The Constituancy of the Anti-christ

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  1. Caretaker

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    May 20, 2002
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    Daniel 8:
    23: And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up.
    24: And his power shall be mighty, but not by his own power: and he shall destroy wonderfully, and shall prosper, and practise, and shall destroy the mighty and the holy people.
    25: And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.
    26: And the vision of the evening and the morning which was told is true: wherefore shut thou up the vision; for it shall be for many days.


    Feb. 16 — Tens of thousands of people thronged the streets of Sydney and other Australian cities on Sunday, beginning a second day of global marches against a possible U.S. war on Iraq. In a massive wave of demonstrations not seen since the Vietnam War, more than six million peace protesters took to the streets in towns and cities from Cape Town to Chicago on Saturday.

    Jerry Golden "REPORT"PO Box 10268 Jerusalem 91102 Israel Published 2/15/2003

    It's not back, it never left!It was reported on BBC that in England today there are more Moslems in Mosques every Friday, than there are Christians in Church on Sun day. There are reports of anti-Semitism growing at an alarming rate throughout Europe. In an Italian newspaper "La Stampa" it showed a cartoon of a tank with a Star of David on it, pointing its gun at baby Jesus, who pleads to the Jewish Tank "Surely they don’t want to kill me again".

    The British paper "New Statesman" showed a Star of David stabbing the Union Jack. In Belgium a Rabbi has been beaten by a large crown of youth, kicked in the face and called a dirty Jew. On a bus in London a Young Jewish Yeshiva student was standing reading his Ha Siddur (prayer book) and was stabbed by a group of skinheads 27 times.


    The foundations are laid, and millions are yearning for one to rise up with peace in his words, and power in his hands.

    A servant of Christ,
  2. Caretaker

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    The site below contains rather graphic horrific photographic and eyewitness evidence of the results of the chemical holocaust perpetrated by Iraq on the vulnerable.

    Article by the correspondent of the London Daily., the independent, published on 23rd of March, 1988:

    " ... The reported slaughter of 5,000 Kurds in Iraqi poison gas attacks underlines a dangerous new dimension
    in the volatile middle east: the growth of the chemical warfare capability of several important regional powers, and
    the fear that, despite efforts to curb these weapons, they could be used more widely.

    ".. (in producing chemical weapons) Iraq has apparently been helped by British, west German, Indian, Austrian, Belgian,
    and Italian companies, despite bans on the sale of chemical that could have military use...

    "... There is evidence that the Iraqis did drop poison gas bombs on the towns because the traditionally rebellious Kurds,
    who have been fighting for autonomy from Baghdad for years, welcomed the Iranian (troops)."
    French Television m 23rd, and 24th of March, 1988
    Different French Television networks, on Thursday and Wednesday on 23rd and 24th of March 1988, the first pictures of corpses
    of thousands of those martyred and wounded of the chemical bombing in Halabja were broadcast.

    The commentators of the French Television, described these crimes as intolerable, disgusting and horrible. Some commentators
    considered the crimes of Saddam as even more horrible than some of Hitter's crimes.
    The first channel of the French Television noted that it is not the first time that the Baghdad regime had deployed chemical weapons,
    however this is the first time that Iraq, is so vastly deploying them against the civilians.

    Andrew Gowers, middle east editor, and Richard Johns of the London Daily, Financial Times, writing on 23rd of March, 1988:
    "... What has been happening in the last year, especially the last week, in a remote corner of north-east Iraq reveals unplumbed
    depths of savagery...

    Alistair Hay, pathology professor at Leeds university, England, speaking on BBC Television News, and BBC Radio
    World Service oh 22nd and 23rd of March, 1988:

    " The Kurds have claimed for a number of months, perhaps over a year, that Iraq has been using chemical agents against them.
    But this latest occasion seems to be the first really documented case that we have where chemical agents have been used.

    "Iraq has used chemical agents against Iran on a very large scale for three years now. And although the west and other
    countries have been condemnatory about that use, the country (Iraq) still felt secure enough to use chemical agents.
    They have used them because these agents are very effective against and opposition that has no protection and until
    such time as there is perhaps an end to war war, or suff icient sanctions against Iraq to persuade it not to use chemical
    agents, I'm afraid they will continue to use them or so it seems."

    "The United Nations have had three investigations into the use of chemical warfare agnets in the Iraq-Iran war and
    they have said unequivocally on all three occasions that Iraq has used chemical warfare agents. They have said that
    mustard gas was certainly used on all three occasions, that is in 1984, 1986 anti 1987. and they have also said that
    they have evidenced that a nerve agent, tabun, was also used. The investigation was carried by a well qualified team, so
    l have no doubt in my mind that they have been used."
    Article from Halabja by David Hirt, Middle East correspondent of London Daily, the Guardian, published on March 23, 1988:
    " No wounds, no blood, no traces of explosions can be found on the bodies - scores of men, women and children,
    livestock and pet animals - that litter the flat-topped dwellings and crude earthen streets in this remote and neglected
    Kurdish town...

    " The skin of the bodies is strangely discolored, with their eyes open and staring where they have not disappeared into
    their sockts, a grayish slime oozing from their mouths and their fingers still grotesquely twisted.
    " Death seemingly caught them almost unawares in the midst of their household chores. They had just the strength, some
    of them, to make it to the doorways of their homes, only to collapse there a few feet beyond. Here a mother seems to
    clasp her children in a last embrace, there an old man shields an infant from he cannot have known what...

    "It is hard to conceive of any explanation for the chemical bombardment of Halabja other than the one which
    Iranians and Kurds offer - revenge...
    "As artillery continues to rumble round the hills, Halabja stands silent and deserted except for what they can
    find and a dazed old man, absent during the bombing, who has come back in search of his family..."


    A servant of Christ,
  3. LadyEagle

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    Great posts, but sad posts. Thanks, Drew.

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