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08-31-2005 03:24 PM

Katrina - The Fist of God?
 
Jerusalem Newswirewww.jnewswire.com Print Close Katrina - The fist of God?
By Stan Goodenough

August 29th, 2005

Today is going to be a terrible day for millions of people in the United States as Hurricane Katrina comes roaring ashore on the northern Gulf Coast of the country.

Hopefully, prayerfully, despite the worst-case scenarios being predicted by many weather experts and others in the media, there will not be an enormous loss of life.

But even if no one dies, the thought of hundreds of thousands of people having to leave their homes in the last 48 hours to stream out of the hurricane’s path, not knowing what they will come back to – what will happen to their neighborhoods, their houses, their possessions, almost everything they hold dear – is a terrifying thought indeed.

Untold numbers of people are about to be made refugees. Life, as many in the south-eastern USA have known it for generations, is about to change, painfully and dramatically.

For millions more citizens in the “greatest nation on earth” – those who are not physically near the advancing storm – their existence is also about to take a turn for the worse.

Katrina has forced oil workers to evacuate rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, stopping the production of 600,000 barrels of oil a day. Seven oil refineries and a major oil import terminal have been closed.

Oil prices have already gone through the roof, soaring to a record high of $70.80 a barrel of crude since last Friday. Things could get much worse.

The US is particularly sensitive to oil price hikes. While comprising just five percent of the world population, Americans daily consume 20 million barrels of oil – 25 percent of the world’s total.

Two weeks ago, the monster Katrina was not on any radar screen, although the 2005 hurricane season, which began in July and will not peak until September, had already seen a record number of hurricanes.

On August 14, citizens in the United States, like people around the world, heard about the issuing of an order for the forced evacuation of Jews from parts of Israel’s biblical land.

For six days they watched as thousands of weeping people were pulled and carried from their homes, forced to leave their gardens, parks, communities, schools, towns and synagogues, everything they had spent decades building; banned from ever returning again. Those scenes were soon followed by pictures of bulldozers and other earth-moving machinery pulverizing the just-vacated homes into heaps of dust.

While this was taking place, a small tropical depression was forming near the Bahamas in the Atlantic Ocean. Slowly, as the air began to revolve, the nonthreatening weather system began moving in the direction of Florida.

Yesterday, we in Israel watched as American officials, including President George W. Bush, ordered the mandatory evacuation of New Orleans and its surrounds. That small depression had turned into a frightening fiend. Now we are seeing on our television screens up to a million people being forced to leave their homes. People are weeping on camera, mourning that they are going to lose “everything we own; everything we have worked for.”

As today unfolds we are bracing to see wind and water pounding homes, whole communities, into the ground.

Is this some sort of bizarre coincidence? Not for those who believe in the God of the Bible and the immutability of His Word.

What America is about to experience is the lifting of God’s hand of protection; the implementation of His judgment on the nation most responsible for endangering the land and people of Israel.

The Bible talks about Him shaking His fist over bodies of water, and striking them.

While the “disengagement” plan was purportedly the brainchild of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, the United States of America has for more than a decade been the chief sponsor and propeller of a diplomatic process that has dangerously weakened Israel in the face of an overwhelming, growing threat to annihilate her.

In the context of the last 12 years of peace-process history, and not withstanding the desire of many on Israel’s left to go ahead with this process, the Sharon disengagement plan was something that was forced on Israel, primarily by the United States.

“It is a fact that Israel’s very existence is in grave danger, because of our nation’s sponsorship of 'land for peace' plans, which have led her to the brink of war,” writes US author William R. Koenig, in his 2004 book Eye to Eye– Facing the consequences of dividing Israel. (21st Century Press, Springfield MO, ISBN 0-9728899-9-X).

On the cover, a grim-faced President Bush is shown looking warily at a massive hurricane threatening his country.

Koenig writes, in a book listing major natural and man-made disasters experienced by the USA during its peace-process efforts in the Middle East:

“America is now experiencing the consequences (curses) of Middle East policies, which have been opposed to God’s Word and to the preservation of His covenant land.”

As this “storm of a lifetime” wreaks its rage on the southern United States today, non-believers may be tempted to shake their fists at God. Others will cry out for mercy. Will God hear them?

Our prayer is that He will.

“Pray for us. Pray for all of New Orleans,” a weeping woman resident of the city pleaded on an international television network Sunday evening as Katrina barreled its way towards her.

Many in America couldn’t have cared less about Jews being forced out of their homes and losing everything they have built. Here in Israel, many Jews will be feeling for the Americans who are now facing similar tragedies, tragedies brought about by the forces of heaven rather than through the political power of men.

Can’t you see the link, America? Won’t you see the link?
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Minuteman 08-31-2005 04:20 PM

Re: Katrina - The Fist of God?
 
Ya, right, the hand of God or is it the hand of HAARP. Hey it got coverage away from Cindy Sheehan, the Downing street minutes and general 911 investigations did it not?
Think of it as a grand exercise. Think of all the tactical information the homeboy security assholes will get out of this.
Patriot Act? What's that?
New World Order, by design,on track, and proceeding according to the plan.
Six months ago they said 100 a barrel. Yup they were right.

freeman 08-31-2005 04:25 PM

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Six months ago they said 100 a barrel. Yup they were right.
And I never doubted them.
I suppose if I respond candidly to this Jerusalem Newswire piece, I will be violating the State Department's new guidelines against anti-semitism.
So I will simply say that this is how they manipulate the sheeple: They take God and the devil and swap them around. God is blamed for the devil's handiwork.
Truly enlightened people can see right through this.
The fist is not God's symbol.

08-31-2005 04:45 PM

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Right on!! with the swapping analogy!!

Just heard about a movie that was made before Hurricane Katrina that is similiar in nature to what occurred in the Gulf only the name of the hurricane is Julia and it hits on Labor Day weekend.

Hmmmmm!!

nohope187 08-31-2005 06:29 PM

Re: Katrina - The Fist of God?
 
Fist of God? Hells no! It reaks of preparation for a fraudulant second coming of Christ at the most, another excuse for martial law at least.

nomad 08-31-2005 06:47 PM

Re: Katrina - The Fist of God?
 
Notice how every time Bush sinks to the lowest

level of support a "natural" calamity just

happens that makes him look like the savior ... me

thinks HAARP is working quite well.

nohope187 08-31-2005 07:21 PM

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No, I don't think this is making him look all that savior like this time. I think this is the dirt that will ensure the left side of the dialectical pardigm is elected into office in '08.

truebeliever 08-31-2005 08:03 PM

Re: Katrina - The Fist of God?
 
Here is your hand of God.



Though i doubt it is the culprit. Usual standard form of the Globalists is set one up in plain view while you keep the real "Mutha" hidden away somewhere.

It's actually quite harmless you know! Multi billion dollar budget over the years and...

"By shooting intense radio beams into the night sky, researchers created a modest neon light show visible from the ground. The process is not well understood, but scientists speculate it could one day be employed to light a city or generate celestial advertisements."

http://www.livescience.com/technology/050202_light_show.html

"Nothing to see here! Move along! It's PURELY for green specles in the sky and possible advertising! Off you go..."

freeman 08-31-2005 09:11 PM

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No, I don't think this is making him look all that savior like this time.
Definitely not going to boost Bush's popularity this time...the man is clueless about what to even do.
His neocon adivsors set him up, got him to stick his neck in the noose and kicked the chair out from under him.
If you have any doubts just listen to the media as they try to parlay the disaster into a fullblown crisis. First they inform you that "analysts say not to engage in panic buying of gasoline," then they tell you about all of the stations already running out and how "regular unleaded is now going for $6/gallon in Atlanta."
Don't panic, folks -- JUST PANIC!!! :-o

nomad 08-31-2005 11:07 PM

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truebeliever wrote:
Here is your hand of God.



Though i doubt it is the culprit. Usual standard form of the Globalists is set one up in plain view while you keep the real "Mutha" hidden away somewhere.

It's actually quite harmless you know! Multi billion dollar budget over the years and...

"By shooting intense radio beams into the night sky, researchers created a modest neon light show visible from the ground. The process is not well understood, but scientists speculate it could one day be employed to light a city or generate celestial advertisements."

http://www.livescience.com/technology/050202_light_show.html

"Nothing to see here! Move along! It's PURELY for green specles in the sky and possible advertising! Off you go..."

my 2 cents

Tesla also contemplated peacetime applications for his particle beam, one being to transmit power without wires over long distances. Another radical notion he proposed was to heat up portions of the upper atmosphere to light the sky at night — a man-made aurora borealis.


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