Friday, March 22, 2019

'I am confident the Lord is at work here': Mike Pompeo says 'it's possible' Trump is on a mission from God to save Israel from Iran

  • The Secretary of State made the comments during a Christian Broadcast Network interview from Jerusalem
  • Pompeo is an evangelical Presbyterian who says he got on the path to 'understanding of Jesus' as a cadet at West Point
  • He sat for the interview on Purim, the day Jews celebrate of Queen Esther saving them from being wiped out through a clever plan 
  • Pompeo was asked if it is possible Trump was 'raised' to 'help save the Jewish people from the Iranian menace?'
  • Pompeo responded: 'I certainly believe that's possible'  

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in an interview that it is 'possible' that President Donald Trump has been 'raised' by God to save the Jewish people from Iran.
Pompeo made the comments to the Christian Broadcast Network in an interview from Jerusalem during his visit, which precedes Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu's trip to Washington next week.
'I am confident that the Lord is at work here,' Pompeo told his the network.
During a lengthy discussion at the David Citadel Hotel overlooking Jerusalem's Old City, Pompeo was asked about the Jewish holiday of Purim, which falls on the day his comments were taped.
'I am confident that the Lord is at work here,' Pompeo said after being asked about any parallels between Trump's role combating Iran – the 'new Haman' – and Queen Esther's biblical role saving the Jews
'I am confident that the Lord is at work here,' Pompeo said after being asked about any parallels between Trump's role combating Iran – the 'new Haman' – and Queen Esther's biblical role saving the Jews

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Lebanon's President Michel Aoun at the presidential palace in Baabda, Lebanon, Friday, March 22, 2019
Grand setting: Mike Pompeo spoke about his belief in the president doing 'the Lord's work' on an interview filmed the day before  he met Lebanon's President Michel Aoun in the Baabda Palace in Beirut
Grand setting: Mike Pompeo spoke about his belief in the president doing 'the Lord's work' on an interview filmed the day before  he met Lebanon's President Michel Aoun in the Baabda Palace in Beirut
Other meeting: Mike Pompeo met Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri at the government palace in Lebanon
Other meeting: Mike Pompeo met Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri at the government palace in Lebanon
Biblical land: Mike Pompeo had prayed at the Western Wall of the Old City of Jerusalem on Thursday as part of his five-day Middle Eastern tour
Biblical land: Mike Pompeo had prayed at the Western Wall of the Old City of Jerusalem on Thursday as part of his five-day Middle Eastern tour
The biblical story tells of how Queen Esther through cunning saved the Jewish people from being wiped out. 
Interviewer Chris Mitchell asked Pompeo, the nation's top diplomat, asked whether Trump was here to 'save the Jewish people,' and made brought up the story as a parallel.  
'And you also mentioned a Bible story last night when you had your statements with the prime minister,' Mitchell said.
'Jews worldwide and here in Jerusalem are talking about the fact that Esther 2,500 years ago saved the Jewish people with God's help from Haman. And now 2,500 years later there's a new Haman here in the Middle East that wants to eradicate the Jewish people like just like Haman did: the state of Iran,' he said. 
Coronation of Esther, 5th century BC, as Jewish Queen of Persia, by King Ahasuerus (Xerxes) (Vincenzo Morani) Art (Paintings) - various Artist: MORANI, Vincenzo (1813-70, Italian)
Coronation of Esther, 5th century BC, as Jewish Queen of Persia, by King Ahasuerus (Xerxes) (Vincenzo Morani) Art (Paintings) - various Artist: MORANI, Vincenzo (1813-70, Italian)
Pompeo made his comments in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network from Jerusalem
Pompeo made his comments in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network from Jerusalem
'Could it be that President Trump right now has been sort of raised for such a time as this, just like Queen Esther, to help save the Jewish people from the Iranian menace?'
Pompeo responded: 'As a Christian I certainly believe that's possible.' He then spoke of his trip touring the archeological sites dating back 3,000 years. 
'To see the remarkable history of the faith in this place and the work that our administration's done to make sure that this democracy in the Middle East, that this Jewish state remains. I am confident that the Lord is at work here,' Pompeo said, in a video clip put out by CBN.   
'It was special for me as a Christian. It was special I think to show the commitment the United States has to this democracy, this Jewish nation of Israel,' Pompeo. 
U.S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, center, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and the Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch, left, visits the Western Wall tunnels synagogue in Jerusalem's Old City on Thursday, March 21, 2019
U.S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, center, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, right, and the Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinovitch, left, visits the Western Wall tunnels synagogue in Jerusalem's Old City on Thursday, March 21, 2019
TRAVELING COMPANION: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) with his wife Susan upon their arrival at Beirut International airport in Beirut, Lebanon. Pompeo arrived in Beirut on the last leg of his five-day Mideast tour that also took him to Kuwait and Israel
TRAVELING COMPANION: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (L) with his wife Susan upon their arrival at Beirut International airport in Beirut, Lebanon. Pompeo arrived in Beirut on the last leg of his five-day Mideast tour that also took him to Kuwait and Israel
SMILE!U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil in Beirut, Lebanon
SMILE!U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil in Beirut, Lebanon
He spoke on a day President Trump said the U.S. should recognize the Golan Heights as part of Israel, a move that if carried out would be a plum for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who must stand for reelection in weeks. The rest of the world recognizes the territory, seized from Syria in 1967 Six Day war, as occupied territory that should be a subject of talks.
In a Fox Business Network interview, Trump was asked if he took the action to help the embattled Netanyahu politically. ''No. I wouldn't even know about that,' the president said. 'I wouldn't even know about that I have no idea. I hear he is doing okay,' Trump said.
President Trump on Friday once again attacked the opposition Democratic Party as 'anti-Jewish,' a day after denying that his statement on the Golan Heights was meant to bolster Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu
President Trump on Friday once again attacked the opposition Democratic Party as 'anti-Jewish,' a day after denying that his statement on the Golan Heights was meant to bolster Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu
Trump also pleased evangelical voters in the U.S. as well as the Netanyahu government last year by recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, breaking with longstanding U.S. policy.
 Pompeo also spoke about his own religious path in the interview. 
'So I grew up going to church on Sundays, but frankly it wasn't a priority in my life growing up. I went off to West Point, and as a young cadet, during my freshman year there were two young men who were juniors who were true men of faith. And they held these little Bible study/cookie klatches on Sunday afternoons,' Pompeo said.
'And they invited all the cadets to see – it was purely voluntary. And I started showing up, and – truly remarkable. I started going to church every weekend on my own, because I wanted to be there to learn and to grow, and at some point during that first year I really did come to have an understanding of Jesus that was different than the one that I had before,' he said. 'It fundamentally changed my life.'
 Pompeo noted that he 'swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United States' when he assumed his post.
'But in each of those missions, the task that I have is informed by my understanding of my faith, my belief in Jesus Christ as the savior. It doesn't drive answers and outcomes every day,' he said. 'But it does inform how I try to treat every human being with dignity and respect in ways that Christians ought to.'

NWN: Trump seems intent on inflaming the middle east in his pandering to Zionism. Moving the US Embassy in Jerusalem, which is contrary to international law, and which inflamed the Palestinians and Arabs worldwide. Now this....... the expanding of the illegal Zionist jewish state . The flag of Israel has two horizontal lines which depict the land they want, from the Euphrates to the Nile. The blue lines being the two rivers.

Purim is the story of the massacre of people the Jews did not like. The DAILY MAIL above describe Purim thus "......the day Jews celebrate of Queen Esther saving them from being wiped out through a clever plan .  

"Purim is a holiday that celebrates the Jews’ victory over all those who wanted to eradicate us throughout our history and those who are still trying to do so today". https://www.aish.com/h/pur/t/dt/Purim_Serious_Joy.html

A weird description by the Daily Mail for a massacre  ?

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

 SOLDIER by HARVEY ANDREWS.


This record is rising high in the charts at Amazon and i-Tunes amongst others.



It came out in the early 1970's, when the BBC banned it's being played. Many 1,000's of British soldiers bought it back then. Due to the current witch-hunt against Northern Ireland veterans, there are campaigns to get it to No. 1 in the various record charts . Many people are downloading it from these record sites.



It is based on the true story of Sgt Michael Willets, 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment, who placed his body onto an IRA bomb in Belfast to save civilians in 1971. Sgt Willets was awarded the George Cross for this act of selfless heroism. George Cross ; Willetts was killed in Springfield Road RUC station by the Provisional IRA. A man in his mid-twenties emerged from a car and threw a suitcase containing a blast bomb into the lobby of the station. Willetts thrust two children and two adults into a corner and stood above them as the 30 lbs of explosives detonated, seriously injuring him. Seven RUC officers, two British soldiers and eighteen civilians were injured in the attack. Willetts was fatally injured by a chunk of metal from a locker which had struck him in the back of the head. As he was being removed by ambulance, he and the injured officers were jeered by local youths who screamed obscenities at them. Willetts died after two hours on the operating table at Royal Victoria Hospital.[2]

 This record is harrowing.

 Listen here;




Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Syrian refugee returns stymied by insistence on political solution: Aoun



Griffin and Fiore in Lebanon - what's going on here ?



President Michel Aoun told members of a far-right European party that efforts are underway to secure the safe return of Syrian refugees to their home country, but that they are being stymied by the international community’s insistence on a political solution to the Syrian crisis.

The remarks came during a meeting with members of the European Parliament who belong to the Alliance for Peace and Freedom, a far-right pan-European party whose members include representatives from the neo-fascist Greek Golden Dawn movement and the neo-Nazi German National Democratic Party.

Aoun told the members that any aid stemming from funds pledged to refugees should not be made available to them while they remain in their host countries. He said it should instead be distributed to them only upon their going back to Syria to incentivize their return.

Roberto Fiore, the alliance’s president, who attended the meeting, told the president that his delegation worried about the refugee crisis, and that “everyone ... especially the European Union” must find a solution to it, according to tweets from the Lebanese presidency.

On Thursday, international donors at the three-day Brussels III conference pledged about $7 billion in aid for refugees who have fled the war-ravaged country. Prime Minister Saad Hariri had appealed to the international community for about $2.6 billion in funding for Lebanon, though how much of the $7 billion the country will receive has not yet been made clear.

Some Lebanese officials estimate that around 1.5 million Syrian refugees are in the country, and say they are straining Lebanon’s flagging economy and frail infrastructure.

The insistence on a political solution to the Syrian conflict before widespread returns take place is not the concern of the international community alone. Internally, one of the central points of contention surrounding the refugee returns has been whether Lebanon should fully reestablish ties with Damascus to orchestrate them.

Aoun and the Free Patriotic Movement, which he founded, along with Hezbollah and their allies, have supported normalizing ties and coordination with Syria to ensure the safe return of Syrian refugees to their country. The Future Movement, the Lebanese Forces and the Progressive Socialist Party have staunchly opposed direct contacts with Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime until a solution to the conflict has been reached.
https://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2019/Mar-15/478915-refugee-return-efforts-stymied-by-insistence-on-political-solution-aoun.ashx

NWN: Why of why do these people still drag Nick Griffin to these functions/events ? Griffins record of dishonesty especially where money is concerned, rank incompetence, and deliberate destruction of UK nationalist parties is surely public knowledge ? A clue here might be that his 'mate' Roberto Fiore is also there. Griffin has been mates with Fiore since the 1980's. When Griffin was wandering off to the 'Third Way' and other esoteric nonsense, including running off to Libya and General Gaddafi in the search for an alternative amount of BS to ruin the National Front in the UK. How is this possible to keep inviting  Griffin, a man who falls out with everyone - eventually, and usually sooner rather than later ? We really do despair of some of the folk still seemingly in charge of 'events' in nationalism.

Friday, March 15, 2019


An IRA victim . But the IRA has an amnesty given by the Blair/May regime. British soldiers have no amnesty - they are hunted.

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Monday, March 11, 2019

 San Francisco gives award to IRA leader Martin McGuinness - similar to 'Freedom of the City'.

 The award was given by San Francisco Mayor London Breed. The award mentions "Martins courageous service in the military" .

 

Here is London Breed;

To give a character to the sort of person this is , her brother is in jail for a killing,robbery plus drugs and so on. More details below.

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed Requests Brother's Early Release




Back in 2000, he pushed a young mother out of a car and into Golden Gate Bridge traffic. Napoleon Brown, 46, is now serving a 44-year term in Solano State Prison for manslaughter, robbery and other crimes tied to the death of Lenties White.
Both White’s family and legal experts question Breed’s letter, which was obtained by NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit.
Breed wrote to the governor as part of an official application in October that while she did not think the four-decade sentence against her brother was fair, “I make no excuses for him. His decisions, his actions led him to the place he finds himself now.”
She says her brother has been through addiction, parenting and other programs in state prison. Outside, she assured, he would have “strong” family support.
“I guarantee we can secure him access to a job, to a good home, to the counselling and services he and every other addict need for the rest of their lives.”
His freedom, she says, is “what’s best for both Napoleon and society overall.”
But Sandra McNeil, the mother of the 25-year-old victim, disagrees.
“I don’t think it would be justice,” she said. “She’s the mayor, so she’s got a little power, so she thinks she can get her brother out.’’
Veteran prosecutor turned defense attorney, Chuck Smith, said the mayor’s letter raises all sorts of ethical questions.
“The timing of it is troublesome,” Smith said. “She could have written this letter six months ago, when she wasn’t mayor -- and she didn’t. The governor obviously is leaving office soon.”
In writing the governor, Breed left out that just last year, according to court records, her brother was caught with heroin in prison. As a result, he had another two years tacked onto the sentence he was already serving for manslaughter, robbery and other crimes.
Brown had a prior robbery on his record when he was originally convicted of murder and robbery and sentenced to 44 years in prison back in 2005. While the murder verdict was overturned by a judge for technical reasons, Brown ultimately agreed to plead to involuntary manslaughter. He was eventually resentenced to 42 years.

Sunday, March 10, 2019

No serving PSNI officers eligible for the post of Chief Constable


Bedfordshire Police Chief Constable Jon Boutcher is being tipped as a possible replacement for George Hamilton.




There are no senior, serving members of the PSNI currently qualified to replace retiring Chief Constable George Hamilton.
Mr Hamilton announced yesterday that he will leave his post in June having turned down an offer by the Policing Board to extend his contract by three years.
His departure will leave five senior posts within the force to be officially filled on a permanent basis.
The collapse of the assembly created an impasse with no political members of the Policing Board appointed to interview for the senior policing posts.
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Karen Bradley broke the impasse last November by re-constituting the Policing Board, formally appointing both independent and political members.
However, while the vacant posts can now be formally filled none of the current senior officers have spent time working in a police force other than the PSNI or RUC, which is one of the main criteria for the post of Chief Constable.
Acting Deputy Chief Constable Stephen Martin was appointed to the second in command role in August last year following the departure of Drew Harris, now the Garda Commissioner.
While he has over 32 years police service, his career has been confined to Northern Ireland meaning he does not fit the criteria.
There are also three Assistant Chief Constable posts currently filled on a temporary basis.
Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Tim Mairs is responsible for the Innovation and Standards Department.
The PSNIs most senior female officer Barbara Gray was appointed as temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Operational Support Department in February 2017.

Temporary Assistant Chief Constable George Clarke who was also appointed to the post last year and is responsible for Legacy and Legal matters.
None of the three have served time in an outside force.
Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton, who has previously been tipped as a future chief constable is also inlegible due to the strict stipulation for outside force experience.
Instead the Policing Board will be instead be looking outside of Northern Ireland for a replacement.
Former PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr is currently serving as Police Scotland's Deputy Chief Constable, prior to that he was on secondment to the NCA.




Will Kerr, currently Deputy Chief Constable of Police Scotland is also being tipped as a contender.
He previously lodged an employment case against the Policing Board alleging discrimination on the grounds of religious belief/political opinion.
Mr Kerr unsuccessfully applied to become Deputy Chief Constable of the PSNI, but lost out to Drew Harris.
Shortly before the case was due to be heard it was settled privately. While he is currently a front runner for the job, there is expected to be other outside interest.
Garda Deputy Commissioner John Twomey and Assistant Commissioner Pat Leahy were both shortlisted for the Garda Commissioner post. But lost out to Drew Harris and it is being speculated they may apply for the PSNI job.
https://www.irishnews.com/news/northernirelandnews/2019/01/29/news/no-serving-psni-officers-eligible-for-the-post-of-chief-constable-1538374/

NWN: All this looks like a recipe for disaster .....................the total dismantling of the remains of the Royal Ulster Constabulary to appease Sinn Fein/IRA.

So much so, that this IRA terrorist criminal Gerry Kelly, has a say on who the next PSNI chief will be. This is criminal madness by 'our government'.

Friday, March 08, 2019

NHS cancer centre loses scanning contract to private firm

Doctors express disgust after eminent hospital fails to win tender for PET-CT services
A radiologist with a patient having a PET-CT scan, which can help doctors spot tumours.
A radiologist with a patient having a PET-CT scan, which can help doctors spot tumours. Photograph: JohnnyGreig/Getty Images
NHS chiefs are pushing through plans to let private companies take over scanning services that are vital in treating cancer patients, having told ministers last week that privatisation was harming patient care.
Despite its international reputation for cancer care, Churchill hospital in Oxford has lost its contract to carry out PET-CT scans to InHealth, a private company, as part of the tendering process, the Guardian can reveal.
Doctors at the hospital said they were “disgusted” by the loss of the contract, warning that people receiving cancer treatment in the hospital will have to be taken by ambulance to two new locations at which InHealth’s scanners will be located. The decision has raised questions about NHS England’s professed desire to end the outsourcing of patient care, which it outlined in a detailed policy document released at a board meeting last week.
The Churchill is the first NHS hospital to lose out as a result of NHS England deciding in 2016 to put positron emission tomography-computed tomography services out to tender. The 3D scans of inside the body help doctors spot tumours and check if cancer treatment is working.
NHS England initiated the tender process to save money. However, major teaching hospitals, including King’s College hospital in London, and cancer hospitals such as the Christie in Manchester, are also at risk of having PET-CT services handed to the private sector.
NHS England has invited profit-driven companies to bid against NHS trusts for contracts to provide PET-CT scanning in 11 different areas of England.
Labour demanded that the health and social care secretary, Matt Hancock, block the sell-off.
“This latest NHS privatisation exposes as utterly hollow the health secretary’s promises to parliament that there will be no privatisation on his watch,” said Jonathan Ashworth, the shadow health and social care secretary.
“Just last week, NHS England claimed it wanted to bring an end to the constant tendering of contracts that the Lansley reorganisation ushered in. Patients will therefore consider it bewildering this privatisation has been allowed to proceed.”
Oncologists at the Churchill are “very concerned” by InHealth – a British company that already provides diagnostic services to the NHS – starting to provide PET-CT scans to the 2 million people who live in the Thames Valley area.
The hospital, which has performed that role since 2005, will now have to hand back the two scanners it leases in order to produce the images.
“Another provider might offer scans more cheaply, but will they match the quality?” an oncologist said.
“We’re worried people may end up needing rescanning and, at the end of the day, ultimately it is patients who will suffer.”
The expertise of the Churchill’s nuclear medicine department in undertaking high-quality PET scans will be lost to the NHS, the doctor added.
Specialist cancer doctors at Oxford University hospitals NHS trust, which runs the Churchill, said they have “concerns about the potential impact on the safety and quality of patient care at the loss of the current PET-CT service at the Churchill”.
They added: “If the service was no longer provided here, it would mean that very sick patients at the Churchill would need to travel off-site for a scan, which could have a negative impact on their health.”
Paul Evans, who runs the NHS Support Federation, which monitors privatisation of healthcare, said: “There’s a jarring contradiction between the proposals to privatise these cancer services and recent statements from NHS England about the failure of this kind of tendering.
“PET-CT is of crucial importance in the management of patients with cancer. So why risk the care of patients by taking this service away from a world-renowned centre with an established team of experts in the field, working together within the NHS, to move the service into the private sector?”
InHealth did not respond to requests for comment.
NHS England insisted existing EU-wide procurement law meant it had to tender the services. “The law is as yet unchanged in the way we recently recommended it should be, so in the meantime, existing procurement rules apply. In the Thames Valley, this particular process means two new sites being introduced for this particular scanning,” a spokesperson said.
https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/mar/06/nhs-cancer-centre-loses-scanning-contract-to-private-firm?fbclid=IwAR2R6KIcqmr8LFUYPvC_o3EP5ApirLdLM_vW3vdF4Epl77eEaaKifJCjLpA

NWN: Here we go..............the privatisation of the NHS . Privatisation was implemented by Maggie Thatcher and was idealised by Milton 'oy veh' Friedman .This is how big companies asset strip countries. A worrying sign of things to come.

Sunday, March 03, 2019

And this is how it is done...................

The zionist jews pay their targets,  and they are backed up by zionist bankers who run 'our currencies'. Total corruption, and it has always been so. Even going back to bad old King John in the 13th century, he knew the power of jewish moneylenders.

Saturday, March 02, 2019

Army veterans facing murder charges over Bloody Sunday within two weeks 

 

 

Army veterans facing murder charges over Bloody Sunday within two weeks.
Army veterans are expected to be charged with murder within a fortnight over the deaths of Bloody Sunday protesters during the Troubles 47 years ago, The Telegraph understands.
Well-placed sources have suggested that four ex-paratroopers, now in their 60s and 70s, fear being told on March 14 they will face murder charges in connection with the notorious shootings in Londonderry in 1972.
Fourteen civilians were killed and another 14 wounded when the soldiers from 1 Para opened fire on a civil rights demonstration in the city.
Prosecutors in Northern Ireland will meet with victims’ families on March 14 before making the long-awaited announcement on whether former soldiers will stand trial.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/03/01/army-veterans-facing-murder-charges-bloody-sunday-within-two/

NWN: A disgrace by 'our' politicians to allow this. Armed Forces veterans are livid.

Friday, March 01, 2019






Justice for Shamima Begum ? Rather  lot of Armed Forces veterans are complaining about this facebook page.

This is who is behind this site........no surprises here;

 https://twitter.com/ConalFawcett?fbclid=IwAR3JsSd-G0VfSDlepTk1TrunvrFiNMD3gX5cAA7Te1tVbjKaRNO4yeWM_4c

'I am confident the Lord is at work here': Mike Pompeo says 'it's possible' Trump is on a mission from God to save Isr...