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New World Order – Will Cost Your Freedom

This was sent to me by a friend in the USA. Do I believe him? I sure do. I remember 20 years ago going to a seminar hosted by a guy called David Icke and he told us almost word for word that the “New World Order” was on its way. It sounded eccentric and almost unbelievable but I found it believable at the time and he is being proven to be right. If you go to Wikapedia you will find out all about him. I believe his podcasts have been removed from Spotify, You Tube and other media outlets because of his theories. Bit close to home I would say. 

Anyway back to this video from You Tube. Watch it as soon as you can as it probably will be deleted. There are things that the powers at be do not want you to know. I am sure many of us are aware of this. This video starts with a preacher quoting parts of the bible which are intriguing and thought provoking. He then goes on to give you factual examples of what is going on in the world and why. 

Listen and think about it because it will be your children’s future. Mine does not matter as I am closer to the end of the road but for my Grandchildren and theirs,  I want them not to accept what they are experiencing  and to stand up to what they believe is wrong and anything that threatens their freedom and not to follow like  sheep. 

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New Moon – Fresh Start For 2014

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A Little bit of historical information about New Year from Wikipedia

New Year is the time at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar’s year count is incremented. In many cultures, the event is celebrated in some manner. The New Year of the Gregorian calendar, today in worldwide use, falls on 1 January (New Year’s Day), as was the case with the Roman calendar. There are numerous calendars that remain in regional use that calculate the New Year differently.
The order of months in the Roman calendar was January to December since King Numa Pompilius in about 700 BC, according to Plutarch and Macrobius. It was only relatively recently that 1 January again became the first day of the year in Western culture. Until 1751 in England and Wales (and all British dominions) the new year started on 25 March – Lady Day, one of the four quarter days (the change to 1 January took place in 1600 in Scotland).[2] Since then, 1 January has been the first day of the year. During the Middle Ages several other days were variously taken as the beginning of the calendar year (1 March, 25 March, Easter, 1 September, 25 December).[citation needed][where?] In many countries, such as the Czech Republic, Italy, Spain and the UK, 1 January is a national holiday
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