From ‘nation at a crossroads’

From ‘nation at a crossroads’

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Simon Benson at Daily Telegraph February 13 2015 says debate between liberal and labor parties in Australia (the only two major contending parties for federal and state office) pivots around national security and economic security and as the picture shows one pulling Australia one way and the other in the opposite direction, labor leader Bill Shorten and liberal prime minister Tony Abbott.

Then the article points to the direction of the two parties. Basically the history of the Labor party is socialist but poor economic records and Liberals have better economic record but drafting for war, paid for education and helping big business is where their steps ever tend.

“The most contentious of all the laws proposed is the two year data retention legislation likely to come to Parliament next month.”   Of course stirring the pot or starting the fire means we have to fight the fire, this is how these little fire bugs called politicians and what they do on behalf of others greater than themselves such as the UN do.   They say ‘We need greater security’ (though we started the fire) and all the west is caught in a similar power-play.

Do you think that the picture above should be stirring the pot rather than pulling Australia like as in a tug-of-war from different directions.   Or perhaps the picture should be both men helping each other to carry Australia and its people to a place they just don’t want to go and pretending to be on opposing sides when they are in fact from the same Jesuit school literally with the same agenda of privatizing for big business, taking away personal liberties and monitoring everyone.   Old world with new world technology.   Malachi Martin the Jesuit Vatican priest wrote very clearly about the role of Rome in future world developments and of greater authority than this;  Bible prophecy which tells us of a duel hegemony that will dominate the world as found in Revelation 13, as spoken of prophetically also in the book Great Controversy written in 1888.   Know the history of the Jesuits and why they were thrown out of the Catholic countries around the world and their military and despotic endeavors and you will know under such leadership ever where this country tends and where the west is going.   Perhaps the picture should be of the two men dragging Australia in a trolley and laying it down at the foot of the papal throne.   As the saying goes history shall be repeated that’s why history is so important and even more importantly to understand history in the light of Biblical prophecy. The Jesuit’s role was to be in the same wise as knights Templar yet much more than this, as educators and law makers and ministers in Protestant pulpits.

The general consensus of the public is that we have poor leaders, yes cleverly organised for a real world government that is a socialist control system that feds the elite.  U.S. has the hardware and software and Vatican has the model by which to implement the first world hegemony.  “The competition is all-out because, now that it has started, there is no way it can be reversed or called off. No holds barred because, once the competition has been decided, the world and all that’s in it – our way of life as individuals and as citizens of the nations; our families and our jobs; our trade and commerce and money; our educational systems and our religious and our cultures; even the badges of our national identity, which most of us have always taken for granted – all will have been powerfully and radically altered forever. No one can be exempted from its effects. No sector of our lives will remain untouched.” Keys of this Blood by Malachi Martin.