Monday, January 16, 2006
I had another of those nasty bouts of awakening at 3 a.m. earlier this morning. It lasted for about 90 minutes at which time I went back to bed and slept like a baby. I did what I usually do when I can’t sleep – look at news headlines and my email. There were predictably several headlines about the Iranian nuclear situation. There was a new slant on them today which I found interesting, even more disturbing than their subject matter. It seemed, if headlines were to be believed, that the world had a new common spokesperson – none other than our very good friend Javier Solana. (For newcomers to this blogspot, I am, of course, speaking facetiously.) At least that was the impression one could gain by reading “News from Russia.”
“The international community is not considering military action against Iran over its nuclear program, the European Union's foreign policy chief said Sunday as senior officials prepared to meet in London to discuss hauling the country before the U.N. Security Council. Javier Solana said he hoped united international pressure would force Tehran back into negotiations over its uranium enrichment activities. . . . Solana called on Iran to prove to the international community that its program was peaceful. Pressured on whether the West may threaten military action in the future if Iran remained defiant, Solana said: "I hope very much that way before we have to take a decision like that, the Iranians will feel isolated in the international community and it is much better for them to return to the table," said Solana, in an interview with British ITV television.
Similar reports appeared in many other world newspapers including but not limited to The Scotsman, Edinburgh Evening News, Turkey’s Zamon Online, China’s World On Line, Kuwait News Agency, etc., etc.
I wonder why Americans have been told so little about it? Well, maybe we’ll find out. Javier Solana is coming to New York and Washington – today through Wednesday.
Oh, and by the way, that information was gleaned not from the New York Times or Washington Post. It came from a Dutch newsource! He will be meeting with UN senior officials in New York and then on to Washington to meet, per his website with
“On 17 January, the High Representative will travel to Washington D.C. where he will meet with Attorney General GONZALEZ and other senior US officials. On 18 January, Mr SOLANA will discuss the latest developments with Secretary of State, Condoleezza RICE, and Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. ZOELLICK. The High Representative will also meet with National Security Advisor Stephen HADLEY. In addition, Mr SOLANA is scheduled to meet with Republican Senator Chuck HAGEL and Democratic Senator Hillary CLINTON.”
That last bit of information was gleaned from Solana’s own website only after I learned of it on a http://www.google.com news search specific for Solana. But then again, who would ever think to even go there – after all Solana’s website is minimized with a Google page ranking of only 3. My own blogspot as well as Herb Peter’s site have rankings of 4. Give me a break! It is common sense that we, USA relative nobodies don't have pages more important than Solana’s own website. But then again, Herb and I aren’t working under a USA news blackout – it appears Solana may well be!
Does the world have a new spokesperson? If so, how much longer will he remain under USA wraps?
Constance I perplexed daily as to why the American mainstream media has not caught on to this guy? Is it deliberate or coincidence?
Hats off to you Constance because at the same time I also find this guy a little hard to keep up with. Everywhere one looks he seems to be right there in the woodwork. It's like you have a ton of pictures laid out on a table and all of the pictures are focused on person who is not Javier Solana, but in every one of them, standing in the crowd or what not is Javier in the background. This is what a lot of the major international news reports look like. It's freaky! Whether the report is about Ahmadinejad, Sharon, Bush, Putin, Blair, Chirac, Chavez, China, etc., he is there. The question that a lot more regular folk like myself should be asking themselves if they even knew about Javier is, what is this guy up to really? And how and why is he relevant to so many people and countries at the same time?
Thank you Constance for discussing some of the disinformationists that are beginning to become prevalent. I wish I would've heard that interview a few months ago. It's taken me that long to figure out who's most likely for real and who's not.
How long can things go on without the American public knowing about Javier. I wonder what he's up to and how much he's going to try to get done while he's here in the USA. I don't put anything past him. Also did you hear about the people in East Palistine are going to be allowed to vote in the elections I'm not sure what's it about exactally I think it had to do with Jerusulum. I didn't catch it all on my shortwave. I was tuning into Israel late that night.
Love in Christ
Secondly, making a list of world leaders - came up with three powerful people - Osama Bi Ladin, who established his power thru the terror of murdering innocent people, George W Bush who has established his leadership thru the war on terror and JS who has established his power thru peaceful negotiating. JS is going out to conquer with merely a banner of authority (Rev 6:2) - no military to speak of. There are others in positions of power, but they are not powerful - Kofi Annan, Putin, and Tony Blair.
Only one fits Rev 6 so far. And he is flexing his muscle. Maranatha!
Who could ever think this is all coincidence? Iraq, Iran, Sharon, Israel, Palestine, Syria, Russia, China, North Korea, Britian, France and Germany... all playing a role in what happens in the middle east, with it all revolving around Javier Solana after he made his deal to provide Israel's security.
That could have been the apostasy Herb mentioned. So the rest is falling into place with increasing speed.
If and when Iran is sanctioned, they will very likely turn off the spigot, and the world's oil maket will skyrocket to $100/brl or more, which will damage America's economy the most. Will we then attack Iran? If so, what will Russia or China do?
Sanctions will push Iran to develop their nukes even faster as the crisis is elevated. (Personally I think Iran has nukes already and is just biding time to get their missles set up.)
China and Russia do not want Iran sanctioned by the UN, giving Iran more time to finish now that they've taken off the seals.
The longer the wait, the bigger the surprise will be, and Javier or whoever it will be will have the crisis needed to fool the people with promises of peace.
Hard to belive we're in these times and I pray that the lord comes for us all soon.
There may not be a lot you can do about Javier Solana except keep up to date and inform your friends and neighbors, but there sure is a lot you can do about the New Age movement. Without a New Age movement, there would be no Solana.
When people around you are being suckered in, you can speak out. It might make you uncomfortable, but if I remember correctly, there is no commandment saying keep quiet and keep watching. If Constance had done that, where would you all be?
Why not share here or by mail what you have done to encourage others!
Once when reading about the Former Soviet Union in a neutral type publication, they were describing the library system and said, regarding the censorship there, that there was so much information people didn't know what was missing. We are in the same position here.
From the dead wood press and the hot circuit media we are so filled up with both very practical and nonsense information that we don't have time for anything very serious. We don't know what is missing until someone tells us, and most of the time the someone telling us is a disinformation jockey who has been set up to ride searchers off into the wilds.
There was a time when Christians were warning about Humanism. Get a copy of Humanist Manifesto II, complete with the list of signers. It's still a valid blueprint. The dead wood press kept laughing saying there was no such thing. I remember an Art Buchwald column laughing at the idea. At the same time he was doing a seminar for the Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies.
"I have posted a comment onto this "fully moderated" site, saying: What are you going through this charade or asking people for their views? We have absolutely no option on this. We are required by the EU's Waste Framework Directive to adopt this policy, and the government's strategy is simply a copy-out of the Directive requirements.”
In Europe they have the same censorship problems, but at different levels. Although it is an excellent Eurosceptic site, hardly ever is Javier Solana mentioned, nor is he mentioned much in the moderator's book on the European Union. Go figure.
Plan to Internationalize Jerusalem May be Urged at Herzliya Conference
11:34 Jan 17, '06 / 17 Tevet 5766
(more at link)
NRP, Yisrael Beteinu Slam Plan on Jerusalem´s Holy Sites
15:36 Jan 17, '06 / 17 Tevet 5766
(IsraelNN.com) Zevulun Orlev, chairman of the National Religious party (NRP), and Avigdor Lieberman, head of the Yisrael Beteinu (Israel is Our Home) party, have sharply criticized the conclusion of the Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies that an international body should supervise Jerusalem's holy sites. (more at link)
"As you may have read in my previous post Straight from the Horse's Mouth, I quoted the EU High Representative Javier Solana’s announcement of a planned governance facility to be established in accordance with the Barcelona Summit’s desire for a peace partnership in the Middle East. While the location of this governance facility has not yet been made known, I have a hunch it will be in Jerusalem."
is where I found the above information. The writer seems to have followed this story for a while based on other posts there.
Here is another another source for the story from the Irish Examiner. Use the tiny url because the link was very long.
Prophetically Speaking — EU’s Alliance of Civilizations Could Lay Foundation for Revelation 13 Prophecy - by Bill Wilson, KIN senior analyst
European leaders, the United Nations and Islamic nations have embraced what is called an “alliance of civilizations” aimed at combining cultural exchanges, joint peacekeeping missions and interfaith dialogue to foment international peace, possibly laying the groundwork for the one-world order discussed in Revelation 13.
In July 2004, the BBC reported that Spain’s President Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapetaro cast a vision for the alliance of civilizations that “could therefore prevent hate and misunderstanding from developing by looking at political and cultural issues — everything from joint peace keeping missions to interfaith dialogue.” (more at link)
More importantly, for the first time since I started studying almost his every move, I heard him speak to the world in a news report via one of the local Christian radio stations news briefs this morning on my way to Church. This is the first audio bite I have every heard of him through any news broadcast in America period!
So, you know that saying of "Ooops, spoke too soon." Well, I complained earlier about never hearing of Javier Solana in America. Well...
Ooops, I spoke too soon!
1. He didn't hear enough about him in the news;
2. He didn't fit the profile of Carpathian in LEFT BEHIND (after all, that supersedes, the Bible, doesn't it? (SARCASTICALLY SPEAKING)
Party's getting interesting -- and rough!
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