Saturday, July 09, 2016
NATO LEADERS SHOW SOLIDARITY IN POLAND TO DEAL WITH RUSSIA SOUTH THREATS.
ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT BREAKDOWN BY THE BIBLE
8 I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn,(WORLD DICTATOR) before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.
24 And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings(10 NATIONS-10 WORLD DIVISION WORLD GOVERNMENT) that shall arise: and another shall rise after them;(#11 SPAIN) and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.(EITHER THE EUROPEAN UNION DICTATOR BOOTS 3 ORIGINAL COUNTRIES FROM THE 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS OR THE DICTATOR TAKES OVER THE WORLD ECONOMY BY CONTROLLING 3 WORLD TRADE BLOCS)
EUROPEAN UNION ARMY
19 And I saw the beast,(EU LEADER) and the kings of the earth, and their armies,(UNITED NATIONS TROOPS) gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse,(JESUS) and against his army.(THE RAPTURED CHRISTIANS)
We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.James Paul Warburg appearing before the Senate on 7th February 1950
Like a famous WWII Belgian General,Paul Henry Spock said in 1957:We need no commission, we have already too many. What we need is a man who is great enough to be able to keep all the people in subjection to himself and to lift us out of the economic bog into which we threaten to sink. Send us such a man. Be he a god or a devil, we will accept him.And today, sadly, the world is indeed ready for such a man.
No one will enter the New World Order... unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation.- David Spangler Director of Planetary Initiative United Nations.
THE EU WORLD DICTATOR
1 And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see.
2 And I saw, and behold a white horse:(EU WORLD DICTATOR) and he that sat on him had a bow;(PEACE) and a crown was given unto him:(WORLD LEADER) and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.(THIS IS THE EU DICTATOR)
1 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.(7 HEADS ARE THE 7TH WORLD EMPIRE IN HISTORY (THE EU) AS WELL AS THE VATICAN WHICH IS BUILT ON 7 HILLS. 10 HORNS ARE 10 KINGS THAT ARISE FROM THE EU, THEN #11 COMES ON THE SCENE BECOMES THE HEAD OF 3 OUNTRIES AND THEN THE EU DICTATOR, COMES FROM 1 OF THE 3 COUNTRIES THAT RULE FOR THIS TERM. I BELIEVE THE 3 COUNTRIES RULING AT THE TIME ARE SPAIN AND 2 OF THE ORIGINAL 6 THAT STARTED THE EU. FROM 1 OF THESE 3 COUNTRIES COME THE FUTURE EU DICTATOR PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION WHO GUARENTEES ISRAELS SECURITY FOR A LAND FOR PEACE 7 YEAR TREATY.
2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.(THE JEWISH EU DICTATOR GETS HIS POWER FROM SATAN,HE COMES FROM THE OCCULT).
3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.(THE DICTATOR HAS A FALSE RESURRECTION. JUST LIKE JESUS HAD A LITERAL RESURRECTION THIS DICTATOR GETS MURDERED AT THE 3 1/2 YR MARK OF THR 7 YEAR TREATY AND COMES BACK TO LIFE. THIS IS HOW HE CAN CLAIM TO BE GOD AND GET AWAY WITH IT AND CONTROL THE WHOLE EARTH.
7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
9 If any man have an ear, let him hear.
16 And he (FALSE POPE) causeth all,(WORLD SOCIALISM) both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
WARSAW (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron, who announced his resignation after losing a referendum on keeping Britain in the European Union last month, said on Friday his country would remain committed to European defense after it leaves the bloc."What I'll be saying is that Britain may be leaving the EU but we are not turning our back on Europe and we're not turning our back on European defense and security," he told reporters on arrival at his final NATO summit before stepping down.(Reporting by Wiktor Szary; Writing by Paul Taylor)
German support for Merkel, EU surges after Brexit vote: poll-[Reuters]-July 8, 2016-yahoonews
BERLIN (Reuters) - Public support for German Chancellor Angela Merkel has soared since Britain voted to leave the European Union, an opinion poll showed, helping reverse a fall in her popularity caused by the refugee crisis.The survey, by pollster Infratest dimap for national broadcaster ARD, also showed a sharp rise in German support for the EU as for the first time a majority said there were more advantages than disadvantages to being in the bloc.Some 59 percent of Germans said in the poll published late on Thursday that they were satisfied with Merkel, up from 50 percent in June.A record 52 percent said that EU membership was advantageous, 13 percentage points higher than in a poll conducted before the British referendum on June 23.Merkel is the third-most popular German politician after Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier of the left-leaning Social Democrats (SPD) who enjoys 74 percent support and Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble of her conservatives, at 64 percent.Britain's vote in favor of leaving the EU has raised fears about the feasibility of further European integration and the economic fallout of Brexit.The poll found that support for Merkel's conservatives had risen to 34 percent, from 31 percent last month. The conservatives, who govern in a coalition with the SPD, won 41.5 percent of the vote in the 2013 national election.The government's decision to allow in more than 1 million migrants last year, mainly asylum seekers from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, led to a sharp decline in the conservatives' popularity and fueled the rise of an anti-immigration party.(Reporting by Joseph Nasr; Editing by Hugh Lawson)
Germany wary of Iran's nuclear, missile procurement efforts-[Associated Press]-July 8, 2016-yahoonews
BERLIN (AP) — Germany's foreign ministry says the country is keeping close watch on Iran's attempts to procure nuclear and missile technology.Germany's domestic intelligence agency said last month Iran's nuclear procurement efforts in the country remained "at a quantitatively high level" last year and attempts to acquire missile technology showed an "upward trend."Under a landmark 2015 agreement, Iran agreed to cap its nuclear activities in return for the lifting of international sanctions.Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer said Friday that the intelligence report made for "unpleasant" reading, but noted that it covered a period before the Iran deal came into force on Jan. 16.Schaefer said that Germany and its partners would work to ensure Iran abides by the agreement, adding that "we won't hesitate to discuss this with Tehran.
Nato makes show of solidarity in Poland By Andrew Rettman-JULY 8,16-EUOBSERVER
Warsaw, Today, 09:30-Half of Warsaw city centre was closed to normal traffic on Friday (8 July), while police sirens wailed back and forth and helicopters criss-crossed the sky ahead of a Nato summit designed to show solidarity against Russian aggression.The Polish security operation involved more than 6,000 police officers as part of summit preparations costing €40 million.US president Barack Obama arrived for the event shortly after midnight on Friday, with his “beast” limousine driving from Warsaw’s Chopin airport to the Marriott hotel down roads where individual police officers stood, in fluorescent yellow jackets, at 20-metre intervals along the entire route.Obama, as well the British, French and German leaders, are among the 39 heads of state attending the event from the 28 Nato countries, as well as from “partner” states, such as Afghanistan, Georgia and Ukraine.In other facts and figures, the summit organisers hired 4,000 hotel rooms in the city and accredited some 2,000 journalists to cover the event.The Western alliance is to finalise plans to deploy 4,000 soldiers in the Baltic states and in Poland to act as a “tripwire” for a rapid reaction force of up to 40,000 men in the event of a Russian attack.The summit will declare that Nato’s anti-missile shield, parts of which are based in Poland and in Romania, has attained operational readiness.It will see the alliance upgrade relations with Finland and Sweden, whose leaders are to take part in a Nato dinner on Friday, and to agree closer cooperation with EU military structures.It will also see Montenegro’s leader, Milos Djukanovic, join his 28 Nato counterparts for a first-ever family photo as his country awaits membership pending national ratifications.-Russian backdrop-The summit is taking place amid a backdrop of Russian covert warfare in Ukraine, simulated invasions of the Baltic states, Nordic countries and Poland, and a build-up of troops and nuclear-capable missiles in Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave.It also taking place after the UK’s shock decision to leave the EU and amid EU complaints that the Polish government is eroding democratic standards at home.Speaking to press on Thursday ahead of a bilateral meeting with Obama on Friday morning, the Polish president, Andrzej Duda, said the new Nato battalions amounted to new Nato bases in eastern Europe.He said there would be a “permanent” presence of Nato troops, despite the fact that national contingents are to “rotate” in and out of the region. He also said the presence of US soldiers to operate and guard the anti-missile shield facility amounted to a permanent US deployment.Russia has said that new bases violate a 1997 Nato-Russia treaty, but Duda said “everybody knows” that Russia tore up the agreement by its attack on Ukraine.“Russia showed its imperial ambitions and decided to realise them. We can’t let Russia break international law. If it is respected, there will be peace. But we have the right to react if it is broken”, he said.He played down fears that Germany is lukewarm on Nato’s Russia strategy after Germany’s centre-left foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, recently criticised a Nato drill in Poland as “warmongering”.Duda noted that Germany is sending troops to the new battalion in Lithuania and described the German ministers’ remarks as “games within the [German] ruling coalition” ahead of elections next year.-Brexit-He added that Brexit is likely to see the UK strengthen its role in Nato, saying it would be “natural” that, as its influence in the EU diminishes, “it will try to strengthen that influence in other forums”.The Polish government earlier on Thursday forced through parliament a new law on the country’s constitutional tribunal that, critics say, will help it to exert political influence on the court.In other pet projects of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, the corridors of the summit venue, in a football stadium in Warsaw, are to be lined with photos of the Smolensk tragedy - a plane crash in 2010 that killed dozens of Polish officials, including the then president Lech Kaczynski, and that PiS leaders say was a Russian plot.Duda said that if Obama asked about the judicial dispute, he would tell him that Polish people elected PiS democratically and that all of its subsequent decisions have “taken place on the basis of democratic standards”.Speaking also on Thursday, Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo called the Nato event “the most important moment in Polish history since we regained independence” after the fall of the communist regime in 1989.Polish defence minister Antoni Macierewicz, a Russia hawk and a leading Smolensk plot proponent, said: “After so many decades, Poland can finally feel safe”.-Truth wins out-The British prime minister David Cameron, in line with Duda’s remarks, also on Thursday announced that 500 British soldiers will take part in the Estonia battalion while 150 others would be stationed in Poland.“Actions speak louder than words and the UK is proud to be taking the lead role, deploying troops across eastern Europe. It is yet another example of the UK leading in Nato”, he said.Some Russian commentators have described the Nato meeting as preparations for an assault on Russia, while Polish pundits have said Nato’s new multinational battalions would not be strong enough to stop a Russian attack.Speaking to Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza on Thursday, Nato head Jens Stoltenberg said the new battalions are defensive in nature and that the best response to Russian propaganda is “the truth … our response [to false Russian claims] should be facts. The truth wins out in the end”.The former Norwegian PM also said that Nato deterrence kept his country safe from Russia during the Cold War.“I come from a country, Norway, that neighbours Russia. Our security was for decades based precisely on this [Nato solidarity]. We knew that if we were attacked, Nato would come and help”, he said.
NATO leaders meet to deal with threats from Russia, south-[Associated Press]-JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG and MONIKA SCISLOWSKA-July 8, 2016-yahoonews
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Leaders of the NATO military alliance gathered Friday to order ambitious actions against a daunting array of dangers to the security of their nations and citizenry, including a rearmed and increasingly unfriendly Russia to Europe's east and violent Islamic extremism to the south."The decisions we're going to take together will once again confirm that Europe and North America stand together, act together to support all allies against any threats," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said, predicting a "landmark summit" meeting of U.S. President Barack Obama and other heads of state and government.After arriving in Warsaw, Obama announced the U.S. will send an additional 1,000 U.S. troops to Poland as part of a NATO effort to reinforce its presence on the alliance's frontiers near Russia. He met with Polish President Andrzej Duda, and hailed Poland as "a lynchpin in the defense of NATO's eastern flank."In an op-ed published in the Financial Times, Obama called on NATO to stand firm against Russia, terrorism and other challenges, and to "summon the political will, and make concrete commitments" to strengthen European cooperation after the British people's vote in June to leave the European Union.Stoltenberg said for NATO's 28 member nations to be safe, they don't only need to reinforce their own armed forces, but to come to the aid of partner nations in the Middle East and North Africa menaced by extremist violence."For our nations to be safe, it's not enough to keep our defenses strong, we must help to make our partners stronger," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said."Training local forces is often our best weapon against violent extremism," Stoltenberg told a pre-summit forum of defense and security experts. Among the items on the NATO meeting's ambitious agenda is increased assistance for Iraq's military, extension of the West's financial commitment to the Afghan military and police, aid for Tunisia, and getting NATO more involved in the campaign against the Islamic State by authorizing use of AWACS surveillance planes to assist the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group.In Warsaw, NATO heads of state and government will also formally order deployment of multinational units on the alliance's eastern borders. The action, telegraphed in advance like most items on the summit program following months of deliberations by NATO member governments, is vigorously opposed by the Kremlin. But German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen on Friday called it an appropriate measure to counter what she called a "completely unpredictable and aggressive Russia."Along with the U.S. commitment announced by Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron was expected to tell the summit Britain will dispatch a 500-strong battalion to Estonia and an additional company of 150 troops to Poland. Canada and Germany have committed to furnishing core units for Latvia and Lithuania.Von der Leyen said Poland and the Baltic states want greater protection because Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine shows Moscow "doesn't respect borders." The minister told German broadcaster ARD that NATO must maintain a dialogue with Russia, but from a "position of strength.""It's important that NATO deploys with such strength that it's clear nobody can see an advantage in attacking this military alliance," she said.As Obama and the other alliance heads of state and government were gathering in the Polish capital, a spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow is willing to cooperate with NATO, even though he said it acts toward Russia like an enemy.Russia "has always been open for dialogue" with NATO, especially to fight what it sees as a "genuine threat" — terrorism, Dmitry Peskov said."Russia is not looking (for an enemy) but it actually sees it happening," Peskov told reporters in Moscow. "When NATO soldiers march along our border and NATO jets fly by, it's not us who are moving closer to the NATO borders."Warsaw may become the most highly secured city in the world during the summit, which takes place after a string of recent extremist attacks across the globe.Helicopters hovered Friday above the National Stadium, the meeting's venue, while 6,000 police officers, backed up by soldiers, gendarmes, firefighters and other security officials, were out on Warsaw's streets.Security efforts are most heavily concentrated at the stadium, which has been encircled by a metal barrier, and high around hotels hosting the many VIPs. Many streets in the city of 1.7 million have been blocked and some mass transit routes altered, inconveniencing many residents.The airspace over Warsaw is also being monitored closely, with a ban on flights in a 100-kilometer (60-mile) radius from the stadium. Violators run the risk of being shot down.___Vanessa Gera in Warsaw and Nataliya Vasilyeva in Moscow contributed.
South Korea, U.S. to deploy THAAD missile defense, drawing China rebuke-[Reuters]-By Jack Kim-July 8, 2016-yahoonews
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea and the United States said on Friday they would deploy an advanced missile defense system in South Korea to counter a threat from North Korea, drawing a sharp and swift protest from neighboring China.The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, anti-missile system will be used only as protection against North Korea's growing nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities, the South's Defence Ministry and the U.S. Defence Department said in a joint statement."This is an important ... decision," General Vincent Brooks, commander of U.S. forces in South Korea, said in a statement. "North Korea's continued development of ballistic missiles and weapons of mass destruction require the alliance to take this prudent, protective measure to bolster our ... missile defense."Beijing said on Friday it lodged complaints with the U.S. and South Korean ambassadors over the THAAD decision.China said the system would destabilize the security balance in the region without achieving anything to end the North's nuclear program. China is North Korea's main ally but opposes its pursuit of nuclear weapons and backed the latest United Nations sanctions against Pyongyang in March."China strongly urges the United States and South Korea to stop the deployment process of the THAAD anti-missile system, not take any steps to complicate the regional situation and do nothing to harm China's strategic security interests," the foreign ministry said in a statement.Selection of a site for the system could come "within weeks," and the allies were working to have it operational by the end of 2017, a South Korean Defence Ministry official said.The THAAD will be deployed to U.S. Forces Korea "to protect alliance military forces from North Korea's weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile threats," the joint statement said. The United States maintains 28,500 troops in South Korea, a legacy of the 1950-53 Korean war."When the THAAD system is deployed to the Korean Peninsula, it will be focused solely on North Korean nuclear and missile threats and would not be directed towards any third-party nations," the statement said.-SEVEN SUMMITS-The decision to deploy THAAD is the latest move to squeeze the increasingly isolated North, which also includes a series of bilateral sanctions by Seoul and Washington as well as layers of U.N. sanctions.South Korea has been reluctant to discuss THAAD openly, given the opposition of China, its main trading partner and an increasingly close diplomatic ally. South Korean President Park Geun-hye and her Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, have held seven summit meetings since both took office in 2013.Russia is also opposed to basing a THAAD system in South Korea. Its foreign ministry will take the deployment into account in Moscow's military planning, Interfax news agency quoted it as saying on Friday.China worries the THAAD system's radar will be able to track its own military capabilities.China "knows full well that the THAAD being deployed to South Korea is not aimed at it at all," said Yoo Dong-ryol, who heads the Korea Institute of Liberal Democracy in Seoul. "It just doesn't like more American weapons system being brought in so close to it."Japanese Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Koichi Hagiuda said Tokyo "supports the deployment because it bolsters security in the region."Japan has said it is considering another layer of ballistic missile defense, such as THAAD, to complement ship-borne missiles aboard Aegis destroyers in the Sea of Japan and its ground-based Patriot missiles.-TRUMP'S ARGUMENT-Built by Lockheed Martin Corp , THAAD is designed to defend against short and medium-range ballistic missiles by intercepting them high in the Earth's atmosphere, or outside it. The United States already has a THAAD system in its territory of Guam.Each system costs an estimated $800 million and is likely to add to the cost of maintaining the U.S. military presence in South Korea, an issue in the U.S. presidential campaign. Republican candidate Donald Trump has argued that U.S. allies South Korea and Japan should pay more towards their own defense.A joint South Korea-U.S. working group is determining the best location for deploying THAAD. It has been discussing the feasibility of deployment and potential locations for the THAAD unit since February, after a North Korean rocket launch put an object into space orbit.The launch was condemned by the U.N. Security Council as a test of a long-range missile in disguise, which North Korea is prohibited from doing under several Security Council resolutions.North Korea rejects the ban, saying it is an infringement on its sovereignty and its right to space exploration.North Korea in late June launched an intermediate range ballistic missile off its east coast in a test that was believed to show some advancement in the weapon's engine system.On Thursday, Pyongyang said it was planning its toughest response to what it called a "declaration of war" by the United States after the U.S. Treasury Department blacklisted leader Kim Jong Un for human rights abuses.Also on Thursday, a U.S. official said the administration of President Barack Obama was asking other nations to cut the employment of North Korean workers as a way to reduce Pyongyang's access to foreign currency.(Additional reporting by David Brunnstrom in Washington and Ben Blanchard in Beijing; Editing by Bill Tarrant and Lisa Von Ahn)
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