WW3 Theater, Wag the Dog, Why?
We make the case we are watching WW3 contrived / scripted war. We’ll outline all the players and hot spots. I had a dream watching TV and it was theater / scripted but death will be real to us. We cover why and the evidence. Note: the EU theater of war is in this podcast: https://sjwellfire.com/news/nato-death-by-the-deagel-report-fdr/
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Is War about population control and genocide because of Planet X? What is up with the Catholic telescope with Lucifer as the nickname? AI Says the following about the Lucifer Telescope :The “Lucifer Telescope” is a nickname for the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT), which is located on Mount Graham in Arizona, USA. The LBT is a ground-based telescope that uses a unique design featuring two 8.4-meter mirrors that are mounted side-by-side, providing a total effective diameter of 22.8 meters.
What is wag the dog for world war three because of an incoming planet x?
“Wag the dog” is a phrase that refers to a situation where a person or group in a position of power deliberately creates a distraction or diversion to shift public attention away from a major issue or controversy. The phrase is derived from the proverb “the tail wags the dog,” which means that a small or insignificant thing is controlling something much larger or more significant.
The phrase gained widespread attention in 1997 with the release of the movie “Wag the Dog,” which depicts a fictional scenario where a spin doctor and a Hollywood producer team up to fabricate a war with Albania to distract the public from a presidential sex scandal. The term has since been used to describe various real-life situations where political leaders or other powerful figures have been accused of creating artificial crises or distractions to manipulate public opinion. AICB
Planet X Vatican Telescope – Deep State Response
The nickname “Lucifer” was given to the LBT due to the fact that it is capable of observing in the near-infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which makes it ideal for studying celestial objects that are difficult to observe in visible light. The term “Lucifer” is sometimes associated with Satan or the Devil in religious literature, but in this case, it is simply a reference to the telescope’s ability to shed light on previously obscured areas of the universe. It’s worth noting that the LBT is a legitimate scientific instrument that is used by astronomers from around the world to study a wide range of astronomical phenomena, including galaxies, stars, planets, and more. The use of the nickname “Lucifer Telescope” is not meant to imply any sort of sinister or nefarious purpose. AICB
Sunni and Shia, what is the Beef according to the Deep State
- Beliefs and Practices:
- Sunni Islam: Sunni Muslims make up the majority of the global Muslim population, estimated to be around 85-90% of all Muslims. Sunni Islam follows the teachings and practices of the Prophet Muhammad and his companions (known as the Sunnah), as recorded in the Hadith (collections of sayings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad) in addition to the Quran (the Islamic holy book). Sunni Muslims recognize the first four caliphs (successors) of Prophet Muhammad – Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, and Ali – as legitimate leaders of the Muslim community.
- Shia Islam: Shia Muslims, also known as Shi’ites, constitute a minority of the global Muslim population, estimated to be around 10-15% of all Muslims. Shia Islam holds that Prophet Muhammad’s cousin and son-in-law, Ali, was the rightful leader (caliph) of the Muslim community after the death of Prophet Muhammad, and his descendants, known as Imams, are considered to be the rightful leaders and guides of the Muslim community. Shia Muslims have a different understanding of Islamic history and hold specific beliefs about the leadership of the Muslim community, the Imams, and the concept of “Imamate.”
- Historical Background: The division between Sunni and Shia Islam originated from a historical disagreement over the leadership of the Muslim community after the death of Prophet Muhammad in the 7th century. The majority of Muslims at the time elected Abu Bakr as the first caliph, while a smaller group believed that Ali, who was Prophet Muhammad’s cousin and son-in-law, should have been the rightful leader. This disagreement resulted in a schism that has persisted to this day, with differing interpretations of Islamic history and leadership.
- Major Issue: The major issue between Sunni and Shia Muslims revolves around the question of rightful leadership and succession after the death of Prophet Muhammad. Sunni Muslims believe that the caliphs who succeeded Prophet Muhammad were rightly guided and legitimate leaders of the Muslim community, while Shia Muslims believe that Ali and his descendants, known as Imams, were the rightful leaders who were unjustly deprived of their leadership. This disagreement over the rightful leadership has led to historical and ongoing tensions between Sunni and Shia Muslims, with occasional conflicts and disputes in various regions where they coexist.
- Dislike and Conflict: It’s important to note that the historical differences between Sunni and Shia Muslims have often been politicized and exploited by various factors, including political, social, and economic grievances, as well as regional and geopolitical considerations. These differences have sometimes led to tensions, conflicts, and even violence between Sunni and Shia communities in certain regions, particularly in countries such as Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain, among others. However, it’s important to recognize that not all Sunni and Shia Muslims dislike each other or engage in conflict, and there are many instances of peaceful coexistence and cooperation between the two communities in different parts of the world.
- Population: Sunni Muslims make up the majority of the global Muslim population, estimated to be around 85-90% of all Muslims. Shia Muslims constitute a minority of the global Muslim population, estimated to be around 10-15% of all Muslims. However, the exact population figures for Sunni and Shia Muslims can vary depending on different sources and methodologies, and the distribution of Sunni and Shia populations can vary by region and country.
In conclusion, the differences between Sunni and Shia Muslims primarily revolve around historical disagreements over leadership and succession after the death of Prophet Muhammad. These differences have resulted in varying beliefs, practices, and interpretations of Islamic history. While tensions and conflicts have occurred between Sunni and Shia
- Sunni-majority countries: Sunni Islam is the dominant branch of Islam in many countries, including but not limited to Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and most countries in North and West Africa.
- Shia-majority countries: Shia Islam is the majority branch of Islam in several countries, including Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, and Bahrain. In Lebanon, there is a significant Shia population, although it is not a majority. Additionally, there are significant Shia communities in other countries such as India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and Yemen.
- Mixed populations: There are also countries with significant populations of both Sunni and Shia Muslims, where they coexist, sometimes harmoniously and sometimes with tensions. Examples of such countries include Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and Nigeria, among others. AICB