Gino (10 June 2018)
"RE: Jim: 06.02.18: rapture 2018"

That article asked the question, "But, who is the Dragon?"
It never came out and answered the question directly.
Rather, it kind of led the readers into answering it by themselves.
It seemed that the article directed the readers towards prince William.
It then when on to talk about the Rothchild bankers.
I had three questions:
1) Why didn't the author answer the question directly?
2) If prince William is supposed to be the dragon, then how does the author figure that the following scripture is so incorrect?
Revelation 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.
3) Few countries in history have rarely been able to embark on extensive building projects, or fight protracted wars, without some financing.
No doubt this had been true for the UK as well.
So which bank, then, would the author had preferred that they finance through?
Clearly the author viewed using the Rothchild bankers as lenders as a very negative thing.
What are the names of the bankers or lenders do you think that the author would have rather seen used?