Friday, September 24, 2010


The ambitions of the Devil are to divide humanity so that the factions war with each other and cause destruction to all. Hence, the three religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In our modern age, the nation states have taken the lead in the division of humanity warring against each other, most often with a foundation of religious dissension. As the most destructive force on the planet, the United States leads this war against humanity while proclaiming itself to be the greatest source of good. This mirrors the fundamental tenet of the Identity, "All problems of man in these many centuries come in truth from the active presence of his sworn enemy, namely, Jesus, in his midst in the guise of his friend and saviour." With these concepts in mind, the words of the figurehead of the United States take on all the more meaning.

"President Barack Obama, speaking soon after, echoed the secretary-general, warning that underneath challenges to security and prosperity "lie deeper fears: that ancient hatreds and religious divides are once again ascendant; that a world which has grown more interconnected has somehow slipped beyond our control." "

The secretary-general of the United Nations said, "We hear the language of hate, false divisions between `them' and `us,' those who insist on `their way' or `no way,'"

We have world leaders detailing the plans of Satan.  They speak as though they are against these policies but the actions are far louder than the words.  The impressions of other world leaders corroborate this assertion,

"Just ahead of Obama's speech, Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorin sharply criticized the United States, saying that the 2003 invasion of Iraq demonstrated that the "blind faith in intelligence reports tailored to justify political goals must be rejected." "We must ban once and for all the use of force inconsistent with international law," Amorin told the General Assembly, adding that all international disputes should be peacefully resolved through dialogue. Qatar's Emir Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani declared that terrorism "should not be treated by waging wars." He blamed wars fought to combat terrorism for spreading destruction, causing the death and displacement of millions of people "as well as economic and financial crises that shook the stability of the world and undermined the efforts made in dialogue among cultures. "What we fear is for the war on terrorism to turn into commercial transactions, financial contracts and armies of mercenaries who kill outside of any international and human legitimacy," the emir said. "These are all very dangerous things.""

Dangerous doesn't begin to describe the predicament we are in.  Dangerous is exposing these truths.  Satanic is the word for the destruction of human beings to satisfy personal, political, or papal ambitions.  We will never all be Christians.  We will never all be Muslims.  We are, however, all humans.  Any murder justified by these divisions is Satanic and orchestrated by Jesus.  For once, take the words of Jesus seriously, "Listen then, those that have ears to hear."

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