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Major False Flag Warning for November 6th 2010 ?????

November 4, 2010

If you have read my website over the last 4 years you will notice I have covered the subjects of false flag events being predicted in tv and film, or rather the message has been planted there for us for our tacit approval of what is to be done to us.

I have also written on the usefulness to the elites of their puppet presidents, whether they are more useful alive or dead, and on the many steps they take to implement their surveillance police state of the future. Well I get a feeling they could all be coming together right now

November of 2010 has long been predicted by many different sources over the last few years as the time when an event will happen that will be a catalyst to a third world war. Of course we know from real history that the first two wars were totally contrived and funded by the same people trying to make this one happen. It serves their interests geopolitically and socially as well as monetarily.

The area mostly commonly identified with the start of this war has been predicted not as Iran as many might think, but the juncture between India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and China and Russia. With the US and NATO sitting in Afghanistan you have the makings of a huge conflict of alliances, but you need something to start it off. Well there have always been border disputes between China and India. China is very friendly with Pakistan who also have border and territory disputes with India. Pakistan as well as India is suffering tremendously under the infiltration of the western elites’ agents. the Mumbai gun attacks was a case in point. A false flag event in which the top team in the Indian anti terror unit, who were cleaning up far too successfully, were all assassinated during the event.

The infiltration is now at government and intelligence levels in these countries and the cracks are showing. An orchestrated war with a NATO/Indian alliance contrived to face a Pakistani/Chinese alliance possibly spreading to Russia and all the former soviets around Iran. It would spread of course. Who really knows which way they are going to plan it, I cannot say for sure, but plan it they will and they are.

So how to get it started? Well I wrote previously about how useful is Obama to the elites. He was useful for the last two years to soft soap and sweet talk the American public into accepting the bankers’ biggest heist of their wealth in the country’s history. He oversaw the destruction of the economy while convincing the plebs he was fixing it. He even managed to get the first stage of the eugenics programme through in the various bills affecting health. However as the mid term elections have shown his time of usefulness to them may be coming to an end, but when a man is no longer useful alive, he can sometimes be more useful dead. Perhaps it is more than a coincidence that a lot of Obamas zionist staffers have been making quiet exits recently. Perhaps they know something he doesn’t.

So now we have a 4 day visit about to start from the 6th to the 9th of November by Obama to India. The newspapers are full of stories about how they are taking 3000 people including all his fanily and spending 200 million dollars a day on security. Well it would seem to me to be the perfect opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. Remove the salesman who can no longer sell, and as a result get the security budget tripled and blame a rogue nation for the killing of a president of the US. What more would you need to have all out war by Christmas? Imagine how many of the unemployed black community would join the marines after that?

Of course this you might say is all my personal speculation, and I suppose you would be right, but then the issue of predictive programming comes in. I didn’t say how it might happen but we are talking about a region being destabilised by the CIA MI5 and Mossad for decades, and an area with a lot of nuclear bombs, especially in a fracturing country like Pakistan. Now wouldn’t it be just too perfect for the NATO alliance to spread some more “good intelligence” that a bomb is in terrorist hands and set one off, perhaps one of the ones that was reported missing from the US military. Who knows for sure, but save letting off a nuke in a US city, this would be a less messy option for the US to keep it’s own counrty stable enough to still afford to go to war. It might also get the Indians into a nuclear retaliation.

However seeing as he has taken his family and a large number of CEOs of major companies, a crazy amount of security and a blank cheque book, then perhaps the event will actually be in the US after all and they just want to be out of the way in case the wind blows the fallout their way? We shall see.

So to this piece of video, It comes very nicely into focus this week because of the date that is hidden in the video. November 6th. I shall speculate no further, just watch and tell me what you think

One point in case relating to this is that many of you may remember the video to be found on YouTube that highlighted all the false flag events that happened in the US and plotted them to form a pentagram. Well that video predicted the Gulf of Mexico. Now though I noticed that one of the so far un-used points on the pentagram actually coincides with a town called Springfield, uncanny as this is the name of the town in the Simpsons video too. Just a thought

Ireland send Pakistan home

March 17, 2007

Ireland shock sends Pakistan home
World Cup Group D, Jamaica
Ireland 133-7 beat Pakistan 132 by three wickets

Boyd Rankin

Boyd Rankin celebrates the wicket of Younis Khan for a duck

Ireland produced one of the greatest victories in cricket’s rich history by beating Pakistan on St Patrick’s Day amid unbelievable tension in Jamaica.

Led by their brilliant wicket-keeper batsman Niall O’Brien, they reached a rain-adjusted target of 128 with three wickets remaining in near darkness.

Ireland’s fans, who had been there to witness the tie against Zimbabwe, could barely contain themselves afterwards.

The result means Pakistan, ranked fourth in the world, are already out.

Wicket-keeper O’Brien, axed by Kent in 2006 because they rate Geraint Jones above him, hit a brilliant 72, easily the best effort by any of the batsmen on a green wicket which Ireland’s seamer loved.

But when he tried to hit off-spinner Shoaib Malik for six with 21 needed and six wickets still in hand, he was stumped.

Panic set in as Andrew White was caught at short leg and Kyle McCallan edged to slip in the next over, off Rao Iftikhar.

But O’Brien’s brother Kevin stayed to the end as he and skipper Trent Johnston eked out the remaining runs needed.

Ireland could now lose to West Indies and still qualify for the Super Eight stage, but they are not definitely there yet.

Pakistan, on the other hand, rated fourth in the world in one-day internationals, go home.

Ireland held every catch going, produced some inspired stops in the field and even shrugged off some dubious umpiring decisions.

Their only failing was a generous offering of 23 wides, but still Pakistan came up short.

The first opportunity for Irish celebration came when Dave Langford-Smith bowled a peach of a delivery at Mohammad Hafeez in the first over, which the batsman edged behind.

When Boyd Rankin then had Younis Khan caught in the slips for a duck, the Test nation had to rebuild from 15-2.

Imran Nazir (24) and Mohammad Yousuf (15) added 41, but when Rankin and Langford-Smith were replaced by Johnston and Andre Botha, the two big wickets fell.

Andre Botha

Medium-pacer Andre Botha celebrates one of his two wickets

Yousuf drove a wide ball from Johnston straight to point before Inzamam edged his third ball to the solitary slip.

Given obvious confidence by that strike, Botha (2-5 from eight overs) began to extract huge inswing and made life intolerable for Nazir.

Eventually, the opener departed for 24, Eoin Morgan taking his second catch in the slips.

Wickets continued to tumble, despite the best efforts of Kamran Akmal (27), and Johnston’s captaincy was spot on as he brought back Boyd for some extra pace.

The bowler dug a couple in, and both Akmal and Azhar Mahmood spooned catches to Johnston at mid-wicket.

After Mohammad Sami and Iftikhar had added a gutsy 25 for the ninth wicket, spinner McCallan took the last two wickets as wild slogs were held in the deep.

Pakistan had been bowled out for 132 in the 46th over.

The wicket was still providing assistance for the bowlers when Ireland batted.

Jeremy Bray, the hero against Zimbabwe, was ajudged lbw to Sami, who also trapped Morgan the same way to make it 15-2.

Niall O'Brien

Unwanted by Kent, O’Brien was man of the match in Jamaica

O’Brien, who moved from Kent to Northants in January, and William Porterfield added a vital 37 for the Irish.

Then Hafeez’s arm ball produced the third wicket, Porterfield playing on to his stumps.

But O’Brien took a liking to the off-spinner, cutting and driving for precious boundaries and Pakistan were toiling again.

Suddenly, Inzamam’s men were given a lift when umpire Brian Jerling, who had already made some strange decisions, elected to give Botha out caught at short leg.

Replays showed the ball missed contact with bat or gloves by nearly a foot.

A further 11 runs were added after that before the rain came, and when play resumed the umpires soon began looking at their meters again.

But play continued, and O’Brien continued to bat freely. He hit Malik for one straight six but could not repeat the feat.

When Iftikhar immediately took his two wickets, 16 were still needed and only seven wickets remained.

At this stage, the overs were not an issue, but the ever-decreasing light was.

Kevin O’Brien and skipper Johnston eked out the singles, before a Johnston square cut for four and some Pakistan wides finally eased the tension.

Finally, Johnston freed his arms and slammed Mahmood into the stands at long-on. The party could begin.

Ireland beat Pakistan by 3 wickets (D/L)

Ireland won the toss and decided to field

Pakistan Innings

132 all out (45.4 overs)

Ireland Innings

133 for 7 (41.4 overs)

Umpires: B F Bowden, B G Jerling
Ireland: J P Bray, W T S Porterfield, E J G Morgan, N J O’Brien, K J O’Brien, A C Botha, W K McCallan, D T Johnston, A R White, D Langford-Smith, W B Rankin
Pakistan: Mohammad Hafeez, Imran Nazir, Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal, Azhar Mahmood, Mohammad Sami, Iftikhar Anjum, Umar Gul

Divine intervention

March 17, 2007

17 Mar 07, 02:34 PM

Kingston – St Patrick is convinced Ireland would follow up Thursday’s remarkable tie with Zimbabwe by sweeping aside Pakistan.

“St Patrick’s going to perform his greatest miracle yet today,” he said, with a thronging mass cheering his every word and an RTE crew relaying his message back home.

“We killed off all the snakes in Ireland and now we’re going to win our first World Cup game.”

“Unfortunately, the Jamaican police were not believers… in the art of fun and decided to pull the divine one aside for a quick chat. It was one of those Santa Claus having his beard ripped off moments as St Patrick, aka Dave O’Connor from County Dublin, disconsolately handed over his staff for safekeeping.

You need permission for everything at this tournament and there was no way Dave was getting his instrument through to the Party Stand.


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