Wednesday, 6 January 2016

Further to my post yesterday re Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr - What Iran Should Do Now.

Actually the really intelligent thing for Iran to do now would be to apologise to Saudi Arabia for the damage to its buildings, offer to pay for the repairs and reverse any measures taken against Saudi Arabia following the execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

This would show Iran to be above petty squabbling and mud-slinging - something we should all observe during these times.

People must understand that breaking the law in this way only helps The Satanists who control much of the planet and whom we are trying to either reform or remove.

These attacks have been a distraction from the condemnation that Saudi Arabia rightly deserves for this most outrageous of behaviour.

They have done us nothing but harm.

Remember in The Bible it says: When asked what one should do if one is hit upon the face, Jesus replies: "You should offer the other cheek."

It is not always best to respond to violence with violence. Sometimes it is more powerful to "offer the other cheek" .  We must avoid handing our enemies a propaganda victory.

Please make sure you understand this.

Remember also, Islam considers Jesus to be one of their prophets so its highly unlikely there is any inherent animosity between Christianity and Islam.

The animosity comes from Western nations (under control of the Satanic elite) attacking them whenever possible - but again, remember: turning the other cheek is often more powerful than treating like with like.

We must understand that the people we are trying to reform do not want to be reformed - they want to carry on as they are. They are always trying to lure us into traps.

As St Paul says: "You must be wise as serpents and harmless as doves".

This is the weapon we have to use - the one of transparency. It must be abundantly clear that it is not us who are the aggressors or those seeking to cause pain.

And, to be frank, the Iranian Government should have seen this coming and been ready to prevent any stupid behaviour. It's not that the anger is not justified, it is, but anything that weakens us is ridiculous.

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