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Originally posted by Isaacland
Rome have shadow governments everywhere around the world, they control many powerful organisations and also Communications media in broadcasting, online business and in newspaper industry.
....Either way, the prohibition poisoning proves not only that conspiracies do happen, but that government can and will target their own people if it serves their own ends.
This is the problem with conspiracies. People simply don't believe they could happen, at least not in their own backyard. People are much more willing to believe that the German government or the French government are capable of conspiring against their citizens, but won't even entertain the possibility that the U.S. government would do such a thing. The sad truth is that no government, not even the united states, is above corruption, and none should be allowed to have their activities go unquestioned.
Originally posted by katseyes
reply to post by QtheQ
History has a way of repeating itself eh?
.....and probably always will as long as Rome is pulling the strings.
Good answer, it will always be the case as long as Rome is running it yes, a repeat after a reapeat and so on. It like a cycle game.
A frail man sits in chains inside a dank, cold prison cell. He has escaped death before but now realizes that his execution is drawing near.
“I am already being poured out like a drink offering, and the time of my departure has come,” the man –the Apostle Paul - says in the Bible's 2 Timothy. “I have fought the good fight. I have finished the race. I have kept the faith.”
The passage is one of the most dramatic scenes in the New Testament. Paul, the most prolific New Testament author, is saying goodbye from a Roman prison cell before being beheaded. His goodbye veers from loneliness to defiance and, finally, to joy.
There’s one just one problem - Paul didn’t write those words. In fact, virtually half the New Testament was written by impostors taking on the names of apostles like Paul.
Originally posted by Josephus23
Greetings my fellow brothers and sisters fighting the good fight against Rome.
I had to take a vacation up in the mountains to clear my head and I have returned to very sad news indeed.
Originally posted by ISeeTheFnords
Also, hope you don't mind, but I've created a PDF of your original post (giving credit & websource & you of course- not claiming it as "MY" work.
But the people i've given paper copies of to read "BC i know they won't visit this site" have responded overwhelmingly that "(snip - holy snipping snip) that this is making lot's of sense.
And when i tell them after, that despite the history they've been taught, the US never outlawed slavery, they simply outsourced it, they really get wide eyed when confronted with the info.
Thanks for all the work you put in your thread.
Originally posted by ProtoplasmicTraveler
Enter the Knights Templar
Much had changed in the Roman world, since Caesar took refuge in the tiny Roman State of Seborga, one thing had not changed though, Seborga still remained an independent state of the Roman Empire on 1118 when seven wealthy knights from Europe stopped at the Abbey and Monastery build atop its Holy Hill.
On their way to the Crusades, the 7 knights were made an offer by the Prince Abbot that ruled the tiny Roman State.
In exchange for their Earthly wealth, they would be dubbed the Poor Militia of Christ, and told the secret of the Abbey, that entombed within it, was the body of Gaius Julius Caesar and the Roman Imperial Scepter and that Christ was but a fabrication invented by Rome to use divide and conquer warfare to conquer the world.
That a Council of Eight had long guarded these secrets, and that by accepting one of the Abbot’s monks to ride along with them, that the 8 of them, would help to change the course of the world, and bring about Caesar’s grand plans.
Instructed to inflict maximum carnage on the battlefield against the Sarasin and Islamic Soldiers, if they succeeded in their task, that the privilege of making the ruins of the Second Temple would be their duty and privilege, to excavate all that remains, of the real religion the Hebrews once practiced there, that could put the lie to the whole grand plan.
There courage and exploits became legendary, and when Jerusalem feel, Rome made good on the Prince Abbot’s promise and redubbed them the Templar Knights.
They would spend decades excavating the ruins of the Temple of its hidden treasures and scrolls to carry back to Seborga, securing and learning their secrets. Of the 23 Grand Masters of the Templar Knights 15 were also elected Prince of Seborga over the years, and would sit on the Council of Eight.
The Council of Eight that still rules the Roman World and the Shadow Government to this day.
However, on 10 June 1190, Emperor Frederick drowned in the Saleph river. Arab historians report that his servants had encamped before the river, and that the emperor had gone to the river to drink and bathe, however, he neglected to take his armor off and he was carried away by the currents underwater and then died. Some of Frederick's men put him in a barrel of vinegar to preserve his body.
Originally posted by Isaacland
My backpack is filled and i am ready to leave for my meditation trip...but before i go, i want to tell you all who thinks that ROME's Tyrannical Power have not infiltrated the United States, ''think again'' because even here in America, when someone is smart enought to understand real conspiracies, hidden reality and protest against it and exposed TPTB wih their secret agenda....well...ROME traps them, shut them up and makes them disappeared.
edit on 24-5-2011 by Isaacland because: (no reason given)