Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Remember the Date: June 28, 2014

There are many curious dates in history.  They are dates tragedy seems to be attracted to, such as April 15 and September 11.  April 15 is when Lincoln died and the Titanic sunk.  More recently, it is the day the Boston Marathon bombings occurred.  In the case of September 11, it is a day that marked the beginning of British Mandate on Palestine, which has caused the ongoing violent conflict ever since.  It is also a day that lead to the most costly wars in our nation's history in terms of life and resources, which is true of both World War II and the 'War on Terrorism'.

If you were not aware, prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, FDR had ordered the US Navy to attack all Axis Ships in allied waters. September 11, 1940, this order was given.  For many historians, this is the date the United States is recorded entering the second world war, as opposed to- after the attacks on Pearl Harbor.  Many international historians acknowledge it was our attacking of Axis ships that prompted the retaliations in Hawaii.

For more on this important date in history, please watch Charles Lindbergh's speech given on September 11, 1940, in which he pleads why the United States needs to not become involved in World War II.  He gives the speech on this date as a response to FDR's military command from earlier in the day, ordering Axis ships to be attacked in allied waters by US Navy.  That speech can be viewed here.

Thinking about the second world war, it makes me think about the first world war, and how little we were taught about that war in school.  While we weren't taught much, we were taught it began after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, on the 44th parallel, in Sarajevo.  The date of that assassination, was June 28, 1914; 100 years ago this coming summer.

Here are some memorable June 28 dates, that pertain to the current state of affairs in many significant ways.  We'll begin with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

World War I, was the most devastating war in human history.  It is said to have began with the assassination of the Archduke, on June 28, 1914.  By its end, on November 11th, at the 11th hour, in the year 1918, nearly 40 million had been killed.  The United States did not join the war until the year 1916, after being presented the Balfour Declaration, declaring Palestine open ground for the Zionist takeover, which would begin with the British Mandate of Palestine, shortly after the conclusion of World War I, on September 11, 1922.  A documentary on that history can be viewed here.  If you do not have time to watch the documentary, the cliff notes are; the beginning of modern day Palestine began, and the occupation of the land by European Jews was soon underway.  That all began, supposedly, on one sunny June 28 day, in Sarajevo.

On June 28, 1919, the Treaty of Versailles was signed, bringing an end to fighting between the Allied Forces and Germans, and requiring Germany to pay the tab for the war.  This was exactly five years to the day of the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand, and after countless lives had been lost.  Many historians say a major purpose of the Allies was to destroy the Independent and very powerful economy of Germany, which was surely achieved by the end of the first World War, when Germany was forced to pay for the damages done to all nations in the massive, world spread, conflict.

On June 28, 1948, the Fukui earthquake rocked the nation of Japan, with a 7.3 magnitude.  If such an earthquake were to hit the nation today, it might greatly jeopardize the dangerous cleanup project not taking place far from Fukui, at the Fukushima plant, due east.  Prior to this 1948 earthquake, it was unknown to Japan that such a fault line even existed there.

On June 28, 1950, the Korean War began, when North Korea captured Seoul.  Think about how much we hear regarding North Korea, and threats of possible war with them in our news headlines.  It has been going on for over a decade.  With regards to fear mongering and wars with nations, the thought of Iran strikes the brain for anyone who watches, listens to, or reads U.S. and Western media.

On June 28, 1981, 33 years ago this coming June, Iran suffered the most devastating bombing in their nation's history, when a very powerful explosions destroyed the meeting of the highest officials of the Islamic Republic Party, killing 73 of the parties 74 highest officials.  The bomb went off in Tehran, and became known as the Hafte Tir Bombing.  Ask yourself, with tensions as high as they are between Israel and the United States with Iran and Syria, could you see an anniversary event as soon as this summer?  What do you think the outcome of such an event might be?

On June 28, 1967, Israel annexed East Jerusalem, sparking what has been one of the deadliest, and most unnecessary conflicts in history ever after.

On June 28, 1969, the Gay Rights movement began, with the New York Stonewall Riots.  Much before that, in the year 1894, Labor Day became a US holiday.  Think about the world we live in today, sensible people have been brainwashed into putting their job and career before everything else, all for the sake of labor and the riches that come with it, for our financial masters.  And with regards to Gay Rights, it isn't something we should have to champion for- it should be a right, in a free nation.  It is sad to see how many people dedicate the vast majority of their political time to the cause of Gay Rights, as if that is more important than saving the planet we live on.  If we save the planet, I assure you, the Gay Rights will naturally come with it.

Back on the topic of Iran, on June 28, 1987, Iranians were the first civilian population in the history of the world to be targeted by chemical weapons, when Iraq attacked the nation of Iran in horrific fashion, with US made chemical weapons, at a time when Saddam was a U.S. backed, dictator.

Seven years later, on June 28, 1994, in Japan, a terrorist organization by the name of Aum Shinrikyo, releases sarin mustard gas, in a crowded civilian population of Matsumoto, killing 7 and inuring 660.

After the events of 9/11, a CIA memo was released, stating that they were aware a serious attack from Osama bin Laden was coming against the United States or Israel.  The memo was dated June 28, 2001, exactly seven years, to the day, after the terrorist attacks in Japan, and 14 years after the terrorist attack in Tehran, Iran.  Bill Cooper would famously go on the air this date, and predict the coming terrorist attack.  At the time of the recording, he was outraged after seeing CNN play interview footage of Osama bin Laden.  His prediction of a terrorist attack by Osama bin Laden, from June 28, 2001, can be listened to here.

There is little doubt, June 28 is a date of tragedy, but also of much historical significance, especially to the Christians, when the first Crusade, yielded the defeat of Turkish ruler Kerbogha of Mosull, on June 28, 1098.  Or when you consider the bloody and important battle of Kosovo began on June 28, 1389, and 600 years later, on June 28, 1989, Slobodan Milosevic gave one of his most infamous speeches, which is often credited for igniting the Yugoslav Wars.

This coming June 28, has many anniversaries, especially of events that foreshadow what is hanging in the balance for us as a people living on this planet at this moment in history.  Let us hope the Hollywood Blockbuster, White House Down, which was released June 28, 2013, doesn't have anything to do with what is coming June 28, 2014.

If there is any reason to believe that it might, in addition to what has been already shared in this post, is the coming Lunar Eclipse that coincides with Passover and Sukkot of 2014 and 2015 respectively.  This is a sacred event in Jewish worship, and has happened just seven times since the year 1 AD.  In the year 2014, it will occur for the eighth time.  The last three times it has occurred, it has marked significant years of Zionist advancement, including the founding year for the Statehood of Israel.

Israel officially gained its Statehood on May 14, 1948, 66 years ago this coming May.  With regards to 66 and the Jewish faith, the year has much significance, as the year 66 AD was the beginning of the Jewish Revolt against Rome.  The revolt was a product of Emperor Nero's formation of the Legion I Italica, which Roman Jews saw as an outrage, especially those living in present day Germany.  The date of this formation was September 22, 66 AD.

2014 will mark 66 years since the official formation of the State of Israel.  2014 will be a year in which a lunar eclipse coincides with Passover, which has meant historical events for Israel and Jews worldwide the past three times the event has occurred, including the year Israel was formed as a state.  2014 will also be the 33 year anniversary of the terrorist bombing of Tehran's Islamic Republic Party.  2014 will be the 100 year anniversary of World War I, the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, and the implementation of the Federal Reserve in the United States, which was passed into being, December 23, 1913.  All of these events are related.  Will 2014 bring them to a head?  A conclusion?  Time will tell.

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