By John Brindley
Awake and aware folk will be eager for news of Prince William’s controversial visit to Israel.
Certainly the Daily Express front page article describing the Duke of Cambridge as a ‘peacemaker’ will have rung a few bells.
Alarm bells, that is.
For some years now Christians, in particular, have been speculating on whether a modern day historical figure will emerge as the ‘anti Christ’ reportedly predicted in The Bible. The scriptures appear to point to someone who will be able to unite Israel and Palestine around the same time the temple in Jerusalem is rebuilt.
For some, the 35-year-old British Royal fits the bill for several circumstantial reasons.
William was born on June 21 – the summer solstice.
His mother the late Princess Diana suggested the timing of William’s birth was manipulated to suit Prince Charles’ polo schedule. But the idea that he should enter the world on such a mystical day holds more credence.
There was further astrological significance behind his marriage to Kate Middleton in 2011 .
But for those promoting the anti-Christ theory the timing of the wedding on April 29, 66 years to the day when Adolf Hitler wed Eva Braun holds more sinister meaning.
The fact that William was famously photographed carrying a lamb in 2004 – an image endorsed by Buckingham Palace – is also cited as purposely creating a link with Jesus Christ’s role as the ‘Lamb of God’.
Whether or not William subsequently declares himself to be the ‘king of the world’ as suggested in the prophecy, his role as a potential peacemaker needs to be challenged.
He is in Israel representing The Crown, which has an unparalleled record in the pursuit of war rather than peace.
William himself spent more than seven years in military service and would usually be among the Royals on duty at the sickening display of British ignorance that is Armed Forces Day on Saturday.
Yet when you consider warlords such as Henry Kissinger, Barack Obama, Al Gore and now Donald Trump have all been at least linked with the Nobel Peace Prize and former British Prime Minister and world-renowned warmonger Tony Blair was employed as a peace-for-big-cash envoy in the Middle East, this is nothing new.
It is all part of a well-rehearsed Illuminati tactic of inversion to confound the public
We can safely dispel two commonly held myths.
British people still look at William as the young boy schooled and nurtured by the tragic Diana and set to emerge as a refreshing contrast to traditional Royals.
Despite the heart-felt pleas of Diana’s brother at her funeral in 1997, William has been brought up by the Royal machine which doesn’t stomach real change.
The idea that either Princess Diana or Meghan Markle or anyone else could nudge the Royals along the right lines is Alice in Wonderland gone mad.
Likewise, the official line that William has been asked to go to Israel at short notice when he could have been watching England’s footballers in demonised Russia is just part of the political theatre.
Each and every Royal action is choreographed and planned years in advance.
Whether his current visit really has been 2,000 years in preparation who knows?
But he certainly fits the title of being anti the teachings of Jesus Christ far more easily than that of world peacemaker…..
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