Now Putin calls for “a modern, non-aligned system of international security” to fight the threat of global terror
Two months ago, we reported on the courageous comments from Gen. Michael Flynn, who came forward to warn about the real dangers from Islamist terrorism, echoing Billy Meier’s call for an international military coalition to eliminate the threat. Our conservative estimates of how many IS fighters were already in Europe was completely eclipsed by Meier’s recent report indicating that at least 17,461 had already infiltrated.
We now have yet another ominous warning about the demented, murderous machinations of IS/ISIS terrorists pertaining to launching anthrax attacks in Kenya…and elsewhere. And, as usual, we find specific warnings from Meier and the Plejaren, pertaining to biological weapons and terrorism, going back – decades – to 1985 and 1987.
Putin Steps Forward, Kerry Steps Back
So it is further encouraging that Putin is now calling for an international coalition, which he refers to as “a modern, non-aligned system of international security” to fight the threat of global terror. Contrast this with the recent tacit endorsement – call it appeasement and surrender if you like – of a “borderless world” by John Kerry.
Meier has long warned about the IS and the dangers of provocation against, instead of cooperation with, Russia.
Thanks to Chris Lock, Andrew Grimshaw and Norm DeCindis for the updates.