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Problem? Remember Albert Pike?... (STA BREAKING NEWS and ARCHIVES)

by Old_Ponter @, 3000 miles north of north pole, Monday, June 12, 2017, 21:20 @ FordPrefect


Are people forgetting Albert Pike's plans for three world wars in which the third war would be fought against Islam? In particular, it would be the Arabs against Israel. The web has been spun, the flies are getting drawn in with every exploding back pack, with every drop of blood that falls onto the ground. The evil puppet masters must be having wet dreams as they see their plans coming to fruition.

Everywhere the division is deepening. In Michigan, a battle against the building of a mega-mosque in a residential area, which was opposed by Iraqi and Chaldean Christians, has been approved by the politicians and now a backlash against the Christians has begun. A number of them, although living legally in the U.S. for up to 40 years, are being deported. The sting of political revenge is being felt....

Albert Pike and the Three World Wars

Albert Pike, who was a captain for the US army during the American Civil War, is alleged to have penned a doctrine to an Italian politician outlining plans for three global conflicts to bring a one world government.

It plots how and why the first and second world wars raged in the early 1900s – and provides a chilling prophecy over a third and final battle.

The letter features heavily in the book Satan, Prince of this World, by former naval officer William Guy Carr.

It was reportedly sent by Pike, a Freemason, to Italian politician Giuseppe Mazzini and was dated August 15, 1871.

The "Mosque war" in Michigan

"Some have issues with probation or green cards, but most are here legally," he said. "Families are being broken up, none of them are threats to society. They are mostly men."

Lundon Attisha, the foundation's communications director, said some of the people have been in the United States for more than 30 years.

"These are American citizens by all intents and purposes, They're not Iraqis. If they are put back to Iraq they face death, simple as that. A lot of individuals don't have families there anymore. They have no protection. Their homes are likely run over by ISIS," Attisha said.

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