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Monday, December 26, 2011

A Bloody Christmas in Nigeria (Video)


There has been widespread condemnation in the international community of a series of Christmas Day bomb attacks in Nigeria that killed almost 40 people. The militant Islamist group, Boko Haram, has claimed responsibility for the attacks. (Click here for the full report on bbc.co.uk)



As previously stated on this blog - the real masterminds behind world terrorism are not who we think they are. Several authors/researchers have confirmed this fact. David Livingstone, the author of Terrorism and the Illuminati: A Three Thousand Year History (a book I wished I had read sooner), is but one such author/researcher who strongly feels that, contrary to popular belief, it is not the religion of Islam that is posing a threat to the West (or Africa), but rather Islamic “terrorist” organizations that were “created” to serve Western imperialistic objectives.

It’s a relationship that dates back to sixth century BC, and to the birth of the Kabbalah in Babylon; a plot to seek world domination through the use of magic and deception. It has created an entity spoken of in the New Testament scriptures (and summed up in a term called “antichrist”) – an entity which Jesus Christ often spoke about when addressing His disciples, although He called it by various other names.

Biblical scriptures clearly identify how we can establish who is under the spell of this ‘magical’ evil entity:

“Hereby know ye the Spirit of God: Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God:  And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world.” – (1 John 4: 3 KJV)

The “Masters of Darkness” chose a Christmas day in Nigeria to bomb churches, and thus make their point. The current ANC Regime in South Africa did exactly the same – only a few years ago, when they too were classified as “terrorists”.

In the year 1985, two days before Christmas, the ANC detonated a bomb in the holiday town of Amanzimtoti, situated on the Natal South Coast. Five civilians (Christians) were killed and 40 were injured. 
Click here for the details of other bombings by the same scum.
 

Today, the terrorists involved in those bombings are the heroes of South Africa’s corrupt ‘democratic’ rulers, and HIS-story has been twisted to fit the modern liberal worldview.

Next year, on 8 January 2012, the African National Congress will be a hundred years old. The ANC centenary celebrations will probably carry on throughout most part of the year. We will, no doubt, be reminded – over and over, how liberation movements on the African continent made it a better place for ALL OF US... and that there is UNiTY iN DiVERSiTY. 


It’s a load of utter crap of course, but the majority will believe this satanic propaganda.

May the year 2012 come and go - quickly! 

2 comments :

eduard said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

The more the merrier. Let these uncrowned beasts of the field wipe each other out. Lagos is one massive squatter camp, it stinks, it is filthy, it reeks of everything that is satanic. No wonder these filthy Nigerians are all trying to get into SA, and sooner or later this will be the next nigeria.

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"Niamey - Arsonists set fire to part of Niger's Justice Ministry on Tuesday, destroying files used in anti-corruption investigations including probes into a number of judges, the government said.

The government said the blaze had destroyed paper archives dating back decades as well as information gathered from a hotline that has led to the investigation of around 20 judges in the West African country. Some documents in digital form were saved.

The fire is a setback to a drive by President Mahamadou Issoufou to stamp out corruption. "
http://www.news24.com/Africa/News/Nigers-anti-corruption-files-burn-20120103

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