Is Netanyahu about to allow or cause an attack on Israel just to stay in power? Will he blame Iran to start WW3?

March 11th, 2018

No one is stupid enough to attack Israel. Thus if an attack happens onto Israel, there would only be one reason for it. The leadership wants it to happen. Netanyahu is a cornered rat. He has lost all of allies. He has nothing left and his time is finished. He will not go quietly. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that multiple wars that were “caused” by external sources throughout Israeli’s history, were in actuality carried forth by Israeli elements “outside of the country.” They were always well-planned and scripted for very specific purposes, one reason being to never be implicated that they were the original cause.

There are currently mass drills going on between the US and Israeli in case any type of attack occurs. How can anyone “predict” when a massive attack is going to come from an outside source? Who would be so stupid to telegraph an attack, and who would attack anyways because they would be subsequently destroyed by the IDF?My argument would be that the only way they can predict an attack is if they are the original root cause.

As has happened in the past, which can be proven by any historian looking in the right place, the same can happen in the future. Israel attacks itself when it suits its purpose. Disgusting, but true. Netanyahu and whatever den of allies he has left, does not care one iota for the Israeli common citizen. He only cares for himself. Someone with nothing to lose is the most dangerous person in the world.

And then we get this message today:
“On this upcoming Tuesday, March 13 the Home Front Commend will operate a drill.
During the drill there will be a siren heard at 11:05am and 7:05pm.
Don’t be panic, this won’t be the breakout of world war 3.
If there will be a need for a real siren, another siren will be followed by the first one.”

I am not concerned for the first few sentences, I’m concerned for the last sentence.
How would they they be able to predict the possibility or need for a “real siren?” And if they can predict the possibility, why would they not tell us that even if there is the slightest chance of war, that we should leave the city?

I asked is this normal? Should we come to school on this day? And they informed me that yes I was fully expected to come to class.

Does this make sense? The message clearly states that there is some possibility that a “real siren”, I would assume meaning a “real attack”, could occur. Why should we come to school if there is ANY possibility of a “real siren”? Why would they not warn us to leave the city? And how the heck does anyone know that a real attack could come if the Israeli leadership was not actually planning on doing it themselves, which they have a historical record of doing so, just to take the heat off of Netanyahu, who is about to be crucified by the government?



If any attack happens on Israel, he will surely blame it fully on Iran, and subsequently drag the US into World War 3 with Iran. Wake up people. This is not a joking matter… The writing is on the wall if you can put the puzzle pieces together.



How could the possibly know that a real siren could occur? It seems they will do a test siren to get people into bunkers and then they will do the real siren after people are already in bunkers. If this happens, you will know it was completely orchestrated by elements within.

It truly sickens me if any of my analysis is true.

I truly hope that none of this happens, but if it does, Bibi, you are going to burn buddy. Truly.

You best just go on your way… You deserve to be behind bars for the rest of your life… You cannot escape His Justice. No matter what you try…

Peace and Shalom.


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My Foundation of Christianity

March 8th, 2018

Tel Aviv, Israel

Although I was born and raised Christian, I do not label myself a Christian at the moment. The reason that I don’t call myself a Christian any longer is not because I do not believe in or love God or Jesus, it is because I understand the “prerequisites” of what a Christian considers a Christian to be. Out of my respect for Christianity, I do not label myself a Christian. But I have all the respect in the world for those that do.

To me it is like this. Once someone “finds God”, there is no longer a “need” to continue to label oneself anything. To me the greatest success of Jesus, or the type of Christianity that I was raised with, is his or its ability to point the direction to God. Many Hindu authors I have read have a perfect way of describing this process. If one wants to find God, one has to look for a signpost first. They say, “Imagine God to be the moon over the horizon. Sometimes the moon is hazy or foggy, so it is hard to see. To make it easier to see the moon, look for a tree branch in front of the moon. Once you see the branch, look further and you will eventually see the moon. Once you see the moon, you don’t necessarily have to continue to look for or at the branch.” In essence Jesus was to me the tree branch that I needed to see God. For whatever reason, this path worked for me. I was able to see and connect to the moon (God)… Jesus would not be upset with me that I do not feel the need or obligation to continue to look for him. He would be happy that I found the moon; that’s what his life was meant for… to lead us towards God, to lead us to the water… After that it is purely up to us individually to drink the water, or not. You can lead a horse… yadda yadda yadda.

I always like to ask the question to Christians, “Do you think Jesus would have wanted to have a religion built upon him? Or more specifically do you think he would have wanted to be “worshipped”?” If Jesus would have answered yes to either, he would not have deserved either. If he would have said no, I ask why do you continue to worship him and go against his will? When I thought about this, I stopped “worshipping” him. I learned to talk with the One above that Jesus wanted me to learn to talk to… My connection to God is not a “worshipping” relationship, it is an equal one. The worst marriages are when either “partner” feels superior to the other. A “relationship” with God is completely the same.

Christianity, Jesus, and the Bible are all still very important parts of my life. I still read the Bible quite often. I still pray almost every day. I still research and read about Jesus’s life and Christianity, a lot. In those regards, I would say I am just as “Christian” as anyone, and more so in many ways… Like I said, I just understand the “prerequisites” that most Christians consider someone to be or have to label themselves as a Christian. Since I do not fit all of the prerequisites, out of my respect for Christianity itself, I do not label myself as one. Although, if someone asks, I always say that I was raised Christian.  I am eternally and forever grateful to the religion, the teachers, and people that I grew up with helping me and guiding me along the way. I know that the “foundation” that I built during this time period, even if difficult at times, is one of the most important aspects of who I am today.

At this moment, I do not exclusively study Christianity. I have studied about all religions and practiced applying certain aspects of each one, to experience and verify whether or not they were also onto something perhaps unique to their own religion. To me God would have never made it easy by putting all the most important aspects of religion or spirituality into a single religion. I see absolutely nothing wrong with this. Personally, although the foundation of Christianity was extremely important for me, I still was not truly happy or “at peace with myself” from only practicing Christianity. And thus I was eventually “forced” to surrender to God and I asked him to teach me more. A long time ago after I “found Him” and asked him to “teach me” what He wanted me to know, he slowly led me to who I am now. Everything that I have learned from other religions, spiritualities, philosophies, and metaphysics have been because he knew the “sincerity” or my surrender. It was not a half-ass request… God has this power; to know who are sincerely seeking Him and who are sincerely asking Him for guidance in order to be his servant or messenger. He sends the calls, but it is up to us whether or not we sincerely answer. I say thank you to Him everyday for believing in me that I had what it took…

It has not been an easy path… And it will not be an easy path for I have asked him to test and challenge me constantly to the limits of what I can take. These limits have constantly increased as time has gone by. The challenge I have before me at this moment is probably the greatest test that He has put me through, but I asked for it… To “build me up” to where I could eventually be sent on the most difficult “missions” that He needed someone to see through. Although I may come up a little short, I know that I will give it my best. That is all that I or anyone can do; to give our best. I know there are many people in the world who have helped me to become who I am, and I thank all of them as well, for God has also worked through them… I ask those who believe to pray for me as I have a very tough challenge ahead. I shall make it through this abyss, but it will be a deep struggle. In the end ultimately it is all about the journey and not the destination… Cliche but true. 😉

Thank you for reading this…

Just wanted to share this fully and get it off of my chest…

Peace, Shalom, and Namaste!