December 13, 2005

News for December 13, 2005

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The Roots of Evil in Jerusalem (November 9, 2005) - This report will shock and upset some; it is one I have put off for over 4 years. After struggling with it I have decided now is the time to write it. Knowing it could be misunderstood as anti-Semitic. God forbid that I a Jew should ever say or do anything that would be remotely considered as such, but I must admit this report does not come easy for me. The fact still remains that an evil force has been put into place in Jerusalem and has spread throughout Israel, in preparations for the end time and the seat of the anti-Christ. For if we are to believe that the anti-Christ is to have his seat on the Temple Mount, then we must come to grips with some truths not being preached today. One such truth is the foundation for such a move of the Devil must be underway even as we speak if this is to happen. Or we simply are not in the end days. This report will prove that such a move is underway and has been for quiet some time. It will be accepted by some and rejected by others, but that is the way it goes. In this report I will use many pictures showing the establishment of the Illuminati and establish proof that there has been a diabolical plot by those we refer to as the New World Order. Showing the architectural design of the New Israeli Supreme Court Building designed and paid for by the Rothchilds reflex the presence of Free Masonry and the Illuminati. I took all but one of the pictures you are about to see so I can assure that what you are seeing is real and in place.

The same families who own and control the Federal Reserve and other major financial institutions have their eyes set on the Temple Mount , and the Holy City of Jerusalem. Just as Scriptures say, the man who will be revealed as the anti-Christ will sit in that place, before the appearance of the Jewish Messiah Yeshua HaMashiach, and many will receive him as their messiah. Just actually how that will come about remains to be seen, but one thing I am convinced of is that Holy men of God will not be the ones to rebuild the Temple, it will be the Illuminati. For God would not send men to that place to perform blood sacrifices. His Son’s blood was the perfect sacrifice; there is no need to shed the blood of dumb animals any longer. Yeshua did a perfect work, and it was finished. But He will return and take control of the New Temple that I feel will be built soon. But before He will return this world will have to get in such bad shape that the anti-Christ can be accepted by most as the savior who can bring peace and order to the world. But then you know the rest of that story so lets go on.

For those who may think this article is anti-Semitic I ask you to read an article on (Synagogue of Satan) for there are those who call themselves Jews but who are of the house of Satan. And many have found their way into the Israeli Knesset. more...


EU won’t publish East Jerusalem report (December 13, 2005) - The European Union on Monday chose not to endorse or publish a draft report highly critical of Israel’s activity in east Jerusalem, particularly of the security barrier and “illegal settlement” activity. Israeli officials welcomed the decision of the EU’s 25 foreign ministers, who considered whether to accept the report at a meeting of the General Affairs and External Relations Council of EU foreign ministers in Brussels. Israeli diplomats objected to the report, calling its language “very unpleasant” and suggesting its formal adoption could threaten relations between Israel and the EU. In his official statement on the decision on the report, UK Foreign Minister Jack Straw referred to the “changed circumstances in Israel and the Occupied Territories, “adding that the EU would “continue to make strong representations to the government of Israel about the matter in the normal way.” Straw, who chaired the council meeting because the UK holds the EU’s rotating presidency, also said publishing the report now was inappropriate because the EU does not want “to get embroiled in domestic [Israeli] politics in the run-up to elections.” Privately, EU diplomats gave the additional reason that now was not the time to cause problems with Israel, since its recent evacuation from the Gaza Strip was seen as having improved prospects for peace with the Palestinians. Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev described the move not to adopt the report as “the right decision.” more...


Islamists call for elimination of Christians (December 13, 2005) - Militant Islamists in Pakistan have called for the elimination of Christians and the public hanging of a Christian accused of blasphemy. According to a news release from human rights organization Christian Solidarity Worldwide, or CSW, about 3,000 Muslims gathered for Friday prayers at the Jamia Mosque in Sangla Hill on Dec. 2. It was at that location three weeks earlier that three churches, a school, a convent and Christian homes were attacked in Pakistan’s worst outbreak of anti-Christian violence since 2002. CSW reported that Islamic leaders using loudspeakers urged Muslims to rise up and eliminate Christians. They also passed a resolution demanding that Yousaf Masih, a Christian accused of desecrating the Quran, be publicly hanged. According to CSW, a Dec. 2 report by the Catholic Church's National Commission for Justice and Peace stated that the speakers also demanded the unconditional release of the 88 Muslims who have been detained by the Pakistani authorities and accused of carrying out the Nov.12 attack on Sangla Hill, about 140 miles south of Islamabad. CSW reports that on Dec. 9, more than 2,500 Muslims again gathered at Friday prayers to repeat their demands for violence and the release of the 88 accused of attacking Christians and their property. On Dec. 4, CSW reported, the National Commission for Justice and Peace organized a National Consultation meeting on “Ending Religious Intolerance.” The conference in Lahore brought together religious and civil society leaders from around the country, including representatives of the All Pakistan Minorities Alliance, the Christian Study Centre, the Commission for Peace and Human Development and the Centre of Legal Assistance and Settlement. more...


Two Powerful Earthquakes Strike Near Fiji (December 13, 2005) - The first quake, with a magnitude of 6.3, occurred at 3:16 p.m. about 150 miles northeast of Vanua Levu, the main tourist spot in Fiji’s chain of islands, at a depth of 18 miles, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Seconds later, a magnitude 6.8 aftershock struck nearby, about 470 miles west of Apia, the capital of neighboring Samoa, the survey said. The second quake was much deeper, at 102 miles beneath the ocean floor. The Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued a bulletin that said there was no Pacific-wide threat of a destructive tsunami but that quakes of the size measured Tuesday could cause damaging local tsunamis. Nilesh Kumar, technical officer at Fiji’s Mineral Resources Department, said there had been no reports of any tsunami, and no reports from anywhere in Fiji of shakes being felt.


Officials Puzzled by Oklahoma Gas Geysers (December 13, 2005) - An outbreak of geysers spewing mud and gas into the air in rural Kingfisher County is puzzling state and local officials. Kingfisher Fire Chief John Crawford says initial reports of the geysers came in Friday morning, and that firefighters and Oklahoma Corporation Commission officials were on the scene yesterday. The geysers have appeared throughout the countryside of rural Kingfisher, with stretches of up to 12 miles between spots, and some as short as a quarter of a mile. Crawford says the threat of the gas igniting is unlikely, but he says there is a concern the gas could begin coming up through water-well lines. He says sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to inform residents of the possibility of gas coming through wells and water systems.


Islamic Extremists: Iraqi Vote ‘Satanic’ (December 13, 2005) - The early voting went ahead despite the sound of detonations rumbling across the capital and at least 15 deaths in ongoing violence. President Bush offered encouraging words from Washington to Iraqi voters but cautioned that the parliamentary elections “won’t be perfect.” “Iraqis still have more difficult work ahead, and our coalition and a new Iraqi government will face many challenges,” the president said in a speech in Philadelphia. Asked about the number of Iraqi casualties from the war and the insurgency, Bush said: “I would say 30,000, more or less, have died as a result of the initial incursion and the ongoing violence against Iraqis.” White House counselor Dan Bartlett later said the number was not an official figure but that Bush was simply repeating public estimates reported in the media. In a rare joint statement, Al-Qaida in Iraq and four other Islamic extremist groups denounced the election as a “satanic project” and said that “to engage in the so-called political process” violates “the legitimate policy approved by God.” The groups vowed to “continue our jihad (holy war) ... to establish an Islamic state ruled by the book (the Quran) and the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad.” However, the statement contained no clear threat to disrupt voting as in the run-up to the Jan. 30 election and the Oct. 15 referendum on the constitution. The authenticity of the statement could not be verified, but it appeared on a Web site that often publishes extremist material. The absence of a clear-cut threat could reflect the growing interest among Sunni Arabs, the foundation of the insurgency, to take part in the election. The Sunni decision to boycott the January ballot left parliament in the hands of Shiites and Kurds — a move which increased communal friction and cost the Sunnis considerable influence in drafting the constitution. more...


Powerful 6.5 Earthquake Rocks Papua New Guinea (December 12, 2005) - A powerful earthquake shook Papua New Guinea early Monday, but there were no reports of damage or injuries, a disaster official in the country said. The quake had an initial magnitude of 6.5 and struck at 12:20 a.m. local time in the New Britain region of Papua New Guinea, the U.S. Geological Survey said. It was estimated to have been at a depth of six miles, it said. The region is 395 miles northeast of Papua New Guinea’s capital, Port Moresby, and 1,440 miles north of Brisbane, Australia. There were no immediate reports of damage or a tsunami, said Martin Mose, assistant director for community and government liaison at Papua New Guinea’s National Disaster Management Office. On Thursday, a magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit the northern coast of Papua New Guinea, but there were no reported injuries.


Palestinian Authority Claims Western Wall is Moslem Property (December 12, 2005) - The Palestinian Authority’s official website, echoing the claims of its religious affairs office, also attempts to negate Jewish ownership of the Western Wall. The PA office claims Moslem ownership of the Western Wall by referring to the wall on its website as the Al-Boraq Wall. According to Moselm legend, the wall is the place where Mohammed parked his horse, named Boraq, before ascending to heaven. Moslem tradition holds that Mohammed rose to heaven from the Temple Mount, though that idea is not mentioned anywhere in the Koran, the central text of the Moslem faith. Rabbi Chaim Richman, Director of the International Department of the of the Temple Institue in Jerusalem, said that the PA’s claims of Moslem ownership of the Western Wall has “far reaching implications” for Israel. Richman said that the PA’s denial of the Jewish Temple's existence “is part of a campaign to totally eradicate, erase, and destroy all Jewish connection to the Temple Mount, Jerusalem, and the land of Israel.” more...


Hand Of A Giant? (December 13, 2005) - X-ray of a six-fingered hand. There wasn’t any detail to the story of the hand though. I just thought it was interesting to see how a six-fingered hand actually works in regards to bone-structure. I also recognize the Biblical point about six fingers. (1 Chronicles 20:5-7) I heard that according to native American tradition, the raising of the hand in the traditional “how” sign was actually to make sure the unknown person didn’t have six fingers. At any rate, it’s pretty odd and not very common. It’s weird how a hand could grow with six fingers like that.


Australian Unrest Spreads to Other Cities (December 13, 2005) - The racial unrest that broke out in Sydney's beachside suburbs over the weekend has spread to two other large Australian cities, where people of Middle Eastern descent were assaulted by whites, police said Tuesday. In New South Wales, where Sydney is located, lawmakers scheduled an emergency session of the state Parliament to consider legislation cracking down on the rioters who rampaged through the city’s suburbs for two straight nights, the region’s premier said. Seven people were injured and 11 arrested after youths rioted in the suburbs Monday night, smashing the windows of stores, homes and parked cars. The youths appeared to be of Middle Eastern descent, leading police to believe the destruction was in response to racially fueled attacks on a Sydney beach a day earlier. more...


Earthquake Shakes Afghan-Pakistani Border (December 13, 2005) - A strong earthquake struck remote northeastern Afghanistan and shook neighboring Pakistan, the scene of a devastating quake two months ago. Hours after the quake, officials were trying contact isolated communities to determine whether it caused damage or injuries. The U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude 6.7 quake was centered in the remote Hindu Kush region of northeastern Afghanistan. It struck shortly before 2:30 a.m. in Afghanistan. The quake — centered about 65 miles southeast of Faizabad in the Hindu Kush mountains — was felt more than 200 miles away in Islamabad, Pakistan, and in Kabul, where the shaking lasted several seconds and people rushed into the streets. more...


Putin Calls Russia Defender of Islamic World (December 13, 2005) - Russia is the most reliable partner of the Islamic world and most faithful defender of its interests, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Chechnya’s capital Grozny. Putin unexpectedly visited the war-ravaged republic to speak in the local parliament that opened for its first sitting on Monday. “Russia has always been the most faithful, reliable and consistent defender of the interests of the Islamic world. Russia has always been the best and most reliable partner and ally. By destroying Russia, these people (terrorists) destroy one of the main pillars of the Islamic world in the struggle for rights (of Islamic states) in the international arena, the struggle for their legitimate rights,” Putin was quoted by Itar —Tass as saying, drawing applause from Chechen parliamentarians. “Those who are trying to defend these false (extremist) ideals, those who are used as cannon fodder, who plant a mine for ten dollars or shoot with automatic weapons either do not know or have forgotten this,” the president said. “Those who organize such activity certainly do this deliberately, understanding what goals they want to achieve,” Putin went on to say. The leaders of the main Islamic states understand this, he added. “For this reason their representatives were present at the general voting in the referendum on the Constitution of the Chechen Republic, they were at the presidential elections; both the Organization of Islamic Conference and the League of Arab States, our colleagues and friends were present at the elections to the parliament.” more...