A Timeline Of 12 Historic Events That Have All Happened Within The Past 12 Days from The Most Important News
Do you feel like global events are really starting to spiral out of control? If so, you are definitely not alone. There are times when history seems to be moving very slowly, and there are other times when history seems to be moving at a pace that is absolutely breathtaking. At this moment, we are definitely in the latter. The summer of 2022 was a relatively stable time, but now things have started to get really, really crazy.
Many of us are deeply concerned that the events that we are witnessing will only lead to tragedy, but we can’t do anything to stop them. Global leaders continue to make incredibly reckless decisions that are likely to have extremely serious consequences, but they aren’t going to listen to people like us. So we get to witness a slow-motion train wreck on a global scale take place right in front of our eyes, and there is nothing that we can do to prevent it from happening
The following is a timeline of 12 historic events that have all happened within the past 12 days…
September 21: Joe Biden gives a major speech at the United Nations calling for the creation of a Palestinian state.
September 22: Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid also gives a major speech at the United Nations calling for the creation of a Palestinian state.
September 23: The storm that will become known as Hurricane Ian is officially designated as “Tropical Depression Nine”.
September 23: Voting begins in Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Luhansk and Donetsk to determine if those territories will formally request to join Russia.
September 23: The official White House website posts a very alarming statementwhich threatens “to impose additional swift and severe economic costs on Russia” for holding the referendums in the four disputed territories.
September 26: The Nordstream pipeline system is sabotaged. An explosion measuring 1.9 on the Richter scale is followed by another explosion measuring 2.3 on the Richter scale. Following those explosions, three enormous pipeline leaks are detected.
September 26: The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunges into bear market territory.
September 27: The results of the referendums in Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Luhansk and Donetsk are announced.
September 28: Hurricane Ian comes ashore on the west coast of Florida. At this point, it is being projected that Ian will be the costliest natural disaster in the entire history of the United States.
September 30: Russia officially annexes Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Luhansk and Donetsk.
October 1: Russia sends “a fleet of bombers” to a military base where a substantial number of nuclear weapons are stored.
October 2: Ukrainian forces recapture the key city of Lyman from the Russians.
For months, Ukraine was steadily losing ground to the Russians.