Month: May 2024

Was Haile Selassie the incarnation of Jesus Christ

Haile Selassie (Ras Tafari Makonnen) 23 July 1892 – 27 August 1975.

Haile Selassie I was an Ethiopian regent from 1916 to 1930 and emperor from 1930 to 1974.

Haile Selassie is the second coming of Jesus Christ according Rastafarians because He is the son of King David.

One of His biggest disciples was Reggae musician Bob Marley

Haile Selassie is considered as the son of king David, King David is known in the Bible as well as in the Quran).

It is often in the Bible (old testament) written that the son of king David will be the Messiah.

King David was as you maybe know the King of Israel (ca. 1000 BCE).

I did a big discovery when I read the Holy Bible and will reveal it here to you: Jesus Christ is born twice from the root of king David.

Yeshua (Jesus) was His Hebrew name in Israel around 2000 year ago. 

Yeshua (Jesus) is born from the root of King David, the bloodline of King David goes to Jesus His father Joseph. 

Haile Selassie (his original name: Ras Tafari Makonnen) wich Rastafarians believe is the second coming of Jesus Christ, is also born from the root of King David.

That’s why Haile Selassie I is Jesus, He is son of King David in the Bible. 

Here is the story: King Solomon (King of Israel) had a visit and sex with the Queen of Ethiopia: Queen of Sheba.

Solomon gave Queen of Sheba a son: Menelik I.

Menelik I was the first emperor of Ethiopia and of Hebrew descent, ruling in the 10th century BC.

Haile Selassie is a descendant of Menelik I, so born from the root of king David.

In conclusion: Haile Selassie is the Biblical second coming of Jesus Christ because He is from the root of King David.

Haile Selassie did great things for mankind, He is one of the founders of:

  • United Nations
  • African Union
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation
  • World Bank
  • Etc..

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Every human being should be able to go to the International Court of Justice

The World Government Movement believes every human being should be able to go the International Court of Justice for a case that is not internationally justified by law.

If an individual is not treated right in their own country by the court in their country everyone should be able to go to the highest court, wich should be the International Court of Justice.

 Michael Maas: “Every human being should be able to go the International Court of Justice for a case that is not internationally justified by law”.

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Jesus Christ will return to reign over the world government.

The World Government Movement believes Jesus will return to reign over the coming world government.

Almost every country is gathered at the United Nations General Assembly (193 countries), and we believe Jesus Christ will return soon to guide these world leaders and lead us to a Paradise on Earth.

According the Bible, Jesus Christ will reign over all nations, so this might be true.

It is written in Isaiah 9:6 that Jesus will rule the world government:

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.

Isaiah 9:6

To our conclusion this means one governmenta world government.

Jesus will advise and be a mediator for all world leaders, because Jesus is called wonderful counsellor and mediator between God and mankind.

As written before, we see the United Nations general assembly (193 countries) as the beginning of the world government.

The signs of Jesus Christ His return in the Bible are happening, for example in Matthew 24 6:8 KJV:

And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.

For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.

All these are the beginning of sorrows.

The world government movement believes the coronavirus is one of these pestelinces as written in Matthew 24.

On the photo above Jesus Christ is shaking hands with the United Nations chief Antonio Guterres.

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UN de-weaponise treaty

We believe all 193 UN member states should agree on a UN de-weaponise treaty.

This means destroy all weapons, in the country itself as well.

The world must evolve to a higher level of consciousness and understand we should not hurt each other.

In order to create Heaven on Earth we should destroy all weapons, it is not possible to live a Heaven on Earth with weapons.

It is actually not difficult to understand why we should destroy all weapons.

Every country is responsible for the weapons in their country, that is why the United Nations should make a de-weaponise treaty.

It will be an obligation if we want to live happy lives.

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International Court of Justice rules Israel should cease Rafah offensive

The ICJ — whose rulings are legally binding although lack means of direct enforcement — also ordered Israel to open the Rafah border crossing for humanitarian aid.

Judges at the top United Nations court have called on Israel to halt its intended military offensive in the city of Rafah in a session in the Hague on Friday. 

The International Court of Justice President Nawaf Salam, who led the court’s hearing, quoted UN officials who repeatedly underscored the humanitarian risks of the military offensive in Rafah, where some 800,000 Palestinians are displaced. 

He called on Israel to “halt its military offensive in Rafah”, citing that the Palestinian people were at an “immediate risk”.

Salam said that provisional measures that had previously been ordered by the court in March did not fully address the situation in Gaza now. He maintained that this emergency order was necessary due to the “disastrous” humanitarian situation in Gaza.

It is the first time the court has told Israel to halt its military operations, as it previously ordered Israel to prevent acts of genocide and allow aid to enter Gaza. 

The case was brought to the ICJ by South Africa via an emergency measure as part of a larger case South Africa has taken to the court about Israel’s actions in Gaza. The wider case brought by South Africa accuses Israel of orchestrating genocide against the Palestinian people. 

In the same hearing, the ICJ ordered Israel to open the Rafah border crossing in order for humanitarian aid to enter Gaza and submit a report on its progress within a month.

Reactions a mix of praise and derision

The immediate reactions to the ruling have been mixed.

“The order of the antisemitic court in The Hague should have only one answer – the occupation of Rafah, the increase of military pressure and the crushing of Hamas, until the complete victory in the war is achieved,” Israel’s National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir said in a post on X (formerly Twitter) on Friday.

The leader of the Israeli opposition, Yair Lapid, also derided the decision, saying, “The fact that the ICJ did not even directly connect the end of the military operation in Rafah to the release of the hostages and to Israel’s right to defend itself against terror is an abject moral failure.”

Within the court, Israel has argued that their military operations are targeting Hamas and not civilians. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would convene a special ministerial meeting immediately after the ruling to decide how to respond.

Elsewhere, the ruling was met with praise. South Africa’s foreign ministry chief Zane Dangor said that the decision was “ground-breaking” and noted it was the first time the ICJ made an explicit order to halt operations in Gaza. 

Humanitarian aid groups have long been warning against the Israeli army’s decision to invade Rafah, saying that an invasion into the southern Gazan city would constitute a humanitarian tragedy.

Israel started issuing evacuation orders about two weeks ago into the heavily populated city of Rafah. Several of Israel’s allies, including the US, have warned against the invasion, which Israel insists is necessary to defeat Hamas. 

What can the ICJ actually do?

The ICJ, also known as the World’s Court, is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations and the only international court adjudicating general disputes between nations. 

Its rulings are officially binding but have been previously ignored as the court lacks any enforcement powers. Russia, which was ordered in 2022 to halt its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, has yet to respond to its ruling. 

The ruling’s immediate impact might lie in its ability to apply pressure on Israel and its international allies. 

“International courts – the ICC Monday and the ICJ today – have lived up to expectations this week. It is now the States’ responsibility to force the parties to this conflict to respect this decision” lawyer Johann Soufi, former Head of UNRWA Legal Office in Gaza told Euronews. 

“The ICJ’s decision opens up the possibility for relief, but only if governments use their leverage, including through arms embargoes and targeted sanctions, to press Israel to urgently enforce the court’s measures,” associate international justice director at Human Rights Watch Balkees Jarrah said.

Another international court, the International Criminal Court (ICC), files charges against individuals it considers responsible for genocide and war crimes. On Monday, its chief prosecutor Karim Khan asked ICC judges to approve arrest warrants for Netanyahu, Israeli Defence Minister Yoav Gallant, alongside three top Hamas leaders — Yahya Sinwar, Mohammed Deif and Ismail Haniyeh. 

Although Israel is not a member of the ICC, both Netanyahu and Gallant would face travel restrictions if the arrest warrants were issued.

According Euronews.

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