The Beginning of the End or Good news ?

Is this ‘Fear Mongering’ or ‘Being Prepared’

Scroll down to see the Good news AFTER you understand the bad.

Question – The end or beginning of what ?

a) The end of the lifestyles of the rich and poor as we know it ? or

b) The end of greed and oppression ? or

c) The end of the world, whatever that means ? or

d) The beginning of Bible tribulation period ?

I am bombarded daily with so many opinions via emails etc … some dude driving while talking to his smartass device … multi-page attachments in tiny 6 point font … very long videos … which few are able or willing to see.

It would seem, a), b) and c) are more than likely, but I believe that d) is not yet – will begin with a world wide earthquake  Luke 21.11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven. – Extreme erratic weather will follow – no electricity means no sewerage, thus diseases will abound, no petrol pumps, no ATMs, no cash, no banking facilities etc.

Item d) will happen after  … Matt 24.14 And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.  That could be very soon or years away.

Below is quick summary of what appears to be going on and the PLANDEMIC which has scared the whole world so millions will line up for a killer vaccine (containing a RFID chip – 5G of course), willingly or forcibly.  “Vaccine makers could produce 4.9 billion pandemic flu shots per year in the best-case scenario”,Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO), quoted by Reuters, 21 July 2009)


Yes, this was planned years ago – Ch 9

Now – Scomo warns Australia to prepare for six-month coronavirus battle

Who is going to police this ?



A way to bring in the cashless society ?


Apple   –  so what do they know ?


False Positive Diagnoses ?

It seems, from the information I have received, that simple oxygen treatment (saturation) will cure people.

An autopsy allegedly conducted on a corona victim in China found that this man had oxygen levels of around 30%, meaning death, when his levels should have been in the 90%+ region. And if the cure is simple oxygen saturation, then Peter Dutton should be out of hospital now, or in a day or two ? Such a simple and easy cure would take the impetus out of the scare campaign, would it not ?

And it also seems to me that limiting public gatherings to 500 people is no panacea either. Anyone could wander into such a gathering, perhaps even knowing they have the virus, to deliberately infect people. The People of Paris don’t buy it either –

Protesters in France Defy Coronavirus Lock down … they don’t buy into the 500 people crowd propaganda either.

Now The Good news

A very good Naturopath informs me  – The Liposomal Vit C is the most? effective Vit C, and we all have sub-clinical scurvy, whose symptoms are the same as all the auto-immune conditions.


The next global financial crisis may well be under way, but don’t let the culprits get away with just blaming the Coronavirus!

When an alleged virus can smash your financial system, it’s time to throw out your economic delusions and face up to the fact that the problem is the financial system.

Yes, the pandemic is very serious, but all it has done is show up how unproductive and unprepared our and many other economies are.

Australia is completely exposed. For our economic necessities we are far too reliant on overseas imports, instead of producing for ourselves.

In WWII, when Australia faced the external threat of invasion by Japan, our economy was incapable of producing the means to supply a war effort capable of defending ourselves. What happened next should inspire us to know that with the right approach, we can turn the current crisis around.

In 1942 Prime Minister John Curtin and Treasurer Ben Chifley took charge of the economy, using the Commonwealth Bank as a fully-fledged national bank to direct credit into a war mobilisation. They appointed the most experienced industrialist of the day, BHP supremo Essington Lewis, to direct a stunning expansion of manufacturing of every possible variety, centred in railway workshops from Ipswich in Queensland to Midland in WA, which produced countless machines and skilled tradesmen for decades.

Within three years, by war’s end, Australia had transformed from an agrarian backwater into an advanced manufacturing powerhouse. And thanks to the post war initiatives of Ben Chifley, John “Black Jack” McEwen and others, we maintained our manufacturing capacity until Hawke, Keating and Howard smashed it in the 1980s and 1990s in their mad embrace of neoliberal free trade.

We can and must do it again.

Many questions remain unanswered.

It has been said … a pictures says 1000 words.

UN 1989

Oliver Cromwell’s speech to the English Parliament 20th April 1653