- I do not believe this is a Christian group that paid for the advertisement. The Ad follows Albert Pike’s Satanic WW3 script and Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations psyop. It is Illuminist ie. Satanists who are behind this. Is this predictive programming? Possible. I have documented extensively Operation BlackJack, a series of nuclear false flag attacks on 5-7 western cities to ignite Albert Pike’s Satanic WW3. See video bottom of post. (Do you really believe that the management of the Tennessee newspaper is so stupid and incompetent to allow such an Ad to be printed? Or Satanists in control have been instructed to let it pass?)
- ‘Horrific’ Ad Suggesting Nuclear Attack From ‘Islam’ Appears In Nashville Newspaper, Paper Apologies
by Nicholas Reimann The Tennessean issued an apology Sunday after “a bizarre, pseudo-religious” full-page ad appeared in the newspaper’s Sunday edition claiming that “Islam” was planning a nuclear strike on the city of Nashville, Tennessee, on July 18, saying that the ad violated the paper’s standards forbidding hate speech and that it is investigating how the ad from a “fringe religious group” was able to be published in the Sunday paper.
The paper said Sunday that it immediately pulled the ad from future editions, which appeared in the “A” section—the front section—of Sunday’s newspaper.
The ad, which appeared to come from a group calling itself “The Ministry of Future For America” was topped with a strange image of Pope Francis and President Donald Trump with strict looks on their faces, in front of a background that showed people holding their phones and several burning American flags.
“Islam is going to detonate a nuclear device in Nashville, Tennessee,” the ad claimed, without evidence, instead baselessly saying “Bible prophecy specifies that Donald Trump is the final president of the USA,” while referring readers to a website for more information.
Widespread outrage followed on social media Sunday after the ad was published—with some posting that they had canceled subscriptions to the newspaper.
This morning, the Nashville @Tennessean — the largest newspaper in the state — published a full-page ad from a far-right client warning “Islam is going to detonate a nuclear device in Nashville, Tennessee.” It’s accompanied by photos of Donald Trump and Pope Francis. pic.twitter.com/9vvUbteSIh
— Alex Martin Smith (@asmiff) June 21, 2020
This is appalling. I have zero insight into our advertising process and I’m on furlough this week, so I hope someone else can find out how this met the paper’s ad standards. https://t.co/VNfedzvstB
— Natalie Allison (@natalie_allison) June 21, 2020
— Tyler Hall (@tylerhall) June 21, 2020