Battle of Armageddon: Will it come on Obama’s or Clinton’s watch?


SPUTNIK – The battle of Armageddon refers to the final war between human governments and God. In the book of Revelations, in Christian scriptures, this ultimate battle of good and evil takes place on a plain beneath the Israeli town of Megiddo. Most scholars agree the reference to the town is figurative only, but Tel Megiddo is just over 80 miles from embattled Damascus, Syria. I know this is an interesting revelation for some, but geographic proximity to end days is not the only “coincidental” moment of our time. CONTINUE READING

  1. #1 by James Benn on 10/03/2016 - 9:34

    “There is a nasty gash in civility and the polis, a wound opening along cultural, racial, religious nationalistic, economic, and geographic lines.”

    Yet in the same breath, we read that in America “God is out of sight, the bible or any religious texts are being made into comic books”. While in Europe, “atheism and agnosticism have supplanted just about every strict belief”. So now, blessedly relieved of that superstitious old belief in God – jes like the good old days of the Soviet Union – Europeans and Americans now no longer need to fight wars on religious grounds.

    So to what must we attribute American and NATO escalating belligerence? Call me an ‘anti-semite’, but I can only ascribe it to Jewish control of the central bankstering system and thence everything that can’t be nailed down. Since the Rotshites own an estimated 70% of the world’s resources – thanks Usury! – the incessant drum beating for yet another massive conflagration of global proportions can’t even be attributed to their mania to monopolize resources.

    Which leaves us with the age-old Jewish ambition to spread their usurious ways far and wide – i.e. where they get to create money (out of thin air) as a debt to their chosen selves. We win, you lose!

    Just a thort … having gotten rid of God and hence the Voice of Conscience, on whose authority and moral judgement does the law of the land rest? Umm … the Jews? Praise the Lord!

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