Bill Gates Sends Toxic Vaccines to Africa to Bring Population Down – While Israel Uses Their Advanced Technology to Bring Light and Water to the People of Africa

At the awards ceremony for Innovation Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. (L. to R.) Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director and Under-Secretary General of the the United Nations; Sivan Yaari, Founder and President of Innovation Africa; John W. Ashe, President of the United Nations General Assembly; Yiping Zhou, Director, United Nations Unit for South-South Cooperation UNDP New York (Photo credit: Courtesy)

When I read this article from the timesofisrael,com, I knew that I had to write a piece on it.  I have written so many articles about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and their insane quest to sterilize much of Africa and many third world countries.

There are pending lawsuits against Gates when after witnessing many young women become deathly ill after receiving a vaccine from Gates, scientists analyzed the vaccines and found toxic substances.

Since Bill Gates is so ridiculously rich, I’m sure that his lawyers will keep this out of court.  But the point is that Bill Gates is obsessed with lowering the population of the world dramatically.

Here is my latest article about the Gates Foundation:

Definitive Proof That Bill Gates is a Eugenicist “Mad Scientist” Who is Murdering People in Third World Countries

Israeli Technology Helping Africa

Today I read that Israel is helping many rural aresa in Africa with solar light technology and ways to provide clean drinking water for these people.  We have read so many times that Israel opens her hospitals even to her enemies.  The Israelis truly wish to use their advanced technology to help others.


Lighting up Africa with Israeli technology

Innovation: Africa nonprofit has helped over half a million people lead better and healthier lives with solar energy projects throughout the continent

In central Africa, there’s an orphanage that is a last refuge for hundreds of children. For kids whose parents have died — many of them from AIDS — the Kaliro School and Orphanage is a place where they can grow and thrive, safe from the hazards all around them. It’s typical of many such institutions in Africa, which suffer from a lack of funding, and are taking care of many more children than they can handle.

But at least students and residents of the orphanage no longer have to sit in the dark at night. By installing Israeli-developed solar energy systems, Innovation: Africa has brought light to not only the 500 children of the Kaliro School, but to hundreds of thousands of others as well. The project is unique in Africa and it recently won a top award from the United Nations.

Located miles away from the electrical cables — the children of the Kaliro School hail from dozens of remote farming villages, far from any city — the orphanage had an energy problem. Without electricity (the region has none), the only way to light up the rooms at night was with kerosene gas or candles. But those methods are dangerous, especially for kids; the former could cause lung diseases while the latter could easily start a disastrous fire. Besides, the dim light was ruining the children’s vision.

Thus, the Kaliro School placed a ban on artificial light sources and became a sunrise to sunset facility. Dinner was served, and the children prepared for bed, before the sun went down. For kids already traumatized, the prospect of facing the night alone, without any light, was frightening but unavoidable, because the facility lacked the funds to install its own generators.

Enter Innovation: Africa, an Israeli organization that specializes in bringing power to the power-less in Africa. The group set up a solar energy system for the Kaliro School, which gave the kids not only the gift of light, but that of time as well; with the extra hours of light, the school was able to run evening programs, giving children greater opportunities to learn how to read and write.

It was just another day at the office for Sivan Ya’ari, founder and president of Innovation: Africa, which for the past five years has been bringing not only solar power, but also clean water, food and medical care to more than 500,000 people in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Malawi and Uganda.

“Our mission is to bring to African villages innovative technologies developed and used in Israel,” said Ya’ari. “And we are not only helping Africa but helping Israel by helping the Israeli economy and Israel’s image.”

Besides light, the Innovation: Africa projects provide 20,000 liters of clean water a day (thanks to the solar water pumps they have installed), and drip irrigation systems provide a source of food and income for farmers and their families. Solar energy units provide not only light for schools, but refrigeration for hospitals, which for the first time can store medicines safely. Thanks to those solar-powered refrigerators, over 300,000 people have been able to receive vaccines for diseases rampant in the African interior, where medical care is almost nonexistent.

Earlier this month, the United Nations held in Nairobi its sixth annual Global South-South Development Expo on green initiatives, which had as its purpose the harnessing of green technology to better the lives of Africans. Notable attendees included the president of the UN General Assembly, John Ashe, and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. Also present was Ya’ari, who accepted the UN’s prestigious Innovation Award for bringing Israeli solar technology to power rural African schools, medical clinics and water pumping systems.

“I am proud to attend this conference as part of the Israeli delegation,” said Yaari, “and honored to accept this award in recognition of our efforts these last five years.”

Speaking at the event, Gil Haskel, the Israeli ambassador to Kenya, said that “Innovation: Africa is a brilliant concept of combining Israeli creative energy and innovative spirit, with the Jewish concept of ‘Tikun Olam’ and compassion. Together these characteristics are making a significant difference for so many lives in rural Africa, and building eternal bridges of friendship between Jews, Israelis and Africans.” source

The content of this article speaks for itself.  Pray for Bill and Melinda Gates.  It is easy to become so angry, that we don’t want to pray.  But God is able and He wants us to pray for the lost.




More ALIYAH: Merkel Welcomed One Million Muslims Into Germany and Allowed the Republishing of Mein Kampf

What a recipe for rabid anti-Semitism to return to the very place where Six Million Jews were massacred in WWII.

Did you know that Mein Kampf became a best seller in Germany and remains the number one selling book there? It had been banned in Germany since the end of WWII.

At the end of the war, Germany made reparations to the Jewish people affected by the Holocaust, and erected memorials as a reminder of the horror that was Adolph Hitler and the Nazi Party. The people and leaders seemed truly repentant for the Holocaust. If they could only see Germany now, and its Jew hating leader – Angela Merkel.

I have read so many articles claiming that Merkel is actually the daughter of Hitler. I have passed these articles off as pure sensationalism. But today I tell the reader that the actions of Merkel does make one wonder if she is part of Hitler’s Final Solution – the complete extermination of every Jew on planet earth. But we know that will never happen.


Anti-Semitism is still alive in Germany as Jews face ‘disturbing’ discrimination

BERLIN — When telecommunications manager Mikhail Tanaev emigrated to Germany in 1998 from his native Russia as a teen, his Jewish faith didn’t matter to classmates or neighbors.

That’s because Germany has taken extraordinary steps since the end of World War II to atone for the Holocaust and prevent anti-Semitism from taking hold again. The country has paid reparations to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution, erected dozens of memorials to those murdered and turned anti-Semitic speech into a crime.

Yet Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision in 2015 to open the nation’s arms to 1 million mostly Muslim refugees has created a double threat for Germany’s roughly 120,000 Jews: rising anti-Semitism from the newcomers and a resurgent right-wing nationalist movement spawned by the arrival of so many immigrants.

The anti-Semitic sentiment has become more pubic and virulent, said Tanaev, 32.  “When I arrived in Germany … I never saw such displays.”

Last week, thousands of protesters in Berlin burned Israeli flags to protest President Trump’s controversial decision on Dec. 7 to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The flag-burning prompted a national outcry.

Other instances of anti-Semitism in Germany have become more common and brazen recently. Last month, thieves in Berlin made off with more than a dozen cobblestone-sized plaques embedded in sidewalks memorializing victims of the Holocaust. And the German military found Nazi memorabilia in soldiers’ barracks over the summer.

In 2016, Germany recorded 1,468 anti-Semitic incidents, an increase from previous years that has put Germany’s Jewish community on edge, According to a recent survey by the University of Bielefeld in western Germany, 62% of Jewish respondents said they experience anti-Semitism in their everyday lives, while 28% said they were victims of verbal attacks or harassment in the past year.

The survey points to increased anti-Semitism by Muslim newcomers and a strengthened right-wing nativist movement, said Andreas Zick, who led the study.

Underscoring that trend is the rise of the anti-immigrant  Alternative for Germany (AfD), now the third-largest political party in parliament four years after its founding. The AfD drums up support with nationalist and anti-Semitic rhetoric.

“Germans are the only people in the world who plant a monument of shame in the heart of the capital,” senior AfD member Björn Höcke said this year about the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin.

Other party members want Nazi soldiers remembered as patriots.

Zick also noted anti-Semitic remarks posted on social media by right-wing groups. The comments fuel misconceptions among new immigrants that Germany tolerates such behavior, despite strict laws requiring social media giants such as Facebook to delete posts categorized as hate speech, he said.

 “There’s a lot of evidence from our studies that the Internet and young Muslim men in public are threatening (Jews),” Zick said. “Refugees coming in don’t perceive that there’s a strong norm against anti-Semitism.”

Such sentiments prompted a Jewish community center in Berlin to launch an initiative to combat anti-Semitism.

“Here, we put in concrete terms that ‘the Jew’ is actually a normal person — that he looks like you and is someone you can have a normal conversation with,” said Rabbi Daniel Fabian of the Kahal Adass Jisroel Jewish community center and synagogue.

Members of the community center have been spit on and harassed in predominately Muslim neighborhoods since 2014, Fabian said. And his synagogue recently received a bomb threat from right-wing radicals. The compound housing the synagogue and community center are now under 24-hour police surveillance.

Jewish leaders are pushing for changes in the education system to head off anti-Semitism, including history lessons with visits to concentration camps. Bavaria is the only German state that now requires such visits.

“We are looking for modern means to convey what has happened and to keep the memory alive,” said Josef Schuster, president of Germany’s Central Council of Jews.

Tanaev said it also is important to draw parallels between the history of Jewish immigration and the current influx of newcomers. “That’s the history of our people, and it’s important to show others that fact,” he said.

Fabian, whose grandmother was in the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II, called for support from Muslim groups as well as the government to fight anti-Semitism.

“We can’t be the only ones who are constantly reminding everyone else to look at what’s happening right under your noses,” he said. source

I wrote an article recently and in it I said that everything that is happening in Europe is being used by our Lord to fulfill His Prophetic Word to the letter.  This certainly applies to Germany.  But the fact that Merkel has created an environment so hostile to Germany’s Jewish population is despicable, and as a Jew this makes me so sad for my people in that country.

I must keep my eyes on the bigger picture but mostly on the Lord.

Shalom b’Yeshua