The world is waking up. People from all over the globe are becoming awake in the face of oppressive wokeness. Whether it’s in the Netherlands or Sri Lanka, among other places, people are showing their displeasure with globalist leaders manipulating everyday goods negatively impacting them, like gas and food.
In case you missed it, people in Sri Lanka flooded the streets by the tens, if not hundreds, of thousands to protest their government’s suspension of “fuel sales for non-essential vehicles, shortages, inflation” and “power cuts,” according to Timcast.com columnist Adrian Norman.
The scene, captured from above, showed the people surrounding the presidential office. It was also reported that protesters surrounded and entered President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s home and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s home.
Faced with a severe oil shortage, the government suspending fuel sales for non-essential vehicles, shortages, inflation, power cuts, the people of Sri Lanka have stormed the presidents home, office, and the prime minister’s home.#SriLanka pic.twitter.com/ZdHQx5XCYI— Adrian Norman (@AdrianNormanDC) July 9, 2022
That is a crazy amount of people, which was estimated to be “more than 100,000 people outside Rajapaksa’s residence,” as reported by CNN. Both Rajapaksa and Wickremesinghe are expected to step down amid the tensions.
It will be interesting to see what the rest of the world’s reaction will be to increased globalism and authoritarian government’s purportedly manipulating the price of goods and services for their own nefarious means considering the unrest in the last number of months from Canada to Europe and now eastern countries.
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