- 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?)
- Tennessee Newspaper Apologizes After Ad Promising Nuclear Bomb from Islam in July Based on ‘Bible Prophecies’
The Tennessean has found themselves in hot water on social media and apologizing following a paid advertisement in their newspaper promising Islam will drop a nuclear bomb on the city of Nashville on July 18.
“Dear citizens of Nashville,” the full-page ad read. “We are under conviction to not tell you but provide evidence that on July 18, 2020, Islam is going to detonate a nuclear device in Nashville, Tennessee.”
Included above the text is an image of President Donald Trump and Pope Francis with burning US flags behind them. In small print above the image is the label “paid advertisement.”
The text is signed “The Ministry of Future for America” and readers are directed to go to www.july18.news, a site “dedicated to identifying” the upcoming July 18 nuclear attack, which they say through posts is based on “prophetic revelations from the Bible.”
Many screenshots of the extreme ad were uploaded to social media where some quickly went viral, with users expressing outrage at the idea of a newspaper printing the ad next to real news and calling for boycotts against the paper, as well as saying they may be inciting violence against Muslim citizens.
After thousands of tweets, the Tennessean responded to criticisms by releasing a statement apologizing for the advertisement and promising they are “investigating how a paid advertisement from a fringe religious group was published on Sunday in violation of the newspaper’s long-established standards.”
The statement calls the ad “bizarre” and admitted it was “hate speech.”
The company’s editor and vice president, Michael A. Anastasi, said it should not have been approved and its publication is proof of a “breakdown in the normal processes.”
“It is wrong, period,” he said, “and it should have never been published.”
The newspaper’s investigation into the breakdown of its own processes has not earned much confidence back as many mocked the internal probe and questioned the paper approving such an ad.
— Arjun Sethi (@arjunsethi81) June 21, 2020
Outrageous that the @Tennessean would accept this. I'm sure they're hard up for money, but this is beyond irresponsible. This is reason enough to cancel my subscription.
— Callie Khouri (@CallieKhouri) June 21, 2020
The Tennesssean is now investigating The Tennessean… https://t.co/NpvkdfTw5k
— Justin Kanew (@Kanew) June 21, 2020
— Jason Steen (@jasonashville) June 21, 2020