Re: About the "Second Advent"
- VALENTINA BRUNETTI wrote:
About the "Second Advent"
Andrea wrote and elaborated such wonderful items and connections,
Andrea, as always, a brother. Things to do with the RAPTURE should
have also been brought in conjunction, sorry Andrea, with this post
subject of yours, SECOND ADVENT. It was wonderful. True Good Will
"Today's events show a "new alliance" between "Christian" fundies
and Zionists in order to build an image of "The Second Christ "
totally different from the kind- hearted, brotherly and, in the
meantime, gently powerful Presence that is the gesture of the
actual Etheric Christ.
In this picture the third backward stream- the Islamic- has been
given the character of the "enemy" to be destroyed by all the
possible means but, if we bear in mind the events of WWII, we see
that an usual mean of struggle of the Hindrancers against the Lofty
Beings has always been the historical contrast between different
streams that, at the core, are all equally under Black powers'
command Needless to say that the hope of a victory of Kerry
over Dubya in the next US President's Elections is not of much hope
due to the fact that both Kerry and Dubya are "Skull & Bones" men ,
namely "Lodges' addicts"."
"So the (tens of?) millions of us in this country who were right all
along about Iraq and about the utter depravity of the Bush regime
are scratching our heads right now. The Nominee-in-Waiting of the
Party that opposes the Mendacity on the Hill is spouting the same
brand of claptrap, and I, for one, am as pissed as the prescient
Scott Ritter was when David Kay lumped him in with the voluntarily
The offending statement was made in a speech yesterday at
Westminster College, where John Kerry said: "We stand on the eve of
an anniversary in this country -- the day that major combat
operations were declared over in Iraq and the president
declared, 'mission accomplished.' I don't think there's anyone in
this room today or 6,000 miles away who doesn't wish that those
words had been true." (emphasis mine)
Excuse me, Senator, but that - like Kay's "We were all wrong" and
Condi Rice's "No one could have predicted it" - is an insulting
banality that ignores recent history. The "mission" that you claim
everyone is rooting for is the same one I protested against in
Augusta Maine, in New York City and twice in Washington DC, before
the invasion that you enabled; I was just one of millions who did
so. We are still protesting against that misbegotten mission which,
by the way, will never be accomplished.
Furthermore, I believe you know it will fail. You must; you are not
stupid and, also unlike the Bush brigade, you experienced first-hand
how such missions inevitably fail - when you fought in Vietnam and
returned home to disclose the folly and the horror. But that was
then. Now you're promising to send more kids like your former self
to the same kind of made-in-USA disaster you escaped from and railed
against thirty-three years ago. In your Westminster speech yesterday
you also said, "This may be our last chance to get this right." I'm
sorry, Senator, but this cannot be gotten right. Is Joe Lieberman
(possibly channeling Hubert Humphrey) writing your speeches, for
god's sake? Like them (and, once again, like David Kay) you are
clamoring for the ratcheting up of military manpower in full-bore
pursuit of a patently lost cause. Here's a novel concept: why don't
you hire a pollster to ask the Iraqis what they'd like us to do?
Speaking of ratcheting up troop levels, this reminds me of the
following questions I've been meaning to ask you, Senator Kerry: If
you are elected, how soon after the November election will my 18
year-old son be conscripted? Do you have the courage to answer me
truthfully? When will he be asked to kill or die in the desert (or
elsewhere) now that the volunteer wells have run dry? Let me in on
your plan for the draft, if you have one. My son, who plans to vote
this November, is also curious.
Just a few more questions: Do you intend to maintain or expand
Bush's outrageous, extra-legal, global system of concentration
camps, or just maintain it as is? I have listened intently to your
eloquent silence concerning that growing blot on our nation's soul.
And what about the high-priced, unaccountable mercenary hordes our
tax dollars are funding - like the war itself - at the expense of
our schools, roads, hospitals and veterans benefits? Any thoughts on
Is the black hole you want to lead us into a lighter shade than
Bush's? Is it shallower?
You have lost your bearings, Senator Kerry. I will not follow you to
wherever your broken compass leads. Get it fixed, or forget your
quest for my vote, the votes of the millions I marched with, and the
coming majority in our country who see clearly through this
Get it fixed, or you might as well forget your quest for a new job,
as well. Someone is already doing as bad a job as you are promising
to do. When failure is inevitable, I would just as soon see a
Republican go down in flames, thank you very much.
In the meantime, speak for yourself, Senator. "