Tell the Global Banksters to go to Hell.
I now have over 800 posts to this news blog. I wish to thank all my viewers for stopping by so often. This blog is kind of a ministry for me. Telling it like it is and battling the forces that seek to destroy the human race. With that in mind, here is a link to a powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
Preparations for a Hit against Iran: Stopping Israel's Next War ~ link ~ When the war against Iran begins it will be a General Middle East War with WMD on both sides from Day One and it will become WWIII/Armageddon.
Bibi Netanyahu to seek advanced weapons from Obama for war on Iran ~ link ~ Dear old Bibi, the man most likely to start World War III.
Arutz Sheva: "Obama Punished Israel by Diverting Anti-Iran Bunker Bombs ~ link ~What a load of rubbish! The US Dept. of Defense put out its contract requirements for the shipping of the bunker buster bombs back in January....well before the "latest diplomatic clash". This is an example of how Israel spins reality into lies.
The United States has diverted 387 bombs to an island in the Indian Ocean following the latest diplomatic clash between Israel and the United States over the proposed Ramat Shlomo hosing project in Jerusalem, according to several news sources.
President Obama's "punishment" for Israel’s continuing to plan building projects indicates he intends to go full-speed ahead with his and his advisors’ strategy that solving the decades-old Arab-Israeli struggle is the key to stability in the entire Middle East. So far, the only concessions he demands are from Israel.'Spring of Discontent' strikes blow to PM Gordon Brown's re-election hopes ~ link ~ HUNDREDS of thousands of air and train passengers face travel misery, after moves to prevent a three-day strike by British Airways cabin crew collapsed and rail signal workers voted to take action over jobs.
A BA strike began at midnight following the collapse of last-ditch talks, hours after the signallers announced they had voted in favour of the first national train strike in 16 years.
The Conservatives described the acrimonious twin disputes as threatening a "spring of discontent" that could scupper the Labour government's re-election hopes.
What if Gordon Brown won? ~ link ~ Not bloody likely!
UK polls point to a 'hung Parliament' ~ link ~ An ICM survey for the News of the World put the Conservatives on 38 percent, six points ahead of Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Labour party, which is on 32 percent. The third, centrist Liberal Democrats were on 19 percent support.
Meanwhile a YouGov poll for the Sunday Times put the Conservatives on 38 percent and Labour on 31 percent, with the Lib Dems again on 19 percent.
Both results would likely lead to a hung parliament, where neither party has an overall parliamentary majority. Voters are expected to go to the polls on May 6.Russian Navy says it needs 50 nuclear subs to counter US/UK/French fleets ~ link ~ There is no need for making modern Russia into an enemy, or for that matter continuing NATO. The massive waste of money on arms serves Satan and his agents the global banking cartel (who make money on "loaning" the money for "defense" spending to all the nations involved).
Greece 'One Step Away' from being unable to borrow ~ link ~ Greece is one step away from being unable to borrow on international markets, the country's Prime Minister George Papandreou has warned.
Anger and disappointment in Ireland as Pope's letter fails to heal ~ link ~ Frankly we have had years of bullshit from the Church on its failure to end the sex abuse of children by perverts in the priesthood. The faithful are tired of more 'words' from Rome. Ending celibacy and flushing out the perverts would work, but more "we're so sorry" letters won't work anymore.
Eithne MacDaeid, 53, from Bettystown, County Meath, is a regular mass-goer and member of a prayer group. She said she was outraged by the Pope's remarks, particularly his suggestion that the problem arose from the secularisation of Irish society. "He seems to think he can blame the Irish people for this. It's nothing to do with our lack of faith. This is a problem for the church across the world," she said.
Colm O'Gorman, 43, who was abused as a teenager by a priest in his home diocese of Ferns, found some small comfort in the words of the Pope. The language is more accessible compared to what was used previously, he says. "Certainly the apology is fulsome," he added.
But the Pope's recommendations were "laughable", he said. "He wants us all to go back to Church and pray. I'm not disputing the power of prayer but he doesn't seem to get the reality of this - the countless suicides and the devastation of the faith, and not just among the victims."Jazz: 'Take Five' with Al Jarreau and Kurt Elling - video ~ link