Satanism…

Satan, also called Lucifer by many Christians, first appears in the Books of Chronicles provoking David to take a census of Israel.

Despite heavy criticism from other religious groups, there are signs that Satanistic beliefs have become more socially tolerated. Satanism is now allowed in the Royal Navy of the British Armed Forces, despite much opposition from Christians. The British Armed Forces are active and regular participants in NATO and other coalition operations. Britain is also party to the Five Power Defence Arrangements. Recent operations have included wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and participation in the UN-mandated war against Libya.

Pictures: 1) The downward-pointing pentagram is often used to represent Satanism.  2) Israeli flag 3) Chamber of the UN-building in New York.  4) Israeli Premier Nethanyahu and UN-president Moon

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9 thoughts on “Satanism…

  1. kruitvat Post author

    Gaza: a deal between the US., Israel and the UN…

    1) On November 15, 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama praised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for urging his cabinet to accept a U.S. proposal to extend a freeze on West Bank settlement building for 90 days. Under the plan, Washington would block UN resolutions critical of Israel, and supply Israel with fighter jets worth $3 billion. The US government also promisedIsrael that after the 90-day moratorium, they would not seek an extension, and settlement construction in the West Bank and East Jerusalem (all of which is illegal under international law) could continue unabated.
    2) In February 2011, more than 100 nations voted for a U.N. resolution that would have condemned illegal Israeli settlements and halted any new construction. The United States vetoed it.
    3) On February 19, 2011, Israel said it was deeply grateful to the United States after it vetoed a United Nations resolution put forward by the Palestinian leadership condemning Israeli settlement activities.

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  2. kruitvat Post author

    The idea of terrorize and kill civilians with weapons of mass-destruction in the hope to break the resistance of a government, comes from Nazi Germany. Hitler authorised full-scale development work on the “pilotless airplane” in June 1942. Nazi Germany used the unmanned aircraft (V1, V2) to bomb London. In total, the V-1 attacks caused 22,892 casualties (almost entirely civilians). More than 10,000 V1′s were launched, 7488 reached England. More than six thousand civilians were killed and eighteen thousand were wounded. The 1150 V2′s that landed in London, killed 2,742 civilians and wounded 6467. The total property damage was 23,000 houses totally destroyed and 100,000 damaged.

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  3. kruitvat Post author

    The drones (unmanned aircraft) used by NATO for bombing Afghanistani, Pakistani and Libyan civilians are designed by Israel. The Israelis are denied entry into Afghanistan, but nevertheless, the Israeli drones provide ‘security’ for the coalition in Afghanistan. Israeli drones are used by Canada, France, Australia and Germany in Afghanistan. Today, Israeli specialists are on the air base at Ein Shemer for training the flight of “Herons” repainted in the colors of Germany. Most of Israeli military products are standard NATO-compatible.

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  4. kruitvat Post author

    Libya:

    On 1.3.2011, speaking at a conference in Brussels, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon said ‘international moves to impose a no-fly zone over Libya to stop Moamer Kadhafi using air strikes against his own people, had not been discussed by the Israeli government’. “If you ask me personally, I think it should be imposed. There is a danger of genocide. Morally we have to stop it. Its best to have the UN’s okay”, Ayalon said. (AFP) (Ayalon was the Israeli embassador in Washington)
    On 2.3.2011 (just 1 day after the visit of the Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon to the NATO headquarters in Brussels), the American Minister of State Hillary Clinton, who has a very good relation with the Israeli-American lobbygroup AIPAC, said that Gadaffi ‘had to go’ and that ‘ nobody had to leave crocodile tears’.

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  5. kruitvat Post author

    The killers of Colonel Gadaffi: British government, American government, the corrupted United Nations…

    23rd March 2011 – Yesterday a war of words erupted between the U.S. and Britain after the U.K. government claimed Muammar Gaddafi is a legitimate target for assassination.
    U.K. government officials said killing the Libyan leader would be legal if it prevented civilian deaths as laid out in a U.N. resolution.
    But U.S. defence secretary Robert Gates hit back at the suggestion, saying it would be ‘unwise’ to target the Libyan leader adding cryptically that the bombing campaign should stick to the ‘U.N. mandate’.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1368693/Libya-war-Germans-pull-forces-NATO-Libyan-coalition-falls-apart.html

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  6. kruitvat Post author

    Pakistan:

    Pakistani civilians killed in drone attacks…
    http://story.irishsun.com/index.php/ct/9/cid/2411cd3571b4f088/id/769208/cs/1/

    US drones killed 957 Pakistani civilians in 2010
    Thursday 14th April, 2011
    (IANS)

    A total of 957 Pakistani civilians were killed in American drone attacks in the country 2010, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan said in its annual report Thursday.

    The report that focused on human rights violations in the country also laid an emphasis on terror attacks in 2010, according to Xinhua.

    It said terrorist attacks in Pakistan left 2,542 people dead and 5,062 others injured in 2010.

    ‘Target killings’ in the country’s port city of Karachi saw the death of 237 political activists while in the southwestern province of Balochistan, at least 118 people were killed, the report said.

    At least 1,159 people, including 1,041 civilians, lost their lives in 67 suicide bomb attacks in the country.

    During 2010, at least 12,580 people were killed in different incidents, including 791 honour killings. A total of 581 people were kidnapped for ransom.

    The report, whose statistics were derived largely from media and other undisclosed sources, criticised the government for failing to protect the citizens, especially religious minorities.

    It said the biggest terrorist incident took place in Lahore at a place of worship place of a religious minority. The attack left 99 members of the Ahmadi sect dead.

    The commission officials, in the report, urged political parties to work together to improve the human rights situation in the country.

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  7. kruitvat Post author

    Somalia

    Somalian civilians killed in drone attacks…
    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/208142.html

    US terror drones kill 38 more Somalis
    Thu Nov 3, 2011

    At least 38 Somali civilians have been killed in a US assassination drone attack near the country’s border with Ethiopia, Press TV reports.

    Two US terror drones carried out airstrikes in Qeydar and Marodile towns near Somalia-Ethiopia borders on Wednesday, killing 38 people and injuring 74 others.

    The aerial attacks come few days after the prominent US daily Washington Post revealed in a report that the US flies “armed” drones from a secret airfield in Ethiopia’s southern city of Arba Minch.

    The US Air Force has spent millions of dollars to improve the airfield in Ethiopia to accommodate a fleet of Reaper drones that carry Hellfire missiles and precision-guided bombs, the report said.

    A day after the report was published, the Americans admitted to flying unmanned aerial vehicles from Ethiopia, claiming that the assassination drones merely conduct surveillance missions in the Horn of Africa.

    Although the United States has tried to downplay its military and intelligence presence in the Horn of Africa region, the US military has carried out numerous terror drone strikes in Somalia in the past few months, killing hundreds of people, most of them civilians.

    Somalia is the sixth country where the US military has engaged in unauthorized aerial bombing campaigns through the use of its remote-controlled aircraft.

    The United States has also deployed its assassination drones for aerial attacks in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Iraq, and Yemen.

    Washington claims the airstrikes target anti-American militants, though a far greater number of victims of such attacks have been civilians.

    MSH/MYA/MB

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  8. kruitvat Post author

    US and its allies: UN resolutions as chewing gum for bombing and killing civilians…

    31 August, 2011
    ‘NATO used UN resolution as chewing gum’

    NATO says it has no immediate plans to leave Libya as there is still a danger to civilians despite the rebels now controlling most of the country. However, Russia’s envoy to NATO says the alliance’s arguments are hard to take seriously.
    “We have to be very careful with regards to what official NATO representatives say today, because statements of tens of thousands of bombs and other ammunition being dropped on Libya having no adverse effect on civilians – that’s what NATO has been claiming – that’s very hard to believe,” Dmitry Rogozin told RT. “That defines that we should be careful with regard to official statements from Brussels.”
    Russia’s ambassador to the alliance also noted that NATO deliberately and openly went beyond UN resolution 1973 that allowed for maintenance of a “no-fly zone” over Libya.
    “The 1973 resolution was used by NATO as a chewing gum, so to say. I think that NATO might be deliberately demonstrating its disregard for the UN Security Council, to demonstrate that NATO is equal to the United Nations nowadays and will be getting even more significant and powerful in the future,” he said.
    According to Rogozin, the conclusions that can be drawn from NATO’s actions in Libya are much more significant than the situation in Libya itself.
    “NATO is turning into a global policeman now, using any resolutions taken by the UN Security Council to serve its own interests, without looking at the interests of other groups, even the interests of those they are claiming to be liberating in Libya,” he said.
    “Knowing NATO, I doubt very seriously that NATO was actually concerned about the security of ordinary Libyans when they were interfering in this conflict,” Russia’s ambassador to the alliance added.
    Moreover, Dmitry Rogozin believes that the post-conflict state of affairs in Libya, with the possibility of different rebel groups disputing or even turning against each other sooner or later, will be a chance for certain Western countries to secure a permanent presence in Libya in order to control its vast oil resources.
    “The 21st century has already introduced itself as the era of wars for resources. The resources are running short, the consumption in Western countries is not going to go down any time soon,” he said. “This means that there will be wars for new regions and new resources, and the actions of specific Western countries, as well as the entire coalition, such as NATO, will be gaining momentum in the future.”
    http://rt.com/news/nato-chewing-resolution-libya-525/

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