be filled with turmoil, chaos and violence in the last days.
Jesus the Messiah is very clear in regards to the signs, Christians shall look for, that points towards his sudden and unexpected return.
For then there will be great distress, unequaled from the beginning of the world until now—and never to be equaled again.
All who know their Bibles and have encountered the living Messiah, must rejoice. He will be back soon.
Written by Ivar