I always predict that the next year will be interesting, and I’m always right. Well, I’m always right on that word, ‘interesting’. The rest of my predictions tend to be less than accurate.
So, interesting events will abound. The question is whether they will be sufficiently benign for you to survive them. I suspect that the body count won’t escalate until we hit 2018. But, the wreckage of the financial system might leave you with very little to show for all of your hard work.
But, let’s take a few moments to look at what I think about the coming year.
What a week. We had the memorial for 9/11. Hillary went from deplorable to… almost on the floor. The Saudis are increasingly desperate to keep 9/11 out of the US legal system. Desperation is increasingly seen in the mainstream media, political parties and the financial system. We are seeing signs of a coming government ownership of stocks that will morph into outright ownership of companies. And then, I saw signs that Russia and Ethiopia are getting cozy.
The Elections are almost here, and the banksters have been trying to hold back the deluge of bad news, to get their candidate into the White House. And, they only have two months left to do it. But, that’s not all the news.
We have a big ecumenical meeting set to take place in Jerusalem. Ecumenicism is at the core of the Antichrist movement, so this doesn’t come as a surprise.
A big alien story has arrived. Since the Jesuits are really into alien stories, I’m betting that there’s some Jesuit involvement in this.
Without complexity, the Antichrist system cannot rise and take over, but it is also that complexity that makes this rising system vulnerable. That lesson was brought home to me this week, when my computer – through my own ‘best laid plans’ – did not act as intended.
I thank God that My computer is now acting as intended. God wins through simplicity. Satan can only win through complexity.
As the events of these Last Days unfold, we begin to see more and more evidence of Satan’s war with God – along with the undeniable fact that Satan cannot win. The Bible indicates when Satan figures this out – when he’s cast out of heaven.
The other problem that Satan has is his inability to work directly. Satan only has a very small slice of society that obey him. The rest of society needs to be… maneuvered and manipulated. And, society can’t be allowed to see that manipulation, or they will bolt for the exits.
The events of this day and age, force us to contemplate evil. It is everywhere and seeks for a foothold in our hearts. It encroaches on our lives and the lives of those that we love. And, it seems to have exploded onto the world with a ferocity unseen for thousands of years.
There has been no time in human history, as evil as the time in which we live. The only eras that might compare to it were the days of Noah, as well as Sodom and Gomorrah.
But, why now?
What allowed us to become so evil?
Part of the answer is in the title of this piece, and it bears thinking about. Deeply.
War has flared in the Caucasus region, with Azerbaijan launching attacks against Armenia. The Panama Papers has set the political hens squawking. I have some more on Israel. And, the political Armageddon that is scheduled for November might not wait for election day.
My grandma used to call this a bunch of fuss and feathers. Unfortunately, my grandmother isn’t around to share her wisdom with us, so you’re stuck with me. Actually, it’s probably good that she isn’t here to see how awful and foolish her country has become.
It’s going to be a long, hot summer, and I really hope that you’ll be ready for this.
There are times when people offer such a profound perspective, that I need to stop writing and let THEM speak. Today, I present to you an example of that.
It is a rare thing to see such exceptional writing from someone who isn’t a native English speaker. And, when that person offers thoughts and ideas that are deeply profound… well, like I said, I want them to do the talking.
Michael Stenger sent me just such an article, from Switzerland. And, I am deeply impressed by what he has written.
I encourage you to read all of it and think about what he has to say.