'Symbol of decay, uncleanness, plague,' says Harbinger author
1 World Trade Center welcomed its first major tenant, Conde Nast, in November along with some unwelcomed guests.
The New York tabloids are abuzz with the news.
Rats are taking over 1 Word Trade Center, the glitzy new office tower built at Ground Zero. They’re chewing through carpet, snacking on crumbs of food left on computer keyboards and generally terrorizing the building’s anchor tenant – publishing house Condé Nast.
Stories have chronicled the reactions of editors and writers with Vogue, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Allure, Teen, Self, GQ, Bon Appétit and New Yorker magazines, all of which have recently moved into or at least toured their new digs at what was supposed to be the city’s poshest new address.
Some might find humor in the thought of Vogue Editor Anna Wintour having to fight off a burly rodent to get to her morning coffee. Cream, sugar and a little vermin on the side, Anna?
But others have a decidedly more sober take on the stories coming out of the New York Post, New York Observer, the Daily News and other publications.
In fact, this news may be a signal, another “harbinger” of America’s decline as a result of turning its back on God and Judeo-Christian values, says Messianic Jewish Rabbi Jonathan Cahn.
“They have continued to manifest and unfold,” he said.
What does that mean?
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