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Offline poche

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« Reply #75 on: October 11, 2012, 04:44:45 AM »
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  • We need to pray for these poor people, in particular for the Christians who have to live there.
     :pray: :pray: :pray:

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    « Reply #76 on: October 11, 2012, 11:18:36 AM »
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  • Quote from: Ethelred
    They can't wait to start this war...


    Empty words Ethelred.  There is no evidence for this, in fact, the evidence is to the contrary (they are cautious against escalation while recognizing that they cannot stand idly while being shelled.  It's politically untanable)


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    « Reply #77 on: October 12, 2012, 06:43:40 AM »
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  • Quote from: Belloc
    Ethelred, true, to get back on topic from a smug debunker from Cananda, we are looking at beginning of WWIII I think..Celente had some rather hammering points on this a few days back, pulled no punches....

    and to say there is no NWO, is rather foolish and slams most trads here, in clergy (say Williamson, Gruner, Kramer,etc)......keep taking that walk.....the IMax is on a fellow with no discernment nor Catholic sensus.......


    NWO? Is that the US-Zionist domination of mankind? I have heard that this NWO is/will be UN controlled. So far, not a single UN resolution that has gone against Israel has been implemented. The Palestinians keep losing more of their land each day. The UN sanctioned US action in Iraq (and Libya?).
    Fr Gruner? His apostolate will run and run until the Pope and ALL the bishops ( entire pack Novus Ordo) consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. He will be monitoring it to make sure ALL do it. If some dont want to do it, or are sick or in hospital, or are traveling on that date, or get caught in traffic , then SORRY - it has to be done again ...and... Gruner's apostolate continues ....

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    « Reply #78 on: August 21, 2013, 07:43:16 PM »
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  • This is nonsense.

    Supposedly, we are to believe the Syrian government is turning chemical weapons on residential areas.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2398691/Syria-Nerve-gas-attack-near-Damascus-kills-1-300-including-women-children.html

    This stinks of lies.  It's clear that Western powers badly want Syria liquidated.  

    When will this insanity end.  

    Pair this with Obama's half-brother running the financial international wing of the Muslim Brotherhood, and I'd say ...

    ... I don't know what to say.  I'm speechless.

    This crap's got to end.
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    « Reply #79 on: August 21, 2013, 10:36:24 PM »
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  • No way Assad would have made that kind of move with journalists in his backyard; I haven't found even ardent O-supporters who believe that claptrap. Putin probably rolled his eyes at the NWO's latest attempt to damage Syria, and will continue to back Syria regardless of the West's "journalism".

    (These journalists, seriously  :facepalm: They just take their paychecks and repeat the party line now.)
    Legem credendi, lex statuit supplicandi

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    « Reply #80 on: August 21, 2013, 10:39:22 PM »
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  • This is what happens when Jews and their lying supporters run amok.

    It makes absolutely no sense for Bashar Assad to do this.

    However, those who've sold their souls to Jews will squawk "tin foil hat"

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    « Reply #81 on: August 21, 2013, 11:56:21 PM »
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  • Quote from: Telesphorus
    This is what happens when Jews and their lying supporters run amok.

    It makes absolutely no sense for Bashar Assad to do this.



    Yup.  I hope that the world will see through this.  I'll bet Webster Tarpley will have something to say about it, for sure.  (For what his opinion's worth, that is.)
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    « Reply #82 on: August 26, 2013, 06:40:08 PM »
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  • And so it begins.  Britain and France want NATO to attack Syria this week, without consulting the UN or their respective parliaments.

    Russia is giving the clearest warnings that there are going to be consequences if they go ahead.

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    In an apparent last ditch attempt to forestall United States, British and French preparations to strike targets in Syria, Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister insisted that it is so far “impossible” to know who was behind the attacks and said he was “astonished” by the rhetoric coming from Western capitals.

    “We are especially concerned to hear talk coming from London and Paris suggesting that Nato could take the lead in bombing in Syria without Security Council approval. This is a very slippery slope,” said Mr Lavrov.

    “Any military action without Security Council approval would be a grave violation of international law."

    “Such actions [would contradict] the accord signed by the G8 leaders earlier this year, which says in black and white that any information on the use of chemical weapons in Syria should be thoroughly investigated and submitted to the United Nations Security Council."

    Mr Lavrov, who said he had a “lengthy” telephone conversation with John Kerry, the US Secretary of State, on the matter yesterday, refused to be drawn on what action Russia might take should strikes take place.

    He said Mr Kerry had no concrete answer when asked how the US would ensure that any intervention would improve the situation in the country, rather than make it worse.

    Asked whether Russia would change its stance should it be proved that Assad regime forces were responsible, he said it was up to the UN inspectors to determine whether an attack had taken place and up to the UN Security Council to determine guilt.

    But Mr Lavrov suggested that video footage that appeared of the aftermath of the alleged attack had been faked, and that if an attack had taken place place it was carried out by the rebels.

    “We should check all the information circulating on the internet – there are many comments by experts from the US, Britain and other countries saying these videos are not credible. Information on some blogs says videos were posted hours before the attacks were announced,” he said.

    “And there is another question – what were all these people doing in one place? Why are the doctors tending to them not wearing protective gear?”

    His comments came shortly after UN inspectors came under sniper fire while travelling to the site of last week’s alleged chemical weapon attack.

    Mr Lavrov called the attack on the inspectors part of a systematic pattern of undermining efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the civil war in Syria.



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    « Reply #83 on: August 26, 2013, 06:44:54 PM »
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  • And meanwhile, Israel is targeting Iran.

    Things look like getting pretty hot, pretty quickly.

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    On Sunday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press," speaking out against Iran and against the idea that going to war with Iran would be worse than a nuclear Iran.

    Netanyahu, who got in a spat with the White House this week over defining the "red lines" which Iran cannot cross before America endorses military action, told host David Gregory, "I mean I heard some people suggest, David, I actually read this in the American press. They said, "Well, you know, if you take action, that's a lot worse than having Iran with nuclear weapons."

    Some have even said that Iran with nuclear weapons would stabilize the Middle East, stabilize the Middle East. I think the people who say this have set a new standard for human stupidity."

    Although Israel does not seem to have any plans for an immediate attack on Iran, the rhetoric has been ratcheted up in recent days, which made Netanyahu's interview all the more important.


    Here are some highlights from Netanyahu's "Meet the Press" interview:

    1) On Iran

    GREGORY:
    Is it your view that this administration is either unwilling or unable to stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon?

    PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  No. President Obama has said that he’s determined to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons and I appreciate that and I respect that.

    I think implicit in that is that if you’re determined to prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons, it means you’ll act before they get nuclear weapons.

    And I can tell you David that Iran has been placed with some clear red lines on a few matters and they have avoided crossing them. So I think that as they get closer and closer and closer to the achievement of weapons grade material, and they are very close, they are six months away from being about ninety percent of having the enriched uranium for an atom bomb, I think that you have to place that red line before them now before it’s-- it’s too late. That was the point that I was making.

    GREGORY: As a prime minister of Israel, has Iran crossed your red line?

    PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU:  Well, the way I would say it David is they are in the red zone. You know, they are in the last 20 yards.

    And you can’t let them cross that goal line.  

    You can’t let them score a touchdown because that would have unbelievable consequences, grievous consequences, for the peace and security of us all-- of the world really.


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    « Reply #84 on: August 27, 2013, 12:26:20 AM »
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  • Syrian Government Never used Poison Gas on its own People:


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    « Reply #85 on: August 27, 2013, 05:50:45 AM »
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  • Assad had nothing to gain and everything to lose by gassing his own people.

    The rebels were trained and supplied by the US, UK and Saudi Arabia.  They were certainly capable of doing it and had the motive.

    This is just another false flag to justify inflaming the war in the Mid East.

    It's not going to end well.

    I wonder if recent rumblings from the Church about consecrations to OLF are somehow related.

    Or two popes consecrating the Vatican to St Michael and one of them a bishop in white retiring from the world to a life of prayer and repentance.



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    « Reply #86 on: August 27, 2013, 06:30:34 AM »
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  • Behold Damascus shall cease to be a city, and shall be as a ruinous heap of stones. [2] The cities of Aroer shall be left for flocks, and they shall rest there, and there shall be none to make them afraid. [3] And aid shall cease from Ephraim, and the kingdom from Damascus: and the remnant of Syria shall be as the glory of the children of Israel: saith the Lord of hosts. [4] And it shall come to pass in that day, that the glory of Jacob shall be made thin, and the fatness of his flesh shall grow lean. [5] And it shall be as when one gathereth in the harvest that which remaineth, and his arm shall gather the ears of corn: and it shall be as he that seeketh ears in the vale of Raphaim.

    [6] And the fruit thereof that shall be left upon it, shall be as one cluster of grapes, and as the shaking of the olive tree, two or three berries in the top of a bough, or four or five upon the top of the tree, saith the Lord the God of Israel. [7] In that day man shall bow down himself to his Maker, and his eyes shall look to the Holy One of Israel. [8] And he shall not look to the altars which his hands made: and he shall not have respect to the things that his fingers wrought, such as groves and temples. [9] In that day his strong cities shall be forsaken, as the ploughs, and the corn that were left before the face of the children of Israel, and thou shalt be desolate. [10] Because thou hast forgotten God thy saviour, and hast not remembered thy strong helper: therefore shalt thou plant good plants, and shalt sow strange seed.

    Isaias Chapter 17

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    « Reply #87 on: August 27, 2013, 09:08:30 AM »
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  • In all sober truth, the "situation in Syria" and the Middle East has but one name now:

    Armageddon.

    The Wolves of Hell are unleashed and this Ultimate Battle is only for the brave.

    Our women should pray, but our men had damned well be getting ready to fight...


    Pax Christi


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    « Reply #88 on: August 27, 2013, 09:39:59 AM »
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    http://rt.com/news/uk-us-military-strike-syria-027/

    “Warplanes and military transporters” have reportedly been moved to Britain’s Akrotiri airbase in Cyprus in the latest sign of the allied forces’ preparations for a military strike on Syria amid bellicose rhetoric against the Syrian government.

    Two commercial pilots who regularly fly from Larnaca, Cyprus, claim to have spotted C-130 transport planes from their own aircraft and small formations of possibly European fighter jets from their radar screens, according to the Guardian.

    Akrotiri airbase is less than 100 miles from Syria, making it a likely hub for a bombing campaign. Residents near the airfield confirmed to the Guardian that “activity there has been much higher than normal over the past 48 hours.”

    The upsurge in flight activity has been denied by a spokesman for Britain's airbases in Cyprus, Reuters reported, also citing Cyprus’s Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides as saying that he doubted the airbases would be used if Western powers did take action against Syria.  

    “I have the impression that the British bases won't play any primary role... because they are not needed, but we will have to see," Kasoulides told Cypriot state radio.

    Downing Street says armed forces are drawing up contingency plans for military action in Syria, Reuters reported.

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday recalled members of parliament from their summer break for an urgent discussion. The session is due to be held on Thursday to vote on a possible military response to the alleged chemical attack in Syria.

    Meanwhile, top military officials from ten Western and Middle Eastern nations – led by US Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey and his Jordanian counterpart – met in Amman, Jordan, to discuss potential military action in Syria. This follows reports that Dempsey presented potential military options to the White House over the weekend.

    On Friday, Reuters revealed the US Navy was expanding its Mediterranean presence with a fourth ship capable launching long-range, subsonic cruise missiles to reach land targets in Syria.




    "TEN Western and Middle Eastern nations"??

    Lord have mercy on us poor sinners.

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    « Reply #89 on: August 27, 2013, 12:32:49 PM »
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  • Even though WND routinely shills for Israel, sometimes they get it right:

    http://www.wnd.com/2013/08/video-shows-rebels-launching-gas-attack-in-syria/
    "Jesus was the fruit of Mary, as Elizabeth expressed it: 'Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.' Whoever wishes for the fruit, must go to the tree; whoever wishes for Jesus must go to Mary; and he who finds Mary, also certain

     

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