Wednesday, March 28, 2018

The Fruit of Islam Is Rubble

You will know them by their fruits.
Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they?
So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit.

A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit.

Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits.

  Matthew 7:16-20

Judgment by the Holy One of Israel against the followers of the false prophet Mohammed.
Muslim vs. Muslim desolation across Arab world from Iraq to Syria to Somalia to 

Afghanistan to Yemen to Libya
... and spreading. 

I will make Mount Seir (Edom) a ruin and a desolate wasteland and I will cut off from it the one who passes through it and the one who returns.
Ezekiel 35

Rising from the rubble: 'If we don't rebuild Mosul, maybe Isis will come back’

Corpses are still buried in the rubble.

The old city, once Mosul’s economic centre and beating heart, became a burial chamber.

Fifteen neighbourhoods were razed to the ground; coalition airstrikes destroyed all five bridges across the Tigris, and power plants, factories and water treatment plants were looted and burned.

Parts of Ramadi and Fallujah and all of Sinjar are still in ruins, years after Isis was driven out.


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A recent report from the National Academy of Sciences warned of catastrophic repercussions should rogue actors or terrorists take the grid down.
"There is widespread belief that bulk power critical assets are vulnerable to physical attack, that such an attack potentially could have catastrophic consequences, and that the risks of such attacks are growing," 

"The September 2016 rifle attack on a 69 kV transformer substation in Utah—which reportedly left 13,000 rural customers without power for up to eight hours—showed that similar incidents could occur almost anywhere on the grid,"


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