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በጽዮን ቀንደኛ ጠላት ሳውዲ አረቢያ ኃይለኛ ዝናብ፣ በረዶና መብረቅ ቀንደኛውን ሰይጣንን ገለጡት

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 12, 2020

በረዶው ጉድ ነው፤ በአውሮፓ እንኳን የለም! መካ በመብረቅ ጋጋታ ተናወጠች! ሰይጣንም በጥቁሩ ድንጋይ፣ በመኪና ተገለጠ!

ባቢሎን ሳውዲ አረቢያ ግራኝ ወኪሏን በጽዮን ተራሮች ላይ ቦምብ እንዲጥል አዘዘች፤ እግዚአብሔር አምላክ ቁጣውን በመብረቅ፣ በረዶና ጎርፍ ገለጠ!

👉 የለም ብለን ጠፋን

በእባብ ተገለጠ የለም ሲሉት ሰይጣን፣

ፍሬውን አብልቶ በሞቱ ሲያስቀጣን፤

ስጋ ለብሶ ታየ የለም ሲሉት ጌታን።

በመስቀል ላይ ሞቶ ቤዛ ሆነ ላለም፤

ደሞም ይኸዉ በኛ መሀል ሰይጣን፤

ሰዉን ከሰዉ ሲያጋጭ በተሰጠው ስልጣን።

ይኸውና እግዜሩ ሰው ከሰው ሲያስማማ፤

አይን አይቶ ልብ ቢል ጆሮአችን ቢሰማ።

እንዲህ ሆኖ ሳለ ቅርብ ሆኖ እውነቱ፤

እሩቅ መንገድ ለፋን አለ ብለን ሳንኖር።

የለም ብለን ጠፋን፤

የለም የሚል ሀሳብ ከአለ ቃል ተወልዶ፤

ማስተዋል ያቃተው በቅንነት ረሀብ ሩቅ ሀገር ሄዶ።

በክህደት ሲከሳ በ እምነት አይሰባም፤

በዚህ አያያዙ እንኳንስ ከገነት ፵ አመት ተጉዞ ከነአን አይገባም።

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[መጽሐፈ ኢዮብ ምዕራፍ ፴፰]

፳፪ በውኑ ወደ በረዶው ቤተ መዛግብት ገብተሃልን?

፳፫ ይኸውም ለመከራ ጊዜ ለሰልፍና ለጦርነት ቀን የጠበቅሁት ነው።

፴፫ የሰማይን ሥርዓት ታውቃለህን?

፴፬ የውኆች ብዛት ይሸፍንህ ዘንድ

፴፭ መብረቆች ሄደው። እነሆ፥ እዚህ አለን ይሉህ ዘንድ

፴፮ በውስጡስ ጥበብን ያኖረ፥

፴፯፤፴፰ የሰማይን ደመና በጥበቡ ሊቈጥር የሚችል ማን ነው?

፴፱፤፵ በዋሾቻቸው ውስጥ ተጋድመው፥

፵፩ ልጆቹ ወደ እግዚአብሔር ሲጮኹ

ሙሉው ምዕራፍ ይነበብ!

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Berlin Police Instructor Claims Muslim Recruits ‘Enemy in Our Ranks’ in Leaked Recording

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 3, 2017

A leaked audio recording has revealed a Berlin police academy instructor talking about problems dealing with migrant recruits, saying that many have stolen items and threatened other officers with violence with the instructor calling them an “enemy in our ranks”.

The unidentified police instructor complained that many officers who come from migrant backgrounds, specifically from Turkish and Arabic origins, refuse to learn in the academy classrooms and some have trouble simply articulating or writing in German, Die Weltreports.

In the recording, which was confirmed to be authentic by the Berlin police on Wednesday, the instructor said:

I’ve never experienced anything like this, the classroom looked like hell, half Arabs and Turks, cheeky as hell. Stupid. Could not articulate. Two or three I had been close to knocking out because they only disturbed and literally slept. German colleagues have said that they were threatened with violence.

The instructor added that he was

so shocked, and I’m really scared of them, and I think the trainers too because if they throw them out, they’ll be there and break everything”.

The future of the Berlin police force looks in jeopardy according to the instructor who said the migrant police officers would be

“a second-class of police that will only be corrupt”.

These are not colleagues, that’s the enemy. This is the enemy in our ranks and I have never felt such hostility in this class,”

he added.

Police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf said that while he objected to the instructor’s tone, “He was clearly in an overwhelmed situation.”

According to sources within the police academy, the problems with migrant recruits is nothing new. The source said Turkish, Arab, and Afghan recruits “lack respect” and many refused to accept female officers with one student questioning why a female officer did not dress conservatively enough in her time off-duty.

Another issue has been that many individuals related to Arab clan criminal gangs have also been joining the forces. An official said that the police could not criticise those with a clean record but noted:

“We know that with these people the family is above everything else.”

Arab clan gangs have also reportedly been recruiting asylum seekers in asylum homes to run low-level drug operations and the connection between the drug scene and the radical Islamist scene has authorities in the city concerned.

If an Islamist were to infiltrate the Berlin police, it would not be for the first time. Last year, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV) arrested one of its own officers who was not only recruiting jihadists but plotting to bomb the agency headquarters in Cologne.

Selected commetns:

“ENEMY IN OUR RANKS!!!” = TROJAN HORSE UNDER OUR NOSES!!!

You have to believe that the people have can see and feel the truth are on the front lines. If the German police in the ranks are saying this then they feel afraid too. It’s just a slow but SERIOUS creepy ideology taking over in the name of DIEversity.

There’s nothing wrong with ‘diversity’ if the recruits are on our side, but they aren’t. That is the utter stupidity of all this. There is precedence yet they continue to train and arm these men and expect something different to happen.

The german people will suffer under this muslim trojan horse police force.

These second-rate officers are a fifth column that will turn traitor and join the jihadists in the Muslim enclaves (AKA no-go zones) in German cities in the event of civil war. Their commitment to putting Muslims first rather than professional standards is seen by their willful refusal to acculturate to the German police. And even if those Muslim officer who fail are bounced out, they still have skills of use to the jihadists. This certainly will not end well.

They have already joined the jihad. These are infiltrators waiting for the right moment.

When the liberals who supported this find themselves getting raped by one of these animals, they can call the police and discover the policeman that turns up just wants to join in. Only at this juncture will they realise they have destroyed themselves.

Thanks Merkel and supporters …. you are more damaging for Europe than the Nazies where on time!

Source

Zombie Riot? Clashes With Police Turn Festive Celebrations Into Halloween Horror In Germany


Women Sexually Assaulted By ‘North African, Arab’ Migrants in Cologne on Halloween

Cost of Asylum Seekers Up 73 Per Cent in One Year to Over Nine Billion Euros

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Human Sacrifice in New York | You Celebrate Halloween which is Devoted to Death and Satan, You’re Gonna Reap Death and Satan

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 1, 2017

It’s known in the past that human sacrifices were performed during pagan Druid/Celtic celebrations of Halloween.

Merle Severy, “The Celts,” National Geographic (May 1977), pages 625-626, describes “the eve of Samhain… the start of the Celtic new year:

According to the Dinshenchas, a medieval collection of “the lore of prominent places,” firstborn children were sacrificed before a great idol to ensure fertility of cattle and crops. Samhain eve was a night of dread and danger. At this juncture of the old year and the new, our world and the otherworld opened up to each other. The dead returned, ghosts and demons were abroad, and the future could be seen.. . . Behind such Halloween games as bobbing for apples lie Celtic divination arts to discern who would marry, thrive, or die in the coming year. Behind the masks and mischief, the jack-o’lanterns and food offerings, lurk the fear of malevolent spirits and the rites to propitiate them.”

Julius Caesar on Celtic Sacrifices

The whole nation of the Gauls is greatly devoted to ritual observances, and for that reason those who are smitten with the more grievous maladies and who are engaged in the perils of battle either sacrifice human victims or vow so to do, employing the druids as ministers for such sacrifices. They believe, in effect, that, unless for a man’s life a man’s life be paid, the majesty of the immortal gods may not be appeased; and in public, as in private life they observe an ordinance of sacrifices of the same kind. Others use figures of immense size whose limbs, woven out of twigs, they fill with living men and set on fire, and the men perish in a sheet of flame. They believe that the execution of those who have been caught in the act of theft or robbery or some crime is more pleasing to the immortal gods; but when the supply of such fails they resort to the execution even of the innocent.

The Bible tells us:

The LORD your God will cut off before you the nations you are about to invade and dispossess. But when you have driven them out and settled in their land, and after they have been destroyed before you, be careful not to be ensnared by inquiring about their gods, saying, “How do these nations serve their gods? We will do the same.” You must not worship the LORD your God in their way, because in worshiping their gods, they do all kinds of detestable things the LORD hates. They even burn their sons and daughters in the fire as sacrifices to their gods. See that you do all I command you; do not add to it or take away from it. [Deuteronomy 12:29-32]

This is exactly what’s happening again in today’s “civilized” world. Westerners are now conditioned to celebrate death through festivities like “Halloween”, “Día de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead  in Mexico — they too are killing each other)”, through horror and scary movies, theaters and games. Folks are sacrificing their children again!

Halloween is America’s second favorite „religious holiday“, in the amount of money spent to Christmas. Think about that! You celebrate a holiday devoted to death and Satan, you’re gonna reap death and Satan!

Demonic rituals, costume parties, trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving and haunted houses. The ghosts and ghouls are a reminder of the day’s dark origins in ancient Celtic history, when Oct. 31 was believed to be the night when ghosts of the dead returned to earth.

By the way, yesterday Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation turned 500 – and it’s celebrated parallel to Halloween. What does Halloween have to do with the Reformation? Plenty. Halloween played a pivotal role in religious history as Reformation Day. It wasn’t coincidence that Martin Luther chose that particular date to release “The 95 Theses” in Wittenberg, Germany, setting in motion the biggest religious upheaval in history.

The reason Martin Luther (above image: celebrating Halloween) chose that date was because the next day was All Saints’ Day,” Martinson said. The Catholic All Saints’ Day, celebrated on Nov. 1, is dedicated to honoring saints (those who have attained heaven)

Yesterday, just hours before 8 New Yorkers were brutally sacrificed, major terrorist attack’ was thwarted with Syrian’s arrest in Germany. By coincidence?

Lucifer – who is now a common god of Westerners and Muslims (sEdomites & Ishmaelites) – uses his children to murder innocent people as a sacrifice to him. Look how Muslims are celebrating death – yesterday in New York – and earlier all over the world — they always celebrate victory in death. In fact, there is a conviction upheld of Muslims, We love death more than you love life!

The Bible tells us:

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Halloween — Feast of the Beast

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 28, 2010


I reckon, the so-called “Halloween” pagan festival is around the corner. Then, it shouldn’t surprise us that the “Beast” comes out roaring to instruct its disciples to carry the unsuspecting victims away into the wilderness in the upfollowing festive season

As vampires, ghosts, witches, and other fearsome creatures stalk the night, communities are gearing up for the annual celebration…

Because most of us are unaware of our Tewahedo heritage, we must carefully examine every aspect of our involvement in the world – its activities, festivals, associations, and societies – to be certain whether or not these involvements are compatible with our Holy Tewahedo Faith. This difficult task can lead to some pain when we realize that we cannot take part in some popular organizations and activities.

Most of our schools, local community organizations, and entertainments in television, radio and the press will share in and capitalize upon the festival of Halloween. But Tewahedo Christians cannot participate in this event at any level. The simple issue – Fidelity to God and the Holy Tewahedo Christian Faith. Halloween has its roots in paganism, and it continues as a form of idolatry to worship Satan, the angel of death. As we know, the very foundation of our Holy Church is build upon the blood of martyrs who refused despite painful penalties to worship, venerate, or pay obeisance in any way to the idols who are Satan’s angels. Because of the faithfulness, obedience, and self-sacrifice of the Holy Martyrs, God poured out abundant Grace upon His Holy Church, whose numbers increased daily. The persecution did not stem the spread of faith. Differing from the world’s values, humble faithfulness and obedience to God were the very strength of their life in Christ, Who gave them true spiritual peace, love and joy, and participation in the miraculous workings of His Holy Spirit. Therefore, the Holy Church calls us to faithfulness by our turning away from falsehood toward Truth and eternal life.

We can stay away from the pagan festival of Halloween if we understand the spiritual danger and history of this anti-Christian feast.

The feast of Halloween began in pre-Christian times among the Celtic peoples who lived more than 2,000 years ago in what is no United Kingdom, Ireland, and northern France. These pagan peoples believed that physical life was born from death. Therefore, they celebrated the beginning of the “new year” in the fall (on the eve of October 31 and into the day of November 1), when, as they believed, the season of cold, darkness, decay and death began. The Celts believed that a certain deity, whom they called Samhain, was the lord of death. To him they gave honor at their New Year’s festival.

From an Tewahedo Christian point of view, many diabolical beliefs and practices were associated with this feast, which have endured to this current time. On the eve of the New Year’s festival, the Druids, who were the priests of the Celtic cult, instructed their people to extinguish all hearth fires and lights. On the evening of the festival they ignited a huge bonfire built from oak branches, which they believed to be sacred. Upon this fire, they offered burnt sacrifices of crops, animals, and even human beings to appease and cajole Samhain, the lord of death. They also believed that Samhain, being pleased by their faithful offerings, allowed the souls of the dead to return to homes for a festal visit on this day. This belief led to the ritual practice of wandering about in the dark dressed in costumes indicating ghosts, witches, hobgoblins, fairies and demons. The living entered into fellowship and communion with their dead by this ritual act of imitation, through costume and the wandering about in the darkness, even as the souls of the dead were believed to wander.

The dialogue of “trick-or-treat” is integral to Halloween beliefs and practices. The souls of the dead had – by Celtic tradition – entered into the world of darkness, decay, and death, and made total communion with and submission to Samhain, the lord of death. They bore the affliction of great hunger on their festal visit. This belief brought about the practice of begging as another Celtic ritual imitation of the activities of the souls of the dead on their festal visit. The implication was that any souls of the dead and their imitators who are not appeased with “treats”, i.e. offerings, will provoke the wrath of Samhain, whose angels and servants (the souls and human imitators) could retaliate through a system of “tricks” or curses.

The Tewahedo Christian must understand that taking part in these practices at any level is an idolatrous betrayal of our God and our Holy Faith. For if we imitate the dead by dressing up in or wandering about in the dark, or by begging with them, then we have willfully sought fellowship with the dead, whose Lord is not a Celtic Samhain, but is Satan the Evil One, who stands against God. Further, if we submit to the dialogue of “trick-or-treat,” our offering goes not to innocent children, but rather to Samhain, the Lord of Death whom they have come to serve as imitators of the dead, wandering in the darkness.

We must stay away from other practices associated with Halloween, the eve of the Celtic New Year festival. The Druid priests used to instruct their faithful to extinguish their hearth fires and lights and to gather around the fire of sacrifice to make their offerings and to pay homage to the Lord of Death. This sacred fire was the fire of the new year, to be taken home to rekindle lights and hearth fires. The sacred New Year’s fire developed into the practice of the Jack-o’-lantern (in the U.S.A. a pumpkin, in older days other vegetables were used), which was carved in imitation of the dead and used to convey the new light and fire to the home, where the lantern was left burning throughout the night. Even the use and display of the Jack-o’-lantern honors the Samhain, the Celtic god of death. Tewahedo Christians cannot share in this Celtic activity, but must counter the secular customs by instead burning candles to the Savior, the Most Holy Mother of God, and to all the Holy Saints.

Divination was also part of this ancient Celtic festival. After the fire had died out the Druids examined the remains of the main sacrifices, hoping to foretell the coming years events. The Halloween festival was the proper night for sorcery, fortune telling, divination, games of chance, and Satan worship and witchcraft in the later Middle Ages.

In the strictly Tewahedo early Celtic Church, the holy Fathers tried to counteract this pagan new year festival that honored the Lord of Death, by establishing the Feast of All Saints on the same day. (It differs in the East, where the Feast of All Saints is celebrated on the Sunday following Pentecost). The custom of the Celtic Church was for the faithful Christians to attend a vigil service and a morning celebration of the Holy Eucharist. This custom created the term Halloween. The Old English of All Hallow e’en, i.e., the eve commemorating all those who were hallowed (sanctified) became Halloween.

The remaining pagan and therefore anti-Christian people, whose paganism had become deeply intertwined with the Occult, Satanism and Magic, reacted to the Church’s attempt to supplant their festival by increased fervor on this evening. The early medieval Halloween became the supreme feast of the Occult, a night and day witchcraft, demonism, sorcery and Satanism of all kinds. Many practices involved desecration and mockery of Christian practices and beliefs. Costumes of skeletons developed as a mockery of the Church’s reverence for Holy Relics; Holy things were stolen, such as crosses and the Reserved Sacrament, and used perversely in sacrilegious ways. The practice of begging became a system of persecution to harass Christians who were, by their beliefs, unable to participate with offerings to those who served the Lord of Death. The Western Church’s attempt failed, to supplant this pagan festival with the Feast of All Saints.

The ancient Slavic counterpart to Halloween in ancient Russia was Navy Dien’ (Old Slavonic for the dead “nav”), which was also called Radunitsa and celebrated in the spring. To supplant it, the Eastern Church attached this feast to Easter, for celebration on Tuesday of Saint Thomas’ Week (second week after Easter). The Church also changed the name of the feast into Radonitsa, from Russian “radost” – joy, of Easter and of the resurrection from the dead of the whole manhood of Jesus Christ. Gradually Radonitsa yielded to Easter’s greater importance and became less popular. And many dark practices from old Russian pagan feasts (Semik, Kupalo, Rusalia and some aspects of the Maslennitsa) still survived till the beginning of our century. Now they are gone, but the atheist authorities used to try to reanimate them. Another “harmless” feast – May 1, proclaimed “the international worker’s day” is a simple renaming the old satanic feast of Walpurgis Night (night of April 30 into the day of May 1), the yearly demonic Sabbath during which all participants united in “a fellowship of Satan”.

Paganism, idolatry and Satan worship–How then did things so contradictory to the Holy Tewahedo Faith gain acceptance among Christian people? The answers are spiritual apathy and listlessness, which are the spiritual roots of atheism and turning away from God. In society today, one is urged to disregard the spiritual roots and origins of secular practices when the outward practices or forms seem ordinary, entertaining, and harmless. The dogma of atheism underlies many of these practices and forms, denying the existence of both God and Satan. Practices and forms of obvious pagan and idolatrous origin are neither harmless nor of little consequence. The Holy Church stand against them because we are taught by Christ that God stands in judgment over everything we do and believe, and that our actions are either for God or against God. Therefore, the customs of Halloween are not innocent, but are demonic, precisely as their origins prove.

There are evil spirits. Devils do exist. Christ came into the world so that, through death, He might destroy him that had the dominion of death, that is, the Devil (Hebrews 2:14). Christians must see that our greatest foe is the Evil One who inspires nations and individuals to sin, and who keeps them from coming to the truth. Until we know that Satan is our real enemy, we can make little spiritual progress. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the world rulers of the darkness of this age, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places (Ephesians 6:12).

Today we witness a revival of satanist cults and special satanic ceremonies on Halloween night. Everywhere Satan reaches out to ensnare more innocent people with spiritualism, supernatural phenomena, seances, prophesies and all sorts of demonically inspired works.

Divine Providence ensured that St. John of Kronstadt, that physician of our souls and bodies, should have his feast day on the very day of Halloween, a day the world dedicated to the destroyer, corrupter, and deceiver of humanity. God has provided us with this powerful counterpoise and weapon against the snares of Satan, and we should take full advantage of this gift, for truly God is wonderful in His Saints

 

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