Janet Airline (Area 51 commuter planes) at URS Terminal in Las Vegas


(photo, courtesy of WheresJanet of Dreamland Resort)

Area 51 is certainly alive and well, judging from this recent photo of Janet Airline fleet (Area 51 commuter plane) parked at the URS Terminal at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas….photo courtesy of WheresJanet of Dreamland Resort.

“A sight seen a 1,000 times but coincidence aside, it is a ‘deep’ view”  (WheresJanet)

(photo, courtesy of WheresJanet)

“If you look at the JANET ramp at KLAS you will notice many pieces of equipment in a particular spot such as stairs,lights,generators etc.  As far as the fuel is concerned I believe they use the same fuel trucks/drivers as the rest of the private side of the airport uses.  I’m pretty sure the fuel truck drivers even though non-military I would imagine whoever is allowed on the Janet ramp is always the same person/s for that shift and is already cleared for access to that particular restricted area.  It’s obviously hard to say if the stairs and other necessary equipment are owned by the Janet folks or leased from KLAS.  I would say however, it is after all the USAF/CIA funds and I am sure they can afford permanent equipment for a permanent facility.”

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Two excellent movies on Drone Warfare, featuring Nevada’s Creech Air Force Base, 45 miles south of Area 51

Everybody knows that the main main hub of Drone Warfare is Nevada’s Creech Air Force Base (45 miles south of Area 51) and Area 6.   However, avoiding collateral damage is the biggest problem.  Creech Air Force Base is prominently featured in this movie:

GOOD KILL  (2015)

(Even though the film features Creech Air Force Base, the actual film location was made outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in order not to compromise Nevada’s Creech AFB’s security and information)

Another movie, in which Creech Air Force Base is mentioned, is:



Recruitment for UAV operators in Nevada, possibly for Area 6, “AFTC Det 3” and Creech Air Force Base


(Creech Air Force Base, Nevada, 45 miles south of Area 51)


What is going on at Area 6?


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New stealth drone on its way to New Mexico? – – March 18, 2016

Charlene Yazzie

(Special report from Tyler Rogoway of FOXTROT Alpha):

The image above has been splashed all over the net over the last week.  It looks like a scene out of The Flight Of The Navigator, but really, that tarp could be hiding the future of American air power.

The image was taken on Friday, March 4, 2016, by Arizona resident Charlene Yazzie on Arizona Route 77, with the convoy of trucks and black SUVs from the Department of Public Safety heading south toward the town of Holbrook, Arizona.    (SEE:  http://www.kmov.com/story/31393425/for-real-saucer-shaped-object-turns-heads )

When contacted by KMOV of St. Louis, the Department of Public Safety, which is a major state law enforcement body, playfully said they have no idea what the thing is stating: “Unfortunately we do not know what that is but it looks interesting.”

As for what lies beneath that gray tarp, we can only speculate, but we have seen stealthy flying wing aircraft and radar test models transported this way before.

Most famously, the Navy’s X-47B Unmanned Combat Aircraft System (UCAS) demonstrators crossed the country on flatbed trucks. Their out-of-this-world lines and shrink-wrapped anonymity sparked many flying saucer theories, even though the move was openly publicized and the craft were clearly the X-47Bs.    (SEE THIS, from 2011: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fd7GP8Vs2Yw)

Here is Northrop’s “cranked-kite” radar cross-section test mock-up, a precursor to the X-47B, being moved from Northrop’s plant in Palmdale, California to Lockheed’s Helendale RCS test facility:


(Image Credit: The Howland Company)

There is no reason that either of the X-47Bs would be heading through rural Arizona on a truck, that is, unless the Navy is trying to send them to the boneyard very quietly.  Additionally, the shape in the picture is not definitively that of the X-47B. It is possible that this is a radar cross-section test model related to the X-47 program or an entirely separate program altogether. Even one related to Northrop Grumman’s B-21 or its failed competitor is entirely possible. It could also be a the fuselage of an actual aircraft.

Still, the question remains, what is it doing in eastern Arizona?  The answer may lie somewhat farther to the east—in New Mexico.

Kirtland Air Force Base/Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque has a radar cross-section test range and the National Radar Cross Section Test Facility is located west of Holloman Air Force Base, near Alamogordo. The route, assumed by the location that the photo was taken, could take that said object from Southern California or Nevada to either of those facilities.


(RCS range at Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico)


(RCS range west of Holloman Air Force Base, near Alamorgordo)

That is not a short or convenient voyage for such a conspicuous and large load, but it is possible and there is a precedent for such an operation.

What is odd is that we have no other photos of this thing.  If it really skipped through multiple states, either on its way from California, or if it were an X-47B being sent from the east coast, to the boneyard in Tucson, you would think an avalanche of other photos of it would have shown up. The other alternative is that it is not an aircraft at all.

ABOVE, FROM:   http://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/pretty-certain-this-tarp-covered-object-isnt-a-ufo-but-1765681752



A visit to a “secret facility” in California (1993) by Norio Hayakawa



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Edgar Fouche’s TR-3B is most likely a hoax


(Edgar Fouche’s TR-3B – – pure science fiction – – there has never been any single, credible photo of a TR-3B)


TR-3B is mostly like a hoax   (we’re not talking about the alleged, aerodynamically sound TR-3A   Black Manta, “Aurora” here,  we are only talking about Fouche’s TR-3B)       

Edgar Fouche’s TR-3B is most likely a hoax, based on his credibility.

Edgar Fouche claimed to have worked at Groom Lake (Area 51).  He has talked to the UFO community for over a decade about reverse-engineering of alien artifacts.  Fouche has also written about some of the other individuals that have also claimed to have worked at Area 51, including Bob Lazar.

To the question about Bob Lazar, “Are Lazar’s stories just plain fantastic and fictionist and nothing but LIES?”, Fouche’s answer was “YES“.

“Could Lazar have been a Disinformation Agent?”   Fouche’s answer was “YES“.

“Was Lazar another person making up stories to seek attention?”   Fouche’s answer was “YES“.

Fouche has similarly written about Dan Burish.  To the question, “Was Dan Burish, self-claimed Area 51 scientist a total fraud?”,  Fouche’s answer was “YES“.

There is no doubt that Fouche himself was also a fraud and played to the gullibility and naivete of his audience.


(photo, courtesy of Butlin Cat)


(fake photo/video of TR-3B,  CGI induced)


(fake photo/video of TR-3B, CGI induced)


(fake photo of Petit-Rechain black triangle UFO of 1990 in Belgium – http://www.realityuncovered.net/blog/2011/07/famous-black-triangle-ufo-a-fake/)

On the Internet, JadeStar made a good comment:

“Most of these hoaxers tell a good story but get found out eventually.  The only people who pay them any attention are diehard crowd who have a “need to believe” in the “majority of UFOs as ETs” mythos.  They sell a lot of books and lies to a science illiterate public and go on their merry way while the field of Ufology takes hit after hit.  And you wonder why no one legitimately wants anything to do with it all?   It’s a briar patch of thorns buried under a surface excrement….which is on fire.  The one or two potential bits of gold at the bottom of it all are just not worth the time or risk to pursue when there are better avenues to get to the same place.”

Here is also a great comment by Peter Merlin who, in my opinion, is one of the foremost military aviation historians at the present moment, specializing in Black Budget Programs:


I have always been extremely skeptical of Fouche.  Many of his claims were questionable or misleading.

One such item was what he called the SAC-DARPA Letter.  Here is how he describes it:

“First DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) asked that I be available until 1987).  This was in regards to Area 51.  Notice the DoD, Department of Defense seal, and not the USAF or SAC seal.  Since I was assigned to SAC Hq., DARPA’s request went to them.  This letter is SAC’s (DoD office) response to the request.  The first blackened out part is a classified assignment SCI/SAP code.  The second blackened out part is my SSN.  AAR is After Action Request, refers to a classified program.  This was blackened out by me as the specific AAR is classified TS.  The last blackened area is because in has classification information and is also stamped Top Secret.  And also the name of the senior NCO is blackened out, but BigPappy, (Danny B), and Mark Hall, Jeremy (alienscientist.com), Eddie Curry, and Bill Handel and others saw this document before it was blackened out.  I’m on the thin grey line on this but am willing to post it.”  I thought I had destroyed all my classified documents.  This was a surprise discovery for me.  To most this will not prove or mean anything.  But it shows that DARPA thought I was special and wanted me to be available until my retirement date.”

Now, here are my comments:

This letter is UNCLASSIFIED.  It was never marked as classified material (no classification markings, no control number, no Copy X of Y).

There is nothing unusual about the letterhead.  Use of the DoD seal is standard.

The letter was signed by the NCO in Charge, Airman Aircraft Maintenance Assignments Section, Office of the Directorate of Assignments, Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel.

The letter was sent to the Quality Control and Evaluation Division, office code LGMQ.

Where it says REPLY TO:  DARPA, this might be a five-letter office code (such as DPAQR, the Command Records Branch at SAC HQ).

This letter simply indicates that the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center (AFMPC) has approved an After Action Review (or Report), a professional discussion of an event, focused on performance standards, that enables soldiers/airmen to discover for themselves what happened, why it happened, and how to sustain strengths and improve on weaknesses.  It is a tool that commanders and units can use to get maximum benefit from every mission or task.

Fouche showed a photo of a stealth fighter in a hangar at Area 51, with these comments:

“Early static prototype of a very Top Secret F-117 at the very classified Groom AB. We called it ‘Have Blue’ back then.  This smaller proof-of-concept model of the F-117 first flew at Groom in December 1977.  Testing of a series of ultra-secret prototypes continued there until mid-1981. (Edgar Fouche was stationed at Nellis AFB from 76-80).  Groom was a short airplane or helicopter ride from Nellis AFB. The guy to the left of Edgar Fouche is Bob Green, Avionics & Computer Engineer, and C*A employee. The little guy to the right of Edgar Fouche is CMSgt. Billy Snodgrass (A&E specialist) who has a niece who was a well-known actress.  Edgar Fouche worked with Bob at the Flight Operational Test & Evaluation (FOT&E) center at Edwards AFB (CA) where they did R&D on the F-111, F-15 & F-15 Streak Eagle, A-9, A-10, original B-1, and other still classified prototypes.  We also worked together at Nellis AFB & Groom AB (NV), and we both had offices at Kelly AFB (TX) in the mid 80s when I was the SAC Liaison.  Bob was in Saudi and Diego Garcia during both Iraqi wars.  Now retired.  No I can’t tell you where I got all of my photos.  It’s pretty obvious.  The guy who took this photo worked for Bob Green.”

Again, here are my comments:

This is not HAVE BLUE.  It is the first YF-117A SENIOR TREND prototype.

Edwards AFB was home of the Air Force Flight Test Center.

Does he mean Snodgress? (as in Carrie Snodgress).  A former Lockheed employee I spoke with identified this man as Roy Wilson.

A former Lockheed employee said, “Under the right wing, the person with the blue checkered shirt I think is Jimmy Yates, mechanic.  The person facing him with the light shirt I think is Bill Blackwood, crew chief, and the next person with the flight jacket on is Roy Wilson, structures mechanic, and under the left wing facing towards the camera I think is Randy Duffy, either an electrician or technician.  I don’t know the person on top of the A/C, or the two people under the left center of the A/C or the fireman.”

From another source: “The Agency was not cleared on the program in the early days, which that [photo] appears to be.  I heard that Ben Rich in his inimitable manner got in trouble when he went to Langley (not the AFB) without getting clearance to do so and talked about the program in an attempt to drum up business.”

A message Fouche posted on the Open Minds forum 17 OCT 10 included the following:

“The first time I worked for CEA, Steve Stenson (ex-AFFTC Edwards AFB Base Commander – Retired Colonel) was the Site Manager and I was Director of Engineering.  When I came back USAF Col. Ret. Barry Mackean was the site manager and the company had restructured.  Also when I came back the Site Manager (Barry) was the defacto ‘Director of Engineering.’”

Here is all I have to say on this one:

No such person as “Steve Stenson” was ever commander of AFFTC.

In one presentation Fouche showed some “KGB materials” and made these claims:

“All the Russian passport, flight cloth badge, KGB badge, the letter from Kiev Russia from the Station Chief, were mine and issued to me for a TS operation.”

I don’t think so:

The KGB passport is fake.  The cloth badge and the metal badge are also fake, and both are widely available at many Army-Navy surplus stores.


BY THE WAY, NOTICE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ALLEGED TR-3A  (streamlined, aerodynamically sound Black Manta, “Aurora“) and Fouche’s aerodynamically unsound TR-3B, pure science fiction:

TR-3A Black Manta

(courtesy of Foxtrot Alpha)


(another rendition of TR-3A Black Manta)

The U.S. Air Force has never built any humongous triangular aircraft or boomerang-shaped craft  (such as three times the size of a football field)  that can hover absolutely silently or maneuver as slow as 15 miles per hour in the sky.  Absolutely not.  It’s pure science fiction.
In fact there is not a single credible photo of any humongous flying triangular craft
(whether ours or from elsewhere) so far.

David Marler’s book TRIANGULAR UFOs makes a good reading – – but there is not even one photo of the alleged triangular craft (such as three times the size of a football field).

(And we are not talking here about the U.S. Air Force’s Stealth Blimps….which is a totally different topic of discussion)

All we need is one, credible photo of a humongous (I mean humongous) flying triangle…… Yes,we all heard about the Hudson Valley sightings before….etc. etc., ad infinitum (including the Phoenix sightings of 1997)……..but all we need is one credible photo………I haven’t come across any…….in all these 34 years or more in regards to reports of humongous flying triangles.

Even footages in the following doesn’t conclusively prove anything.

(In fact, the “V”-shaped object in this video were admitted to be light planes flying in formation – – 6 pilots at a local airport did about 18 night-time “missions” and flew in formation, sometimes without lights – – this hoax fooled at least some of the witnesses):




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Famous Belgian black triangle UFO photo a fake


Famous 1990 Belgian black triangle UFO photo a fake

(we’re not discussing here about the entire 1990 Belgian triangular “UFO” flap;  we are only here talking about this particular photo)

(Stephen Broadbent, July 27, 2011:  http://www.realityuncovered.net/blog/2011/07/famous-black-triangle-ufo-a-fake/)


The mystery of the iconic Petit-Rechain black triangle UFO photo has finally been solved.  The photographer, a man named only as Patrick, has admitted making the UFO out of polystyrene in an interview with mainstream Belgian TV channel RTLTVI:  http://www.rtl.be/info/belgique/faits-divers/le-mystere-du-celebre-ovni-des-annees-90-elucide-une-supercherie–240323.aspx

The photograph was taken 21 years ago in 1990 at the height of the Belgian UFO flap and was an instant hit around the world, with many publications using the photo as a kind of banner for the UFO phenomenon.

It was known as the Petit-Rechain photo after the Belgian town where it was photographed, but Patrick revealed he and some friends made the model in a short space of time before photographing it some hours later that evening.

Patrick said “You can do a lot with a little, we managed to trick everyone with a piece of polystyrene” and he is right.  The photograph has kept “experts” busy for years, with many of a ufological persuasion using this as proof of alien visitation.

“We made the model with polystyrene, we painted it and then we started sticking things to it, then we suspended it in the air … then we took the photo,”

The prank was originally meant to fool some work colleagues at the small business where Patrick worked as a fitter, but quickly went global soon after leaving the walls of the factory.

Patrick assumed their deception would be discovered, and takes pride in the fact that it never was.   He apologised for fooling so many believers, but clearly got a lot of laughs out of the whole thing after admitting he wouldn’t hesitate to do it all over again.

In actual fact, Patrick is incorrect when he thinks the deception was never discovered, because the exact method of how he did it was revealed as recently as March of 2011 in Tim Printy’s (excellent) SUNlite magazine, Volume 3 Number 2:   http://www.astronomyufo.com/UFO/SUNlite3_2.pdf

On pages 19-22 there is an in-depth analysis by Roger Paquay which deconstructs various arguments presented by experts on the believer side of the fence, while presenting readers with the most likely explanation of what the image actually is.

“The various analyses cannot exclude effects based on a cardboard triangle suspended by a thin thread, giving the rotation effect seen on the picture.”

“This behavior doesn’t agree with an observation of an exotic object. The more likely conclusion is in favor of a fake made to illustrate the observation of a plane or to match with the description of the “Triangular UFO” found in the media for the previous four months.”

“It is very curious that, in a such a highly populated area, with people looking for UFOs, nobody else reported seeing this large object at low altitude.  Only the photographer could explain what is really on his picture but his desire to remain anonymous will prevent any further resolution on the issue.”



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My erroneous article on Israel, Jews and Anti-Semitism…..Recantations


I have to admit that about 20 years ago I had written a rather inaccurate, misinformed article entitled “Israel, Jews and Anti-Semitism“.
Rather than being an article, it was basically my expressions of agreement with what was written in an obscure book written by a Jack Bernstein entitled THE LIFE OF AN AMERICAN JEW (The Noontide Press, 1991), along with some of my comments.
I believe it is time for me to correct my erroneous ideas on the Jewish culture, ethnicity and history.
A kind Jewish gentleman has corrected my inaccuracies and I will quote his answers here.

My inaccurate statement in the article:

“It is important for us to understand that Jews are not one race of people.  There are two distinct groups of Jews in the world and they come from two different areas of the world – the Sephardic Jews from the Middle East and North Africa, and the Ashkenazim (plural, Ashkenazi) Jews from Eastern Europe.
The Sephardic is the oldest group and it is they, if any, who are the Jews described in the Bible.  They are blood relatives to the Arabs – the only difference between them is religion. (These Sephardic or Middle Eastern Jews, the descendants of Abraham, had a tragic history of oppression and dispersion under four major empires, i.e., the Babylonian, the Medo-Persian, the Greek and the Roman Empire).”

CORRECTION (made by a Jewish gentleman):

There are more than two distinct groups of Jews in the world first and foremost.
Sephardic Jews are NOT from the Middle East nor North Africa.  Sephardic means SPANISH in Hebrew.  Sephardic Jews originate from Portugal and Spain historically, and after the Spanish Inquisition, they migrated eastward, mainly setting up in Italy, Greece, Romania, France and Turkey.
During the rise of the Byzantine era, many Greek and Turkish Jews fled north to Russia.  The Jews of the Middle East and North Africa are actually MIZRAHIM Jews.  Mizrah in Hebrew means EASTERN or Man of the East, as in Middle East.
These are the closest things to the original descendants of Israelites.  They are all over, ranging from Egypt, Iran, Morocco, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Tunisia, amongst others.
The Jews from North Africa (excluding Morocco which has its own unique history of Judaism) primarily Ethiopia and Sudan, are Beta Israel Jews.  They are close descendants of Mizrahim Jews but migrated out of Israel before the Roman overthrow.

My inaccurate statement in the article:

“The Ashkenazi Jews, who now comprise 90% of the Jews in the world, had a rather strange beginning.  According to historians, many of them Jewish, the Ashkenazi Jews came into existence about 1200 years ago.  It happened this way:
At the eastern edge of Europe, there lived a tribe of people known as the Khazars. About the year 740 A.D., the Khazar king and his court decided they should adopt a religion for their people.  So, representatives of the three major religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism, were invited to present their religious doctrines.
The Khazars chose Judaism, but it wasn’t for religious reasons.  If the Khazars had chose Islam, they would have angered the strong Christian world.  If the Khazars had chosen Christianity, they would have angered the strong Islamic world.  So, they played it safe: they chose Judaism.  It wasn’t for religious reasons the Khazars chose Judaism; it was for political reasons.
Sometime during the 13th Century, the Khazars were driven from their land and they migrated westwards with most of them settling in Poland and Russia.  These Khazars are now known as Ashkenazi Jews.  Because these Khazar (Ashkenazi) Jews merely chose Judaism, they are not, in the strictest sense, really Jews: at least not blood Jews.”

CORRECTION (made by a Jewish gentleman):

This information is very historically inaccurate.  The Khazarian Empire, while it did technically last until the 13th Century, saw its true reign of power last from 600 – 900 A.D.
Now that’s out of the way, into more pressing matters.
First off this states that Khazars converted in 740.  There is historical data showing that in 321 A.D., Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire make note of Jewish City Council members in Cologne, Germany’s oldest known city.
Thus meaning ASHKENAZI JEWS (which translate to GERMANIA as it was called in Roman times) were around occupying current day Germany, Austria and Poland close to five hundred years before the Khazarians even converted. Also, ONLY Jews from the Rhineland (Poland, Germany, Austria) are Ashkenazi Jews.
Despite popular opinion, Russian Jews are NOT Ashkenazi by default.  While some may have Ashkenazi roots, that more has to do with the oppressive rule of the Prussians in the late 1700 and early 1800’s which led to a huge migration to Russia for Jews.
It is also a proven historical fact that the Jews of Europe (Sephardic, Italqim, and Ashkenazi) migrated from WEST TO EAST not the other way around.

My inaccurate statement in the article:

“At the time (around 1897 when the First Zionist Congress was held in Basel, Switzerland), Palestine was inhabited by a half million Palestinian Arabs and a few Palestinian (Middle Eastern) Jews who are blood related and who had lived together rather peacefully for centuries. (This is why the term “Anti-Semitic”, widely misused, has no meaning. Literally, if one were to be an “Anti-Semite“, it would mean that he is against Jews, Saudi Arabians, Jordanians, Lebanese, Syrians, Iraqi, etc. etc. because they are all Semitic peoples.  The term “Anti-Semitic” has become a convenient scapegoat word frequently used by Globalist-Elitists against the so-called conspiracy theorists or anyone who believe that everything is basically controlled and manipulated by a network of powerful and secretive international financiers (largely influenced by Jewish financiers) conspiring to establish a One World Government).”

CORRECTION (made by a Jewish gentleman):

Another half truth here.  The Mizrahim Jews (incorrectly labeled Middle Eastern Jews) lived under great oppression in Palestine and other Muslim countries.  I strongly suggest you google the Tunisian Jews and the riots that led to them being ran out of the country.  Jews were seen as second class citizens. Jewish households and religious centers could not be built larger than Muslim facilities.  Jewish works were severely picked apart and were placed under stricter regulations than the rest of the society. I don’t argue though the term anti Semitic does mean Middle Eastern genetics more so than Jews.

My inaccurate statement in the article:

“With Palestine as their choice for a homeland, European Ashkenazi Jews began migrating to Palestine.  So when you think of Jews, especially as related to Israel, keep in mind that there is a great difference between Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews. They are not one united people.  They are divided socially, politically and especially racially (It is to be noted that there are also quite a number of Anti-Zionist Jews in the world, both among the Sephardic and the Ashkenazi).  Bernstein also says: ‘Even though I was an Ashkenazi Jew from the U.S., I was placed lower on list for housing because I had married a Sephardic Jewess.  For the first three years of marriage, it was necessary for us to live with Ziva’s (his wife) aunt.  This was because of the critical housing shortage in Israel and because of racism.
Housing in Israel is alloted as follows:
1) Ashkenazi Jews who have lived in Israel for many years are given first choice.
2) Second in line are Ashkenazi Jews from Europe…especially if they marry an Israeli-born Ashkenazi Jew.
3) the next favored are Ashkenazi Jews from the U.S……especially if they marry an Israeli-born Ashkenazi.
4) Sephardic Jews have the next choice of whatever housing is left.
5) at the bottom of the list are Moslems, Druze and Christians (especially Middle Eastern Christians, not so much European Christians). Oppportunities for employment follows the same patterns:
Ashkenazi Jews get the choicest jobs, Sephardic Jews next, and Moslem, Druze and Christians (especially the Middle Eastern Christians, not so much European Christians) fill the menial jobs with a great many left unemployed.”

CORRECTION (made by a Jewish gentleman):

There was some racial divide between Jews earlier in Israel’s history but that has quelled a bit.  Though the housing shortage and the “rights” of Ashkenazi over Mizrahim and Sephardics are a bit exasperated here.
This article tends to forget to mention that 60% of current day Israelis are either Mizrahim, Beta Israel or Sephardic.  The majority of Ashkenazi do not live in Israel, rather in the U.S.A.

My inaccurate statement in the article:

“The bottom line is that the Ashkenazi Jews’ claim to Israel as their “birthright” place of origin is not correct.  The Sephardics (or the Middle Eastern, or Palestinian Jews) are the “birthright” citizens of Israel.  But the Ashkenazi Jews are the most militant, have the most money and are able to manipulate the governments of the world”.

CORRECTION (made by a Jewish gentleman):

Again, Sephardic Jews hold the same claim to Israel as Ashkenazi as they are not middle eastern as portrayed but a mix of western Europeans and Spaniards.
And, finally, here is my final statement made in the article.

(However, I am not certain if this statement of mine is accurate or inaccurate):

“I believe that the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, even though it was primarily effectuated by humanistic, political-Zionist movement and has caused and continue to cause untold sufferings to the people of Palestine, was nevertheless a miracle wrought out by God as part of His fulfillment of the prophetic calender in these end-time period we are living in.  Yes, it is difficutl to see all this in light of what has been happening in the Middle East.  The Israeli/Palestinian crisis will never be solved by human efforts.
According to Bible prophecy, there will yet be major Wars in the Middle East, such as the scenario depicted in Ezekiel 38 and the final conflagration known as the Battle of Armageddon.  In the meantime, however, every step should be taken towards the peaceful solution to the crisis.
Through all this, we must trust in God.
The Bible says that God works in mysterious ways that we do not fully understand. His “ways” are not our “ways”.  Many times we do not understand His “ways”.  His timing is not our timing.  But He can still use our humanistic, selfish ways and mistakes in eventually bringing out His program all for His purpose, all in His own time and in His own manner”.



“American Apocalypse”, social and political impact of American Evangelicalism

Ameican Apocalypse


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“American Apocalypse”, social and political impact of American Evangelicalism

Ameican Apocalypse

“The first comprehensive history of modern American evangelicalism to appear in a generation, American Apocalypse shows how a group of radical Protestants, anticipating the end of the world, paradoxically transformed it.

Matthew Avery Sutton draws on extensive archival research to document the ways an initially obscure network of charismatic preachers and their followers reshaped American religion, at home and abroad, for over a century.  Perceiving the United States as besieged by Satanic forces―communism and secularism, family breakdown and government encroachment―Billy Sunday, Charles Fuller, Billy Graham, and others took to the pulpit and airwaves to explain how Biblical end-times prophecy made sense of a world ravaged by global wars, genocide, and the threat of nuclear extinction.  Believing Armageddon was nigh, these preachers used what little time was left to warn of the coming Antichrist, save souls, and prepare the nation for God’s final judgment.

By the 1980s, President Ronald Reagan and conservative Republicans appropriated evangelical ideas to create a morally infused political agenda that challenged the pragmatic tradition of governance through compromise and consensus.  Following , the politics of apocalypse continued to resonate with an anxious populace seeking a roadmap through a world spinning out of control.  Premillennialist evangelicals have erected mega-churches, shaped the culture wars, made and destroyed presidential hopefuls, and brought meaning to millions of believers.  Narrating the story of modern evangelicalism from the perspective of the faithful, Sutton demonstrates how apocalyptic thinking continues to exert enormous influence over the American mainstream today.”

Above, from the review of American Apocalypse  (a book by Matthew Avery Sutton): http://www.amazon.com/American-Apocalypse-History-Modern-Evangelicalism/dp/0674048369

Please also read the following article:

UFOs and “End-time” beliefs of Apocalyptic Christians




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