World Governments in Chao’s: Europe and the Flood
As the world staggers under the weight of Islamic Jihadism throughout the world, the population that is without a home is unprecedented. But Islamic Jihadism is not the only problem today. It is but one problem. The world is a big place, but through technology it has become smaller. We can now track and find solutions to problems that once was unmanageable. But even with all our know-how and technology, what is happening here is biblical! It is unprecedented and there is no end in sight.
When the world works at tracking so many people in trouble, either through disaster or because of conflicts in their region, the results can be staggering. As Jan Egeland, the Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council said “Around 66,000 people abandoned their homes every day of 2015”.
The year 2014 saw the rise and push of ISIS into Iraq, having carved out a sizeable portion of Syria. In Africa, Boko Haram pushed it’s way into Nigeria and Kenya fighting and following the example of ISIS. In Sudan, Yemen, and other parts of Africa conflicts pushed people out. If it wasn’t conflict, there were disasters. By 2015, ISIS in the middle east had the US and a coalition to battle, plus Assad, and then Russia moved in. These troubled spots amount to “27.8 million new displacements in 127 countries in 2015”. As England put it “this is equivalent of the combined populations of New York City, London, Paris, and Cairo.
World Governments in Chao’s: Tracking the Displaced people around the world
The regions with the most new displacements, here the NRC means people. The Middle East and North Africa came in third with 4.8 million displaced people. The tracking of all this has seen a vast increase in the Middle East and North Africa since the Arab spring uprisings of 2010 . In the totals, the NRC says that Yemen, Syria, and Iraq have accounted for over half of the global total of displaced people. Outside of the Middle East, Ukraine, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, Colombia, Central African Republic, and South Sudan made up the highest number of people fleeing their regions. The number one area these people headed was to the European Union.
Second was South Asia with 7.9 million people without a home, the first was East Asia and the Pacific which came in at 8.4 million people displaced. According to figures by the NRC, there were 19.2 million ‘new’ displacements which were the result of disasters that hit 113 nations. This is more than double the number for conflict and violence. So as we are focused on Wars, especially in the Middle east and Islamic Jihadist wars; disasters outpaced these by far. The nations of India, China, and Nepal came in with 3.7 million, 3.6 million, and 2.6 million displaced people respectively. Among these disasters, El Nino was also the trigger for many weather related troubles.
- There were 19.2 million new displacements associated with disasters in 113 countries, more than twice as many as for conflict and violence. Over the past eight years, 203.4 million displacements have been recorded, an average of 25.4 million each year.
- South and east Asian regions, countries and events again dominated in terms of the highest absolute figures, but no region of the world was unaffected. India, China and Nepal accounted for the highest numbers, with 3.7 million, 3.6 million and 2.6 million respectively.
- Most displacement associated with disasters in 2015 took place in developing countries.
- Weather-related hazards triggered 14.7 million displacements in 2015. Despite the onset of an El Niño episode, this was lower than the annual average of 21.5 million since 2008.
- 4.5 million displacements were brought on by large-scale geophysical hazards. This was higher than the annual average, driven up by the Nepal earthquake disaster.
World Governments in Chao’s: Hotspot Libya, Syria, Iraq
Although the focus is on the E.U., in respect to the flood of refugees; the world eye is on the middle east. It is here where Russia, Turkey, Iran, Assad of Syria, Libya, Iraq, and the USA and the Coalition are also gathered to fight ISIS and other jihadists. The potential for a worse disaster and eventual world war 3 are in the coffer here. With all that firepower, men, and sides fighting; it can get confusing. This is just one of the major trouble spots in the world today.
The major humanitarian groups of the world try to help this human tide but there are more needs than available help. There is no doubt we can say that the chao’s has struck the world and it is shaken to the core. This is the perfect setting for the appearance of the Beast of Revelation 12, the Son of Perdition 2 Thessalonians 2.
World Governments in Chao’s: Humanitarian relief
One of the groups working overseas and elsewhere is Franklin Graham’s Samaritan’s Purse. They are working to alleviate the hurting. As the flood of people grew, so did efforts to help. But the need was overwhelming. According to their website, they were in Greece; the heart of the troubled spots. They ‘delivered more than 42,000 backpacks, more than a million meals since the beginning of the crisis’, plus they report ‘we have distributed shelter materials such as tarps and blankets, along with hygiene supplies and other non-food items.’
“They have too much guns,” said one young Kurdish Syrian, 19, who’s been working 12- to 14-hour days since he was 10. In broken but impressive English learned and pieced together from long hours working at tourist hotels, the young man described his plight. “I leave Syria because of the war. I am Kurdish. Not Turkish government, not Syrian, not Iraqi government–nobody likes us. Islamic government don’t like us. In 2014 ISIS began to attack Kobani.” from An Unsettling Frontier
World Governments in Chao’s: Will all these refugee’s doom Europe?
Is Europe Doomed by Migrants?
Here is a related video to this from Gatestone Institute
Most of the millions of overwhelmingly male migrants who have come to Europe in the past two years are not refugees fleeing war zones. Douglas Murray discusses the total failure of Germany and other countries to integrate the migrants, and what the consequences will be. “If you have jobs in Germany that need filling, why on earth wouldn’t you fill them with the young people from Italy, Greece, Portugal and other European countries, who are unemployed at the moment?”
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World Governments in Chao’s: Europe and the Flood
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