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Could The Crane Collapse in New York Be Related to The Mecca Collapse on 9/11?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 6, 2016


Cranes are just like modern-day stairs of the Babylonian Tower. In Skyscraper Jungle, New York, where a huge building construction experience is available, cranes don’t suddenly began to topple over.

On September 11, 2015, the weather angels caused a sudden thunderstorm over desert Mecca that toppled a crane on worshipers in a mosque on the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attack on the US. A construction crane was struck by lightning and toppled onto the Grand Mosque. Over 100 were killed and over 200 injured. The crane belonged to the Bin Laden family construction company, which is in charge of the £14 billion mosque expansion project.

On Church street, the Angels protected New Yorkers from another tragedy, and many miraculously survived with only minor injuries, but there were no Angels in Mecca to save the Saudis from themselves.

FreedomTowerMinarettI remember posting this information two years ago about the new “One World Trade Center / Freedom Tower”, and its Minaret like antenna sitting atop emitting spooky “Allah” sound.

When Mecca sneezes, mosques and minarets around the world catch cold

Whatever side of the conspiracy we find ourselves on, there are certain facts that are not up for dispute. Babylon Saudi is the biggest spiritual whore on the earth, and all nations have “drunk the wine” of her false religion, and will feel the wrath of God. On Ethiopian New Year’s Day, the twin towers of the world trade were brought down by Saudi Muslims, and the new freedom tower speaks the Saudi accent, the crane which just collapsed close to the Freedom Tower is another warning to New Yorkers that they should immediately free themselves from the spirit of Saudi Babylon by dismantling that demonic antenna. 


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