Israel is now 71 years old, there are over 6 million Jews that live in the Jewish State and yet we still are without a viable Peace Plan with our neighbors, many of whom still want us to vanish from the face of the earth. Unfortunately, for those Arabs and Palestinians who still hold that view, it has not happened and will never happen because we believe in G-d who promises that we will continue to survive.
We have survived time and time again against all odds, and I hope I am speaking for the vast majority of us all; we want Peace, so that we can get on with our lives, and do the things we do best. And what would be a great bonus is if we could do so with neighbors who hold our same values and want the best for their children and families, just like we want for our children and families. At this stage, that seems to be an impossible dream.
I lived in America and South Africa, and can never remember being surrounded by such hostile neighbors as we have living here in Israel. We constantly are in fear of terrorist attacks, incoming rockets, fire balloons and other such devices intended to cause harm to ourselves, families and all other Israelis who live here. Those rockets and missiles continue to be pointed directly at us, each and every second of the day, ready to be fired at any moment.
One day the time will arrive when those missiles vanish from the face of the earth just like our neighbors want for us. When will that day come? How long will it be that finally someone will step forward and solve the missile crisis in Gaza?
This is a much more complicated situation than Cuba, when JFK was President, but a fundamental demand before any peace agreement is made is to dismantle those missiles.
In a previous Blog, I compared JFK’s assassination with the assassination attempt on President Reagan’s life. If JFK had lived and been given the opportunity to solve the Gaza missile crises, I wonder if he would have been successful.
Today’s JFK I talked about in my previous Blogs.
I have this belief that if there would be an opportunity for G-d to create someone to take JFK’s place, to solve the Gaza missile crisis, what better time than now for that to take place. And so in my search for clues, I arrived at a reasonable assumption that this person can be anyone, not necessarily a politician. And that person appears in my previous Blog.
This person’s initials are also JK, and his name is Jayron Kearse, who plays the position of Safety on the Minnesota Vikings NFL American Football team. In my last Blog, I pointed out that Kearse featured in the final play in each of the last two Viking games. This is something I continually talk about and believe that two similar events which take place together in a short amount of time must be a message from G-d to examine these events more thoroughly for clues. And in these two plays, Kearse solved the crisis that the Vikings were faced with at that time. That is meant to say that JK like JFK solved a missile and Minni-missile crisis in Dallas and Minnesota with these two plays.
Therefore, I am concentrating on these two plays when analyzing this situation. Each of these two plays were similar, because it was the final seconds of the game, and Dallas and Denver were behind in each. Dallas and Denver both had the ball and there was time for only one play before time ran out. Therefore, in each case, the quarterback threw the ball into the end-zone hoping a player from his team would catch the ball resulting in a last second win.
In the first game, on November 10, between Dallas and Minnesota in Dallas, the Dallas quarterback had to throw the ball over 50 yards to reach the end-zone, which he did. And with everyone knowing what the quarterback was going to do, there were many players from each team in the end-zone ready to catch the ball and win the game.
All the Minnesota players needed to do was to knock the ball away, but Dallas had to catch it. And so when the quarterback threw the ball, he did not throw a “bullet” pass, but rather a high arching throw, which headed for the end-zone and Kearse successfully intercepted the ball and preserved victory for the Vikings.
In the Denver game at Minnesota the following Sunday, the quarterback was much closer to the end-zone and therefore threw a “bullet pass” which Kearse managed to break up, preventing another touchdown and resulted in another win by Minnesota.
The Interpretation Of The Two Key Plays-
The first pass in Dallas that Kearse caught reminds me of the famous “Hail Mary” pass that Roger Staubach threw to Drew Pearson which Pearson caught and resulted in sudden victory for Dallas described as follows-
On December 28, 1975, Dallas quarterback Roger Staubach, threw a game winning touchdown pass to wide receiver Drew Pearson during an NFL playoff game against the Vikings in Minnesota. The winner would go on to the NFC Championship game for the right to go to the Super Bowl.
With 24 seconds left on the clock, and the Cowboys facing fourth down at mid-field with the score 14-10 in favor of the Vikings, Staubach threw the ball roughly 50 yards to his wide receiver Drew Pearson. Pearson caught the ball, and waltzed into the end zone sending the Cowboys to the NFC Championship Game. After the game, Staubach explained to reporters that “I just closed my eyes and said “Hail Mary”.
From the Cowboys point of view, they had won, but from the Vikings’ fans vantage point, the Cowboys won unfairly, because just as Pearson caught the ball, the Viking defender fell. The Vikings felt Pearson had pushed off on the Viking defender before he caught the ball. That left a sour taste in the mouths of Vikings fans who witnessed the play that denied them a chance to appear in the Super Bowl that year.
And therefore, in my view, the interception that took place by Kearse could be called “The Revenge of The Hail Mary”
The second play Kearse was involved with took place in Minnesota. The Denver quarterback had a chance to win the game on the game’s last play, but he threw the ball much too early for the intended receiver to catch it, since the ball whizzed by at the time he turned around to look at the quarterback, and therefore the Vikings were victorious again.
Two Plays – Bringing Back History
To me, both plays remind me of a reenactment of the two assassination incidents involving Presidents Reagan and Kennedy.
The “Hail Mary” pass is very similar to a person shooting from very long range such as in the case in the JFK assassination. And since Kearse’s heroics took place on November 10th of this year, which was the anniversary of Kristallnacht, marking the beginning of the Final Solution, this incident marks the beginning of the sequence of events I pointed out in my last Blog. And this also marks the beginning of a sad time in American history, where the 20 year Presidential Assasination and Assassination attempt cycle would resume.
The much shorter range meant that the quarterback could launch a bullet toward the receiver which hopefully the defender will be caught off guard allowing the receiver to catch it. But in this case Kearse was ready and able to solve this crisis. The short range bullet like throw by the quarterback was exactly what took place at the time of the Reagan assassination attempt when the assassin emptied his revolver at point blank range at the President, who survived. This was thanks to Secret Service Agents who shoved Reagan into the limousine while shots were being fired. And of course to the special father Reagan had.
The Viking Play Monday Night, December 2 and perhaps Kearse will again feature in the deciding play. But in this case, I did not have to wait to come up with an interesting connection with that game and series of events which took place over the past three weeks.
Key Clues Linking The Vikings December 2 game to the time span of the previous sequence.
In my effort to link this Viking game with the time frame that those others took place in, I examined many sources of information and came up with the following-
The Vikings will be in Seattle, Washington to play the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle is home to many large companies. One of those companies is Boeing, which manufactures the Boeing Commercial Airliners. All four planes that were hijacked in the 9/11 attack were manufactured by Boeing.
The Seahawks Stadium is located in downtown Seattle, but I decided to take a close look at where Boeing manufactures its commercial aircraft. I discovered its aircraft are assembled in a manufacturing facility located in a Seattle suburb named Renton, about 11 miles outside of City Center.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes (BCA) is a division of the Boeing Company. It designs, assembles, markets, and sells jet airliners and business jets (Boeing Business Jets); it also provides product-related maintenance and training to customers worldwide. It operates from division headquarters in Renton, Washington; Renton straddles the southeast shore of Lake Washington, at the mouth of the Cedar River. As part of the ship canal project, the Cedar River was diverted into Lake Washington, and it is now the primary source of water for Lake Washington.
The Cedar River is 45 miles (72 km) long; it originates in the Cascade Range. Its upper watershed is a protected area called the Cedar River Watershed, which provides drinking water for the greater Seattle area.
In the Minneapolis neighborhood of Cedar Riverside, this past week, on Wednesday morning, November 27, a fire broke out on the 14th floor of a high rise building that has roughly 191 apartment units. The initial report stated that five people had died with three injured.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar issued a statement: “Heart-breaking loss today in Minneapolis. My deepest sympathy to those families who lost loved ones in this fire and my thoughts are with those recovering. Thank you for the swift and heroic action by firefighters and first responders who saved lives.”
And when I looked for other statements of sympathy from lawmakers who serve the residents of this 5th district, nothing for Omar appeared in either a Google search or on her Twitter page. This further underscores how little she CAIRS about people in her very own district. And especially since most of the victims were from Somalia.
So for some reason, the name Cedar River relates to the suburb of Seattle, and is a partial name of the neighborhood where Minnesota’s 5th district is located.
And as I am writing this, the following story just appeared as a news bulletin-
Washington coach Chris Petersen, 55, announced Monday that he will step down from his position with the Huskies after their bowl game and move into a “leadership advisory role” with the program. Defensive coordinator Jimmy Lake will take over as the team’s coach.
Now a news story from that state which contains both the words Washington and Lake, related to Cedar River above. It is not clear what this relationship is to our discussion above at the moment, but I will include this information in my analysis appearing in upcoming Blogs if relevant.