Dear readers, I’m finding it hard to write at the moment.
I will pick it back up when God gives me koach again, but in the meantime, here are a few things that I recommend you read yourselves, because going forward they are describing things that will become more and more obvious, as this process grinds painfully on towards geula.
#1: Read up about the Enabling Act, pushed through the Reichstag by Hitler, in 1933:
The Enabling Act allowed the Reich government to issue laws without the consent of Germany’s parliament, laying the foundation for the complete Nazification of German society. The law was passed on March 23, 1933, and published the following day.
#2: Read this excellent article about what was really going down in Beirut Port last week:
That is who is ‘fighting’ one corner of the battle to get their hands on as many of the earth’s natural resources and real estate as possible.
There is at least one other corner.
That corner contains European monarchies, MI6, the Vatican, and possibly, Qatar and China.
Or, Qatar and China may be doing their own thing and kind of trying to play both sides off against the middle.
I don’t know yet.
This ‘corner’ is aligned to what we would think of as the ‘left’ in Israel, but of course really all these labels are pointless.
All our politicians are puppets, self-aggrandisers (at best…) who want big salaries and big reputations.
Where Russia fits into all this, I don’t know.
Where Iran and North Korea fits into all this, I also don’t know.
But I have a feeling it’s going to start falling into place soon.
Ah, two more pieces of pertinent info:
Shortly before the civil war in Syria began, Assad said ‘no’ to the USA’s idea of running an oil pipeline through it’s territory, from Saudi Arabia.
Also, Israel was pressured by the USA to halt the Chinese building their new ‘super-port’ in Haifa, which was meant to be open in 2021. It’s very hard to find any information online about what is now happening with that ‘super-port’.
This is the best article out there, so far, but it doesn’t mention that the US stopped the project with all their pressure:
But of course, with Beirut’s port now totally demolished, that makes Haifa even more important.
Especially if there is a new oil pipeline in the offing, to move petroleum down via Syria.
This is former US General Wesley Clark, laying out – in just 2 minutes – how the US State Department wrote a memo detailing how they were going to ‘overthrow’ the following governments in the Middle East, immediately after 9/11:
“This is a memo that describes how we’re going to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and, finishing off, Iran.”
(Shmirat eynayim friendly)
Clark’s most telling comment comes at the end, when he explains how if there was no petroleum in the Middle East, no-one would be ‘intervening’ here….
So now you tell me, what came first: civil unrest, balkanisation and war fomented by petroleum-hungry Europeans and Americans, looking for a way to keep control over the black stuff, or Saddam Hussein and Ayatalloh Khomenei?
That is the question.
So weird, that this ‘smoking gun’ speech – where Israel’s Ambassador to the UN clearly identifies Beirut Port as the ‘Port of Hezbollah’, barely a week before it was totally smoked, seems to be almost uniformly ‘whitewashed’ out of the coverage of what happened in Lebanon.
Here’s the link, and here’s a little of what the Israeli Ambassador Danny Danon said – get it quick, before it’s scrubbed:
“Israel’s U.N. ambassador, Danny Danon, said in a speech on Tuesday that in 2018 and 2019, “Israel found that Iran and the Quds Force have begun to advance the exploitation of the civilian maritime channels, and specifically the Port of Beirut.
“The Port of Beirut is now the Port of Hezbollah,” Danon told the 15-member Security Council. Israel sees Hezbollah, against which it fought a month-long war in 2006, as the biggest threat on its borders.
Lebanese U.N. Ambassador Amal Mudallali said the Lebanese saw such accusations as “direct threats on their peace and civilian infrastructure.” Hezbollah is part of Lebanon’s coalition government.
“If he is using them to prepare the ground and the international community for an attack on Lebanon’s civilian ports and airport and its infrastructure — as they did in 2006 — this council should not stay silent,” she said.”