El CRISTOS ya viene a degollar a sus enemigos! El ya sabe quien puede y quien no puede dar amor!

Si amigos, los mensajes llegan en su debido KAIROS y CRONOS!

Este mensaje me lo ha enviado mi amigo de Argentina, Fernando!

En el se ve muy claro el mensaje de CRISTOS!! Ha llegado el KAIROS y CRONOS para la Cosecha!!

Este es el VERDADERO CRISTOS QUE vendra a degollar a sus enemigos! El, con su MENSAJE, nos enseño la diferencia entre el Amor y el Odio! Ya cada quien en estos momento que vivimos ha elegido!

Que no crean ELLOS, que los que sabemos y podemos dar AMOR, no podemos empuñar un arma para defendernos de ELLOS! Y saben, para que mas les duela:

LO HAREMOS POR AMOR a NUESTRO PROJIMO, para liberalos de las ataduras que mantienen sobre sus mentes y corazones!!

Estos dias que vienen despues del 4 de Abril del 2011, seran el principio de lo que se les viene encima a los que nos han esclavizado por mas de 2000 años! El gran engaño esa por desvelarse! Se concluye el rasgo total del VELO a la hora de crucificción del CRISTOS hace 2000 años!

Talvez pudieron matar los cuerpos, pero las ideas se multiplicaron exponencialmente! Y Ahora ELLOS estan perdidos, haciendo guerras estupidas, defendiendo lo indefendible! Se han descubierto ante la Humanidad y esto les costará muy caro!!

Estan perdidos y quebrados finacieramente!! Como pagarán a sus mercenarios??

Les dejo el mensaje recibido:


Un hombre de noble linaje se fue a un país lejano a tomar para sí posesión de un reino y volver …
… Ahora bien, sus conciudadanos lo odiaban, y enviaron una embajada detrás de él diciendo: " No queremos que ese reine sobre nosotros ". …
… Al retornar él, después de haber recibido el reinado …
…" En cuanto a mis enemigos, los que no han querido que yo reinase sobre ellos, traedlos aquí y degolladlos en mi presencia "

(Evangelio de Lucas, Capítulo XIX )

Si los mismos gringos andan pregonando el drenaje del Penta Gono con Libia, de donde estan sacando el dinero? De la maquinita de imprimir dinero! Preparensen para una inflacion. Ya lo verán en Abril 2011!!

U.S. spending on military operations in Libya drains Pentagon




Conflict and chaos in Libya: As forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi continue attacks on rebels and international strikes begin, thousands of Libyans flee the fighting.

By Walter Pincus, Wednesday, March 23, 10:06 PM

The U.S. military operations in Libya will cost hundreds of millions of dollars and force Congress to seek help next week for the cash-strapped Pentagon, which is operating on a short-term funding resolution.

Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said Wednesday that he had asked the Defense Department for an accurate estimate of the cost of the mission since the ballpark numbers being circulated, including one of nearly $1 billion, seemed too high.

House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) also raised the funding issue with the administration Wednesday in a letter to President Obama. Noting that Obama had said the mission could be paid for with money already appropriated to the Pentagon, Boehner pressed the president on whether supplemental funding would be requested from Congress.

Unforeseen military operations that require expenditures such as those being made for the Libyan effort normally require supplemental appropriations since they are outside the core Pentagon budget. That is why funds for Afghanistan and Iraq are separate from the regular Defense Department budget.

The situation is more difficult this year because short-term funding measures, known as continuing resolutions, have kept spending at the levels approved for 2010, below what the Pentagon expected based on its requests for 2011.

As the tempo of military operations has increased in Afghanistan, the Pentagon has had to cut back on other activities not related to wartime efforts, such as training and maintenance expenditures within the United States.

The added costs for some of the operations in Libya are minimal. For example, most Navy ships used to help establish the no-fly zone were in the area.

But the expenditures for weapons, fuel and lost equipment are something else.

The 162 Tomahawk missiles launched at Libyan targets in the first four days of Operation Odyssey Dawn cost more than $1 million each and will eventually have to be replaced. The F-15E fighter plane that was lost to mechanical failure Tuesday cost about $30 million and more will be needed to replace it.

Fuel for the aircraft flying strikes, capturing intelligence and providing protection are costly, as are the tankers needed to refuel them in flight.

The number of sorties by coalition aircraft has grown exponentially. On Wednesday, Rear Adm. Gerard Hueber, chief of staff for Joint Task Force Odyssey Dawn, told reporters that 175 sorties had taken place in the previous 24 hours, 113 by U.S. aircraft. In the first days of the operation, all coalition sorties numbered less than 80 a day.

Experts from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment released a study estimating that a limited no-fly zone such as the one established over the major Libyan population areas could cost $30 million to $100 million a week.

“The first few days of larger costs will level off after we pass leadership to others,” Levin told reporters Wednesday. Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), also a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said that the financial burden of operations in Libya would have been greater had the United States acted without other coalition partners.

Lo ultimo de Libia: Brasil se une a los otros paises del BRIC y llama a un cese al fuego de inmediato!! Haran caso los tres Reyes Impuros de Isra-Hell??

Aunque la noticia esta en ingles pueden traducirla con el traductor de Google!

Definitivamente ha perdido la Guerra Isra-hell y esto se les volteará la proxima semana. Ya lo verán!


No Obama Support from Brazil, Russia, China on Libya Front


The leader de facto of Libya, Muammar al-Gaddafi.

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi is fighting a war against his own people, and against NATO. This week, Brazil, Russia and China condemned the NATO strategy.

Brazil joined its BRIC partners Russia and China in calling for an immediate cease fire in Libya. According to the Brazilian senate’s news agency on Friday, the Committee on External Relations and National Defense called for an immediate cease fire on Thursday. The senate asked for a negotiated solution to the Libyan internal conflict to be led by the United Nations and Organization of African States.

Earlier this week, both Russian and Chinese officials have called for a cease fire in Libya.

On March 21, China’s official government media organ, The People’s Daily, accussed the United States and its allies of breaking international rules and courting new turmoil in the Middle East. The paper likened the assault on Libyan sites to the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, and suggested it followed a pattern of Western overreach. “The blood-soaked tempests that Iraq has undergone for eight years and the unspeakable suffering of its people are a mirror and a warning,” said the commentary that was reprinted in part in the English version of China Daily.

China’s foreign ministry said it regretted US President Barack Obama’s decision, along with leaders in France and the UK, to send in missile strikes to military targets in Libya on Sunday, March 20. Obama ordered the strikes from the five star luxry Copacabana Palace in Rio de Janeiro.

On March 22, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Jiang Yu, called for an immediate ceasefire. “China supports the continued diplomatic efforts of the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy to Libya, the African Union and the Arab League for peaceful settlement of the current crisis in Libya.”

Brazil mimicked their Chinese allies on Thursday.

Obama ordered the airstrikes with NATO allies after Libya failed to abide by a cease fire agreement it made with the United Nations Security Council early last Friday following the Thursday, March 17 decision to put a no-fly zone in place over Libya to quell government air strikes against anti-government demonstrators.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev spoke with Obama by phone on Thursday, asking him to avoid civilian deaths in Libya. The Russian leader again expressed his interest in mediating the conflict inside Libya. There is growing concern that NATO ground forces will be sent in if Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi does not step down.

A high-ranking Russian intelligence service source told Ria Novosti news reporters on Friday that a ground attack could be implemented next month, with no support from Russia.

Brazil, China, India, Russia and Germany abstained from the UN Security Council’s Resolution last Thursday.