Thursday, March 31, 2016

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



  Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

Holy Shroud of Turin

  Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link
ORTHODOX CHERUBIM HYMN - video  ~ link  
AVE MARIA by Perry Como - video ~ link 
Pray for Peace

On the Road to the Third World War

Armageddon also means that the Second Coming of Christ is near


Nutrimedical Report ~ link



Dr. Bill Deagle, Chris Harris and Lord Stirling (Tim Alexander) on today's Nutrimedical Report Show ~ link ~ Click on March 31, Hour 3 

Obama plotting to stall Hillary's prosecution ~ link

The FBI investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server scandal appears to be wrapping up, and a report this week from the Los Angeles Times claimed Clinton and her closest aides could soon be brought in for questioning.

But if President Obama has his way, the process may not get any further than that — at least not until after the 2016 election.

Odds of a GOP "Brokered Convention" grow ~ link

Amid campaign-manager-assault-gate and the abortion fiasco, Donald Trump appears to be facing his own Waterloo. Polls show Cruz up by 10 points in Wisconsin and that has sent the odds of a brokered convention soaring to almost 70% and pushed Trump's odds of gaining the nomination down to 50%.

The Battle to Keep the Establishment in Power ~ link

The last time a Republican Presidential Convention opened without a decided nominee in the primaries was 1976, during the fight between Ronald Reagan and Gerald Ford. There were past efforts by the establishment to stop two people they regarded as outsiders — Barry Goldwater in 1964 and Ronald Reagan in 1976. It looks as if it will be much more difficult for Trump to nail down enough delegates to beat the Republicans at their own corrupt rules. We are likely heading toward a rigged convention and this is playing into the hands of the precise thing the Republicans better not do. They are sacrificing the nation for personal perks. It is not that Trump is the savior, hardly, but at least he would be a check against these people.

It seems more likely than not that they will rig the game one way or another to stop Trump and ignore why people are even voting for him, because it is really a vote against the establishment. This appears likely to explode in total chaos for 2018, and as we look into the 2017-2020 time period, it appears that they will destroy the public confidence in government on a wholesale basis.

Rand Paul making major announcement tomorrow ~ link ~ Some of the comments are a scream.  Stirling  


Assad: Eadogen has an 'Army of Terrorists' fighting in Syria ~ link
Turkey’s direct support for terrorists fighting in Syria makes them President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s own army, Syrian President Bashar Assad said in an exclusive interview with Sputnik, adding that his country is ready to counter the aggression. 
Turkey, as well as Saudi Arabia, have "crossed all possible red lines, possibly from the first weeks of the Syrian war," Assad said. 

Bibi 666 Netanyahu continues to morally fall apart  ~ link

Benjamin Netanyahu is dangerous to himself and to society because he is willing to move heaven and earth to propound his essentially Talmudic ideology, which is irrational and which basically says that the Goyim are beasts.  

American nukes sit in Turkey - 100 miles from Syria ~ link

When Germany returned Christianity to the Soviet Union ~ link ~ The war against Christianity and God continues to this day!!! Stirling  

One-third of Americans don't even make enough to cover the Basic Necessities ~ link ~ Yet the mainstream news media and the political class tell us that we "are in a recovery from a recession"!!!  It is sad that only about half the people have the sense to support someone like Trump that is from outside of the corrupt bought-and-paid-for Globalist Banking Cartel/Khazarian Mafia box!!!  Very Sad!!!  Stirling  

Argentina Senate approves debt payment deal ~ link

Argentina's President Mauricio Macri has won approval for a repayment deal which should put an end to the country's 15-year battle with holdout creditors. 

The years-long debt crisis has restricted Argentina's access to international credit markets and made doing business in the country difficult.

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