Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Fit the facts around the prophesy

It's armageddon week on the History Channel. Isn't that exciting? I decided to watch some last night. First I was treated to a show about the bible codes. The next show was about biblical prophesy and whether or not we are in the end times.

As I'm watching the second show (which I did not finish watching), the narrator asks a question that went something like this: Are all these disasters (floods, pandemics, wars, suffering, etc.) the work of God or are they simply natural events?

A or B people. Pick one. Because the History Channel is suggesting that either our problems are God's fault, or they are just unfortunate events that happen to happen, you know, by chance. So if armageddon is really coming, and the four horsemen and all that jazz, just you make sure you direct your anger at God or mother nature. It doesn't matter. Both ways leave you utterly helpless. There's nothing you can do, see?

Just ask yourself, did God or mother nature create nuclear weapons, biological weapons, chemical weapons, all manner of guns and fighting machines, fiat money, debt, drugs, poisons, etc.? No. People made these things in their laboratories and boardrooms. And what about the secret weapons that mimic mother nature? Hmm? Scalar technologies that can disrupt weather, cause earthquakes, droughts, floods, hurricanes, etc. How convenient is that? Just shake your fist at mother nature kids. And what about things like anthrax and bird flu? Did mother nature tweak those things to make them extra lethal, or did people do that secretly in labs? And what about all the life-saving technologies that we never ever hear about? Cures for cancer? Water purification? Clean energy? Do you really think that scientists have only discovered bad things, or have they also discovered many wonderful things that have been locked up to be unveiled only after a great shakedown?

Armageddon is being brought on by people. Powerful and greedy people, who enjoy making others suffer, who enjoy raking in lots and lots of cash for themselves, who use things like the bible codes to arrange their plans.
Is it Good for the Jews? Bill Keller, NY Times, 3/8/03

Two weeks ago, a group of senior intelligence officials in the Defense Department sat for an hour listening to a briefing by a writer who claims " I am not making this up " that messages encoded in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament provide clues to the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden. One of the officials told me that they had agreed to meet the writer, Michael Drosnin, author of a Nostradamus-style best seller, without understanding that he was promoting Biblical prophecy. Still, rather than shoo him away, they listened politely as he consumed several man-hours of valuable intelligence-crunching time. Apparently he has given similar briefings to top officials of Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency.
Now think about this. These people knew that Osama bin Laden, aka Tim Osman, their intelligence asset, was long dead. So what would they do with this bible code stuff but arrange their psyops, find out what it says in the bible codes and then make sure to "fit the facts" around the prophesy/policy? I mean, do the bible codes tell us who really killed JFK or anyone else, or do they just parrot back the CIA/Mossad psyops answers like Lee Harvey Oswald? God, c'mon. Throw us a frikkin bone. (Does God work for the CIA -- or it's probably Mossad, huh, since God sticks with his peeps.)

These greedy evil bastards are bringing about the armageddon prophesies with their secret weapons and their not so secret weapons. They are creating hell on earth under the cover of the bible. Don't blame God or mother nature. No matter what the tragedy or "natural" disaster, look for the hidden hand of evil men, and that is who you can blame probably nine times out of ten.

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