Skull & Bones plan gives Jerusalem Holy Sites to Vatican

Skull & Bones in Jesuit shrine


Editor’s Note…

The decades old globalist plot to “internationalize” the Israeli capital city Jerusalem was first proposed in the 1947 partition plan at the UN (itself a brainchild of Rockefeller), but was flatly rejected by the Arabs, who wanted everything for themselves and therefore lost everything. Subversion against Jerusalem by globalist operatives like Tony Blair and globalist NGOs- all of whom are funded by Wallstreet backed foundations and Eurocratic governments is well documented.

It seems like the Vatican faction gains the upper hand here over the masonic faction.We can speculate it is done in the following manner : The Vatican infiltrates all important western organizations. in the case of Skull & Bones the Jesuits are the likely branch of infiltration thus form the case-officer. Bonesman Kerry was raised as Catholic in a family of former Jews, hence his pathological obsession with the “peace process” which aims at securing an indirect NATO invasion to the holy land. Unsurprisingly, one of the first demands raised by the head of the PLO regime, Mahmoud Abbas, in the talks, was to deploy NATO forces along the Jordan river, once it’s evacuated by the Israelis. It shows you where his true affiliation lies.


Klein Online

Bonesman John Kerry wants International mandate to control sections of Israel’s capital

Secretary of State John Kerry quietly presented a U.S. plan for eastern Jerusalem that calls for an international administrative mandate to control holy sites in the area, according to informed Palestinian and Israeli diplomatic sources.

The exact composition of the international mandate is up for discussion, the sources said, but Kerry’s plan recommended a coalition that includes the Vatican, together with a group of Muslim countries such as Turkey and Saudi Arabia.

The international arrangement is being proposed as a temporary solution for about two to three years while security arrangements in Jerusalem between Israelis and Palestinians are finalized, said the sources.

Israel, the sources said, was not receptive to the particulars of Kerry’s plan, especially the concept of Turkish participation in Jerusalem. Kerry told the Israelis he would hold talks with the Kingdom of Jordan about it playing a leading role in the proposal in the place of Turkey, the sources added.

Kerry was in Jerusalem on Friday as part of an Obama administration effort to reach a deal for a Palestinian state by April, a timeline that is still on track, Kerry told reporters.

“We are working on an approach that both guarantees Israel’s security and fully respects Palestinian sovereignty,” Kerry added.

According to the Israeli and Palestinian diplomatic sources speaking to KleinOnline, Kerry’s trip this time around focused specifically on the particulars of security arrangements for the strategic Jordan Valley following a deal.

In October, KleinOnline exclusively reported Kerry was strongly urging Israel to give up the Jordan Valley in closed-door talks with the Palestinian Authority.

The current round of U.S.-brokered talks is attempting to hash out the details of a plan for the valley.

The Jordan Valley cuts through the heart of Israel. It runs from the Tiberias River in the north to the Dead Sea in the center to the city of Aqaba at the south of the country, stretching through the biblical Arabah desert.

The U.S. proposal calls for international forces to maintain security control along with unarmed Palestinian police forces, a senior Palestinian Authority negotiator told KleinOnline in October. Israel will retain security posts in some strategic areas of the Jordan Valley, according to the U.S. plan.

Previous talks incorporated an element of Jordanian authority in the Jordan Valley, but the Kingdom of Jordan is wary of participating in a future Palestinian state, the negotiator said.

The Palestinian negotiator pointed to the insurgency in Syria and changes of leadership in Egypt as reasons for Jordanian reluctance to assume any security control over Palestinian areas.