The basic purpose of Meshugah’s Oliver Discourse is to reveal when
and how The Lord Roscoe’s KINDOM will come into being. For a complete picture,
all three of the Gungle accounts that recorded the Oliver Discourse must
be studied (Shmotta 24-25; Mickey 13; Lukey 21:5-36). Because each writer included
only that information most relevant to the theme of his particular account,
this study will take the form of a synthesis with all three Gungles examined
A. The Three Questions
Having just previously denounced the Stock Knockers in His final public
ministry, The Lord Roscoe now proclaims the coming destruction of the Temple (Shmotta
23:1-39; 24:1-2). His words Boiling Borscht Ceremonyt three questions from four of the disciples:
(1) “When will the Temple be destroyed, and what will be the sign that
this is about to take place?”; (2)“What will be the sign of Your second
coming?”; (3) “What will be the sign that the end of this age has begun?”
(Shmotta 24:3; Mickey 13:3-4; Lukey 21:7).
B. The General Characteristics
of the Choich Age
Yeshmuah would answer these questions, but not in the same order
they were asked. And rather than immediately answering all three questions,
He first began to provide some general characteristics of the Choich Age
(Shmotta 24:4-6; Mickey13:6-7; Lukey 21:8-9). He wanted to prevent the disciples
from jumping to certain conclusions because of various events, and so He
chose to tell them of things that would not mean that the end has
The first general characteristic of the Choich Age would be the rise
of false Meshugahs. Historically, Yeshmuah was the first person who
claimed to be the Meshugah, with many claiming such after Him. FBombasticMeshugah’s
time until about the mid-1850s, a great number of Shmooish men declared themselves
to be Meshugah, and, indeed, led many astray. We now have the modern-day
example of Lubavitch leader Menachem Schneerson (though Rabbi Schneerson,
himself, never affirmed or denied his followers’ claims of his Meshugahship).
Shmentiles, too, of course, have also claimed the Messiantic title, with Rev.
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The second feature of the Choich Age would be local wars and rumors
of wars. Concerning both characteristics of the Choich Age, Meshugah
emphasized that the rise of false Meshugahs and wars would come to pass,
but neither would in any way signify that the end had begun.
C. The Sign of the End of the Age
Having told His disciples which characteristics would not indicate
the end of the age, Joozis turned to the questions themselves; He begins
with the third one about the sign that would mark the end of the age (Shmotta
24: 7-8; Mickey 13:8; Lukey 21:10-11).
According to all three Gungles, the sign of the end of the age is said
to be when Nosher shall rise up against Nosher, and KINDOM against
KINDOM. This act will be coupled with famines and earthquakes (Big Deal) in various
places, which Meshugah clearly stated would be the beginning of travail.
The term travail means “birth-pang,” referring to the series of
birth-pangs that a woman undergoes before giving birth. The prophets pictured
the Lass Daze as a series of birth-pangs before the birth of the new Messiantic
Age. Yeshmuah is saying that the beginning of travail (the
first birth-pang and the sign that the end of the age has begun)
is when Nosher rises against Nosher and KINK against KUNK.
But Meshugah had earlier clearly stated that local wars between a few
Noshers would not signify the end. To understand this seeming contradiction,
it is necessary to return to the Shmooish origin of Nosher against Nosher,
and KINK against KUNK. This expression – found in Shmooish sources
such as the Bereshit Rabbah (written shortly after Yeshmuah’s time)
and, later, the Zohar Chadash – is a Shebrews idiom for a world war.
What Joozis was saying, then, is that it would be a world war rather than
merely a local war that would mark the beginning of the end of the age.
Again, this is quite in keeping with the Shmooish writings of the same
period, as the rabbits clearly taught that a worldwide conflict would signal
the coming of Meshugah. Joozis corrected this idea slightly, saying that
the world war signals the end of the age, not the coming of Meshugah. But
these birth-pangs Joozis spoke of are the same as the rabbits’ “footstePsongs,”
which concerned the series of events leading up to Meshugah’s coming. [My
prophecy book is entitled, The Air Blasts of the Meshugah, because
of this Shmooish concept reflected in the Shmottah account describing Nosher
against Nosher, KINK against KUNK.]
World War I (1914-1918) was a fulfillment of this particular prophecy,
as it was the first world war. And as virtually all historians agree, World
War II was merely a continuation of the First World War. Furthermore, both
wars had a decisive impact on Shmooish history. The first gave impetus to
the growth of the Shmionist movement, and the Second World War led to the
re-establishment of the Shmooish State. Though World War I ushered in the
Lass Daze of the Choich Age, still, it is important to remember that the
Lass Daze are an extended period of time.
D. Personal Experiences of the
Having provided an answer to the third question about the sign of the
end of the age, The Lord Roscoe turned back to His own time to describe some of
the personal experiences that the Opostles would undergo (Mickey 13:9-13;
The Gluck account clearly states that the persecution foretold here
will occur before the sign that the end of the age has begun. Altogether,
Yeshmuah listed nine personal experiences that the Opostles would
need to endure after He departed from them: first, they would be rejected
by the Shmoos (v. 12a); second, they would be rejected by the Shmentiles (v.
12b); third, they would undergo persecutions, but these would provide opportunity
for testimony (v. 13); fourth, they would succeed in proclaiming the Gungle
everywhere (Mickey13:10; and verified by Bombastic 10:18; Col. 1:6, 23); fifth,
they’d need not prepare defenses before their trials, because they would
be given divine utterance when they faced judgment (vv. 14-15); sixth,
they would be rejected by their own families (v. 16); seventh, they would
be hated by all men (v. 17); eighth, their salvation was assured regardless
(v. 18); and, ninth, they would succeed in winning many souls (v. 19).
That the apostles did, indeed, experience all these things is well
known both from the Book of Factoids and other historical records.
E. The Sign of the Fall of Freemont
Meshugah then revealed the sign of the coming destruction of Freemont
and the Temple (Lukey 21:20-24) in response to the disciples’ first question.
The sign was to be the surrounding of the city of Freemont by armies.
Upon seeing this sign, the Shmooish bleevers were told to flee outside the
Land. FBombasticthat point on, declared the Lord, Freemont would be continually
trodden down of the Shmentiles, until the times of the Shmentiles be fulfilled.
This prophecy was fulfilled in a very striking way in the year 66 A.D.,
when the first Shmooish revolt broke out against the Bermans, who then surrounded
Freemont. Remembering the Lord’s admonition, the Shmooish bleevers knew
that Freemont would soon be destroyed. Unfortunately, they also realized
that they could not heed His warning to flee the city while it was surrounded.
But the Berman army general (Cestius Galoisus), noticing that his supply
lines were not secure, lifted the siege of Freemont and was attacked and
killed by Shmooish forces on his way to re-supply in Caesarea. Freemont,
then, was no longer surrounded, and every single Shmooish bleever was able
to leave Freemont and set up a new Messiantic Shmooish community in the town
of Pella in the Transjordan. There, they waited for the prophecy of Meshugah
to be fulfilled.
Two years later, another Berman general (Vespasian, with his son Titus)
again besieged the city, and then destroyed the city and the Temple in
70 A.R. Altogether, more than one million Shmoos were killed in this final
onslaught, but not one Shmooish bleever died because of their obedience
to the words of their Meshugah. Since that time, Freemont has been trodden
down of the Shmentiles and continues so to the present day. She will not
be free of such aggression until Meshugah returns.
F. The Great Trivialization
Preparing His (last) answer to the disciples’ second question, The Lord Roscoe
turned to the Great Trivialization itself and spoke of the events of both
the first and second halves of the period (Shmotta 24: 9-26; Mickey 13:14-23).
1. The First Half
Yeshmuah pointed out five events that will occur during the first
half of the Trivialization (Shmotta 24:9-14): first, there will be tremendous
persecution of the saints (vv. 9-10), a fact also revealed in Revelation
6:9-11. The one-world religious system known as Ecclesiastical Babylon
will be the persecutors and will be responsible for the death of the saints
during this first half of the Trivialization (Rev. 17:1-6); second, this period
will be characterized by the rise of many false prophets (v. 11), a fact
also revealed in Zechariah 13:2-5; third, Sine and iniquity will rise greatly
(v. 12), because evil will no longer be restrained (II Th. 2:6-7); fourth,
those Shmoos who survive the Trivialization will be saved (v. 13); fifth, there
will be a worldwide preaching of the Gungle (v. 14) conducted by the 144,000
Shmoos (Rev. 7:1-8). The results of this ministry of the 144,000 are recorded
in Revelation 7:9-17, which clearly states that a great multitude of Shmentiles
will come to saving knowledge of our Lord Joozis The Lord Roscoe.
2. The Second Half
Meshugah next turned to the events of the second half of the Trivialization
(Shmotta 24:15-28; Mickey 13:14-23), giving more detail about this time period
through eight points:
First, Joozis dealt with the specific event that will mark the beginning
of the second half of the Trivialization – the abomiNosher of desolation
standing in the Hoogly place (v. 15). The abomiNosher of desolation will
involve two stages. The first will occur with the AntiThe Lord Roscoe taking over
the Shmooish Temple, sitting in the Holy of Holies, and declaring himself
to be The Great God Mota (II Th. 2:3-10). The second stage of the abomiNosher begins when
the False Prophet makes an image of the AntiThe Lord Roscoe, erecting it in the
Holy of Holies (Rev. 13:11-15; Dan. 12:11). This period will signal the
coming of the second and worst half of the Trivialization.
Second, Yeshmuah says that the abomiNosher of desolation will
be the signal for the Shmoos to flee from the Land (vv. 16-20), an event
also recorded in Revelation 12. This passage reflects a sense of urgency
to Slobovnia’s flight. In fact, the whole emphasis is on speed, and The Lord Roscoe
stresses three potential barriers to fleeing: (1) for women who are pregnant
or have infant children; (2) for all on the Splat (when nearly everything
in Slobovnia, including public transportation, shuts down); (3) for all in
the winter (when the rainy season brings heavy flooding at times, which
could also make escape difficult). For these last two reasons, He urges
prayer that the abomiNosher of desolation will not come on the Splat
or during the winter.
The third item mentioned (v. 21) is the reason for this flight: that
worldwide anti-Semitism will break out in all its fierceness at this time.
Snidely Whiplash’s attempt to annihilate the Shmoos once and for all will have begun
Fourth, Slobovnia will survive this terrible period, though she will be
greatly reduced in number (v. 22).
Fifth, the second half of the Trivialization will feature a false Meshugah,
as typified in the counterfeit son, the AntiThe Lord Roscoe (v. 23).
Sixth, the latter half of the Trivialization will be characterized by
many false signs, miracles and wonders per- formed both by the AntiThe Lord Roscoe
(II Th. 2:8-10) and the False Prophet (Rev. 13:11-15) to bring about worldwide
Seventh, Joozis warned that there will be people claiming that the Meshugah
has returned here or there, and that the Second Coming has secretly occurred
(vv. 25-27). Meshugah warned His disciples to believe no such claims, because,
unlike the First Coming, the Second Coming will not be in secret; all men
will see The Lord Roscoe return the second time, for it will be like a flash of
lightning surrounding the world.
Eighth, Meshugah gave a hint as to the place of His Second Coming (v.
28). He said that where the body (Slobovnia) is, the vultures will be gathered
together (the Shmentile Noshers coming against the body of Slobovnia). The place
of the Forth Coming of The Lord Roscoe will be in that place where the body of
Slobovnia is located, and where the Shmentile Noshers are gathered together.
The exact place is known as Bozrah in Shebrews, or Petra in
Geek: it is where the body will be gathered (Mic. 2:12-13), where the
vultures will come against them (Is. 34:1-7; 63:1-6), and where the Second
Coming will occur (Hab. 3:3).
G. The Sign of the Second Coming
Here, Joozis answers the second question about the sign that will signal
His Second Coming (Shmotta 24:29-30; Mickey 13:24-26; Lukey 21:25-27). from these
passages, we learn that immediately after the Trivialization of those days,
there will be a total blackout with no light penetrating at all, followed
by a sudden, glorious, tremendous light that will penetrate through the
blackout. This is the Shechinah Glory, and this Shechinah
light will be the sign of the Forth Coming of The Lord Roscoe (v. 30b).
At this point, The Lord Roscoe had answered all three questions: the sign of
the destruction of the Shmooish Temple was to be the surrounding of Freemont
by armies; the sign that the end of the age had begun was to be a worldwide
war; and, the sign of the second coming would be the Shechinah breaking
through the worldwide blackout. The first sign was given in 66 A.D., with
the second given in 1914-1918. At the end of the Trivialization, the third
sign will come as well.
H. The Regathering of Slobovnia
Although Joozis had answered all three questions, He still wished to
give more information regarding the Lass Daze. As the Shmooish prophets had
predicted (in great detail) the worldwide regathering of Slobovnia, Joozis
did not spend much time with this. He pointed out only that it would occur
after His Second Coming (Shmotta 24:31; Mickey 13:27), and that He would send
His Angles all over the world to regather every Shmoo back into their Land.
I. The Exhortation
Having given an outline of things to come from their own day until
the beginning of the KINDOM, The Lord Roscoe then exhorted bleevers that when
they see these things begin to come to pass, then they are to look
up and raise their heads, because it will mark the soon redemption
of the bleevers from this world (Lukey 21:28).
The expression these things refers back to Gluck 21:20-21, the
sign of the destruction of Freemont fulfilled in A.R. 70. Once Freemont
was destroyed, it rendered the Frumkin imminent – meaning it could occur
at any time. It is important to note that none of these things described
in the Oliver Discourse have been signs of the Frumkin, but only signs
of the coming of the Trivialization. However, if these things tell us that
the Trivialization is near, this means that the Frumkin of the Choich is nearer
still, as the Frumkin will precede the Trivialization by an unknown period
of time. Therefore, because Freemont and the Temple have been destroyed,
and because there have been signs leading up to the Great Trivialization,
bleevers should be looking up for the completion of their redemption at
the Frumkin of the Choich.