Global Warming and Human Activity Controlled by God

The world is in decline as life on it suffers from many adverse conditions, not least of which is global warming. Human activity controlled by God is seeing massive destruction of forests, oceans, and even the air we breathe. The loss of species and human expansion is causing other conditions that are now coming into effect as fires, floods, tornadoes, and tsunamis increase in number, size, and power. We are in the last days and these things are set to worsen.

This has many in a flux where the flow of ideas from religious brain-washing is increasing along with the effect of climate change. Those who believe what they have been brainwashed and indoctrinated into accepting are so far out of the picture that the Spirit of the Universe, the only real God, is destroying them.

The prophecies for the last days state that they are in a trap from which there is no escape (Jeremiah 11:11). In Micah 4:1 we are told that “in the last days it shall come to pass that the mountain of God will be established in the top of the mountains and all people will flow unto it.” That is the Internet and everyone in the world is now connected to it.

They are searching for truth and the answers to their problems. The flood of knowledge derived from it is breaking down the World Order and with the economy on the verge of collapse and the reports of other things now available people are running away from the establishment.

One has only to type in ‘reincarnation stories’ into the search engine and they instantly find numerous videos and first-hand accounts of it that millions have. My reincarnation came with power and knowledge that is helping to overturn the religious rubbish that was put up by 666. His identity was shown to me in a vision when these words stood in the air before my face: CONSTANTINE IS 666

It followed another vision when the man on the cross stood in front of me and called my name: inside I heard ‘take me off the cross’. The facts are that he put God on a cross and that is the only way many of the spiritual people see the reality.

Through the Internet the Spirit is now speaking out to the world and the truth is pouring over them as they search for answers. We are in the last days and those who receive the power now are enjoying their inheritance. As the rest fades away only the spiritual people of God will remain.

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Why Is Everyone So Concerned About A Wall On the Mexican Border – We Already Have a Fence There

It seems bizarre to me that Mexican TV stations are getting the Hispanic Population up in arms over Trump’s desire to build a better barrier along the US-Mexican Border. We already have a fence with barbed wire in the most popular crossing points – in some places in excess of 18-feet high. The current fences are strong – you cannot ram a truck through them. In many places however the border fences are not very high, in a state-of-disrepair and easily penetrated by those who seek to illegally enter our nation on foot. I have yet to hear anyone suggest we should get rid of our current fences, yet, cannot believe the politically motivated so-called “outrage” when Donald Trump suggested we build a more solid and substantial wall.

This isn’t any sort of new concept to keep humans out – our ancestors had built walls (some of the Great), castles, and fences for 10s of thousands of years. Every great civilization has built walls or put up barriers to protect their domains, and/or guarded their borders. Think about that for a moment. What’s wrong with Trump’s concept to build a wall and replace a fence where it isn’t working or doesn’t exist? Nothing, the only reason people are upset about this is because they’ve released their ability to reason to the mass media hysteria and political soundbites.

Here is the real problem; there are over 150 million people in Mexico, a little less than half the population of the US, and more than 3/4 of that population would rather live here in the United States because of the better weather and the stronger economy, and also due to the safety and security and less corrupt government. People realize there is more money and opportunity in the US, so they come – by the millions. Problem is we can only take so many new immigrants every year, and we need to keep that number in-check and know who is entering for visitation, tourism, jobs, school, or as legal immigrants, and we need to vet who comes and why.

We know what happens if we don’t – increased crime, increased terrorism, and less stability in our society and civilization. This is not a racist issue, it’s a prudent solution. Look we cannot take in 3/4 of the population of Mexico. What if there is a huge Earthquake again in Mexico City – suddenly 25 million people will be coming to the US within a month’s time. We cannot handle that inflow rate. If we allow everyone to come to the US, then one day 1/2 of China will migrate here, that is nearly 700 million people. We need to restrict immigration, and fix our legal immigration back-log and mess of course, but first we need that Wall. And, why should the US taxpayer pay for it. Mexico should pay for it, as they are causing the migration issues to start with. Think about it. Use logic, not emotion and think.

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Preah Vihear Temple: The Temple of Dispute

An ancient Hindu temple build during the reign of the Khmer Empire during the ninth-century would unknowingly spark a contentious and unsettling bilateral relationship between Cambodia and Thailand centuries later. Sitting atop a 525- metre cliff in the Dângrêk Mountains, Preah Vihear province in Cambodia, the temple became the source of a lengthy dispute between the two countries since 1962, when both countries contested over its ownership. The case was then referred to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, who then awarded the ownership of the temple in Cambodia’s favor.

Decades later till today, despite the ICJ’s 1962 ruling supporting Cambodia’s ownership, this issue remained far from resolved. In fact, relationships between both countries have gotten so sour that it sparked a standoff around the temple for several years, including several military and armed confrontations during that period.

ICJ and ASEAN’s Intervention

Cambodia had repeatedly turned to the ICJ for help. In 2011, Cambodia approached the ICJ once more on issues of Thai encroachment on its claimed territory. This resulted in an ICJ announcement calling for both countries to retract their military presence:

“Both parties must immediately withdraw their military personnel currently present in the provisional demilitarized zone, then refrain from any military presence within that zone and from any armed activity directed at that zone.”

ICJ intended for the demilitarized zone to be perceived as a renewed invitation to Thailand and Cambodia to enter into negotiations without any military intervention from both armies. It also signaled to Indonesia, ASEAN’s chair in 2011, to be ASEAN’s main representative in overseeing the retraction of troops.

Unfortunately, for many analysts, this verdict placed Thailand in a disadvantaged once more, for the provisional demilitarized zone prescribed by the ICJ not only includes the areas surrounding the temple that was the center of the ownership dispute between both countries, but also includes an area which further extends deeper into the Thailand’s territory.

ICJ’s order thus wasn’t well received by the military and the foreign ministry of Thailand, intensifying the crisis.

Finally on 18 July 2012, both countries retracted their militaries from the disputed area surrounding the temple. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) perceived this favorably. The 10-member ASEAN has a vested interest to mediate the conflict, partly as a signal for its own reputation and credibility. This was in line with ICJ’s stance that the conflict would be better dealt with at the regional, not international, level.

However, despite these foreign interventions, and despite this primarily being a foreign policy issue, the main crux of the issue, paradoxically, still lies within the confines of Thailand’s domestic politics.

About The Author

Kwan Hong helps professionals, business executives and youths gain rapid mastery in communication skills, personal peak performance and career growth. He has delivered impactful workshops and facilitated seminars in public speaking, communication skills, leadership, personal peak performance, entrepreneurship and business development. He has synthesized knowledge from 8 Degrees and Diplomas, from over 100 certifications and from 1000 books to bring his clients the best tips, tricks and techniques for personal success.

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