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Just like Yahweh (God in Hebrew) parted the Red Sea for the Israelites fleeing pharaoh's armies and provided His freed chosen people nutritional manna on a daily basis, there is a HUGE hope for all unvaccinated peoples.

"Teach them to obey everything that I have told you. You can be sure that I will be with you always. I will continue with you until the end of the world."

—Matthew 28:20

Just like in Hitler's concentration camps, all of humankind will be separated into only 2 distinct caste systems:

1) The passport 5 times vaccinated people that will experience a slow death while flying, shopping, vacationing, cruising, enjoying amusement parks, dining-out, etc.

2) The non-vaccinated that will be forced into work camps and be denied all human rights and privileges.

As depicted in the Academy Award winning movie (11) NOMADLAND | Official Trailer | Searchlight Pictures - YouTube there is a means to stay outside of The 1 World Order society and live within a community of like-minded people ~ creating Kibbutzim (plural of Kibbutz).

A New Testament Sage, Christian Westbrook's documentary on the confluence of 3 major global economic disasters, details the seriousness of what is REALLY happening RIGHT NOW @ lightning speed:

More then 90 years ago the first Kibbutz (from the Hebrew word kvutza ~ meaning group), was established.

It was a revolutionary idea of a voluntary society in which people live in accordance with a specific social contract, based on egalitarian and communal principles in a social and economic framework.

The main characteristics of Kibbutz life were established in adherence to collectivism in property alongside a cooperative character in the spheres of education, culture and social life.

With this came the understanding that the Kibbutz member is part of a unit that is larger then just his own family.

The Kibbutz is governed by a system of direct participatory democracy, where the individual can directly influence issues and events in the community.

In this mostly self sufficient community, the collective as well as the work ethic play a major role.

Although encompassing only 3% of Israeli society, the Kibbutzim have made a SIGNIFICANT impact on Israeli culture and ideology ~ especially in agricultural production.

Today, the Kibbutz movement is undergoing a process of change. Some aspects that in the past were included in the public domain are now under the care and responsibility of each member and his or her family.

The number of members in a Kibbutz can range from 100 to 1000.

In older Kibbutzim, members often include three and even four generations, comprising the founders and their successors; as well as members who have joined the Kibbutz over the years, including a significant number of new immigrants.

Today there are approximately 250 Kibbutzim in the country, where about 125,000 people live.

The majority of Kibbutzim are secular, but there are about twenty religious Kibbutzim, as well as Kibbutzim connected to both the Conservative and Reform streams.

Part of the ideology of Kibbutzim has always been the good of the collective and a strong involvement and ideological belief in the social issues and agenda of the country.

Megiddo is a kibbutz in northern Israel built in 1949 on the site of the depopulated Arab village of Lajjun.

Located in the Jezreel Valley, in 2019 it had a population of 847.