A Comment From My Buddy Tim Alexander…Plus an Article
2 June 2012
My best estimate of what is about to happen is that firstly the global economic collapse will be triggered by the current expanding Eurozone crisis, followed quickly by the beginning of a all-out NATO/GCC/Israel war against Syria with will include war with Iran, Lebanon/Hezbollah, Palestine/Gaza. Additionally, we are apt to experience a collapse of the Fuel Storage No. 4 Pool at Fukushima. World War III will see the release of multiple types of weapons of mass destruction, including some secret ones unknown to the world at large. The resulting radiological, biological and political/economic catastrophic nightmare will be right out of the last book of the Christian Bible. It will be the Armageddon that the Book of Revelation speaks of. Only the return of Jesus Christ Himself will save the remaining third of the Human Race, the first two-thirds being wiped out by radiological and biological based warfare. However, when Christ returns, He will make things right and there will be a New Earth, a New Jerusalem and a new Heaven. The time for this final sequence of events is rapidly approaching. Get into cash and physical gold/silver, have all the food/water/supplies that you will need for a few months, secure self-defense weapons, and get right with the Almighty.
Tim Earl of Stirling
Syria: Annan warns “All-Out War” approaching
Syria is slipping closer to all-out war with each passing day, the UN peace envoy Kofi Annan has warned.
2 June 2012
Mr Annan, in Doha for a meeting with Arab League members, warned that the conflict was developing an alarming sectarian dimension.
Qatar urged the UN to set a deadline for Mr Annan’s peace plan, saying there should be no more “stalling”.
Syrian opposition groups said Russia was becoming part of the problem by supporting President Bashar al-Assad.
“The spectre of all-out civil war, with a worrying sectarian dimension, grows by the day,” Mr Annan said.
He said that the massacre at Houla, in which 108 people were killed, many of them women and children, was appalling and that the crisis was now at “tipping point”.