With one month to go before Jade Helm 15 officially begins in the United States, Binyamin's cryptic statement gives pause...
"...they will do something that will rock the world, ...and then everyone will raise their hands and say: 'Save us! Save us!...' " "Something" much worse than the Twin Towers...
Seventy years ago in the month of Av, the United States detonated the first, and ONLY, atomic bombs ever used as weapons - on Japan. I've often wondered when the bill for that chutzpah will come due.
Did you ever wonder why, if the bomb was being built and tested in the Nevada desert, they called it the Manhattan Project???
...more than six decades after the project’s start, the Manhattan side of the atom bomb story seems to be a well-preserved secret.
Dr. Norris recently visited Manhattan at the request of The New York Times for a daylong tour of the Manhattan Project’s roots. Only one site he visited displayed a public sign noting its role in the epochal events. And most people who encountered his entourage, which included a photographer and videographer, knew little or nothing of the atomic labors in Manhattan.
“That’s amazing,” Alexandra Ghitelman said after learning that the buildings she had just passed on inline skates once held tons of uranium destined for atomic weapons. “That’s unbelievable.”
While shock tended to be the main reaction, some people hinted at feelings of pride. More than one person said they knew someone who had worked on the secret project, which formally got under way in August 1942 and three years later culminated in the atomic bombing of Japan. In all, it employed more than 130,000 people. (Source)Eisav (Edom) tolerates no restraint; does whatever he wants and justifies it as righteousness; and, (pretends) he is answerable to no one. A debt is due and there's a payday coming. Will Manhattan be liable for the bill?
"What in the world are the elite up to? In recent days, we have learned that the New York Fed is moving a lot of operations to Chicago because of concerns about what a “natural disaster” could do,... What kind of natural disaster would be bad enough to completely shut down the operations of the New York Federal Reserve Bank? It would have to be something very unusual, and apparently the New York Fed is very concerned that such an event could happen. According to Reuters, the New York Fed has been transferring personnel to Chicago and building up its satellite office there just in case a “natural disaster” makes it impossible for normal operations to continue in New York…" (Source)