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President Obama Promises Men The Ability To Escape The GENERAL JUDGEMENT By Colonizing MARS!

Stuff Left On Mars That Has To Be Brought Back To Earth In Order To Burn Up In The Fire Of The Final Conflagration!
Obama climbs on board the space escape.

Obama promises men that they will escape the GENERAL JUDGEMENT by colonizing MARS
We're going to Mars: Obama announces the U.S. aims to send people to the red planet by the 2030s - and Nasa bosses say work has already started on their 'deep space habitats'  
 U.S. President Barack Obama has vowed to help send people to Mars within the next 15 years - and says more than 1,000 private firms will help them get there. In an opinion piece for CNN, the president revealed his goals for space exploration in the foreseeable future, including a manned mission to the red planet by the 2030s and a safe return trip to Earth, along with the ‘ultimate ambition’ of a long-term stay. Obama said that the U.S. government would be partnering with private companies to 'to build new habitats that can sustain and transport astronauts on long-duration missions in deep space.' Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>>
Here's the funny part - God is not mocked. God will not allow men to colonize Mars or anywhere else in space.

If any space ship is shot into space to colonize Mars etc. it will eventually be brought back by the agency of the Angels, in some dramatic fashion - scaring the lot of you.

So watch for bizarre events leading up to the first Mars mission.


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