Rocking in the Lebanon .......day 1 sitrep (part 1)
Well it's been a while since I last deployed on a fact finding mission so, following in the footsteps of previous prestigious envoys such as Terry Wait, I have decided it was time to visit the country of Lebanon. As I type I am sat in Birmingham Airport awaiting the first flight of the day which will culminate in my fat arse setting down in Beirut in about 8 hours time.
To recap on why I'm doing this (and to guarantee that at least 2 of the 4 people who read this stop doing so immediately)
1) I believe that :- we are not the first advanced civilisation to rise on this planet and that the preceding generation(s), have been forgotten and / or erased from our history. I think this factual manipulation was probably facilitated in more modern times, by established seats of power in order to protect their position ...i.e religions.
2) I think that the evidence to support this theory is hidden right in front of our faces, all over the planet, but our mindset has been blinded by the fabricated version of history which religion has forced upon us. this has been achieved by 'educating us' with their self profiting slant on things. Remember ....'he who wins the war, writes the history'.
It is only now that information technology is allowing us to remove the blindfold and see that the hard evidence on the ground does not match the utter shite they have been peddling for millennia.
There are many ancient sites which 'mainstream history' would have you believe were built by 'a hundred thousand slaves', with some hashed together rope and some rolling logs. However it does not take much scratching of the surface to find that these megaliths are in fact amazing feats of engineering, which we are only now starting to understand.
So for those of you still here, I have been travelling to many of these places over the last few years, in order to see the evidence and assure, at least to myself, that I am not, in fact nuts!
The aim then of this current excursion is to visit the city of Baalbek, the birthplace and historical home of 'Hezbollah'. The city of Baalbek resides in the Bekaa valley, north east Lebanon & 15 km from the Syrian border.....if you visit the UK government website, it says "don't go to Lebanon"; it then goes on to show an area of Lebanon which it has nicely coloured in red and states
"if you do decide to go to Lebanon, DEFINITELY don't go to this part" ....that's where we are heading ;) ......Insha Allah?
Now that ladies and gentlemen is bloody dedication to the cause and if you can't at least give me 10/10 for effort, then sod ya!
As I finish this first bit I am now descending into Frankfurt, having schlurped Luftwaffe....sorry Lufthansa coffee and eaten their moist (lovely word), breakfast cake. I am accompanied on this trip by Andrea Mills, who has only just found out that we are not actually going to a beach in Cyprus but really to the edge of a war zone!
to be continued.........