Prophecy News Watch - May 30, 2022

Around the World
Ukraine’s President Admits Defeats In East
Ukraine's president has admitted that his forces are overwhelmed by the Russian military in the country's east. Volodymyr Zelensky made comments amid relentless battles over Ukraine's industrial heartland and warnings by Russia of an all-out war with the West.
Deafening silence? As Iranians continue to protest for freedom, West remains largely quiet
As Iranian demonstrators begin a third week calling for the death of Iranian supreme leader and the overthrow of his hardline regime, the opposition is taking to social media to express its frustration at being generally ignored and unsupported by the international community.
Russian FM: West has declared ‘total war’ on Russia
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday accused Western countries of waging a “total war” on Russia and its people and culture as Moscow pushes on with its military operation in Ukraine.
Suicide drones launched from inside Iran said to have hit Parchin military site
A deadly explosion at Iran’s Parchin military complex on Wednesday was caused by quadcopter suicide drones, in an attack that fits a pattern of previous strikes that have been attributed to Israel, The New York Times reported Friday.
Russia war will have ‘shattering’ effect on food shortages in Africa: ‘you’re going to see governments fall’
Russia’s war in Ukraine has had a devastating effect on millions in the war-torn nation, but officials are sounding the alarm that there will be a "shattering" impact worldwide that could take a significantly deadlier toll.
US issues new sanctions against North Korea after missile tests
The U.S. targeted two Russian banks Friday as part of new sanctions over alleged support for North Korea and its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
Erdogan Says Turkey Plans New Syrian Offensive, Won’t Seek U.S. Permission
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country is still committed to driving Syrian Kurdish militias out of northern Syria and that Ankara will not wait for permission from the United States before launching any new offensive.
Battles Overshadow 25th Anniversary NATO-Russia Accord
Fighting ravaged eastern Ukraine on the 25th anniversary of an agreement between the NATO military alliance and Russia that helped ease East-West tensions after the Cold War.
China, Russia veto US bid at UN to punish North Korea
China and Russia on Thursday vetoed a US-led bid at the United Nations to toughen sanctions on North Korea over its missile launches, laying bare divisions that Western envoys fear would be exploited by Pyongyang.

Israel-Palestinian Conflict
50,000 participate in Jerusalem flag march, record number of Jews ascend Temple Mount
An estimated 50,000 Israelis took to the streets on Sunday and participated in the Jerusalem Day flag march, an event celebrating the reunification of Israel’s capital city in 1967.
IDF special forces head to Cyprus to train for fight against Hezbollah
Hundreds of Israel Defense Forces soldiers, including special forces, headed to Cyprus on Sunday to participate in the final week of a major month-long exercise, simulating war against the Lebanese Hezbollah terror group.
We march where we want: Jerusalem Day parade to go ahead through Muslim Quarter
Israeli leaders vowed Friday that they would not be intimidated by threats of violence from Palestinian terror groups over Sunday’s contentious Jerusalem Day Flag March, which will go ahead as planned through the Old City’s Muslim Quarter as in the past.

Inside the United States
Texas Police Admit ‘Wrong Decision’ In School Massacre
A senior U.S. security official admitted Friday that police were reluctant to intervene in, and perhaps prevent, the nation’s deadliest school shooting in years.
Fed government revises first-quarter GDP, contraction worse than originally estimated
The Commerce Department has revised its first-quarter real gross domestic estimate to show the U.S. economy contracted at an annualized rate of 1.5%, compared to its original estimate in late April of 1.4%.
Schumer blocks Senate GOP school safety bill, angering Republicans
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on Wednesday blocked a school safety bill that has Republicans crying foul.

Christian News
US Urged To Add Nigeria As ‘Country Of Particular Concern’ After Killing Christians
An influential U.S.-based Christian advocacy group has urged the Biden administration to reverse its "baffling error" and add Nigeria back to its list of "Countries of Particular Concern” (CPC).

Worthy Watch
Disney Celebrates LGBTQ+
In a recent promotion, Disney produced this segment for its Disney Junior channel in celebration of LGBTQ+ month.
Thousands Celebrate Jerusalem Day in Israel
Thousands of Israelis celebrated Jerusalem Day on Sunday in the Holy City. A record 2,600 Israelis visited the Temple Mount on Sunday morning as well as thousands of police were deployed throughout the city.
Wall Streets Buying Homes in Record Numbers
One in seven family homes sold this year on now owned by Wall Street.
The Future of Humanity
"We will use technology to 'upgrade' ourselves into something different," states Yuval Noah Harari. He continued by saying, "Life will evolve by intelligent design, and it will break out of the organic realm into the inorganic realm."
Profiting from Pain
"Covid has been one of the most profitable products ever. Our report out today is called Profiting from Pain," stated Gabriela Bucher, Executive Director of Oxfam International at the World Economic Forum.
Protect Society, Get Vaccinated According to Pfizer CEO
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla: "You vaccinate not only for yourself, you vaccinate also to protect society, particularly to protect those that you love the most". However, the vaccine does not PREVENT transmission!
WEF: Danger of Losing This Moment for Transformative Change
Former prime minister of New Zealand Helen Clark says "People are over COVID... we are in danger of losing this moment for transformative change".
Protests in New York City on the 2-Year Anniversary of George Floyd
Protesters took to the streets of New York City chanting, "No Justice, No Peace."
WEF Agenda: Implanting ‘Under the Skin’
The CEO of Nokia, Pekka Lundmark: "I would say that by then [2030], definitely, the smartphone as we know it today will [no longer] be the most common [type of] interface. Many of these things [smart phone features] will be built directly into our bodies."
WEF Discusses ‘Trust Gap’ with Media, Governments with the Public
One of the topics that came up at the World Economic Forum was a lack of trust with globalists and their need to bridge this gap.
Texas Department of Public Safety Official Says Cops Were Reluctant to Take Out Uvalde Shooter Because ‘They Could’ve Been Shot’
Law enforcement officials are receiving criticism for their response to the horrific school shooting at an Uvalde elementary school after it was revealed the shooter was active inside the school for over an hour.
MonkeyPox Is a “Nothing Burger”
Last night on "The Ingraham Angle", Dr. Risch stated that monkeypox is a "nothing burger!"
‘Our Transgender Students Need to Feel Supported, Included, and Seen’
Rep. Banks: "You and this administration support biological boys competing against girls in sports?" Sec. of Education Miguel Cardona: "Our transgender students need to feel supported, included and seen."
Hezbollah Warns of Regional Explosion Over Flag March
Hezbollah leader Hannan Nasrallah threatened Israel with a "regional explosion" over its Sunday's Jerusalem Day Flag march. Israeli leaders vowed they would not be intimidated by threats of violence from various terrorist organizations. On Friday, Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said, “We will hold whatever kind of march we want to in our capital,” He continued by saying, “You will not threaten our sovereignty.”
Iraqi Parliament Passed Law Banning Normalization with Israel
The Shi'ite led parliamentary in Iraq passed a law banning normalization with Israel. The video includes scenes within the Iraqi Parliament as well as supporters of Shi'ite leader Muqtada al-Sadr celebrating the new law. Al-Sadr was reportedly so thrilled by this that he called on his supporters to pray and thank Allah for the passing of this new bill into law.
Successor of Mahmoud Abbas Has Been Appointed
The PA's Minister of Civil Affairs Hussein a-Sheikh was officially appointed as the Secretary of the Executive Committee in the PLO. This appointment filled the void created when Sa'eb Erekat (who died from Covid complications a year and a half ago), and this officially establishes a-Sheikh as the designated successor of Mahmood Abbas, the 87-year-old President of the Palestinian Authority.
Protests Take Place in Iran
Last night, demonstrations took place in the Iranian cities of Abadan, Khorramshahr, Bandar Abbas, Shadin Shahr, and Behbehaan. The protesters called on others to join. In the video, the residents of Abadan chant, "In spirit and blood, we will redeem you Abadan." Later, the protesters chanted, "Death, death to a dictator" and "Not Gaza, not Lebanon, I will give my life for Iran."
The WHO Treaty Is Tied to a Global Digital Passport and ID System
The WHO recently announced plans for an international pandemic treaty tied to a digital passport and digital ID system. Meeting in December 2021 in a special session for only the second time since the WHO’s founding in 1948, the Health Assembly of the WHO adopted a single decision titled, “The World Together.”