UPDATE: It seems clear that he misspoke about that date and meant to reference February 24 as reference with the full speech at the bottom of the page using closed caption translation into English.
Things are moving at a rapid pace in the world today. It seems that you can’t keep up with anything anymore. However, something that has raised some eyebrows recently came from a member fo the German legislature who declared that September 24, 2022 will be a day when everyone will remember “exactly where he or she was.”
What in the world are they planning to do on September 24th, 2022? As you will see below, a member of the German legislature is openly warning that September 24th will be a day when everyone will remember “exactly where he or she was”. Needless to say, those days don’t come along very often. For those that were alive at the time, the death of John F. Kennedy was one of those days. And certainly 9/11 was one of those days. But off the top of my head I can’t really think of too many others. I can remember what I was doing when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine earlier this year was definitely a major turning point. Beyond that, there just aren’t too many days that fall into this category.
That is why something that a member of the German parliament just said seems so odd…
“Everyone will not forget September 24, 2022 and everyone will know exactly where he or she was”
Why does he believe that September 24th will be so historic?
Video of this clip has been going viral on social media, and you can watch it for yourself right here. Full speech at end of article.
When the 24th of September was mentioned, you can hear other members of the German legislature react.
Did he reveal something that he wasn’t supposed to reveal?
At this point we don’t know.
Perhaps nothing is planned for September 24th.
Operation London Bridge – What Will Happen When Queen Elizabeth II Dies..
One day Queen Elizabeth II will pass away, resulting in arguably the biggest funeral of the century. The preparations for the days, weeks, and months after her passing, are given the code name Operation London Bridge. Upon her death, her eldest son, Prince Charles, will immediately become King. This could signal great change, not just for the United Kingdom but potentially the world.
For at least 12 days, between her passing, the funeral, and beyond, Britain will grind to a halt. The chaos will cost the UK economy billions in lost earnings. The stock markets and banks are likely to close.
It will be an event, unlike anything Britain has seen since the end of World War II.
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Vatican and D.C. Force Non-Disclosure to Public Romania’s discovery
The Pentagon Secret Hidden Base and Tunnels – A Secret World Under Bucegi Mountains Colossal diplomatic pressures were issued by the USA and the Vatican to the Romanian Government to not disclose this revelation to the world, which led to the agreement between the Vatican, USA< and Romania!
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Expiring security standard may cripple internet access.
UPDATED to add Windows-based servers as another class of device that might have connection trouble next week.
Old Macs, iPhones, PlayStation 3 and Nintendo 3DS gaming consoles, an unknown number of smart TVs, set-top boxes and other “smart” devices, and even some PlayStation 4s may lose some internet connectivity next week.
That’s because a widely used digital certificate used to verify secure internet connections expires on Sept. 30, and millions of older devices won’t be able to update to install newer certificates.
- Every Mac can be hacked by this new flaw, and there’s no fix yet
- HP’s new 34-inch all-in-one PC looks light years ahead of Apple’s iMac
- Plus: Windows 11 is getting an update to make it better for Android users
As a result, many activities that requires a secure internet connection — from watching Netflix to checking your email to reading regular websites — may not work on older devices
- A new study looked at GDPs for 128 low- and lower middle-income countries and the infant mortality rate per 1,000 children
- An excess 267,000 infant deaths were reported in 2020, which is 7% higher than the 248,000 fatalities initially projected last year
- The highest number of estimated excess infant deaths were seen in India, which had a total of 99,642
Hundreds of thousands of babies died last year due to the economic fallout from COVID-19, a new modeling study suggests.
Researchers from World Bank Group, a financial institution headquartered in Washington, DC, estimated that an extra 267,000 infant fatalities were reported n 2020 in low- and middle-income countries.
This is seven percent higher than the number of newborns that usually die in the course of a year.
The team says the findings emphasize the vulnerability of the youngest age group to economic downturns, such as those brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
An excess 267,000 infant deaths were reported in 2020, 7% higher than the 248,000 fatalities initially projected last year. Pictured: Stamford Elementary school teacher Luciana Lira, 42, holds baby Neysel, then two weeks, to show his mother Zully, a Guatemalan asylum seeker, and her son Junior, 7, via Zoom in Connecticut, April 2020
Past studies have examined indirect deaths caused by COVID-19, meaning not from the virus itself.
For example, one study found 75,000 Americans died indirectly due the pandemic such as delaying seeking life-saving medical care.
And preliminary figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest that a record 93,000 people die from drug overdose deaths in the U.S. in 2020 due to the proliferation of fentanyl and the stress of the pandemic.
The new study examined the impact that countries’ falling Gross Domestic Product (GDP) had on the survival of children up to 12 months old.
For the study, published in BMJ Open, the team looked at data from the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Program, which is implemented by ICF International.
Researchers looked at GDP in 128 low- and lower middle-income countries including in sub-Saharan Africa, South and East Asia, the Middle East and Europe
Next, they looked at the infant mortality rate per 1,000 children.
Calculations found that 267,208 infants from low- and middle-income countries died in 2020.
This figure represents a seven percent increase from the roughly 248,000 infant deaths that were initially projected last year.
The highest numbers of estimated excess infant deaths were seen in South Asia with 113,141 – making up about 42 percent of all deaths last year.
Of all the countries, India had the highest total number of newborn deaths at 99,642.
The authors compared the 82,239 deaths estimate for Africa in 2020 to the 50,000 estimated in the year following the 2009 financial crisis.
They note that this shows the COVID-19 pandemic was even more devastating for the economy than the Great Recession.
‘Regardless of the exact number of projected deaths, the large number of excess infant deaths estimated in our analysis underscores the vulnerability of this age group to negative aggregate income shocks, such as those induced by the COVID-19 pandemic,’ the authors wrote.
The team says there could be several reasons how the economic fallout led to children under age one are dying at such high rates.
This includes malnutrition, lack of ability to access healthcare services and poor quality of these services.
‘As countries, health systems, and the wider global community continue efforts to prevent and treat COVID-19, we should also consider resources to stabilize health systems and strengthen social safety nets in order to mitigate the human, social, and economic consequences of the pandemic and related lockdown policies,’ they wrote.