Russia is angry. The US is angry. Ukraine is angry. The 30 NATO Nations are angry. China is angry, The People are angry, and hatred is on the increase.

Multitudes, multitudes in the Valley of Decision: for the day of the LORD is near in the Valley of Decision. Joel 3:14

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From: ray ray

Sent: Wednesday, March 9, 2022 6:46 AM
Whether you’re a Believer or an Atheist, if you believe the 24/7 News Today, this world has finally arrived at this point of the Living Bible and the Revelation of Jesus Christ,

And the nations were angry, and your wrath is come, and the time of the dead, that they should be judged, and that you should give reward to your servants the prophets, and to the saints, and them that fear your name, small and great; and should destroy them which destroy the earth […] Therefore rejoice, you heavens, and you that dwell in them. (the kingdom of heaven is WITHIN you) Woe to the inhabitants of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knows that he has but a short time.

The steady escalation Day by Day is inevitably leading this World to the fulfillment of these Biblical Prophecies as written, ‘Behold, I come as a thief – For behold, the Lord shall come with FIRE, and like a tempest, His chariots, to render His anger with FURY, and His rebuke with flames of FIRE. For with fire, will the Lord contend, and with His sword with all flesh, and those slain by the Lord shall be many.’

That will take this form, never possible before our Generations:

The attached files are the Historical SIGNS of that possibility if the Direction is not changed.


The Kansas City Times, September 13, 1976, ‘Prophet Chooses Park For Vigil’

The Kansas City Times, November 2, 1976, (ALL SOULS DAY) ‘Prophet Plans Appeal Of Conviction’

The US put “FIRE and FURY like the World has never seen” on the table in 2017, and it’s still there. The US is the only Power to drop nuclear bombs on Civilian populations when it was the only Nation to have them. If it happened once already, it could happen again.

The United States has been arming and training Ukrainian fascist combatants in secret locations.

  • The CIA training program began in 2015 which suggests there must have been a plan for goading Russia into invading. Nothing would have been left to chance. Strategic planners must have settled on what provocations they would use. (like the threat of NATO membership)
  • Official Washington never thought the Ukrainian army could prevail against a conflict with the Russian Army, which suggests that the media’s stories about “the brave Ukrainian resistance” are reckless propaganda designed to garner greater public support.
  • The country of Ukraine and the Ukrainian people are of no interest to the United States. Ukraine is only valuable in as much as it provides a staging ground (and the manpower) for Washington to prosecute a war against Russia.
  • The clear strategic objective of the CIA program is to create an “Afghanistan-type” quagmire for Russia that will deplete its resources, inflict massive reputational damage, and kill as many Russian servicemen as possible.
  • The ultimate goal of the CIA-generated insurgency is to destroy the Russian economy, isolate the Russian leadership, and send home as many Russian boys in body-bags as possible in order to affect a regime change that will replace arch-rival Putin with a compliant stooge like Ukrainian Puppet Zelensky.
  • All the evidence suggests that the developments on the ground– including the luring of Russian troops into Ukraine– is part of a long-standing strategic plan to prevent the economic integration of Russia and Europe in order to control China’s development and preserve US hegemony into the next century. Thus, current US foreign policy can be summarized in just 10 words: “We’ll deal with Russia first, then move on to China.

For the last 5 years, I’ve commented regularly in The Washington Post in many articles on the US-Russia War since the end of WWII.

February 28 I posted this comment,

When Western governments declare it’s goal and objective is to destroy the Russian Economy without using bombs, Armageddon/WWIII already started.
History proves it’s much easier to start Wars than to end them. It took 20 years and $2 TRILLION for the US to extricate itself from the humiliating defeat in Afghanistan.

I expect Putin will use the ‘nuclear option’ in the Economic War and will turn off Nordstream I, and all oil and gas pipelines passing through Ukraine to keep Western Europe Economies going.

The question will be who can endure material privation and want longer? Russians who are accustomed to it, or Western Europeans who aren’t, when both the Russian and European Economies crash?

The comment was deleted instantly, and I was suspended from making any other comments for a week.

In the past, when I posted a clear incisive comment, The Washington Post just deleted it along with the whole thread in response.

So much for the accusation only Putin censors dissent from the Official Propaganda narrative.

I’m accustomed to that kind of silencing or Cancel Culture. In 1977, I stood up on the Sparks Street Mall in Ottawa, CanaDa to exercise my Democratic Right of Freedom of speech to growing crowds who stopped to listen. The Police stopped the speech even though the Ottawa Newspapers reported the crowd demanded the Police leave me alone to continue speaking.

I was arrested for “shouting causing a disturbance” and locked up in maximum security, solitary confinement, for 5 days before appearing in front of a Judge.

I had about 12 charges at trial, convicted, and put on probation for 1 year with only 1 condition typed in at the bottom of the probation form with these explicit terms, “not to attend on the Sparks Street Mall or any other Street in Ottawa for the purpose of SPEAKING or shouting” and eventually sent to jail for the 1st Time in my life for breach of that UN-Democratic probation.

Getting out of jail, I phoned the Ottawa Citizen Newspaper saying to the News Editor, “you projected a positive image but now would you like to talk about the substance?”

The answer was direct, “you’re not news anymore.” At least in Ottawa. That was not an absolute since after that, newspapers in  CanaDa chronicled my personal Voyage of Faith coast to coast spread over many years.


Continue reading “THE NATIONS ARE ANGRY……”


All US Politicians are obligated in most Christian America to end their speeches with ‘God Bless America!’ President Biden limits that to ‘God Bless OUR Troops!’

The US is the biggest ARMS MERCHANT in the History of Nations, and US Christian Leaders remain BLIND and OBLIVIOUS to this Vision in their Bibles, “‘Not by Military Force, and not by physical strength, but by my Spirit’ says the Lord of Hosts. Mirroring the US government, there are more weapons in private hands than for any other People on Earth reserved unto that Day of Judgment when they will be used by Americans against Americans

Bob Dylan, Masters of War, and the Ukraine Crisis

Red-white-and-blue chauvinism is running wild. Yet there are real diplomatic alternatives to the collision course for war

Fifty-nine years ago, Bob Dylan recorded “With God on Our Side.” You probably haven’t heard it on the radio for a very long time, if ever, but right now you could listen to it as his most evergreen of topical songs:

I’ve learned to hate the Russians
All through my whole life
If another war comes
It’s them we must fight
To hate them and fear them
To run and to hide
And accept it all bravely
With God on my side

In recent days, media coverage of a possible summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin has taken on almost wistful qualities, as though the horsemen of the apocalypse are already out of the barn.

Fatalism is easy for the laptop warriors and blow-dried studio pundits who keep insisting on the need to get tough with “the Russians,” by which they mean the Russian government. Actual people who suffer and die in war easily become faraway abstractions. “And you never ask questions / When God’s on your side.”

During the last six decades, the religiosity of U.S. militarism has faded into a more generalized set of assumptions—shared, in the current crisis, across traditional political spectrums. Ignorance about NATO’s history feeds into the good vs. evil bromides that are so easy to ingest and internalize.

On Capitol Hill, it’s hard to find a single member of Congress willing to call NATO what it has long been: an alliance for war (Kosovo, Afghanistan, Libya) with virtually nothing to do with “defense” other than the defense of vast weapons sales and, at times, even fantasies of regime change in Russia.

The reverence and adulation gushing from the Capitol and corporate media (including NPR and PBS) toward NATO and its U.S. leadership are wonders of thinly veiled jingoism. About other societies, reviled ones, we would hear labels like “propaganda.” Here the supposed truisms are laundered and flat-ironed as common sense.

Glimmers of inconvenient truth have flickered only rarely in mainstream U.S. media outlets, while a bit more likely in Europe. “Biden has said repeatedly that the U.S. is open to diplomacy with Russia, but on the issue that Moscow has most emphasized—NATO enlargement—there has been no American diplomacy at all,” Jeffrey Sachs wrote in the Financial Times as this week began. “Putin has repeatedly demanded that the U.S. forswear NATO’s enlargement into Ukraine, while Biden has repeatedly asserted that membership of the alliance is Ukraine’s choice.”

As Sachs noted, “Many insist that NATO enlargement is not the real issue for Putin and that he wants to recreate the Russian empire, pure and simple. Everything else, including NATO enlargement, they claim, is a mere distraction. This is utterly mistaken. Russia has adamantly opposed NATO expansion towards the east for 30 years, first under Boris Yeltsin and now Putin…. Neither the U.S. nor Russia wants the other’s military on their doorstep. Pledging no NATO enlargement is not appeasement. It does not cede Ukrainian territory. It does not undermine Ukraine’s sovereignty.”

Whether or not they know much about such history, American media elites and members of Congress don’t seem to care about it. Red-white-and-blue chauvinism is running wild. Yet there are real diplomatic alternatives to the collision course for war.

Speaking Monday on Democracy Now!, Katrina vanden Heuvel—editorial director of The Nation and a longtime Russia expert—said that implementing the Minsk accords could be a path toward peace in Ukraine. Also, she pointed out, “there is talk now not just of the NATO issue, which is so key, but also a new security architecture in Europe.”

Desperately needed is a new European security framework, to demilitarize and defuse conflicts between Russia and U.S. allies. But the same approach that for three decades pushed to expand NATO to Russia’s borders is now gung-ho to keep upping the ante, no matter how much doing so increases the chances of a direct clash between the world’s two nuclear-weapons superpowers.

The last U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union before it collapsed, Jack Matlock, wrote last week: “Since President Putin’s major demand is an assurance that NATO will take no further members, and specifically not Ukraine or Georgia, obviously there would have been no basis for the present crisis if there had been no expansion of the alliance following the end of the Cold War, or if the expansion had occurred in harmony with building a security structure in Europe that included Russia.”

But excluding Russia from security structures, while encircling it with armed-to-the-teeth adversaries, was a clear goal of NATO’s expansion. Less obvious was the realized goal of turning Eastern European nations into customers for vast arms sales.

A gripping chapter in “The Spoils of War,” a new book by Andrew Cockburn, spells out the mega-corporate zeal behind the massive campaigns to expand NATO beginning in the 1990s. Huge Pentagon contractors like Lockheed Martin were downcast about the dissolution of the USSR and feared that military sales would keep slumping. But there were some potential big new markets on the horizon.

“One especially promising market was among the former members of the defunct Warsaw Pact,” Cockburn wrote. “Were they to join NATO, they would be natural customers for products such as the F-16 fighter that Lockheed had inherited from General Dynamics. There was one minor impediment: the [George H. W.] Bush administration had already promised Moscow that NATO would not move east, a pledge that was part of the settlement ending the Cold War.”

By the time legendary foreign-policy sage George F. Kennan issued his unequivocal warning in 1997—“expanding NATO would be the most fateful error of American policy in the post-Cold War era”—the expansion was already happening.

As Cockburn notes, “By 2014, the 12 new members had purchased close to $17 billion worth of American weapons.”

If you think those weapons transactions were about keeping up with the Russians, you’ve been trusting way too much U.S. corporate media. “As of late 2020,” Cockburn’s book explains, NATO’s collective military spending “had hit $1.03 trillion, or roughly 20 times Russia’s military budget.”

Let’s leave the last words here to Bob Dylan, from another song that isn’t on radio playlists. “Masters of War.”

Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good?
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could?