Monday, September 28, 2015


 Above image - also these Gentile Pharisees, have been already condemned by Jesus Christ the Lord: "Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye are as graves which appear not, and the men that walk over them are not aware of them." Luke, 11:44

From the site of Beppe Grillo, leader of  5 Star Movement party. Beppe Grillo is married with an Iranian wife, his cousin is building highways in Iran. Like Pino Cabras, Beppe Grillo is an expression of the Genocidal Roman Catholic church, mediated by the Italian Apostate Anti-Christian  Capitalism:

Tuesday, March 05, 2013
From Dingle Bay to Bering Straits - with the amazing circus of the Five Stars.

See Pino Cabras and how Iran is funding the "truthsayers":

Saturday, September 19, 2015
Appendix to "Lies in exchange for business - part 1": al-Zarkawi and Iran.

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ISIS is a creation of the West, by Monsignor George Abou-Khazen

Monsignor George Abou-Khazenm. a Franciscan of the Custody of the Holy Land, is bishop of the Syrian city of Aleppo. For the last 11 years he’s been living in Syria and he has personal experience  of one of the bloodiest wars of this century. “We are well aware of this. Everyone knows it and everyone is aware but everyone pretends not to know: ISIS was created by western powers.” Monisgnor George Abou-Khazen
Blog - What’s Syria like?
Mons. George – The situation is very difficult, as everyone knows, and unfortunately, this dramatic situation is making people flee and escape elsewhere. There are a few reasons why these people are escaping, like suffering and the danger of death. There are many areas [in Syria, editor] where’s it’s impossible to live because of this civil war and we are sorry about this. Unfortunately, Syria is becoming empty. It is losing its population. And who’s leaving? The young people. And a nation without young people is also a nation without a future. The ones leaving are the ones with education and qualifications.
Blog - What’s Europe doing?
Mons. George – We thank Europe for its humanity and for the welcome it’s giving to these refugees. However, this is what we think: instead of dealing with the effects, why not go straight away to the roots, to the cause? By resolving the root causes, the refugee issue is solved. Instead of arming the various groups, training them and giving them incentives to fight each other, why not make them sit down together and talk about things and make peace? To be sure, it’s difficult, but it’s not impossible.
Blog - Many analysts are saying the war in Syria is a “proxy war” ...
Mons. George – We too think it’s a proxy war, unfortunately. Each of these armed groups is related to an external country that’s providing weapons and finance. Thus if there’s the will, this war could be stopped.
Blog - The USA is calling for Assad to step down. Moscow wants him to stay in power so as to start a peaceful transition. Which of the two is right?
Mons. George – The Americans say that to resolve everything, Assad has to leave, but leave what? And who would fill the vacuum? On the other hand, the Russians say that Assad is the President of a free and independent nation, re-elected by the people and thus it should be up to the people to decide whether he should stay or go. And I believe that this point of view is more just.
Blog - Do you think that a NATO-led military intervention could be the solution?
Mons. George – We are against any military intervention. War has never resolved issues. We are 100% convinced that what they think can be achieved with a military intervention can be done in a peaceful way. You just have to turn the tap off and things will be OK.
Blog - Germany announced that it wanted to welcome the Syrian refugees, then it had second thoughts. Even the USA is opening its doors. Why do you think this is?
Mons. George – Northern Europe and the United States have said they are ready to welcome these people from Syria, that’s true, but I think they’ve done that as a way of making amends for a guilty conscience.
Blog - What are you referring to?
Mons. George – You see, the international community is in difficulty because it wants to create peace, but it’s continuing to sell arms and these arms are mixed up with the blood of innocent people. Thus, this is my message, please do not sell any more arms. Anyway, we even know that ISIS is now in possession of petroleum and gas deposits and that it’s selling these. But who is buying?
Blog - Turkey?
Mons. George – Yes - Turkey and a few other countries via Turkey. However, what’s even more dangerous is that they are selling the artistic and archeological treasures of Iraq and Syria. And what they cannot sell, they are destroying. We are talking about billions for these art treasures.
Blog - And yet, even though there are setbacks, negotiations for Ankara to come into the EU are still ongoing ...
Mons. George – The European Community had started a process that we thought was logical: anyone wanting to be a member or to have a relationship with the European Union had to accept certain rules, like human rights, religious freedom etc. And let’s hope that Europe continues in this direction, because what we are seeing, even in Turkey for example, is that there’s a religious radicalism that is slowly developing. Before, it was a secular country, whereas now the people governing it are no longer secular but Islamic. And then, we have had an unhappy experience [with Turkey, editor], because many of these foreign combatants come from there. Basically, I think it’s never a bad thing to open people’s eyes.
Blog - What is ISIS?
Mons. George – There’s this organization of Islamic State that is occupying a large part of Syria, it’s said to be more than 50% of the territory, the part where there’s wealth underground, and, obviously, where there are very few people. The point is that we know this very well. Everyone knows it and everyone is aware but everyone pretends not to know. This is how we see it: ISIS was created by Western powers and today it’s also supported by other countries, like the Gulf States.
Blog - Going back to the issue of refugees: how can the boats be stopped?
Mons. George – I’m wondering why Europe and the West, that are exploiting Africa to find gold and petroleum, why are they not thinking up a development plan for these poor people? That is, create job opportunities, factories, education and knowledge in their countries. This can be done and it gives economic advantages for any exporting country as well as for the importing country, where these development plans are brought to fruition. There are a lot of Christian communities and minority groups from Syria that are leaving their lands, they are peoples like the Chaldeans, Assyrians, and the Syriacs that have thousands of years of history, language and traditions and they lose these when they are obliged to leave their cities. This is sad and it impoverishes everyone. Why are they not helped with development so that these people can stay in their own lands? It would cost Europe and the West a lot less than to receive and welcome the migrants.

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 "ISIS is a creation of the West"

[by Monsignor George Abou-Khazen]

     So you, Monsignore Abou-Khazen,  have you the courage to say now that Paolo dall'Oglio SJ is prisoner of the Western Powers? Meanwhile your fat belly is filled up from those the same Western powers "who created ISIS"? You viper, you hypocrite Franciscan, your spiritual fathers murdered the Christians all along 17 centuries of Crusades, and you built 'em the graves of oblivion and mocking, and now are you, children of Satan, again going to murder children and their mothers (meanwhile you are worshiping their icons in your perverted cult) in the Genocide of Sunnis. But more you cannot do with your poisonous tongues, after you destroy the bodies you have nothing else to do, because you are only going straight to the Eternal Lake of Fire:

  Wednesday, September 17, 2014
"Father dall'Oglio is a prisoner with the two Italian" [& with JAMES FOLEY]


 Saturday, March 21, 2015
"Focused on ISIS" - 6: Provokatsiya.

 "...For instance, even if there are three cars travelling in the countryside Assad’s air force will strike them in the belief that it must be a convoy. Now you tell me, when movement is coming under such intense scrutiny how was ISIS able to move a convoy of 200 vehicles from one province to another and finally into Iraq without coming under one single attack or meeting resistance at any regime checkpoints?"

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Saturday, September 12, 2015

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