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TANATA is devoted to discussing the paradoxes and the mysteries of life, among which is the paradox of the coexistence of good and evil. “God is love,” John tells us. Evil exists, we would suggest, not because God is detached or unconcerned, but because free will exists which is required for true, unforced love to exist. Still, it is painfully hard to reconcile this paradox. We believe that all evil one day will be judged and destroyed, until then we must pray.

DANIEL 7:13-14

13 “I was watching in the night visions, and behold, One like the Son of Man, coming with the clouds of heaven! He came to the Ancient of Days, and they brought Him near before Him.

14 Then to Him was given dominion and glory and a kingdom, that all peoples, nations, and languages should serve Him. His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and His kingdom the one which shall not be destroyed.


7 Behold, He is coming with clouds, and every eye will see Him, even they who pierced Him. And all the tribes of the earth will mourn because of Him. Even so, Amen.

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The "December Surprise"

“High treason” would have been the charge facing members of the Reagan-Bush administration, most notably Vice President George H. W. Bush and CIA Director William Casey, had it been proved that these two men and active members of the CIA negotiated a delay in the release of the 52 hostages held in Iran until after the Reagan-Bush election in November of 1980. To the minds of some, this charge has been proved, though not officially, not congressionally, because of all the circumstantial evidence, never openly exposed, that Bush masterminded the treasonous effort which kept Americans held against their will until the election had been won and Reagan was inaugurated.

It’s been called the “October surprise,” which the Reagan camp feared President Jimmy Carter was going to pull off in the eleventh hour which almost certainly would have resulted in Carter’s re-election. Carter almost succeeded in his administration’s negotiations with Iran. But the Reagan camp, led by Bush and Casey, very apparently outbid Carter and won the White House. Arguably, this commission of high treason led to what became the known as the Iran-Contra scandal, which involved the sale of U.S. arms to Iran by way of the Israelis in exchange for cash and the release of even more American hostages being held in Lebanon by Hezbollah. This violation of law and the Boland Amendment forbidding nations from arming and funding rebel groups during a conflict did result in a number of indictments and some convictions of people working for Reagan-Bush, whose convictions were pardoned by Bush once he became president. But the Contra rebels in Nicaragua still got some of their money and weapons — and the U.S. and Israel still dealt covertly with Iran, which all these years later has come back to haunt both nations.

Had John Lennon lived to see all of this unfold during the Reagan years he almost certainly would have commented upon it — which is what gave high-ranking members of the CIA and newly elected members of the Reagan-Bush administration a motive for killing Lennon. Consequently, if the truth about the brutal slaying of Lennon outside his apartment building in New York City in the late fall of 1980 were ever to become fully known, the assassination of the ex-Beatle, musician, writer, artist, loving husband and father and erstwhile political activist might have come to be called the “December surprise” because of its political ramifications.

The evidence of all of these wrongdoings by members of the Reagan-Bush campaign and later administration is circumstantial, but it is compelling, which nonetheless didn’t matter to Congress, which conducted investigations and hearings concerning these dealings with Iran and subsequent arming and funding of the Contras to no effect — and the evidence also didn’t apparently matter to the national media, especially not Newsweek and The New Republic, though the foreign press was all over it. The evidence that both Lennon and Reagan were shot by elected and appointed officials of the Reagan-Bush administration and the CIA is also compelling — and it is here where we begin our review of some of the startling facts which have led some to conclude that George H. W. Bush is one evil and opportunistic man — who had allegedly participated in killing a president before, having been in Dallas along with his future boss Richard Nixon —and this is documented — on the crisp, sun-drenched day that John Kennedy was publicly murdered.

Whatever else might come to be known about Lennon’s murder and Reagan’s shooting, this much is known to us: 1) the doorman hired to protect the Lennons and other tenants at the Dakota apartment building was Jose Perdomo, an anti-Castro, ex-CIA hit man; this former member of Brigade 2506, who was reportedly recruited by Bush to fight in the Bay of Pigs, was present and on duty when the shooting of Lennon occured n the night of December 8, 1980, and, 2) the assassin of Lennon and the would-be assassin of Reagan apparently knew each other, both once serving as members of an international “Christian” charity, World Vision, which at one time was chaired by John Hinckley Sr., the father of John Hinckley Jr., who nearly succeeded in killing a sitting president. Most notably, a long-time friend and beneficiary of Hinckley Sr.’s campaign donations was George Herbert Walker Bush. A coincidence? There simply are too many of these, taking all of these things into consideration — which all accumulate weightedly to reveal a shady truth that is all too obvious. The alleged perpetrators of this unthinkable assassination of a beloved musician and artist got away with murder, of which all decent and civilized people ought to know, and that is accumulatively apparent because these same people have always managed to be in the wrong place at the right time when very important and sometimes famous people have been ruthlessly and unconscionably killed.

In a time when there is talk of a fascist New World Order, of which both Bush presidents have spoken and actively sought to implement, these killings and near killings of two very important and very famous people — both political threats — may be signals to us as to how low these murderous globalists are willing to go to achieve their biblically foretold goals of a central international government led by one initially beloved man.

… to be continued