greatest need ...what is it? More money? Better
health? More friends? While all of those things may
be desirable, none of them are key. With certain
death just a matter of time for every person our
greatest need must be reconciliation with our
Creator! He is anxious to save us from ourselves and
even to grant us eternal life. He is the answer to
all of our problems. Yet, there is a barrier to
reconciliation with Him. That barrier is SIN. He is
perfect and we ..well, we are far from perfect. In
fact, by comparison with His sterling righteousness,
we are wicked. How do we bridge that gap? There is
only one way, the way He made for us. That way is
called ATONEMENT. Join me today on Tsiyon Road,
as I consider the mysteries of atonement found in
Eliyahu ben David
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On The Road To Tsiyon: What's Happening
With this Tsiyon News we
introduce a new feature, which we will include here from time to
time, called: "On The Road To Tsiyon: What's Happening Now?"
The purpose of this feature is to highlight one of our past
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the same topic.
I Will Bring Them Down #236
ascend to heaven...
... From there I will
bring them down.
Tags: ASAT, Asian Space Race,
Blackstar Spaceplane, china, Commercial Space
Travel, Emerging Space Powers, India, Japan, MAHEM,
Malaysia, Malaysian Space Tourism, Moonraker, NASA
Decline, Orbital Test Vehicle, OTV, PROJECT A 119,
Prompt Global Strike, rods of god, Russia, Space
Tourism, Space Weapons, THEL, USA, X37-B
The geo-political landscape is
rapidly changing in the world - and even in
I Will Bring Them Down #236
reported on that trend
in which NASA is declining from past dominance in
space, while other countries, notably China, are
advancing rapidly. Today, on every front, China is
aggressively countering the global dominance of the
world by Western powers. As I write, HAMAS continues
to hammer Israel with sophisticated missiles of
Chinese design, typical of Chinese support of
anti-western forces in the Middle East. China has
been building up it's military for years and
recently announced they believe they can now defeat
the USA in a hot war. On the economic front, just
the new BRICS Bank
was announced in Brazil, with China putting up the
lion's share of the billions needed to fund the
bank. If the IMF and World Bank are the McDonalds of
global banking, the BRICS Bank plans to be the new
Burger King of world banking. This is a major
challenge to the Western banker elite and US Dollar
dominance in the world, and make no mistake, is seen
by the New World Order as an economic act of war.
All of this is indicative of a block of nations,
including the BRICS, the Iranian block, and others,
rising up as never before to oppose the New World
Order plan for "global governance." Covert world war
is under way, with overt global war fast becoming a
real possibility. In this climate space becomes a
strategic battle platform. China has become a strong
challenger on the battlefield of space, and still
wants to do more, as shown in the following article.
China's President Xi Wants More
Military Use of Space
Reprint from Space.Com,
By Megan Gannon, News Editor - Spring, 2014
Long March 2C rocket launched with the Shijian 11-06
satellite at 10:46 a.m. Beijing
time on March 31, 2014.
Credit: Xinhua/Zhu Xiang
President Xi Jinping reportedly asked his nation's
air force to hasten its integration of air and space
During a visit to the
air force headquarters of the People's Liberation
Army in Beijing, Xi urged the
development of a "new-type combat force" and told
military leaders they need to be able to deal with
air and space emergencies "swiftly and effectively,"
the English-language newspaper China Daily reported.
The news report
gave few details on how Xi wanted to strengthen the
military use of space. Some of the Chinese media
framed Xi's request as a response to actions by the
United States and other world powers.
quoted Wang Ya'nan, deputy editor-in-chief of
Beijing's Aerospace Knowledge Magazine, as saying:
"The United States has paid considerable attention
to the integration of capabilities in both air and
space, and other powers have also moved
progressively toward space militarization. Though
China has stated that it sticks to the peaceful use
of space, we must make sure that we have the ability
to cope with others' operations in space."
China became the third
country — following the former Soviet Union and the
United States — to independently send humans into
space and put a spacecraft on the moon. But China's
space program has raised some concerns among U.S.
received widespread condemnation after conducting an
anti-satellite (ASAT) test in 2007 without advance
warning to foreign powers. During that test, China
blew up one of its own satellites, creating about
3,000 new pieces of space junk in a heavily used
part of Earth's orbit.
In a report to
Congress last year, the Pentagon noted that China
was continuing to ramp up its military capabilities
in space, with 18 space launches in 2012 and an
expansion of its space-based intelligence,
surveillance, navigation, meteorological and
That report from the U.S. Department of Defense also
claimed that China had improved capabilities "to
limit or prevent the use of space-based assets by
adversaries during times of crisis or conflict."
China may even have
its own equivalent of the U.S. Air Force's
mysterious X-37B space plane: the secretive
spacecraft known as Shenlong (Mandarin for "Divine
Dragon), which reportedly embarked on its first test
flight in 2011.
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