And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
Mark 16:15 King James Bible

петък, 17 февруари 2017 г.


Trump administration considers mobilizing as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants

The Son of man shall send forth his angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity;

Matthew 13

The chariots of God are twenty thousand, even thousands of angels: the Lord is among them, as in Sinai, in the holy place.  

Psalm 68


петък, 20 януари 2017 г.

Trump inauguration - "He will not divide us"

Behold, a protesting movement against Trump. It really seems this guy is some  part of an elaborate magic ritual, or just a jab at the Lord and the Bible, a dummy for target practice, anyway, who knows what these crazy satanists believe when they set up these "kings". They openly worship him as an infant and crucified, to deceive as many as possible, but secretly hate him and manifest this malice in propping up flesh and blood dummies of his regal and heavenly aspect.

Commencing at 9am on January 20, 2017, the day of the inauguration of the 45th (9x5 theses) President of the United States, the public is invited to deliver the words "HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US" into a camera mounted on a wall outside the Museum of the Moving Image, New York, repeating the phrase as many times, and for as long as they wish.

Open to all, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the participatory performance will be live-streamed continuously for four years, or the duration of the presidency. In this way, the mantra "HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US" acts as a show of resistance or insistence, opposition or optimism, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community.

The greatest divider? The Gospel message and Jesus Christ.

Matthew 10:34 
Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.

Luke 2:43
this child is set for the fall and rising again of many in Israel; and for a sign which shall be spoken against;

 John 7:43
So there was a division among the people
because of him.

сряда, 18 януари 2017 г.

Donald Trump and the Book of Revelation part 2

 Trump is not "the last Trump", (a belief so absurd, it is almost laughable) neither a protector against antichrist, he is a Satanic caricature of Jesus. On the 21st of January 2017, his first day in office, Trump will be 70 years, 7 months and 7 days old.

Donald Trump was asked to name one of his heroes. His answer was very, very strange.

So, lets break down Trump's comment. First, as is here, Trump never answers straightforwardly. He produces a stream of thought, going away from the question. This is similar to how Jesus would answer with a series of  increasingly removed thoughts, sometimes completely unrelated the original question.

Now lets compare this answer to Jesus's answers with the Pharisees in the gospel of John.

- "I've learned a lot from my father"

- for my Father is greater than I. John 14:28

- "my father was a builder  ..... I learned a lot about negotiations from my father" 

- ..the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works. John 14:10

-"When I was three months into the campaign they added it up I had three months of experience and the 17 guys I was running against had 236 years, when you add 20 and 30 years...."

Why would he mention 20 and 30 years, when he just talked about hundreds of years and months? Maybe because he is referencing the 50 years that the Pharisees looked for in a person in order for him to give counsel? Three months experience versus three years of Jesus' ministry. Notice how Trump defeated the much more experienced republican politicians in the campaign struggle, much like Jesus preached as early as 12 years of age to the amazement of the teachers at the synagogue and later confounded and shamed the scribes and Pharisees without having higher learning.

-And the Jews marvelled, saying, How knoweth this man letters, having never learned? John 7:15

-Then said the Jews unto him, Thou art not yet fifty years old, and hast thou seen Abraham? John 8:57


 1. That Trump represents the archon might be deduced by the frequent remarks that he is childish by the media and himself:  "I've been 'a little childish'" And by the size of his fingers . . . . .

2. Trump's bright blond hair could be an allusion to the golden crowned Son of man of Revelation 14:14

3. Trump is unchanging, like Jesus

"Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever." Heb 13:8

"I have always been the same person-remain true to self.The media wants me to change but it would be very dishonest to supporters to do so! Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
Aug 14 "

4. Trump uses the word "win" liberally, much like Jesus speaks of "overcoming" in his admonitions in the first three chapters of revelation.

5. Trump tells it like it is, like Jesus spoke "plainly" to his followers, but the media is perplexed with his comments, like Jesus spoke to the unbelieving masses in parables.


6.  Trump promises to build a wall to keep all un-american people outside the US and shut the mouth of "the lying media", This is reminiscent of the new Jerusalem of Revelation 21-22, which will be free of gentiles and liars (false christians/jews). Goebels also used the term, and the Nazis set out to start a 1000 year reign.

Donald Trump and the book of Revelation

вторник, 17 януари 2017 г.

Putin has spoken

Putin: I don’t know Trump personally, have no grounds to attack or protect him

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has no grounds to attack or protect US President-elect Donald Trump, since he does not know him personally. He also said he has no justification to apply to the Nobel Committee to seek any kind of award from Trump.

"I don't know Mr. Trump personally, I have never met him and don't know what he will do on the international arena. So I have no grounds to attack him or criticize him for anything, or protect him or whatever," Putin said.

 How about collaborating with Trump? There can be a little wolf on the other side of the ocean, can't it? Remember, folks, because of the guardian's[and all other media] indirect expose of the stupidity of the intelligence services, we are led to believe that Trump and Putin are neutral towards each other, or somewhat friendly, but nothing deeper, option 1 "Putin blackmails Trump" ->false ->option 2 "There is nothing between them". From now anyone sniffing the supposed connection would be automatically discredited and not listened to.

Are you kidding me? You are kdidding me!

понеделник, 16 януари 2017 г.

The triumvirate which will ignite the world

Putin, trump and Erdogan will make countries great again  Alexander Dugin


Alexander Dugin on the working visit to Turkey during the winning trump in the US



That day when Donald trump won a crushing victory in the US, editor in chief of Constantinople, the philosopher Alexander Dugin was in Turkey on a working visit. In particular, attended the meeting with the Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim.

The Turkish media didn’t leave a visit without attention. Major publications wrote the following: “the political Scientist Alexander Dugin said that the President of Russia Vladimir Putin is ready to expand strategic partnerships and offers a hand of friendship to Turkey.” Other Newspapers noted that in meetings attended “the special envoy of Russia, Alexander Dugin”.
In the “Our view” Dugin shared his impressions about the trip and told about how Turkey has perceived the victory of Donald trump.

Daria Platonova: News of the victory trump has overtaken You not in Russia, in Turkey. What was your first reaction? And was the reaction of the Turkish people, those who were around you?
Alexander Dugin: You know, my reaction was delight. We did everything we could to objectively reflect the electoral campaign in the United States. And I never made a secret of personal sympathy for Donald Trump. And our channel, like our President, and the Patriotic society of Russia supported trump.
We resented the lies of the world media, the globalist media propagated about this campaign. So for me it was success, I would say – a personal victory and a victory of the country. In fact, a deeper understanding still lies ahead of us. This great event is the event that changed the structure of the world.
In Turkey was really interesting: I attended the extraordinary Congress of Turkey’s ruling party, met with Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. It is very interesting that took place two congresses. One of them is the ruling party, Erdogan, where I was also invited.

D. P.: Aleksandr gelevich, moreover, that we found the photographs in Turkish publications. Suddenly we upon request “Dugin” in the Turkish media began to find hundreds of pictures with the Prime Minister. And how he reacted to the election trump?

Ad: You know, I met him before. We talked about the other symbolic event. In Turkey now there is a strengthening of the Central government of Erdogan. He, in this case, is guided by a strong leader of our country, Vladimir Putin.
And held parallel to two of the Congress. The Congress of the ruling party and the opposition Congress party, where more than two dozen members of Parliament were arrested for suspicion of involvement in terrorist activities against the Turkish state. And, these are planted deputies, came to support the representatives of Western embassies.
A Congress of the ruling, the winning party, was shy of me, and it caused a tremendous wave of publications. Because Erdogan in his desire to strengthen Turkey in the national and opposition and liberation from the West, ultimately, withdrawal from NATO arrived to support the Russian delegation, with me there were several respected and important people, in particular, Oleg Vladimirovich Lebedev of United Russia and a number of other people.
We expressed our support for the Turkish people and the Turkish state. At a time when the West has expressed support, in fact, terrorists. And now the Turkish society saw the symbolism. Why are these photos that fill the Turkish press, they filled journals and publications on all tapes.

D. P.: Aleksandr gelevich, why do you think so much attention from the Turkish media?

Ad: I Have a lot of books out there, in Turkey know me as a representative of the Patriotic in terms of Russia, often ask for analysis. So, visit one of the Russian support for the ruling party outweighed the parish of all Western embassies that supported those forces that seek to destabilize Turkey.
So the Turks perceive the power of Russia. Just one man with a beard from Russia, well-known in Turkey and a frequent visitor to this country, in order to outweigh foreign diplomats. It was very symbolic. They say: better to let Turkey be a friend, but a man like Putin, like Russian than all these dubious Western partners who do not take us into Europe and create problems for us, supporting the Kurds, and so on.
After this wave of publications, when I was out on the street just all I got out of the hotel and there was a crowd of reporters who asked me, “Won the trump, what does that mean? What we, the Turks, now?” Because, – shouted someone from the crowd – you’ve long predicted that trump would win. Here we do not believe in it, and you were right”. Apparently, looking at Constantinople, and the site “Katechon” people in Turkey are reading.

I was amazed, actually, how deeply involved the Turkish community, journalists, politicians, policy in the work that we are here, representatives of conservative ideology.

DP: Probably, special attention has been given since the coup and attempts to overthrow Erdogan’s U.S. structures.

A. D.: I was just on that day, during the coup, Turkey…
But as for trump. The Turks were absolutely not ready for it, they believed the Western media. And so this crowd of journalists greeted me in the morning, after it became known that trump won.
Of course, my message was this: look, Putin, our President, has made Russia great. Trump, by Putin, is going to make America great. Your President Erdogan, there is only one to make again the great Turkey. And, of course, neither NATO nor the orientation to the West or attempts to break into Europe, where nobody waits for you, of course, are not the way [for Turkey]. The way is the strengthening of its sovereignty and Alliance with the great Russia, which our President has done great.

The Hill: Turkey is a strategically important partner of the United States

Meanwhile, the key advisers of President-elect Donald trump to publicly acknowledge the role of Turkey for the United States and oppose granting criminal Gulen asylum.
So, in the us political newspaper The Hill, Lieutenant-General Michael Flynn says that the United States is asked to issue a Turkish preacher, organizer of the coup attempt of Fethullah Gulen in Turkey. We will remind, at the moment, Gulen lives in the United States, in Pennsylvania, where he owns a chain of private schools.

The author emphasizes that Turkey is strategically the most important partner of the United States in the middle East, as well as the main ally in the fight against terrorists “Islamic State” (banned in Russia) in Iraq and Syria. However, the Obama administration preferred to keep Erdogan in the distance.

Assessment Flynn, the reason for the disagreement between Washington and Ankara became a criminal gülen, which the PA refuses to extradite. Moreover, Lieutenant-General draws attention to the relationship with the Fund Gulen Cosmos Foundation that supports its schools, and is also the main donor Fund for Clinton. In this regard, it is not surprising that bill Clinton once described Fethullah Gulen as a friend.
So, says Flynn, the United States should not provide refuge to Fethullah Gulen and remember who their “real friends”. Foreign policy must be adjusted to recognize the Turkey as a priority.

Thus, Trump's circle is already showing the correct orientation and emphasis in foreign policy. In addition, there was a potential threefold Alliance – Putin, trump, Erdogan – in which leaders are guided by national priorities and are capable of making the country great again.

четвъртък, 12 януари 2017 г.

Are you kidding me? You are kdidding me!

Trump was confronted in a briefing with a dossier by the CIA, which supposedly contained information on possibility of Russian blackmail against him through sex tapes, compromates etc, which turned out to be poorly substantiated and was immediately blasted by Trump (along with the CIA) as fake. This, along Russia's denial, serves to disperse suspicions that Trump and Russia are involved in a love-hate relationship in any way.

Trump blasts intel officials: 'Are we living in Nazi Germany?'

Whats more interesting is that the agent, who gathered the dubious info on Russian tensions with Trump, was the same guy who uncovered Russia's role in the Litvinenko hit.... The media, of course, quickly and generously supplied a biography of the MI6 agent, who was head of the bureau in Russia and, because bearing a personal grudge against Russia, was, in the mind of the reader, obviously trying to frame the Russian government at every opportunity.... So we are led to believe that Russia had no role in Litvinenko's hit! Watch how the media craftily dismantle his and the services' credibility and present Russia as innocent as well. This MI6 operative, Steele, must be a part of the greater psychodrama before the days of Litvvinenko, following orders from Moscow to suicide his credibility with this "dossier". What a dirty game of theater! ]

Donald Trump dossier: intelligence sources vouch for author's credibility

Ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele, named as writer of Donald Trump memo, is ‘highly regarded professional’

His denials – at least some of them – were emphatic, even by the standards that Donald Trump has come to be judged by. The dossier, he said, was a confection of lies; he compared it to Nazi propaganda; it was fake news spread by sick people.

At his press briefing on Wednesday, the president-elect dared the world’s media to scrutinise the 35 pages of claims, before throwing down a challenge – where’s the proof? Nobody had any. Case closed.
But in the rush to trample all over the dossier and its contents, one key question remained. Why had America’s intelligence agencies felt it necessary to provide a compendium of the claims to Barack Obama and Trump himself?

And the answer to that lies in the credibility of its apparent author, the ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele, the quality of the sources he has, and the quality of the people who were prepared to vouch for him. In all these respects, the 53-year-old is in credit.

On Thursday night, as the former spy was in hiding, having fled his home in the south-east of England, former colleagues rallied to defend him. One described him as “very credible” – a sober, cautious and meticulous professional with a formidable record.

The former Foreign Office official, who has known Steele for 25 years and considers him a friend, said: “The idea his work is fake or a cowboy operation is false – completely untrue. Chris is an experienced and highly regarded professional. He’s not the sort of person who will simply pass on gossip.”
The official added: “If he puts something in a report, he believes there’s sufficient credibility in it for it to be worth considering. Chris is a very straight guy. He could not have survived in the job he was in if he had been prone to flights of fancy or doing things in an ill-considered way.”

That is the way the CIA and the FBI, not to mention the British government, regarded him, too. It’s not hard to see why.

A Cambridge graduate, Steele was one of the more eminent Russia specialists for the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). The Guardian understands that he focused on Soviet affairs after joining the agency, and spent two years living in Moscow in the early 1990s.
This was a period when Russia and the breakup of the eastern bloc were still the prime focus for Britain’s intelligence agencies, and a successful spell in the region was a good way to get on.
By all accounts, that’s exactly what Steele did. And his interest in Russia did not diminish as he continued to rise up the ranks, a friend and contemporary of Alex Younger – now head of MI6.

Over a career that spanned more than 20 years, Steele performed a series of roles, but always appeared to be drawn back to Russia; he was, sources say, head of MI6’s Russia desk. When the agency was plunged into panic over the poisoning of its agent Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, the then chief, Sir John Scarlett, needed a trusted senior officer to plot a way through the minefield ahead – so he turned to Steele. It was Steele, sources say, who correctly and quickly realised that Litvinenko’s death was a Russian state “hit”.
As good as he was, Steele was unlikely to get the top MI6 job, perhaps because his specialisms were not a priority in that period – Russian espionage was taking a back seat to Islamic terrorism and non-state threats. And, of course, there is money to be made in the private sector – lots of it, particularly in the past two years. He decided to quit the service in 2009.

As the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, exerted influence in all kinds of spheres, so Steele’s background made him hot property. Though he could not travel to Russia, he appears to have maintained his contacts and made new ones, using old-school techniques: going out, meeting people, shaking hands, making friends – and paying for information.


With his business partner, Chris Burrows, he set up the London-based company Orbis Business Intelligence, which was busy and expanding. Their operation would have been a good choice for anyone trying to gather intelligence about Russia and Trump.
It is unlikely that Steele would have had direct contact with the unnamed Kremlin officials who allegedly gave sensitive information on the president-elect. In fact, it’s believed the former spy hasn’t been able to visit Russia for more than 20 years. Rather, Steele would have tapped up his network of sources deep inside the country, some of them dating from his time there and others cultivated later, British officials suggested.
In turn, these individuals will have had sources of their own. Steele would likely have subcontracted some of his Trump investigation to trusted intermediaries in Moscow, who will have reported back to him via secure channels.

This method of intelligence collection may explain the odd language anomaly in the Trump dossier that emerged into the public eye late on Tuesday. In a September briefing note, Steele mentions the Alpha-Group, a reference to the consortium headed by the powerful oligarch Mikhail Fridman. The more usual English spelling is Alfa.
Almost certainly, a native Russian speaker wrote the original material, correctly transliterating the Russian “f” as “ph”. It was Steele’s job to collate, evaluate and verify this material before passing it to his American client Fusion GPS, a Washington-based political research firm. The company had been hired originally by one of Trump’s early Republican opponents before the contract was taken up by senior Democrats.

The Foreign Office official who spoke to the Guardian on Thursday acknowledged that the Steele dossier was not perfect. But he pointed out that intelligence reports always came with “gradations of veracity” and included phrases such as “a high degree of probability”. “You aren’t dealing with a binary world where you can say this is true and this isn’t,” the official said.
He added: “The strongest reason for giving this report credence is that intelligence professionals in the US take it seriously. They were sufficiently persuaded by the author’s track record to find the contents worth passing to the president and president-elect.”

The CIA and FBI will have taken various factors into consideration before deciding on its credibility. They could include Trump’s public comments during the campaign, when he urged Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails. The agencies may also have classified, intercepted material provided by the National Security Agency and Britain’s GCHQ.

They must, equally, have considered whether some of the claims in the report might have been part of an elaborate Russian disinformation exercise.This is unlikely. The dossier is multi-dimensional, involving many different people, and many moving parts,” the official suggested.

Sadly, it was a misinformation exercise to help Trump. 

Steele’s personal views on Russia are unlikely to be very different from those of his former employers – or from those of a former UK ambassador to Moscow, who is understood to have passed the dossier to the Republican senator John McCain, who in turn passed it to the FBI.

MI6 has been privately warning that Putin, unchallenged by the west, has grown in confidence and, of course, that the Kremlin has targeted Trump. It would be odd if it hadn’t. The consensus among British securocrats is that “Putin is a wolf … and he preys on the weakest sheep.”

How about collaborating with Trump? There can be a little wolf on the other side of the ocean, can't it? Remember, folks, because of the guardian's indirect expose of the stupidity of the intelligence services, we are led to believe that Trump and Putin are neutral towards each other, or somewhat friendly, but nothing deeper, option 1 "Putin blackmails Trump" ->false ->option 2 "There is nothing between them". From now anyone sniffing the supposed connection would be automatically discredited and not listened to.

But intelligence is not evidence, and Steele would have known, better than anyone, that the information he was gathering was not fact and could be wrong. In the smoke-and-mirrors world of counterespionage, there are few certainties.
Those caveats do not appear on the documents – but they are given by Steele as a warning to prospective new clients.

Whether he could have imagined that a summary of his work would be used in this way is a moot point; Steele did not go to ground in the weeks before Christmas as US media outlets tried to stand up some of the claims against Trump. He was in London, thinking about where to take Orbis next, eating his favourite tapas and pottering around Victoria, the home of his newly refurbished office.
From Moscow’s perspective, the report’s publication can hardly be counted as a success. As a former KGB agent, Putin understands the first rule of intelligence: that special operations should remain secret. “In the world in which Putin operates, if people can see the strings, you’ve failed,” the Foreign Office official said. “The Russians will be asking: ‘How the hell did it get out?’”

 Actually, it is a great success from Moscow's perspective, because it was ordered by Putin. And yes, secrecy is important, but more important is shouting out lies publicly.... or exposing lies directed against yourself....which you planted. We are led to believe that its not that Russia does the whole thing through the british services, but that the services failed and Moscow laughs from the other side of the street.

The spotlight is certainly not something Steele was looking for. He is mainly distrustful of the media – he chooses who to speak to, having been let down, so he has confided to friends, by reporters working for a Sunday newspaper.
After a career in MI6, anonymity is something he has prized. He once asked a journalist if he had ever heard of him. The reporter’s reply was a decisive no. Steele was relieved: “That’s the way I like it.”
Now that his cover has been blown, his next steps are uncertain. The fact that Steele is a British citizen and an outed former MI6 officer makes him relatively secure from any act of Russian revenge. At the moment, the situation may look bleak for Steele. But things can change.

 To add more spice on the drama, the reader and viewer can now imagine themselves to be a part of the spy-movie, where agents' covers are blown. Steele, to cement the role, given to him by the Kremlin, may whisper "mission aborted" and run away from an angry bear. Give me a break.

“This will eventually blow over,” Steele’s friend said. “What you are left with is a effective marketing campaign. He’s a very sober guy, but he also has a sense of humour.”

Media has worked FOR Trump, not against him

Switching on the computer and browsing news pages, I can't escape the constant reminder by the so called alternative media, that the mainstream, legacy, liberal media is politically motivated against Trump.

But if that was the case why would they use unverifiable sources or plain rumours to attack Trump at the last possible moment or rather after he has already been elevated to presidential status? In the era of the internet checking whether a source is genuine is a click away and Trump has been vindicated now how many times against slanders and half-baked news? How can a political attack be so uncalculated and so not tought through? How can the mainstream news channels expose themselves as phoneys so hard? This proves that the media, which attacked Trump and actually gave him more credibility than anything, is politically motivated by the sinister force of eurasianism.