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Pope Francis says he expects to live two or three more years, and may retire !!!

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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 11:08 AM
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I agree with you 100%. Conversely, dropping it out of hand or attempting to impugne the messengers in no way changes the facts.

We are living in what I believe to be the most exciting time in history.

I believe on some level, we all agreed to participate in an experiment of the duality of free will knowing full well we reincarnate over and over.

For the last few thousand years, the dark side gave it their best shot. Their time is coming to an end but they don't want the game to change.

They've been on top for so long. The whole concept of royalty strikes Mr as absurd in the 21st century yet the dark side actually believes they have a special dispensation from God in this world.

The problem is their god is Lucifer. I have to hand it to him. He did an amazing job of creating the most compelling choices.

I wonder if any of us ever thought when the game started that some if us would be killing babies and drinking their blood? Not me.

a reply to: FlyersFan




posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 11:57 AM
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originally posted by: Bilk22

originally posted by: mcChoodles
Here is the website.
itccs.org...

There is an hour long interview with details on the bust.

There's no amount of name calling or pathetic diversionary tactics that can take away from the facts.

I look forward to being attacked. It exposes those who fight the truth and shows who they are.

"Public Announcement of the Central Command of the Direct Action Units established by the International Common Law Court of Justice

Global Communique No. 2: August 16, 2014 – Brussels

​ ​Striking in the early hours of Friday, August 15, one of our trained Direct Action Units (DAU) in Montreal, Canada successfully disrupted the preparations for a child sacrificial cult ritual at a private residence in the fashionable Outremont district..."

a reply to: mcChoodles

Have any other supporting evidence this event occurred? Serious question.

I know you are sincere in asking this question, but ITCCS.org is up against the mother of all Secret Societies: The Nine Circle and they control the media, state, church 98%...a very tight grip.
Fighting them takes major intestinal fortitude, spiritual grounding, training (Common Law).

Normally I agree on additional sources is a good point, but this case is rare exception.

Watching the this video will demonstrate:

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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 12:10 PM
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The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.


originally posted by: Granite
but ITCCS.org is up against the mother of all Secret Societies:

Again .... ITCCS isn't real.
It's just one dude with an agenda making up a bunch of legal sounding stuff.

As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 12:21 PM
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a reply to: Granite


Normally I agree on additional sources is a good point, but this case is rare exception.

Watching the this video will demonstrate

I've watched it. In his written accounts, his "agents" arrested two people and are holding them prisoner in some ITCCS jail somewhere. In the video, he claims that Montreal police were called in and took them into custody. Which would be news to the Montreal police and media, since they don't seem to know anything about it.

The video of this supposed raid will never surface, or if it does, it'll be recycled horror film footage or poorly acted film school student caliber content. Sort of like how he used a picture of a girl with smallpox on the cover of his book about Canadian Residential Schools, and he didn't care that the caption on the photo on Wikipedia clearly states that the girl was from Bangladesh in 1973.

Dimwit's book:


Wikipedia entry on smallpox:


Totally legit, lol.


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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 12:40 PM
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(post by Granite removed for a manners violation)

posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:06 PM
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a reply to: Granite


your standard mocking reply is not EVIDENCE

Wake up. The only "evidence" of these supposed events in Montreal is the word of one man, who I just demonstrated is a known fraud.

You come up with a Montreal police incident report and arrest record of the two people in question, and I'll be happy to hear it. Until then, you're promoting an obvious hoax.


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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:24 PM
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At the time when he was being elected, everybody was bringing up Malachy and other "prophecies" showing that the new pope would be the last one.
I remember commenting at the time that the church could squash those predictions and prove them all wrong by having a new pope and then replacing him fairly quickly by just one more.
If Francis either dies or retires, and has a successor, then "Malachy" will have been finally debunked.


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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:31 PM
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That's a well known hoax.


I don't believe that Kevin Annett's organization, International Common Law Court of Justice , is a "hoax', by definition.

Kevin Annett takes himself and his causes very seriously, and has been taken seriously in public causes in previous cases, such as his work on behalf of the First Nation People in the Residential School scandals. I believe his group is an authentic and legally recognized non-profit organization, that has global support, among a certain community.

If you have evidence to the contrary, please, by all means, present it and let's bury this argument.

Kevin Annett may have become blinded by his own ego and deafened by his own voice. He may a nut with a bull horn, but he does have a following and he and his group are "real live" nut cases. This isn't a hoax, as far as I can see.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:37 PM
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a reply to: DISRAELI


If Francis either dies or retires, and has a successor, then "Malachy" will have been finally debunked.

In my opinion, common sense debunked it long ago, as the Popes on the list before it was "found" were described to a "T", while all the ones after it were vague and required mental gymnastics to make the connection. A classic sign of "prophecy after the fact."

Regardless, the goal-post shifters have already jumped into action, saying that there is actually a gap between Benedict and the final Pope, with one or more Popes gaining office, but not being on the list.

Jimmy Akin has a great article on the prophecy here: How Reliable Is the St. Malachy Prophecy?



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:38 PM
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a reply to: adjensen

Since when does using stock pictures prove a "hoax"? If it did, most of what FOX News uses, to illustrate its points, proves their news is "hoaxed"!



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:48 PM
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originally posted by: Tardacus
I thought that was suppose to be a lifetime position and you only retired when you died,that`s how it use to be. Now we have two popes "retiring" in a relatively short time period, something is odd here.


Maybe both Popes know something that we don't know?



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:50 PM
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I didn't say it proved a hoax, I said it showed him to be a fraud.

He took it right off of the Wikipedia page, which specifically says Bangladesh. It has nothing to do with Canada or anything in his book.

That said, I am not interested in conducting our usual argument, because Kevin Annett's claims are not related to this topic, apart from his latest unfounded accusations of the Pope, which has already been shown to be a hoax.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:51 PM
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originally posted by: windword
a reply to: adjensen

Since when does using stock pictures prove a "hoax"? If it did, most of what FOX News uses, to illustrate its points, proves their news is "hoaxed"!




If Fox news reports an event and shows you pictures or any footage that is not at all representative of the story, yet they show it as if is in fact representative of the story they are reporting, implied or not, then that is plain dishonest reporting, it is pure fraud, no matter how much you try and spin it.

Case in Point - ITV IRA Documentary Uses Arma II video Game Footage. Anti-Gadhafi War Marketing:


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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 01:57 PM
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a reply to: BlackManINC

Media outlets, including news outlets, use stock footage and photos all the time, to promote their agenda. If they didn't "Getty Images" would go out of business. Manipulating the emotions of any given audience is standard operating procedure, when it comes to the media, including Kevin Annett.




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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 02:06 PM
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a reply to: windword

That picture isn't from Getty Images, it's from the Centers for Disease Control. Both the CDC and Wikipedia note that it is an Asian girl from Bangladesh in 1973, not a First Nations girl in Canada in the 1920s. It is intentional fraud, not a mistake on Annett's part.

And that's my final word on the subject, which is completely off topic.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 02:11 PM
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That picture isn't from Getty Images, it's from the Centers for Disease Control. Both the CDC and Wikipedia note that it is an Asian girl from Bangladesh in 1973, not a First Nations girl in Canada in the 1920s. It is intentional fraud, not a mistake on Annett's part.


That's not the point. A stock picture is a "stock picture", regardless of where it came from.


And that's my final word on the subject, which is completely off topic.


Okay, good. But, the smudges on this pope's reputation are not hoaxes.




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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 02:14 PM
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originally posted by: windword
a reply to: BlackManINC

Media outlets, including news outlets, use stock footage and photos all the time, to promote their agenda. If they didn't "Getty Images" would go out of business. Manipulating the emotions of any given audience is standard operating procedure, when it comes to the media, including Kevin Annett.




So you are saying that I can show you footage from a video game and pass that off as real footage from a real conflict in the real world?
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posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 02:41 PM
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a reply to: BlackManINC

No, there is a big difference between Getty Images and a video game. Getty maintains an archive a stock images from actual events or of actual people, and most media outlets and publishing houses maintain subscription services to places like Getty so that if they are filing a story and need an image to go with it, they can search their archive for one that fits.

Say, I'm writing about Marilyn Monroe. It would be pretty hard for me to send out a house photog to get images of her seeing as how she's been pushing up daisies for quite a while now, so I would search through the archives my employer has subscriptions to for photos that fit my story. It wouldn't be dishonest to claim that the images are of Marilyn, nor would it be dishonest to simply give the actual photographer credit without mentioning that I got the photo from Getty and that the real photog doesn't work for our service.



posted on Aug, 19 2014 @ 03:00 PM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: BlackManINC

No, there is a big difference between Getty Images and a video game. Getty maintains an archive a stock images from actual events or of actual people, and most media outlets and publishing houses maintain subscription services to places like Getty so that if they are filing a story and need an image to go with it, they can search their archive for one that fits.

Say, I'm writing about Marilyn Monroe. It would be pretty hard for me to send out a house photog to get images of her seeing as how she's been pushing up daisies for quite a while now, so I would search through the archives my employer has subscriptions to for photos that fit my story. It wouldn't be dishonest to claim that the images are of Marilyn, nor would it be dishonest to simply give the actual photographer credit without mentioning that I got the photo from Getty and that the real photog doesn't work for our service.



No but it is dishonest to not give the photographer credit. If there is a documentary about a conflict and they show you footage from a video game without giving credit showing that it is in fact video game footage, while claiming that this is real footage from the war, then that is dishonest reporting any way you look at it.



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