World War Three Updates

kirmmy

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We will just have to take your word for it from us that have no access to VPN
Mick, you could try the Brave browser. I read that it now has a built in VPN, if you need it. Supposedly it's free.

Another option is the Tor Browser.


It will route your web traffic throughout the world. If you set up the exit node in Canada/US, you should be able to watch RT.

Here's a tutorial if you're so inclined:
ETA: this assumes you're using Windows.
 

MickHewitt

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Bless
Mick, you could try the Brave browser. I read that it now has a built in VPN, if you need it. Supposedly it's free.

Another option is the Tor Browser.


It will route your web traffic throughout the world. If you set up the exit node in Canada/US, you should be able to watch RT.

Here's a tutorial if you're so inclined:
ETA: this assumes you're using Windows.
Bless you Kirmmy always helpful: I have an age old windows 7 second hand without ability for svc pak1. It's been a workhorse for me and I am grateful for it......No probs I won't even try the suggesions lovely brother and feel ashamed that I spoke so bitterly to our watchman for giving the link! I have enough deer lovely brother.....Relax your lovely self and pray I see you undeservedly on my part up that Mt Zion!
 

Melinda

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This article caused an argument with my husband and I. As I read this...I was surprised to learn this writer is comparing the genocide in today GAZA to the fight in Falluja, Iraq in 2004. My husband was in the fight in Falluja in 2004 where he was awarded the Silver Star in a battle to this day he doesn't talk to me about. In Oliver Norths book "American Heroes" he referres to the fight in Falluja at the time he called "The most violent place on planet earth" My husbands story and pictures are in this book. Just yesterday my husband was contacted by another author who is writing a book about this war in Falluja...I find the timing of the phone call and this article about Falluja interesting. I asked him about the civilians that were killed... he does not believe this story as far as comparison to today in GAZA
 

Carl

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This article caused an argument with my husband and I. As I read this...I was surprised to learn this writer is comparing the genocide in today GAZA to the fight in Falluja, Iraq in 2004. My husband was in the fight in Falluja in 2004 where he was awarded the Silver Star in a battle to this day he doesn't talk to me about. In Oliver Norths book "American Heroes" he referres to the fight in Falluja at the time he called "The most violent place on planet earth" My husbands story and pictures are in this book. Just yesterday my husband was contacted by another author who is writing a book about this war in Falluja...I find the timing of the phone call and this article about Falluja interesting. I asked him about the civilians that were killed... he does not believe this story as far as comparison to today in GAZA
I'm not a marriage counselor, but I would advise extreme caution and patience with him on this subject. He's probably brainwashed like most US patriots... to believe Muslims are evil savages. The media had to demonize Muslims so our military and public would see the Middle East wars as a "good guy vs. bad guy" scenario. This makes it difficult to open their eyes to the false flag 9/11 was. It's been deeply programmed into them as a defense mechanism, so they don't wake up as feel like they were the bad guys in all of this. Think of Star Wars... the storm troopers aren't bad, they're programmed to follow orders, it's their orders that are evil. When they actually stop to put themselves in the shoes of the Iraqi and Afghani civilians, it causes conflict within them... which has caused a lot of PTSD and suicides. Our US military personnel were used by Satan, and are victims too.
 

Melinda

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I'm not a marriage counselor, but I would advise extreme caution and patience with him on this subject. He's probably brainwashed like most US patriots... to believe Muslims are evil savages. The media had to demonize Muslims so our military and public would see the Middle East wars as a "good guy vs. bad guy" scenario. This makes it difficult to open their eyes to the false flag 9/11 was. It's been deeply programmed into them as a defense mechanism, so they don't wake up as feel like they were the bad guys in all of this. Think of Star Wars... the storm troopers aren't bad, they're programmed to follow orders, it's their orders that are evil. When they actually stop to put themselves in the shoes of the Iraqi and Afghani civilians, it causes conflict within them... which has caused a lot of PTSD and suicides. Our US military personnel were used by Satan, and are victims too.
Thank you for your advice and I totally agree with everything you said. You hit every point 100% correct. It’s very hard for me to be quiet when I know the truth about something. It’s something I have to work on. My husband has slowly awakened to 9/11. We have been listening to the Bible reading since Jan 1sr. Today we finished 2nd Timothy. Prior to Jan 1st my husband had zero knowledge of the bible. He now understands Satan is ruling the world… I don’t think he has connected 9/11 to Satan yet. My husband was in 16 hour Gun fight and lost 18 soldiers… my husband recovered every body and in the streets by himself while being shot at. Today when we were talking about the article I asked him how many civilians were killed …I quoted the article where it said the US soldiers went house to house killing civilians… i remebered him telling me yrs ago how they would go house to house and room to room… I said to him today ..Did you kill civilians… he said we killed insurgents that were dressed as civilians hiding behind women ..… this is where he got upset when I asked him how do you know they were the bad guys? How did you know you weren’t lied to? That’s when he got upset. I don’t know if he will ever connect the dots. I don’t know if he can pull back the curtain to see what the truth is. I will have to leave it in Jehovahs hands to pull the curtain back at a time when he can handle it. Since Jan first he’s come a long ways.
 

MickHewitt

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Interesting that Saul didn't carry out Jehovah's command at 1Sam15:3 to put Amalek to destruction even bringing back King Agag causing Samuel to finish him off! In later years because of this a survivor a remnant of Agag, Haman who nurtured contempt for the Jewish nation conned King Ahasuerus to decree the annihilation of the Jews. If it wasn't for Jehovah's manoevering of Esther and Mordecai the decree would have been carried out!
Shocking hypocrisy the taken up war in the guise of carrying out Jah's command of 1Sam15:3 of killing Amalek, killing men, women, children and livestock! When Tel Aviv is the Gay capitol of the middle east!
 

Carl

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Shocking hypocrisy the taken up war in the guise of carrying out Jah's command of 1Sam15:3 of killing Amalek, killing men, women, children and livestock! When Tel Aviv is the Gay capitol of the middle east!
Shocking hypocrisy is right!

A smart man once told me we can't pick and choose what we want to believe or follow from the Bible. The only problem is how to interpret it... which is why there are disagreements on this forum from time to time. I really look forward to receiving perfect spiritual food with no doubt of its source. I'll do whatever I'm told without question, but I can't follow commands I don't believe are from the Bible. I'm thankful Robert has never given any of us commands, or tried to form a sect. He just provides information and analysis... take it or leave it. When the anointed are sealed I believe we'll know 100% who's real and who's fake via what I believe will be a Gideon-like test... Jehovah will make sure we know he's speaking to us like he made sure Gideon knew.
 

Melinda

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Shocking hypocrisy is right!

A smart man once told me we can't pick and choose what we want to believe or follow from the Bible. The only problem is how to interpret it... which is why there are disagreements on this forum from time to time. I really look forward to receiving perfect spiritual food with no doubt of its source. I'll do whatever I'm told without question, but I can't follow commands I don't believe are from the Bible. I'm thankful Robert has never given any of us commands, or tried to form a sect. He just provides information and analysis... take it or leave it. When the anointed are sealed I believe we'll know 100% who's real and who's fake via what I believe will be a Gideon-like test... Jehovah will make sure we know he's speaking to us like he made sure Gideon knew.
To add to things I appreciate about Robert… his message and interpretations of prophecy are consistent. If you go back to his old videos his message is the same. WT can’t say that.
 

kirmmy

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To add to things I appreciate about Robert… his message and interpretations of prophecy are consistent. If you go back to his old videos his message is the same. WT can’t say that.
And when he's predicted something and got it wrong he admits it. I refer to his recent video where he talks about his predication that the WBTS's new digs would never be completed. I think he mentioned that he misunderstood the scripture on which he based this belief.

Everyone makes mistakes. Big men and women admit them and move on.
 

MickHewitt

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Shocking hypocrisy the taken up war in the guise of carrying out Jah's command of 1Sam15:3 of killing Amalek, killing men, women, children and livestock! When Tel Aviv is the Gay capitol of the middle east!
Why doesn't Netanyahu have done and just send up a missile and flatten U.N HQ NewYork? Give 24hrs to withdraw thier ambassadors first! They can always say Hamas has a base underneath it!
 
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Watchman

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The Economist, the Rothschild-City of London mouthpiece, considers Donald Trump the primary threat to the world in the upcoming year, which, of course, is an election year. Keep in mind that Trump is the only president in recent history who did not start a war. In his absence the British Empire has pushed the US into a proxy war with Russia in Ukraine, and now that that is a lost cause the US is being pushed into war in the Middle East. They fear Trump might undo their scheme to blow the world up. I say, never fear. Doom and destruction are a sure thing.
 

MickHewitt

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Why doesn't Netanyahu have done and just send up a missile and flatten U.N HQ NewYork? Give 24hrs to withdraw thier ambassadors first! They can always say Hamas has a base underneath it!
As much as I have called down evil on the Watchtower; there was a time when they were faithful when righteousness dwelt in her Isa1:21 I am so glad they knocked my door and introduced me to this God and His Son! P.s doubly glad I logged on here!
 

BARNABY THE DOG.

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I'm convinced the bottles we need are here lovely Pattie.
I have got some bottles in Mick. Lagavulin 14 year old. Talisker, 18 year old, and the select brotherhood of Irish whiskeys, and a case I ”acquired” from a chap i met in the Appalachians a long time ago called “ol‘ blood-eye’ who ran a rather nice distillery making a brew from boiled grain, pigs feet and and chicken eggs. A bottle lasts for ages. You don’t drink it, you just open the bottle and breathe deeply. I’ll lend you a bottle.
 
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