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From Ptah to Peter

2020.09.28 21:50 StevenStevens43 From Ptah to Peter

From Ptah to Peter
Pope Linus:
In this article i wish to go back to an article i wrote about Pope Linus, which should be available to read in the lobby.
I wish to investigate farther the modern concensus amongst modern historians and scholars that there is simply no evidence of Christians and Jews being persecuted by the Romans.
I want to investigate, and see if this dismissive opinion is even consitant with "contemporary" history and education, and i want to explore the nature of the environment Romans, Christians and Jews were living in at the time.
I also wish to study this from a Historical perspective as opposed to a religious perspective.
I will now begin with the claim made by historians.
Apparently, Pope Linus being executed by the Romans, cannot be proven, and is improbable.
I may also agree that it cannot be proven.
But, is it improbable?
This is what this article is going to explore.
Pope Linus
With respect to Linus' purported decree prescribing the covering of women's heads, J.P. Kirsch commented in the Catholic Encyclopedia that "without doubt this decree is apocryphal, and copied by the author of the Liber Pontificalis from Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians (11: 5) and arbitrarily attributed to the first successor of the Apostle in Rome. The statement made in the same source, that Linus suffered martyrdom, cannot be proved and is improbable.
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Pope Linus in the middle
Chrestus:
Now, in my previous article i already showed how Claudius expelled early Christians and Jews from Rome, and blamed a leader named "Chrestus" for the need to have to expel the rebels.
Religious reforms
It is also reported that at one time he expelled the Jews from Rome, probably because the Jews within the city caused continuous disturbances at the instigation of Chrestus.[b]
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Claudius
First Jewish war:
I also showed how early Roman historians such as Tacitus accused Nero of all kinds of atrocities against Christians and Jews.
Something that the modern day historians and scholars fail to mention, whilst dismissing the claims with six words, "there is no evidence of this".
Or perhaps even one word.
"Improbable".
Well, how improbable is it? During this very period, we had the first Jewish war, that Nero was "very much" part of.
First Jewish war
In 66, there was a Jewish revolt in Judea stemming from Greek and Jewish religious tension.[105] In 67, Nero dispatched Vespasian to restore order.[106] This revolt was eventually put down in 70, after Nero's death.[107] This revolt is famous for Romans breaching the walls of Jerusalem and destroying the Second Temple of Jerusalem.[108]
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Christian woman martyred
Jewish-Roman war:
During this war "forty thousand Jews were killed".
I will leave out the claim were a total of 1 million Jews were thought to have lost their lives in this war, as that claim is contested by modern scholars and historians.
Judaea campaign
The history of the war was covered in detail by the Roman-Jewish historian Josephus in his work The War of the Jews. Josephus served as a commander in the city of Yodfat when the Roman army invaded Galilee in 67. After an exhausting siege which lasted 47 days, the city fell, with an estimated 40,000 killed. Titus, however, was not simply set on ending the war.[19]
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Roman empire expansion
The Messiah:
There was also a belief amongst the early Jews that the real ruler of Judea would be a Messian.
Jewish roman war)
Josephus (as well as Tacitus), reporting on the conclusion of the Jewish war, reported a prophecy that around the time when Jerusalem and the Second Temple would be taken, a man from their own nation, viz. the Messiah, would become governor "of the habitable earth". Josephus interpreted the prophecy to denote Vespasian and his appointment as emperor in Judea.[13]
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Vespasian the Messenian
Vespasian:
Obviously the Roman emperor Vespasian mistook this to mean him, as he is indeed believed to have been at least partially related to Messenians.
Family
espasian (born Titus Flavius Vespasianus, pronounced [ˈtɪtʊs ˈflaːwɪ.ʊs wɛspasɪˈaːnʊs]) was born in a village north-east of Rome called Falacrinae.[7] His family) was relatively undistinguished and lacking in pedigree. His paternal grandfather, Titus Flavius Petro, became the first to distinguish himself, rising to the rank of centurion and fighting at Pharsalus for Pompey in 48 BC. Subsequently, he became a debt collector.[8]
Petro's son, Titus Flavius Sabinus), worked as a customs) official in the province of Asia) and became a moneylender on a small scale among the Helvetii. He gained a reputation as a scrupulous and honest "tax-farmer)". Sabinus married up in status, to Vespasia Polla, whose father had risen to the rank of prefect of the camp and whose brother became a Senator.[8]
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Asia minor
First Messenian war:
And of course Messenians were the indigenous Greeks before the Dorian invasion in to Greece from the North, and the troubles in this area caused by the first Messenian war would continue almost unabated right up until ancestors of the Messenians come along and begin reconquering Greece from the foreign Dorian descendants.
First Messenian war
The First Messenian War was a war between Messenia and Sparta. It began in 743 BC and ended in 724 BC, according to the dates given by Pausanias).
The war continued the rivalry between the Achaeans) and the Dorians that had been initiated by the purported Return of the Heracleidae. Both sides utilized an explosive incident to settle the rivalry by full-scale war. The war was prolonged into 20 years. The result was a Spartan victory. Messenia was depopulated by emigration of the Achaeans to other states. Those who did not emigrate were reduced socially to helots, or serfs. Their descendants were held in hereditary subjection for centuries until the Spartan state finally needed them for defense.
Dorian invasion
Dorian invasion
Crucifixion of Christus:
Whilst there is no evidence of any particular individual being crucified, there is however Roman accounts of a mass crucifixion of Jews surrounding the walls of Jerusalem.
Therefore, it would be common sense, that any rebel named Chrestus that was worthy of mention by a Roman emperor named Claudius, would likely have been crucified during this mass execution, if at-all.
Siege of Jerusalem
after attempts by Josephus to negotiate a surrender had failed, the Romans resumed hostilities and quickly breached the first and second walls of the city.[34] To intimidate the resistance, Titus ordered deserters from the Jewish side to be crucified around the city wall.[35] By then, time the Jews had been exhausted by famine, and when the weak third wall was breached, bitter street fighting ensued.[36]
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Crucifixion
Pope Evaristus:
This brings me to another alleged martyr from 99 AD, Pope Evaristus.
Apparently, though, this claim can be dismissed in six words.
"There is no evidence of this".
Pope Evaristus
Pope Evaristus was the bishop of Rome from c. 99 to his death c. 107.[1][2] He was also known as Aristus. He is venerated as a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church,[3] the Catholic Church, and Oriental Orthodoxy. He is usually accorded the title of martyr; however, there is no confirmation of this. It is likely that he was the bishop of Rome when John the Apostle died, marking the end of the Apostolic Age.
Greek Jews:
Now, there may well be "no evidence of this", however Pope Evaristus was from a family of Greek Jews, which lived in Bethlehem.
He was not actually Roman.
He was descended from the early Jews that took the war in to Rome, and established their own base in Rome.
Biography
Little is known about Evaristus. According to the Liber Pontificalis, he came from a family of Greek Jews living in Bethlehem.[4]1602-4)
Conquest of Greece:
Now, the Romans conquering Greece, goes all the way back to the Antigonid period, which i have already covered in previous articles, and am not covering again.
But literally, the Roman empire was removing Gauls from the region, and returning the Messenians.
There was actually no problem with Greek Jews and Romans at this point in history.
Hellenstic period)
After a period of confusion following Alexander's death, the Antigonid dynasty, descended from one of Alexander's generals, established its control over Macedon and most of the Greek city-states by 276 BC.[50] From about 200 BC the Roman Republic became increasingly involved in Greek affairs and engaged in a series of wars with Macedon.[51] Macedon's defeat at the Battle of Pydna in 168 BC signalled the end of Antigonid power in Greece.[52] In 146 BC, Macedonia was annexed as a province by Rome, and the rest of Greece became a Roman protectorate.[51][53]
The process was completed in 27 BC when the Roman Emperor Augustus annexed the rest of Greece and constituted it as the senatorial province of Achaea).[53]
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Pre Roman Gaul
Jews rejected the Selucid empire:
In fact, during this period, the Jews themselves rejected the anti-roman rebels, in place of a Roman puppet king, and ally to Ptolomy, and the anti-roman rebel king was executed.
Though, some of the anti-roman freedom fighters led by the antiochuses were actually quite bad to the jews apparently, so there may be justification for rejecting the freedom fighters in place of a Roman client king.
Downfall and death
When the Roman senate heard that the Syrian kingdom kept more warships and elephants than allowed by the peace treaty of Apamea made in 188 BC, they sent a Roman embassy to travel along the cities of Syria and attempted to cripple Seleucid military power by sinking the Syrians' warships and hamstringing their elephants. Lysias dared do nothing to oppose the Romans, but his subservience so enraged his Syrian subjects that the Roman envoy Gnaeus Octavius (consul of 165 BC) was assassinated in Laodicea (162 BC).[6]
At this juncture Demetrius escaped from Rome and was received in Syria as the true king. Antiochus Eupator was soon put to death together with his protector Lysias).
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Antiochus V
Ptolemists:
In fact, during this period, the Jews would be regarded very much as Ptolemists, as the Ptolemists had a good relationship with the Romans, and were allies with the Romans.
Ptolemaid and Roman egypt
The Ptolemaic Kingdom was a powerful Hellenistic state, extending from southern Syria in the east, to Cyrene to the west, and south to the frontier with Nubia. Alexandria became the capital city and a centre of Greek culture and trade. To gain recognition by the native Egyptian populace, they named themselves as the successors to the Pharaohs. The later Ptolemies took on Egyptian traditions, had themselves portrayed on public monuments in Egyptian style and dress, and participated in Egyptian religious life.[34]
Allies:
Although the Romans and Ptomemies did have certain political differences, that they occasionally fell out over, they are both descended from Messenians and considered themselves allies.
Ptolemy v Epiphanes
Ptolemy V came of age in 196 BC and was crowned as Pharaoh in Memphis, an occasion commemorated by the creation of the Rosetta Stone. After this, he made peace with Antiochus III and married his daughter Cleopatra I in 194/3 BC. This disgusted the Romans who had entered into hostilities with Antiochus partially on Ptolemy's behalf
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Ptoloemy v Epiphanes coin
Cleopatra VII:
Now, the popular claim that Cleopatra was the last ever pharoah, is actually "false".
Ptolemaic and Roman egypt
The last ruler from the Ptolemaic line was Cleopatra VII,
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Real life portrait of Cleopatra VII
Caesarion:
In fact, the last Pharoah ever, was her 17 year old son, Caesarion, who was the illegitimate son of Julius Caesar, and rightful heir to the Roman throne, murdered by Octavian, Julius Caesars adopted son.
Caesarion
Ptolemy XV Philopator Philometor Caesar (Koinē Greek: Πτολεμαῖος, Ptolemaĩos; 23 June 47 BC – 23 August 30 BC),[1] better known by the nickname Caesarion (Καισαρίων Caesariō), was the last pharaoh of ancient Egypt, reigning with his mother Cleopatra from 2 September 44 BC until her death by 12 August 30 BC, and as sole ruler until his death was ordered by Octavian, the later Roman emperor Augustus.
Caesarion was the eldest son of Cleopatra and possibly the only biological son of Julius Caesar, after whom he was named. He was the last sovereign member of the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt.
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Caesarion
Anti-Ptolemists:
Now, the native egyptians went on to become anti-ptolemists, as the Ptolemies were actually not that effected by the overthrow, they simply switched sides to the that of the Romans and left the Egyptians and Jews high and dry.
Ptolemaic and Roman egypt
The Ptolemies faced rebellions of native Egyptians often caused by an unwanted regime and were involved in foreign and civil wars that led to the decline of the kingdom and its annexation by Rome. Nevertheless, Hellenistic culture continued to thrive in Egypt well after the Muslim conquest.
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Native egyptian coat of Arms
Spread of Christianity to Egypt!!
Now, Christianity apparently arrived in Egypt at some point towards the end of the first century.
They actually were not all that well received.
Ptolemaic and Roman egypt
Christianity was brought to Egypt by Saint Mark the Evangelist in the 1st century.[36] Diocletian's reign (284–305 CE) marked the transition from the Roman to the Byzantine era in Egypt, when a great number of Egyptian Christians were persecuted.
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Flag of Egypt
Peter:
Now, just think for a second why this might be!
To begin with, the first Jewish uprisings against the Romans only begin after the death of Caesarion, and the Romans taking full control and ownership of the lands from their previous "client kings".
The egyptian empire dates back to at least 3,500 BC.
Their last ever pharoah has just been executed and the Romans have conquered Egypt, and dissolved the Egyptian empire.
Did the Egyptians go down without a fight?
I should imagine a lot of Egyptians were also campaigning in Rome along with the Jews when the church of St Peter was established in Rome in 30 AD.
Saint Peter
Saint Peter[a] (r. AD 30;[2] died between AD 64 and 68[3]) also known as Simon Peter, Simeon, Simon (/ˈsaɪmən/ (📷listen)), Cephas, or Peter the Apostle, was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, and one of the first leaders of the early Church.
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Tomb of Saint Peter
High priest of Ptah:
Now, for Christians that believe in Jesus, and wish to wake Egyptians up to how badly they have been treated by the Romans, and how their messiah was murdered by illegitimate Roman emperors that are usurping the real emperors of Judaea, there is just one problem.
Egyptians believed in Horus, and they already believed that both Egyptians and Jews were ripped off by the Romans, and the last ever pharoah was indeed murdered by illegitimate Roman emperors.
However there are a few differences in the belief.
To begin with, native Egyptian Horus believers likely believed that the campaign of St Ptah, was about re-establishing the old Priests of Ptah in Rome.
High priests of Ptah
The High Priest of Ptah was sometimes referred to as "The Greatest of the Directors of Craftsmanship" (wr-ḫrp-ḥmwt). This title refers to Ptah as the patron god of the craftsmen.[1]
📷Ramesses II flanked by Ptah and Sekhmet
The office of the High Priest of Ptah was located in Memphis in Lower Egypt. The temple of Ptah in Memphis was dedicated to Ptah, his consort Sekhmet and their son Nefertem.[2]
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Temple of Ptah
Summary:
Perhaps the early native Egyptians just had different beliefs as to what Christianity meant to them.
That is maybe why they were not nice to the early missionaries.
Ptolemies selling egypt down the drain:
Now, i will end this article by exploring the native egyptian belief that the Ptolemies were "deliberately" selling Egypt to the Romans.
It is in fact true, that as early as the reign of Ptolemey X, the Ptolemies appeared to have so much affinity to Egypt, that Ptolomy X actually left Egypt to Rome in his will, but this was refused by the nice Romans.
Though, Octavius would eventually dissolve Egypt based upon the huge debt to Roman bankers that had not been paid off.
King of Egypt)
In the process of recruiting this final force, Ptolemy X had taken out a loan from the Roman Republic. It seems that providing collateral for this loan involved producing a will, which left Egypt to the Roman Republic in the event of his death without an heir.[26] The Romans chose not to take advantage of this will after Ptolemy's death, but did not outright reject it, either. The possibility of Roman intervention hung over Ptolemy IX for the rest of his reign and forced him to adopt a highly deferential posture with the Romans.[25]
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Ptolemy X Alexander

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2020.09.28 12:46 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 28SEP20

Summary As Of: 28SEP20 @ 22:25 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 33,502,322
Deaths 1,005,281
Recovered 24,816,733
Active Cases 7,680,308
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 203 1 9
Cases 33,296,982 13 230
Deaths 1,002,131 1 0
Rcvrd 24,615,962 12 230

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
26SEP 299,946 5,366 235,837
27SEP 257,954 3,947 228,161
28SEP 192,005 2,989 184,603

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,473,150 35,505 1,218,092
Asia 10,394,600 190,953 8,700,433
Europe 4,897,454 220,833 2,497,627
N America 8,774,254 307,996 5,617,096
Oceania 31,047 915 28,334
S America 7,931,096 249,064 6,754,500

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,350,426+ 209,716+ 4,599,629+
India 6,143,019+ 96,351+ 5,098,573+
Brazil 4,736,831+ 141,877+ 4,060,088
Russia 1,159,573+ 20,385+ 945,920+
Colombia 818,203+ 25,641+ 722,536+
Peru 805,302 32,262 664,490
Spain 748,266+ 31,411+ N/A
Mexico 730,317+ 76,430+ 523,831+
Argentina 711,325 15,749 565,935
South Africa 671,669+ 16,586+ 604,478+
France 542,639+ 31,808+ 95,426+
Chile 459,671+ 12,698+ 433,016+
Iran 449,960+ 25,779+ 376,531+
UK 439,013+ 42,001+ N/A
Bangladesh 360,555+ 5,193+ 272,073+
Iraq 353,566+ 9,052+ 284,784+
Saudi Arabia 333,648+ 4,712+ 317,846+
Turkey 315,845+ 8,062+ 277,052+
Italy 311,364+ 35,851+ 225,190+
Pakistan 310,841+ 6,466+ 296,022+
Philippines 307,288+ 5,381+ 252,665+
Germany 288,617+ 9,545+ 250,800
Indonesia 278,722+ 10,473+ 206,870+
Israel 233,265+ 1,507+ 165,191+
Ukraine 201,305+ 3,996+ 88,453+
Canada 155,034+ 9,275+ 132,297+
Ecuador 134,965+ 11,280+ 112,296
Bolivia 133,901+ 7,858+ 93,791+
Qatar 125,311+ 214 122,209+
Romania 123,944+ 4,748+ 99,344+
Morocco 119,107+ 2,113+ 97,468+
Netherlands 114,540+ 6,380+ N/A
Belgium 114,179+ 9,980+ 19,275+
Dominican Republic 111,666+ 2,098+ 86,422+
Panama 110,555 2,340 87,215
Kazakhstan 107,775+ 1,699 102,736+
Kuwait 103,981+ 605+ 95,511+
Egypt 102,955+ 5,901+ 95,586+
Oman 98,057+ 924+ 88,234+
UAE 92,095+ 413+ 81,462+
Sweden 90,923 5,880 N/A
Guatemala 90,263+ 3,234+ 79,067+
Poland 88,636+ 2,447+ 68,420+
China 85,372+ 4,634 80,553+
Japan 82,131+ 1,548+ 74,990+
Belarus 77,946+ 822+ 74,167+
Honduras 75,109+ 2,289+ 26,374+
Nepal 74,745+ 481+ 54,640+
Portugal 74,029+ 1,957+ 47,884+
Ethiopia 73,944+ 1,177+ 30,753+
Costa Rica 73,714+ 861+ 29,420+
Venezuela 72,691 606 62,427
Bahrain 69,848+ 245+ 63,549+
Czechia 65,313+ 615+ 31,268
Nigeria 58,324 1,108 49,794
Singapore 57,715+ 27 57,393+
Uzbekistan 55,776+ 460+ 52,324+
Switzerland 52,646+ 2,065+ 42,700
Algeria 51,213+ 1,719+ 35,962+
Moldova 51,194+ 1,301+ 38,217+
Armenia 49,574+ 957+ 43,665+
Ghana 46,444+ 299 45,646+
Kyrgyzstan 46,355+ 1,064+ 42,613+
Austria 43,432+ 790+ 34,052+
Azerbaijan 40,061+ 588+ 37,725+
Afghanistan 39,233+ 1,455+ 32,642
Palestine 39,121+ 299+ 30,220+
Paraguay 38,684+ 803+ 22,419+
Kenya 38,168+ 700+ 24,681+
Lebanon 37,272+ 351+ 16,676+
Ireland 35,377+ 1,802 23,364
Serbia 33,414+ 748+ 31,536
Libya 33,213+ 527+ 18,518+
El Salvador 28,809+ 831+ 23,317+
Denmark 27,072+ 649 19,942+
Australia 27,044+ 875+ 24,676+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 27,001+ 829+ 20,005+
Hungary 24,716+ 749+ 5,152+
S. Korea 23,661+ 406+ 21,292+
Cameroon 20,838+ 418 19,440
Bulgaria 20,271+ 807+ 14,339+
Ivory Coast 19,641+ 120 19,202+
Greece 17,707+ 383+ 9,989
North Macedonia 17,674+ 729+ 14,642+
Madagascar 16,348+ 229 14,947+
Croatia 16,245+ 272 14,793+
Tunisia 16,114 214 5,032
Senegal 14,919+ 309+ 12,231+
Zambia 14,660+ 332 13,821+
Norway 13,741+ 274+ 11,190
Sudan 13,606 836 6,764
Albania 13,391+ 380+ 7,629+
Myanmar 11,631+ 256+ 3,073+
Namibia 11,121+ 121+ 8,787+
Malaysia 11,034+ 134 9,889+
DRC 10,624+ 271 10,093
Guinea 10,598+ 66 9,940+
Montenegro 10,441+ 163+ 6,720+
Maldives 10,157+ 34 8,950+
French Guiana 9,895+ 65 9,536+
Finland 9,743+ 345+ 7,850
Tajikistan 9,685+ 75 8,483+
Slovakia 9,343+ 44 4,213+
Jordan 9,226+ 51+ 4,359+
Haiti 8,740+ 227 6,757+
Gabon 8,728 54 7,934
Luxembourg 8,376+ 124 7,128+
Mozambique 8,288+ 59+ 4,836+
Zimbabwe 7,816+ 228+ 6,112+
Uganda 7,777+ 75+ 4,033+
Mauritania 7,464 161 7,070
Jamaica 6,170+ 93+ 1,741+
Cabo Verde 5,817+ 59+ 5,134+
Malawi 5,770+ 179 4,243+
Georgia 5,552+ 32+ 2,054+
Cuba 5,483+ 122 4,787+
Eswatini 5,452+ 108 4,844+
Djibouti 5,410+ 61 5,340
Slovenia 5,388+ 149+ 3,600+
Hong Kong 5,076+ 105 4,790+
Nicaragua 5,073 149 2,913
Equatorial Guinea 5,028 83 4,740
Congo 5,008+ 89 3,887
Suriname 4,835+ 102 4,661+
Rwanda 4,832+ 29 3,117+
CAR 4,806 62 1,840
Angola 4,718 174 1,707
Lithuania 4,490+ 92+ 2,327
Guadeloupe 4,487 42 2,199
Trinidad and Tobago 4,382+ 72+ 2,275+
Syria 4,102+ 194+ 1,074+
Réunion 3,882+ 14+ 2,819
Aruba 3,872+ 25 3,037+
Bahamas 3,838 89 2,005
Somalia 3,588 99 2,946
Gambia 3,569 111 2,161
Thailand 3,545+ 59 3,369+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Sri Lanka 3,362+ 13 3,210+
Estonia 3,267+ 64 2,513+
Botswana 3,172+ 16 710+
Mali 3,090+ 130 2,439+
Malta 3,006+ 32+ 2,399+
Guyana 2,772 76 1,564
South Sudan 2,692+ 49 1,290
Iceland 2,663+ 10 2,161+
Benin 2,340 40 1,960
Guinea-Bissau 2,324 39 1,549
Sierra Leone 2,215 72 1,681
Yemen 2,031+ 587 1,266
Burkina Faso 2,008+ 56 1,276+
Uruguay 2,008 47 1,728
Andorra 1,966+ 53 1,265+
Belize 1,854+ 24 1,196+
New Zealand 1,833 25 1,753+
Togo 1,743 46 1,330
Cyprus 1,713+ 22 1,369
Latvia 1,697+ 36 1,304
French Polynesia 1,579 6 1,335
Lesotho 1,565+ 35 822+
Liberia 1,342+ 82 1,221
Martinique 1,290 20 98
Niger 1,196+ 69 1,110+
Chad 1,185+ 85+ 1,006+
Vietnam 1,077+ 35 999
Sao Tome and Principe 911 15 883
San Marino 727 42 676
Turks and Caicos 682+ 5 620
Channel Islands 656 48 600
Sint Maarten 644+ 22 532
Papua New Guinea 532 7 516
Taiwan 513+ 7 480
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 485 1 472
Comoros 478 7 458
Faeroe Islands 460 0 423
Saint Martin 383 8 273
Gibraltar 382+ 0 341
Eritrea 375 0 341
Mauritius 367 10 343
Curaçao 364+ 1 148+
Isle of Man 340 24 314
Mongolia 313 0 305+
Cambodia 276 0 275+
Bhutan 273+ 0 210+
Monaco 212+ 2 174+
Cayman Islands 210 1 207
Barbados 190 7 178
Bermuda 181 9 167
Brunei 146 3 142
Seychelles 143 0 140
Liechtenstein 117 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 101 3 92
Caribbean Netherlands 88+ 1 21
British Virgin Islands 71 1 62
St. Barth 48 0 25
Fiji 32 2 28
Dominica 30 0 24
New Caledonia 27 0 26
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 6
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 33,502,322 1,005,281 24,816,733

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
Saint Lucia 27 0 27
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Timor-Leste 27 0 27
Vatican City 12 0 12
Total: 230 0 230

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 13 1 12

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.09.27 02:56 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 27SEP20

Summary As Of: 27SEP20 @ 23:28 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 33,296,982
Deaths 1,002,131
Recovered 24,615,962
Active Cases 7,678,889
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 203 1 9
Cases 32,797,437 13 230
Deaths 994,074 1 0
Rcvrd 24,195,830 12 230

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
25SEP 317,951 5,819 249,043
26SEP 294,624 5,306 235,837
27SEP 249,941 3,846 211,993

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,467,515 35,215 1,213,033
Asia 10,295,891 189,522 8,587,894
Europe 4,848,403 220,285 2,488,968
N America 8,735,077 307,481 5,556,189
Oceania 31,043 912 28,227
S America 7,918,332 248,701 6,741,000

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,320,192+ 209,447+ 4,546,166+
India 6,073,348+ 95,574+ 5,013,367+
Brazil 4,732,309+ 141,776+ 4,060,088+
Russia 1,151,438+ 20,324+ 943,218+
Colombia 813,056+ 25,488+ 711,472+
Peru 805,302+ 32,262+ 664,490+
Spain 735,198 31,232 N/A
Mexico 726,431+ 76,243+ 521,241+
Argentina 711,325+ 15,749+ 565,935+
South Africa 670,766+ 16,398+ 603,721+
France 538,569+ 31,727+ 94,891
Chile 457,901+ 12,641+ 431,704+
Iran 446,448+ 25,589+ 374,170+
UK 434,969+ 41,988+ N/A
Bangladesh 359,148+ 5,161+ 270,491+
Iraq 349,450+ 8,990+ 280,673+
Saudi Arabia 333,193+ 4,683+ 317,005+
Turkey 314,433+ 7,997+ 275,630+
Pakistan 310,275+ 6,457+ 295,613+
Italy 309,870+ 35,835+ 224,417+
Philippines 304,226+ 5,344+ 252,510+
Germany 286,338+ 9,534+ 250,800+
Indonesia 275,213+ 10,386+ 203,014+
Israel 231,026+ 1,466+ 159,931+
Ukraine 198,634+ 3,959+ 87,882+
Canada 153,125+ 9,268+ 131,098+
Ecuador 134,747+ 11,279+ 112,296+
Bolivia 133,592+ 7,828+ 93,406+
Qatar 125,084+ 214+ 121,995+
Romania 122,673+ 4,718+ 98,607+
Morocco 117,685+ 2,069+ 95,591+
Belgium 112,803+ 9,974+ 19,246+
Netherlands 111,626+ 6,374+ N/A
Dominican Republic 111,386+ 2,095+ 85,965+
Panama 110,555+ 2,340+ 87,215+
Kazakhstan 107,723+ 1,699 102,666+
Kuwait 103,544+ 601+ 94,929+
Egypt 102,840+ 5,883+ 95,080+
Oman 97,450+ 909+ 87,801+
UAE 91,469+ 412+ 80,544+
Sweden 90,923 5,880 N/A
Guatemala 90,092+ 3,229+ 78,698+
Poland 87,330+ 2,432+ 67,904+
China 85,351+ 4,634 80,541+
Japan 81,690+ 1,545+ 74,607+
Belarus 77,609+ 818+ 74,120+
Honduras 74,548+ 2,288+ 26,088+
Portugal 73,604+ 1,953+ 47,647+
Nepal 73,394+ 477+ 53,898+
Ethiopia 73,332+ 1,170+ 30,363+
Venezuela 72,691+ 606+ 62,427+
Costa Rica 72,049+ 828+ 27,760+
Bahrain 69,361+ 242+ 62,887+
Czechia 64,597+ 606+ 31,268+
Nigeria 58,324+ 1,108+ 49,794+
Singapore 57,700+ 27 57,367+
Uzbekistan 55,320+ 458+ 51,829+
Switzerland 51,864 2,064 42,700+
Algeria 51,067+ 1,714+ 35,860+
Moldova 50,875+ 1,287+ 37,842+
Armenia 49,400+ 951+ 43,613+
Ghana 46,387+ 299 45,618+
Kyrgyzstan 46,251+ 1,063 42,453+
Austria 42,876+ 787 33,589+
Azerbaijan 40,023+ 586+ 37,655+
Afghanistan 39,227+ 1,453 32,642+
Palestine 38,703+ 291+ 29,068+
Kenya 38,115+ 691+ 24,621+
Paraguay 37,922+ 782+ 21,757+
Lebanon 36,254+ 347+ 16,089+
Ireland 34,990+ 1,802+ 23,364
Serbia 33,384+ 747+ 31,536
Libya 32,364+ 520+ 18,128+
El Salvador 28,630+ 826 22,879+
Australia 27,040+ 872+ 24,573+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26,920+ 822+ 19,746+
Denmark 26,637+ 649+ 19,650+
Hungary 24,014+ 736+ 5,141+
S. Korea 23,611+ 401+ 21,248+
Cameroon 20,735+ 418 19,440
Bulgaria 20,055+ 796+ 14,176+
Ivory Coast 19,629+ 120 19,163+
North Macedonia 17,629+ 725+ 14,581+
Greece 17,444+ 379+ 9,989
Madagascar 16,285+ 229+ 14,922+
Croatia 16,197+ 272+ 14,609+
Tunisia 16,114+ 214+ 5,032
Senegal 14,909+ 308+ 12,113+
Zambia 14,641+ 332 13,784+
Norway 13,698+ 270 11,190
Sudan 13,606+ 836 6,764
Albania 13,259+ 377+ 7,397+
Namibia 11,033+ 120+ 8,776+
Malaysia 10,919+ 134+ 9,835+
Myanmar 10,734+ 226+ 2,862+
DRC 10,612+ 271 10,093+
Guinea 10,580+ 66+ 9,892+
Montenegro 10,313+ 158+ 6,456+
Maldives 10,098+ 34 8,847+
French Guiana 9,863+ 65 9,500+
Finland 9,682+ 343 7,850
Tajikistan 9,646+ 75+ 8,430+
Slovakia 9,078+ 44 4,178+
Gabon 8,728 54 7,934
Haiti 8,723+ 227 6,551
Jordan 8,492+ 45+ 4,222+
Luxembourg 8,357+ 124 6,976
Mozambique 7,983+ 58+ 4,807+
Zimbabwe 7,812+ 227 6,106+
Uganda 7,530+ 73+ 3,647+
Mauritania 7,464+ 161 7,070
Jamaica 6,017+ 89+ 1,706+
Cabo Verde 5,771+ 57+ 5,031+
Malawi 5,768+ 179 4,206+
Cuba 5,457+ 122+ 4,751+
Eswatini 5,431+ 108 4,821+
Djibouti 5,409 61 5,340
Slovenia 5,350+ 147+ 3,555+
Georgia 5,254+ 28+ 1,906+
Nicaragua 5,073 149 2,913
Hong Kong 5,066+ 105 4,786+
Equatorial Guinea 5,028+ 83 4,740+
Congo 5,005 89 3,887
Suriname 4,831+ 102 4,620+
Rwanda 4,820+ 29 3,099+
CAR 4,806 62 1,840
Angola 4,718+ 174+ 1,707+
Guadeloupe 4,487 42 2,199
Lithuania 4,385+ 91+ 2,327+
Trinidad and Tobago 4,362+ 71+ 2,234+
Syria 4,072+ 192+ 1,062+
Aruba 3,844+ 25 2,948+
Bahamas 3,838+ 89 2,005+
Réunion 3,685 11 2,819
Somalia 3,588+ 99+ 2,946+
Gambia 3,569+ 111+ 2,161+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,523+ 59 3,367+
Sri Lanka 3,360+ 13 3,208+
Estonia 3,200+ 64 2,506+
Mali 3,086+ 130 2,420+
Malta 2,979+ 31 2,358+
Botswana 2,921 16 701
Guyana 2,772+ 76+ 1,564+
South Sudan 2,686+ 49 1,290
Iceland 2,623+ 10 2,158+
Benin 2,340+ 40 1,960
Guinea-Bissau 2,324 39 1,549
Sierra Leone 2,215+ 72 1,681+
Yemen 2,030+ 587 1,266+
Uruguay 2,008+ 47 1,728+
Burkina Faso 1,973+ 56 1,264+
Andorra 1,836 53 1,263
New Zealand 1,833+ 25 1,749+
Belize 1,825+ 24+ 1,165+
Togo 1,743+ 46+ 1,330+
Cyprus 1,696+ 22 1,369
Latvia 1,676+ 36 1,304
French Polynesia 1,579 6 1,335
Lesotho 1,558 35 797
Liberia 1,339+ 82 1,221
Martinique 1,290 20 98
Niger 1,194 69 1,107
Chad 1,178+ 84+ 1,005+
Vietnam 1,074+ 35 999
Sao Tome and Principe 911 15 883+
San Marino 727 42 676
Turks and Caicos 681+ 5 620+
Channel Islands 656 48 600
Sint Maarten 633+ 22 532
Papua New Guinea 532 7 516
Taiwan 510 7 480
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 485+ 1 472+
Comoros 478+ 7 458+
Faeroe Islands 460+ 0 423+
Saint Martin 383+ 8 273
Gibraltar 379+ 0 341+
Eritrea 375+ 0 341+
Mauritius 367 10 343
Curaçao 360+ 1 141+
Isle of Man 340 24 314
Mongolia 313 0 303
Cambodia 276+ 0 274
Bhutan 271+ 0 205+
Cayman Islands 210 1 207
Monaco 210+ 2 169+
Barbados 190 7 178+
Bermuda 181 9 167
Brunei 146 3 142
Seychelles 143 0 140
Liechtenstein 117 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 101+ 3 92
Caribbean Netherlands 85 1 21
British Virgin Islands 71 1 62
St. Barth 48+ 0 25
Fiji 32 2 28
Dominica 30+ 0 24+
New Caledonia 27+ 0 26
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 6
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 33,296,982 1,002,131 24,615,962

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
Saint Lucia 27 0 27
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Timor-Leste 27 0 27
Vatican City 12 0 12
Total: 230 0 230

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 13 1 12

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.09.26 12:44 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 26SEP20

Summary As Of: 26SEP20 @ 10:39 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 32,797,437
Deaths 994,074
Recovered 24,195,830
Active Cases 7,607,531
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 202 1 10
Cases 32,450,483 13 256
Deaths 988,279 1 0
Rcvrd 23,951,765 12 256
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Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
24SEP 308,224 5,850 248,350
25SEP 317,952 5,818 249,043
26SEP 45,190 1,096 27,698

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,452,798 34,914 1,199,715
Asia 10,073,631 186,290 8,362,833
Europe 4,770,313 219,752 2,473,894
N America 8,644,843 305,934 5,480,811
Oceania 31,015 910 28,221
S America 7,824,116 246,259 6,649,705

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,244,184+ 208,440+ 4,480,719+
India 5,908,748+ 93,440+ 4,849,584+
Brazil 4,692,579+ 140,709+ 4,040,949+
Russia 1,143,571+ 20,225+ 940,150+
Colombia 798,317+ 25,103+ 687,477+
Peru 794,584+ 32,037+ 650,948+
Spain 735,198+ 31,232+ N/A
Mexico 720,858+ 75,844+ 518,204+
Argentina 691,235+ 15,208+ 546,924+
South Africa 668,529+ 16,312+ 599,149+
France 513,034+ 31,661+ 94,891+
Chile 453,868+ 12,527+ 428,580+
Iran 439,882+ 25,222+ 369,842+
UK 423,236+ 41,936+ N/A
Bangladesh 357,873+ 5,129+ 268,777+
Iraq 341,699+ 8,867+ 273,266+
Saudi Arabia 332,329+ 4,625+ 315,636+
Turkey 311,455+ 7,858+ 273,282+
Pakistan 309,581+ 6,451+ 295,333+
Italy 306,235+ 35,801+ 222,716+
Philippines 301,256+ 5,284+ 232,906+
Germany 283,706+ 9,530+ 249,500
Indonesia 271,339+ 10,308+ 199,403+
Israel 217,899+ 1,412+ 153,574+
Ukraine 195,504+ 3,903+ 85,133
Canada 150,456+ 9,255+ 129,573+
Bolivia 133,222+ 7,800+ 92,868+
Ecuador 132,475+ 11,236+ 102,852
Qatar 124,650 212 121,512
Romania 121,235+ 4,687+ 97,554+
Morocco 112,522+ 1,998+ 91,932+
Belgium 110,976+ 9,969+ 19,184+
Dominican Republic 110,597+ 2,087+ 84,610+
Panama 109,431+ 2,311+ 86,158+
Kazakhstan 107,659+ 1,699 102,530+
Netherlands 105,918+ 6,328+ N/A
Egypt 102,625+ 5,853+ 93,531+
Kuwait 102,441+ 595+ 93,562+
Oman 95,907 885 86,765
Sweden 90,923+ 5,880+ N/A
UAE 90,618+ 411+ 79,676+
Guatemala 88,878+ 3,186+ 77,750+
Poland 85,980+ 2,424+ 67,326+
China 85,337+ 4,634 80,536+
Japan 80,497+ 1,532+ 73,490+
Belarus 77,289+ 813+ 74,046+
Honduras 73,840+ 2,271+ 25,728+
Ethiopia 72,173+ 1,155+ 29,863+
Portugal 72,055+ 1,936+ 47,003+
Venezuela 71,273+ 591+ 60,709+
Costa Rica 70,816+ 812+ 27,023+
Nepal 70,614+ 459+ 51,866+
Bahrain 68,190+ 236+ 61,475+
Czechia 61,318+ 581+ 30,740+
Nigeria 58,062+ 1,103+ 49,606+
Singapore 57,685+ 27 57,341+
Uzbekistan 54,462+ 450+ 50,954+
Switzerland 51,864+ 2,064+ 42,600
Algeria 50,754+ 1,707+ 35,654+
Moldova 49,666+ 1,264+ 37,023+
Armenia 49,072+ 948+ 43,576+
Ghana 46,222 299 45,417
Kyrgyzstan 46,090+ 1,063 42,302+
Austria 42,214+ 787+ 33,154+
Azerbaijan 39,787+ 583+ 37,392+
Afghanistan 39,192+ 1,453+ 32,635+
Palestine 37,963+ 278+ 27,183+
Kenya 37,707+ 682+ 24,504+
Paraguay 37,226+ 761+ 21,117+
Ireland 34,315+ 1,797 23,364
Lebanon 33,962+ 333+ 14,778+
Serbia 33,238+ 746+ 31,536
Libya 31,290+ 491+ 17,508+
El Salvador 28,415 826+ 22,643
Australia 27,015+ 870+ 24,571+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26,564+ 808+ 19,507+
Denmark 25,594+ 647+ 19,010+
S. Korea 23,516+ 399+ 21,166+
Hungary 23,077+ 730+ 5,099+
Cameroon 20,712 418 19,440
Bulgaria 19,828+ 789+ 14,132+
Ivory Coast 19,556+ 120 19,065+
North Macedonia 17,343+ 721+ 14,422+
Greece 16,913+ 369+ 9,989
Madagascar 16,221+ 228+ 14,867+
Croatia 16,007+ 269+ 14,405+
Senegal 14,869+ 306+ 12,028+
Zambia 14,515+ 332 13,643
Tunisia 14,392+ 191+ 5,032
Sudan 13,592 836 6,764
Norway 13,545+ 270 11,190+
Albania 13,045+ 373+ 7,309+
Namibia 10,835+ 119 8,569+
Malaysia 10,769+ 133 9,785+
DRC 10,578+ 271 10,070+
Guinea 10,478+ 65 9,816+
Maldives 10,014+ 34 8,673+
Montenegro 9,962+ 155+ 6,177+
French Guiana 9,831+ 65 9,472+
Finland 9,577+ 343 7,850
Tajikistan 9,562+ 74 8,341+
Myanmar 9,112+ 174+ 2,381
Gabon 8,728+ 54 7,934+
Haiti 8,684+ 227 6,551
Slovakia 8,600+ 44+ 4,098+
Luxembourg 8,233+ 124 6,976+
Zimbabwe 7,787+ 227 6,057+
Mozambique 7,589+ 53+ 4,649+
Mauritania 7,457+ 161 7,070+
Uganda 7,218+ 71+ 3,611+
Jordan 7,211+ 39+ 4,035+
Malawi 5,764+ 179 4,178+
Jamaica 5,723+ 80+ 1,496+
Cabo Verde 5,628+ 55 4,982+
Djibouti 5,409+ 61 5,340+
Eswatini 5,399+ 108 4,767+
Cuba 5,350+ 118 4,658+
Slovenia 5,191+ 146+ 3,457+
Nicaragua 5,073 149 2,913
Hong Kong 5,060+ 105+ 4,765
Equatorial Guinea 5,018 83 4,530
Congo 5,005 89 3,887
Georgia 4,960+ 27 1,819+
Suriname 4,817+ 102 4,596+
CAR 4,806+ 62 1,840+
Rwanda 4,798+ 29+ 3,080+
Angola 4,590+ 167+ 1,554+
Guadeloupe 4,487 42 2,199
Lithuania 4,295+ 89 2,319+
Trinidad and Tobago 4,277+ 70+ 2,122+
Syria 4,001+ 185+ 1,028+
Aruba 3,799+ 25 2,753+
Bahamas 3,790+ 89+ 1,999+
Réunion 3,685+ 11 2,819+
Gambia 3,555+ 110 2,034+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,522+ 59 3,362+
Somalia 3,465 98 2,877
Sri Lanka 3,345+ 13 3,186+
Estonia 3,165+ 64 2,499+
Mali 3,064+ 130 2,402+
Malta 2,958+ 31+ 2,304+
Botswana 2,921 16 701
Guyana 2,709+ 73+ 1,490+
South Sudan 2,676+ 49 1,290
Iceland 2,561+ 10 2,151+
Benin 2,325 40 1,960+
Guinea-Bissau 2,324 39 1,549
Sierra Leone 2,199+ 72 1,678+
Yemen 2,029 587+ 1,255+
Uruguay 1,967+ 47 1,710+
Burkina Faso 1,962+ 56 1,263+
Andorra 1,836+ 53 1,263+
New Zealand 1,831+ 25 1,745+
Belize 1,808+ 23+ 1,134+
Togo 1,722+ 44 1,312+
Cyprus 1,671+ 22 1,369
Latvia 1,654+ 36 1,304+
French Polynesia 1,579+ 6+ 1,335+
Lesotho 1,558+ 35 797+
Liberia 1,338 82 1,221
Martinique 1,290 20 98
Niger 1,194 69 1,107
Chad 1,175+ 83+ 1,004+
Vietnam 1,069 35 999+
Sao Tome and Principe 911+ 15 881
San Marino 727 42 676
Turks and Caicos 680+ 5 617+
Channel Islands 656+ 48 600+
Sint Maarten 627+ 22 532+
Papua New Guinea 532+ 7 516
Taiwan 510 7 480
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 483+ 1 462
Comoros 474 7 453
Faeroe Islands 458+ 0 417+
Gibraltar 372+ 0 335+
Eritrea 369 0 330
Mauritius 367 10 343
Saint Martin 367 8 273
Isle of Man 340 24 314+
Curaçao 329+ 1 124+
Mongolia 313 0 303
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 263 0 199+
Cayman Islands 210 1 207+
Monaco 208+ 2+ 167+
Barbados 190+ 7 175+
Bermuda 181 9 167
Brunei 146 3 142
Seychelles 143 0 140
Liechtenstein 117+ 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 98+ 3 92
Caribbean Netherlands 85+ 1 21
British Virgin Islands 71 1 62
St. Barth 45 0 25
Fiji 32 2 28
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 6
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 32,797,437 994,074 24,195,830
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Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
Saint Lucia 27 0 27
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Timor-Leste 27 0 27
Vatican City 12 0 12
Total: 256 0 256

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 13 1 12

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
MS Zaandam 9 2 0
Total: 721 15 651
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2020.09.25 12:55 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 25SEP20

Summary As Of: 25SEP20 @ 10:12 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 32,450,483
Deaths 988,279
Recovered 23,951,765
Active Cases 7,510,439
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 203 1 9
Cases 32,382,221 13 229
Deaths 986,840 1 0
Rcvrd 23,893,819 12 229

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
23SEP 316,036 6,331 281,929
24SEP 314,830 5,872 248,350
25SEP 48,785 1,123 32,676

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,444,619 34,758 1,190,410
Asia 9,958,396 184,524 8,246,716
Europe 4,681,371 218,977 2,456,449
N America 8,575,223 304,530 5,430,555
Oceania 30,887 908 28,015
S America 7,759,266 244,567 6,598,969

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,185,915+ 207,540+ 4,438,628+
India 5,823,060+ 92,347+ 4,756,164+
Brazil 4,659,909+ 139,883+ 4,023,789
Russia 1,136,048+ 20,056+ 934,146+
Colombia 790,823 24,924 674,961
Peru 788,930+ 31,938+ 644,345+
Mexico 715,457+ 75,439+ 514,760+
Spain 704,209 31,118 N/A
Argentina 678,266 14,766 536,589
South Africa 667,049 16,283 595,916
France 497,237 31,511 94,413
Chile 451,634 12,469 426,876
Iran 436,319 25,015 367,829
UK 416,363 41,902 N/A
Bangladesh 356,767+ 5,093+ 267,024+
Iraq 337,106 8,799 268,761
Saudi Arabia 331,857 4,599 314,793
Turkey 309,790 7,785 271,964
Pakistan 309,015+ 6,444+ 294,740+
Italy 304,323 35,781 221,762
Philippines 299,361+ 5,196+ 232,399+
Germany 281,503+ 9,520+ 249,500
Indonesia 266,845+ 10,218+ 196,196+
Israel 215,273+ 1,405+ 152,837+
Ukraine 191,671+ 3,827+ 85,133+
Canada 149,094+ 9,249+ 128,707+
Bolivia 132,618+ 7,765+ 92,101+
Ecuador 131,146 11,213 102,852
Qatar 124,650+ 212 121,512+
Romania 119,683+ 4,633+ 96,158+
Dominican Republic 110,122 2,076 84,018
Morocco 110,099 1,956 90,186
Belgium 108,768+ 9,965+ 19,123+
Panama 108,726+ 2,297+ 85,494+
Kazakhstan 107,590+ 1,699 102,360+
Netherlands 103,141 6,312 N/A
Egypt 102,513 5,835 92,644
Kuwait 101,851 592 92,961
Oman 95,907 885 86,765
Sweden 90,289 5,878 N/A
UAE 89,540+ 409+ 78,819+
Guatemala 87,933 3,170 77,125
China 85,322+ 4,634 80,522+
Poland 84,396+ 2,392+ 66,740+
Japan 80,041 1,520 72,538
Belarus 76,957+ 807+ 73,925+
Honduras 73,193+ 2,249+ 24,580+
Ethiopia 71,687 1,148 29,461
Portugal 71,156 1,931 46,676
Venezuela 70,406+ 581+ 59,745+
Costa Rica 69,459 795 26,554
Nepal 69,301 453 50,411
Bahrain 67,701 234+ 60,853
Czechia 58,374+ 567 27,382+
Nigeria 57,849 1,102 49,098
Singapore 57,665+ 27 57,333
Uzbekistan 53,966+ 447+ 50,441+
Switzerland 51,492 2,061 42,600
Algeria 50,579 1,703 35,544
Moldova 48,953 1,252 36,643
Armenia 48,643+ 947+ 43,401+
Ghana 46,222 299 45,417
Kyrgyzstan 45,932+ 1,063 42,147+
Austria 41,500+ 786+ 32,301+
Azerbaijan 39,686 581 37,255
Afghanistan 39,186+ 1,451 32,619
Palestine 37,591 274 26,934
Kenya 37,489 669 24,334
Paraguay 36,404+ 743+ 20,502+
Ireland 33,994 1,797 23,364
Serbia 33,163 745 31,536
Lebanon 32,819 329 14,112
Libya 30,632 474 16,842
El Salvador 28,415+ 823 22,643+
Australia 27,000+ 869+ 24,464+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26,316 802 19,142
Denmark 24,916 645 18,646
S. Korea 23,455+ 395+ 20,978+
Hungary 22,127+ 718+ 4,945+
Cameroon 20,712 418 19,440
Bulgaria 19,573 785 14,013
Ivory Coast 19,501 120 19,003
North Macedonia 17,200 712 14,312
Greece 16,627 366 9,989
Madagascar 16,191 227 14,833
Croatia 15,795+ 266+ 14,303+
Senegal 14,816 304 11,818
Zambia 14,491 332 13,643
Sudan 13,592 836 6,764
Norway 13,406 270 10,371
Tunisia 13,305 180 5,032
Albania 12,921 370 7,239
Namibia 10,740 119 8,482
Malaysia 10,687+ 133 9,696+
DRC 10,555 271 10,051
Guinea 10,434 65 9,801
Maldives 9,939 34 8,597
French Guiana 9,790 65 9,456
Montenegro 9,717 154 5,917
Tajikistan 9,520 74 8,296
Finland 9,379 343 7,850
Gabon 8,716 54 7,906
Haiti 8,668 227 6,551
Myanmar 8,515+ 155+ 2,381
Luxembourg 8,158 124 6,910
Slovakia 8,048+ 41 4,036+
Zimbabwe 7,752+ 227 6,043+
Mauritania 7,433 161 7,052
Mozambique 7,399 51 4,558
Uganda 7,064 70 3,226
Jordan 6,591 36 3,937
Malawi 5,747 179 4,163
Jamaica 5,588 77 1,490
Cabo Verde 5,479 55 4,917
Djibouti 5,407 61 5,339
Eswatini 5,375 108 4,724
Cuba 5,310 118 4,613
Nicaragua 5,073 149 2,913
Hong Kong 5,059+ 104 4,765+
Equatorial Guinea 5,018 83 4,530
Slovenia 5,007+ 145 3,353+
Congo 5,005 89 3,887
CAR 4,804 62 1,837
Rwanda 4,789 27 3,050
Suriname 4,789+ 102+ 4,578+
Georgia 4,664+ 27+ 1,759+
Guadeloupe 4,487 42 2,199
Angola 4,475+ 162+ 1,503+
Trinidad and Tobago 4,235+ 67 2,047+
Lithuania 4,184+ 89 2,298+
Syria 3,966 183 1,013
Aruba 3,756 25 2,664
Bahamas 3,699+ 86+ 1,962+
Gambia 3,552 110 2,012
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,519+ 59 3,360+
Réunion 3,501 11 2,482
Somalia 3,465 98 2,877
Sri Lanka 3,333 13 3,142
Estonia 3,118+ 64 2,417+
Mali 3,041 130 2,391
Botswana 2,921 16 701
Malta 2,898 27 2,191
South Sudan 2,669 49 1,290
Guyana 2,579 71 1,483
Iceland 2,512 10 2,150
Benin 2,325 40 1,954
Guinea-Bissau 2,324 39 1,549
Sierra Leone 2,188 72 1,666
Yemen 2,029 586 1,250
Uruguay 1,959 47 1,679
Burkina Faso 1,950 56 1,260
New Zealand 1,829+ 25 1,744+
Belize 1,758+ 22 1,072+
Andorra 1,753 53 1,203
Togo 1,707 44 1,307
Cyprus 1,663+ 22 1,369
Latvia 1,625+ 36 1,282+
Lesotho 1,554 35 782
French Polynesia 1,469 5 1,237
Liberia 1,338 82 1,221
Martinique 1,290 20 98
Niger 1,194 69 1,107
Chad 1,171 82 1,003
Vietnam 1,069 35 991
Sao Tome and Principe 910 15 881
San Marino 727+ 42 676+
Turks and Caicos 679+ 5 602+
Channel Islands 655 48 575
Sint Maarten 618+ 22+ 517
Papua New Guinea 531 7 516
Taiwan 510+ 7 480
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 477+ 1 462
Comoros 474 7 453
Faeroe Islands 455 0 416
Eritrea 369 0 330
Mauritius 367 10 343
Saint Martin 367 8 273
Gibraltar 361 0 331
Isle of Man 340 24 312
Curaçao 315 1 115
Mongolia 313 0 303+
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 263+ 0 198+
Cayman Islands 210 1 205
Monaco 205 1 166
Barbados 189 7 174
Bermuda 181 9 167
*Brunei * 146+ 3 142
Seychelles 143 0 140+
Liechtenstein 116 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 97 3 92
British Virgin Islands 71 1 62
Caribbean Netherlands 69 1 21
St. Barth 45 0 25
Fiji 32 2 28
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16 0 6
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 32,450,483 988,279 23,951,765

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Total: 229 0 229

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
13 1 12 0
712 13 651 0
Total: 14 663 0
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2020.09.24 11:01 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 24SEP20

Summary As Of: 24SEP20 @ 22:59 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 32,382,221
Deaths 986,840
Recovered 23,893,819
Active Cases 7,501,527
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 202 2 9
Cases 32,060,310 158 229
Deaths 980,426 4 0
Rcvrd 23,635,943 154 229

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
22SEP 276,774 5,724 284,290
23SEP 316,036 6,331 281,929
24SEP 295,202 5,552 222,968

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,444,479 34,755 1,190,340
Asia 9,935,964 184,241 8,230,513
Europe 4,660,771 218,705 2,446,990
N America 8,560,881 303,854 5,408,292
Oceania 30,868 900 27,992
S America 7,748,386 244,366 6,588,929

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,179,057+ 207,401+ 4,423,419+
India 5,816,103+ 92,317+ 4,752,991+
Brazil 4,657,702+ 139,808+ 4,023,789+
Russia 1,128,836+ 19,948+ 929,829+
Colombia 790,823+ 24,924+ 674,961+
Peru 782,695+ 31,870+ 636,489+
Mexico 710,049+ 74,949+ 510,237+
Spain 704,209+ 31,118+ N/A
Argentina 678,266+ 14,766+ 536,589+
South Africa 667,049+ 16,283+ 595,916+
France 497,237+ 31,511+ 94,413+
Chile 451,634+ 12,469+ 426,876+
Iran 436,319+ 25,015+ 367,829+
UK 416,363+ 41,902+ N/A
Bangladesh 355,384+ 5,072+ 265,092+
Iraq 337,106+ 8,799+ 268,761+
Saudi Arabia 331,857+ 4,599+ 314,793+
Turkey 309,790+ 7,785+ 271,964+
Pakistan 308,217+ 6,437+ 294,392+
Italy 304,323+ 35,781+ 221,762+
Philippines 296,755+ 5,127+ 231,928+
Germany 281,345+ 9,519+ 249,500+
Indonesia 262,022+ 10,105+ 191,853+
Israel 212,115+ 1,378+ 148,813+
Ukraine 188,106+ 3,757+ 83,458+
Canada 148,788+ 9,246+ 128,344+
Bolivia 131,990+ 7,731+ 91,556+
Ecuador 131,146+ 11,213+ 102,852
Qatar 124,425+ 212 121,263+
Romania 118,054+ 4,591+ 94,877+
Dominican Republic 110,122+ 2,076+ 84,018+
Morocco 110,099+ 1,956+ 90,186+
Panama 107,990+ 2,291+ 84,437+
Kazakhstan 107,529+ 1,699 102,323+
Belgium 106,887+ 9,959+ 19,079+
Netherlands 103,141+ 6,312+ N/A
Egypt 102,513+ 5,835+ 92,644+
Kuwait 101,851+ 592+ 92,961+
Oman 95,907+ 885+ 86,765+
Sweden 90,289+ 5,878+ N/A
UAE 88,532+ 407+ 77,937+
Guatemala 87,933+ 3,170+ 77,125+
China 85,314+ 4,634 80,513+
Poland 82,809+ 2,369+ 66,158+
Japan 80,041+ 1,520+ 72,538+
Belarus 76,651+ 802+ 73,733+
Honduras 72,675+ 2,222+ 24,022+
Ethiopia 71,687+ 1,148+ 29,461+
Portugal 71,156+ 1,931+ 46,676+
Costa Rica 69,459+ 795+ 26,554+
Venezuela 69,439+ 574+ 58,759+
Nepal 69,301+ 453+ 50,411+
Bahrain 67,701+ 231 60,853+
Nigeria 57,849+ 1,102 49,098+
Singapore 57,654+ 27 57,333+
Czechia 56,747+ 567+ 27,247+
Uzbekistan 53,834+ 446+ 50,230+
Switzerland 51,492+ 2,061+ 42,600+
Algeria 50,579+ 1,703+ 35,544+
Moldova 48,953+ 1,252+ 36,643+
Armenia 48,251+ 945+ 43,266+
Ghana 46,222+ 299 45,417+
Kyrgyzstan 45,757+ 1,063 42,005+
Austria 40,816+ 783+ 31,661+
Azerbaijan 39,686+ 581+ 37,255+
Afghanistan 39,170+ 1,451+ 32,619+
Palestine 37,591+ 274+ 26,934+
Kenya 37,489+ 669+ 24,334+
Paraguay 35,571+ 727+ 19,867+
Ireland 33,994+ 1,797+ 23,364
Serbia 33,163+ 745+ 31,536
Lebanon 32,819+ 329+ 14,112+
Libya 30,632+ 474+ 16,842+
El Salvador 28,201+ 823+ 22,326+
Australia 26,983+ 861+ 24,448+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26,316+ 802+ 19,142+
Denmark 24,916+ 645+ 18,646+
S. Korea 23,341+ 393+ 20,832+
Hungary 21,200+ 709+ 4,818+
Cameroon 20,712+ 418+ 19,440+
Bulgaria 19,573+ 785+ 14,013+
Ivory Coast 19,501+ 120 19,003+
North Macedonia 17,200+ 712+ 14,312+
Greece 16,627+ 366+ 9,989
Madagascar 16,191+ 227+ 14,833+
Croatia 15,572+ 261+ 14,111+
Senegal 14,816+ 304+ 11,818+
Zambia 14,491+ 332 13,643+
Sudan 13,592+ 836 6,764+
Norway 13,406+ 270+ 10,371
Tunisia 13,305+ 180+ 5,032+
Albania 12,921+ 370 7,239+
Namibia 10,740+ 119+ 8,482+
Malaysia 10,576+ 133 9,666+
DRC 10,555+ 271 10,051+
Guinea 10,434 65 9,801
Maldives 9,939+ 34 8,597+
French Guiana 9,790+ 65 9,456+
Montenegro 9,717+ 154+ 5,917+
Tajikistan 9,520+ 74 8,296+
Finland 9,379+ 343 7,850
Gabon 8,716 54 7,906
Haiti 8,668+ 227+ 6,551
Myanmar 8,344+ 150+ 2,381+
Luxembourg 8,158+ 124 6,910+
Zimbabwe 7,725 227 6,007
Slovakia 7,629+ 41 3,978+
Mauritania 7,433+ 161 7,052+
Mozambique 7,399+ 51+ 4,558+
Uganda 7,064+ 70+ 3,226+
Jordan 6,591+ 36+ 3,937+
Malawi 5,747+ 179 4,163+
Jamaica 5,588+ 77+ 1,490+
Cabo Verde 5,479+ 55+ 4,917+
Djibouti 5,407 61 5,339+
Eswatini 5,375+ 108 4,724+
Cuba 5,310+ 118 4,613+
Nicaragua 5,073 149 2,913
Hong Kong 5,057+ 104+ 4,758+
Equatorial Guinea 5,018 83 4,530+
Congo 5,005 89 3,887
Slovenia 4,816+ 145+ 3,245+
CAR 4,804+ 62 1,837+
Rwanda 4,789+ 27 3,050+
Suriname 4,779+ 101+ 4,560+
Guadeloupe 4,487 42 2,199
Georgia 4,399+ 26+ 1,705+
Angola 4,363 159 1,473
Trinidad and Tobago 4,222+ 67 2,037+
Lithuania 4,070+ 89+ 2,253+
Syria 3,966+ 183+ 1,013+
Aruba 3,756+ 25 2,664+
Bahamas 3,618+ 80+ 1,915+
Gambia 3,552+ 110 2,012+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,516+ 59 3,353+
Réunion 3,501 11 2,482
Somalia 3,465 98 2,877
Sri Lanka 3,333+ 13 3,142+
Estonia 3,076+ 64 2,395+
Mali 3,041+ 130 2,391+
Botswana 2,921+ 16+ 701+
Malta 2,898+ 27+ 2,191+
South Sudan 2,669+ 49 1,290
Guyana 2,579+ 71+ 1,483+
Iceland 2,512+ 10 2,150+
Benin 2,325 40 1,954
Guinea-Bissau 2,324 39 1,549
Sierra Leone 2,188+ 72 1,666+
Yemen 2,029 586 1,250+
Uruguay 1,959+ 47 1,679+
Burkina Faso 1,950+ 56 1,260+
New Zealand 1,827+ 25 1,737
Andorra 1,753 53 1,203
Togo 1,707+ 44+ 1,307+
Belize 1,706+ 22+ 1,019+
Cyprus 1,654 22 1,369
Latvia 1,594+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,554+ 35 782+
French Polynesia 1,469+ 5+ 1,237+
Liberia 1,338+ 82 1,221+
Martinique 1,290 20 98
Niger 1,194+ 69 1,107
Chad 1,171+ 82 1,003+
Vietnam 1,069 35 991
Sao Tome and Principe 910+ 15 881+
San Marino 723 42 669
Turks and Caicos 676+ 5 588+
Channel Islands 655+ 48 575
Sint Maarten 616+ 21+ 517+
Papua New Guinea 531+ 7 516+
Taiwan 509 7 480
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 476+ 1 462
Comoros 474+ 7 453
Faeroe Islands 455+ 0 416
Eritrea 369+ 0 330+
Mauritius 367 10 343+
Saint Martin 367 8 273
Gibraltar 361+ 0 331+
Isle of Man 340 24 312
Curaçao 315+ 1 115+
Mongolia 313 0 302
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 261 0 196+
Cayman Islands 210 1 205
Monaco 205+ 1 166+
Barbados 189 7 174
Bermuda 181+ 9 167+
Seychelles 143 0 136
Liechtenstein 116 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 97 3 92
British Virgin Islands 71+ 1 62+
Caribbean Netherlands 69 1 21
St. Barth 45 0 25
Fiji 32 2 28
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 16+ 0 6
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 32,382,221 986,840 23,893,819

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Total: 229 0 229

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
13 1 12 0
712 13 651 0
Total: 14 663 0
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2020.09.24 06:51 indigo997 Atlantis

Despite its age, the story of Atlantis helps to intrigue readers even now, more than 2 and a half millennia past its first mention. Tracing back to Plato’s famed “Timaeus”, as well as “Critias”, the story goes as follows:
Many thousands of years ago, there was a great and advanced civilization that lived on the island of Atlantis, whose genealogy went back to Poseidon, god of the Sea. As Poseidon’s descendants gradually became less and less part-deity, their naturally evil human tendencies made them greedy, desiring to conquer the world. When they tried to attack Athens after conquering the rest of the known world, Zeus told Poseidon that the Atlateans had gotten too greedy, leading to Posiedon’s dramatic destruction of Atlantis in a day by means of earthquakes and other disasters. (3)
Despite its relative insignificance within Timaeus, Atlantis has captivated many historians, scientists and folklorists alike who wondered whether Plato merely created an allegory to disavow greed and promote Athenian culture, or if there had genuinely been an island years ago that had sunk beneath the sea. (5) Due to the lack of historical records about Atlantis, as well as the dubious scientific processes that would have had to be taken rapidly, it is unlikely that such an island ever existed, at least the one which Plato describes in Timaeus that is roughly the size of Texas, as he writes that it was larger than Asia and Libya put together. Additionally, the dates in which Plato presents for the existence of the Atlantean conquest (roughly 11,000 years ago) does not seem to add up in the sense that the greater geographic region was paleolithic in nature. Rapisarda makes the case, however, that the date that Plato proffered is much more plausible than it gets credit for. (4)
Whether or not the story had any basis in historical events, it nonetheless showcases the compelling nature of myth, simply by its longevity. However, until the 1600s, when the myth re- emerged due to a utopian work by Francis Bacon titled “The New Atlantis”, the myth had gone under the radar for almost 2000 years. Further, “In 1882, former U.S. Congressman Ignatious L. Donnelly published “Atlantis: The Antediluvian World,” which touched off a frenzy of works attempting to locate and learn from a historical Atlantis.” (1) It is from this moment that Atlantis’ roles in popular culture, i.e. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Little Mermaid, games such as Assassins Creed, as well as Spongebob. (2)
While we will never know the amount, if any, from which Plato’s myth of Atlantis drew upon facts, it nonetheless stands as an intriguing piece of folk culture, from which, with other puzzle pieces, we can examine Greek society even 2600 years after the fact. In the sense that it continues to captivate audiences today as it did many years ago, the myth is an example of humanity’s renewed interest in supernatural or unbelievable tales, something that Tarrant discusses in his Introduction. (5)
Works Cited: “Atlantis.” History.com, A&E Television Networks, 7 Oct. 2010, www.history.com/topics/folklore/atlantis.
“A History of Atlantis in Popular Culture - AT&T Entertainment News.” Entertainment News from AT&T, 16 July 2020, entertainment.directv.com/a-history-of-atlantis-in-popular-culture/.
“The Internet Classics Archive: Timaeus by Plato.” Translated by Benjamin Jowett, The Internet Classics Archive Timaeus by Plato, classics.mit.edu/Plato/timaeus.html.
Rapisarda, Massimo. “A Scientific Approach to Plato's Atlantis.” Classe Di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche e Naturali, vol. 93, no. 2, 2015.
Tarrant, Harold. “Atlantis: Myths, Ancient and Modern.” The European Legacy, 13 Mar. 2007, pp. 1591–72.
https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/c02d/501564bc56d168e5ba9dbe0392f11e6258a2.pdf
Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVjDBXOjLx0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXOyw-csJoE
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2020.09.23 06:54 assousa The UAE-Israel deal’s historicity is in the fine print

By James M. Dorsey
A close read of the agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel suggests that the Jewish state has won far more than diplomatic recognition. It won acknowledgement of its claim to historic Jewish rights. By the same token, the UAE has received a significant boost to project itself as a leader in inter-faith dialogue.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed walked away from this month’s White House signing ceremony with more than just an agreement to establish diplomatic relations.
Included in the agreement are references that are key to foundational Israeli arguments asserting the right of the Jewish people to a state on what was once predominantly Arab land rather than simple recognition of the fact that the Jewish state exists.
Recognition of Jewish rights has long been a demand put forward by Mr. Netanyahu.
In talks with the Palestinians as well as the building of relations with Arab states over the years, the Israeli leader asserted that mere diplomatic acceptance of Israel’s existence was not good enough. And yet, that was the basis of earlier peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan as well as Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Yasser Arafat’s 1988 recognition of Israel and the subsequent 1993 Oslo accords.
From the outset, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has been as much a dispute about control of land as one of perceived rights.
Recognition of Jewish rights in Palestine bolsters Israeli assertions that its claims to territory occupied during the 1967 Middle East are legitimate rather than a land grab resulting from military conquest.
To be clear, it does not by definition endorse annexation, but it constitutes Arab acceptance of Israel’s position that any compromise between Israelis and Palestinians, a sine qua non for a resolution of their dispute, would involve mediation of claims that are historically and morally on par.
Arabs in the past have projected solutions as the need to address Palestinian rights while accepting Israel’s existence.
The agreement did not explicitly recognize Jewish rights, but enabled Israel to interpret the deal as doing so by stating that “Arab and Jewish peoples are descendants of a common ancestor, Abraham.”
The text of the agreement suggests that the reference was primarily related to allow the UAE to boost its efforts to project itself as a leader of inter-faith dialogue and a moderate interpretation of Islam – a pillar of the country’s well-funded soft power campaign that paints the Emirates as a militarily capable, forward-looking, religiously tolerant and technologically savvy, cutting edge state.
The interpretation of the phrasing as recognition of Jewish rights may have been an unintended consequence or icing on Israel’s cake.
It was a bonus that David Makovsky of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy -- widely viewed as leaning towards Israel -- was quick to point out. Mr. Makovsky noted that the reference implied that “both (Arabs and Jews are) indigenous to the Middle East.”
Mr. Makovsky suggested that the phrasing “is important because it clearly refutes longstanding allegations in the Arab world that Zionism is alien to the region.”
It puts past to Arab and Palestinian arguments that the long-touted two-state solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was one of dividing up land claimed by two parties driven by facts on the ground rather than consideration of legal and moral claims.
This is not just of esoteric significance. It bolsters Israel’s long-standing rejection of Palestinian insistence on the right of refugees, including those who left during the 1948 war, to return to their homes and lands in what is now Israel.
Israel’s reading of the agreement as endorsement of its assertion that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is about equally valid rights is likely to be interpreted differently on both sides of Israel’s right-left divide.
The country’s weakened left will see it as highlighting the need for territorial compromise. Significant segments of the Israeli right will view it as validation of its belief dating back to the period prior to the 1948 creation of Israel that the clash of Jewish and Palestinian rights is irreconcilable. That is a view that has historically also resonated among elements of the labor movement.
That may be what makes the UAE-Israel deal truly historic.
The icing on the UAE’s cake, beyond the significant geopolitical, military, security, technological and economic benefits of the agreement, is the stress on inter-faith dialogue.
Under the agreement, the UAE and Israel “undertake to foster mutual understanding, respect, co-existence, and a culture of peace between their societies in the spirit of their common ancestor, Abraham, and the new era of peace and friendly relations ushered in by this Treaty, including by cultivating people-to-people programs, (and) interfaith dialogue…”
The UAE, like Saudi Arabia, one of its multiple autocratic religious soft power rivals, has gone in recent years to great lengths to cultivate ties to Jewish and Evangelist communities and to position itself as a sponsor of an inter-faith dialogue in which Islam is represented by Muslim scholars who preach absolute obedience to the ruler and reject endorsement of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Its an interpretation of the faith intended to ensure regime survival and counter allegations of violations of human rights in the UAE.
The signing of a Document on Human Fraternity by the imam of the Al-Azhar Grand Mosque in Cairo, Ahmed El-Tayeb, and Pope Francis I during his 2019 visit to the UAE, the first by a head of the Vatican to the Gulf, served to offer an alternative to the Universal Declaration that allows the Emirates to pick and choose which rights it accepts.
The emphasis on inter-faith dialogue is bolstered and conditioned by the agreement’s implicit condemnation of political Islam, a key driver of UAE policy that is shared by Israel.
The agreement rejects “political manipulation of religions and…interpretations made by religious groups who, in the course of history, have taken advantage of the power of religious sentiment…in a way that has nothing to do with the truth of religion.”
Omar Ghobash, UAE Assistant Minister for Culture and Public Diplomacy, speaking in a US-UAE Council webinar, noted that one driver for the conclusion of the agreement was “what happened around the so-called Arab Spring and then the rise of vicious groups like ISIS, let alone Al Qaeda.”
Mr. Ghobash was referring to the 2011 popular Arab revolts that toppled the autocratic leaders of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen as well as the rise of the Islamic State in the aftermath of the uprisings, which was a product of the 2003 US invasion of Iraq rather than the rebellions.
He projected the agreement as part of the UAE’s institutionalization of its values.
“There is a distortion that has taken place over the last few decades…represented by groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS … There is a recurring theme in conversations with my leaders and that is that Islam has been hijacked by these groups. The reality is that in taking Islam back, you need to free it from those constraints. You free it by presenting a different expression of Islam,” Mr. Ghobash said.
Critics suggest that the agreement’s formalization of Israeli support for the UAE’s propagation of a state-controlled Islam fails to tackle a core issue: the need to address religious concepts that are either outdated or outmoded or require reconceptualization and reinterpretation.
Those concepts legitimized decades of Muslim demonization of Israel as well as Jews, Christians, and other non-Muslims.
The UAE took a first major step to address the issue by distributing to schools barely two weeks after the announcement of the establishment of diplomatic relations textbooks that cite the agreement with Israel as an expression of fundamental Islamic and Emirati values.
However, the ultimate litmus test of the UAE’s effort to shape moderate Islam will be if and when it loosens the state’s grip on religion and allows for free-flowing, credible theological debate in which scholars tackle problematic religious concepts that have served their purpose but are out of place in a modern, forward-looking society.
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Dr. James M. Dorsey is an award-winning journalist and a senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore. He is also a senior research fellow at the National University of Singapore’s Middle East Institute and co-director of the University of Wuerzburg’s Institute of Fan Culture in Germany.
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2020.09.23 05:53 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 23SEP20

Summary As Of: 23SEP20 @ 23:23 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 32,060,310
Deaths 980,426
Recovered 23,635,943
Active Cases 7,443,941
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 202 2 9
Cases 31,458,175 158 229
Deaths 968,374 4 0
Rcvrd 23,069,198 154 229

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
21SEP 231,539 4,135 277,860
22SEP 276,575 5,724 284,290
23SEP 290,239 5,657 247,133

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,436,431 34,587 1,180,677
Asia 9,813,230 182,440 8,122,964
Europe 4,597,321 218,112 2,428,577
N America 8,507,518 302,269 5,360,969
Oceania 30,777 895 27,609
S America 7,674,312 242,108 6,514,496

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,135,570+ 206,482+ 4,384,251+
India 5,730,184+ 91,173+ 4,671,850+
Brazil 4,627,780+ 139,065+ 3,992,886+
Russia 1,122,241+ 19,799+ 923,699+
Colombia 784,268+ 24,746+ 662,277+
Peru 776,546+ 31,586+ 629,094+
Mexico 705,263+ 74,348+ 506,732+
Spain 693,556+ 31,034+ N/A
South Africa 665,188+ 16,206+ 594,229+
Argentina 652,174+ 13,952+ 517,228+
France 481,141+ 31,459+ 93,538+
Chile 449,903+ 12,345+ 425,165+
Iran 432,798+ 24,840+ 365,846+
UK 409,729+ 41,862+ N/A
Bangladesh 353,844+ 5,044+ 262,953+
Iraq 332,635+ 8,754+ 264,988+
Saudi Arabia 331,359+ 4,569+ 313,786+
Turkey 308,069+ 7,711+ 270,723+
Pakistan 307,418+ 6,432+ 293,916+
Italy 302,537+ 35,758+ 220,665+
Philippines 294,591+ 5,091+ 231,373+
Germany 279,205+ 9,508+ 247,900+
Indonesia 257,388+ 9,977+ 187,958+
Israel 204,690+ 1,325+ 144,963+
Ukraine 184,734+ 3,705+ 81,670+
Canada 147,756+ 9,243+ 127,788+
Bolivia 131,453+ 7,693+ 90,853+
Ecuador 129,892+ 11,171+ 102,852
Qatar 124,175+ 212+ 121,006+
Romania 116,415+ 4,550+ 93,558+
Dominican Republic 109,737+ 2,074+ 83,434+
Morocco 107,743+ 1,918+ 88,244+
Kazakhstan 107,450+ 1,699+ 102,064+
Panama 107,284+ 2,285+ 83,318+
Belgium 105,226+ 9,955+ 19,039+
Egypt 102,375+ 5,822+ 91,843+
Kuwait 101,299+ 590+ 92,341+
Netherlands 100,597+ 6,296+ N/A
Oman 95,339+ 875+ 86,482+
Sweden 89,756+ 5,876+ N/A
UAE 87,530+ 406+ 76,995+
Guatemala 87,442+ 3,154+ 76,459+
China 85,307+ 4,634 80,505+
Poland 81,673+ 2,344+ 65,561+
Japan 79,768+ 1,512+ 71,981+
Belarus 76,357+ 796+ 73,564+
Honduras 72,306+ 2,206+ 23,230+
Ethiopia 71,083+ 1,141+ 29,253+
Portugal 70,465+ 1,928+ 46,290+
Venezuela 68,453+ 564+ 57,774+
Costa Rica 68,059+ 781+ 26,136+
Nepal 67,804+ 436+ 49,954+
Bahrain 67,014+ 231+ 60,117+
Nigeria 57,724+ 1,102+ 48,985+
Singapore 57,639+ 27 57,291+
Czechia 55,464+ 555+ 26,709+
Uzbekistan 53,275+ 444+ 49,649+
Switzerland 51,101+ 2,060+ 42,100+
Algeria 50,400+ 1,698+ 35,428+
Moldova 48,232+ 1,244+ 36,071+
Armenia 47,877+ 942+ 43,026+
Ghana 46,153+ 299+ 45,299+
Kyrgyzstan 45,630+ 1,063 41,904+
Austria 39,984+ 777+ 30,949+
Azerbaijan 39,524+ 580+ 37,122+
Afghanistan 39,145+ 1,446+ 32,610+
Kenya 37,348+ 664+ 24,253+
Palestine 37,083+ 272+ 26,288+
Paraguay 34,828+ 705+ 19,257+
Ireland 33,675+ 1,794+ 23,364
Serbia 33,080+ 744+ 31,536
Lebanon 31,792+ 328+ 13,527+
Libya 30,097+ 469+ 16,430+
El Salvador 27,954+ 819+ 22,113+
Australia 26,974+ 859+ 24,416+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 26,081+ 790+ 18,634+
Denmark 24,357+ 643+ 18,359+
S. Korea 23,216+ 388+ 20,650+
Cameroon 20,690+ 416 19,124
Hungary 20,450+ 702+ 4,644+
Ivory Coast 19,430+ 120 18,875+
Bulgaria 19,283+ 779+ 13,867+
North Macedonia 17,049+ 710+ 14,186+
Greece 16,286+ 357+ 9,989
Madagascar 16,167+ 226+ 14,788+
Croatia 15,340+ 257+ 13,815+
Senegal 14,795+ 303+ 11,718+
Zambia 14,443+ 332+ 13,629
Sudan 13,578+ 836 6,760
Norway 13,277+ 267 10,371
Albania 12,787+ 370+ 7,139+
Tunisia 12,479+ 174+ 2,386
Namibia 10,663+ 117+ 8,431+
DRC 10,537+ 271 10,041+
Malaysia 10,505+ 133+ 9,602+
Guinea 10,434+ 65 9,801+
Maldives 9,885+ 34 8,530+
French Guiana 9,762+ 65 9,431+
Tajikistan 9,475+ 74+ 8,244+
Montenegro 9,428+ 151+ 5,728+
Finland 9,288+ 343+ 7,850+
Gabon 8,716+ 54 7,906+
Haiti 8,646+ 225+ 6,551+
Luxembourg 8,090+ 124 6,862+
Zimbabwe 7,725+ 227+ 6,007+
Mauritania 7,425+ 161 7,028+
Slovakia 7,269+ 41+ 3,888+
Mozambique 7,262+ 49+ 4,350+
Myanmar 7,177+ 129+ 1,951+
Uganda 6,879+ 69+ 2,961+
Jordan 6,042+ 35+ 3,812+
Malawi 5,746+ 179 4,140+
Cabo Verde 5,412+ 54+ 4,837+
Djibouti 5,407+ 61 5,338+
Jamaica 5,395+ 76+ 1,444+
Eswatini 5,343+ 108+ 4,693+
Cuba 5,270+ 118+ 4,582+
Nicaragua 5,073+ 149+ 2,913
Hong Kong 5,050+ 103 4,749+
Equatorial Guinea 5,018+ 83 4,509
Congo 5,005+ 89 3,887
CAR 4,802+ 62 1,830
Rwanda 4,779+ 27 2,995+
Suriname 4,759+ 100+ 4,541+
Slovenia 4,694+ 143+ 3,168+
Guadeloupe 4,487+ 42+ 2,199+
Angola 4,363+ 159+ 1,473+
Georgia 4,140+ 25+ 1,643+
Trinidad and Tobago 4,136+ 67+ 1,960+
Lithuania 3,932+ 87 2,246+
Syria 3,924+ 181+ 998+
Aruba 3,721+ 25+ 2,501+
Gambia 3,542+ 110+ 2,011+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,514+ 59 3,345+
Réunion 3,501+ 15 2,482
Bahamas 3,467+ 77+ 1,871+
Somalia 3,465 98 2,877
Sri Lanka 3,324+ 13 3,129+
Mali 3,034+ 130+ 2,382+
Estonia 3,033+ 64 2,387+
Malta 2,856+ 25+ 2,173+
South Sudan 2,664+ 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Guyana 2,535+ 69+ 1,464+
Iceland 2,476+ 10 2,142+
Benin 2,325+ 40 1,954
Guinea-Bissau 2,324+ 39 1,549+
Sierra Leone 2,183+ 72 1,665+
Yemen 2,029+ 586 1,245+
Uruguay 1,946+ 47+ 1,661+
Burkina Faso 1,929+ 56 1,252+
New Zealand 1,824+ 25 1,737+
Andorra 1,753+ 53 1,203+
Togo 1,701+ 41 1,297+
Belize 1,669+ 21 1,004+
Cyprus 1,654+ 22 1,369
Latvia 1,572+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,507+ 35+ 766+
French Polynesia 1,394+ 2 1,170+
Liberia 1,337+ 82 1,219+
Martinique 1,290+ 20+ 98
Niger 1,193+ 69 1,107+
Chad 1,164+ 82+ 997+
Vietnam 1,069+ 35 991+
Sao Tome and Principe 908 15 880
San Marino 723 42 669
Turks and Caicos 672+ 5 581+
Channel Islands 654+ 48 575
Sint Maarten 594+ 20 512+
Papua New Guinea 527+ 7 232
Taiwan 509 7 480+
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 474 1 462
Comoros 470 7 453+
Faeroe Islands 451+ 0 416+
Mauritius 367+ 10 339+
Saint Martin 367+ 8+ 273+
Eritrea 364 0 309+
Gibraltar 357+ 0 324+
Isle of Man 340 24 312
Mongolia 313+ 0 302
Curaçao 301+ 1 104+
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 261 0 195+
Cayman Islands 210+ 1 205+
Monaco 199+ 1 165+
Barbados 189 7 174+
Bermuda 180 9 166
Seychelles 143 0 136
Liechtenstein 116+ 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 97+ 3 92
British Virgin Islands 69 1 48
Caribbean Netherlands 69+ 1 21+
St. Barth 45+ 0 25+
Fiji 32 2 28+
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 12+ 0 6+
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 32,060,310 980,426 23,635,943

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Total: 229 0 229

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
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2020.09.22 14:00 AmericanNewt8 [DIPLOMACY] Turkish Aerospace Industries expresses interest in UK Tempest fighter programme

Turkish Aerospace Industries; and, by extension, the Turkish government, has reached out to the United Kingdom and its Ministry of Defense to express interest in the UK's sixth-generation fighter program, Tempest. Turkey; seeing that the TF-X program is unlikely to yield results [or if it does; at great costs, it will produce a fifth-gen aircraft twenty years too late], is investigating the potential for joining Tempest as another major foreign oartner [with Italy and Sweden currently expressing varying levels of commitment to the program and several other foreign countries having investigated it at some point].

Turkey and the United Kingdom have long enjoyed friendly relations, even as our relationship with Europe and even the United States has grown increasingly strained in recent years--with the UK being by far the most staunch supporter of Turkish EU accession and collaboration in other areas strong; including on the [likely to be scrapped] TF-X program, where BAE Systems plays a role as the primary foreign firm consulting on the project. Thus we would like to further that partnership by potentially joining the UK's flagship fighter program.

As for what we bring to the table; Turkey is perhaps the world leader in advanced drone/UAV systems at least as practically applied in Libya and Syria; and Turkey also brings a strong electronic warfare portfolio to the table as well. Even on conventional airframe design, manufacture, and so on, Turkey is not a particularly shabby player--but these are things which any of half a dozen countries could offer.

Key to note here is that Turkey is not committing to Tempest at this point nor scrapping the TF-X [yet] but merely wishes to sign a memorandum of understanding and have Turkish aerospace organizations involved in the concept design, with an actual decision as to whether we will purchase at all, to what extent we will be involved, and so on is left to the 2025 decision date.
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2020.09.22 12:47 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 22SEP20

Summary As Of: 22SEP20 @ 10:35 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 31,509,047
Deaths 969,863
Recovered 23,136,576
Active Cases 7,402,608
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 202 2 9
Cases 31,458,175 158 229
Deaths 968,374 4 0
Rcvrd 23,069,198 154 229
Complete chart in Full Version

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
20SEP 254,983 3,960 247,523
21SEP 230,816 4,133 277,836
22SEP 32,878 845 32,080

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,420,785 34,138 1,166,697
Asia 9,586,939 179,110 7,906,142
Europe 4,497,819 216,974 2,407,411
N America 8,402,834 299,482 5,262,732
Oceania 30,726 890 27,401
S America 7,569,223 239,254 6,365,542

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,046,216+ 204,506+ 4,299,525+
India 5,562,663+ 88,965 4,497,867+
Brazil 4,560,083 137,350 3,887,199
Russia 1,115,810+ 19,649+ 917,949+
Peru 772,896+ 31,474+ 622,418+
Colombia 770,435 24,397 640,900
Mexico 700,580+ 73,697+ 502,982+
Spain 671,468 30,663 N/A
South Africa 661,936 15,992 591,208
Argentina 640,147+ 13,482+ 508,563+
France 458,061 31,338 93,008
Chile 447,468 12,298 421,111
Iran 425,481 24,478 361,523
UK 398,625 41,788 N/A
Bangladesh 352,178+ 5,007+ 260,790+
Saudi Arabia 330,246 4,512 311,499
Iraq 322,856 8,625 258,075
Pakistan 306,886+ 6,424+ 293,159+
Turkey 304,610 7,574 268,435
Italy 299,506 35,724 218,703
Philippines 291,789+ 5,049+ 230,643+
Germany 275,581+ 9,482+ 246,300+
Indonesia 252,923+ 9,837+ 184,298+
Israel 193,374+ 1,285+ 140,751+
Ukraine 181,237+ 3,642+ 79,901+
Canada 145,415+ 9,228+ 125,534
Bolivia 130,986+ 7,654+ 90,240+
Ecuador 126,711 11,095 102,852
Qatar 123,604 211 120,540
Romania 114,648+ 4,503+ 92,169+
Dominican Republic 108,783 2,054 82,274
Kazakhstan 107,374+ 1,671 102,064+
Panama 106,810 2,272 82,320
Belgium 103,392+ 9,950+ 18,977+
Morocco 103,119 1,855 84,158
Egypt 102,141 5,787 90,332
Kuwait 99,964 585 90,930
Netherlands 95,995 6,281 N/A
Oman 94,051 853 85,781
Sweden 88,237 5,865 N/A
Guatemala 85,681 3,124 75,172
UAE 85,595 405 75,086
China 85,297+ 4,634 80,497+
Poland 80,699+ 2,316+ 64,972+
Japan 79,140 1,500 71,404
Belarus 76,104+ 791+ 73,386+
Honduras 72,075+ 2,204+ 22,611+
Ethiopia 69,709 1,108 28,634
Portugal 69,200 1,920 45,736
Venezuela 67,443+ 555+ 56,726+
Bahrain 65,752 225+ 58,626
Costa Rica 65,602 745 25,127
Nepal 65,276 427 47,238
Singapore 57,627+ 27 57,241
Nigeria 57,437 1,100 48,674
Uzbekistan 52,491+ 440+ 48,606+
Czechia 50,764 522+ 25,425+
Switzerland 50,378 2,050 41,800+
Algeria 50,023 1,679 35,180
Armenia 47,667+ 938+ 42,676+
Moldova 46,796 1,211 35,018
Ghana 46,062 297 45,258
Kyrgyzstan 45,542+ 1,063 41,796+
Austria 39,303+ 771+ 30,312+
Azerbaijan 39,280 576 36,836
Afghanistan 39,096+ 1,445+ 32,576
Kenya 37,079 650 23,949
Palestine 36,151 265 24,428
Paraguay 34,260+ 676+ 18,629+
Ireland 33,121 1,792 23,364
Serbia 32,938 743 31,536
Lebanon 29,987 307 12,507
Libya 28,796 450 15,384
El Salvador 27,798 814+ 21,795+
Australia 26,942+ 854+ 24,218+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 25,521 770 18,109
Denmark 23,323 640 17,738
S. Korea 23,106+ 388+ 20,441+
Cameroon 20,598 416 19,124
Hungary 19,499+ 694+ 4,559+
Ivory Coast 19,327 120 18,630
Bulgaria 19,014 765 13,727
North Macedonia 16,780 700 13,949
Madagascar 16,073 225 14,682
Greece 15,595 344 9,989
Croatia 15,136+ 255+ 12,987+
Senegal 14,759+ 302 11,621+
Zambia 14,175 331 13,629
Sudan 13,555 836 6,760
Norway 13,005 267 10,371
Albania 12,535 364 6,995
Tunisia 11,260+ 164+ 2,386
Namibia 10,526 113 8,112
DRC 10,523+ 271 10,011+
Malaysia 10,358+ 130 9,563+
Guinea 10,344 65 9,757
Maldives 9,770 34 8,390
French Guiana 9,712 65 9,373
Tajikistan 9,388 73 8,152
Finland 9,195+ 341 7,700
Montenegro 8,842 138 5,425
Gabon 8,704 54 7,875
Haiti 8,624 221 6,482
Luxembourg 7,916 124 6,839
Zimbabwe 7,683 225 5,924
Mauritania 7,384 161 6,977
Slovakia 6,931+ 40+ 3,668+
Mozambique 6,912 44 3,738
Myanmar 6,471+ 100+ 1,445
Uganda 6,468 63 2,731
Malawi 5,733 179 4,053
Djibouti 5,404 61 5,336
Eswatini 5,282 104 4,647
Cabo Verde 5,281 52 4,674
Jamaica 5,143 70 1,407
Cuba 5,141 116 4,462
Hong Kong 5,047+ 103 4,717
Jordan 5,045 32 3,527
Congo 5,002 89 3,887
Equatorial Guinea 5,002 83 4,509
Nicaragua 4,961 147 2,913
CAR 4,786 62 1,830
Suriname 4,740 97 4,525
Rwanda 4,722 27 2,973
Slovenia 4,558+ 142 3,048
Angola 4,117 154 1,449
Trinidad and Tobago 3,945+ 65 1,802
Georgia 3,913+ 22+ 1,574+
Lithuania 3,859+ 87 2,225+
Syria 3,833 175 963
Aruba 3,587 24 2,369
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Gambia 3,526 108 1,992
Thailand 3,511+ 59 3,343+
Somalia 3,465 98 2,877
Guadeloupe 3,426 26 837
Bahamas 3,418+ 75+ 1,771+
Réunion 3,415 15 2,482
Sri Lanka 3,299 13 3,118+
Mali 3,024+ 128 2,377+
Estonia 2,976+ 64 2,385+
Malta 2,814+ 23 2,113+
South Sudan 2,649 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Guyana 2,402 65 1,359
Iceland 2,377 10 2,125
Guinea-Bissau 2,303 39 1,127
Benin 2,294 40 1,954
Sierra Leone 2,168 72 1,650
Yemen 2,028 586 1,235
Uruguay 1,927 46 1,634
Burkina Faso 1,896 56 1,189
New Zealand 1,815 25 1,729+
Andorra 1,681 53 1,199
Togo 1,669 41 1,274
Belize 1,635+ 21 967+
Cyprus 1,603 22 1,369
Latvia 1,560+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,424 33 754
French Polynesia 1,394+ 2 1,170+
Liberia 1,336 82 1,218
Niger 1,189 69 1,104
Chad 1,153 81 967
Martinique 1,122 18 98
Vietnam 1,068 35 947
Sao Tome and Principe 908 15 880
San Marino 723 42 669
Turks and Caicos 668 5 572
Channel Islands 652 48 575
Sint Maarten 591+ 20 505+
Papua New Guinea 517 7 232
Taiwan 509 7 479
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 474 1 462
Comoros 470 7 450
Faeroe Islands 448+ 0 414+
Mauritius 366 10 338
Eritrea 364 0 305
Gibraltar 355+ 0 323
Isle of Man 340 24 312
Saint Martin 330 6 206
Mongolia 313+ 0 302
Curaçao 282 1 102
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 261 0 194+
Cayman Islands 209 1 204
Monaco 195+ 1 159+
Barbados 189 7 173
Bermuda 180 9 166
Seychelles 143 0 136
Liechtenstein 114 1 110
Antigua and Barbuda 96 3 92
British Virgin Islands 69 1 48
Caribbean Netherlands 36 1 17
Fiji 32 2 26
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
St. Barth 23 0 16
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 11 0 5
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 31,509,047 969,863 23,136,576
Complete chart in Full Version

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Total: 229 0 229

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
Source Notations Full Version
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2020.09.21 14:04 finnagains China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship (r/Leftwinger) 21 Sept 2020

As the US presidential debates approach, and our grotesque candidates prepare to compete for Best Actor, with their supporting casts of pollsters, advance men, media shills, gestures coaches, focus groups, and allied technicians of mendacity, Americans of broad historical illiteracy, which is most of them, hear endlessly of the evils of China. Whether the evils exist doesn’t matter. The electorate won’t know the difference. Still, it might be amusing to think about the matter. How bad (as Ivanka would put it) is the Middle Kingston?
Permit me a more sanguine view than those of our leftover Cold Warriors. Let us start with what Beijing has done for its people. We might also find enlightening a comparison of today’s China with today’s America.
I know what China was in 1978 when Deng took over: a literally starving behemoth, among the poorest countries on earth, with people eating grass. Forty-two years later it has lifted several hundreds of millions from poverty, and the remaining poverty would not be recognized as poverty by the slum dwellers of India. Perhaps I err, but this seems to me both astonishing and admirable. No other country, ever, has done such a thing.
Overage Cold War hawks and salesmen for the arms makers like to say that China is “totalitarian,” which sounds appropriately terrible without meaning anything specific. How many people have been in a genuinely totalitarian and Communist country? I was in the Soviet Union when it still was the Soviet Union, and it closely matched John Bolton’s onanistic fantasies: grim, poor, intimidated, no stores or consumer goods, empty streets with cars only for the government, people sullen and dispirited. As we flew out on Aeroflot, people spontaneously broke into applause as we passed the Russian frontier.
This is not China. Walk the streets in Chengdu or Chongqing. Traffic (unfortunately) reaches American levels. You will see stores selling anything you would find in, say, Washington, running from cheap to pricey, large grocery stores tastefully decorated (a Chinese touch) with everything from staples to gourmet food. It is First World. This is fact, boys and girls. It is documentable. Go look. I have. You will also see, at least in Chengdu, many blocks of stores selling Buddhist artefacts, functioning temples well maintained, and monks in the traditional robes. None of this is what we are told to expect. It is what is there.
Restaurants flourish, from soup stalls to elegant, and night life is varied and great fun. (Here a guide to said night life.) There is, for example, an Irish pub, the Shamrock, which we much liked. Large districts exist of what might be called wide car-less alleys with dozens of restaurants with outside tables and typically Chinese gaudy neon everywhere. This is not Steve Bannon’s China.
From Its website: “Shamrock has the best sports telecasts in Chengdu! With five different satellite feeds we have you covered for rugby, football (round ball) Aussie rules, cricket, NBA, golf, tennis, boxing, and UFC. Wondering how to find out more about what telecasts are on? We have our website listing, you can also ADD us on WeChat or alternatively just give us a call or email for more info on what and when telecasts are coming up.”
Conservatives of formidable economic illiteracy speak of China as a communist dictatorship. The government, perhaps not wanting to admit a mistake, calls itself communist. Geriatric hawks make themselves foolish by referring to “Chicoms,” but China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship, and communist countries do not have hundreds of thousands of private businesses. You cannot criticize the government and the Great Firewall of China blocks the international internet. Not good, but…totalitarian? Try North Korea.
US commentators speak of China’s intolerance of Christianity. The intolerance exists. But the Chinese have reasons. Remember that Christianity, however heretical, cost China fourteen years of godawful bloody warfare during the Tiaping Rebellion of the 1850's and perhaps millions of dead. It was probably enough Christianity for them. And of course, they can look at the US and see the havoc caused by diversity of religion, race, ethnicity, and so on. They probably figure they don’t need any.
Americans also grouse that fentanyl, which they usually pronounce “fentanol,” comes from China, just as Mexicans complain that the weaponry of the drug cartels comes from the US. True in both cases, but it is a bit of a leap to attribute either to governmental hostility rather than freelance criminality. Regarding drugs, we might remember that China has had bitter experience of Eurowhites. Americans have compelled the Chinese to buy opium by force of arms, though the government desperately opposed this. Maybe turnabout is fair play.
American troops have also occupied Chinese ports by force. American soldiers have rampaged through Beijing, raping, looting, and killing for sport. The Chinese are aware of this. Americans can usually find their way home at night.
People in the US speak of China’s brazen aggressiveness. Chinese aggressiveness? Did China invade Iraq, killing hundreds of thousands? Has China spent almost twenty years butchering Afghans, militarily seized Syria’s oil, supported Saudi Arabia in a murderous war against Yemen, supervised the destruction of Libya, bombed Somalia? Does China try to starve Iran and Venezuela into giving Washington control of their oil? Does China push its (nonexistent) NATO vassals ever closer to Russian border? Yes, China is an international menace. No one can doubt it.
Aggressiveness? True, America has only a piffling few military bases around the world, a mere scattering of about 800, while the aggressive China, always shameless, has one, at Djibouti. Today, the Horn of Africa. Tomorrow, San Francisco. My God, we must gird our loins, send more money to the Pentagon. Next thing we know, the squinty-eyed bastards will be dating our daughters at Harvard. (Though, come to think of it….)
China spends heavily on education and R-and-D. It has not caught up with America in everything, but advances rapidly. America buys intercontinental nuclear bombers of no apparent purpose. The above is a mag-lev train now in development, to run at 373 miles an hour.
Consider America as it must look to a citizen of, say Chongqing. It looks barbaric. The United States is neck deep in violent crime; China has almost none. This is not because of watchfulness by police, but because violent crime is not in the culture. You don’t need police to keep people from doing what they are not going to do anyway. In American cities, murder is so common as barely to be noticed by the newspapers: 700 a year in Chicago and several times as many shot, 300 in Baltimore, similar numbers in a couple of dozen other cities. America seethes in racial hatred; China, blessedly having only one race to amount to anything, does not. Many tens of thousands in America live in medieval squalor on the sidewalks or in the subways; not in China. China beat Covid and goes about its business (friends there tell me that things are back to normal). America…never mind.
Does China mistreat its Islamic Uighurs? Yes, and might even if America were not trying to stir up a Jihadi rebellion there, as it is in Hong Kong. Not good at all. Is it worse than the US? Maybe. Note, though, that America’s Africans have lived in wretched circumstances for four centuries, currently wallowing in semi-literacy, drugs, social collapse, and hopelessness. None of these is changing in the Exceptional Country.
Much can be, and is, said against China, and a lot of it is true. But Americans are in no position to do the saying.
Socialist_
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2020.09.21 14:03 finnagains China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship (r/Leftwinger) 21 Sept 2020

Leftwinger
As the presidential debates approach, and our grotesque candidates prepare to compete for Best Actor, with their supporting casts of pollsters, advance men, media shills, gestures coaches, focus groups, and allied technicians of mendacity, Americans of broad historical illiteracy, which is most of them, hear endlessly of the evils of China. Whether the evils exist doesn’t matter. The electorate won’t know the difference. Still, it might be amusing to think about the matter. How bad (as Ivanka would put it) is the Middle Kingston?
Permit me a more sanguine view than those of our leftover Cold Warriors. Let us start with what Beijing has done for its people. We might also find enlightening a comparison of today’s China with today’s America.
I know what China was in 1978 when Deng took over: a literally starving behemoth, among the poorest countries on earth, with people eating grass. Forty-two years later it has lifted several hundreds of millions from poverty, and the remaining poverty would not be recognized as poverty by the slum dwellers of India. Perhaps I err, but this seems to me both astonishing and admirable. No other country, ever, has done such a thing.
Overage Cold War hawks and salesmen for the arms makers like to say that China is “totalitarian,” which sounds appropriately terrible without meaning anything specific. How many people have been in a genuinely totalitarian and Communist country? I was in the Soviet Union when it still was the Soviet Union, and it closely matched John Bolton’s onanistic fantasies: grim, poor, intimidated, no stores or consumer goods, empty streets with cars only for the government, people sullen and dispirited. As we flew out on Aeroflot, people spontaneously broke into applause as we passed the Russian frontier.
This is not China. Walk the streets in Chengdu or Chongqing. Traffic (unfortunately) reaches American levels. You will see stores selling anything you would find in, say, Washington, running from cheap to pricey, large grocery stores tastefully decorated (a Chinese touch) with everything from staples to gourmet food. It is First World. This is fact, boys and girls. It is documentable. Go look. I have. You will also see, at least in Chengdu, many blocks of stores selling Buddhist artefacts, functioning temples well maintained, and monks in the traditional robes. None of this is what we are told to expect. It is what is there.
Restaurants flourish, from soup stalls to elegant, and night life is varied and great fun. (Here a guide to said night life.) There is, for example, an Irish pub, the Shamrock, which we much liked. Large districts exist of what might be called wide car-less alleys with dozens of restaurants with outside tables and typically Chinese gaudy neon everywhere. This is not Steve Bannon’s China.
From Its website: “Shamrock has the best sports telecasts in Chengdu! With five different satellite feeds we have you covered for rugby, football (round ball) Aussie rules, cricket, NBA, golf, tennis, boxing, and UFC. Wondering how to find out more about what telecasts are on? We have our website listing, you can also ADD us on WeChat or alternatively just give us a call or email for more info on what and when telecasts are coming up.”
Conservatives of formidable economic illiteracy speak of China as a communist dictatorship. The government, perhaps not wanting to admit a mistake, calls itself communist. Geriatric hawks make themselves foolish by referring to “Chicoms,” but China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship, and communist countries do not have hundreds of thousands of private businesses. You cannot criticize the government and the Great Firewall of China blocks the international internet. Not good, but…totalitarian? Try North Korea.
US commentators speak of China’s intolerance of Christianity. The intolerance exists. But the Chinese have reasons. Remember that Christianity, however heretical, cost China fourteen years of godawful bloody warfare during the Tiaping Rebellion of the 1850's and perhaps millions of dead. It was probably enough Christianity for them. And of course, they can look at the US and see the havoc caused by diversity of religion, race, ethnicity, and so on. They probably figure they don’t need any.
Americans also grouse that fentanyl, which they usually pronounce “fentanol,” comes from China, just as Mexicans complain that the weaponry of the drug cartels comes from the US. True in both cases, but it is a bit of a leap to attribute either to governmental hostility rather than freelance criminality. Regarding drugs, we might remember that China has had bitter experience of Eurowhites. Americans have compelled the Chinese to buy opium by force of arms, though the government desperately opposed this. Maybe turnabout is fair play.
American troops have also occupied Chinese ports by force. American soldiers have rampaged through Beijing, raping, looting, and killing for sport. The Chinese are aware of this. Americans can usually find their way home at night.
People in the US speak of China’s brazen aggressiveness. Chinese aggressiveness? Did China invade Iraq, killing hundreds of thousands? Has China spent almost twenty years butchering Afghans, militarily seized Syria’s oil, supported Saudi Arabia in a murderous war against Yemen, supervised the destruction of Libya, bombed Somalia? Does China try to starve Iran and Venezuela into giving Washington control of their oil? Does China push its (nonexistent) NATO vassals ever closer to Russian border? Yes, China is an international menace. No one can doubt it.
Aggressiveness? True, America has only a piffling few military bases around the world, a mere scattering of about 800, while the aggressive China, always shameless, has one, at Djibouti. Today, the Horn of Africa. Tomorrow, San Francisco. My God, we must gird our loins, send more money to the Pentagon. Next thing we know, the squinty-eyed bastards will be dating our daughters at Harvard. (Though, come to think of it….)
China spends heavily on education and R-and-D. It has not caught up with America in everything, but advances rapidly. America buys intercontinental nuclear bombers of no apparent purpose. The above is a mag-lev train now in development, to run at 373 miles an hour.
Consider America as it must look to a citizen of, say Chongqing. It looks barbaric. The United States is neck deep in violent crime; China has almost none. This is not because of watchfulness by police, but because violent crime is not in the culture. You don’t need police to keep people from doing what they are not going to do anyway. In American cities, murder is so common as barely to be noticed by the newspapers: 700 a year in Chicago and several times as many shot, 300 in Baltimore, similar numbers in a couple of dozen other cities. America seethes in racial hatred; China, blessedly having only one race to amount to anything, does not. Many tens of thousands in America live in medieval squalor on the sidewalks or in the subways; not in China. China beat Covid and goes about its business (friends there tell me that things are back to normal). America…never mind.
Does China mistreat its Islamic Uighurs? Yes, and might even if America were not trying to stir up a Jihadi rebellion there, as it is in Hong Kong. Not good at all. Is it worse than the US? Maybe. Note, though, that America’s Africans have lived in wretched circumstances for four centuries, currently wallowing in semi-literacy, drugs, social collapse, and hopelessness. None of these is changing in the Exceptional Country.
Much can be, and is, said against China, and a lot of it is true. But Americans are in no position to do the saying.
Socialist_
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2020.09.21 14:01 finnagains China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship - 21 Sept 2020

As the presidential debates approach, and our grotesque candidates prepare to compete for Best Actor, with their supporting casts of pollsters, advance men, media shills, gestures coaches, focus groups, and allied technicians of mendacity, Americans of broad historical illiteracy, which is most of them, hear endlessly of the evils of China. Whether the evils exist doesn’t matter. The electorate won’t know the difference. Still, it might be amusing to think about the matter. How bad (as Ivanka would put it) is the Middle Kingston?
Permit me a more sanguine view than those of our leftover Cold Warriors. Let us start with what Beijing has done for its people. We might also find enlightening a comparison of today’s China with today’s America.
I know what China was in 1978 when Deng took over: a literally starving behemoth, among the poorest countries on earth, with people eating grass. Forty-two years later it has lifted several hundreds of millions from poverty, and the remaining poverty would not be recognized as poverty by the slum dwellers of India. Perhaps I err, but this seems to me both astonishing and admirable. No other country, ever, has done such a thing.
Overage Cold War hawks and salesmen for the arms makers like to say that China is “totalitarian,” which sounds appropriately terrible without meaning anything specific. How many people have been in a genuinely totalitarian and Communist country? I was in the Soviet Union when it still was the Soviet Union, and it closely matched John Bolton’s onanistic fantasies: grim, poor, intimidated, no stores or consumer goods, empty streets with cars only for the government, people sullen and dispirited. As we flew out on Aeroflot, people spontaneously broke into applause as we passed the Russian frontier.
This is not China. Walk the streets in Chengdu or Chongqing. Traffic (unfortunately) reaches American levels. You will see stores selling anything you would find in, say, Washington, running from cheap to pricey, large grocery stores tastefully decorated (a Chinese touch) with everything from staples to gourmet food. It is First World. This is fact, boys and girls. It is documentable. Go look. I have. You will also see, at least in Chengdu, many blocks of stores selling Buddhist artefacts, functioning temples well maintained, and monks in the traditional robes. None of this is what we are told to expect. It is what is there.
Restaurants flourish, from soup stalls to elegant, and night life is varied and great fun. (Here a guide to said night life.) There is, for example, an Irish pub, the Shamrock, which we much liked. Large districts exist of what might be called wide car-less alleys with dozens of restaurants with outside tables and typically Chinese gaudy neon everywhere. This is not Steve Bannon’s China.
From Its website: “Shamrock has the best sports telecasts in Chengdu! With five different satellite feeds we have you covered for rugby, football (round ball) Aussie rules, cricket, NBA, golf, tennis, boxing, and UFC. Wondering how to find out more about what telecasts are on? We have our website listing, you can also ADD us on WeChat or alternatively just give us a call or email for more info on what and when telecasts are coming up.”
Conservatives of formidable economic illiteracy speak of China as a communist dictatorship. The government, perhaps not wanting to admit a mistake, calls itself communist. Geriatric hawks make themselves foolish by referring to “Chicoms,” but China is in fact a pragmatic authoritarian oligarchy, not a dictatorship, and communist countries do not have hundreds of thousands of private businesses. You cannot criticize the government and the Great Firewall of China blocks the international internet. Not good, but…totalitarian? Try North Korea.
US commentators speak of China’s intolerance of Christianity. The intolerance exists. But the Chinese have reasons. Remember that Christianity, however heretical, cost China fourteen years of godawful bloody warfare during the Tiaping Rebellion of the 1850's and perhaps millions of dead. It was probably enough Christianity for them. And of course, they can look at the US and see the havoc caused by diversity of religion, race, ethnicity, and so on. They probably figure they don’t need any.
Americans also grouse that fentanyl, which they usually pronounce “fentanol,” comes from China, just as Mexicans complain that the weaponry of the drug cartels comes from the US. True in both cases, but it is a bit of a leap to attribute either to governmental hostility rather than freelance criminality. Regarding drugs, we might remember that China has had bitter experience of Eurowhites. Americans have compelled the Chinese to buy opium by force of arms, though the government desperately opposed this. Maybe turnabout is fair play.
American troops have also occupied Chinese ports by force. American soldiers have rampaged through Beijing, raping, looting, and killing for sport. The Chinese are aware of this. Americans can usually find their way home at night.
People in the US speak of China’s brazen aggressiveness. Chinese aggressiveness? Did China invade Iraq, killing hundreds of thousands? Has China spent almost twenty years butchering Afghans, militarily seized Syria’s oil, supported Saudi Arabia in a murderous war against Yemen, supervised the destruction of Libya, bombed Somalia? Does China try to starve Iran and Venezuela into giving Washington control of their oil? Does China push its (nonexistent) NATO vassals ever closer to Russian border? Yes, China is an international menace. No one can doubt it.
Aggressiveness? True, America has only a piffling few military bases around the world, a mere scattering of about 800, while the aggressive China, always shameless, has one, at Djibouti. Today, the Horn of Africa. Tomorrow, San Francisco. My God, we must gird our loins, send more money to the Pentagon. Next thing we know, the squinty-eyed bastards will be dating our daughters at Harvard. (Though, come to think of it….)
China spends heavily on education and R-and-D. It has not caught up with America in everything, but advances rapidly. America buys intercontinental nuclear bombers of no apparent purpose. The above is a mag-lev train now in development, to run at 373 miles an hour.
Consider America as it must look to a citizen of, say Chongqing. It looks barbaric. The United States is neck deep in violent crime; China has almost none. This is not because of watchfulness by police, but because violent crime is not in the culture. You don’t need police to keep people from doing what they are not going to do anyway. In American cities, murder is so common as barely to be noticed by the newspapers: 700 a year in Chicago and several times as many shot, 300 in Baltimore, similar numbers in a couple of dozen other cities. America seethes in racial hatred; China, blessedly having only one race to amount to anything, does not. Many tens of thousands in America live in medieval squalor on the sidewalks or in the subways; not in China. China beat Covid and goes about its business (friends there tell me that things are back to normal). America…never mind.
Does China mistreat its Islamic Uighurs? Yes, and might even if America were not trying to stir up a Jihadi rebellion there, as it is in Hong Kong. Not good at all. Is it worse than the US? Maybe. Note, though, that America’s Africans have lived in wretched circumstances for four centuries, currently wallowing in semi-literacy, drugs, social collapse, and hopelessness. None of these is changing in the Exceptional Country.
Much can be, and is, said against China, and a lot of it is true. But Americans are in no position to do the saying.
Socialist_
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2020.09.21 12:36 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 21SEP20

Summary As Of: 21SEP20 @ 23:19 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 31,458,175
Deaths 968,374
Recovered 23,069,198
Active Cases 7,450,841
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry’s 203 2 8
Cases 31,216,782 158 202
Deaths 964,723 4 0
Rcvrd 22,811,642 154 202

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
19SEP 296,895 5,195 248,442
20SEP 254,996 3,960 247,523
21SEP 212,276 3,489 242,538

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,406,047 33,877 1,153,639
Asia 9,348,503 175,387 7,628,969
Europe 4,402,921 215,949 2,374,941
N America 8,311,831 297,711 5,167,259
Oceania 30,541 879 26,993
S America 7,490,339 237,107 6,226,685

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,042,937+ 204,427+ 4,295,396+
India 5,560,105+ 88,965+ 4,494,720+
Brazil 4,560,083+ 137,350+ 3,887,199+
Russia 1,109,595+ 19,489+ 911,973+
Colombia 770,435+ 24,397+ 640,900+
Peru 768,895+ 31,369 615,255+
Mexico 697,663+ 73,493+ 499,302+
Spain 671,468+ 30,663+ N/A
South Africa 661,936+ 15,992+ 591,208+
Argentina 631,365 13,053 488,231
France 458,061+ 31,338+ 93,008+
Chile 447,468+ 12,298+ 421,111+
Iran 425,481+ 24,478+ 361,523+
UK 398,625+ 41,788+ N/A
Bangladesh 350,621+ 4,979+ 258,717+
Saudi Arabia 330,246+ 4,512+ 311,499+
Iraq 322,856+ 8,625+ 258,075+
Pakistan 306,304+ 6,420+ 292,869+
Turkey 304,610+ 7,574+ 268,435+
Italy 299,506+ 35,724+ 218,703+
Philippines 290,190+ 4,999+ 230,233+
Germany 275,548+ 9,481+ 244,000+
Indonesia 248,852+ 9,677+ 180,797+
Israel 190,929+ 1,273+ 136,780+
Ukraine 178,353+ 3,583+ 78,184+
Canada 145,052+ 9,224+ 125,539+
Bolivia 130,676+ 7,617+ 89,617+
Ecuador 126,711+ 11,095+ 102,852
Qatar 123,604+ 211+ 120,540+
Romania 113,589+ 4,458+ 90,649+
Dominican Republic 108,783+ 2,054+ 82,274+
Kazakhstan 107,307+ 1,671 101,941+
Panama 106,810+ 2,272+ 82,320+
Morocco 103,119+ 1,855+ 84,158+
Belgium 102,295+ 9,948+ 18,965+
Egypt 102,141+ 5,787+ 90,332+
Kuwait 99,964+ 585+ 90,930+
Netherlands 95,995+ 6,281+ N/A
Oman 94,051+ 853+ 85,781+
Sweden 88,237 5,865 N/A
Guatemala 85,681+ 3,124+ 75,172+
UAE 85,595+ 405+ 75,086+
China 85,291+ 4,634 80,484+
Poland 79,988+ 2,298+ 64,604+
Japan 79,140+ 1,500 71,404+
Belarus 75,898+ 785+ 73,301+
Honduras 71,616+ 2,184+ 22,065+
Ethiopia 69,709+ 1,108+ 28,634+
Portugal 69,200+ 1,920+ 45,736+
Venezuela 66,656 547 56,096
Bahrain 65,752+ 224+ 58,626+
Costa Rica 65,602+ 745+ 25,127+
Nepal 65,276+ 427+ 47,238+
Singapore 57,606+ 27 57,241+
Nigeria 57,437+ 1,100+ 48,674+
Uzbekistan 52,070+ 437+ 48,369+
Czechia 50,764+ 521+ 25,336+
Switzerland 50,378+ 2,050+ 40,500
Algeria 50,023+ 1,679+ 35,180+
Armenia 47,552+ 936+ 42,637+
Moldova 46,796+ 1,211+ 35,018+
Ghana 46,062+ 297 45,258+
Kyrgyzstan 45,471+ 1,063 41,682+
Azerbaijan 39,280+ 576+ 36,836+
Afghanistan 39,074+ 1,444+ 32,576
Austria 38,658+ 767+ 29,516+
Kenya 37,079+ 650+ 23,949+
Palestine 36,151+ 265+ 24,428+
Paraguay 33,520+ 659+ 18,117+
Ireland 33,121+ 1,792 23,364
Serbia 32,938+ 743+ 31,536+
Lebanon 29,987+ 307+ 12,507+
Libya 28,796+ 450+ 15,384+
El Salvador 27,798+ 812+ 21,782+
Australia 26,912+ 851+ 24,063+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 25,521+ 770+ 18,109+
Denmark 23,323+ 640+ 17,738+
S. Korea 23,045+ 385+ 20,248+
Cameroon 20,598+ 416 19,124
Ivory Coast 19,327+ 120 18,630+
Bulgaria 19,014+ 765+ 13,727+
Hungary 18,866+ 686+ 4,401+
North Macedonia 16,780+ 700+ 13,949+
Madagascar 16,073+ 225+ 14,682+
Greece 15,595+ 344+ 9,989
Croatia 14,992+ 253+ 12,737+
Senegal 14,738+ 302 11,458+
Zambia 14,175+ 331+ 13,629+
Sudan 13,555+ 836 6,760+
Norway 13,005+ 267 10,371
Albania 12,535+ 364+ 6,995+
Tunisia 10,732+ 159+ 2,386
Namibia 10,526+ 113+ 8,112+
DRC 10,519+ 271 9,952+
Guinea 10,344+ 65+ 9,757+
Malaysia 10,276+ 130 9,395+
Maldives 9,770+ 34+ 8,390+
French Guiana 9,712+ 65 9,373+
Tajikistan 9,388+ 73 8,152+
Finland 9,046+ 341+ 7,700
Montenegro 8,842+ 138+ 5,425+
Gabon 8,704+ 54+ 7,875+
Haiti 8,624+ 221 6,482+
Luxembourg 7,916+ 124 6,839+
Zimbabwe 7,683+ 225 5,924+
Mauritania 7,384+ 161 6,977+
Mozambique 6,912+ 44+ 3,738+
Slovakia 6,756+ 39 3,571+
Uganda 6,468+ 63 2,731+
Myanmar 6,151+ 98+ 1,445+
Malawi 5,733+ 179 4,053+
Djibouti 5,404+ 61 5,336+
Eswatini 5,282+ 104 4,647+
Cabo Verde 5,281+ 52+ 4,674+
Jamaica 5,143+ 70+ 1,407+
Cuba 5,141+ 116+ 4,462+
Jordan 5,045+ 32+ 3,527+
Hong Kong 5,039+ 103 4,717+
Congo 5,002+ 89 3,887
Equatorial Guinea 5,002 83 4,509
Nicaragua 4,961 147 2,913
CAR 4,786 62 1,830
Suriname 4,740+ 97 4,525+
Rwanda 4,722+ 27+ 2,973+
Slovenia 4,470+ 142 3,048+
Angola 4,117+ 154+ 1,449+
Trinidad and Tobago 3,930+ 65+ 1,802+
Syria 3,833+ 175+ 963+
Lithuania 3,814+ 87 2,199+
Georgia 3,695+ 20+ 1,534+
Aruba 3,587+ 24+ 2,369+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Gambia 3,526 108 1,992
Thailand 3,506 59 3,342+
Somalia 3,465+ 98 2,877
Guadeloupe 3,426 26 837
Réunion 3,415+ 15 2,482
Bahamas 3,370+ 74 1,689
Sri Lanka 3,299+ 13 3,100+
Mali 3,013 128 2,372
Estonia 2,941+ 64 2,379+
Malta 2,776+ 23+ 2,079+
South Sudan 2,649+ 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Guyana 2,402+ 65+ 1,359+
Iceland 2,377+ 10 2,125+
Guinea-Bissau 2,303 39 1,127
Benin 2,294+ 40 1,954+
Sierra Leone 2,168 72 1,650
Yemen 2,028+ 586 1,235+
Uruguay 1,927+ 46 1,634+
Burkina Faso 1,896+ 56 1,189+
New Zealand 1,815 25 1,728+
Andorra 1,681+ 53 1,199+
Togo 1,669+ 41 1,274+
Belize 1,627+ 21+ 918+
Cyprus 1,603+ 22 1,369+
Latvia 1,526+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,424+ 33 754
Liberia 1,336+ 82 1,218+
French Polynesia 1,271 2 1,028
Niger 1,189+ 69 1,104
Chad 1,153+ 81 967
Martinique 1,122 18 98
Vietnam 1,068 35 947+
Sao Tome and Principe 908 15 880+
San Marino 723 42 669
Turks and Caicos 668 5 572
Channel Islands 652+ 48 575
Sint Maarten 584 20 488
Papua New Guinea 517 7 232
Taiwan 509+ 7 479
Tanzania 509 21 183
Burundi 474+ 1 462+
Comoros 470 7 450
Faeroe Islands 437+ 0 413+
Mauritius 366 10 338
Eritrea 364 0 305
Gibraltar 350 0 323
Isle of Man 340+ 24 312
Saint Martin 330 6 206
Mongolia 312 0 302
Curaçao 282+ 1 102+
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 261+ 0 192+
Cayman Islands 209+ 1 204
Monaco 193+ 1 153+
Barbados 189+ 7 173+
Bermuda 180 9 166
Seychelles 143+ 0 136
Liechtenstein 114+ 1 110+
Antigua and Barbuda 96 3 92
British Virgin Islands 69 1 48
Caribbean Netherlands 36 1 17
Fiji 32 2 26
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Timor-Leste 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
St. Barth 23 0 16
Saint Kitts and Nevis 19+ 0 17
Saint Pierre Miquelon 11 0 5
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 31,458,175 968,374 23,069,198

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
St. Vincent Grenadines 64 0 64
Total: 202 0 202

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
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2020.09.20 14:41 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 20SEP20

Summary As Of: 20SEP20 @ 22:54 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 31,216,782
Deaths 964,723
Recovered 22,811,642
Active Cases 7,440,417
w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Countries 202 2 9
Cases 30,652,203 158 219
Deaths 955,187 4 0
Rcvrd 22,309,152 154 219

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
18SEP 315,101 5,460 7,400,323
19SEP 292,172 5,141 7,438,912
Current 239,211 3,852 7,440,417

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,413,128 34,002 1,158,596
Asia 9,468,071 177,173 7,764,118
Europe 4,435,468 216,183 2,382,423
N America 8,343,567 298,523 5,196,317
Oceania 30,559 885 27,093
S America 7,525,268 237,942 6,282,444

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 7,000,122+ 204,112+ 4,245,807+
India 5,485,612+ 87,909+ 4,392,650+
Brazil 4,544,629+ 136,895+ 3,851,227+
Russia 1,103,399+ 19,418+ 909,357+
Colombia 765,076+ 24,208+ 633,199+
Peru 762,865+ 31,369+ 607,837+
Mexico 694,121+ 73,258+ 496,224+
South Africa 661,211+ 15,953+ 590,071+
Spain 659,334 30,495 N/A
Argentina 631,365+ 13,053+ 488,231+
France 452,763+ 31,285+ 91,574
Chile 446,274+ 12,286+ 419,746+
Iran 422,140+ 24,301+ 359,570+
UK 394,257+ 41,777+ N/A
Bangladesh 348,918+ 4,939+ 256,565+
Saudi Arabia 329,754+ 4,485+ 310,439+
Iraq 319,035+ 8,555+ 253,591+
Pakistan 305,671+ 6,416+ 292,303+
Turkey 302,867+ 7,506+ 267,233+
Italy 298,156+ 35,707+ 218,351+
Philippines 286,743+ 4,984+ 229,865+
Germany 273,477+ 9,470+ 243,500+
Indonesia 244,676+ 9,553+ 177,327+
Israel 187,902+ 1,256+ 134,069+
Ukraine 175,678+ 3,557+ 77,512+
Canada 143,631+ 9,217+ 124,689+
Bolivia 130,470+ 7,586+ 89,032+
Ecuador 126,419+ 11,090+ 102,852+
Qatar 123,376+ 210+ 120,303+
Romania 112,781+ 4,435+ 89,771+
Dominican Republic 108,289+ 2,047+ 81,668+
Kazakhstan 107,262+ 1,671 101,877+
Panama 106,203+ 2,257+ 81,365+
Egypt 102,015+ 5,770+ 89,532+
Morocco 101,743+ 1,830+ 80,732+
Belgium 100,748+ 9,944+ 18,945+
Kuwait 99,434+ 584+ 90,168+
Netherlands 93,778+ 6,279+ N/A
Oman 93,475+ 846+ 85,418+
Sweden 88,237 5,865 N/A
Guatemala 85,444+ 3,119+ 74,859+
China 85,279+ 4,634 80,477+
UAE 84,916+ 404+ 74,273+
Poland 79,240+ 2,293+ 64,302+
Japan 78,657+ 1,500+ 71,030+
Belarus 75,674+ 780+ 73,265+
Honduras 71,143+ 2,166+ 21,810+
Ethiopia 68,820+ 1,096+ 28,314+
Portugal 68,577+ 1,912+ 45,596+
Venezuela 66,656+ 547+ 56,096+
Bahrain 65,039+ 221+ 57,950+
Nepal 64,122+ 411+ 46,233+
Costa Rica 63,712+ 706+ 23,552+
Singapore 57,576+ 27 57,181+
Nigeria 57,242+ 1,098+ 48,569+
Uzbekistan 51,640+ 433+ 47,932+
Algeria 49,826+ 1,672+ 35,047+
Switzerland 49,283 2,045 40,500
Czechia 48,881+ 502+ 24,744+
Armenia 47,431+ 930+ 42,608+
Moldova 46,596+ 1,203+ 34,236+
Ghana 46,004+ 297+ 45,153+
Kyrgyzstan 45,335+ 1,063 41,484+
Azerbaijan 39,188+ 575+ 36,755+
Afghanistan 39,044+ 1,441+ 32,576
Austria 38,095+ 766+ 29,229+
Kenya 36,981+ 648+ 23,887+
Palestine 35,686+ 262+ 23,700+
Paraguay 33,015+ 636+ 17,535+
Ireland 32,933+ 1,792 23,364
Serbia 32,908+ 741+ 31,411
Lebanon 29,303+ 297+ 12,047+
Libya 27,949+ 444+ 15,068+
El Salvador 27,553+ 811+ 21,561+
Australia 26,898+ 849+ 24,062+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 25,428+ 763+ 17,878+
S. Korea 22,975+ 383+ 20,158+
Denmark 22,905+ 638+ 17,514+
Cameroon 20,431+ 416 19,124
Ivory Coast 19,320+ 120 18,460+
Bulgaria 18,863+ 761+ 13,580+
Hungary 17,990+ 683+ 4,391+
North Macedonia 16,735+ 693+ 13,863+
Madagascar 16,053+ 223+ 14,646+
Greece 15,142+ 338+ 9,989+
Croatia 14,922+ 248+ 12,536+
Senegal 14,714+ 302+ 11,260+
Zambia 14,131+ 330+ 13,365+
Sudan 13,535 836 6,759
Norway 12,883+ 267 10,371
Albania 12,385+ 362+ 6,940+
DRC 10,515+ 271+ 9,930+
Namibia 10,377+ 112+ 8,033+
Guinea 10,325+ 64+ 9,692+
Malaysia 10,219+ 130+ 9,355+
Tunisia 9,736+ 155+ 2,386+
Maldives 9,724+ 33 8,261+
French Guiana 9,692+ 65 9,341+
Tajikistan 9,346+ 73 8,108+
Finland 8,980+ 339 7,700
Gabon 8,696 53 7,848
Haiti 8,600 221 6,363
Montenegro 7,898+ 134+ 5,129+
Luxembourg 7,804+ 124 6,703
Zimbabwe 7,672+ 225+ 5,914+
Mauritania 7,365+ 161 6,927+
Mozambique 6,771+ 43+ 3,622+
Slovakia 6,677+ 39 3,548+
Uganda 6,287+ 63+ 2,616+
Malawi 5,731+ 179 4,040+
Myanmar 5,541+ 92+ 1,260+
Djibouti 5,403 61 5,333
Eswatini 5,245+ 104+ 4,571+
Cabo Verde 5,186+ 50 4,581+
Cuba 5,091+ 115+ 4,412+
Hong Kong 5,033+ 103 4,708+
Equatorial Guinea 5,002 83 4,509
Jamaica 4,988+ 67+ 1,350+
Congo 4,986+ 89+ 3,887
Nicaragua 4,961 147 2,913
CAR 4,786 62 1,830
Jordan 4,779+ 30+ 2,844+
Rwanda 4,711+ 26+ 2,961+
Suriname 4,709+ 97+ 4,383+
Slovenia 4,420+ 142+ 3,023+
Angola 3,901+ 147 1,445+
Trinidad and Tobago 3,866+ 64+ 1,753+
Syria 3,800+ 172+ 946+
Lithuania 3,744+ 87 2,198+
Aruba 3,551+ 23 2,239+
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Gambia 3,526+ 108+ 1,992+
Thailand 3,506+ 59+ 3,340+
Georgia 3,502+ 19 1,494+
Somalia 3,442+ 98 2,877+
Guadeloupe 3,426 26 837
Bahamas 3,315+ 74+ 1,689+
Sri Lanka 3,287+ 13 3,088+
Réunion 3,194 15 2,482+
Mali 3,013+ 128 2,372+
Estonia 2,924+ 64 2,377+
Malta 2,731+ 20+ 2,047+
South Sudan 2,642+ 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Iceland 2,346+ 10 2,121+
Guinea-Bissau 2,303+ 39 1,127
Benin 2,280 40 1,950
Guyana 2,168+ 64+ 1,331+
Sierra Leone 2,168+ 72 1,650+
Yemen 2,026+ 586+ 1,227+
Uruguay 1,917+ 46 1,621+
Burkina Faso 1,816+ 56 1,176+
New Zealand 1,815+ 25 1,719+
Togo 1,666+ 41 1,269+
Belize 1,606+ 20+ 876+
Cyprus 1,590+ 22 1,282
Andorra 1,564 53 1,164
Latvia 1,525+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,390+ 33 754+
Liberia 1,335+ 82 1,216+
French Polynesia 1,271+ 2 1,028+
Niger 1,183 69 1,104
Chad 1,151+ 81 967+
Martinique 1,122 18 98
Vietnam 1,068 35 942+
Sao Tome and Principe 908 15 876+
San Marino 723 42 669+
Turks and Caicos 668+ 5 572+
Channel Islands 644 48 575
Sint Maarten 584+ 20+ 488+
Papua New Guinea 517+ 7+ 232
Tanzania 509 21 183
Taiwan 507+ 7 479+
Burundi 473 1 374
Comoros 470 7 450+
Faeroe Islands 434+ 0 412
Mauritius 366 10 338
Eritrea 364 0 305
Gibraltar 350+ 0 323+
Isle of Man 339 24 312
Saint Martin 330 6 206
Mongolia 312+ 0 302
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 259+ 0 190+
Curaçao 247+ 1 88+
Cayman Islands 208 1 204
Monaco 192+ 1 152
Barbados 185 7 172
Bermuda 180+ 9 166+
Seychelles 141 0 136
Liechtenstein 113+ 1 109+
Antigua and Barbuda 96+ 3 92
British Virgin Islands 69 1 48
Caribbean Netherlands 36 1 17
Fiji 32 2 26
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Timor-Leste 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
St. Barth 23 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 11 0 5
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 31,216,782 964,723 22,811,642

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
Saint Kitts and Nevis 17 0 17
Total: 219 0 219

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
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2020.09.19 14:20 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 19SEP20

Summary As Of: 19SEP20 @ 11:57 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 30,734,956
Deaths 957,189
Recovered 22,362,347
Active Cases 7,415,420
Cntry's w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry's 202 2 9
Cases 30,652,203 108 219
Deaths 955,187 4 0
Rcvrd 22,309,152 104 219

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
17SEP 308,206 5,568 237,925
18SEP 315,102 5,465 298,473
Current 48,485 1,454 31,652

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,398,007 33,685 1,145,528
Asia 9,248,069 174,023 7,524,678
Europe 4,369,769 215,761 2,365,382
N America 8,257,371 296,977 5,131,381
Oceania 30,381 879 26,838
S America 7,430,638 235,849 6,167,889
Complete chart in Full Version

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 6,927,786+ 203,185+ 4,192,774+
India 5,312,537+ 85,650+ 4,208,431+
Brazil 4,497,434+ 135,857+ 3,789,139
Russia 1,097,251+ 19,339+ 906,462+
Peru 756,412+ 31,283+ 600,795+
Colombia 750,471 23,850 621,521
Mexico 688,954+ 72,803+ 492,192+
Spain 659,334 30,495 N/A
South Africa 657,627 15,857 586,844
Argentina 613,658+ 12,656+ 467,286
Chile 442,827 12,199 415,981
France 428,696 31,249 91,574
Iran 419,043+ 24,118+ 357,632+
UK 385,936 41,732 N/A
Bangladesh 347,372+ 4,913+ 254,386+
Saudi Arabia 328,720 4,430 308,352
Iraq 311,690 8,408 245,305
Pakistan 305,031+ 6,415+ 292,044+
Turkey 299,810 7,377 264,805
Italy 294,932 35,668 216,807
Philippines 283,460+ 4,930+ 209,885+
Germany 271,244 9,464 243,000+
Indonesia 240,687+ 9,448+ 174,350+
Israel 179,071 1,196 130,024
Ukraine 172,712+ 3,516+ 76,754+
Canada 141,911+ 9,205+ 123,723+
Bolivia 130,051+ 7,550+ 88,457+
Ecuador 124,129+ 11,044+ 97,063
Qatar 123,146+ 209 120,089+
Romania 111,550+ 4,402+ 89,119+
Kazakhstan 107,199+ 1,671 101,822+
Dominican Republic 106,732 2,034 80,179
Panama 104,879+ 2,229+ 79,093+
Egypt 101,772 5,733 87,958
Belgium 99,649+ 9,937+ 18,908+
Kuwait 98,528 580 88,776
Morocco 97,264 1,755 76,690
Oman 91,753 818 84,648
Netherlands 90,047 6,273 N/A
Sweden 88,237 5,865 N/A
China 85,269+ 4,634 80,464+
Guatemala 84,344 3,076 73,748
UAE 84,242+ 404+ 73,512+
Poland 78,330+ 2,282+ 63,861+
Japan 77,494 1,482 69,899
Belarus 75,230 773 73,098
Honduras 70,611+ 2,146+ 21,149+
Ethiopia 67,515 1,072 27,638
Portugal 67,176 1,894 45,053
Venezuela 65,174+ 530+ 54,218+
Bahrain 63,879 220 56,700
Nepal 62,797+ 401+ 45,267+
Costa Rica 62,374 686 23,160
Singapore 57,558+ 27 57,071
Nigeria 56,956 1,094 48,305
Uzbekistan 50,634+ 423+ 46,645+
Algeria 49,413 1,659 34,818
Switzerland 49,283 2,045 40,500
Armenia 47,154+ 928+ 42,551+
Czechia 46,262+ 495+ 23,858+
Ghana 45,857+ 295 45,029+
Moldova 45,648 1,186 33,734
Kyrgyzstan 45,335+ 1,063 41,484+
Afghanistan 38,919+ 1,437 32,576
Azerbaijan 38,894 572 36,424
Austria 37,474+ 765+ 28,961+
Kenya 36,724 646 23,709
Palestine 34,401 250 23,333
Serbia 32,757 739 31,411
Ireland 32,271 1,792 23,364
Paraguay 32,127+ 611+ 16,921+
Lebanon 27,518 281 10,739
El Salvador 27,428+ 808+ 21,247+
Australia 26,885+ 844+ 23,962+
Libya 26,438 418 14,207
Bosnia and Herzegovina 24,897 752 17,365
S. Korea 22,893+ 378+ 19,970+
Denmark 21,847 635 17,110
Cameroon 20,371 416 19,124
Ivory Coast 19,200 120 18,392
Bulgaria 18,733 753 13,510
Hungary 16,920+ 675+ 4,382+
North Macedonia 16,417 683 13,732
Madagascar 16,020+ 219+ 14,630+
Greece 14,738 327 3,804
Croatia 14,725+ 244 12,353+
Senegal 14,688+ 302+ 11,153+
Zambia 14,022 329 13,207
Sudan 13,535 836 6,759
Norway 12,769+ 267 10,371
Albania 12,073 353 6,831
DRC 10,488+ 268 9,891+
Guinea 10,231 63 9,660
Namibia 10,207 108 7,947
Malaysia 10,167+ 130+ 9,315+
French Guiana 9,659 65 9,298
Maldives 9,568 33 8,077
Tajikistan 9,259 73 8,026
Tunisia 9,110+ 138+ 2,366+
Finland 8,922+ 339 7,700
Gabon 8,696 53 7,848
Haiti 8,600 221 6,363
Luxembourg 7,718 124 6,703
Montenegro 7,711+ 133+ 4,997+
Zimbabwe 7,647 224 5,883
Mauritania 7,361 161 6,882
Slovakia 6,546+ 39 3,519+
Mozambique 6,264 40 3,502
Malawi 5,716 179 4,026
Uganda 5,594 61 2,544
Djibouti 5,403 61 5,333
Eswatini 5,215 103 4,478
Cabo Verde 5,141 50 4,548
Hong Kong 5,010+ 103 4,707+
Cuba 5,004 111 4,249
Equatorial Guinea 5,002 83 4,509
Congo 4,980+ 89+ 3,887
Nicaragua 4,961 147 2,913
CAR 4,786 62 1,830
Suriname 4,691+ 96+ 4,280+
Rwanda 4,671 25 2,845
Myanmar 4,621+ 81+ 1,130
Jamaica 4,571+ 55+ 1,264+
Jordan 4,344 29 2,511
Slovenia 4,309+ 141+ 2,981+
Angola 3,848 147 1,443
Syria 3,731 168 918
Lithuania 3,664+ 87 2,197+
Trinidad and Tobago 3,651 60 1,586
Mayotte 3,541 40 2,964
Thailand 3,500+ 59+ 3,338+
Gambia 3,485+ 108+ 1,973+
Aruba 3,460 23 2,128
Guadeloupe 3,426 26 837
Somalia 3,390 98 2,812
Georgia 3,306+ 19 1,481+
Sri Lanka 3,281 13 3,070+
Réunion 3,194 15 1,794
Bahamas 3,177 69 1,626
Mali 2,991 128 2,332
Estonia 2,875+ 64 2,374+
Malta 2,699+ 19+ 2,017+
South Sudan 2,609 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Iceland 2,307+ 10 2,116+
Guinea-Bissau 2,303+ 39 1,127
Benin 2,280 40 1,950
Sierra Leone 2,153 72 1,649
Guyana 2,102 62 1,314
Yemen 2,024 585 1,221
Uruguay 1,890+ 46 1,603+
New Zealand 1,811+ 25 1,719+
Burkina Faso 1,797 56 1,173
Togo 1,640 41 1,251
Belize 1,590+ 20+ 812+
Cyprus 1,565 22 1,282
Andorra 1,564 53 1,164
Latvia 1,515+ 36 1,248
Lesotho 1,390+ 33 754+
Liberia 1,334 82 1,214
Niger 1,183 69 1,104
Chad 1,147 81 966
Martinique 1,122 18 98
French Polynesia 1,111+ 2 873+
Vietnam 1,068 35 942+
Sao Tome and Principe 908 15 873
San Marino 723 42 669+
Turks and Caicos 667+ 5 567+
Channel Islands 644 48 575
Sint Maarten 574+ 20+ 488+
Papua New Guinea 516 6 232
Tanzania 509 21 183
Taiwan 506+ 7 479+
Burundi 473 1 374
Comoros 470 7 449
Faeroe Islands 430 0 412
Mauritius 366 10 338
Eritrea 364 0 305
Gibraltar 350+ 0 322+
Isle of Man 339 24 312
Saint Martin 330 6 206
Mongolia 311 0 302
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 258+ 0 186+
Curaçao 228 1 83
Cayman Islands 208 1 204
Monaco 191 1 152
Barbados 185 7 172
Bermuda 178 9 164
Brunei 145 3 141
Seychelles 141 0 136
Liechtenstein 112 1 108
British Virgin Islands 69 1 48
Caribbean Netherlands 36 1 17
Fiji 32 2 26
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Timor-Leste 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
St. Barth 23 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 11 0 5
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 30,734,956 957,189 22,362,347

Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
Saint Kitts and Nevis 17 0 17
Total: 219 0 219

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
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2020.09.18 10:54 IIWIIM8 Global COVID Cases For 18SEP20

Summary As Of: 18SEP20 @ 23:01 GMT
Countries 213 + 2
Cases 30,652,203
Deaths 955,187
Recovered 22,309,152
Active Cases 7,387,864
Cntry's w/Active cases w/No Active cases w/All cases rcvrd
Cntry's 202 2 9
Cases 30,310,226 108 219
Deaths 949,709 4 0
Rcvrd 22,009,722 104 219

Daily totals of new: cases, deaths & recoveries

Date Cases Deaths Recoveries
16SEP 302,535 6,085 262,909
17SEP 308,206 5,568 237,925
Current 280,846 4,917 277,131

Cases, Deaths, Active by continent

Continent Cases Deaths Active
Africa 1,397,097 33,675 1,145,186
Asia 9,224,264 173,549 7,508,880
Europe 4,352,528 215,498 2,354,283
N America 8,241,564 296,187 5,115,164
Oceania 30,343 872 26,525
S America 7,405,686 235,391 6,158,463
Complete chart in Full Version

Countries with Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Recoveries
USA 6,918,712+ 203,073+ 4,182,772+
India 5,305,475+ 85,625+ 4,205,201+
Brazil 4,495,183+ 135,793+ 3,789,139+
Russia 1,091,186+ 19,195+ 901,207+
Colombia 750,471+ 23,850+ 621,521+
Peru 750,098+ 31,146+ 594,513+
Mexico 684,113+ 72,179+ 488,416+
Spain 659,334+ 30,495+ N/A
South Africa 657,627+ 15,857+ 586,844+
Argentina 601,713+ 12,491+ 467,286+
Chile 442,827+ 12,199+ 415,981+
France 428,696+ 31,249+ 91,574+
Iran 416,198+ 23,952+ 355,505+
UK 385,936+ 41,732+ N/A
Bangladesh 345,805+ 4,881+ 252,335+
Saudi Arabia 328,720+ 4,430+ 308,352+
Iraq 311,690+ 8,408+ 245,305+
Pakistan 304,386+ 6,408+ 291,683+
Turkey 299,810+ 7,377+ 264,805+
Italy 294,932+ 35,668+ 216,807+
Philippines 279,526+ 4,830+ 208,790+
Germany 271,244+ 9,464+ 241,300+
Indonesia 236,519+ 9,336+ 170,774+
Israel 179,071+ 1,196+ 130,024+
Ukraine 169,472+ 3,468+ 75,486+
Canada 141,566+ 9,201+ 123,512+
Bolivia 129,419+ 7,511+ 87,716+
Qatar 122,917+ 209+ 119,822+
Ecuador 122,257 11,029 97,063
Romania 110,217+ 4,360+ 88,235+
Kazakhstan 107,134+ 1,671 101,610+
Dominican Republic 106,732+ 2,034+ 80,179+
Panama 104,138+ 2,213+ 77,881+
Egypt 101,772+ 5,733+ 87,958+
Kuwait 98,528+ 580+ 88,776+
Belgium 97,976+ 9,936+ 18,854+
Morocco 97,264+ 1,755+ 76,690+
Oman 91,753 818 84,648
Netherlands 90,047+ 6,273+ N/A
Sweden 88,237+ 5,865+ N/A
China 85,255+ 4,634 80,456+
Guatemala 84,344+ 3,076+ 73,748+
UAE 83,433+ 403+ 72,790+
Japan 77,494+ 1,482+ 69,899+
Poland 77,328+ 2,270+ 63,312+
Belarus 75,230+ 773+ 73,098+
Honduras 70,120+ 2,122+ 20,677+
Ethiopia 67,515+ 1,072+ 27,638+
Portugal 67,176+ 1,894+ 45,053+
Venezuela 64,284+ 520+ 52,564+
Bahrain 63,879+ 220+ 56,700+
Costa Rica 62,374+ 686+ 23,160+
Nepal 61,593+ 390+ 43,820+
Singapore 57,543+ 27 57,071+
Nigeria 56,956+ 1,094+ 48,305+
Uzbekistan 50,253+ 419+ 46,527+
Algeria 49,413+ 1,659+ 34,818+
Switzerland 49,283+ 2,045+ 40,500+
Armenia 46,910+ 926+ 42,369+
Ghana 45,760+ 295+ 44,973+
Moldova 45,648+ 1,186+ 33,734+
Kyrgyzstan 45,244+ 1,063 41,415+
Czechia 45,228+ 494+ 23,652+
Azerbaijan 38,894+ 572+ 36,424+
Afghanistan 38,883+ 1,437+ 32,576+
Kenya 36,724+ 646+ 23,709+
Austria 36,661+ 763+ 28,451+
Palestine 34,401+ 250+ 23,333+
Serbia 32,757+ 739+ 31,411
Ireland 32,271+ 1,792+ 23,364
Paraguay 31,113+ 584+ 16,313+
Lebanon 27,518+ 281+ 10,739+
El Salvador 27,346+ 804+ 20,825+
Australia 26,861+ 837+ 23,855+
Libya 26,438+ 418+ 14,207+
Bosnia and Herzegovina 24,897+ 752+ 17,365+
S. Korea 22,783+ 377+ 19,771+
Denmark 21,847+ 635 17,110+
Cameroon 20,371+ 416+ 19,124+
Ivory Coast 19,200+ 120 18,392+
Bulgaria 18,733+ 753+ 13,510+
North Macedonia 16,417+ 683+ 13,732+
Hungary 16,111+ 669+ 4,240+
Madagascar 15,971+ 217+ 14,587+
Greece 14,738+ 327+ 3,804
Senegal 14,645+ 301+ 11,051+
Croatia 14,513+ 244+ 12,169+
Zambia 14,022+ 329+ 13,207+
Sudan 13,535 836 6,759
Norway 12,708+ 267+ 10,371
Albania 12,073+ 353+ 6,831+
DRC 10,456+ 268+ 9,863+
Guinea 10,231+ 63 9,660+
Namibia 10,207+ 108 7,947+
Malaysia 10,147+ 129+ 9,264+
French Guiana 9,659+ 65 9,298+
Maldives 9,568+ 33 8,077+
Tajikistan 9,259+ 73 8,026+
Finland 8,858+ 339 7,700
Gabon 8,696+ 53 7,848+
Haiti 8,600+ 221+ 6,363+
Tunisia 8,570 133 2,342
Luxembourg 7,718+ 124 6,703+
Zimbabwe 7,647+ 224 5,883+
Montenegro 7,503+ 129+ 4,892+
Mauritania 7,361+ 161 6,882+
Mozambique 6,264+ 40+ 3,502+
Slovakia 6,256+ 39 3,390+
Malawi 5,716+ 179 4,026+
Uganda 5,594+ 61+ 2,544+
Djibouti 5,403+ 61 5,333
Eswatini 5,215+ 103+ 4,478+
Cabo Verde 5,141+ 50+ 4,548+
Cuba 5,004+ 111+ 4,249+
Equatorial Guinea 5,002 83 4,509
Hong Kong 4,997+ 103+ 4,696+
Nicaragua 4,961 147 2,913
Congo 4,934 88 3,887
CAR 4,786+ 62 1,830
Rwanda 4,671+ 25+ 2,845+
Suriname 4,671+ 95 4,160+
Myanmar 4,467+ 70+ 1,130+
Jamaica 4,374 51 1,225
Jordan 4,344+ 29+ 2,511+
Slovenia 4,195+ 140+ 2,939+
Angola 3,848+ 147+ 1,443+
Syria 3,731+ 168+ 918+
Trinidad and Tobago 3,651+ 60 1,586+
Lithuania 3,565+ 87 2,181+
Mayotte 3,541+ 40 2,964
Thailand 3,497+ 58 3,328+
Gambia 3,473+ 107 1,951+
Aruba 3,460+ 23+ 2,128+
Guadeloupe 3,426 26 837
Somalia 3,390 98 2,812
Sri Lanka 3,281+ 13 3,060+
Réunion 3,194+ 15 1,794
Bahamas 3,177+ 69 1,626+
Georgia 3,119+ 19 1,435+
Mali 2,991+ 128 2,332+
Estonia 2,814+ 64 2,357+
Malta 2,634+ 17+ 1,996+
South Sudan 2,609+ 49 1,290
Botswana 2,567 13 624
Benin 2,280 40 1,950+
Guinea-Bissau 2,275 39 1,127
Iceland 2,230+ 10 2,112+
Sierra Leone 2,153+ 72 1,649+
Guyana 2,102+ 62+ 1,314+
Yemen 2,024+ 585 1,221
Uruguay 1,876+ 46+ 1,582+
New Zealand 1,809 25 1,714+
Burkina Faso 1,797+ 56 1,173+
Togo 1,640+ 41 1,251+
Belize 1,567+ 19 742+
Cyprus 1,565+ 22 1,282
Andorra 1,564+ 53 1,164+
Latvia 1,498+ 36 1,248
Liberia 1,334+ 82 1,214
Lesotho 1,327 33 687
Niger 1,183+ 69 1,104
Chad 1,147+ 81 966+
Martinique 1,122 18 98
French Polynesia 1,099 2 672
Vietnam 1,068+ 35 941+
Sao Tome and Principe 908+ 15 873+
San Marino 723 42 663
Turks and Caicos 663+ 5 565+
Channel Islands 644+ 48 575
Sint Maarten 565+ 19 477
Papua New Guinea 516 6 232
Tanzania 509 21 183
Taiwan 503 7 478
Burundi 473+ 1 374
Comoros 470+ 7 449+
Faeroe Islands 430+ 0 412
Mauritius 366 10 338
Eritrea 364 0 305
Gibraltar 346+ 0 315+
Isle of Man 339 24 312
Saint Martin 330 6 206
Mongolia 311 0 302+
Cambodia 275 0 274
Bhutan 252+ 0 182+
Curaçao 228+ 1 83+
Cayman Islands 208 1 204
Monaco 191+ 1 152+
Barbados 185 7 172+
Bermuda 178 9 164
Brunei 145 3 141
Seychelles 141 0 136
Liechtenstein 112 1 108
British Virgin Islands 69+ 1 48+
Caribbean Netherlands 36+ 1 17
Fiji 32 2 26+
Saint Lucia 27 0 26
Timor-Leste 27 0 26
Dominica 24 0 18
Laos 23 0 22
St. Barth 23 0 16
Saint Pierre Miquelon 11 0 5
Western Sahara 10 1 8
Total: 30,652,203 955,187 22,309,152
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Countries with No Active Cases

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Anguilla 3 0 3
Falkland Islands 13 0 13
Greenland 14 0 14
Grenada 24 0 24
Macao 46 0 46
New Caledonia 26 0 26
Saint Kitts and Nevis 17 0 17
Total: 219 0 219

Countries with All Cases Resolved

Country Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Antigua and Barbuda 95 3 92
Montserrat 13 1 12
Total: 108 4 104

International Conveyances

Intl Cnvy Cases Deaths Rcvrd
Montserrat 13 1 12
Diamond Princess 712 13 651
Total: 725 14 663
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Had 5 kids by 3 women.
Compulsively ate fast food.
Told empirically demonstrable lies on a daily basis.
Fucked a pornstar while his wife was at home pregnant.
Said “grab em by the pussy.”
Had a whore wife whose bare tits I could find right now on google images.
Spoke with Trump’s vocabulary, cadence, or tone.
Tweeted like Trump.
Mocked a disabled reporter.
Said “I’ve said if Ivanka Malia weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”
Said “My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body.”

He never would’ve had a chance in hell at becoming president.

We all know this is true in our hearts. Some of you idiots may pretend to deny this but we all know it’s true.
Now cue the incessant comments about drone strikes or Libya or the patriot act. It doesn’t change the fact that Obama had to be perfect and never could’ve dreamed of doing these things that Republicans accept Trump doing. Republicans’ heads would’ve collectively exploded had Obama done 1/1000th of what Trump has done.
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2020.09.17 20:42 StevenStevens43 The birth of the Antiochus

The birth of the Antiochus
The Dardani:
Throughout the ages in this region, the word "Dan" has prevailed in seemingly many forms and abbreviations.
From the tribes of Dan in Israel, to the Denyans in Egypt, to the Tuatha de Dannan in Ireland, to the Danes in Denmark.
By the 4th Century BC, the Dardani were the strongest group in europe fighting against the Messenaean Greek expansion.
(Regards to the photo beneath.. When one see's a place name that contains two LL's, such as "Illyria", then one might suspect it has some pertinence with the Welsh language).
Dardani
The Dardani were a Paleo-Balkan tribe which lived in a region which was named Dardania) after their settlement there.[1][2]
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Dardania
Celtic invasion:
You see, in this area, there was an "ongoing" power struggle going on between peoples with allegiances to the more Northern territories such as Scandinavia, and North western territories such as Albion/Britain, and those with allegiances more to traditional europeans and Anatolians, such as Greeks.
By the 4th century BC, the power struggle in this region was on scales, going back and forth like a yoyo, and in the 4th Century BC the Celts came down hard, and established a very powerful base, named Dardania.
Dardania
The Kingdom of Dardania was attested since the 4th century BC in ancient sources reporting the wars the Dardanians waged against Macedon. After the Celtic invasion of the Balkans weakened the state of the Macedonians and Paeonians, the political and military role of the Dardanians began to grow in the region
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Illyria
Albania:
Now, Dardani is pretty much synonymous with Albania.
Names
The names Dardania appears to be connected to Albanian dardhë.[13] In 1854, Johann Georg von Hahn was the first to propose that the names Dardanoi and Dardania) were related to the Albanian word dardhë ("pear, pear-tree"),
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The Alba Albanian flag
Greko-Roman:
In fact, the contemporary understanding that Greko-Romans, unlike indigenous Greeks, or Indigenous Italians, are in fact the descendants of multi-culturistic Greek diversity, would mean they are also partially the descendants of peoples from the Balkans, that probably originate from more Baltic lands than Balkan, had to be explained away by the early Roman emperors that were now trying to justify wars against the Dardani.
And they admitted (in not so many words), that they are partially descended from Dardani peoples, but that the Dardani are unevolved partial ancestors, and they do not have the same levels of sophistication as the Greeks, that Greco-Romans are also descended from, thus, they are barbarians.
ancient sources
The rulers of some of the great powers of antiquity, such as Epirus), Macedonia) and Rome, claimed a Trojan ancestry linking themselves to Dardanus), who according to the tradition was the founder of the Trojan ruling house. But if Dardanus and the tribes over which he ruled were descended from the Balkan people, who were considered "barbarians" by the Romans, it would have been an embarrassment. Thus, by Roman times the connection was explained by a movement that occurred in the opposite direction proposing that Dardanus caused the settling of the Dardani west of the Thracians, accepting the version that the Dardani were a people related to the Trojans, but that they had degenerated to a state of "barbarism" in their new settlement).[19]
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Beheaded barbarian
Alexander the Great:
The Dardani would expand their power, conquering the whole of Macedonia, and would almost be united with the Persian Achaemenid empire, when Alexander the Great would come along and reclaim Macedonia.
4th century BC
In 334 BC, under the leadership of Cleitus, the son of Bardylis, the Dardani, in alliance with other Illyrian tribes attacked Macedonia held by Alexander the Great. The Dardani managed to capture some cities but were eventually defeated by Alexander's forces.[21]
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Alexander the Great
Hellenstic empire:
Of course, under Alexanders reign, Macedonia would be at the centre of the worlds biggest empire, and the Achaemenid empire would become collapsed.
Alexander the Great
Alexander endeavoured to reach the "ends of the world and the Great Outer Sea" and invaded India in 326 BC, winning an important victory over the Pauravas at the Battle of the Hydaspes. He eventually turned back at the demand of his homesick troops, dying in Babylon in 323 BC, the city that he planned to establish as his capital, without executing a series of planned campaigns that would have begun with an invasion of Arabia. In the years following his death, a series of civil wars tore his empire apart, resulting in the establishment of several states ruled by the Diadochi, Alexander's surviving generals and heirs.
Pharoah:
Of course, his place in history would be cemented when he removed the Persians from the Egyptian throne, and became crowned Pharoah, in 332 BC, thus founding the foundations for the Ptolemic empire.
Egypt
Alexander advanced on Egypt in later 332 BC, where he was regarded as a liberator.[80] He was pronounced son of the deity Amun at the Oracle of Siwa Oasis in the Libyan desert.[81] Henceforth, Alexander often referred to Zeus-Ammon as his true father, and after his death, currency depicted him adorned with the Horns of Ammon as a symbol of his divinity.[82] During his stay in Egypt, he founded Alexandria-by-Egypt, which would become the prosperous capital of the Ptolemaic Kingdom after his death.[83]
Roman alliances:
From the get go, the Ptolomists were keen to form alliances with their sophisticated cousins, the Romans.
Foreign affairs)
He had much less success in his attempts to negotiate a peace between the Macedonia and the Roman Republic in the First Macedonian War (215-205 BC).[24] Ptolemy made large financial contributions to a number of Greek cities in order to gain their favour. He was responsible for the city walls at Gortyn in Crete[25] Ptolemy was honoured for his benefactions with monuments and cults in his honour at various cities, including Rhodes and Oropus[26][27]
In the west, Ptolemy maintained friendly neutrality with the Roman Republic and Carthage, which were fighting against one another in the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). He received a friendly embassy from the Romans in 210 BC, requesting a gift of grain to help feed the starving populus. It is unknown how Ptolemy responded to this request.[28]
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Ptolomy IV
Assassination of Alexander IV:
However, the war was far from over, and Alexander the Greats 14 year old son would be assassinated before he could rule Egypt, passing the Pharoahship to the Roman-Greco Ptolomy's.
Death of Alexander IV
However, Green thinks that Heracles was killed after Alexander IV's assassination.[8]
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Alexandros IV
Dardanian alliance:
The Dardanian elitists, in true aristocratic fashion, tried to get their foot on the throne another way, by offering to protect the Hellenstic empire against Celtic invasion, by forming allegiances.
Which of course, would result in concessions.
However Ptolomy quite wisely refused, and decided to fight the Celtic armies himself.
1st - 3rd century BC
Celts were present in Dardania in 279 BC.[25] The Dardanian king offered to help the Macedonians with 20,000 soldiers against the Celts, but this was refused by Macedonian king Ptolemy Keraunos.[26]
brennus:
Now, another king that was involved in this invasion beginning around 279 BC, was one of the Brennos brothers.
If you would like to know which one of the brothers it was, and what country he was king of, then simply go to the lobby after reading this article, and read the article "Belinus and Brennius and the sack of rome".
But, Belinas, king of Albany and Cambria, was reported to have committed suicide during this war.
It is likely he did so by jumping off the tower of Apollo.
To find out why it is likely that he jumped off the tower of apollo, simply see other articles in lobby.
Brennus
Another Brennus) was one of the leaders of the army of Gauls who attempted to invade and settle in the Greek mainland in 278 BC. After a looting spree and after managing to pass Thermopylae by encircling the Greek army and forcing it to retreat he made his way to the rich treasury at Delphi but he was defeated by the re-assembled Greek army. Brennus was heavily injured at the battle of Delphi and committed suicide there.
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Tower of Apollo
Belgae:
Now, it is very likely that one of the main armies of the Brennos, during their sack of Rome, and conquest of Macedonia, prior to attempting to conquer Athens, were the Belgae.
In fact, Brennius and Belinus where likely one of the Belgae themselves, as "Belgae" was just part of a wider branch of Gaelic speaking Gauls that spread from Britain, Ireland and throughout mainland europe.
The differences between Belgae, and other Gauls, would be simple dialectics, with one another still able to speak to eachother, even if in a totally different accent, or, with slightly different spellings and pronounications.
Beli and Belinus
The consensus among linguists is that the ethnic name Belgae comes from the Proto-Celtic root \belg-* or \bolg-* meaning "to swell (particularly with angebattle fury/etc.)", cognate with the Dutch adjective gebelgd "very angry" (weak perfect participle of the verb belgen "to become angry") and verbolgen "being angry" (strong perfect participle of obsolete verbelgen "to make angry"), as well as the Old English verb belgan, "to be angry" (from Proto-Germanic \balgiz), derived ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European root *\bhelgh-* ("to swell, bulge, billow"). Thus, a Proto-Celtic ethnic name \Bolgoi* could be interpreted as "the people who swell (particularly with angebattle fury)".[3]
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Belgia
Julius Caesar:
Now, a lot of confusion and damage was caused by the politics of Julius Caesar, who decided to draw lines between Gallic countries, and insist they are seperate peoples.
His historical understanding is not actually shared by today's contemporary scholar and historian, and was not even shared amongst his own Greco allies, that thought there was an extremely small difference between Gauls, and Germanics, and tribes from other gaelic speaking parts of Gaul.
Strabos obviously did not share Caesars political reasoning.
Origins of Belgae
.[8] Ancient sources such as Caesar are not always clear about the things used to define ethnicity today. While Caesar or his sources described the Belgae as distinctly different from the Gauls, Strabo stated that the differences between the Celts (Gauls) and Belgae, in countenance, language, politics, and way of life was a small one, unlike the difference between the Aquitanians and Celts.[9] The fact that the Belgae were living in Gaul means that in one sense they were Gauls. This may be Caesar's meaning when he says "The Belgae have the same method of attacking a fortress as the rest of the Gauls".[10]
Belgae in Britain:
Now, most of the most southern regions of Albion/Briton, were inhabited by Belgae.
The Belgae are even said to be the same peoples as the Irish Fir-Bolg.
Which is hardly surprising, as they spoke the same language as Irish people.
The name belgium, comes from the Belgae.
Belgae
Some peoples in Britain were also called Belgae and O'Rahilly equated them with the Fir Bolg in Ireland. The Belgae gave their name to the Roman province of Gallia Belgica and, much later, to the modern country of Belgium; today "Belgae" is also Latin for "Belgians".
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British Belgae
The birth of the Antiochus:
Now, Ptolomy was doing very well in Egypt, until the rise of Antiochus III's selecud empire invaded and conquered Alexander the greats old lands, including macedonia, and re-established the Iranian/Aryan persian titles.
It is likely that the attacks from Belinus & the Belgae had a "huge" role to play in this success.
Antiochus III
Antiochus III the Great /ænˈtaɪəkəs/ (Greek: Ἀντίoχoς Μέγας; c. 241 – 3 July 187 BC, ruled April/June 222 – 3 July 187 BC)[1] was a Macedonian Hellenistic king and the 6th ruler of the Seleucid Empire.[2][3][4] He ruled over the region of Syria and large parts of the rest of western Asia towards the end of the 3rd century BC. Rising to the throne at the age of eighteen in 222 BC, his early campaigns against the Ptolemaic Kingdom were unsuccessful, but in the following years Antiochus gained several military victories and substantially expanded the empire's territory. His traditional designation, the Great, reflects an epithet he assumed. He also assumed the title Basileus Megas (Greek for "Great King"), the traditional title of the Persian kings. A militarily active ruler, Antiochus restored much of the territory of the Seleucid Empire,
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Antiochus III
Anti-Roman freedom fighter:
Now, Antichus III "is not" Greek in the slightest.
He is a blond haired blue eyed boy.
He has conquered Greece from the Greco-Romans.
So, in that sense, yes, he is Greek.
But he announces himself to the world as a freedom fighter fighting against the growing Roman empire.
His invasion of Greece is of course, a huge blow to the Greco-Roman Hellenstic world.
Antiochus III
Declaring himself the "champion of Greek freedom against Roman domination", Antiochus III waged a four-year war against the Roman Republic beginning in mainland Greece in the autumn of 192 BC[5][6]
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Seleucid expansion
Roman alliance:
Now, just as Antiochus was about to walk in to Egypt and hand Ptolomy his p45, the Romans decided to ally themselves with Ptolomy after-all, and they came to the rescue.
War against Rome and death
In 192 BC Antiochus invaded Greece with a 10,000-man army, and was elected the commander in chief of the Aetolian League.[19] In 191 BC, however, the Romans under Manius Acilius Glabrio) routed him at Thermopylae), forcing him to withdraw to Asia Minor. The Romans followed up their success by invading Anatolia, and the decisive victory of Scipio Asiaticus at Magnesia ad Sipylum (190 BC), following the defeat of Hannibal at sea off Side, delivered Asia Minor into their hands.[13]
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Alban hills
Alban hills:
Now, the early Octavians, from house of Octavius, which was the house Julius Caesar was from, sided with Ptolomy, despite the fact that they themselves are partially descended from Gauls from the Alban hills dating back to Alba longa.
Instead of admit this, they choose to insist that Alba longa is a myth and legend, and instead their real ancestors are the Gods.
Octavia Gens origin
The Octavii originally came from the Volscian town of Velitrae, in the Alban Hills. The historian Suetonius writes,
Towards the end of the Republic, it became fashionable for noble families to trace their origin to the gods and heroes of olden time,
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Gaius Octavius
Antiochus:
Now, Ptolomy V is actually related to Antiochus III, through Antiochuses patriarch grandfather, Antiochus, who was the brother of the Ptolomy patriarch, ptolomy.
Antiochus)
Antiochus (Greek: Ἀντίοχος; fl. 4th century BC) was a Macedonian) man who lived during the time of Philip II of Macedon (ruled 359-336 BC). He originally came from Orestis), Macedonia.
Antiochus served as an officer under Philip II, and gained distinction as a military general. Antiochus was from an upper noble family. His father was probably called Seleucus, his brother was called Ptolemy)
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Julius Caesar
Beli mawr:
Therefore, when Beli mawr claims to be related to the mother of Jesus, it is actually not impossible that a person with an Anti-Roman agenda, could in fact be a Belgian.
As the Antiochuses are a North western branch of a family which inter-bred with Messenaeans and fathered some of the most well known emperors of our time, including Egyptian emperors, and Roman emperors, who they later grew to despise.
Beli mawr
Beli Mawr ("Beli the Great") was an ancestor figure in Middle Welsh literature and genealogies. He is the father of Cassivellaunus, Arianrhod, Lludd Llaw Eraint, Llefelys, and Afallach. In certain medieval genealogies he is listed as the son or husband of Anna, cousin of Mary, mother of Jesus.
Cleopatra 1:
And Cleopatra I was likely a Belgae also.
And she was the daughter of Antiochus III that married Ptolomy V after her fathers death.
Cleopatra I
Cleopatra I Syra (Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Σύρα; c. 204 – 176 BC) was a princess of the Seleucid Empire, Queen of Ptolemaic Egypt by marriage to Ptolemy V of Egypt, and regent of Egypt during the minority of their son, Ptolemy VI, from her husband’s death in 180 BC until her own death in 176 BC.
And she was the daughter of Antiochus III that married Ptolomy V after her fathers death.
Life
Cleopatra I was the daughter of Antiochus III the Great, King of the Seleucid Empire, and Queen Laodice III.

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