30 July 2015

Jerusalem - The International(ized) City

14 Menachem Av 5775

And destined to be the New World Order Capital of the World??? As the old saying goes: "Man plans and God laughs."

As we have already been informed, some of these people are the gilgulim of the Dor Haflagah - the ones who built the Tower of Bavel - and it appears that they still like building towers...

And, of course, to seal their connection to Egypt and the West, it must look like a pyramid and be named "Freedom" - ironic since both Egypt and Rome were famous for enslaving people.

According to the Jerusalem Construction News blog, this is supposed to be part of the luxury business complex being built at the entrance to Jerusalem (not far from the Knesset) - the area where Jewish sources already informed us was the place where the Erev Rav concentrate their power.

This construction will include...

"...200 luxury apartments, a boutique hotel, rooftop restaurant, retail stores, an outdoor public plaza and lookout points.

The half-stone, half-glass 105-meter (345-foot) structure will feature Jewish motifs throughout such as Stars of David that will be embedded throughout the building’s exterior."

As has been pointed out by many others, Jews trying to live in our holy city cannot afford to buy these places. Binyamin Golden says it is for the use of those that the Vatican is bringing with it when it moves here. More and more, Jerusalem is being turned into a kind of living museum for the ease and comfort and attraction of the tourism industry and less and less hospitable or within the economic reach of resident Israelis.

And let's not forget that this area also hosts that monument to western culture and the Judeo-Xian-Islamic New World Religion - Cinema City.

While across the city, another movie complex is getting set to open and be operational on Shabbat, for the sake of the gentiles and Jews who mechalel Shabbat.

...The new complex includes 16 movie theaters (I MAX) situated on 28,500 square meters. There is an underground parking lot with 400 parking spaces. Operators boast a pub will be opening offering 55 different beers on tap, along with many restaurants and eateries.  (Source)

Jerusalem is being turned from the city loved by the prophets to a city that loves its profits.