Wes Clark: Nostradamus' Blue-hat Anti-Christ?

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posted on Nov, 4 2003 @ 10:01 PM
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Just wild guessing but the first time I saw this man I thought his eyes were too hollow, nothing there, just...black.

Didn't nostradamus predict the antichrist would wear a blue hat (like those baby blue UN helmets).

He also said he would be mortally wounded or something.

Antichrist would like killing christians and he was connected to the slaughter of christians in Waco.

Wasn't the Kosovo conflict basically another christian killing bloodbath?




posted on Nov, 4 2003 @ 10:10 PM
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Off topic here, kind of...but don't you think his face looks rubbery? Laugh if you want, but his sunken face and rubbery yellow skin makes him look like a corpse waiting to be buried.

Just my two cents.



posted on Nov, 4 2003 @ 10:37 PM
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you people are pretty perceptive about things regarding the physical/metaphysical connection...



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 01:48 AM
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With all this suspicion and whatnot being focused on Clark, I think he me may be the one to actually threaten the regime...



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 02:01 AM
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Originally posted by Flinx
With all this suspicion and whatnot being focused on Clark, I think he me may be the one to actually threaten the regime...


You know, I thought that for a while too. My Father and my grandmother on my mother's side are the only two people in my family who are as "into" politics as I am, and both of them really love Clark.

Me, I'm still split. The person I like simply will not win the primary, so I'm forced into liking the only other two Democrats that appeal to me. Kerry and Clark.

I like Kerry because he's about as big of an environmentalist you're going to find nowadays. I would like to see an effort towards finding alternate fuel sources and Kerry has really been pushing that down everyone's throat at his speeches. Of course, he is also throwing around his Veterans status a bit too much and is coming off arrogant.

As for Clark, I don't know anything about him other then that he is a southerner and a General. He is the only Democrat capable of pulling in wayward Republicans....

There is nothing a southerner loves better then a "Good ole boy who made it". Especially when that "Good ole boy" is a General. I believe they call that "General Lee Syndrome" That's why Eisonhower was so popular with Southerners. I remember reading that somewhere, funny but true.

EDIT:

And I know Kerry was a member of Skull and Bones, but I think...or at least I hope, that he knows his roots and doesn't let them control him if he were to become president.

[Edited on 5-11-2003 by Kai-Raega]



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 07:52 AM
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I'm still trying to determine who scares me more...

Bush, or Clark...

Both are pretty firmly entrenched in the whole NWO...and honestly, regardless of which one is in office, we're going to have other major offensives, and the start of WWIII sooner rather than later....



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 08:02 AM
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Originally posted by Herder
Antichrist would like killing christians and he was connected to the slaughter of christians in Waco.

Wasn't the Kosovo conflict basically another christian killing bloodbath?


Uh, no it wasn't. Unless you think a polygamist cult leader who was "married" to 11 year old girls and having sex with them is an OK Christian leader and that his viewpoints were right Christian doctrine.



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 08:27 AM
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Uh, no it wasn't. Unless you think a polygamist cult leader who was "married" to 11 year old girls and having sex with them is an OK Christian leader and that his viewpoints were right Christian doctrine.


Hehe....yep.

Lets see...our choices are:

1. War-mongering current president.

OR

2. An ACTUAL military general...

Either way, it's an early delivery for WWIII.....



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 08:46 AM
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Observer, its been some time since I had read about Waco but could you link some actual facts to where Koresh was guilty of statutory rape?

The media completely went over the top in vilifying the branch davidians.

As far as the "right" christian doctrine, please, is there such a thing?



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 08:48 AM
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Wesley Clark=Bill Clinton

Wesley clark will carry on the bush doctrine until the sheep have forgotten enough about the bush's to elect jeb in 2008 or 2012, depending on how well clark toes the NWO line. Clinton did a really good job of making the country hate the democrats and toeing the NWO line.

You can tell Clark is from the same power structure as Reagan, Clinton, Bush 41 and W. Same old world connections, etc.



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by Herder
Observer, its been some time since I had read about Waco but could you link some actual facts to where Koresh was guilty of statutory rape?

The media completely went over the top in vilifying the branch davidians.

As far as the "right" christian doctrine, please, is there such a thing?


How about this excerpt:
Linedecker claims that the local newspaper was running a series of articles about Koresh's dubious activities, entitled "The Sinful Messiah," based on accounts by defectors like Marc Breault, who later authored Inside the Cult. Breault had hired detectives to snoop around and when contacted by the ATF, he supplied a number of detailed descriptions of his former associates. He denounced Koresh, speaking of child abuse and polygamy.
Taken from this link

Try a google search on Koresh, there is plenty out there about the accusations of child abuse and his polygamy.

Is there such a thing as "right" Christian doctrine? I don't know but my guess is that child abuse and polygamy would not be in many that Jesus would actually like.



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 09:08 AM
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Observer, lets just say that Koresh was Satan Himself.

Whatever Koresh did or didn't do, there were many many other people in there, some even children. think about that and then read this text provided by your article.



Nevertheless, there was no doubt that the initiating ATF raid was ill planned and completely unnecessary.




Koresh could have been arrested peacefully away from the compound while a search was activated.




In a videotape for the History Channel, entitled "Cults," journalist Mike Wallace sternly points out that there were many people to blame for what happened to the Branch Davidians inside the compound, not just them, and there might never be complete clarity on the issue.




The ATF made another suspicious decision as well. On May 12, less then a month after the incident, they bulldozed the site. In other words, if there were any clues remaining after the fire that might have provided information as to what took place, they were now beyond use


That sounds distinctively like the NWO at work.



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 09:15 AM
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This is all fine a dandy, I couldn't care less about the NWO implications I just wanted to point out the Koresh was a freak.

And the idea that Kosovo was a Christian killing bloodbath shows how little you know of the Balkans. Or are you a Serb?



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 10:05 AM
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No serb, just a concerned person. My take on Kosovo is very light as I just didn't track it so I will concede that.

However, Wes Clark reeks of NWO and possibly the A/C



posted on Nov, 5 2003 @ 10:14 AM
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Originally posted by Herder
Just wild guessing but the first time I saw this man I thought his eyes were too hollow, nothing there, just...black.


You're TOTALLY freaking me out. Everytime I look at him I think that. Like he's an alien in a human body or something. The eyes AREN'T RIGHT. I watched him on the Rock the Vote last night and I just can't tell what species he is.





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