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    • Yosemite
    • 22.03.11 | 07:15 (IST)

    Something appears to be brewing right now in Syria. In one town, they have pulled down a statue of Assad's Dad. Whatever is happening across the Arab World is shaping into something else. I don't know what that is yet. But whatever it is, Israel must make it clear that Israel is not their enemy. Be aware that the Left is not your enemy. People just have different strategies to combat problems. We're not going to fight the Palestinians anymore, like in the old days. We're going to work to shape the future into one in which everybody wins. Even if there are some crazies out there like the Arab that slew that young Jewish family, or even crazy people on our own side that will kill anybody. It has to change. Change is inevitable. Change always occurs. The key to survival is Knowing. We are always given certain clues that tell us what to do. We have to be open to the idea that there are higher things such as God or even Alien Intelligences that will indicate to us things before they happen. Something told me last May that within one year we would enter into some kind of critical period. It is happening right now before our eyes. This is the way I understand it. The more critical it gets, all the more wiser one must be. The choices we all are making now are going to decide whether we have a future or we don't have a future. Choose wisely. This isn't a time for just brawn. It's going to take a combination of that and brains. More brains than brawn, I think. Remember what the Torah teaches us. That we need to be careful when it comes to the young. To teach them wisely less they be fools and that they must be protected. I really don't know if it says that. I am a clown. But if it doesn't say that, it should say that. Just a few last words for the Khaddfi Female Bodyguard Collection. It wasn't totally their fault. They weren't responsible that nobody could spell his name correctly and they weren't responsible that they were hot. He was just a guy that needed a new clothing designer, a shave, and a haircut. Bye Y'all! See you all in the New World Order! Yooooosemite!

    from the article: Ashkenazi tells Israeli expats in U.S.: Send your children to fight in IDF
    First published 01:10 22.03.11 | Last updated 01:10 22.03.11
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