REVELATIONS – BABYLON THE GREAT : TRUMP’S PRETTY WALL – ETHERIC VISITORS … And the city with no homeless on its streets
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LAW OF ONE
BABYLON THE GREAT
Published on 2 Feb 2019
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NEVER MESS WITH NATURE
STUCK IN THE MIDDLE
Babylon is everything that is laid over NATURE’S system
Yes Babylon is getting destroyed
All with its followers
Tree nearly falls on david wilcocks house …
Divine PHALLIC retribution … TO HIS YAH LAW OF ONE
As I said …
Building ”the wall” is them trying to build their exit
With MAITRE mindwiping motherships …
Stairway … bridge to heaven – Tower of Babylon OVERLAY
Hence 5G … EMF ”WALL” waves for ENKI’s BEAST SYSTEM
There is no exit … heaven’s been dismantled
As it was source YA who maintained it
And he has been deleted
“Housing First” principle … like i always said
Add to that FREE food water and warmth
It’s all about money and business profits
Until that changes there is no change
Governments’ disclosing …. what ???
They are hiding it behind closed doors because
”THE alliance” has ”agendas”
It would open the doors that they are ”all”
NOT SO INNOCENT
Religion … has cross party interests
Bureaucracy in the mafia religio military
Finger in all pie – licking spy networks
Cabal … is all of them … alliance included
Covered up …
Hence no public jury
Headless chickens basically
Never going for the top people
Start from the top
Who … are ”THE alliance” ?
The alliance are just damage controllers
Apologetics … GATEKEEPERS
Vatican is the head of the snake
There are 1000’s of factions … its not the word … cabal
Feeding off emotions
All about containment
Where is law of the land ?
People want justice always
They have no voice here … belittled by the pseudo govern.ments
Using military courts … behind closed doors … as usual
Consciousness = energy
To escape via consciousness
Means going to heaven
Then come back after its done
ie in a new body or incarnate
Thats why tribunals are a farce
These beings don’t mind dying cos they return
Thats why the alliance are a farce
They are a joke
IT’S THEIR GAME HERE
AND SO BE IT
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Published on 2 Feb 2019
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DIVINE PHALLIC RETRIBUTION
Deep State Tribunals Underway
The city with no homeless
on its streets
By Mat Trewern
BBC Radio Manchester
“Homelessness and rough sleeping is something we just can’t have in our cities, people dying on the streets.
It’s not the type of society or city we want to live in.”
The number of people sleeping rough in the UK has multiplied since 2010.
But in Finland’s capital Helsinki rough sleeping has been almost eradicated thanks to a groundbreaking scheme.
What can cities in the UK learn from the Finns?
Emerging from Helsinki’s grandiose central railway station on a bitterly cold evening, it does not take long before you notice something unusual.
There are no rough sleepers and no-one is begging.
The contrast with the UK’s major towns and cities – where rough sleepers curled up in sleeping bags, blankets or tents are a common sight – is striking.
“In my childhood I remember there were hundreds, or even thousands of people sleeping in the parks and forests,” says Helsinki’s deputy mayor Sanna Vesikansa.
“It was visible, but we don’t have it any more.
Street homelessness doesn’t exist in Helsinki.”
Fundamental action’ call on rough sleeping
For the past 30 years, tackling homelessness has been a focus for successive governments in Finland.
In 1987, there were more than 18,000 homeless people there. The latest figures from the end of 2017 show there were about 6,600 people classified as without a home.
The vast majority are living with friends or family, or are housed in temporary accommodation. Only a very small number are actually sleeping on the streets.
So how have the Finns managed it?
Since 2007, their government has built homeless policies on the foundations of the “Housing First” principle.
Put simply, it gives rough sleepers or people who become homeless a stable and permanent home of their own as soon as possible.
It then provides them with the help and support they need.
That may be supporting someone trying to tackle an addiction, assisting them to learn new skills, or helping them get into training, education or work.
This is very different to the traditional approach in the UK, where a permanent home is only offered after a homeless person has sought help in a homeless hostel or temporary accommodation.
One person who has benefited is Thomas Salmi, who became homeless when he turned 18 and had to leave his orphanage.
He spent three years on the streets of Helsinki, where the average minimum temperature in February is -7C (19F).
“When you lose everything, it really doesn’t matter,” he says. “You’re thinking about suicide, am I going to die? Is it safe?
“It is cold, especially in the middle of winter. If you’re sleeping outside you might die.”