In the world of mathematics two negatives do make a positive, but in the matrix the anti messiah Obama and the anti Christ of Europe joined only makes the negative of the End Times.
In me is the blindness to not deal with the Great Tribulation as this poetic knight is driven by the thrill of my purpose and labors to come and the rewards which will be with the Christ of God. This is in part of what I was born for and prepared like others and it has been tedious in being school marm to children who will not do their lessons nor take heed.
At times though I receive things which give me hope that the shadow of darkness is about to be come.
Give me the billion American dollars and I will prepare the 3rd Temple and wares as King David did to be built in a moment. Give me the billion and I will do the greatest deed that Admiral Columbus sailed to the west for. Give me the billion, you financiers and I will follow the Biblical trail for when the Jews build that Temple to be desecrated by the son of perdition on Easter in that coming year.
Give me that billion
a European commissioner....
It does not even have that anti Christ ring to it does it, and it sounds so very non pulse. Yet can this be the thing the Faithful have waited for in the iron in the miry clay? A controlling European Commissioner of all the economies.......
France’s various proposals for eurozone bonds, banking unions, EU-wide infrastructure spending and common social programmes are all greeted with deep suspicion in Berlin. The Germans suspect that the bottom line uniting these ideas is a desire to get German taxpayers to subsidise France. But Germany’s counterproposal – that the national budgets of EU nations be subject to control by a European commissioner – is dismissed as an unacceptable infringement of national sovereignty in Paris.Yes mein Frauline, it is good to be a German. Let that coarse through your Assyrian veins, beating that heart raped by Russians and chained by the Ashkenaz. Yes mein Frauline, awaken to your Schiller poetic muse and feel the drumbeat of Wagner as the wings of the Valkyrie thunder across your spiritual skies.
That kind of power can lead to arrogance. In Berlin last week I heard occasional exasperated references to arrogant Spaniards, haughty Brits, delusional Frenchmen and corrupt Greeks. But the general tone of discussion is serious, patient and responsible.
I quicken to this master race racism. I adore it in Spanish Empire, British Empire, French Empire and Greek Empire meeting German Empire.....yes those Germans ganged up upon who bred Charlamagne, Frederick the Great and when none of the Franks nor Prussians would come forth in 1930 to lead, they invented themselves an Austrian Ashkenaz Master Catholic in Adolf Hitler to bridle this beast and bring about an order.
Absolutely lovely to see all these anxious once world powers now champing at each other's bits and ready to gnaw off their naughty bits to lead this one last time, but alas this was cartel designed to make them all vassals so the German machine would rise , but perhaps this time with an anise flavor to it all, and not dill.
That is hint....and no am not translating it to French as I do not speak Ginsu.
Where was I? That was not a hint.
Germany is prosperous and Berlin is a pleasant and fashionable city. The struggles of Greece or Spain seem a very long way away. That detachment from the rest of the eurozone – rather than any “will to power” – is why Berlin remains a peculiar capital for Europe.
Why can we not all be like Assyrian Germans. Yes for the olde days when one skinned their captives alive, cut babies from pregnant mothers, crucified the conquered and deported the mastered to serve the kiln and threshing floors in Elam.
I really do like those Germans. Such a precise and clean people, and when they have a master, they are all the things Obama pretends he is as a man and a woman.
“France needs Germany to disguise how weak it is. Germany needs France to disguise how strong it is.” Now even the disguises have dropped away
The suits on the ground this blog warned of in the NeoRoman order will in time have jackboots on the ground as the master of the beast in all that order of 666 Latinos will arise and all will marvel at the reincarnation.
As this blog predicted years ago, the lines will draw upon the old orders, the old families. The Israelites in the west led by the Angle Americans, the central European aristocracy led by the Greco Assyrian Babylonians (Greece, Germany and Italy) and then the Slavs mauled over with Russia, China and the Muslims in the east.
Flattery upon flattery, assassination upon assassination and bloody war upon heaps of bloody war. How wonderful a world Mr. Obama's legacy will be.
They say the son of perdition is aware of this popular girl. How marvelous is that in the viper of the garden tastes the air upon which this Eve walks.
I would so that he were not so shy and would pop his head up for a peek at the hades he is about to be born into and engulf the world. Seems only fitting one would survey the landscape before scorched earth is the flame grooming the lawns of the sculpted courts.
Will not it be fun to come to the day to still hear the deluded not being aware they supported B. Hussein Obama, the fraud Chinoid, the precursor to the anti Christ, the instigator of all destruction, that this is still some other's fault from a decade ago in George W. Bush?
Who inherited the Clinton recession and after 9 11 kept it from becoming the Muslim Global Depression, at least until Obama unleashed his Super Depression with the central Europeans.
But all is good now, in they way it was scripted. Europe is about to find it's master and true calling. The world will have flame and death in the Great Eurasian War and people will become rare as gold.
Yes welcome to Berlin, the unholy Roman empire of one leg upon the Rhine and one leg upon the Alps with Rome as the Universal faith and that which dangles in between is that which lusts not for the Desire of women.
Yes that sentence alone is enough for the emeritus to write volumes on explaining.
Abschied von dir
Αντίο σε αυτούς
Farewell to thee
Deutschland, Deutschland über alles,
Über alles in der Welt,
Wenn es stets zu Schutz und Trutze
Von der Maas bis an die Memel,
Von der Etsch bis an den Belt,
|: Deutschland, Deutschland über alles,
Über alles in der Welt! :|
Deutsche Frauen, deutsche Treue,
Deutscher Wein und deutscher Sang
Sollen in der Welt behalten
Ihren alten schönen Klang,
Uns zu edler Tat begeistern
Unser ganzes Leben lang.
|: Deutsche Frauen, deutsche Treue,
Deutscher Wein und deutscher Sang! :|
Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit
Für das deutsche Vaterland!
Danach lasst uns alle streben
Brüderlich mit Herz und Hand!
Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit
Sind des Glückes Unterpfand;
|: Blüh' im Glanze dieses Glückes,
Blühe, deutsches Vaterland! :|
How will the Valkyrie ride with a Spartan bit.
America ransomed from Obama by the anti Christ......what a dichotomy eh.
Welcome to Berlin, Europe’s new capital
Berlin does not feel like an imperial city. The new government buildings – the chancellor’s office, the Bundestag and the foreign ministry – have all been designed with plenty of glass and natural light, to emphasise transparency and democracy. The finance ministry is, admittedly, housed in the old headquarters of the Luftwaffe. But most of the grandest architecture – Unter den Linden and the Brandenburg gate – is a legacy of the Prussian kings. Modern Berlin presents a more welcoming face, and has become a magnet for tourists and teenagers.
Yet while the German capital has deliberately eschewed the trappings of imperial power, the fact is that Berlin is increasingly the de facto capital of the EU. Of course the EU’s main institutions – the commission and the council – are still based in Brussels. But the key decisions are increasingly made in Berlin.
Will Greece have to leave the euro? Ultimately, it will be Germany’s call. Will politicians support further bailouts for southern Europe? The vital debates will take place in the Bundestag in Berlin – not in the European parliament. Who does the International Monetary Fund call about the euro crisis? The most important conversations take place with the German government and the European Central Bank in Frankfurt – not the European Commission.
This shift in power from Brussels to Berlin has been accelerated by the euro crisis. Naturally, the German chancellor Angela Merkel still has to go to summits in Brussels and strike deals. She was there only last week. But the euro crisis means that Ms Merkel is now incomparably the most important leader at the table.
For different reasons, the leaders of all the other big EU nations arrive in Brussels in a weak position. Spain and Italy are struggling with their debt crises – and so have become supplicants. The British have opted out of the single currency and the new structures that the eurozone is putting together – so they are marginalised. The Poles are also not in the euro, and have a relatively small economy.
That leaves France. By tradition, a Franco-German partnership is at the heart of any EU deal. For many years, summits were preceded by a separate Franco-German meeting and a joint letter from the two nations. When Nicolas Sarkozy was still in the Elysée, his relationship with Chancellor Merkel was so close that “Merkozy” became a journalistic shorthand for Europe’s dominant duo.
Even then, many were sceptical. One top EU official scoffed that – “France needs Germany to disguise how weak it is. Germany needs France to disguise how strong it is.” Now even the disguises have dropped away. There was no Franco-German letter before the most recent EU summit. Instead, President François Hollande gave an interview to the European press to try to pressurise Ms Merkel to give ground on the mutualisation of European debt and the creation of a banking union. But at the summit it became clear that the Germans will not be hurried.
Some argue that the Franco-German partnership has always gone through rough patches – and that the two nations will inevitably get together again. This time, however, it could be different. The power gap between France and Germany has become too obvious; and the issues that divide them are too fundamental.
France’s various proposals for eurozone bonds, banking unions, EU-wide infrastructure spending and common social programmes are all greeted with deep suspicion in Berlin. The Germans suspect that the bottom line uniting these ideas is a desire to get German taxpayers to subsidise France. But Germany’s counterproposal – that the national budgets of EU nations be subject to control by a European commissioner – is dismissed as an unacceptable infringement of national sovereignty in Paris.
By tradition, a Franco-German compromise would be hammered out. But the issues involved are so basic that a deal may not be easily found. In that case, the relative economic strength of Germany could prove decisive – particularly if, as many in Berlin suspect, France is heading for a profound economic crisis.
This steady accretion of power to Germany is greeted with ambivalence in Berlin. For obvious historical reasons, postwar Germany has never sought a dominant role within Europe. After reunification, the goal was always said to be “a European Germany, not a German Europe”. That instinct to try to submerge German interests within a general European identity remains powerful. But exasperation with rule-breaking and fiscal incontinence elsewhere in Europe is making the Germans less shy about insisting on the need for a more “German” Europe. The price of German financial assistance is, increasingly, going to be the acceptance of rules and laws designed in Berlin.
That kind of power can lead to arrogance. In Berlin last week I heard occasional exasperated references to arrogant Spaniards, haughty Brits, delusional Frenchmen and corrupt Greeks. But the general tone of discussion is serious, patient and responsible. The Germans insist that they are completely committed to the euro and to the EU – and they are determined to make them work.
The problem – if there is a problem – is that life is too sweet in Berlin. Germany is prosperous and Berlin is a pleasant and fashionable city. The struggles of Greece or Spain seem a very long way away. That detachment from the rest of the eurozone – rather than any “will to power” – is why Berlin remains a peculiar capital for Europe.