To save Global Carbon taxation!
Obscene is the word for the explanation that a man was made aware from aliens that a visit would come October 13, 2010 across the world to warn us all about the perils of carbon dioxide.
ROTFLMAO = Rolling on the floor laughing my ____ off!
Are they for real, I might add? So, let’s understand this. The U.N. and its’ cronies all push for the One World Government, and Global Carbon taxation for which Al Gore among con-men stands to gain large, and now a retired Norad employee comes forward with this?:
A newly-published book by a retired NORAD officer predicts October 13, 2010 as the tentative date for a fleet of extraterrestrial vehicles to hover for hours over the earth’s principal cities. Author says the event to be the first in a series intended to avert a planetary catastrophe resulting from increasing levels of carbon-dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere dangerously approaching a “critical mass.”
And let’s not forget what is vitally important – they will push for not only a One World Government but a One World Religion. This means Christianity will be looked down upon, and Christians will be persecuted in large numbers.
Fast forward to the 3:20 mark for the UFO story.
What were those “New Age” books again Stanley? Never mind, I don’t think I’ll be putting them on the must read list; instead, they must be put on the must stay away from them list.
Well, let’s look at one of the authors. A professor at UNC no less – Bart Ehrman. Fulham says this book changed his life. Really?
When you speak to athiests, one of the most common reasons for a disbelief in God and Jesus is the issue of human suffering. Here is Ehrman on this issue:
Twenty-five years ago I taught a university course called “The Problem of Suffering
in the Biblical Traditions.” In it, we looked at different biblical answers to why there
is suffering in the world if there is a loving and all-powerful God in control of it. This
is the basic question of what is called “theodicy” (= the problem of God’s justice):
if God is all loving, he doesn’t want people to suffer, but to thrive; if he is all powerful, he is able to prevent suffering in all its forms; and yet there is suffering. How does one explain all three statements? How can they all be true at once? That’s the question of theodicy, and it was the question that, in my class, we asked of a
range of biblical authors and writings, from the Old Testament Prophets to the New Testament apostle Paul, from Job to Jesus, from Genesis to Revelation.
In the years since the course, I’ve continued to ponder, puzzle, wonder, and reflect on this problem. In those intervening years, largely because of these reflections, I moved from being a committed church-going Christian to become an agnostic. I no longer know whether God exists. But if he does exist, I’m convinced that he is not the God I was raised to believe in, a God who intervenes in history on behalf of his people to answer their prayers and to save them from their pain.
I suggest he rereads ‘Job’. If there was ever a man who had a reason to turn his back on God but did not, it was Job. He worshipped the Lord more with suffering.
It’s interesting that the Bible acknowledges the fact that good people are just as likely to suffer and experience an early death as evildoers.
Ecclesiastes 9:1-2: “This, too, I carefully explored: Even though the actions of godly and wise people are in God’s hands, no one knows whether God will show them favor. The same destiny ultimately awaits everyone, whether righteous or wicked, good or bad, ceremonially clean or unclean, religious or irreligious. Good people receive the same treatment as sinners, and people who make promises to God are treated like people who don’t.”
Yeah, it gets better. Ehrman even debated on the resurrection of Jesus from the tomb.
Refute Jesus you say? Errors in the Bible? Nasty stuff Mr. Stanley Fulham and Mr. Ehrman, nasty stuff!
I think we can see where the loyalty lies – in the duping that aliens and “certain wonders” in the sky will bring – to convince us to not go along with the Bible as it is written. I think I’ve seen that movie.
Sorry Stanley, not working with this Christian. You see, I’ve already had a visit, and it wasn’t from aliens if you get my drift. Sorry, I digress.
I think we can see where desperation takes over from common sense when a plan that was to convince us all about the devastation of carbon on our planet meets E.T. I think I would prefer to live in the real world, and take the evidence that 9/11 was an inside job, used to effect the Patriot Act, where 800 reported FEMA camps are ready to house the disgruntled, and the Fusion Centers as reported by the show Conspiracy Theory are gathering data on the political dissidents as we speak.
But, wait, don’t buy it yet, there’s more:
Fulham writes it is generally recognized UFOs function beyond our earth’s physical laws, and has concluded answers to questions regarding who they are, where are they from, why are they here, are they a threat, and the mystery of abductions could only be found at a higher dimension of reality.
For more than a decade, through the services of a world renowned channeler, the author has communicated with an ethereal group of entities known as the Transcendors — 43,000 very old souls who combine their vast experience and knowledge through eons of incarnations, providing advice and information to humans in search of basic realities of mankind’s existence. The book Challenges of Change reports on the author’s years of communication with the Transcendors in a question and answer format intended to inform and challenge. The Transcendors reveal through the author crucial information about urgent global challenges facing mankind such as earth changes, international terrorism, worldwide financial collapse and the environmental crisis. One revelation is al Qaeda has a dirty nuclear bomb and WMD, but faces a moral quandary over “containment of collateral damages.”
Utilizing the theme of the Four Horsemen as symbolic metaphor, Fulham warns mankind will survive all of these future challenges, except the CO2 pollution of our atmosphere. According to information provided to the author by the Transcendors, the build-up of CO2 pollution is rising 1% annually to a “critical mass” of 22% in which mankind could not survive ”without outside intervention.”
According to Fulham, the Transcendors state they have borne witness to countless thousands of alien civilizations who polluted their planets to total extinction where not a single being, animal or plant survived. They urgently warn planet earth is presently on the same self-destructive path. Fulham reports the aliens are well aware of our environmental crisis, and have benevolently decided to rescue mankind in this vast universal drama. Fulham has been in contact with a distinguished foreign ambassador who read the book with great interest and dispatched it to his home government, where it was translated and studied by hundreds of their top government officials.
Okay, got it?, as Glenn Beck likes to use the phrase – the aliens are here, and it’s in a book, so it must be true.
And let’s not forget it’s all over mainstream media, just before the release of the new alien movie, don’t cha know?
Well there is one thing that did come true – the aliens did visit on October 13th. I don’t know, was it a Friday too?:
So what did I and my family see that so many around the world saw (not on Oct 13th)?
Anti-gravity aircraft fashioned by the U.S. military? Perhaps. And I would be inclined to believe that since the “date” of arrival was foretold. The hype unquestionable. And the motive?
They need to save the Climate Change taxation that will put us all in bondage!
That’s a pretty powerful reason.