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  • D. Harvey

    Real and Physical Evidence of Last Days

    In 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte, with his military, took engineers, surveyors,

    astronomers, and archaeologist with him to learn more about the Mysteries of

    Ancient Egypt.

    His scientist surveyed, measured, explored, and made many detailed drawings of

    the Great Pyramid of Giza, which stands today.

    Isaiah 2:2 And it shall come to pass in the last days,

    Isaiah 19:19 In that day shall there be an altar to the LORD in the midst of

    the land of Egypt, and a pillar at the border thereof to the LORD.

    The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt; was the dividing line between Upper Egypt and

    Lower Egypt, and the great pyramid is in the midst of Egypt.

    Isaiah 19:20 And it shall be for a sign and for a witness unto the LORD of

    hosts in the land of Egypt: for they shall cry unto the LORD because of the

    oppressors, and he shall send them a saviour, and a great one, and he shall

    deliver them.

  • neil sutherland

    attention Egypt President and (which I created in new egypt constitution) ‘national security council’: ‘THEY’RE TERRIFIED THAT PEACE WAS GOING TO BREAK OUT’ – RON PAUL ON US SYRIA STRIKE
    Speaking to RT, Ron Paul said that there is no proof of Damascus’ guilt that could trigger such a rash and violent response from the US
    RT – APRIL 9, 2017
    “A victory of neo-conservatives” – that’s how Ron Paul, a former member of the US House of Representatives and three-time presidential candidate, described the US strike on Syria, adding that he does not expect peace talks to resume any time soon.
    Speaking to RT, Ron Paul said that there is no proof of Damascus’ guilt that could trigger such a rash and violent response from the US.
    “I don’t think the evidence is there, at least it hasn’t been presented, and they need a so-called excuse, they worked real hard, our government and their coalition.”
    This is not the first time something like this has happened in Syria or elsewhere, Paul said, but now it is convenient to pay attention and react immediately.
    “If any of this was true, I don’t know why they couldn’t wait and take a look at it. In 2013, there were similar stories that didn’t go anywhere, because with a little bit of a pause, there was a resistance to it built in our Congress and in the American people. They thought that it was a fraud and nothing like that was happening, and right now, I just can’t think of how it could conceivably be what they claim, because it’s helping ISIS, because it’s helping Al-Qaeda.”
    “From my point of view, there was no need to rush. There was no threat to national security. They have to give a reason to do these things,” Paul added.
    A factor that contributed to the speedy reaction was of course the US president, the politician told RT.
    “I have no idea what his purpose was. Maybe he just didn’t want to hear the debate, because the last time they debated it, they lost. And this time, it was necessary for them to jump onto this, before people came to know what was really going on.”
    The Syrian situation now is “a victory for neo-conservatives, who’ve been looking for Assad to go,” Paul said.
    “They want to get rid of him, and you have to look for who is involved in that. Unfortunately, they are the ones who are winning out on this, and the radicals, too! There is a bit of hypocrisy going on here, because at one minute we say, well, maybe Assad has to stay, the next day he has to go, and we’re there fighting ISIS and Al-Qaeda. At the same time, what we end up doing is we actually strengthen them! It is a mess.
    “I don’t believe that our people or the American government should be the policemen of the world, it makes no sense, it causes us more trouble and more grief, it causes us more financial problems, and it’s hardly a way that we could defend our constitutional liberty.”
    This policy clearly does not lead to peace, Paul told RT.
    “The peace talks have ended now. They’re terrified that peace was going to break out! Al-Qaeda was on the run, peace talks were happening, and all of a sudden, they had to change, and this changes things dramatically! I don’t expect peace talks anytime soon or in the distant future.”
    Last but not least, the politician spoke out about the deeper reasons – and potential disastrous consequences – of the latest attack’s timing.
    “I was wondering about the fact that the announcement came when Trump was talking to Xi [Jinping, the Chinese president]. And of course, [North] Korea’s high on the list of targets for our president and our administration. It might be a warning: this is what’s going to happen to you if you don’t do what we tell you. I just don’t like us being involved in so many countries, in their internal affairs; I think it’s so detrimental.”

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  • Abdelrahman Bishr

    When the Arab spring revolutions broke out , the West , Europe and USA leaders hurried up to announce their complete support to liberty of peoples . They went fast to ask presidents to step down their authority . Countries which had weak protests didn’t manage to oust their presidents quickly . Tunisia and Egypt made it quickly . But countries like Libya and Syria didn’t . So the West started arming “opposition” in both countries . They wanted to accelerate the matter and quickly moved their arsenals to Libya to demolish the Libyan army and leave Libya level with the ground ! They did exactly what they aimed at . They killed Gaddafi who had supporters in Libya and cause-belli was ” liberating” Libya ! They claimed they wanted good for people and it’s well known that the war machine costs very much . So they took Billions of Libyan dollars that were outside Libya . But wait , guess what ? Libyans never asked for this ! No Arab would ever ask the West to interfere in one’s country ! Especially militarily ! Ok let’s keep going . They then left Libya alone ! They enforced embargo on arms to Libyan army . So no weapons go there except these for terrorists . MB wanted to rule and created their own government there independent from the recognized Libya government ! ISIS also found fertile soil for themselves there . So ISIS started getting their weapons from the manufacturers by countries like Qatar and Turkey with no one to stop them ! ISIS started expanding there . They are killing Libyan people ! They’re torturing them ! Hey US , hey Europe , we need help ! You can find nothing ! No one is here to help ! At least allow them to “buy” weapons do defend their people ! No , The West finds this comfortable . ISIS sell Libyan oil for nothing . And the USA is the world’s largest oil importer . Now USA stopped importing oil , she doesn’t need it now !

    In Syria , Arab countries don’t manufacture weapons , so who armed the opposition ? Still the West arming them . Syrian crisis started . They kept arming ” the opposition ” and creating ” army” ! Things didn’t stop here , they went on exporting fighters and trainers to the Arab countries to train people to fight ! They spared no effort to make the civil war erupt . Syria is completely destroyed . Syrians were disturbed . If you used to be living in a wealthy family in Syria ago . Get used to it now , now you have to be begging other people to give you your food . You now have to sleep in streets as you became homeless because the West wants to liberate you ! Congratulations on it !

    And after Syrians became refugees , what happened ? Europe ,which moved its arsenals and provided fighters and arms for fighting Syria for the sake of what’s good for Syrians , now refuses to allow you to live ! They don’t want to host Syrians . They represent a crisis for Europe !

    Now Syrians die everyday because of weather , hunger , trying to reach a country to host them , ….. Etc !
    Hey USA , Europe , don’t you see it ? Don’t you see Syrians suffering and dying ? Why don’t you hurry up for help like before , this is your duty ! Does liberation in your dictionary mean destruction in ours ? Is this what you want for people ? Is this what is right for peoples as you think ?

    You created and are supplying ISIS with all what they need even fighters . ISIS is killing us , Arabs , and only us . And as it’s known Arabs are mostly Muslims . However , some of your peoples accuse us of being terrorists!
    Stay out of our internal affairs ! Let us live in our own countries ! Stop funding and supporting terrorism in our countries !

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