Saturday, 2 March 2013

Werner Von Braun: 'The threat' from space.

Horizon this week will be putting on a  show about the recent Russian Meteor.
In the "truth" about meteors (as opposed to the 'lies'), the communist-liberal-socialist media organization will be telling us how dangerous meteors are, how they have "shaped the evolution" of our planet, and telling us how we can deal with the "threat" that comes from small bits of rock that hardly do any damage ever. Unless the occasional damaged roof, or dented car counts as a threat.

I find it intriguing that last night the BBC showed Armageddon, how long has that been scheduled for air?

It brings to mind the words of Werner Von Braun, who is quoted by his former protege Carol Rosin as warning about the weaponization of space to deal with "Russia", then "Terrorists", then "Rogue Nations", then "ASTEROIDS" and of course finally - "Aliens"

Meteors the size of the one that hit Russia are practically no threat. Of course in a Godless world everything is a threat, the dice are rolled. But even so, these things are rare, and hitting a populated area like a city is even less likely. The bunk about the Dinosaurs being wiped out by an Asteroid is not even proven, its what is known as a theory, one that fits another theory (that of long ages, and evolution).

Here is the synopsis for the upcoming show

"On a bright, cold morning on 15th February 2013, a meteorite ripped across the skies above the Ural mountains in Russia, distintegrating into three pieces and exploding with the force of 20 Hiroshimas. It was a stark reminder that the Earth's journey through space is fraught with danger. A day later another much larger 14,3000 tonne asteroid, passed within just 17,000 miles of the Earth.
Presented by Professor Iain Stewart, this film explores what meteorites and asteroids are, where they come from, the danger they pose, and the role they have played in Earth's history."

Look at the language:-


On a bright, cold morning on 15th February 2013, a meteorite ripped across the skies above the Ural mountains in Russia, distintegrating into three pieces and exploding with the force of 20 Hiroshimas. It was a stark reminder that the Earth's journey through space is fraught with danger. A day later another much larger 14,3000 tonne asteroid, passed within just 17,000 miles of the Earth.
Presented by Professor Iain Stewart, this film explores what meteorites and asteroids are, where they come from, the danger they pose, and the role they have played in Earth's history.

Its quite obvious what the show is going to be about: it will be about an unsuspecting planet, in the outskirts of the galaxy, is completely unprepared for what is about to happen. Just like the morning of 9/11 everyone is going about their business, when suddenly disaster presents itself. Even the beginning of the synopsis, setting the scene, presents itself like an account of a disaster. The language is forceful, constant equation with Hiroshima is meant to instill the same sort of cold war fear that people used to have. 20 Hiroshima's is not much, especially compared to our modern Nukes. The danger from Hiroshima came from the dirty nuclear fallout. it was of course horrific, but used in this context it is only for propaganda, and not descriptive. They could have said it exploded with the force of x tons of TNT, but they use Hiroshima? why? Its because Hiroshima is the most famous nuclear explosion ever, and the most horrific in its results. Is Earth really in lots of danger as it journeys through the galaxy? Is it something that Joe Six-Pack should be worrying about? I don't think so, all this is really about is getting weapons in space, about dominating the population oppressing them. It's also a really good excuse to have underground bunkers (which already exist), seed vaults (already exist) and FEMA management protocols in place (already are).

That an asteroid passed within 17,000 miles of Earth, well, the bible does say that stars shall fall from heaven. Somehow I don't think that space nukes will do much to help.

What role have asteroids played in Earth's history? nothing, I don't hear any historical accounts of asteroid impacts, we know that small meteors hit earth, usually out in the sticks somewhere. But something tells me that more are now to come. Not by chance, but by divine providence because we are - we really are in the last days. Forget the Dinosaur fiction, and remember the truth of the bible.

Repent, believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and be saved.

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