Nutella Connection and Gnostic Front: case closed:
"THE STATUETTE OF MADONNA
In each factory Ferrero is waking a statue of Our Lady of Lourdes.
But to not offend Muslims of the factory in Manisa, Turkey, the designers had not set her up.
When Mr. Michele came to taste the spreads of Turks competitors , the little statue was introduced in the room.
He never knew that she was removed after his departure".
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Above image - an ISIS' militiaman exhibiting a glass jar of Michele Ferrero's Nutella in hand - picture reported by Hristo Stiliyanov in his:
петък, 15 август 2014 г.
.... I then quoted in my:
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Qatar and the Vaudoises [the Nutella Connection]
"Nutella and Madonna":
".....Daily column by P. Salvatore Brugnano"Brothers, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God" ..... "God"? But for the Jesuit Gnostics "God" is the synonimous of "pope", the idol of flesh of Satan. Therefore.... "all to the glory of the papacy!", the Jesuits' motto.
Beautiful stories ... for better living
Nutella and Madonna.
Michele Ferrero is dead, a protagonist of the history of the industry, and rigorous man of faith: "The secret of success? Our Lady of Lourdes. "He wanted it that a statue of Our Lady was present in each of the Group's plants around the world. To the sweetness of the product Michele added the tenderness of Marian devotion.
Saturday afternoon February 14 in Monte Carlo, after months of illness died Michele Ferrero, 89, father of Nutella, but also of the Mon Cheri, of Kinder, of the Rocher, the Fiesta, the Pocket Coffee and all the products that have marked the 'statement of the company which was born in Alba in 1946.
In the celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the company, Michele Ferrero said: "The success of Ferrero we owe to Our Lady of Lourdes, without her we can not". In fact, a statue of Our Lady was present in each of the group's factories around the world.
Michele Ferrero was the richest person in the country with assets of 26.8 billion dollars and a man of granite faith . A life away from spotlights without grips for a fictionalized life-story. Every year he went on a pilgrimage to Lourdes bringing top managers and organized the visit to the shrine for French employees.
He materials come his empire valuing the best of Italy with quality products and innovation capacity. But his talent was rare in being able to involve employees and to show special attention to employees training them, enhancing them. "My only concern - he once said - is that the company is increasingly solid and strong to ensure to everyone who works a safe workplace."
Under his direction the company of Nutella has become one of the leading confectionery worldwide, present in 53 countries with over 34,000 employees [34 = 2 X 17 aka year 2017 - avles' note] and 20 manufacturing plants and nine farms. And always to his will was born, in 1983, the Ferrero Foundation, which apart from the former employees promotes cultural and artistic with the motto "Work, create, donate"
(Source: Avvenire, February 15, 2015).
Bible. Letter of Paul to the Corinthians.
"Brothers, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God ... Do not be a source of scandal ... Strive to please everyone in everything, without seeking your interest but that of many, because may be saved "(cf. 1 Cor 10.31 to 11.1).
To the sweetness of the industrial product Michele Ferrero added the tenderness of Marian devotion and solid and strong attention to ensure that all its employees and workers have a safe workplace.
February 17, 2015.....".
"Safe workplace": only a form of propaganda for Catholicism, to bury the spiritual heritage of the Vaudoises with Marxist (Social Doctrine) theology, meanwhile the jesuits' WDG provides unemployment all along the world in order to lay the groundwork for jesuits' revolutions.
February 17, 2015 = month 2th and day 17th, again year 2017, codenamed "34": the Great Jesuit Obsession.
[Edit: the post has been upgraded with an "ancient Egypt" link above which there are quoted some comments of this post - see under the image of Turin's Mole Antonelliana spectacular building]
Above image - an excerpt of the landscape of Turin, Piedmont: far away the mountains whose valleys were inhabited by the Vaudoises (Christians).
The chocolate drama to an end. You see in the isis and turks "desire of the archons" towards the chocolate which is, of course, Sophia. They are "nuts" for her. Of course the gnostics believe we are too, but don't want to have anything to do with their delusions.
"For she," he says, "arousing desire in those Powers, and appearing in the form of a woman, could not reäscend into heaven, because the Powers which were in heaven did not permit her to reascend." Moreover, she looked for another Power, that is to say, the presence of Simon himself, which would come and free her.
"...displaying her beauty, she drove them to frenzy, and on this account was she sent for the despoiling of the Rulers who brought the world into being; and the Angels themselves went to war on her account; and while SHE EXPERIENCED NOTHING, they set to work to mutually slaughter each other on account of the desire which she infused into them for herself."
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Israel of the Alps: 1700 years of persecutions
Israel of the Alps: 1700 years of persecutions
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"...But to not offend Muslims of the factory in Manisa, Turkey, the designers had not set her up."
In...:".....Ignored in the confrontation, but enlarging the camp of Erdogan. That is what you call clean work. By simulating conspiratorial activity, the jesuits have practically delivered Turkey to the AKP.......". [by Hristo Stiliyanov].
сряда, 21 януари 2015 г.
The society of Jesus and their SISI poking the islamic beast
At the end, also USA must mourn Michele Ferrero's death. The New York Times:
"that Mr. Ferrero visited the shrine of the Madonna of Lourdes every year and that every Ferrero plant and office in the world had a statue of the Madonna."
Michele Ferrero, Tycoon Who Gave the World Nutella, Dies at 89
By HILARY STOUTFEB. 15, 2015
Michele Ferrero, widely regarded as the richest man in Italy and — a distinction more notable to lovers of sweets everywhere — the creator of Nutella, died on Saturday at his home in Monte Carlo. He was 89.
His death was announced on the website of his company, the Ferrero Group. The cause was not disclosed, but reports in the Italian news media said he had been ill for several months.
Mr. Ferrero presided over a vast international confectionary empire; he was sometimes referred to as a real-life Willy Wonka. He ranked 22nd on the most recent Forbes list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of $26.5 billion. The magazine stated the source of his wealth simply: “chocolates.”
Actually, it was more than chocolates; Ferrero products include fruity and minty Tic Tacs, as well as Ferrero-Rocher candies and Kinder snacks. The company, which Mr. Ferrero’s father, Pietro, started in a Piedmont pastry shop in the 1940s, grew under the younger Mr. Ferrero’s leadership into a worldwide powerhouse, rivaling Mars, Nestlé and Hershey. Its sales in 2014 totaled about $10 billion.
It was Nutella, a thick spread of chocolate and hazelnut, that truly captivated the world’s taste buds.
“World’s flags should be at half-mast: Nutella owner has died,” read one of the many posts on Twitter after Mr. Ferrero’s death — which poetically enough came on Valentine’s Day — was reported.
Though considered delectable by generations of children and adults, Nutella actually began as a shrewd business move. Pietro Ferrero was looking for a way to cut costs at a time when cocoa was expensive and still under wartime ration. Hazelnuts, however, were abundant, so he came up with the idea of developing a less expensive sweet by mixing them with cocoa.
The concoction he created came in a loaf, wrapped in tinfoil. It was called Pasta Gianduja, named after a famous regional carnival character.
After Michele Ferrero took over the company, he transformed the product into a creamy spread in 1964 and named it Nutella. Last year the Italian postal service issued a commemorative stamp to honor Nutella’s 50th anniversary.
In 1983, the company began exporting Nutella to the United States, where it has enjoyed enormous popularity. At Columbia University a couple of years ago the university said students were consuming more than 100 pounds of it a day.
Mr. Ferraro took over the business after his father’s death in 1949 and presided over its rapid global growth, opening the first international plants in Germany. Today it operates in 53 countries.
But the company remains privately held and a family endeavor. In 1997 Mr. Ferrero turned over the daily running of the company to his two sons, Pietro and Giovanni. Pietro died while bicycling in South Africa in 2011; Giovanni remains chief executive of the company.
Mr. Ferrero continued to be involved in the business into his 80s. He traveled by helicopter from his home in Monte Carlo to the company’s main factory in the Italian town of Alba almost daily until a few years ago.
Michele Ferrero was born on April 26, 1925, in Dogliani, Italy, to Piera and Pietro Ferrero. In addition to his son Giovanni, survivors include his wife, Maria. Complete information on survivors was not immediately available.
Mr. Ferrero, who often wore dark glasses in public, was said to be intensely private and to never give newspaper interviews. But in 2011, a reporter for the British newspaper The Guardian was allowed into the company’s Alba headquarters and wrote about the experience. His article noted, among other details, that Mr. Ferrero visited the shrine of the Madonna of Lourdes every year and that every Ferrero plant and office in the world had a statue of the Madonna....".