The EU Tower of Babel*
Ever since its completion on December 14 1999, the EU parliament has raised eyebrows and questions regarding its structure. The main tower, called the “Louise Weiss” building, looks peculiar and modernist. Why does it look unfinished? Promoters say it reflects the “unfinished nature of Europe”. However, some research on the subject reveals the dark and deep symbolism of the building. Exposing the real source of inspiration behind the Louise Weiss building is exposing the esoteric beliefs of the world elite, their dark aspirations and their interpretation of ancient scriptures.
We’ll go straight to the point: the Louise Weiss building is meant to look like painting “The Tower of Babel” by Pieter Brueghel the Elder in 1563. Story says that the Tower of Babel was never completed. So, the UN Parliament is basically continuing the unfinished work of Nimrod, the infamous tyrant, who was building the Tower of Babel to defy God. Do you think this is a good source of inspiration for a “democratic institution”?
Nimrod and the Tower of Babel
|“Now it was Nimrod who excited them to such an affront and contempt of God. He was the grandson of Ham, the son of Noah, a bold man, and of great strength of hand. He persuaded them not to ascribe it to God, as if it were through his means they were happy, but to believe that it was their own courage which procured that happiness. He also gradually changed the government into tyranny, seeing no other way of turning men from the fear of God, but to bring them into a constant dependence on his power… Now the multitude were very ready to follow the determination of Nimrod, and to esteem it a piece of cowardice to submit to God”|
The story of Nimrod and the Tower of Babel appears in numerous texts of ancient cultures including Hebrew, Islamic, Greek and Kabbalah. Nimrod is said to be the founder and the king of the first empire after the Flood. His realm includes Babylon (Babel), Uruk, Akkad and Calneh. He is known to be a king that brought tyranny to the people while seeking to eliminate religious beliefs.
According to biblical accounts, Babel the was city that united humanity, all speaking a single language and migrating from the East. It was the home city of Nimrod. He decided that the city should have a tower so immense that “its top should be in the heavens”. That tower was however not for worship and praise of God, but was dedicated to the glory of man with a motive of making a ‘name’ for the builders. The Midrash version of the story even adds that the builders of the Tower said
|“God has no right to choose the upper world for Himself, and to leave the lower world to us; therefore we will beuild us a tower, with an idol on the top holding a sword, so that it may appear as if we intended to war with God”|
God, seeing the blasphemous nature of the Tower, gave each person a different language to confuse them. Unable to continue the work, the people scattered throughout the world.
Symbolism of the EU Parliament
So the construction of the EU Parliament in the image of the Tower of Babel sends the message that Nimrod had the right philosophy and his Tower of Babel was a good idea. So we are looking for:
You know what? Those are major precepts of the esoteric beliefs of the world elite (see Educate Yourself section). They are not Christians or anything related. Their belief system is based on the Mystery Religions (pagan rituals, worship of the Sun, considering Lucifer as the one who gave light to the human race, seeing God as a force wanting to keep humans in the dark). Their New World Order will have evacuated all worship of God, introduced a single language and changed democracy to tyranny.
The Banned Poster
Do I sound a little “out there”? Did I read too much into this building? Answer is: NO. Here is the OFFICIAL poster promoting the EU Parliament:
We see the people of Europe rebuilding the Tower of Babel. Here’s some points to note:
First, we have a confirmation that the Louise Weiss building was truly inspired by the Tower of Babel. The poster recreated the exact tower on Pieter Brueghel’s painting, even making sure to include the broken part of the foundation. There is NO question there.
Second, the slogan: “Europe: Many Tongues One Voice” refers to God confusing the people with many languages. The Parliament will effectively reverse God’s punishment to teach a lesson concerning idolatry and arrogance.
Third, look closely at the stars at the top. Do they look strange? They are upside down aka reversed pentagrams. The symbolism behind pentagrams is extremely deep and complex but we can say that a regular pentagram refers to “Good Ruling” and a reverse pentagram refers to “Evil Ruling”.
This poster has been banned due to protests by numerous groups. It is however extremely revealing and proves the esoteric mindset of the builders of the European Union’s Parliament.
The Abduction of Europa
This statue, standing in front of the Winston Churchill building, refers to ancient mythology and depicts one the most ancient representation of Europe. It’s based on a story where Zeus disguised himself as a white bull in order to seduce the princess Europa who was gathering flowers. When she approached the bull and got on its back, the bull seized the occasion to run away with her and eventually rape her (I’m giving you the non-censored version of the story).
So the woman (who represents Europe) on top of this bull is about to get raped. OK, weird. Anyways, it represents Good vs. Evil – Sun vs. Moon and all of that – An integral part of the Mystery Religions. Learn about this.
The European Union is a super-state that currently includes 27 countries (more in the future). The same faith awaits American and Asian countries, who are bound to unite under the same flag and currency to create other super-states. Those are the building blocks towards a Single World Government, a goal actively sought by the world elite. The EU Parliament is the first monument representing a super-state and reveals, through its intense symbolism, hatred of religion, plans for a New World Order and their subtle endorsement of tyranny.
Catholic Hospital that Carries out Abortions
Barcelona’s Sant Pau Hospital, which is co-administered by the Catholic Archdiocese of Barcelona, killed an unborn child earlier this month in a pre-scheduled abortion based on the “suspicion” of deformities that normally do not pose a medical danger to the mother, according to internal hospital documents obtained by LifeSiteNews.com.
The documents contradict repeated and vehement denials by Barcelona’s Cardinal Archbishop Lluis Martinez Sistach, who has dismissed numerous reports published in the Spanish media and abroad regarding the killing of the unborn at the facility since they first began to be published in 2010.
The documents, written in Catalonian and Spanish, include copied text in Word format apparently taken from hospital computer records, as well as two screen shots of hospital computers. They indicate that a woman entered the hospital on May 13 at 10 a.m. “for a medical interruption of pregnancy because of a suspicion of fetal osteochondrodysplasia with thoracic hypoplasia.”
According to standard medical references, osteochondrodysplasia is a disorder that causes stunted bone growth and is often associated with dwarfism. Thoracic hypoplasia is a lack of complete growth in the chest area.
Neither condition is necessarily life-threatening, and neither is necessarily associated with heightened medical risk for the mother during pregnancy.
The instrument of death for the unborn child was the abortifacient drug misoprostol, which is highly effective in causing a woman’s body to miscarry and prematurely expel the fetus – in this case a baby girl at 18 weeks gestation.
“The process of uterine evacuation with misoprostol was initiated at 10:30 a.m. Misoprostol 800mcg vaginally administered and then 400mcg/3h orally,” the record states, adding that the woman suffered “maternal fever during the procedure, for which she was administered 1g paracetamol.” For her pain during the contractions, the woman was also given an epidural.
The patient finally “expelled the fetus, which was female, in a state of cardiorespiratory arrest,” according to the chronology, and “expelled the placenta at 10 p.m.” An ultrasound indicates that “ovular remains” had been retained by the patient, who was taken to a child birthing section of the hospital for further treatment.
The medical chronology shows the results of a series of tests performed on the child’s body, apparently in an attempt to verify congenital defects, but all tests are negative or “normal.”
Although one attending physician on the hospital’s chronology claims that the child’s body type or “phenotype” was “highly compatible with the diagnostic orientation,” implying that the body was deformed, at least one witness whose testimony has been obtained by LifeSiteNews.com affirms the opposite, stating “the foetus was perfect!”
“It was a foetus of 17 weeks and three days!!! A scheduled abortion! I am speechless,” the witness writes in an e-mail obtained by LifeSiteNews.com. “It was considered a risky pregnancy. The analyses came out negative, the caryotype [a test for Down Syndrome and other genetic defects] was negative, the amniocentesis also, but for some reason there was a suspicion of a congenital ‘dwarfism…’”
In dismay, the witness writes: “We are an extermination camp!”
The message also states the hospital’s X-rays of the foetus can no longer be found in the hospital, leading the witness to wonder if they have been removed to hide the evidence of the error in the hospital’s diagnosis.
Archbishop of Barcelona continues to deny abortions are occurring at hospital
The archbishop of Barcelona, Cardinal Lluis Martinez Sistach, has stonewalled pro-life groups for years regarding numerous reports of abortions at the hospital, which began appearing in the media in 2010, when the Spanish newspaper ABC revealed government records indicating that several Church-affiliated hospitals in the Catalonia region had been performing abortions for years.
In 2011, the Cardinal began to publicly deny the reports, claiming that abortions do not occur at Sant Pau, adding that an order had been given not to perform abortions.
However, the evidence of killing unborn children as Sant Pau has continued to pile up.
Recent revelations include an April 2012 report by ACI Prensa and other Spanish media sources of a woman who was offered an abortion twice by the hospital, an article in the Spanish medical review Rol in September of last year, documenting a eugenic abortion at the facility, and a hidden camera video taken of personnel discussing the hospital’s policy of doing dangerous amniocentesis tests for the purpose of killing unborn children, also in September of 2012.
Other documents have documented evidence of abortions in the hospital – as well as other hospitals affiliated with the Catholic Church in the Catalonia region – going back at least a decade.
In a June, 2012 interview with La Stampa’s Vatican Insider, Cardinal Martínez Sistach brushed off the ongoing reports of abortions at the hospital, claiming that the institution “acts in accordance with the norms of Christian morality,” and complaining that the news reports were harming the “good reputation” of Sant Pau.
“The hospital has never asked for accreditation to carry out abortions in accordance with civil legislation, following its ideology which is in favor of life and against abortion,” Martínez Sistach told La Stampa. “Those responsible for the administration have told me that abortions are not done.”
Please note that the original Word document received by this reporter has been converted into a PDF after blotting out all information that could identify the patient, but is otherwise untouched.
According to one witness, these records are now missing. The name and ID number of the patient have been blotted out.
Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
Piazza del S. Uffizio, 11, 00193 Roma, Italy
phone: (011) 39-06-6988-3357
phone: (011) 39-06-6988-3413
Fax: (011) 39-06-6988-3409
Marc Cardinal Ouellet, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops
Palazzo della Congregazioni,
Piazza Pio XII, 10
Phone: (011) 39-06-6988-4217
Fax: (011) 39-06-6988-5303
Archdiocese of Barcelona
Sergi Gordo Rodríguez (General Secretary and Chancellor)
Calle del Obispo 5
Barcelona, Spain 08002
Tel: (34) 93.270.10.10
Egypt’s Mafia Fund*
By Farah Halime
A private equity fund launched by Gamal Mubarak managed to reel in millions of dollars of investment from Egypt’s elite, revealing the depths to which political and business connections ran as he began rising in stature in the late 1990s.
According to a document obtained by Rebel Economy, Gamal Mubarak’s $54 million Horus I Fund, created in 1997, attracted some of the country’s most controversial businessmen including steel fugitive tycoon and Mubarak-confidante Hussein Salem, steel magnate Ahmed Ezz, who was acquitted in June after being charged with monopolising the country’s steel market, and the ex-CEO of Egyptian investment bank EFG Hermes, Hassan Heikal. Heikal is a defendant in an insider trading case involving both of the Mubarak sons. His former colleague, Yasser El Mallawany, who is still officially an employee of EFG, is another investor in the Horus Fund.
The fund, which was operated by EFG Hermes and invested in Egyptian projects and companies, attracted millions of dollars of investment from members of Egypt’s old guard, some of whom have been targeted in corruption cases since the fall of Hosni Mubarak in 2011. Although there is no evidence the fund engaged in corrupt activity, the connections between the people named as investors on the account has never been properly investigated by the Egyptian authorities.
The list of individuals and companies published above raises questions that have so far been left unanswered by Egyptian investigators.
The document, which details how much individuals and companies committed to the fund at the time of launch, also provides a window into the everlasting influence of Mubarak’s old guard and their long-standing ties to Gulf nationals in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
It represents the beginning of Gamal Mubarak’s foray into private equity, where his financial interests in the Egyptian economy, from tourism to agriculture to oil, began to grow. The fund was created prior to Gamal’s entry into political life, when he acquired 18% of EFG Hermes Private Equity.
Among the handful of Gulf companies listed are First Arabian Development and Investment Company, run by Hamza al Kholi, a prominent Saudi Arabian businessman, and Yahya Al Yahya, the chief executive director of Gulf International Bank.
The ZAD Global Direct Investments Fund is also a notable appearance on the list. This investment company, founded by Prince Mishaal Al-Saud, second child of the Prince Abdullah bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud in Jeddah is a privately controlled investment company, organized, owned, controlled and operated as the investment vehicle for the family of Prince Mishaal for the purpose of managing the family’s investments.
Some businessmen have used clever ways to hide their investment activity. A company connected to Hussein Salem appears on the document. Clelia Assets Corporation, a Panama registered company, is linked to his name.
Salem fled Egypt in 2011 when he came under fire for tax evasion and his complicity in a corrupt gas deal.
Other controversial names on the list include Mohammed Abou El Enein, the chief executive of Cleopatra Ceramics, a major Middle East ceramics firm that has faced repeated labour strikes.
Abou El Enein, who once called himself “the noblest businessman on Earth”, was at one point under investigation for allegedly violating labour laws. Workers have staged sporadic strikes asking for improved working conditions and higher wages.
The fund is a worrying sign of how little progress Egypt has been made in defeating a tight circle of Egypt’s mafia, some of whom were subject to now forgotten corruption cases.
And now, there is evidence that some of Mubarak-era moguls may make a reappearance on Egypt’s political and business scene. Hussein Salem, who is currently exiled in Spain, has reportedly asked to make a deal with the interim government that would end any court cases against him. He has said he is presenting a new initiative to the interim government which includes funding for the unemployed in the tourism sector, as well as restoration of police stations, churches and mosques.
Hassan Heikal, who resigned from EFG Hermes earlier this year, has indicated that he will be acting in a consultancy basis to the Egyptian government. He has signalled he will offer ideas and launch new initiatives “that offer long-term solutions to Egypt’s fiscal challenges and economic development,” according to a statement he made when he resigned.
But the army has a strategy of its own. It’s interest is in preventing an examination of its own assets and business interests, which not only is likely to affect other investigations but focus on a shift away from Mubarak-era crimes toward the Muslim Brotherhood and the former president Mohammed Morsi.
So as the army continues its assault against the Muslim Brotherhood, journalists and civilians, the more these characters will disappear into the background, leaving them free to operate, uninterrupted.