Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Poking God In The Eye - New Push To Divide Israel And Create Palestinian State

Could we actually see a Palestinian state be established within the next year or two?  

Just this week, there have been some new developments that have been absolutely stunning.  For the first time in ages, both the president of the United States and the prime minister of Israel are openly calling for the creation of a Palestinian state.  

But just a couple of years ago, it seemed like such a move was extremely unlikely.  Donald Trump was in the White House and Benjamin Netanyahu was the prime minister of Israel, and it was clear that a Palestinian state would not happen as long as either one of them was in power.  

Now they are both gone, and everything has changed.
This is extremely alarming, because the creation of a Palestinian state is something that I have been warning about for years.

When it actually happens, it will have enormous implications for the entire globe.

During a major speech to the United Nations on Wednesday, Joe Biden told that world that the Palestinians are "entitled" to their own state...

President Joe Biden told the United Nations on Wednesday the Palestinians are "entitled" to their own state, a day after the U.S. State Department announced $64 million in aid to the U.N. agency for so-called Palestinian refugees. READ MORE

Eat Or Heat? Europeans Already Facing Previously Unthinkable Dilemmas

As the citizens of the European Union and the United Kingdom are increasingly struggling to make ends meet due to record levels of inflation, and as the winter draws closer, a serious cost-of-living crisis is set to spiral out of control. Skyrocketing energy costs, combined with galloping prices for food and other essential goods and services are bound to erase whatever was left of the "middle class."

Households that were once comfortable, and even had some savings aside, have been placed under severe financial duress already during the summer, and, unfortunately, the worst is yet to come. In what has been dubbed the "eat or heat" crisis, we can expect to see the situation deteriorate even further in the coming months, a development that could have critical and far-reaching implications beyond economics.

For those with unfailing memories and an attention span befitting an adult, it will not be hard to recall the assurances of politicians and central bank officials at the end of last year, that inflation was "transitory" and that anyone who said otherwise was a politically motivated alarmist. As is abundantly evident today, and has been for months, all these statements were entirely wrong; a "mistake" made either through sheer ignorance and professional incompetence, or through malicious intent and professional mendacity.

Either way, the result was the same. The public was misled, and they believed all the self-congratulatory messages about how the actions of central planners of all kinds "defeated covid," "avoided a recession" and were getting us all "back on track to economic growth and prosperity."  READ MORE

Pound plunges to record low against the dollar on surging fears about UK economy

HONG KONG — The pound hit a record low against the dollar Monday on surging fears about the UK economy after the government unveiled a huge tax-cutting budget.

The selloff came as most equity markets across Asia fell again owing to a growing expectation that central bank interest rate hikes to fight runaway inflation would lead to deep and painful recessions.

Officials in several countries including the United States, Britain, Switzerland and Sweden unveiled more increases in the cost of borrowing.

The moves sent equity markets deep into the red again after officials reiterated their focus on fighting inflation, even if that means causing a recession.

But the biggest casualty of the week was the pound, which fell below $1.10 for the first time since 1985 as new finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng announced his controversial mini-budget. READ MORE

IAEA head meets with Iranian atomic chief amid dispute on undeclared nuclear sites

VIENNA — The chief of the UN’s nuclear watchdog said Monday he had met with the head of Iran’s atomic energy agency, as attempts to revive the country’s nuclear deal stall.

Efforts to salvage a tattered 2015 agreement — which offered an easing of international sanctions in exchange for a drastic limitation of Iran’s nuclear activities — have flailed since then-US president Donald Trump had America withdraw from it in 2018.

The United States reimposed biting sanctions, provoking Tehran into stepping back from its nuclear commitments, greatly increasing its stock of enriched uranium and turning off monitoring cameras operated by the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

But after months of friction, the two sides met face-to-face in Vienna.

“Dialogue has restarted with Iran on clarification of outstanding safeguards issues,” Rafael Grossi tweeted Monday. READ MORE

Rights group says at least 76 dead as Iran protests rage despite violent crackdown

PARIS (AFP) — More than 75 people have been killed in the Iranian authorities’ crackdown against unrest sparked by the death of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini in morality police custody, a rights group said Monday.

The authorities last put the death toll at 41, including several members of the security forces.

Officials said Monday they arrested more than 1,200 people as the dragnet widens against the nationwide demonstrations over Amini’s death, following her arrest for allegedly breaching the country’s strict rules on hijab headscarves and modest clothing.

Tensions with Western powers grew as Germany summoned the Iranian ambassador and Canada announced sanctions, a day after the European Union deplored the crackdown and Tehran called in the British and Norwegian envoys.

Protests had flared for a tenth consecutive night on Sunday across Iran. A Tehran crowd shouted “death to the dictator,” calling for the end of more than three decades of rule by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, 83, in footage shared by Oslo-based Iran Human Rights (IHR). READ MORE

Palestinian rioters face off with police in East Jerusalem for 2nd night in a row

Violent clashes broke out between Israeli security forces and Palestinians in East Jerusalem for the second night in a row late Monday, as Israelis celebrated the Rosh Hashanah holiday.

Dozens of masked rioters lit trash cans, threw Molotov cocktails and rocks, and shot fireworks in the direction of forces at several locations across East Jerusalem, according to a police statement.

No injuries or damage were reported. Border Police were deployed across the area to enforce order and clear the protesters using riot dispersal methods, police said.

A video uploaded to social media on Monday night appeared to show the arrest of several young men by Border Police in the A-Tor neighborhood.

Security forces remain on high alert amid a crackdown on terror groups in the West Bank, and concerns of terror attacks during the Jewish High Holidays. READ MORE

Monday, September 26, 2022

Exclusive: Counterterrorism Expert Cynthia Farahat Reveals Muslim Brotherhood Plan to ‘Destroy’ West – ‘Like Cancer’

The Muslim Brotherhood’s “endgame” is to murder every non-Muslim and “destroy Western civilization,” according to counterterrorism expert Cynthia Farahat, who revealed they are open about their intentions of infiltrating and corrupting every American institution “like a cancer,” and slammed the “far-left” for its “propaganda” supporting the global terrorist organization.

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, well-known Egyptian author and political analyst Farahat highlighted the Muslim Brotherhood’s association with virtually all Islamic terror groups.

“The Muslim Brotherhood is the incubator of Sunni Islamic terrorism,” she said. “They are the command and control for Islamic terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda, the Islamic State (IS), the Islamist Jemaah Islamiyah, the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, Hamas, along with many other radical terrorists groups.” 

“I actually found it harder to pin down a terrorist group that didn’t have a direct connection to the Muslim Brotherhood than the other way around,” she added. “They are also responsible for radicalizing Muslims because when you have a radicalized base, its so much easier to recruit jihadists from it.”

Farahat explained that the radical group’s ultimate goal is exactly “what they say they want to do,” which is the complete annihilation of those who dissent from their worldview. 

“I called my upcoming book The Secret Apparatus: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Industry of Death, and the subtitle of my book is not my hyperbolic understanding of the group, it is what they themselves call their operation,” she said. READ MORE

‘I’m no cannon fodder. I am not a murderer’: Thousands of Russians flee to Georgia

KAZBEGI, Georgia (AFP) — Nikita spent two days in traffic before he made it to Georgia, one of the thousands of Russian men seeking to evade the Ukraine war draft.

The latest wave of Russian exiles since the war began in February has seen military-aged men pour into the Caucasus country — by cars in a column stretching for some 20 kilometers (12.4 miles), by bicycles and some walking kilometers by foot to the border crossing.

“I have no choice but to flee Russia,” Nikita told AFP standing outside the Georgian side of the Kazbegi border crossing in a narrow rocky ravine.

“Why on earth would I need to go to that crazy war?” the 23-year-old added “I am no cannon fodder. I am not a murderer,” he said as a vulture circled overhead, high in the clear sky.

Like the majority of men who talked to AFP, he declined to give his last name fearing retribution. READ MORE

Iran vows ‘no leniency’ as seething women-led protests enter 10th day

Iran’s judiciary chief on Sunday vowed no leniency against the wave of unrest that has rocked the country since the death of the young Kurdish-Iranian woman Mahsa Amini while in the custody of the morality police.

The warning by the head of the Judiciary, Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei, came after nine nights of protests and street clashes and echoed earlier comments by ultra-conservative President Ebrahim Raisi.

At least 41 people have died so far, mostly protesters but including members of Iran’s security forces, according to an official toll, although human rights groups say the real figure is higher.

The judiciary chief “emphasized the need for decisive action without leniency” against the core instigators of the “riots,” the judiciary’s Mizan Online website said.

Hundreds of demonstrators, reformist activists and journalists have been arrested amid the mostly night-time demonstrations that have spread to scores of cities since unrest first broke out after Amini’s death on September 16. READ MORE

Iranian negotiator to meet IAEA chief

The head of Iran's atomic energy agency said on Saturday he will meet next week with the chief of the UN's nuclear watchdog, as attempts to revive the country's nuclear deal stall.

"I will go to Austria to take part in the annual general conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, where I will meet with Director General Rafael Grossi," Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Mohammad Eslami told state television, as quoted in the AFP news agency.

The Vienna-based IAEA's annual conference takes place this year from September 26-30.

The IAEA has long sought answers from Iran on uranium traces at undeclared sites.

In June, Iran began removing essentially all the agency's monitoring equipment, which was installed under the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, as it continues to scale back its compliance with the deal.

IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said this past week that the outstanding issues between Iran and the IAEA will not be wished away. “These issues are not going to be wished away. The IAEA has limited access to Iran's nuclear facilities. ... We are ready to re-engage with Iran,” he stressed.

The three sites that the IAEA seeks answers on represent a key sticking point in negotiations to restore the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.

Iran has repeatedly said it wants the IAEA to drop its interest in the three sites -- a position that the nuclear watchdog says lacks credibility.

"I hope that my talks will put an end... to the false accusations about certain (nuclear) sites stemming from political pressure and psychological operations exerted against Iran," Eslami added on Saturday.

The indirect talks between Tehran and Washington on a return to the 2015 deal appear to be at a stalemate.

Iran recently announced it had submitted its comments to the US response to the European Union’s draft for reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

While Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson said at the time that Iran’s response was prepared based on a constructive approach, a senior Biden administration official told Politico, “We are studying Iran’s response, but the bottom line is that it is not at all encouraging.” READ MORE

ISA Chief: 'Hamas must choose between Gaza reconstruction and resistance'

Israel Security Agency (ISA) chief Ronen Bar sent a stern warning to Gaza Hamas leader Yihya Sinwar on Saturday, suggesting he choose his steps wisely if he wishes to rebuild Gaza. According to Channel 12 News, Hamas responded to Bar's warnings, calling them a "diplomatic dead end".

According to Fauzi Barhoum, a spokesman for the terror organization, the ISA chief's warnings are not new, "They don't scare the Palestinian people or the resistance leadership. They reflect the political, defense, and military dead ends which the leadership of the occupation has reached."

The ISA has recently seen a rise in acts of terror in Judea and Samaria that were directed by Hamas operatives in Gaza. The trend has prompted ISA Chief Bar to state in a closed meeting: "[Hamas leader] Yihya Sinwar must choose between the reconstruction of Gaza and resistance. He can't do both at the same time. Wanting to improve the conditions Gazans and directing terror attacks in Judea and Samaria."

The ISA chief's warning comes on the backdrop of a continued rise in terrorist activities in Judea and Samaria, on Sunday, the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, terrorists placed an explosive device containing four kilograms of explosives at the gas station at the entrance to Kedumim in Samaria.

Bomb disposal teams neutralized the device, and there were no injuries. The terrorists escaped from the scene.

Iran indicts 14 over elimination of top nuclear scientist


Iran on Sunday filed indictments against 14 individuals for involvement in the 2020 elimination of top Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, PressTV reported.

Tehran’s chief prosecutor, Ali Salehi, said the charges brought against the individuals include “corruption on earth,” “participation in intelligence and espionage cooperation for the benefit of the Zionist regime,” “collusion with the aim of disrupting the security of the country,” and “acting against the country’s national security.”

Iran has accused Israel of directing Fakhrizadeh’s death, calling his elimination an act of "state terrorism".

Initial reports claimed Fakhrizadeh was gunned down by a remote-controlled machine gun. Last September, The New York Times reported that the scientist was killed by a robot.

According to the report, the gun was planted in a pickup truck by Iranian agents, and operated by a Mossad sniper working on a computer located outside Iran.

The newspaper also said that the gun was a beta test of a weapon "kitted out with artificial intelligence and multiple-camera eyes, operated via satellite and capable of firing 600 rounds a minute."

Senior Iranian military officials have vowed to avenge the killing of the top nuclear scientist.

US official: We'll respond decisively to Russian use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan: If Russia uses nukes against Ukraine, there will be catastrophic consequences. WATCH

Sunday, September 25, 2022

Report: FBI SWAT Raids Home of Catholic Pro-Life Activist as ‘Screaming’ Children Watch

The FBI subjected a Catholic pro-life activist’s children to a fully-armored SWAT raid this week under the order of the DOJ.

Mark Houck, the founder and president of The King’s Men – a group that helps men overcome pornography addiction – was arrested at his rural Pennsylvania home on Friday for allegedly violating the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act during his regular sidewalk counseling outside of an abortion clinic in 2021. Speaking with LifeSiteNews, Houck’s wife, Ryan-Marie, said that around 25 to 30 fully-armored FBI agents stormed their property early Friday morning, aiming their rifles as the children screamed in horror.

“They started pounding on the door and yelling for us to open it,” Ryan-Marie said of the raid. READ MORE

Iran’s official death toll doubles in ‘harrowing’ crackdown on anti-regime protests


The official death toll has more than doubled to 35 in a crackdown by Iran’s security forces on more than a week of protests that erupted after the death of a young woman in custody.

Angry demonstrators have taken to the streets of major cities across Iran, including the capital Tehran, for eight straight nights since the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.

The Kurdish woman was pronounced dead after spending three days in a coma following her arrest by Iran’s feared morality police for wearing the hijab headscarf in an “improper” way.

“The number of people who died in recent riots in the country has risen to 35,” state media said, raising the official toll from at least 17 dead, including five security personnel.

However, according to the Oslo-based Iran Human Rights, at least 50 people have been killed by security forces in the anti-government protests. READ MORE

Giorgia Meloni: Provocateur may become Italy’s first far-right leader post-Mussolini

THE CONVERSATION — In the autumn of 1922, Benito Mussolini, the ambitious and charismatic founder of the Fascist Party, became Italy’s youngest prime minister – seizing power in a march on Rome that ushered in a dark period of totalitarian rule.

A century on, Italy looks set to get its first far-right leader since Mussolini’s body was strung up for all to see at the end of World War II. On September 25, 2022, voters are widely expected to elect as prime minister Giorgia Meloni, the leader of Fratelli d’Italia, or Brothers of Italy – a party whose lineage traces back to the rump of Mussolini’s fascists.

Many Italians and Europeans are understandably worried. Her likely ascent comes at a time of national fragility for Italy, which is wracked by economic woesspiraling inflation and an immigration crisis. It also poses uncomfortable questions over the idea of European identity and unity. Moreover, it is a symptom of the political malaise in Italy and of the winds that have seen populist right-wing leaders gain support around the world. READ MORE

Lapid told UN majority of Israelis back 2-state solution, but poll signals otherwise

A new poll released Saturday found that a majority of Jewish Israelis are opposed to advancing a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians, at least in the near-term.

On Thursday, Prime Minister Yair Lapid, speaking at the UN General Assembly said “a large majority of Israelis support the vision” of a two-state solution” and that he is one of them.

But the Israel Democracy Institute poll said that only 31 percent of Jewish Israelis think that a government formed after the November 1 elections should try to advance a two-state solution. This figure was down from 44 percent in February 2021.

According to the poll, 58% of Jewish Israelis opposed such a move, with another 11% undecided.

Among Arab Israelis, the support for a potential two-state solution was far higher, with 60% agreeing the next government should push for such a diplomatic outcome. READ MORE

Defense Min. official: This is how we convinced Kushner to foil the plan for sovereignty

Former Israeli Air Force (IAF) Commander Amir Eshel, who currently serves as Director General of the Defense Ministry, spoke to Maariv about how he foiled the plans to apply sovereignty to Judea and Samaria.

"Benny [Gantz] appointed me, without anyone knowing, to prepare for [then-US President Donald] Trump's 'deal of the century,'" Eshel told Maariv, referring to current Defense Minister Benny Gantz, chair of the National Unity party.

"This was in the days of [former Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu's rotation government."

Eshel added that, "We knew everything," about the proposed peace plan. "It came to light in that visit by Gantz to the White House, before the elections, when they suddenly saw me with him."

"I worked with [former US] Ambassador [to Israel David] Friedman, and with the White House. This was a professional task, not a political one. He presented me to President Trump and told him, 'Listen, this is General Eshel, he was in every country in the Middle East, without a passport.' Trump smiled and told Gantz something like, 'He is a killer.' Leaving the room, I caught a few sentences with Trump, and I told him, 'Mister, we must ensure that the plan takes effect. Afterwards, I caught Jared Kushner and Ambassador Friedman and gave them the same message. I told them, 'Your plan will die even before it is even born.'"

"Jared looked at me as if I'd fallen from the moon," Eshel continued. "I told him, 'Listen, Netanyahu has a plan to bring annexation for government approval, immediately. We knew this even before we arrived at the White House. I told him that if that happens, the plan will die. He did not quite understand. I told him that no Arab leader will agree to this, no one will support it." READ MORE

Saturday, September 24, 2022

While nodding at Lapid’s backing of 2 states, Abbas says Israel ‘destroying’ chances

NEW YORK — In his UN speech Friday, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas noted the “positive development” of Prime Minister Yair Lapid voicing support for a two-state solution during his address the previous day. But he spent the bulk of his own remarks repeating grievances against Israel’s government and security forces for their treatment of the Palestinians as well as the international community for failing to “protect” his people.

“When we hear something positive, we acknowledge it,” Abbas said, referring to remarks by both Lapid and US President Joe Biden in favor of the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. “I heard them supporting the two-state solution and we’re thankful for that.”

“But the real test to the seriousness and credibility to this stance… is for the Israeli government to go back to the negotiation table immediately,” the PA president said, adding that Israel must cease all unilateral actions such as settlement building, demolition of homes, evictions and “killings.”

Israel “is, through its premeditated and deliberate policies, destroying the two-state solution,” he told the General Assembly.

“This proves unequivocally that Israel does not believe in peace,” he added. “Therefore, we no longer have an Israeli partner to whom we can talk.” READ MORE

Hundreds held, internet blocked as Raisi calls ‘to deal decisively’ with Iran demos

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Saturday called “to deal decisively” with protests triggered by the death of a young woman detained by the Islamic Republic’s morality police, prompting a deadly crackdown.

In a phone call with the family of a Basij militiaman allegedly killed by demonstrators in Iran’s second-largest city Mashhad, Raisi stressed “the need to distinguish between protest and disruption of public order and security,” while denouncing the current unrest as “as rioting and evil.”

“[He] emphasized the need to deal decisively with the disruptors of the security and peace of the country,” a statement released by his office said.

The comments came as the Tasnim news agency reported Saturday that Iranian police in just one province have arrested over 700 people since protests began over a week ago.

General Azizollah Maleki, police chief of Guilan province, announced “the arrest of 739 rioters including 60 women,” the Iranian media outlet said. READ MORE

Netanyahu responds to Lapid's speech: Full of defeat and surrender

Tonight we heard a speech full of weakness, defeat and surrender.

After the right-wing government led by me removed the Palestinian state from the global agenda, after we brought four historic peace agreements with Arab countries that bypassed the Palestinian veto, Lapid is bringing the Palestinians back to the forefront of the world stage and putting Israel right into the Palestinian pit. Lapid has already said in the past that he is ready to "evacuate 90,000 Israelis to establish a Palestinian state". Now he intends to give them a state of terror in the heart of the country, a state that will threaten us all.

So I'm letting you know, Lapid: I and my friends will not allow this. We will not allow the establishment of Hamastan on the border of Kfar Saba, Petah Tikva and Netanya. We will not return Israel to the Oslo disaster. Lapid endangers our future and our existence both on the Palestinian issue and on the Iranian issue.

While Iran rushes to a nuclear agreement that endangers the very existence of the State of Israel, Lapid does nothing. For more than a year he has been asleep at the wheel. Unlike us, Lapid did not fight against Iran in the US Congress, in the American media, in the US Senate. He didn't do anything.

We will return to Israel a strong government that will prevent a Palestinian state, stop Iran, restore national honor and bring Israel back to the world status it had and which you so deserve. I wish you all a happy and safe new year.

The red heifers have arrived


Making history and fulfilling prophecy all at the same time, five perfectly red heifers have arrived in Israel, all the way from Texas. LISTEN

Benny Gantz: If Netanyahu forms a government, call me for an exit interview

Defense Minister Benny Gantz is warning that a government led by Likud chairman Benjamin Netanyahu would spell the end of the State of Israel.

Speaking to Kan 11 News in an interview which will air in full on Saturday night and of which excerpts aired on Friday, Gantz said, “There is one scenario in which Netanyahu establishes a narrow, extreme government that is not good for the country. When that happens, you can invite me for an exit interview about the country.”

Gantz was also asked whether he too supports a two-state solution, following Prime Minister Yair Lapid’s expression of support for this solution in his speech before the UN General Assembly.

“I say we have to regulate our relationship with the Palestinians. The State of Israel will forever have to maintain security superiority in this region. We don't want to control the Palestinians, but we are also not willing to take a security risk,” he replied.

“We are completely against the idea of one state. We are against a binational state,” stressed Gantz. “We are in favor of two entities, which cannot be a state that will endanger the State of Israel. What do you want - for what is happening in Gaza to happen to Kfar Saba and the center? This is completely irresponsible.”

Economic Collapse Has Arrived In Germany. Will The U.S. Be Close Behind?

Things are starting to get really crazy in Germany.  The Germans are dealing with the worst inflation crisis that they have seen since the days of the Weimar Republic, and meanwhile economic activity is starting to shut down all over the nation.  Of course other European countries are facing similar problems, but Germany was supposed to be the economic rock that the rest of Europe could always depend upon.  

Unfortunately, the decision by the Russians to cut off the flow of gas through the Nord Stream 1 pipeline is hitting Germany extremely hard.  If we could just get both sides to agree to end the war in Ukraine, that would greatly help matters, but that simply isn't going to happen.  In fact, it appears that Vladimir Putin has decided to greatly escalate matters, and the western powers will inevitably greatly escalate matters in response.  

What this means is that the economic turmoil that we are witnessing in Europe isn't going anywhere any time soon.

This week, we got some inflation numbers out of Germany that are so high that it is difficult to believe that they are actually real...

German producer prices rose in August at the fastest rate since records began in 1949, data released by the Federal Statistical Office showed today, pointing to a further increase in consumer prices.

Producer prices of industrial products rose by 45.8 percent compared to the same month of last year. Compared to July 2022, prices rose 7.9 percent.

Soaring energy prices on the back of Russia's war against the Ukraine remain the main driver behind rising prices. READ MORE

Friday, September 23, 2022

CHRISLAM CONFIRMED: Led By Pope Francis, Leaders Of The World’s Religions Formally Adopt Human Fraternity Document At 7th Congress


With the adoption this week by the 7th World Religions Congress of the Human Fraternity document created by Pope Francis and Mohamed bin Zayed, Chrislam is now the official One World Religion.

It’s official, Chrislam has now been codified and ratified, with the approval at the 7th Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, of the Human Fraternity document created by Pope Francis of the Vatican, and financed and promoted by Mohamed bin Zayed of the UAE. Question – Guess who they forgot to invite to the festivities? Answer – Jesus Christ, His Name appears nowhere and is never mentioned. I wonder who the ‘honored guest” is then? Hmm.

“For when they shall say, Peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape.” 1 Thessalonians 5:3 (KJB)

Whether or not Pope Francis retires as some are suggesting, or whether or not he will be the biblical Antichrist is, at this point, rather immaterial. Because he has now put into place, and set into motion, the functional political, religious and financial framework on which the One World Religion of Chrislam will operate. Pope Francis could die tomorrow, but what he has created will live on into the time of Jacob’s trouble. Of course, all this prophetic fulfillment could not have taken place without his very generous patron and backer, Mohamed bin Zayed. Is he the “prince of the covenant”? Time will tell, but man oh man, this is a giant (pun intended) step forward. We warned you for the past 13 years Chrislam was coming, now it’s here. Are you ready to fly? READ MORE