Sunday, September 29, 2013

Sunday In The News: Paving The Road To The Tribulation - Attempts To Destroy The U.S. And Israel

One common denominator in the news, to the discerning eye - is the continual efforts to destroy the U.S. (at least the U.S. as we knew it) and Israel. Reflect on that for a minute. What was once primarily a Christian nation who upheld freedom on a world-wide basis, and Israel which was formed as a nation "in a day" just as the prophet Isaiah foretold and a nation that gave Jews a safe place to live a free life - both need to be taken down if you are interested in a world-government without any ties to the God of the Bible. 

And indeed that is what we are seeing on a daily basis. Attempts to destroy the U.S. and Israel. If you look beyond the headlines and see what is really going on, this fact becomes quite obvious. And who would be behind such an agenda? And why? Give that some thought. It gives great insight into the type of world government is desired by those in power. And this desired world government can only be put in place without the traditional U.S. and Israel in existence. 

If you do a little digging, you find that others are seeing this scenario playing out:

America is a captured operation, captured from within. Time is too short to mince words or to fear the ridiculous accusations of “doom porn,” made either by the factually challenged or some paid, professional government trolls (see DHS Insider article by this author, later verified in the media) describing what you are about to read.

To be clear, I asked about their end-game objective.

“The takedown of America as a viable global power, economically and militarily. They are counting on people’s attention being diverted to political theater, which is exactly what’s happening right now with the budget showdown. But no one is looking beyond the stage act and if they are, very few are understanding what they are seeing. They are thinking too small and are still clinging to the right-left paradigm of political theater,” he stated.

The objective is to create a new global economic and power structure by removing the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency. By making the U.S. subservient to a global power structure. Why isn’t anyone in the media talking about this? Because they are complicit. Why aren’t the majority of those in the ‘alternative media’ talking about this? Because they are not looking at the bigger picture. The lie is bigger than they realize.”

At this point, I informed my intelligence source about my conversation hours before with a financial insider who uses the internet pen-name “V, The Guerrilla Economist.” This financial insider has a near perfect record of accurate financial predictions as documented by his multiple disclosures on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report, from the Bank of Japan through, most recently, Deutsche Bank. In addition to being a regular guest on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report, he recently founded the website Rogue Money and appeared on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory last week. He was emphatic about the current liquidity crisis in the U.S. 

“We’re broke, bankrupt, and not by accident, but by design.” he stated. “While some 18,000-plus Yankee fans who incredibly stood in line for hours last week to stake their claim to some cheap and meaningless plastic bobble-head of a retiring sports figure, their country and their pensions and retirement accounts are about to be looted. Sadly, this is the prevailing mentality that is allowing the power brokers and the complicit media to do what they will. But it’s even bigger. A perfect military, economic and political storm is brewing.”

“Thanks to the policies of the Federal Reserve and this regime of economic psychopaths, the U.S. is in very deep financial trouble. Yet, you have politicians and talking heads on the news telling everyone that everything is okay. It’s far from okay, and we’ll be experiencing the same that is happening in Europe, with bank runs and bank holidays, in addition to the looting of our pensions and retirement accounts. It’s just a matter of when, not if.”  He also added that it is obvious that the plan is a single global currency, a one world economy. And with that comes a one world power structure to oversee this new world financial order.

Looking at the larger picture, we are at the precipice of an economic collapse that will make the Great Depression look like a holiday at “Club Med,” compliments of the elite membership within “Club Fed.” “Club Fed” is populated by both democrats and republicans, progressives and conservatives, those elected and others appointed, all rabidly pining for a new world economic order. It is an incestuous group of international and domestic families consumed and propelled by greed and power who have been at this for decades, even generations.

As a result of their insatiable greed and lust for power and control, we are about to experience the pain of a world-wide crash and economic depression that will leave no one untouched. Moreover, it has been planned, awaiting the “perfect storm” to be formed. The last few isobars have been drawn on the map of devastation, and we are now in a short and deceptive calm before this storm hits us like a freight train.

Iran has already announced that it will not give up its quest for nuclear capability.  It has invested far too much; it has a huge supporting infrastructure and a large set of international technology feeders, as well as a strongly ingrained belief that it is entitled.  President Obama doesn't entirely disagree, saying it is "weapons," not "capabilities" that he forbids, insofar as he can forbid anything.  But as enrichment continues and Iran's missile program continues, the space between nuclear capability and nuclear weapons capability shrinks.  Iran is closing in on what Israel called "the zone of immunity," the point at which Iran no longer needs outside assistance to pursue its nuclear goals.

The first country likely to react to Iran's nuclear progress and America's regional diminution is Saudi Arabia, presently locked in a proxy battle with Iran in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.  Sunni and virulently opposed to Shi'ite Iran, the Saudis will do everything they can to acquire nuclear weapons.  Expect them to hook up with countries that already have nuclear know-how.  After all, if Pakistan could get nuclear support from corrupt European governments and predatory companies, and Iran gets similar support, why not Saudi Arabia?  Thanks to "diplomacy," the chances of American military intervention against Iran have gone to zero, and of Israeli intervention nearly to zero, leaving the Saudis on their own.  While Saudi Arabia is still more likely to trust Israel than to put any faith in the United States, if it is to survive, it has to have a counterpunch.

Other American dependencies are also reading the tea leaves.  Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Oman all fear Iranian hegemony.  If the U.S. is not going to defend its vital Middle Eastern interests, and has recklessly abandoned a large and important client such as Egypt, how can smaller states and sheikdoms expect the United States to guarantee their security?  Oddly enough, American pressure on Israel at the behest of the Palestinians also makes the Gulf States nervous.  If the U.S. won't protect its political, social, and religious ally, Israel, how can states with essentially only a shared interest in oil claim American attention?

Any country that wants to survive will have to figure out how to do it on its own, or expect that its days will be numbered.
Farther east, Afghanistan will fall to the Taliban, and fairly soon.  The Afghan government is engaged "peace talks" while the Taliban continues to attack both government and allied installations.  Without Western troops and money to prop up President Karzai in Kabul, he is on his way out, whether he like it or not.  Iraq, which is fissured, may explode in a new civil war unless a new dictator emerges and the Iraqi army is strong enough to beat back its "enemies."  In Syria, Assad will likely hold a third or more of the country, and the rest will remain in chaos.  He will keep his chemical arsenal.
In Asia there will be some surprises.  The United States sees China -- like Russia -- as a superpower competitor in economic and military terms.  But China, like Iran, operates not only at the level of superpower confrontation.  China, like Russia, has a "near abroad."  Its regional interests are the capture of resources in the Western Pacific and the ouster of the United States from its "backyard," as Iran hopes to oust American from the Persian Gulf.  China has begun to build on a disputed shoal in Philippine-claimed waters.  Manila hopes the U.S. will deter China's sprawl in the region, but with the U.S. Navyshrinking, additional resources and a firm posture from the U.S. are unlikely.  With that, democratic Taiwan may be forced by circumstances to make a final deal with the mainland and end its independent journey.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, when he meets Barack Obama on Monday, will present the US president with an intelligence report asserting that Iran has amassed enough enriched uranium to produce a nuclear weapon, according to Britain’s Sunday Times. Netanyahu on Saturday night flew out for a four-day visit to the United States, vowing to expose “the truth” in the wake of Iranian President Hasan Rouhani’s recent overtures to the United States.

The dossier also states that Iran is developing a nuclear detonator at the Parchin site and conducting ongoing tests of the Shahab-3 ballistic missile, while producing plutonium at another site, Arak, the report said. “Iran has been making considerable progress with its nuclear program since June, when Rouhani was elected,” according to a source that the Times said was privy to the content of the intelligence report.
Israeli media reportsover the weekend quoted sources in the Israeli government as saying that Iran was only a few months away from possessing enough enriched uranium for a bomb, with one report going so far as to state that Tehran had already produced at least one such weapon.

The prime minister has said he regards Iran’s recent outreach as a “smokescreen” designed to “fool” the West while the regime advances toward a nuclear weapons capability. He has set out conditions that he wants the international community to maintain before any lessening of economic sanctions.

The conventional wisdom held that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the disheveled, Holocaust-denying, homophobic Iranian president, was the best asset of those, led by Israel, who were warning against the dangers posed by the Islamic Republic’s global ambitions.

In truth, Rouhani, like Ahmadinejad before him, represents only what the regime wishes him to represent. He serves as president at the supreme leader’s discretion, one of just half a dozen candidates given permission to run in June’s election by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. He was perceived as the most reform-minded candidate, and as such his victory does say something about the mindset of the Iranian electorate. But that mindset was never in much doubt; even before 2009′s brutally crushed mini-outburst of public protest, tens of millions of ordinary Iranians were widely understood to have become alienated by the repressive excesses of the regime.

Khamenei’s advancement of Rouhani, however, is looking increasingly like a masterstroke. Whether the supreme leader had this all mapped out, anticipating that Rouhani would first capture the people’s vote at home, and then sally forth to such spectacular effect overseas, or whether he has been pleasantly surprised by Rouhani’s capacity to so rapidly remake the Islamic Republic’s international image without a single substantive concession on the nuclear front, the result has surely exceeded even his most optimistic visions.

As a consequence, Khamenei is likely to give Rouhani additional leeway on the international stage, while perhaps allowing a little well-controlled opposition to flare publicly at home — a few more shoes at the airport – the better to remind world leaders of the ostensible fragility of Rouhani’s position, and thus of the ostensible imperative to act quickly and cut a deal with this improbable Sheikh Moderate before he vanishes as quickly as he appeared.

The growing concern, amid the drama that has unfolded in the less than a week since Rouhani delivered his debut address to the UN General Assembly, is that international leaders will allow themselves to be entirely seduced by Rouhani’s one-man Iran-really-loves-you show. The battle to thwart Iran’s drive to nuclear weapons is not yet lost, but it surely will be if economic pressure is lifted from the Islamic Republic irresponsibly — in the absence, that is, of verifiable arrangements to ensure that Iran does not retain the means and the material to accelerate to nuclear weapons within months.
That, after all, is what Rouhani was dispatched to the United States to set in motion: negotiations that would ease sanctions while freezing the rogue nuclear program where it is today, with Iran having mastered all the technology and mustered much of the material necessary for a rapid breakout to the bomb.
If, however, the West melts in the warmth of a duplicitous Rouhani embrace, if the threat of military intervention is further weakened and economic pressure eased without the regime being rendered incapable of speeding to the bomb, Iran will have thoroughly outsmarted the West. It will have outmaneuvered a free world so wary and weary of defending itself, so willfully blinded, as to allow its most dangerous enemy the most dangerous weapon.

Western military sources predict an upsurge of tension this week along Israel’s borders with Syria and Lebanon. Moscow, Tehran and Damascus may be planning to embarrass Binyamin Netanyahu when he sits down with President Barack Obama at the White house Monday, Sept. 30, and addresses the UN General Assembly the next day, Oct. 1.

They see an opportunity to push Israel further out in the cold after the Obama administration’s brush-off in his rush to pursue relations with Tehran. Israel is seen as hitting a weak streak as a result of Washington’s cold shoulder and its own lack of military impetus as Netanyahu arrives in America to present Israel’s case to the US President and the international community.
Those sources therefore predict that Russian, Iranian and Syrian strategists may be planning to goad Israel into an ill-judged and badly-timed military response at this moment. They can then fit the Netanyahu government into the frame of the neighborhood warmonger and disrupter of the hopeful US-Russian partnership for solving the Iranian and Syrian chemical weapons issues by diplomacy.
All that needs to be done is to place a shipment of advanced or chemical weapons on the road from Syria to Hizballah in Lebanon to draw forth an Israeli air strike and start a blaze in a highly explosive sector.
The world would then turn round and say that Iran’s president Hassan Rouhani was correct when he defamed Israel in New York last week as the sole cause of Middle East wars in the last 40 years – without encountering a single dissenting voice in America – and the only nation in possession of weapons of mass destruction.

President Obama stated last Friday, Sept. 27,  that he informed  America’s allies, including Israel, of his landmark phone call to Rouhani, the truth is that he has kept Jerusalem in the dark on the contacts he initiated on the Iranian and Syrian issues, although Israel is most vitally affected.

As Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was en route to New York to address the UN General Assembly, Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee chairman Avigdor Liberman warned that Iran's recent "appeasement attack" was merely a trick to buy time for its continued development of nuclear weapons.
Liberman's comments came after US President Barack Obama spoke with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on Friday, signaling a thaw in relations between the countries, which Israel fears will lead to decreased international pressure on Iran over its disputed nuclear program.
As he boarded his plane to the US with his wife Sara overnight Saturday, Netanyahu said that he would "represent the citizens of Israel, our national interests, our rights as a people, our perseverance to defend ourselves and our hope for peace."
When asked about Rouhani's efforts to speed diplomacy in an efforts to secure a deal that would lessen international sanctions on Iran, Netanyahu said, "I will tell the truth. In the face of the lip service, the smile attack, we need to state facts, to tell the truth. I think that telling the truth today, is essential to the peace and security of the world, and of course, essential to the security of our state."

Liberman took to his Facebook page Sunday morning warning that Rouhani's efforts to put forth a moderate face were part of a "pattern of deception" that the Iranians have employed throughout the years.
"With different tactics of playing for time and providing false information to the international community time after time, they have continued to advance toward the goal that they have set for themselves: obtaining a nuclear weapon meant to threaten the peace of the world."
The Yisrael Beytenu leader said Rouhani's overtures were "just another deceptive trick," such as those employed by North Korea to develop a nuclear weapon in the face of international scrutiny.

That success is shown by the fact that a considerable proportion of the European population accepts the Palestinian propaganda that Israel is conducting a war of extermination against the Palestinians, in spite of the reiteration of Palestinian leaders of their determination to eliminate the State of Israel. Israel, the only liberal democracy in the Middle East, is held responsible for the problems not only of the area but for those in the world in general.
In contrast, the Palestinians present themselves as helpless, blameless individuals who have been the victims of Israeli brutality and colonialism. This presentation has been advanced in a number of ways but most successfully by three devices: using Palestinian children to assert Israeli brutality; staging and falsifying events, sometimes in collusion with sympathetic Western journalists, to portray Palestinians as innocent victims and Israelis as cruel oppressors; and by distorting the historical and political chronicle of Jews and Arabs.

Faking news has become a Palestinian cottage industry. A familiar aphorism is that a picture is worth more than a thousand words. The most diabolic aspect of Palestinian propaganda is its use or rather abuse of children by using them as stage props. Palestinians have been adept at that, often using photos of injured or dead children who supposedly have been killed by Israeli fire. The international Western media has often been eager or induced to use the photos, often recycled, of the dead or suffering children, thus seeking compassion for Palestinians and demonizing Israel at the same time. The compliant media and the compassionate public ignore the reality and the irony that some of these children had been injured or killed by rockets fired by Hamas that had been aimed at Israeli civilians.

The most well known use of children was the incident of the supposed death on September 2000 of Mohammed al-Durah, a 12-year-old Palestinian boy allegedly killed by Israeli fire. The "targets of Israeli fire," emotional documentary footage of the scene with the boy and his father supposedly endangered by Israeli fire was narrated by a French reporter, Charles Enderlin, who had not been there, but who apparently accepted the Palestinian version of events. The acceptance and reporting of the story by the international media provoked anti-Israeli riots.
Yet the story was false; it was a hoax with fake photos devised by a Palestinian propagandist, as Richard Landes and others have explained. If al-Durah had been killed, which is in doubt, it was by Palestinian not Israeli fire. However, the image of the boy was used throughout the Western as well as the Muslim world to depict Israel engaged in criminality, equivalent to that of Nazi Germany.

Another false photo story, this one published by Reuters news agency in 2006, was of a young Palestinian girl killed during an air strike in Gaza in operation "Pillar of Defense." The reality was that the girl had died as a result of falling off a swing.
The distorted Palestinian chronicle of history and events has become all too familiar.

The anti-Israeli propaganda campaign has focused on a number of false charges. Zionism, the Jewish national movement, and therefore Israel is characterized as colonialism and oppressive. Israel is a racist country responsible for the plight of Palestinians in general, and for the problem of Palestinian refugees in particular. Israel has usurped the rights, land and natural resources of Palestinians, and destroyed Islamic holy places. Israel has conducted massacres in Jenin and Nablus, poisoned children, spread drug use, and committed war crimes.
The propaganda campaign continues with presentation of false charges and the reiteration of the fallacious Palestinian narrative of victimhood. The campaign has and may continue to achieve some acceptance by some in the international community, but if it is not confronted with exposition of its pernicious character, its harmful impact and lack of validity the battle for a peaceful settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict will be lost.

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Alice said...

Scott and everyone, here's a little tidbit on our leftist media covering for Rouhani.

Unbelievable! Yet... sadly, believable...

Does anyone except the alternative media even know this happened?!?

Unknown said...

I have done my share of homework on the Muslims. This is really scary stuff. I knows all of this is true. I have talked to brothers and sisters in Christ about these very things. I feel as if most all are in a deep sleep. They look at me in a stupor. It is real and it is happening. Obama has Muslims in the government. One is in charge if homeland security. Oh my, I pray and cry for America to wake up. How can Mr. Netanyahu even trust Obama? This is all so sad! It is so unbelievable. May God help us to be strong and of good courage. We need to keep Jesus's words in our hearts and mind at all times. This is the only way to make it. We are to trust in him, and to put on the whole armour of God every day. Jesus is trying to prepare us. I believe he is coming any second. Praises be to our Lordand Saviour Jesus Christ. Pray for one another!
God bless, and Maranatha!

PS...Let us all remember Mr. Netanyahu in prayer.