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Messianic Lifestyle Directories is a very large organization of messianic followers of the
Torah and Yeshua the Jewish Messiah. It has a directory of associated websites. Mark
Smith is the CEO of its growing Radio Broadcasts and media base. Susan Hooge in
Vancouver BC is one of Mark's producers and very kindly invited me to talk about my
Torah life and website on her show. It is in two parts and below, is the first of two
interviews that I did with Susan in June 2012. There is both a link to her web page and of
the downloaded file. There is going to be a rename of the organization in September
2012 when they will be known as Lamb Radio. A second interview with Susan has now
been done and may be published around the same time so watch this space


Foreword by Susan Hooge; This episode is going inter-continental with guest George
Hobbs who is a Torah scholar living in England. George gives a fantastic view of world
events from the eyes of someone who has front row seats to the building and
manifestation of Biblical prophecy.  He is a former member of the Royalty Protection
group assigned to Prince Charles prior to his transition to a Torah lifestyle.  As he studied
Torah and discovered the prophecies intertwined throughout scripture, he could see the
foundations of these prophecies being laid with the events taking place in the E.U., and
more especially, the Western European Union. George reveals an astonishing document
he found in the Western European Union’s website (doc. #C/1720) which outlines a
seven year ‘Neighbourhood Agreement’ between Israel and the EU that began on
January, 2007 and will end on December 31, 2013.  Within this document is a
Recommendation 666 that outlines the need for Israel to return to the 1967 borders
(which Israel is currently and rightfully ignoring).  Not only that, but George also
discusses the unique perspective he has about Zionism and that we must be watchful
for any types of false parallels.  Visit his website at www.georgehobbs.net.  by Susan
Hooge