(Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has told lawmakers to back a deeply unpopular international financial rescue in a vote Sunday or condemn the country to "uncontrolled economic chaos and social explosion."from It's bailout or chaos, PM Papademos tells Greece
It's a trick choice - either one leads to economic collapse, although default on bogus debt, followed by the judicious creation of credit for infrastructure, would lead to a recovery.
Why don't they just say that they're going to kill us all, or most of us, that there's nothing we can do about it, and start dropping some nukes on select locations? Well, for one thing, it has to look spontaneous if they intend to "fulfill prophecy," and perhaps they intend to con us into accepting some servant of Satan as the supposed physical return of Christ
Christ is not going to return physically in his incarnation as Jesus of Nazareth. For one thing, his physical body vaporized instantaneously in the tomb, producing the Shroud of Turin. Christ even said quite explicitly that his kingdom is not of this world, which seems to rule out setting up a kingdom on Earth. He has already descended into the etheric realm, and he appears to many people in different locations at once, as various ordinary people. (He has a unique mode of spiritual/physical manifestation, thus explaining his appearances to his disciples after his resurrection. This is how he could appear out of thin air, take on different appearances, and share meals with the Apostles, who recognized him through their clairvoyant abilities. The Book of Revelation is a description of a clairvoyant vision by St. John regarding the end of our solar system's present incarnation, a.k.a. the Apocalypse.) As each of us obtains etheric vision (such as in a future incarnation), we will be able to perceive him, and this constitutes the Second Coming on a case-by-case basis. The Devil/Anti-Christ and his minions, Satan and Lucifer, will do everything in their power to prevent this.