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State Of The City reports
Accelerationism & WWIII Armageddonism, HMS Diamond sitting duck and WWIII bait
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– Green Party set to control Bristol’s £1bn annual budget from May 2024
– Guy Poultney, Green Councillor, joins Tony and Martin. Bristol councillors approve new constitution but mayor declines to vote – Councillors were voting to decide how the council will be run once there is no Mayor of Bristol – Mayoral system has been difficult to work under as a Councillor.
– Allotments in Bristol double in price. Local Councils ‘have no money’. Bristol allotment fees to double as plot holders launch campaign A consultation has been launched
– Bristol allotment fees to double as plot holders launch campaign A consultation has been launched into proposed new charges for sheds, ponds, greenhouses and keeping bees, rabbits and chickens
– Bristol’s Unique Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre: Walking down one of the most historically recognisable streets in Bristol you might notice a Palestin
– Evacuated Barton House residents told they can soon return:. Council ‘U-turn’ over Barton House residents who don’t want to return –
– Hecklers cause Bristol councillors to stop debate on calling for ceasefire in Gaza war This was the second full council meeting in a row to be adjourned due to disruption
– Projecting of Israeli/Palestinian flag on to Council buildings. Immigration bringing down wages. Social care. Palestinian flag projected on to City Hall in protest
– Bristol journalists meeting Palestinians at Bristol Palestine Museum – Gadija Najudga on whether conflict is religious.
– Bomb scare at Bristol’s Palestinian Museum in Broad Street Friday night 5/6 January 2024. Bomb threat by email, forty police and explosives sniffer dogs search the building from top to bottom until 14:30 in the morning.
– Genocide in Gaza. Does Zionism have a religious aspect, or just a legacy of Empire?
– Fujitsu signed a £48million deal in 2022 to maintain the Police National Computer, which stores details of all convictions and cautions, and fingerprint and DNA data.
– Fujitsu involved in Bristol Council, and a major overspend.. Patrizia Opulenza poem about Post Office Horizon scandal. Post Office scandal firm Fujitsu’s fraudulent contract
– Will Yemen Policing Red Sea/Suez Canal Force UK USA To End Support For Israel’s Gaza Genocide?
– US/UK attacking Yemen, after Houthis continue to attack ships in Red Sea. US and UK launch strikes against Yemen; Houthi rebels promise to retaliate –
– UK & USA Acts of War on Yemen: Sunak in Ukraine – on the UK being involved in attacks on Yemen. Ships in Red Sea story The rationale by the Houthis
– Al Jazeera – South Africa calling Gaza attacks genocide at International Court of Justice. ITV report on this too – white phosphorus being used by IDF in Gaza.
– Greg Felton, author of ‘ The Host and the Parasite’, on the South African genocide court case – Israel turning water off in Gaza. 2000 ships chose to go round Cape of Good Hope
– Al Jazeera Inside Story deliberate killing of Journalists in Gaza – I’m constantly amazed by the composure of the Gazan journalists as they describe the most heinous conditions.
– Bill Nash, British Army, who served in Israel/Palestine in 1947 to 1948, on his experiences. ‘State of Terror’ book. Bill Nash talks about serving as a young officer in Palestine before the creation of the Israeli state
– Armageddonism latest: ‘Why Are Millionaires Trying to Destroy the World’ report on Armageddonism by Joe Scott – Accelerationism? This is an ideology gaining in popularity
– Rediscovering God in ‘Hell on Earth’ Bethlehem Christmas 2023, ex Virginia Water vicar Stephen Sizer Steven Sizer, Vicar, on Israel being the land God gave to the Jews
– Mike Mandel examines the evidence from former cult members that Freemasonry, Witchcraft and Satanic Cults are strikingly similar in their symbolism, language and blood-
– NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

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Part One - News Review and Investigative Reports

Guy Poultney, Green Councillor, joins Tony and Martin. Bristol councillors approve new constitution but mayor declines to vote - Councillors were voting to decide how the council will be run once there is no Mayor of Bristol - Mayoral system has been difficult to work under as a Councillor. Guy's local issues he's been dealing with. Post Office Horizon scandal. Outsourcing. Annie Stafford Townsend complaint. Mayoral system will be going in May to be replaced by committee system. Guy's vision for a Green led Bristol. Public transport in Bristol.   - A new constitution for Bristol City Council has been approved by a vote of all councillors, apart from Bristol mayor Marvin Rees. From May the council will be run by several committees of councillors instead of a directly elected mayor. Bristol voted in a referendum in May 2022 to scrap the role of the mayor after concerns that too much power was concentrated into one politician. This will finally take effect from Friday, May 3, the day after the next local elections. - For months since the referendum, a group of councillors have been thrashing out the new rules on how the council will be governed. The new constitution was presented during a full council meeting on Tuesday, January 9, and passed by a vote which was almost unanimous. Every councillor present in the chamber voted to pass the new constitution, however Mr Rees abstained from voting. He has previously warned the council might struggle without a clear figurehead leading the organisation, speaking to the government and other groups. Green Councillor Guy Poultney said: “This new constitution represents a significant step forward for the city — a move to a less centralised, more collaborative way of working. The constitution reflects compromise between parties and members with different values and assumptions.” Labour Cllr Marley Bennett added: “Drafting something as broad and as important as a constitution is never going to be easy. But so many of the major decisions we made in the committee model working group passed unanimously — or nearly unanimously. This is a constitution that all parties have shaped and have influenced.” Instead of a mayor, directly elected by voters, the council will be run by a council leader, chosen by a majority of councillors. This is how most councils in the country are run. Councillors in turn are chosen by voters, during local elections. Critics of this system say voters are one step removed from deciding who is in charge. Supporters say giving powers to councillors to decide the council leader allows them to boot out anybody unpopular in between local elections — which can’t happen with mayors. Instead of cabinet members, responsible for different parts of the council like transport, there will be policy committee chairs, who will be the go-to politicians for specific issues. These will largely mirror the current cabinet positions, albeit with some minor differences.


Allotments in Bristol double in price. Local Councils 'have no money'. Bristol allotment fees to double as plot holders launch campaign A consultation has been launched into proposed new charges for sheds, ponds, greenhouses and keeping bees, rabbits and chickens A campaign has been launched against massive hikes in Bristol allotment fees, with some more than doubling. Plotholders say the proposed new charges, which the city council has put out to consultation, will force them off the land. Rent would rise from £30 to £64 for a strip up to 74sq m, £70 to £141 between 150sq m and 224sq m and from £85 to £158 for a allotment 225sq m to 349sq m, and even more for those with water access. Strict new rules would force allotment holders to remove hedges, fences, most trees, glass from greenhouses to “prevent soil contamination if it breaks” and replace it with twin-walled plastic, and large play equipment “to reduce any liability issues for injuries to all persons including trespassers”. The new policy introduces a raft of additional fees, including £15 for a shed, pond, greenhouse or cold frame, £25 for keeping chickens, bees and rabbits, £32 for a new or replacement key and £50 for late payments. Setting up a tenancy would also incur a levy – £25 for individuals, £150 for a collective growing group and £400 for a community interest company. And each one carries a new £35 administration charge on top. Bristol City Council, which manages 4,000 plots, with 1,500 more run on its behalf by five allotment associations, says there are now almost 8,000 people on the waiting list because of the surge in interest in food growing and that just to maintain existing service levels, it needs to increase rents, which were last reviewed in 2018. But Holly Wyatt, who has run a plot at Bedminster Down for more than six years, said the changes would make allotments a “luxury for middle-class households” only. She has launched a petition opposing the plans, which already has more than 600 signatures. Holly said that she and wife Sal, who also owns a plot, had worked hard to transform their overgrown and unloved allotments into productive plots that provided them with most of their fruit and veg. She said: “Our plots are also home to a huge and varied array of wildlife, from newts and frogs to birds, butterflies and everything else in between.


Bristol's Unique Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre: Walking down one of the most historically recognisable streets in Bristol you might notice a Palestinian flag flying boldly with pride. Since 2013, The Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre in Broad Street has aimed to become a safe space for the Palestinian diaspora to authentically tell their stories. As the sole Palestine Museum currently operating in Europe, it undoubtedly bears responsibility in representing what it truly means to be Palestinian, from its history to a powerful heritage that has thrived in the face of adversity William, a long-term volunteer at the Palestine Museum, said: “The museum came to being because The United Nations decided that Palestine could be a member state but not a country- only observer status. A group of us were worried about whether Palestine could actually exist just as a member state; we were all trying our best in the interest of the Palestinian people to get the message out by forming the Museum. “There are Israelis that also appreciate what we do because it’s very difficult for them too, which is why we are here to show the public, mainly on the Palestinian side, because they need support so that both Israelis and Palestinians can live in harmony.”


Evacuated Barton House residents told they can soon return:. Council 'U-turn' over Barton House residents who don't want to return - ACORN’s national organiser Nick Ballard - who has also been banned from City Hall after the December council meeting disruption - shared private messages he had sent to the Mayor and other council leaders in the days after the evacuation, offering to work with the council in sorting out the issues Barton House residents were experiencing in those unsettling first few days as they were placed in hotels around the city. Mr Ballard said those messages were ignored. Barton House residents to return to their homes. Bristol Housing Planning Committee - people thrown off social housing waiting list. Residents evacuated from their homes on November 14 last year after the council said they feared the building wasn’t safe, have been mainly living in the Holiday Inn in the city centre for the past two months. On Wednesday this week were given a presentation to say that the building has been declared safe, and that they should be able to move back in on February 23, once fire safety measures are installed and repairs are done.


Hecklers cause Bristol councillors to stop debate on calling for ceasefire in Gaza war  This was the second full council meeting in a row to be adjourned due to disruption and heckling  Local Democracy Reporters. Bristol Council meeting halted because of heckler's about Gaza


Projecting of Israeli/Palestinian flag on to Council buildings. Immigration bringing down wages. Social care. Palestinian flag projected on to City Hall in protest over council’s refusal to meet petition demand - “The people of Bristol have done what Marvin refused to do.”

Bristol journalists meeting Palestinians at Bristol Palestine Museum - Gadija Najudga on whether conflict is religious. Bomb scare at Bristol's Palestinian Museum in Broad Street Friday night 5/6 January 2024. Bomb threat by email, forty police and explosives sniffer dogs search the building from top to bottom until 14:30 in the morning. We hear a lot about Jewish institutions being targeted but not about Palestinian institutions. Bristol Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre - The Palestine Museum takes you on a journey through the history of Palestine, from the late 19th century through to current day events. It's a permanent exhibition of Palestinian heritage, culture and daily life. Displaying unique photographs, clothing and exhibits from Palestine, as well as drawing on the expertise of their Museum stewards’ personal knowledge of Palestine. Read stories of how life was, and how it is now, including first-hand accounts. Also exhibited is the connection Bristol has with Palestine, highlighting Banksy’s work, as well as local groups such as the football teams the Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls. Take some time to browse the library or view some videos. To really get a flavour of Palestine there is a wide range of fair trade Palestinian products for sale, including olive oil, dates, za'atar and unique handicrafts. The Museum was founded in June 2013 by local activists and is the only Palestine Museum in Europe. It seeks to educate, inform and communicate the story of Palestine and its people and to give a voice to Palestinians living inside and outside Palestine. They seek to access first-hand, verifiable accounts of those living under occupation and liaise with Palestinian and other supporters to promote these accounts to the widest possible audience. Since 2013 they have welcomed over 10,000 visitors. They also have an art gallery currently curated as, 'Art under Occupation', where you can see fascinating artwork by Palestinian, international and local artists and see the lights of the “Walled off Hotel”. Cards, posters and reproductions of some art works can be purchased. Attend their regular events (mostly free admission) showcasing the talent of Palestinian poets, artists and musicians, as well as the unique experiences of local people who have travelled there and taste authentic Palestinian food. They regularly have guest speakers and show Palestine related films. Please visit their website or Facebook page to find out what's on, or subscribe to their newsletter/ mailing list to be kept up to date. The museum is run by volunteers and through donations. If you're interested in volunteering or donating please contact them. Currently the museum opens on Saturdays and Sundays and on weekdays by special arrangement.


Genocide in Gaza. Does Zionism have a religious aspect, or just a legacy of Empire?

Fujitsu signed a £48million deal in 2022 to maintain the Police National Computer, which stores details of all convictions and cautions, and fingerprint and DNA data. In 2021, an error in the system led to the loss of 413,000 records of police evidence.  Post Office Horizon scandal - where did the money go? Fujitsu to maintain criminal records . Fujitsu handed £3.6billion in Government contracts on Rishi Sunak's watch - AFTER a court ruled its botched Horizon IT system was at the heart of the Post Office scandal The IT firm at the heart of the Post Office scandal has been handed government contracts worth billions on Rishi Sunak's watch, official documents show. Fujitsu has been awarded work totalling £4.9billion since a December 2019 Court of Appeal ruling that its Horizon software had 'bugs, errors and defects' that were responsible for financial errors blamed on hundreds of sub-postmasters. Some £3.6billion of that has come since February 2020, when Mr Sunak became Chancellor and later Prime Minister. The analysis of data compiled by Tussell, carried out by the Financial Times, comes as MPs demand the firm is barred from any more public work. Former Tory chairman Nadhim Zahawi, who has campaigned for sub-postmasters, told LBC: 'I think that should cease immediately. Fujitsu should not be awarded any contracts at all until they have actually come forward with what remedy corporately, the current CEO, chairman, board are going to do to remedy this.


Fujitsu involved in Bristol Council, and a major overspend.. Patrizia Opulenza poem about Post Office Horizon scandal. Post Office scandal firm Fujitsu's fraudulent contract with Bristol City Council ‘needs urgent public scrutiny’ Fujitsu 's Horizon programme is a key part in the row over the prosecution of hundreds of postmasters A major contract between Bristol City Council and the IT firm at the centre of the Post Office scandal 'needs urgent public scrutiny'. Last year the council paid Fujitsu Services Ltd almost £900,000, despite council bosses previously claiming the contract was only worth £118,000. Fujitsu played a major role in the scandal of the subpostmasters — described as one of the largest miscarriages of justice in British history — by creating the faulty Horizon accounting system. Horizon was installed in all Post Offices, and was ridden with catastrophic bugs. Hundreds of postmasters were prosecuted, some jailed and some even took their own lives. But despite the scandal, the council signed a deal early last year making Fujitsu its 'digital strategic partner'. Opposition councillors are now raising serious questions about how this deal was made. Green Councillor David Wilcox, vice-chair of the audit committee, said: “The first that the audit [committee] heard about the appointment of Fujitsu as the council’s digital strategic partner was in September 2023, after they had been brought on board in February. “This decision didn’t even make the cabinet papers for January, February or March, because allegedly the contract is only worth £118,000 over five years, below the threshold of £500,000 for public cabinet decisions. amining the council’s published spending spreadsheet of transactions over £500 for the past 12 months, where it appears that Bristol City Council has paid Fujitsu Services Ltd £897,539.63. This contract needs urgent public scrutiny.”





Bitchute video of complete show - Essentials: Michael Hudson | Blackrock/Vanguard | Tony on Brexit & The Traitors of Arnhem | Evolution | War between God & Lucifer | Plan for three World Wars | Armageddonists I have known: Nick Land (1975-8) | George Monbiot (1995-8) | Aanirfan | Manna for the Revelation Generation: CONSPIRACY CLASSICS, longer interviews/lectures
Part Two - Accelerationist Armageddonist Investigations and Reports

US/UK attacking Yemen, after Houthis continue to attack ships in Red Sea. US and UK launch strikes against Yemen; Houthi rebels promise to retaliate - Houthis say all US and British interests are now ‘legitimate targets’. The United States and Britain have launched military strikes in Yemen in response to Houthi rebel attacks on shipping in the Red Sea, raising fears of an escalation of conflict in the region. Hours after the attacks early on Friday, which the rebels said killed five people, the Houthis warned that all US and British assets have now become “legitimate targets”. US President Joe Biden said the strikes followed “unprecedented” attacks by the Houthis on commercial ships in the Red Sea and warned he would “not hesitate” to take further action if necessary. “These targeted strikes are a clear message that the United States and our partners will not tolerate attacks on our personnel or allow hostile actors to imperil freedom of navigation,” Biden said of the attacks by air and sea. The attacks struck nearly 30 locations in Yemen using more than 150 munitions, US Lieutenant General Douglas Sims, the director of the Joint Staff, said late on Friday. He did not expect a high number of casualties as the targets included those in rural areas. But he said Washington expected the Houthis to attempt to retaliate. In a statement the Houthis’ Supreme Political Council threatened that “all American-British interests have become legitimate targets for the Yemeni armed forces in response to their direct and declared aggression against the Republic of Yemen.” Earlier, the Houthis called the strikes on Yemen “barbaric”, threatened retaliation and also said they will continue targeting ships heading towards Israel for as long as its war on Gaza continues. “The American and British enemy bears full responsibility for its criminal aggression against our Yemeni people, and it will not go unanswered and unpunished,” Yahya Saree, the group’s military spokesperson said. Yemen’s Saudi-backed, internationally recognised government, however, blamed the Houthis for the UK and US strikes on the country, saying the rebels bore responsibility for dragging Yemen into an arena of military confrontation with its attacks in the Red Sea. Pentagon spokesperson Pat Ryder told Al Jazeera that the US military is closely monitoring the situation and hasn’t seen any retaliatory attacks from the Houthis so far. “Our goal here is to ensure this vital waterway [the Red Sea] is safe and secure for international shipping and mariners,” he said. On Friday, tens of thousands of Yemenis gathered in several cities across the country to condemn the US and British strikes and to reaffirm their support for Palestinians in Gaza. Mohammed Abdul-Salam, the Houthis’ chief negotiator and spokesperson, described the US and Britain as having “committed foolishness with this treacherous aggression”. “They were wrong if they thought that they would deter Yemen from supporting Palestine and Gaza,” he wrote online. The group’s “targeting will continue to affect Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of occupied Palestine”, he added. Al Masirah, a Houthi-run satellite news channel, reported that the strikes hit the al-Dailami air base north of the capital, Sanaa, the airport in the strategic port city of Hodeidah, a camp east of Saada, the airport in the city of Taiz and an airport near Hajjah. The strikes are the first on Yemeni territory since 2016 and also marked the first military intervention by the US in reaction to drone and missile attacks on commercial ships since Israel’s war on Gaza started in October. Chilcot Report about Syria. Which Countries support this attack? ITV report on US/UK attack on Yemen. Houthis on why they're attacking boats. Saudi Arabia's position. Al Jazeera - a Yemeni on the attacks.

UK & USA Acts of War on Yemen: Sunak in Ukraine - on the UK being involved in attacks on Yemen. Ships in Red Sea story  The rationale by the Houthis is that they are targeting shipping with a direct or ancillary Israeli connection, hoping to niggle them over the barbarities taking place in Gaza. As the Israeli Defence Forces are getting away with, quite literally, bloody murder, the task has fallen to other forces to draw attention to that fact. Houthi spokesperson, Mohammed Abdusalam’s post was adamant that “there was no threat to international navigation in the Red and Arabian Seas, and the targeting was and will continue to affect Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of Occupied Palestine.” But that narrative has been less attractive to the supposedly law-minded types in Washington and London, always mindful that commerce trumps all. Preference has been given to such shibboleths as freedom of navigation, the interests of international shipping – all code for the protection of large shipping interests. No mention is made of the justification advanced by the Houthi rebels and the Palestinian plight, a topic currently featuring before the International Court of Justice in The Hague.


Al Jazeera - South Africa calling Gaza attacks genocide at International Court of Justice. ITV report on this too - white phosphorus being used by IDF in Gaza.  Israel ‘genocide’ case: Read and watch Middle East Eye reporting used as evidence at ICJ South African legal team cites MEE videos, and stories as showing Israel's 'genocidal intent' in Gaza Middle East Eye's reporting on the war in Gaza has been used in South Africa's case, accusing Israel of genocide, at the International Court of Justice in The Hague this week. Israel denies the allegations. The content includes both text and video produced by Middle East Eye’s teams based in Gaza and Israel among others. It has either been presented as evidence at the court or cited and referenced in discussions. More than 23,000 Palestinians, the majority women and children, have been killed since Israel declared war on the besieged enclave on 7 October. Thousands more are missing under the rubble. It came hours after the attack by Hamas on southern Israel that resulted in the deaths of more than 1.000 people. Coverage of the ICJ hearing, as well as further in-depth reports and analysis on the Israel-Palestine war, can be found on MEE’s YouTube channel.


Greg Felton, author of ' The Host and the Parasite', on the South African genocide court case - Israel turning water off in Gaza. 2000 ships chose to go round Cape of Good Hope - insurance companies. Greg Felton - why do UK/US support Israel? Israel/Palestine similar to Ireland? Netanyahu answering questions in 1978 when he was 28. Greg Felton full interview  The Host & the Parasite: How Israel’s Fifth Column Consumed America is an extraordinarily important book that traces America’s slide into fascism and subservience to a foreign power. Felton argues persuasively that three groups have converged and come to dominate American policy for the benefit of Israel: the neoconservatives, the Republican evangelicals (Christian Zionists), and Jewish Zionists. He backs up his analysis with over 800 footnoted references to government, scholarly and media sources. Felton refutes the traditional progressive view that Israel is merely a client state of America. If this is so, he asks, how has America come to pursue policies that are so utterly contrary to their own national interest while being so highly beneficial to its junior partner? Felton also refutes the theory that ‘it’s all about oil,’ arguing that the First Persian Gulf War was the last American oil war and that the Second Persian Gulf War ignored the interests of American oil companies, increased American oil costs and reduced American national security. How could this have happened? The Second War, he demonstrates, can only be adequately explained by the take-over of American foreign and domestic policy for the benefit of Israel.


Al Jazeera Inside Story about deliberate killing of Journalists in Gaza - I’m constantly amazed by the composure of the Gazan journalists as they describe the most heinous conditions. Starving, lost everything they own, lost people they love AND directly targeted for assassination, yet still dignified and professional. - It is the latest direct attack by Israeli forces on media workers. Al Jazeera journalist Hamza Al Dahdouh and a colleague were killed in an Israeli air strike on Hamza's car. Why is Israel targeting so many journalists? And what's the reaction of the world's media? Presenter: Adrian Finighan Guests: Tim Dawson, Deputy Secretary General of the International Federation of Journalists. Ali Abunimah, Founder of the Electronic Intifada. Jodie Ginsberg, President of the Committee to Protect Journalists.


Bill Nash, British Army, who served in Israel/Palestine in 1947 to 1948, on his experiences. 'State of Terror' book. Bill Nash talks about serving as a young officer in Palestine before the creation of the Israeli state - In his outstanding analysis of the 1948 war, Israeli historian Ilan Pappe notes that a month after the UN resolution, the Jewish leadership embarked on the ‘ethnic cleansing of Palestine’, beginning with a series of attacks on Arab villages following the vandalisation by some Palestinians of buses and shopping centres in protest at the resolution. The same month the Arab League decided to form an Arab volunteer force to ‘liberate’ Palestine. Known as the Arab Liberation Army (ALA), and consisting of around 5,000 volunteers from Syria, Iraq, Egypt and Jordan, the force began operations in Palestine against Jewish forces in January 1948. As warfare among Jews and Palestinians increased, the Jewish leaders’ plans culminated in a meeting in March 1948 which decided on a ‘Plan D’, the ‘systematic expulsion of the Palestinians from vast areas of the country’. When the British withdrew from Palestine in May, the Jewish Agency declared independence and the regular armies of the Arab states invaded Palestine; brutal fighting ensued between Jewish forces estimated at around 98,000 and Arab forces with around 50,000.


Armageddonism latest: 'Why Are Millionaires Trying to Destroy the World' report on Armageddonism by Joe Scott - Accelerationism? This is an ideology gaining in popularity amongst tech billionaires that the world is inevitably heading toward a collapse, and that instead of trying to prevent that collapse, we should rip off the band aid as fast as possible so we can get to the better world on the other side. While there’s a cold logic to it, it’s a dangerous philosophy that ignores the incalculable human suffering that such a collapse would create.


Rediscovering God in 'Hell on Earth' Bethlehem Christmas 2023, ex Virginia Water vicar Stephen Sizer Steven Sizer, Vicar, on Israel being the land God gave to the Jews.- -SPECIAL INTERVIEW | Special Interview with Reverend Dr. Stephen Robert Sizer: What is a Christian Zionist and Why Do They Support Israel? - In this special interview, watch as Reverend Dr. Stephen Robert Sizer, the founder and director of Peacemaker Trust, chair of the Convivencia Alliance and a retired Anglican priest, as he explains Christian Zionism. Throughout this conversation, we will explore its fundamental beliefs, the prophecy of Armageddon, and the second coming of Jesus. IKIM Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Special Interview with Reverend Dr. Stephen Robert Sizer: What is a Christian Zionist and Why Do They Support Israel? Institut Kefahaman Islam Malaysia (IKIM), The Malaysian Institute for Islamic Understanding (IKIM) United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), International Institute of Advanced Studies (IAIS), Bait Al-Amanah dan Angkatan


Mike Mandel examines the evidence from former cult members that Freemasonry, Witchcraft and Satanic Cults are strikingly similar in their symbolism, language and blood-curdling initiation rites. Indeed they appear to be different fronts for the same original cult practice which may even go back to the days of the Egyptian Pharaohs, or even further. Historians agree that the present-day structure known as the Masonic fraternity, whatever its antecedents may have been, began with the formation of the Grand Lodge of England in the year 1717 . It is not surprising, then, to find that some of the symbolic and mythological elements in Masonic rituals would appear to be of Pagan origin. Examples include ritual circumambulation, which is rooted in Celtic practices centered around belief in sympathetic solar magic. By walking in the direction of the sun, Pagans believed (as many do today) that they could attune themselves to Nature's progress around the wheel of the year. Moderns understand the earth orbits the sun, but ancients contemplated a life-giving orb which "rose" in the east and "set" in the west.
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