Sunday, June 26, 2011

Liquidation of Germany in sight? [Syria etc. as collateral earthquake?]

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For recent Middle East facts, and instigated by comments on my last posts on ABE, .....

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Blogger mavri said...

Avles ,please put aside for a couple of days your ghosts real or imagined
and you, who are speaking German, try to see if they are preparing something big in berlin on 26 06 2011

dankeschön

4:30 AM

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From: http://avlesbeluskesexposed.blogspot.com/2011/06/compassion.html


.....here some 'ruminations' about a possible incoming false flag attack in Berlin (sorry, CIA and Kolvenbach didn't tell me if they'll use explosive airplanes or deadly gas, so I try the investigate at least the world environment).

Two alternatives:

1) The usual version: they are preparing to destroy Syria (and Iran, etc.)

2) My view: Syria is cleaning (using as alibi the rioters) the inner country from the "dangerous element" having in sight a very delicate phase of the WDG life. Jesuit trained Mario "Tetzel" Draghi is going to become the chief clerk for the Central Indulgences Office of Europe ("European Central bank"); Germany is in liquidation (for example see the Escherichia Community affair, the infection in France by German Lidl, the liquidation of the nuclear German power implants etc.); the Kremlin, with the most of probability, must substitute, as leading role in Eurasia, Germany. Hence Germany is a country no more necessary to the (un) -Holy See after the enlargement from Ireland to the Straits of Bering. This colossal theological, religious and ideological earthquake, like the physical ones, is moving zones of the human world sphere very distant from the epicenter (Rome, Berlin, Moscow);
Don't worry if the acquittal of Moscow to the Libyan NATO terrorist bombings could be considered the price paid for a Moscow denial to intervention in Syria. Of course also China opposed, because China will see Rome openly and directly bordering her borders till Kamchatka. Russia will have enormous power and must find an agreement with the bordering Islamic galaxy. No worry if they will try a Big One in Berlin (or similar, "Zionist Al Qaeda" against the "righteous" appointment of a Jesuit trained Draghi, "Zionism" exploiting the financial and economical crisis,.... ).

And here an interesting news from April. Relating this world earthquake. I was instigated by a today article on Il Piccolo daily of Trieste. Jesuit Bishop of Aleppo is today in Venice, by his friend Scola (the one very 'appreciated' on The Unhived Mind), for a meeting: "Middle East: going where? new laicity and unexpected events from Africa" (approximative quick translation of mine). Chaldean bishop Audo deeply criticizes the Sunnis and defends the govt. of Assad (see the Constantine brotherhood membership of Assad). He fears a mass escape of the 'Christians' from Syria. With him agrees also the patriarch of Alexandria of Egypt (*) (pushing Coptic people to accept pope under the threat of "Islamic violence"? Using the "terrorism of Sunnis" as baton?). He added that Christians and Muslims today in Egypt "are united" (Roman Catho-Islamic steel pact?). In any case, to unify North Eurasia under Rome's rule, it created a world wide earthquake (911, Afghanistan, I mean also the first one of Soviet invasion, etc.). Logical that Germany and Amber Path are destined to the be thrown in the history discharge:

(notice on the original page the infamous Romish Holy Sepulchre's order cross - for further information go to The Unhived Mind forum)


Bishop Audo: Syrian Christians Support President Assad

by Edward Pentin | April 28, 2011

URL: http://www.terrasanta.net/tsx/articolo.jsp?wi_number=3030&wi_codseq=%20%20%20%20%20%20&language=en

The Caldean Bishop of Aleppo, Antoine Audo.

(Milan) - The international community is exaggerating the crisis in Syria which has been staged mainly by outsiders, according to Bishop Antoine Audo, the Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo. The Jesuit who has been bishop of the diocese since 1992, spoke with Terrasanta.net April 27th about his concerns over the protests, but stressed that Syria is no Iraq and that President Bashar Assad remains popular, also among Christians. On Wednesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 453 civilians have so far been killed during almost six weeks of demonstrations. The UN Human Rights Council will hold a special session on Friday to discuss the military crackdown.

Your Excellency, what is the situation like in Aleppo, and what are your reflections on the current situation in Syria as a whole?
Currently, Aleppo is very calm and very normal. The people of Aleppo have shown themselves to be very wise people. They don't want the destruction of the country. We believe in the possibility of reform, as the president and the government are doing. So this is the situation. We have been surprised to discover that in the international media there is an exaggeration of the situation. It's not objective information [being transmitted] but manipulation of the information. Generally the Syrian people are very calm. They understand the situation and are able to analyse it. They don't want the destruction of our country, as they saw happen in Iraq and other countries.

So you wouldn't say the situation was similar to the uprising in Egypt?
No, Syria is a very different country. There is diversity here and education – the people are well informed, even if there are some problems. But this [crisis] will finish in some days, we hope.

Do you think President Assad will be able to stay in power?
I think so. He's a very loved man, young and well educated, and he's working in the interests of Syria. Syria is not a perfect country – as all countries [in the Middle East], we have had difficulties with the international and economic situation. But I think he [Assad] is doing very well and wants to serve the interests of Syria. He's defending our country with great dignity.

Some have made comparisons between Libya and Syria, saying that Syria could be the next country to see some kind of international military intervention. Could this happen?
I don't think so. It's very difficult on account of the level of education, of openness. They [the international community] don't know what Syria is like. As I said, there's great ethnic and religious diversity here. Secondly, there's a sense of patriotism. The Syrian people love their country. We are not like Libya, a tribal society. In Libya, for instance, there's practically no Christian presence. Here, 10 percent of the population are Christians and all are with President Assad. I'd say 90 percent of Syrians are with the president. Those who are making trouble are coming from outside. They have their own interests and are being pushed. They have taken money from abroad to serve foreign interests.

Is Islamism a risk to the country?
Perhaps, yes. It's very easy to manipulate such a kind of extremist group by other groups. But as I said, 90 percent of the population loves our president, government, and has done for 30-40 years. In Syria one can make a positive assessment: we have universities, good education. We have the problem of a large number of youth with diplomas from university who need work, but that's the problem of the economy. I believe this crisis will be resolved in the months ahead.

But what are your views on reports of the crackdown on protesters by security forces?
I think it's been done out of self defence. Up until now they [the security forces] hadn't attacked anyone, but after a month of killing police and soldiers, and destroying official institutions, I think the police have the right to defend themselves, but only to act in self defence, not to attack and kill people. We can say that with objectivity.

Yet instead of the violent suppression of protesters, wouldn't it be better to make Syria fully democratic?
Yes, but that needs time. Every country has his own way of democracy. We heard a lot about democracy and freedom from the U.S. in Iraq, and we see now the results of U.S. democracy and freedom in Iraq – how the country came to be destroyed. And the first to lose were the Christians of Iraq. We must say that, what the U.S. did in Iraq, we don't want repeated in Syria. They have to understand this reality.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

From Dingle Bay to the Straits of Bering: the true cause of the contemporary events shaking the world

http://avlesbeluskesexposed.blogspot.com/2011/04/from-dingle-bay-to-straits-of-bering.html




Above image - "...Eurasia is a continent or supercontinent covering about 52,990,000 km2 (20,846,000 mi2) or about 10.6% of the Earth's surface (36.2% of the land area) located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. Geographically it is a single continent,[1] comprising the traditional continents of Europe and Asia (with Eurasia being a portmanteau of the two); the concepts of Europe and Asia as distinct continents date back to antiquity and their borders are geologically arbitrary. Eurasia, in turn, is part of the yet larger landmass of Afro-Eurasia, whereby Eurasia is joined to Africa at the Isthmus of Suez.

Eurasia is inhabited by almost 4 billion people, more than 72.5% of the world's population (60% in Asia and 12.5% in Europe)......"
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurasia


(*) .......The Church belongs to the Oriental Orthodox family of churches, which has been a distinct church body since the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451......
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coptic_Orthodox_Church_of_Alexandria

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(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)
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