About me the Messiah:
also see here for me….My family is a royal family (our relative Count Leon Tolstoy is the highest/ most ancient royal aristocratic lineage in Russia) from Norway, and among others my grandmother’s aunt Else Werring was the Royal Norwegian Palace’s “Mistress of the Robes” (the hostess/organizer of the royal palace’s events) for 27 years, until 1985. All those who fail to heed heaven’s voice (the lottery draw of 666 below) will be thrown into hell in the end times says the Bible. Indeed, heaven SPOKE!: the day after Obama’s election the lottery in his homestate drew 666 revealing that Obama’s Mark of 666 is his money. Check the lottery numbers in Obama’s homestate here : the Pick 3 of Nov 5, 2008 was 666, less than 24 hours after Obama’s election!! I alone reveal this worldwide. That fact makes me the Messiah and Jesus’ Second Coming. seeing there’s no one else to speak up.
Tibetan Tantric Buddhism is the highest form of culture in the world and I follow it’s Kalachakra creed. Buddhism and Hinduism never carried out war like Christianity and Islam (That’s the worst thing existing in the world.)
In 1999, I was recognized as the reincarnation of a disciple of the highest Sakyapa lama of Tibet. I’m working on revealing myself and my message to the world fast now so the Apocalypse blows. My message of truth shows the way and must be revealed not only here at BIN (the only place in the world where speech is free), but worldwide! The lying Antichrist Camp of Obama is infesting my articles with trolling from such criminal orgs as “Organizing for Action” so don’t follow anyone opposing me here, as they are the homo trolls supporting the Antichrist’s murderous homo-agenda (US gov source CDC says 95% of HIV is due to homos.)! Criminal incitment of violence in comments will be dealt with legally in court and banned (I got two trolls banned for death threats to me) and the writers banned from BeforeItsNews for TOS breaches. The lottery marking Obama as the Antichrist by #666 was picked up by the MSM in 2008. Newsweek said: “Is Obama the Antichrist?”
President Barack Obama speaks on June 23, 2016, after the Supreme Court left in place a lower court ruling blocking his plan to spare millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
NEW YORK ― Looking ahead to a Donald Trump presidency, the federal government and a Texas-led coalition of states agreed Friday to put a freeze on ongoing litigation over the legality of President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
The Supreme Court, in a 4-4 split, failed to resolve the case in June, and the matter returned to federal district court in Brownsville, Texas, so that the judge in charge, U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen, could decide the merits of whether the president’s deportation relief plan was lawfully implemented.
Citing the upcoming “change in Administration,” the Obama administration and the states on Friday asked Hanen to put the case on hold until Feb. 20 “so that the parties have a better understanding of how they might choose to move forward.”
By then, it will have been two years since Hanen first put the brakes on the executive initiative, which would’ve allowed the undocumented parents of American citizens and lawful permanent residents to obtain temporary work authorization and not live in fear of deportation.
Hanen is expected to agree to the request, effectively forestalling the case until the Trump administration decides what to do with it. There may already be signs of what comes next.
In June, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), whom Trump selected this week for the post of attorney general, reacted effusively to the Supreme Court’s non-ruling in the case. But he warned that the court fight would continue.
“What is clear,” he said in a statement at the time, “is that this Administration will stop at nothing to forge ahead with its lawless plans ― which arguably have already caused substantial damage to the integrity of our immigration system.”
If confirmed as attorney general, Sessions could effectively direct his Department of Justice to settle with the states and bring the case to a close. He could also withdraw the legal memorandum that provided the basis for the executive actions, which could moot the case and lead to its dismissal.
“It seems likely that in any event Trump will rescind the memo very soon after taking office,” Stephen Legomsky, a Washington University law professor who was former chief counsel at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, told The Huffington Post.
Whatever course the Trump administration takes, all signs point to an unceremonious conclusion for one of Obama’s key moves to shield certain undocumented immigrants from deportation.
The closure of the case would also likely short-circuit a series of lawsuits filed in recent months by Dreamers in New York, Illinois and California. Those suits have sought to limit the original Texas ruling, which blocked Obama’s plan nationwide.
“It’s heartbreaking for the millions of immigrants who’ve made their lives here, who’ve raised families here,” Obama said in June after the Supreme Court deadlocked in the case.
You can read Friday’s full motion below.