Pope Benedict XVI's Unbalanced View of Iraq and the NWO
Fri Apr 13, 2007 01:17

 
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POPE BENEDICT XVI's UNBALANCED VIEW OF IRAQ AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER

NEW YORK, NEW YORK * 9 APRIL 2007 Citizen of the USA Stephen M. St. John addresses the international community in Washington and here in New York City, all members of the US Congress as well as other organizations and individuals, public and private, and, having reflected on Pope Benedict XVI's recent statement in his Urbi et Orbi message that "nothing positive comes from Iraq, torn apart by continual slaughter as the civilian population flees," notes that a balanced statement would have included the observation that nothing positive goes into Iraq inasmuch as the 2003 invasion and subsequent occupation were unjustified, immoral, illegal, ill-advised and based on lies about what happened on 9/11 and WMDs in Iraq. Surely the Nuremberg principles apply in this case!

The idea that bad input begets bad output motivated Pope Benedict's predecessor, Pope John Paul II, to speak out against the then-impending Anglo-American-Zionist aggression against Iraq and subsequent events have vindicated his prescient judgment. Would that John Paul had only spoken out sooner against the US Congress in 1997 when, in the seventh year of the thirteen-year BIG LIE about WMD's in Iraq, $93 million were appropriated to raise up traitors against the nation and people of Iraq, a flagrant interference in its internal affairs!

Indeed, as President Bush's praxis of evil vies against a fabricated axis of evil, the cup of treason is passed all around. How unlike JFK, who sought to pass the torch of freedom in a two-way street diplomacy that, had he lived, would have stopped the Zionist regime's nuclear weapons threat and a concomitant arms race for countervailing unconventional forces in the region. Would that Pope Benedict now speak out against the psychopathic Zionist Neoconservative agenda for world domination, which was behind the plot against Afghanistan and Iraq.

But why the silence? Last evening there was a massive police presence at the synagogues here in New York City. Is there really any wonder that a people who are plotting the next deadly move against Iran would need such elaborate protection? But why doesn't Pope Benedict raise his voice against this war mongering people if he is so concerned that "nothing good comes from Iraq"? Does he want nothing good coming from Iran too? Why the silence?

Inasmuch as Iranians are not Arabs, and the Zionists always say the Arabs only understand violence, and now the Zionists intend grievous harm to the Iranians, is it not fair to say that the Zionists only understand violence? From the assassinations of the Romanovs to the bombing of the King David Hotel to the deaths and dispossessions of thousands upon thousands of Palestinians and Lebanese, isn't it apparent that the Zionists only understand violence?

Pope Benedict knows full well that the oral tradition of the Pharisees, which Jesus strongly condemned, is now in the written form comprising the Talmud, which by any objective standard is a hateful, racist document deserving universal condemnation. And surely Pope Benedict knows that the Jews who dominate the psychopathic Zionist Neoconservative agenda have a Talmudic orientation. As it was written by the prophet Daniel, "knowledge shall be increased"; the wonderful invention of cyberspace now makes the Talmud available for all to inspect at http://www.come-and-hear.com. There is no longer any excuse for not knowing about this clear and present danger to peace.

Some theologians view the European Union as the prophesied seventh and final manifestation of the Holy Roman Empire, and at least one other theologian has wondered if the USA itself is the latest incarnation of the Roman Empire because of its unrivaled military might and presence around the globe. Perhaps there is room for a middle interpretation, that the Roman Empire is indeed back for its short, final fling but this time its elites have contracted out the toil of colonization to the Americans who sincerely believe they are working both for themselves and for the good of mankind.

What will be will be. Yet in the meantime, as President Putin courageously reminded the nations of the earth not long ago in Munich, there are certain behaviors of the USA which are born of the arrogance of power and simply cannot be tolerated. There is no need to enumerate them here; rather, the current dynamic of US foreign policy is summed up best by the late Mafioso capo Sam Giancana: "Don't ever forget that I'm the Justice of the Peace. If they do what I want, we'll take care of them. And if they don't, well, we'll take care of that too." The Giancana Doctrine! Roll over Monroe!

Four original signatory states of the UN are the latest victims: Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran. The UN Charter was simply thrown out the window in these cases. The Vatican and Germany pushed for the dissolution of Yugoslavia which opened the floodgates of violence. Are the rules of the Kingdom of God uniform?

 

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