- Mhoni Vidente makes predictions and they come true.
- She warned about wars and coups.
- There are protests against governments.
Mhoni Vidente has made predictions that have come true. She said that there would be wars and coups, and lately many violent events have taken place around the world, like the one in Sri Lanka, causing injuries and death. She shared this on her official Instagram account, where she warned that there would be movements and revolutions among young people.
The Cuban psychic said the following: “This card, the Hermit card tells me that someone will begin to move society, young people and they will take to the streets screaming and asking for justice, radical changes in thought and politics. So civil wars and coups are seen throughout the Americas and Asia, such as the recent political conflict against the authorities in Sri Lanka.”
WHAT IS GOING ON IN SRI LANKA?
Opposition political parties in Sri Lanka were scheduled to meet on Sunday to agree on a new government. This comes after the president and prime minister agreed to resign after the most chaotic day in months in the country. Protesters stormed the residences of the two leaders and set fire to one of the buildings in a storm of anger over the economic crisis.
It was not clear if President Gotabaya Rajapaksa was there at the time and government spokesman Mohan Samaranayake said he had no information on the president’s movements. Protesters remained at the compound after invading the president’s official residence, his office and the prime minister’s official residence, saying they would stay until the two officially resigned. Soldiers were deployed throughout the city and the head of defense, Shavendra Silva, asked the people to maintain law and order.
WHAT WILL HAPPEN IN SRI LANKA?
Protesters remained at the compound after invading the president’s official residence, his office and the prime minister’s official residence, saying they would stay until the two officially resigned. Soldiers were deployed throughout the city and Defense chief Shavendra Silva called on people to maintain law and order.
Opposition lawmaker MA Sumathiran said that together, all the opposition parties could easily muster the 113 members needed to form a majority in Parliament, where they would ask President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to install the new government and then step down. He said the parties hoped to reach a consensus on Sunday. To see the video click here Filed Under: Mhoni Seer Predictions
WHAT HAPPENED IN ARGENTINA?
Thousands of people demonstrated in the streets of the capital Buenos Aires and other cities in Argentina on Saturday, in the midst of the Independence Day celebration, to express their rejection of the government’s actions in the face of the socioeconomic difficulties that the South American country is going through.
Carrying the Argentine flag, the protesters marched and showed their anger through posters and pot-banging, at a time when doubts and concerns are emerging in the country regarding the negotiation of the $45 billion dollar debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), inflation rising 30% so far this year (analysts say it could reach 70%. Filed Under: Mhoni Seer Predictions
HOW WILL IT ALL END?
In Buenos Aires, rallies were held at the Obelisk, 9 de Julio Avenue and Plaza de Mayo under the slogan “Let’s defend the Republic” or the “Argentinazo”, which was attended by numerous political factions, as well as a strong presence of the Argentine left. It ended a week marked by clashes between the different forces of the ruling coalition and after the resignation of the Minister of Economy and the designation of economist Silvina Batakis as his replacement.
“It has been a political crisis in the government in which the cracks that already existed, and that have been showing for months can be seen. But the reality is that they change their figures but not the course, because you also have to remember who Minister Batakis is, who was already Minister of Economy in the province of Buenos Aires during the Scioli government, she was the minister who reduced health projects, infrastructure education,” Celeste Fierro, leader of the Socialist Workers Movement (MST), told The Associated Press. Filed Under: Mhoni Seer Predictions