Global Spotlight: Asia-Singapore

Singapore country profile bbc.com

“..Singapore is a wealthy city state in south-east Asia. Once a British colonial trading post, today it is a thriving global financial hub and described as one of Asia’s economic “tigers”. It is also renowned for its conservatism and strict local laws and the country prides itself on its stability and security…”

Movies

-Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians crazyrichasiansmovie.com
Crazy Rich Asians (2018)
PG-13 | 2h | Comedy , Romance | 15 August 2018 (USA) imdb.com
Crazy Rich Asians (film) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“..The film received positive reviews from critics, with praise for its performances, screenplay, and the production and costume design. It is the first film by a major Hollywood studio to feature a majority Asian American cast in a modern setting since The Joy Luck Club in 1993.[3] As of October 2018, the film had grossed over $236 million worldwide, making it the highest-grossing romantic comedy in a decade.[4] A sequel is in development. ..”

5 Must-Visit Food Places In Singapore As Mentioned In Crazy Rich Asians guide.michelin.com
“.. Salivate over these lip-smacking food references in the novel-turned-Hollywood movie on the lifestyles of the rich and famous in Singapore. .

The romantic comedy, which stars Constance Wu and Henry Golding, is also a watershed film. It features an all-Asian ensemble cast that includes actors from Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines and the US — a first for a major Hollywood film since The Joy Luck Club (1993)….”

WATCH: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ actor Nico Santos greets fellow Filipinos (philstar.com) – August 6, 2018 – 12:37pm

“…
Santos joins the all-Asian cast of “Crazy Rich Asians” as fashion designer Oliver T’Sien.

“As a Filipino actor, I’m very proud to be a part of the cast of this big Hollywood movie,” Santos says in the video.

“Crazy Rich Asians” also stars Filipino actress Kris Aquino and opens in Philippine cinemas in August 22.

Rated PG by the MTRCB, “Crazy Rich Asians” is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Entertainment Company.
..

[4K] Singapore Like You’ve Never Seen Before – YouTube

Visit Singapore – Passion Made Possible – Visit Singapore Official Site visitsingapore.com

Singapore Travel Guide – Must-See Attractions – YouTube

Places to visit in Singapore

Gardens

Gardens by the Bay – Singapore Garden City – YouTube

Gardens By The Bay Singapore. Exploring Breath-taking … – YouTube

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Spotlight Sitcom: “Little House on the Prairie”

  • Little House on the Prairie TV-PG | 1h | Drama, Family, Romance | TV Series (1974–1983) imdb.com

    Sal: I remember sharing in kindergarten class during “Share & Tell” that this was my favorite show to watch back in the days. I can’t remember when I stopped watching this show, but I do remember watching many shows on t.v.

    Little House on the Pairie Theme Song

    Episodes

    List of Little House on the Prairie episodes From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org
    “..The following is a list of episodes for the television show Little House on the Prairie, an American Western drama about a family living on a farm in Walnut Grove, Minnesota from the 1870s to the 1890s. The show is an adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s series of Little House books.

    The regular series was preceded by the two-hour pilot movie, which first aired on March 30, 1974. The series began on the NBC network on September 11, 1974, and ended on May 10, 1982.

    The majority of the episodes run approximately 50 minutes (not counting commercials, they have since been edited for syndication to accommodate more commercial time). Expanded episodes (90 minutes to 2 hours) have been indicated as such; many of these may not currently be shown in determined areas due to their length. ..”

    Pilot

    Little House on the Prairie – Episode Guide – Season 1 littlehouseontheprairie.com
    ‘…For the first time since their original TV broadcast, all 24 season 1 episodes are now presented complete and uncut, and newly restored and remastered for optimal picture and sound quality! In this ultimate season 1 episode guide, you’ll relive all of the heartwarming adventures and learn some new facts along the way. Some of our favorite facts and tidbits came from Alison Arngrim’s autobiography and Melissa Gilbert’s memoir.

    Below is a complete index with links to the Pilot Movie and Season One episodes:..”

    Little House on the Prairie – Pilot (Part2) Highlights

    Little House on the Prairie – Pilot (Part4) Highlights

    Little House on the Prairie – Pilot Deleted Scene

    Season 1

    Season 1 Episode 1 A Harvest of Friends Preview Little House on the …

    Season 1 Episode 2 – Country Girls Preview – Little House … – YouTube

    Little house on the prairie season 1 – YouTube

    Season 1 Episode 8 Ma’s Holiday Preview Little House on the Prairie

    Little House on the Prairie Season 1 Episode 14 The Lord is my Shepherd part 2

    LHOP ~ The Lord Is My Shepherd (2) Prt 1

    LHOP ~ The Lord Is My Shepherd (2) Prt 2

    Little House On The Prairie — Season One Deluxe … – YouTube

    LHOP ~ The Lord Is My Shepherd (2) prt3

    LHOP ~ The Lord Is My Shepherd (2) prt4

    *see How can we hear from God “clearer”? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    LHOP ~ The Lord Is My Shepherd (2) prt5

    Behind the Scenes

    Little House On The Prairie – Behind The Scenes !

    filming Little House

    Little House on the Prairie – Outtakes

    (documentary) Little House on the Prairie: The American Dream by Elliot Robinson

    Interviews

    interview andrew garvey patrick labyorteaux VOSTFR

    interview matthew labyorteaux albert ingalls VOSTFR

    interview reverand alden dabbs greer VOSTFR

    Merlin Olsen Little House Interview

    Merlin Olsen (1940–2010) imdb.com
    “Merlin Olsen was born on September 15, 1940 in Logan, Utah, USA. He was an actor, known for Mitchell (1975), Little House on the Prairie (1974) and Fathers and Sons (1986). He was married to Susan Wakely. He died on March 11, 2010 in Duarte, California, USA. See full bio » ..”

    Merlin Olsen – Player BIO | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site profootballhof.com
    “..As a rookie Olsen was voted into the Pro Bowl. And in the winters that followed they never played a Pro Bowl without him for 14 consecutive years. Ten times he was selected a first- or second-team All-Pro. Merlin came to the Rams as one of their two first round draft choices in 1962…”

    Katherine MacGregor Little House interview Pt. 1

    interview nels oleson richard bull VOSTFR

    interview nellie oleson alison arngrim VOSTFR

    Alison Arngrim Reveals ‘Little House On The Prairie’ Secrets | Megyn Kelly TODAY

    Little House on the Prairie – Melissa Anderson Interview 1 imdb.com

    Little House on the Prairie – Melissa Anderson Interview 1

    Little House on the Prairie – Melissa Anderson Interview 2

    interview almanzo wilder dean bulter VOSTFR

    interview caroline ingalls karen grassle 1ere part VOSTFR

    interview laura ingalls melissa gilbert VOSTFR 3emes part

    interview laura ingalls melissa gilbert VOSTFR derniere part

    Michael Landon
    Biography
    imdb.com
    “.. Michael Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz, on Saturday, October 31st, 1936, in Forest Hills, Queens, New York. In 1941, he and his family moved to Collingswood, New Jersey…”
    Michael Landon
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org
    “..Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz on October 31, 1936, in Forest Hills, a neighborhood of Queens, New York.[2][3] His parents were Peggy (née O’Neill; a dancer and comedian) and Eli Maurice Orowitz. His father was Jewish.[4] Eugene was the Orowitz family’s second child; their daughter, Evelyn, was born three years earlier, in 1933. In 1941, when Landon was four years old, he and his family moved to the Philadelphia suburb of Collingswood, New Jersey. He attended and celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth Shalom. His family recalls that Landon “went through a lot of hassle studying for the big event, which included bicycling to a nearby town every day to learn how to read Hebrew and do the praying.”[5] He attended Collingswood High School.[2] ..”

    JOHNNY CARSON INTERVIEW MICHAEL LANDON Jul 24 1981

    JOHNNY CARSON INTERVIEW MICHAEL LANDON Mar 10 1989

    What Happened to Michael Landon?

    Michael Landon Tribute 1991 Part 1

    Remembering the Last Farewell, part 1

    The Little House on the Prairie reunion 2005 (Tombstone) 1

    Little House on the Prairie Today Show Reunion April 30 2014

    Little House Stars and Guest Stars

    Little House on the Prairie
    Published on Mar 11, 2015
    “Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder” is a one-hour documentary that goes beyond the famed “Little House” books to the behind-the-scenes, true life story of one of America’s most iconic authors, Laura Ingalls Wilder. Step further into Laura’s world with 35 minutes of bonus features and travel behind the scenes with director Dean Butler to experience the making of “Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder”. Available on DVD on Amazon.com.

    The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder Tribute ( Little House on the Prairie TV Show Theme Song)

    Walnut Grove Then & Now

    Real Ingalls Family

    The Real “Little House on the Prairie” Family – YouTube

    About The Ingalls Family by Sarah S. Uthoff 111 Comments littlehouseontheprairie.com
    “..Charles Phillip Ingalls or “Pa” (1836-1902)

    Charles had a wandering foot in all his various incarnations. In real life his family had long been farmers, moving several times while he was growing up in search of a better chance. Charles followed this same pattern with his own family after marrying Caroline Quiner, always in search of better financial opportunities, specifically a successful wheat farm. After many moves and attempts, with his family’s help Charles proved up his homestead, but due to health issues he retired from farming almost immediately afterward. Together Charles and Caroline built up one final home in De Smet, South Dakota. It’s known in Laura circles as the Third Street House and is where Charles and Caroline spent the rest of their respective lives…”

    “..Laura was both a pioneer and an author. She helped her family create a homestead, worked as a seamstress and taught school before marrying Almanzo James Wilder. They set out to build their own farm. They had several failed attempts before finally making a last fresh start in Mansfield, Missouri. They were able to improve their farm slowly until they had a modestly successful farm of over 200 acres. Laura’s work sharing information to improve farm life led to a semi-regular career writing mostly magazine articles for the Missouri Ruralist. Her own ambitions and her daughter Rose’s prodding led her to write and publish a fictionalized account of her childhood in the Little House books. The process of creating the series and later answering her fan mail would be her big project for the rest of her life…”

    The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder – Behind The Scenes

    Laura Ingalls Wilder LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE Bio | Almanzo Wilder | Rose Wilder Lane

    Lake City

    Walnut Grove

    Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum walnutgrove.org

    ” Enjoy learning the history of the Ingalls Family in Walnut Grove at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and Gift Store. The museum’s collections are housed in a series of interesting buildings, including an 1898 depot, a chapel, an onion-domed house, dugout display, little red schoolhouse, early settler home, and covered wagon display. Also on display are memorabilia from visits by the following stars from the “Little House on the Prairie” TV series:..”


    Laura Ingalls Wilder – Walnut Grove, MN – YouTube

    Walnut Grove, MN: Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum part 1, Video 8

    Book

    The gritty true story behind ‘Little House on the Prairie’ businessinsider.com
    “.. Since then, this first-hand account of life in the US in the 19th century has become a surprise publishing hit in the US. ..”

    -Pepin Wisconsin

    Little House on the Prairie Audiobook – YouTube

    Good News USA
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  • Global Country Spotlight: Middle East~Israel-Jerusalem

    Jerusalem District
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    DIY Destinations – Israel Budget Travel Show

    “Old City”

    Maps of Jerusalem visitjeru.com

    JERUSALEM | THE OLD CITY – A TRAVEL TOUR – HD … – YouTube

    Building of the Temple

    Best video showing that the new Temple of God will be built in the city of David
    https://youtu.be/i2eFuSAQiV4
    Visual Proof
    Published on Jan 29, 2018
    “The time of rebuilding the third temple can start now if Israel accepts the truth.
    PAYPAL LINK TO DONATE IF YOU FEEL LED TO-
    https://www.paypal.me/VisualProofChannel

    Third Jewish Temple Will Be Rebuilt! Fulfilling Bible Prophecy

    3rd Temple/Putin/Cyrus/The Donald – YouTube

    Book of Ezra biblestudytools.com

    Ezra 1 biblestudytools.com
    “..
    Cyrus Helps the Exiles to Return

    1 In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, in order to fulfill the word of the LORD spoken by Jeremiah, the LORD moved the heart of Cyrus king of Persia to make a proclamation throughout his realm and also to put it in writing:
    2 “This is what Cyrus king of Persia says: “ ‘The LORD, the God of heaven, has given me all the kingdoms of the earth and he has appointed me to build a temple for him at Jerusalem in Judah.
    3 Any of his people among you may go up to Jerusalem in Judah and build the temple of the LORD, the God of Israel, the God who is in Jerusalem, and may their God be with them.
    4 And in any locality where survivors may now be living, the people are to provide them with silver and gold, with goods and livestock, and with freewill offerings for the temple of God in Jerusalem.’ ”
    5 Then the family heads of Judah and Benjamin, and the priests and Levites—everyone whose heart God had moved—prepared to go up and build the house of the LORD in Jerusalem.
    6 All their neighbors assisted them with articles of silver and gold, with goods and livestock, and with valuable gifts, in addition to all the freewill offerings.
    7 Moreover, King Cyrus brought out the articles belonging to the temple of the LORD, which Nebuchadnezzar had carried away from Jerusalem and had placed in the temple of his god.
    8 Cyrus king of Persia had them brought by Mithredath the treasurer, who counted them out to Sheshbazzar the prince of Judah.
    9 This was the inventory:
    10 gold bowls, 30 matching silver bowls, 410 other articles, 1,000
    11 In all, there were 5,400 articles of gold and of silver. Sheshbazzar brought all these along with the exiles when they came up from Babylon to Jerusalem.
    ..”

    Something Biblical is Going On! (2018-2019)

    “25 Signs We Are Near the Last Days” with Don Stewart

    Hope For Our Times
    Published on Jul 11, 2017
    Don Stewart brings a message of hope as he looks at “25 Signs We Near the Last Days”

    Connect with Pastor Tom!

    George S.
    1 month ago
    We ARE in the last days Not NEAR the last days

    -Archaeology

    In-Depth Exploration of The City of David in Jerusalem

    JewishPressTV
    Published on May 20, 2012
    Yishai Fleisher (JewishPress.com) takes us on an adventure in the famous Ir Davide (City of David) in Jerusalem. Connections between the history of the Jewish people in Israel and the modern day discovery of archeological evidence.

    The Watchman Episode 50: Inside Jerusalem’s Largest Archaeological Dig

    Christ Revealed FULL Episode 1: The #1 Christian Documentary of 2017

    Christ Revealed
    Published on Nov 7, 2017
    The #1 Christian Documentary of 2017

    Sign up for FREE NOW: http://www.ChristRevealed.com

    Join Gov. Mike Huckabee, J. Warner Wallace the Author of Cold-Case Christianity, Sean McDowell and many others on an epic journey of a lifetime

    Faith is Under Attack Like Never Before. Do You Get Questions But Don’t Know How to Answer? Join Us In…
    Revealing Astonishing Facts That Will Transform Opinions About the Validity of Christ and the Resurrection.

    THE HISTORY:
    Christ Revealed brings to life the history of Jesus like never before. Walk in the sacred footsteps of Jesus during his ministry. Hear from the best scholars in the world on this subject.

    THE EVIDENCE:
    We’ll visit the sites of some of the Savior’s most powerful miracles, and discover astonishing facts that prove without a doubt the existence of Christ.

    THE INSPIRATION
    In these challenging times of pain and conflict, from Christ Revealed a message of hope and inspiration emerges. No matter what your faith, this documentary will serve as guiding light in your life.

    Travel

    Jerusalem Tips : The 7 Things Every Visitor Should Know

    Jerusalem Travel Guide: Everything you need to know

    TheTravelingClatt
    “Published on Jul 16, 2017

    Jerusalem Travel Guide: Everything you need to know. This is your ULTIMATE Jerusalem Travel guide. Jerusalem is an incredible city filled with beautiful sights, sounds and smells. Today we visited all of the most important sight within the Old City and New. As well we show you where you HAVE to go when your here.”

    72 Hours in JERUSALEM (By A Professional Tour Guide)

    Others:

    Global Country Spotlight: Middle East~Israel-Northern District goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    Praying for Peace

    Peacemaking: Various Ways Between Arabs and Jews goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    more…
    http://middleeastern.goodnewseverybody.com/israelites.html

    Good News Middle East
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    Global Country Spotlight: Middle East~Saudi Arabia

    Saudi Arabia Uncovered (2016 documentary) – YouTube

    On Jamal Khashoggi, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Saudi Arabia Tamara Cofman WittesFriday, October 19, 2018 .brookings.edu

    Economic Development

    Saudi Arabia future $ 1 trillion mega projects 2018 2030

    Saudi Arabia launches multi-billion dollar entertainment resort Reuters By Stephen Kalin and Marwa Rashad,Reuters 21 hours ago (4.29.18) yahoo.com
    ‘..QIDDIYA, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) – Saudi King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attended the ground-breaking ceremony on Saturday of a vast entertainment resort that is at the heart of an ambitious strategy to open the economy and ease social restrictions.

    Qiddiya, about an hour’s drive from Riyadh, is being built on a 334 sq km (8,400-acre) site, making it 2-1/2 times the size of Disney World.

    It will include a Six Flags theme park, water parks, motor sports, cultural events, and vacation homes. A spokesman said Qiddiya expects to attract 1.5 million visitors annually when the first phase opens in 2022…”

    Jeddah City

    travel to saudi arabia jeddah city/السفر الى السعودية مدينة … – YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ROo70lopiA
    Mix Masala
    Published on Feb 21, 2017

    travel to Saudi Arabia Jeddah city/السفر الى السعودية مدينة جدة جزيره العرب
    is a very beautiful video who want to visit Jeddah.Jeddah is a very beautiful city of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
    Ocean, historical places , markets , desert and all kind of places are available in Jeddah city. “

    -Kingdom Tower

    Jeddah Tower construction reaches 63rd floor
    Alexander Walter By Alexander Walter
    Feb 8, ’18 3:05 PM EST /archinect.com
    “..Progress on the soon-to-be tallest structure on earth has been troubled for a while, with the main contractor (and partial owner) Saudi Binladin Group going through a financial rough patch and, more recently, several project officials and royal family members being targeted by the country’s anti-corruption crackdown.

    Despite the challenges, work is going ahead on the 1,000 m/3,281 ft Jeddah Tower (formerly Kingdom Tower) designed by Chicago-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, and construction recently reached the 63rd floor.
    ..”

    Jeddah Tower
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org

    “..Construction history

    In May 2008, soil testing in the area cast doubt over whether the proposed location could support a skyscraper of the proposed one-mile height, and MEED reported that the project had been scaled back, making it “up to 500 metres (1,640 ft) shorter.”[45]

    Reports in 2009 suggested that the project had been put on hold due to the Global financial crisis of 2008–2009 and that Bechtel (the former engineering firm) was “in the process of ending its involvement with the project.”[46][47] Kingdom Holding Company quickly criticized the news reports, insisting that the project had not been shelved.[48]..”

    Jeddah / Kingdom Tower ( On Hold ) World’s Tallest Building – YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vbkVLFMvRI
    “..As of April 2018, the building has reached the 66th floor and Building has placed on hold due to investigations and imprisonment of its chief financiers…”

    -Al Balad

    Al Balad District Jeddah – YouTube

    “Old Jeddah Al Balad” tripadvisor.com

    -NEOM

    Is Saudi Arabia About to Build A Mega City Atop Mount Sinai? By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz January 23, 2019 , 2:14 pm breakingisraelnews.com
    “..As researchers debate the location of Biblical Mount Sinai, the Saudi Arabian government is moving forward with plans for a mega-city built on top of one of the prime candidates. ..

    Mauro will be posting a website with a petition calling on the U.S. State Department and Saudi government to preserve the sites and have them put on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Due to Saudi restrictions on visitors, the site is difficult to research and if the Saudi plans go through, it will be impossible…

    Rabbi Harry Moskoff, the author of the A.R.K Report, concurred that Mount Sinai is in Saudi Arabia but disagrees with the theory that Jabal al Lawz is Mount Sinai.

    “The theory that Jebel al Lawz is the location of Sinai is very low on Biblical facts,” Moskoff told Breaking Israel News. Moskoff explained that the theory was first made popular by a book, The Gold of Exodus, published 20 years ago. “Other researchers followed that lead but there were a lot of errors in that theory. In order to research this subject, it is necessary to go back to the original sources which are Biblical and Jewish.”

    SACRILEGIOUS SAUDI NEOM EXPERIMENT! Kingdom Of … – YouTube

    “PRAECURSATOR
    Published on Jan 10, 2019
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    The NEOM project is a subject of major importance that we do not talk about and whose stakes are high to the degree that the Zahra center France make it a point to alert you to the danger it represents.
    Egyptian President El Sisi, a strong ally of Israel has formed strong alliances with Saudi Arabia to be a part of the NEOM project. A budget of $500 billion has been allocated for the construction of this mega-city, and the brightest brains of our time will come from all over the world to participate in its development. Indeed, according to its designers, NEOM must “bring together not only the best of Arabia, Asia, Africa, but Europe and America as well.”
    There’s big preparations underway for NEOM 2030.
    Israel’s transport minister Yisrael Katz made a statement in April 2017 on a state-of-the-art railway project linking Israel to Jordan and Saudi Arabia. A arailway linking the Mediterranean to the Red Sea: the “RedMed” project, between the ports of Eilat and Haifa, via Dimona.
    As a result, the city of NEOM would be accessible to Israel, the Mediterranean and, more broadly, Europe.
    It will also have access to Africa by a bridge linking it to Egypt via the famous islands of Tirane and Sanafir.

    Donald Trump chose the Saudi kingdom for his first official outing as president of the United States. All of this is symbolism.
    During this move, Trump signed a nearly $400 billion investment contracts with Riyadh.
    $100 billion were allocated to arms contracts.
    The remaining $300 billion was largely devoted to investment in NEOM.
    Remember that the estimated budget of this mega project is $500 billion and that part of these funds comes from the famous “purge” that recently took place in the kingdom.
    A series of spectacular arrests, which affected many princes and businessmen, some of the richest in Saudi Arabia. The choice proposed by MBS was simple, release by means of payment. This massive, large-scale, racketeering operation collected nearly $100 billion.


    First phase of NEOM construction underway Updated 26 October 2018 arabnews.com
    “..Work on the first airport in the development is expected to be completed before the end of 2018 with the first bi-weekly flights operating at the start of 2019, NEOM said in a statement…”

    Construction Week In Focus | S02E24: Saudi Arabia’s Neom in 2018 …
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTJYEaLK8c4
    “..Construction Week
    Published on Oct 22, 2018
    Neom is one of Saudi Arabia’s and the world’s most impressive construction schemes, but how has the project progressed in 2018?

    The $500bn (SAR1.9tn) Neom City was revealed at the Future Investment Initiative 2017 conference, organised by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. The fund is led by Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, and is developing, alongside Neom, ‘gigaprojects’ such as Qiddiya and Amaala to further the kingdom’s economic diversification.

    Neom has seen major progress since its launch last year, with reports emerging in February 2018 that contracting heavyweight Saudi Binladin Group, led by Bakr Bin Laden, had won initial contracts to work on the project. In July, Saudi Aramco veteran Eng Nadhmi Al-Nasr was named to lead Neom. ..”

    -Tourism

    Top 11 greatest places/points to visit in Jeddah Saudi Arabia ……must …

    I CANT BELIEVE THIS IS JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA

    King Abdullah Economic City

    Archaeology

    *see Good News Archaeology facebook.com

    Paul said Mt. Sinai was in Saudi Arabia: Gal 4:25 bible.ca

    The Real Mount Sinai Found in Saudi Arabia

    EXODUS REVEALED!!- Hard Evidence in Red Sea of Israel’s Escape From Egypt

    Finding the Mountain of Moses: The Real Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia sinaiinarabia.com
    “..The most commonly cited location of Mount Sinai or “Jebel Musa,” meaning the “Mountain of Moses,” is at St. Catherine’s in the southern part of the Sinai Peninsula in modern-day Egypt. While there are prominent proponents of the accuracy of that designation, many others find the evidence to be lacking and have chosen to either dismiss the Exodus account as a myth or to search for other possible locations…”

    Viral online film argues Exodus went into Saudi Arabia, Mt. Sinai located in Muslim nation CP CURRENT PAGE: WORLD | SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2018 christianpost.com
    “..A new online documentary video has argued that Moses and the Hebrews went into Saudi Arabia during the Exodus, with the famous Mt. Sinai being in the Arabian Peninsula.

    Ryan Mauro, a national security expert, director of the Clarion Intelligence Network and former professor at Liberty University, uploaded a nearly 25-minute long film to YouTube on Dec. 17.

    Created with The Doubting Thomas Research Foundation, Mauro’s film argues that Mt. Sinai is the modern day Jebel al-Lawz.

    “For generations, we have been taught we had to believe the story of the Exodus on faith alone. We were taught that Mount Sinai was located in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, but there was barely any evidence found there to make the story of Moses and the Exodus believable,” reads the video’s description…”

    *see Movie Reflection: Ten Commandments goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com/

    Saudi Arabia’s Mysterious “Stonehenge” Bible and archaeology news Biblical Archaeology Society Staff • 12/19/2011 biblicalarchaeology.org
    “..The roughly-hewn stones, some of which stand nearly 10 feet high and are often arranged at different angles, are thought to date to the Chalcolithic period (c. 4500–3500 B.C.E.), although their meaning and function have remained a mystery. Based on their alignment, some have argued the stones were erected to help observe certain astronomical events, while others believe they served as territorial markers or landmarks along well traveled routes…”

    Sociology

    Human Rights

    Women are trying to escape Saudi Arabia, but not all of them make it | Four Corners

    ABC News (Australia)
    Published on Feb 4, 2019
    Many Saudi women are wealthy, well-educated and told they have everything, but when they disobey their male guardians, life can be more like a Handmaid’s Tale dystopia.

    Good News Middle East
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    Neutral Perspective: “Migrant & Immigrant Workers” take Jobs Nobody (Natives) Wants & Do Want?

    ‘Walmart Wendy’ filmed calling police on city worker she claims looks ‘illegal’ and ‘creepy’ Yahoo Lifestyle Hope Schreiber,Yahoo Lifestyle 6 hours ago (April 11th 2019)yahoo.com
    “…A woman in a Glendora, Calif. Walmart parking lot showed her true colors when she was filmed going on a racist rant while asking police to “come get” a man who she claims looked “illegal.”

    Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo’s newsletter.

    On Monday, a Southern California Edison contract worker asked the woman to move her car so he could park the company truck straight. Instead of complying with the request, she rang the police and asked them to come to Walmart and arrest the city worker. At one point in the video, she asks the police dispatcher, “Do you live here? Are you from Africa?”

    The video, shared on Facebook by a friend of the contractor, has already been shared nearly 5,000 times…”

    DO WANT

    How Unskilled Immigrants Hurt Our Economy
    A handful of industries get low-cost labor, and the taxpayers foot the bill.

    Steven Malanga
    Summer 2006 The Social Order
    California city-journal.org
    “…Velasquez’s story illustrates some of the fault lines in the nation’s current, highly charged, debate on immigration. Since the mid-1960s, America has welcomed nearly 30 million legal immigrants and received perhaps another 15 million illegals, numbers unprecedented in our history. These immigrants have picked our fruit, cleaned our homes, cut our grass, worked in our factories, and washed our cars. But they have also crowded into our hospital emergency rooms, schools, and government-subsidized aid programs, sparking a fierce debate about their contributions to our society and the costs they impose on it…

    Yet while these workers add little to our
    economy, they come at great cost, because they are not economic abstractions but human beings, with their own culture and ideas—often at odds with our own. Increasing numbers of them arrive with little education and none of the skills necessary to succeed in a modern economy. Many may wind up stuck on our lowest economic rungs, where they will rely on something that immigrants of other generations didn’t have: a vast U.S. welfare and social-services apparatus that has enormously amplified the cost of immigration. Just as welfare reform and other policies are helping to shrink America’s underclass by weaning people off such social programs, we are importing a new, foreign-born underclass. As famed free-market economist Milton Friedman puts it: “It’s just obvious that you can’t have free immigration and a welfare state…..”

    Immigration Is Hurting The U.S. Worker By Steven A. Camarota on April 1, 2007 cis.org
    “..The United States needs fewer immigrants, not more. Lower levels of immigration, both legal and illegal make sense for my country because the growing number of undereducated people crossing our borders have hurt less educated native-born workers. The U.S. needs to focus on reducing overall immigration levels. This means a drop in the number of immigrants from Latin America, which accounts for half of the new arrivals, many of them at the lower end of the educational spectrum…”

    Of Course Immigrants Take Jobs From People; But They Also Create Them For Others Tim Worstall , Contributor Apr 4, 2015 @ 09:07 AM 15,547 forbes.com
    “..One of the standard arguments against immigration is that those immigrants then take a job or two that could have been done by some native born worker. This is, of course, entirely true: immigrants do indeed take jobs that could have been done by someone else, native born or not. However, that’s not the entire story. Immigrants also bring with them (whether they are documented or not) their own set of desires and needs. And fulfilling those desires and needs thus creates a job or two that other people can do: some of those will obviously go to the native born. So, yes, immigration does “steal jobs” but it also creates them. What we’d actually like to know then is what is the net effect: and the net effect is undoubtedly beneficial overall. Thus the reason that economists generally believe that immigration is a good thing..”

    Migrant Workers Hurt by Slowdown

    NEUTRAL

    Yes, Immigration Hurts American Workers By GEORGE J. BORJAS September/October 2016 politico.com
    The candidates tell drastically different stories about immigration. They’re both skipping half the truth.
    “..Here’s the problem with the current immigration debate: Neither side is revealing the whole picture. Trump might cite my work, but he overlooks my findings that the influx of immigrants can potentially be a net good for the nation, increasing the total wealth of the population. Clinton ignores the hard truth that not everyone benefits when immigrants arrive. For many Americans, the influx of immigrants hurts their prospects significantly.

    This second message might be hard for many Americans to process, but anyone who tells you that immigration doesn’t have any negative effects doesn’t understand how it really works. When the supply of workers goes up, the price that firms have to pay to hire workers goes down. Wage trends over the past half-century suggest that a 10 percent increase in the number of workers with a particular set of skills probably lowers the wage of that group by at least 3 percent. Even after the economy has fully adjusted, those skill groups that received the most immigrants will still offer lower pay relative to those that received fewer immigrants…

    We don’t need to rely on complex statistical calculations to see the harm being done to some workers. Simply look at how employers have reacted. A decade ago, Crider Inc., a chicken processing plant in Georgia, was raided by immigration agents, and 75 percent of its workforce vanished over a single weekend. Shortly after, Crider placed an ad in the local newspaper announcing job openings at higher wages. Similarly, the flood of recent news reports on abuse of the H-1B visa program shows that firms will quickly dismiss their current tech workforce when they find cheaper immigrant workers…

    When we look at the overall value of immigration, there’s one more complicating factor: Immigrants receive government assistance at higher rates than natives. The higher cost of all the services provided to immigrants and the lower taxes they pay (because they have lower earnings) inevitably implies that on a year-to-year basis immigration creates a fiscal hole of at least $50 billion—a burden that falls on the native population.”

    Are immigrants taking U.S. jobs? debate.org

    Does Illegal Immigration Disadvantage American Workers? immigration.procon.org

    Does Immigration Cost Jobs? By Viveca Novak Posted on May 13, 2010 factcheck.org
    Economists say immigration, legal or illegal, doesn’t hurt American workers.
    ‘..Miller makes it all sound so easy: Eight million illegal immigrants working in the U.S., 15 million unemployed American citizens and legal immigrants — we could cut the number of unemployed in half if we just booted out the illegal workers. “The numbers are simple,” he says.

    The numbers certainly would be simple, if they worked that way. But they don’t…

    Immigrant workers “create almost as many” jobs as they occupy, “and maybe more,” said Madeleine Sumption, policy analyst at the nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute, which is funded by a range of foundations, corporations and international organizations. “They often create the jobs they work in.” In addition, “they buy things, and they make the economy bigger,” she told us…”

    Do Undocumented Immigrants Hurt The Economy? Not Exactly – Newsy
    https://youtu.be/ZoWfjWSQ_yo
    *they pay for social security, which “they” will unlikely see using in the future

    Stats

    The Effects of Immigration on the United States’ budgetmodel.wharton.upenn.edu
    “…Despite these increases in labor supply, in many cases immigrants appear to complement American-born workers rather than replacing them. Because less-educated immigrants often lack the linguistic skills required for many jobs, they tend to take jobs in manual labor-intensive occupations such as agriculture and construction. Even for low-skilled native-born workers in these industries, the effects of increased competition from immigrants are ambiguous, as many take advantage of their superior communication abilities and shift into occupations where these skills are more valuable, such as personal services and sales.
    Similarly, highly educated immigrants face a disadvantage in communication-intensive jobs, and therefore tend to work in scientific and technical occupations. Highly skilled natives in management, media, and other culture- and language-dependent jobs face little competition from high skilled immigrants. The inflow of foreign labor is, therefore, concentrated in a subset of occupations that tend to employ many immigrants already. Consequently, it is earlier immigrants who face the greatest increase in competitive pressure….

    More often than not, immigrants are less educated and their incomes are lower at all ages than those of natives. As a result, immigrants pay less in federal, state, and local taxes and use federally-funded entitlement programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, and other benefits at higher rates than natives. But they are also less likely than comparably low income natives to receive public assistance. Moreover, when they do take public assistance, the average value of benefits received is below average, implying a smaller net cost to the federal government relative to a comparable low income native.

    However, immigrants often impose a heavier tax burden on natives at the state and local level. Immigrants — particularly those with low levels of education and income — generally have larger families and more children using public K-12 education, the largest component of state and local budgets. Furthermore, if immigrants’ children are not already fluent English speakers, the per-student cost of education may be substantially higher than for native-born children.
    These factors impose short-term costs on state budgets. Over the long term, however, the upward economic mobility and taxpaying lifetime of second generation immigrants more than offset the initial fiscal burden.

    NOBODY WANTS

    Debunking the Myth of the Job-Stealing Immigrant On Money By ADAM DAVIDSON MARCH 24, 2015 nytimes.com

    “..But immigrants aren’t oranges. It might seem intuitive that when there is an increase in the supply of workers, the ones who were here already will make less money or lose their jobs. Immigrants don’t just increase the supply of labor, though; they simultaneously increase demand for it, using the wages they earn to rent apartments, eat food, get haircuts, buy cellphones. That means there are more jobs building apartments, selling food, giving haircuts and dispatching the trucks that move those phones. Immigrants increase the size of the overall population, which means they increase the size of the economy. Logically, if immigrants were “stealing” jobs, so would every young person leaving school and entering the job market; countries should become poorer as they get larger. In reality, of course, the opposite happens.

    Most anti-immigration arguments I hear are variations on the Lump of Labor Fallacy. That immigrant has a job. If he didn’t have that job, somebody else, somebody born here, would have it. This argument is wrong, or at least wildly oversimplified. But it feels so correct, so logical. And it’s not just people like my grandfather making that argument. Our government policy is rooted in it…”

    Immigrants Aren’t Stealing American Jobs Tanvi Misra, CityLab Oct 21, 2015 theatlantic.com
    More evidence surfaces that low-skilled native workers pursue different jobs than their immigrant counterparts.
    “..Urban’s Maria E. Enchautegui studied a cohort of 16 million American workers without high school diplomas. She found that within this group, immigrants and native-born workers do very different jobs. In fact, she writes that native and immigrant workers at this level of education are much more dissimilar when it comes to their role in the job market than are workers at other levels of educational attainment. Here’s how she summarizes these results and their implication in a blog post:..”

    Immigrants do jobs natives won’t do openborders.info
    “..One of the arguments offered by supporters of expanded immigration, particularly in the context of low-skilled immigration to the United States, is that “immigrants do jobs that natives won’t do.” This argument, in the form stated, is incorrect, or at any rate, misleading. However, it does capture a conclusion many economists reach, which some have summarized as: “immigrants do jobs that wouldn’t exist if the immigrants weren’t there to do them.”

    This position has been critiqued by many who are critical of immigration. For instance, in a syndicated column titled Immigration Taboos, Thomas Sowell writes:..

    However, the actual economic argument is more subtle, and not so easy to ridicule. The key is to remember that prices not only affect the quantity of labor supply, but also the quantity of labor demand. If the supply curve shrinks inward because immigrants are not allowed in the labor market, then the price of labor increases, but the quantity supplied decreases, so overall, there are fewer jobs and less production…”

    Foreign Workers Take Jobs Americans Don’t Want

    Stats

    Jobs Americans Won’t Do? numbersusa.org
    “..According to the Pew Hispanic Center, there are approximately 8.3 million illegal workers in the United States. Only 4% of illegal workers work in agriculture (Pew Hispanic Trust, Tables 5 & 6), where most laborers are foreign-born and employers have a legal guestworker program (the H-2a visa) to supply all the seasonal labor they need. Nationally, 25% (of 1.4 million) crop laborers are U.S. citizens; 21% are legal immigrant workers (including H-2a workers); and 53% are illegal workers (National Agricultural Workers Survey). In the midwest, 48% are citizens, 23% are legal permanent residents, and 29% are illegal workers…’

    5 Reasons Why Immigrants Do Not Take Natives’ Jobs By Prof. Amelie F. Constant, Ph.D. huffingtonpost.com
    “..In my World of Labor article “Do migrants take the jobs of native workers?“ I lay down the pros and cons of the impact of migration on natives and show that ‘migrants rarely take native workers’ jobs, and indeed they tend to boost employment effects in the long term.’ The five reasons are: a) self-employed migrants directly create new jobs; b) migrant innovators indirectly create jobs; c) new migrants fill labor shortages and lubricate the labor markets; d) the high-skilled contribute to technological adaptation and the low-skilled to occupational mobility, specialization, and human capital creation thus creating new jobs; e) by raising demand, immigrants cause firms to expand and hire more workers.

    Public opinion research carried out in the U.S., France, Germany and the UK after the 2008-2009 recession also supports that finding. Accordingly, most people believe that immigrants fill job vacancies and many believe that they create jobs, rather than taking jobs away from native workers (see Figure 1)…”

    Jobs Americans Won’t Do? A Detailed Look at Immigrant Employment by Occupation By Steven A. Camarota and Karen Zeigler on August 17, 2009 cis.org
    “…This analysis tests the often-made argument that immigrants only do jobs Americans don’t want. If the argument is correct, there should be occupations comprised entirely or almost entirely of immigrants. But Census Bureau data collected from 2005 to 2007, which allow for very detailed analysis, show that even before the recession there were only a tiny number of majority-immigrant occupations. (Click here to see detailed table.)

    Among the findings:

    Of the 465 civilian occupations, only four are majority immigrant. These four occupations account for less than 1 percent of the total U.S. workforce. Moreover, native-born Americans comprise 47 percent of workers in these occupations.
    Many jobs often thought to be overwhelmingly immigrant are in fact majority native-born: ..”

    Agriculture

    ‘They’re Scared’: Immigration Fears Exacerbate Migrant Farmworker Shortage 5:48 September 27, 20178:00 AM ET Melissa Block Marisa Penaloza – Square
    “..As in the rest of the country, growers in heavily agricultural northern Michigan rely overwhelmingly on migrant laborers to work the fields and orchards. Most of the pickers are from Mexico. Growers say it’s just about impossible to find Americans to do this work. ..”

    Wages rise on California farms. Americans still don’t want the job By Natalie Kitroeff and Geoffrey Mohan March 17, 2017 | reporting from Stockton, Calif. latimes.com
    Trump’s immigration crackdown is supposed to help U.S. citizens. For California farmers, it’s worsening a desperate labor shortage.
    ‘..Solorio is one of a growing number of agricultural businessmen who say they face an urgent shortage of workers. The flow of labor began drying up when President Obama tightened the border. Now President Trump is promising to deport more people, raid more companies and build a wall on the southern border…”

    That has made California farms a proving ground for the Trump team’s theory that by cutting off the flow of immigrants they will free up more jobs for American-born workers and push up their wages.

    So far, the results aren’t encouraging for farmers or domestic workers.

    Farmers are being forced to make difficult choices about whether to abandon some of the state’s hallmark fruits and vegetables, move operations abroad, import workers under a special visa or replace them altogether with machines.

    Growers who can afford it have already begun raising worker pay well beyond minimum wage. Wages for crop production in California increased by 13% from 2010 to 2015, twice as fast as average pay in the state, according to a Los Angeles Times analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics…”

    -Dairy Farms

    The Worst Job In New York: Immigrant America
    https://youtu.be/QXUdozfL7iM
    “VICE News
    Published on Jul 23, 2014
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    Milking cows is a dirty, monotonous job, and as we found out in our latest episode of Immigrant America, it’s not a job many unemployed Americans are willing to do. But for some reason the government doesn’t give dairy farms a way to recruit foreign workers legally, so most feel forced to hire illegal immigrants. This makes the farms and their workers easy targets for immigration authorities looking to fill deportation quotas. We went to upstate New York to try to understand the cat and mouse game going on between dairy farms and immigration authorities. We found a lot of wasted taxpayer money, racial profiling, and a broken system that unnecessarily treats family farmers and hardworking immigrants like criminals.

    Read more: Unauthorized Immigrants Paid $100 Billion Into Social Security Over Last Decade: http://bit.ly/1o7iyfZ”

    Food Prices Will Go Up

    What Would America’s Food Supply Look Like Without Immigrant Labor? Wyatt Marshall Jan 31 2017, 2:00pm munchies.vice.com
    If Trump follows through with plans to restrict immigration and deport undocumented immigrants, some industry experts say that farms and factories could be left scrambling, and the price tag for food could inflate dramatically.

    Good News Sociology
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/139706352858524/

    Now You Know: Antarctica-Facts or Fiction?

    Antarctica – The World Factbook — Central Intelligence Agency cia.gov

    “..Introduction :: ANTARCTICA
    Panel – Expanded
    Background:
    Speculation over the existence of a “southern land” was not confirmed until the early 1820s when British and American commercial operators and British and Russian national expeditions began exploring the Antarctic Peninsula region and other areas south of the Antarctic Circle. Not until 1840 was it established that Antarctica was indeed a continent and not merely a group of islands or an area of ocean. Several exploration “firsts” were achieved in the early 20th century, but generally the area saw little human activity. Following World War II, however, the continent experienced an upsurge in scientific research. A number of countries have set up a range of year-round and seasonal stations, camps, and refuges to support scientific research in Antarctica. Seven have made territorial claims, but not all countries recognize these claims. In order to form a legal framework for the activities of nations on the continent, an Antarctic Treaty was negotiated that neither denies nor gives recognition to existing territorial claims; signed in 1959, it entered into force in 1961.
    ..”

    Nature

    This is Actually Happening to Antarctica… (2017-2018)


    “Published on Apr 13, 2017

    Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/entvisual
    PROPHETIC EVENTS Happening to Antarctica worldwide bible prophecy end times extreme weather events wildfire world news

    This material is under Creative Commons (CC BY) License from YouTube’s own Creative Commons library, for more info on Creative Commons CC BY Licenses and what rights are included for others to reuse, check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative…”

    New! Antarctica, Do You Know Why All The Governments Have Rush Down There?


    “Published on Jun 30, 2017

    New Antarctica! Antarctica is a place of mystery because for the most part the general public has no access. The governments from all around the world have rushed to see something.”

    Nephilims
    *see Deep Thought: How tall are “Giants”? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    The Fallen Angels Imprisoned in Antarctica and are still Alive!

    ACTUAL FOOTAGE OF ARK OF GABRIEL SHIFTED FROM MECCA TO ANTARCTICA

    Muhammed was told to bury the ark in a shrine at a “place of worship” – for it to be brought out as the end of the world approaches.

    Saudi Arabia has uncovered the ark during a major construction project at the Grand Mosque – and handed it to the Russians.

    Russian military is taking the ark to the Antarctic – possibly to a former Nazi UFO base.

    HOLY SITE: The ark was reportedly found under the Grand Mosque, in Mecca

    Same as The Ark of the Covenant from Indiana Jones

    Saudi Arabia, Russia and The Ark of Gabriel

    Proof on how the Nephilim will Return

    DeNoon Institute
    Published on Sep 10, 2017

    Some believe in the Nephilim because they are spoke of in the Bible but few ever notice that Jesus spoke of their return. So if they are coming back how will they get here. Now you will have that answered.

    Reptilians

    Hidden in Antartica a Naval Officer tells us Exactly What He Saw


    Matrix Wisdom
    “Published on Mar 2, 2017

    A truly shocking and astonishing video on extremely strange events in the Antarctic. A naval officer tells us what he remembers, including seeing a huge opening in the ice in a no-fly area they were crossing with a medical emergency on board. Then he ferried a group of scientists who had disappeared for two weeks, and has specifically been warned not to refer again to this subject. As he put it, “they looked scared.” When they returned to McMurdo, their gear was isolated and they were flown back to Christchurch, New Zealand in a special plane.

    He discusses what he saw and experienced in detail. This is the most provocative story about what is going on in Antarctica ever presented anywhere.”
    Tags: Reptilians, blonde hair, saw Christ image, humanoids,destroy Hebrew blood-line, etc..

    Explore

    Latest discorvery in the Antarctica 13 may 2017 will blow your mind. the


    space live news

    This is behind Antarctica !! Russia Leaks Impressions From Secret Bases & Land 3/3


    Light Early
    *note: title is misrepresented
    “Published on Apr 15, 2017

    This is behind Antarctica !! Russia Leaks Impressions From Secret Bases & Land 3 3 Must See

    Military

    The Real Secrets Hidden in Antarctica… Revealed


    Truthstream Media
    “Published on Apr 8, 2017

    Please fund this channel on Patreon, read our goals here: https://www.patreon.com/truthstreammedia

    There may be good reason for your curiosity if you have ever wondered about what is really going on at the southernmost continent… With so many myths and rumors flying around about the place lately, we decided to do a little research of our own into the claims… which turned into a whole lot of research… and what was going to be a 10-minute video turned into this.

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    Travel

    Antarctica – Lonely Planet lonelyplanet.com

    Trip to Antarctica 2016 (HD)


    World Travel Guides
    “Published on Aug 8, 2014

    Antarctica trip 2016, Antarctica Tourism, Antarctica Travel Guide, Antarctica vacations
    Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…
    Antarctica is a land of extremes: it is the coldest and driest continent on Earth and has the highest average elevation. As the fifth largest continent in the world, Antartica is also the most Southern, overlying the “South Pole”. Scarcely touched by humans, the frozen land boasts breathtaking scenery, broken by only a handful of scientific bases and a “permanent” population of scientists numbering only a few thousand. Visitors to Antarctica generally must brave rough sea crossings aboard ice-strengthened vessels, but those who do are rewarded with amazing scenery and tremendous and unique wildlife.

    Destinations
    =============
    The primary destinations for those visiting Antarctica will either be a research base (for those working on the frozen continent) or the Antarctic Peninsula or Ross Sea area (for those visiting by ship). Other destinations are reachable only by those blessed with extreme motivation and (most importantly) funding. South Pole — needs no introduction Southern pole of inaccessibility — the furthest place in Antarctica from the Southern Sea (in other words the hardest place to get to in the world), home to an abandoned Soviet station, which although covered by snow, still bears a visible gold Lenin bust sprouting from the snow and facing Moscow (if you can find a way inside the building, then there’s a golden visitor book to sign) Mount Erebus — world’s southernmost active volcano, on Ross Island right next to ~Mount Terror!~ Anver Island / Anvord Bay — if any part of Antarctica is “touristy,” this is it, home to Palmer Station (U.S.), the museum at Port Lockroy, Cuverville Island, and the only two cruise ship stops on the continent: Paradise Bay and Neko Harbor South Shetland Islands — another set of major attractions on the Antarctic Peninsula cruise ship circuit, including: penguins and hot springs at Deception Island, Hannah Point, Half Moon Island, Aitcho Islands, Artigas Base (Uruguay), and the ever friendly Polish researchers at Arctowski Station McMurdo Sound — McMurdo Station (USA) and Scott Base (New Zealand) on the mainland near Ross Island Mawson’s Huts — the small encampment of Sir Douglas Mawson’s ill-fated Australian Antarctic Expedition, of which he was the sole survivor, at Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay”

    Underground “City” Under the Ice???

    New Antarctica Anomalies Documentary 2018 There is DEFINITELY Something Under the Ice

    Biblical Perspective

    MUST WATCH – REAL FOOTAGE IN ANTARCTICA – MIND BLOWING!


    The Pathfinder
    “Published on Apr 21, 2017

    REAL FOOTAGE OF ANTARCTICA THE FACTS THEY GIVE IS WORTH WATCHING AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.

    What else do you know or don’t know that you would like to see (e.g. websites, videos, etc..) added above?

    Good News Education
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/707482649266495/

    Neutral Perspective: Spanish (others) Colonialism in the Philippines was “good” and “bad”?

    My name is Salvador, who is a second generation Filipino American living in Minnesota-U.S.A. My great great grandparents (father’s side) is Spanish, so I would have to say it was “good” that the the “Spanish” colonized the Philippines, but “bad” about the “other stuff” that will be mentioned above.

    The Spanish Influence on the Philippines


    “Published on May 29, 2012

    The Spanish and how they influenced the history and culture of the Philippines.”

    Pre-History

    Where is OPHIR, Is it the Philippines?

    Philippines is Ophir | Ishmael | Ham (Son Of Noah) – Scribd scribd.com
    “..The western writers garlanded the Philippine land with more names such as Maniolas,
    Ophir,
    Islas del Oriente, Islas del Poniente, Archipelago de San Lazaro, Islas de Luzones(Island of Mortars), Archipelago de Magallanes and Archipelago de Legaspi. The western writers and ocean navigators called the islands
    Ophir
    before the Western peoplearrived and re-named it as Felipinas from the name of King Felipe of Spain. When thefirst European historian set their foot in the land of
    Ophir
    , it was written by historianGregorio F. Zaide in page 2 and page 24 of History of the Filipino People, that
    PadreChirino an eminent

    Jesuit historian found in Tagalog language tha
    t “it hasthe Mystery and obscurities of the Hebrew language”…”

    WHERE IS THE GOLD OF OPHIR? PHILIPPINES

    Chapter 1.7: The Philippines is Ophir, but what part of the country was the seat of Ophir? sites.google.com
    “..Only the present-day Philippines, could fit the description. Spanish records also mention the presence of Lequios (big, bearded men, probably descendants of the Phoenicians, whose ships were always laden with gold and silver) in the Islands to gather gold and silver. Some historians believe that the seat of Ophir in the Philippines is the Pacific Ocean side of the Island of Samar which was led once upon a time by a Samaritan Hadi Iberein, who was a staunch ally of the Kingdom of Tondo. The Pacific side of Samar is also recognized by some historians as the ancestral homeland of the Polynesians.

    The Timeline of the Pre – Hispanic Philippines..

    1800 BC – ancient Lawan pacific settlement: Ophir, the ancestral homeland of the Polynesians and forebear of Tondo and other Philippine ancient settlements because travel by sea was the fastest and easiest mode of ancient migration compared to migration by land (some historians believe that the estimated location of Ophir settlement is in the present – day Northern Samar, the name Samar was derived from Samaria, the ancestral homeland of Lawan chieftain Hadi Iberein)…”

    WHERE IS THE GOLD OF OPHIR? PHILIPPINES

    Solomon’s Gold Series – Part 7: Track of the Hebrew to the Philippines

    ‘..
    john hancock espina
    1 year ago
    im from philippines.try to research eskaya tribe of bohol they claim that thier ancestor is from israel.they have thier own form of writing,culture and tradition...”

    Mysterious Tribal Village of Eskaya, Philippines | Ride N’ Seek Philippines S4

    “..HISTORY Asia
    Published on Nov 17, 2016
    Seeking to discover the rest of the island, Jaime heads eastward, where she gets lost and stumbles upon the ancient tribal village of the Eskaya.

    The Eskaya are the oldest settlers of Bohol, and are known as one of the Philippines’ most mysterious tribes, due to their unique language and method of writing, which are believed to be based on human body parts…”
    *see Deep Thought: Where are the “original” Tribes of Israel? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    Where Did the Lost Tribes of Israel Go? Part 1: Kurdistan? Philippines? Africa?

    EXPLOSIVE FIND Secret World War II treasure worth billions ‘found in Philippines cave’… but massive stash of gold bars and rubies has been booby-trapped with BOMBS By MARK HODGE
    6th January 2017, 12:21 pmUpdated: 6th January 2017, 5:41 pm thesun.co.uk
    The fabled Yamashita Treasure was reportedly stolen and dumped by Japanese soldiers towards the end of the brutal conflict
    “..The loot was reportedly stashed in underground tunnels and caves by fighters under the command of General Tomoyuki Yamashita before Japan surrendered to the US in 1945.

    Yamashita’s unit allegedly stole the booty before stashing it…

    In the newly released video, explorers are shown wiping away mud from bars revealing their shiny gold surface.

    After it was shared on social media site Reddit the footage has been viewed nearly 200,000 times.

    But despite the excitement around the clip, anthropologist Piers Kelly insists that Yamashita Treasure is a myth conjured by locals to boost morale….”
    Yamashita’s Gold-
    Did the world’s biggest treasure fall into the hands of the American government after WW2?
    theunredacted.com/
    “..It was in a huge tunnel complex dug by the Japanese at the Cagayan Valley in the Philippines. Inside the tunnel was treasures of a staggering proportion.

    Labeled tunnel 8, this was just one of 175 tunnels dotted around the Japanese occupied islands of the Philippines. Each filled with billions of dollars worth of gold, jewels and priceless statues and art…”

    ‘..Marcos had discovered the treasure vault’s location, and over the next year his troops would extract an estimated 10,000 gold bars from the tunnels, worth tens of billions of dollars.

    The story has a strange footnote. In 1996, after the deaths of both Marcos and Roxas, a US court in Hawaii awarded Roxas’ heirs a judgment of a staggering $43 billion dollars against the Marcos estate.

    To date, not a cent of it has been paid…

    But Marcos had a problem, the gold only made him theoretically rich. He couldn’t sell plundered WW2 gold without its origins becoming obvioUS To realize the wealth, he had to make it look like it was mined in the Philippines.

    In 1975, Marcos turned to an American mining engineer named Robert Curtis. Curtis was an expert in changing the metallurgical fingerprints of gold to disguise its origins.

    Marcos courted Curtis with talk of incredible stashes of WW2 loot hidden on the island. He told Curtis he had acquired Japanese maps entrusted to a Filipino man by none other than Prince Takeda himself, the architect of Golden Lily…

    The American managed, somehow, to talk his way out of a bullet in the head. He told the men he had the maps to the other vaults and Marcos would never find them if they killed him. The bluff bought his life.

    Having narrowly escaped death, Curtis immediately fled the Philippines and returned to the US But the American did claim one small victory in the sorry affair — he had photographed the treasure maps and could perhaps return one day to resume the search…”

    “Good”

    Advantages of spanish colonization in Philippines? answers.com
    “..Spanish colonization in the Philippines brought several advantages, including wealth and monetary prosperity. It also brought the advantage of improved technology to the area. ..”

    -British Occupation

    Colonialism, how did the PH benefit?
    March 31, 2015 8:35 pm manilatimes.net
    “…In their tramping around the world, they put in place parliamentary systems of government, legal systems that work, infrastructural administrative systems, postal services and educational systems which, at a glance, appear to be counter to the colonialist model of exploitation, rape and pillage. They also built railways; Argentina, China, Thailand, Chile, Brazil, Mexico (not formal colonies), India, South Africa, Uganda, Malaysia, the USA and Canada. They built roads and established marine passenger transport and air routes. They set up and ran the Chinese customs and postal services for over 100 years even though China was not officially a colony…”

    SONA: “Great British Festival,” ipinagdiriwang ngayon sa Metro Manila

    -U.S. Occupation
    *see Neutral Perspective: U.S.A. did NOT and did have a Christian founding? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    “Legacies of Colonialism”what benefits, if any, there were in colonialism? Give examples. If there were no benefits, explain this view. Examine and explain what you consider to be the most serious… Topic: History enotes.com
    “…There were some benefits to colonialism, depending on the country. For example, the United States brought more democracy and economic expansion to the Philippines than would (arguably) have existed if the US had never colonized the islands. As someone who is half-Filipino myself, I am not trying to claim that the US occupation was all for the good. However, the Philippines were, for example, the first country in Asia to have a freely elected national legislature. This, along with the sorts of economic and social (education, hygiene) changes brought by the Americans show that colonialism was not always 100% bad…”

    Manila During American Occupation (1920s) – YouTube

    -Roads

    Kennon Road and Baguio by Ernesto R. Zárate, FPIA gobaguio.com
    The epic of Kennon Road is a part of the story of Baguio.
    Without it, Baguio would not have survived.
    “..La Trinidad, became a foothold to the Cordillera Mountains. Through the years the Spanish tried to institute order, build churches and schools, make trails and introduce the planting of vegetables and coffee…

    The coming of the Americans

    …As early as 1892, a young American zoologist from Michigan,
    Dean Conant Worcester, heard about this fabulous place from one Domingo Sanchez, a member of the Spanish Forestry Bureau. (Worcester would later become a member of the Philippine Commission.) In July 1900, he led a group of Americans on an expedition to the Benguet region and that trip resulted in the birth of Baguio.

    The first American explorers were smitten with the weather and landscape and decided that it would be an ideal site for a future city and summer retreat from the sweltering heat of the lowlands. It did not take long for Gov. William Howard Taft (who later became President of the United States) and other officials to agree that this should be the location for the summer capital and health resort of the Philippines…

    ..Disquieting rumors were also rife as to the practicability of completing the road. There was a difference of opinion between the engineer in charge and one of his immediate subordinates. They could not agree on which route should be followed. The consulting engineer of the commission was thus ordered to make a survey. He reported that the route that was started was the more feasible course, but to complete the project, at least $1,000,000.00 would be needed. Not wanting to relive the experience the Commission had with Engr. Meade, they solicited expert advice, from Colonel Lyman W. V. Kennon, a man of great energy and executive ability, who had had vast experience in engineering work in mountainous country…”


    *see Philippines: Baguio City in Benguet Province smiletravelingblog.wordpress.com

    …In addition to the roadbed itself, Colonel Kennon constructed 40 bridges—two of which were made of steel, the others of wood. Except for the use of dynamite to blast out solid rock, it must be noted that there were no heavy equipment then—work was done usually with ordinary picks and shovels. This was no small feat in 1905. Still, according to engineering experts, it was the most expensive engineering work at that time, a big drain on the colonial budget….

    In other words, what we see and admire as the Zigzag portion of Kennon Road was actually the result of a grave engineering error—a basic blunder where the lower portion of the road did not meet as it should with the upper section. But the Americans did not condemn this mistake—they glorified it. To paraphrase an old Tagalog maxim: “Bato na ginawang ginto.”

    Nevertheless, it cannot be denied that the completion of the Kennon Road in 1905, just five years after the American colonial government authorized its construction, opened up Baguio and soon the rest of the Cordillera region to the world. More than that, it spurred the development of Baguio and nearby areas so that in 1920, the city was already a thriving population center.”

    Zigzaging Kennon Road, Baguio City, Philippines

    DEBATE

    -Christianized?
    *see Religion: What is Christianity? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com

    Spanish Influence on Language, Culture, and Philippine History filipinokastila.tripod.com
    “..The Filipino populace embraced Spanish Roman Catholic Christianity almost unquestioningly. The Spanish authorities congregated the scattered Filipino population into clustered village settlements, where they could more easily be instructed and Christianized under a friar’s eye. This policy paved the way for the emergence of the present system of politico-territorial organization of villages, towns, and provinces. At the same time, the compact villages which were literally under the bells of the Roman Catholic Church permitted the regular clergy to wake up the villagers each day, summon them to mass, and subject them to religious indoctrination or cathechismal instruction. This process enabled the Church to play a central role in the lives of the people because it touched every aspect of their existence from birth to growth to marriage to adulthood to death. Whether the natives clearly understood the tenets and dogmas of the Roman Catholic Church is of course another matter. Some scholars claim that the Spaniards only superficially Christianized the Filipinos, most of whom learned to recite the prayers and chants by rote, without any idea as to their meaning. Some native inhabitants became only nominal Christians. At any rate, there is no denying the fact that many Filipinos defended the Catholic faith devotedly. ..”
    CHRISTIANITY IN THE PHILIPPINES Professor Susan Russell
    Department of Anthropology seasite.niu.edu

    “…Christianity in the Philippines Today:

    Christianity in the Philippines today, unlike during the Spanish period, is a mixture of nationalistic efforts by local peoples to ‘Filipinize’ Roman Catholicism and the efforts of a variety of Protestant missionizing successes. In the American colonial period, 1900-1946, a lot of Protestant teachers and missionaries came to the Philippines to ‘purify’ what they viewed as the incorrect or ‘syncretic’ characteristics of charismatic blends of Filipino Roman Catholicism. The Aglipayans were among the first to try to Filipinize Roman Catholicism and were popular in the early part of American colonial rule. The Iglesia ni Kristo is another Filipino-founded sect that has found strong support among well-to-do Filipinos.

    In remoter parts of the Philippines, where Spanish colonialism and Roman Catholicism never penetrated until the beginning of the 20th century, a variety of Christian missionaries compete for new converts. Seventh Day Adventists and Jehovah’s Witnesses typically go door-to-door, spreading the specific messages that their sects support. In traditional, staunchly Roman Catholic areas, their missionizing efforts and attacks on syncretic forms of Roman Catholicism are often unwelcome. In areas where Roman Catholicism is still fairly recent, the missionaries carry messages that are more carefully listened to by local Filipinos. What was once a truly Roman Catholic country in terms of the population has given way to a variety of forms of Christianity.

    In the Luzon highlands, for example, where many indigenous ethno-linguistic groups resisted Spanish rule, Roman Catholic or Anglican priests today have a fairly comfortable accommodation with indigenous forms of ritual and belief. Local peoples follow traditional customs related to burial rites, but often invite Christian priests to celebrate the last rites or formal burial rites in addition. The advantage of this kind of syncretism is that people’s beliefs and support for their traditions are not lost, but simply accommodated with beliefs and practices associated with the newer religion. Many recent Protestant missionaries, in contrast, fail to recognize the value of supporting indigenous customs, and simply attack local religious practices as evil. Their meager success in attracting converts speaks to the need for understanding the context in which American religious practice can flourish…”

    Catholicism in the Philippines rlp.hds.harvard.edu

    “..By his second term in office, Marcos blamed Catholic priests, many of whom were now openly criticizing him, for fomenting student and leftist protests against his rule. As elsewhere in the world, the Catholic Church in the Philippines was profoundly impacted by Vatican II and was working more closely with impoverished Filipinos on basic issues of social justice. Marcos worked to discredit the Catholic Church, accusing it of sympathizing with Filipino communists. To heighten his own Catholic credentials, he invited Pope Paul VI to the Philippines, though the Pope himself was unwilling to play the role assigned to him and both he and the Church made a clear and concerted effort to sideline Marcos and his wife from official functions…”
    *see Deep Thought: What are considered “idols”? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com
    What are the positive and negative effects of spanish contributions in the Philippines? answers.yahoo.com
    “Let’s answer this via the timeline. First and foremost, the colonization of the Spaniards introduced the Philippines to the “modern world”. As a matter of fact, the Philippines wasn’t even a country when the Spaniards came. It was just a series of islands with different tribes living in different “barangays.” BUT they did have a form of organization. The positive effect simply is that the coming of the Spaniards, aside from bringing together the 1000+ islands under one flag, helped the Philippines become a modern country. The Europeans were at the forefront of progress and modernity at the time. Clearly, one negative effect was the maltreatment of the Spaniards (most particularly the friars) towards the Indios. But a positive effect that grew out of that was the birth of Nationalism, which Rizal and the other ilustrados brought into fruition. Now fast-forward to today. If you notice how divided the nation is in terms of social classes (the poor are the majority in terms of numbers but are the minority in terms of power while the rich are the complete opposite), as well as the corruption, it all goes back to the Spanish colonial times. The way the friars and the Spanish government ran the country is still the same way people run the country today. It’s whoever has the money has the power. Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s unfair to blame the Spaniards for it, since the Philippines has gone this far already. All I’m saying is that corruption, this hacienda mentality, goes all the way back to the Spanish colonial period. I hope this answers your question.
    By the way, I think the Church, originally wasn’t so good, but at the same time it wasn’t so bad either. The Spaniards used it to “brainwash” the Indios into doing what they (the colonizers) wanted (e.g. the friars were one of the most corrupt people during the Spanish colonial period but no one could touch them because they were “God’s servants”). But the Church also brought the people together and now is part of the beautiful and colorful Filipino culture…”- DJA · 6 years ago …

    Effects Of Spanish Colonization In The Philippines Free … studymode.com
    Conflict in Philippines: The After-Effects of Colonization
    History Day

    by Mark Reniel Zarsadias on 29 May 2013 prezi.com

    -U.S. Occupation

    American Influences in the Philippines – YouTube
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyGwnCj8RVg
    *education system, colonial mentality, resources taken, etc…

    Impact of American Colonization in the Philippines

    American Colonial Period

    ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF IMPERIALISM IN THE PHILIPPINES

    A War of Empire and Frontier: The Philippine-American War, 1899-1902

    The American Occupation of the Philippines 1898–1912 By James H. Blount gutenberg.org

    =>Muslim ‘s Teaming with U.S.

    A Brief History of America and the Moros 1899-1920
    morolandhistory.com
    “..In the agreement the U.S. would have the prerogatives and external responsibilities of a sovereign power over Sulu in exchange for defending its borders from foreign powers and promoting its trade and commerce. The American flag would fly above all others on buildings and on vessels. With it went the commensurate right to establish military garrisons and naval facilities, and move freely about the territory.

    In turn, the Moros were entitled to continue governing themselves through their traditional datus and headmen and according to adat, their interpretation of Islamic Sharia law. Traditional property rights and ownership would be respected by the U.S. Moros would be judged by Moros in Moro courts according to Moro law. Americans or other nationalities charged with offenses would be judged in American courts under American law, while taking care to respect Moro law. Of greatest importance, the U.S. pledged it would not attempt to displace or interfere with the practice of the religion of Islam. This was the deal-breaker/deal-clincher for the Moro leadership. It was a unique arrangement of shared power…”

    THIS MAN IS THE REASON WHY DUTERTE HATE U.S.A. WATCH!!
    https://youtu.be/Tuj2LmAQB-A
    “.. Georgy Zhukov
    Georgy Zhukov
    1 year ago
    Between the years 1899 and 1913 the United States of America wrote the darkest pages of its history. The invasion of the Philippines for no other reason than acquiring imperial possessions, prompted a fierce reaction of the Filipino people. 126,000 American soldiers were brought in to quell the resistance. As a result, 400,000 Filipino “insurrectos” died under the American fire and one million Filipino civilians died because of the hardship, mass killings and scorched earth tactics carried out by the Americans. ..”

    “Bad”

    10 Reasons Why Life Was Better In Pre-Colonial Philippines
    By FilipiKnow | 11/11/2014 filipiknow.net
    “While Filipinos nowadays are fairly knowledgeable of the Spanish, American, and Japanese eras in the Philippines, the same cannot be said when it comes to the country’s pre-colonial era. Which is a shame actually, because even before the coming of the three foreign races, our ancestors were pretty much living in a veritable paradise….”

    -U.S. Occupation

    Colonial Mentality, “Damaged Culture,” IMSCF of Filipinos: Its Roots thefilipinomind.com
    “…Americanized: conditioned to knowingly or unknowingly think and analyze economic and political issues in his own homeland (and abroad) from the American point of view.

    In the long-run, his alienated heart and mind brought to the Filipino and the homeland only ever-deepening poverty, and its consequent illiteracy, hunger and damaged culture. ..”
    US War Crimes in the Phillipines – world future fund worldfuturefund.org
    “…For all the talk of bringing “civilization” to the Philippines, American commanders responded to the Filipino insurgency with the utmost brutality. Over the course of the next decade, and especially in the first few years of the conflict, it became commonplace for entire villages to be burned and whole populations to be imprisoned in concentration camps. No mercy was accorded to Filipino prisoner, a large number of whom were shot. This certainly was not in keeping with the spirit of “benevolent assimilation” proclaimed by President McKinley.

    From Liberators to Killers: American Attitudes Toward Filipinos

    The attitudes of American commanders involved in pacifying the Philippines are remarkable for both their disdain for the people they had allegedly “liberated” and their willingness to resort to the most ruthless methods in suppressing resistance. For example, General J.M. Bell, wrote in December 1901:..”

    The Filipino-American War 1899-1902 – YouTube

    The Philippine American War in 4 Minutes – YouTube

    The Philippine American War-The Shocking Truth
    https://youtu.be/bN2wrZGcs8s
    “OurPlanetExplained
    Published on Jun 25, 2016
    Hi my name is Joshua Petrikat. This video is about the shocking truth of the Philippine-American War. Many textbooks including the one used for the school I went to purposely hid this topic because of facts that embarrass the United States and contradict what the US originally said about foreign policy. In this video I talk about many ignored and hidden facts of the Philippine-American War and prove that textbooks often hide this part of American history. The series Hidden History will be a new regular series where I will talk about history that is usually not covered in history books. This is my first video for this series so I hope you will enjoy it. Please share, like, and subscribe!

    Why did the U.S. buy the Philippines?

    Kirby Araullo
    Published on Sep 11, 2017
    #AskKirby: “Why did the United States buy the Philippines from Spain?” – Mystique, California

    Like: facebook.com/kirbynoodle

    America’s forgotten war ..The Filipino American War 1898-1902 ..A war of conquest

    -Japanese

    CULTURAL BRIDGE PRODUCTIONS:
    Amerikanitos, life during the japanese occupation of the philippines
    johnsheaodonnell.com
    “..[The Japanese invasion of Luzon consisted of air attacks from December 9 through the 12th. On the evening of the twelfth, the Japanese were reported to be landing at Vigan in Northern Luzon and Japanese naval forces were sited off Pangasinan Province heading south.]

    After a while we were informed that it wasn’t safe underneath the house because the Japanese might parachute to the ground. We could hear gunfire, but I didn’t know what was happening. We decided to abandon the house and go sleep outside with numerous other families (about fifty) on the grass away from the houses and other buildings. There were lots of rumors about deaths of soldiers and everyone was praying. We heard that gas masks were being distributed at the community store so I went to get some for our family. When I arrived, I was told that each family was only to receive one gas mask so I went back to where our family was and told my mother. She told me, “Don’t take one then. If only one will live, the rest will die. We might as well all die together. So we’ll pray, and God will protect us.” ..”

    *see GoodnewsEverybody.com Filipino: Military-Spanish-American War, World War II History, etc.. asian.goodnewseverybody.com

    Philippine History World War 2 and Japanese Occupation – YouTube

    MISC.

    Philippine independence declared history.com
    “June 12th 1898-This Day in History..”

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