Monday, August 17, 2015

What's That Drone Doing in Jerusalem Skies?!

ב׳ לחודש השישי תשע״ה

Originally shared on Facebook by Jerusalem's Mayor Nir Barakat, June 21, 2015, with these comments...
וואו! קבלו את העיר שלנו, היפה בעולם, ממעוף הציפור! שבת שלום ירושלים :-)
Wow! Check out our city, a beautiful world, from a bird's eye view! Shabbat Shalom, Jerusalem :-)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Sure, it's beautiful. It's Jerusalem, for goodness sakes!

Well,...except for those place where false deities are worshiped...

Except for those flagrant desecrations of The Almighty's name on Har HaBayith (Temple Mount)...

Except for that horrid looking bridge, shaped like a crescent...

Except for the so-called house of justice, encrusted with the Masonic/Illuminati symbols...

You get the picture.

But, I digress...

Mayor Nir Barakat
But, besides all the ugliness embedded in the city, passed off as "beauty," is it just me, or does anyone else also wonder where this drone came from?

What about who or what entity operates this drone?

And, why is there a drone flying around anyway?

For our own safety, of course!

The government is not spying on its own citizens, of course! NOOOOOOOO!!

The government is spying on "potential threats" to its citizens.

And, who might these "potential threats" be??


This is the same strategy of control we have seen across history, and across borders:
  1. Reveal a tease to the masses of the power of the government (minyon class).hinting to how it can be used against them.
  2. Put the face of Disney on it.
  3. Leak to the news how this latest technology recently "saved lives."
  4. Make sure the message gets out there just how much the masses "need" the government to protect them.
Our greatest defense against drones is twofold:
  1. Stay informed, connect the dots, and realize what is happening right in front of our eyes.
  2. Don't have anything to hide.
Where Mayor Barakat sits on the powers that be food chain, I cannot say. However, I will hazard a guess that he is not the one we need to be worrying about.

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