Friday, November 15, 2013

'There Will Be War'

It is always interesting when the 'mainstream' news collide with the prophetic scriptures. Yes indeed, there most certainly be war in the Middle East and it is coming sooner than most people think.

What was going through the President's head when he eased up on sanctions on Iran?  The only reason Iran was willing to talk was because Iran was breaking.  He should have held his ground.
Anyone who saw Netanyahu the other day decrying Obama's rapprochement with Iran saw an Israeli leader who was fueled by rage, bordering on a breakdown.  One thing is clear: Netanyahu will not let Iran get nukes.  In the past, it has been made clear that Israel will take down the Mideast with her rather than go quietly to defeat.

Israel will go it alone again if she has to.  With U.S. aid, there may be no need for Israel to use her nukes against Iran.  Without U.S. assistance, Israel will have to use tactical nukes.
Doesn't anyone in the State Department realize this?
Many think Obama can link Iran to a two-state solution: put pressure on Israel to make concessions.  More likely, Israel will tell the State Department to get lost.  The Israelis will attack  Iran alone, and to hell with the Palestinians.  If a world war starts, so be it.  Israel will take down the whole Mideast with her before she surrenders Judea and Samaria.
This is not right or wrong per se.  This is simple fact.

If Obama thinks Netanyahu will surrender an inch of Judea and Samaria -- what he considers the heart of Israel -- because the State Department pressures him with Iran, then Obama is clueless.

The Arabs, of course, are irrational.  They do not need much of an excuse to get violent... but our State Department ignores that.  We persuaded Israel to allow free elections in Gaza, and we were surprised when Hamas won.

Yet our State Department continues to pressure Israel to make concessions, which have never born fruit from either party.
Have the Arabs calmed down?  Has Hamas stopped firing rockets?  Have terrorist attacks stopped?
Have the Israelis stopped building Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria?  Have the Israelis stopped housing demolitions in the eastern half of Jerusalem?  Did they bend to pressure and stop the wall?  How often does Israel prosecute violent Jewish settlers?

 Eighty percent of Israel's population leaves in the small coastal strip between Tel Aviv and Haifa.  It would be suicidal to give the Palestinians a state.

So now our president thinks he can pressure Netanyahu.
In 1938, after Britain and France abandoned the Czechs, the Czech Army could still have made a good fight of it.  Czechoslovakia had the Skoda armaments complex under her control.  She might have won.  Instead, Czechoslovakia chose not to fight; she was conquered, and the Skoda complex went on to produce over half of Germany's tanks.
Israel is not Czechoslovakia.  She will fight.
If that fight comes, not only will Iran be hammered, but there may be a general war, with massive loss of Palestinian life.
One does not have to agree with everything Israel does to know that President Obama acted unwisely. 
If President Obama does not back off the two-state solution, and re-institute full sanctions against Iran, there will be war.
One thing is clear.  Israel will not budge.

Iran has decelerated its rate of uranium enrichment because it already possesses the basic infrastructure for producing a nuclear weapon, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday.
Responding to an International Atomic Energy Agency report claiming that Iran had substantially cut uranium enrichment since the election of President Hassan Rouhani last June, Netanyahu said he was “not impressed,” and that Iran still strives to acquire nuclear weapons.

“Iran is not expanding its nuclear program because it already has the foundations needed for nuclear weapons,” the prime minister said. “The question is not whether they are expanding the program, but how to stop the Iranian military nuclear program.”

“Some people argue that if a deal is not reached with Iran, Iran will run away from negotiations,” he said. “I have news for you — they will not run away, it is the deal of their dreams.”
“I promise, Israel will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons,” he concluded.
“There are not just two possibilities on the Iranian issue: A bad deal — or war. This is incorrect,” Netanyahu said in the Knesset Wednesday. “There is a third possibility — and that is continuing the pressure of sanctions. I would even say that a bad deal is liable to lead to the second, undesired, result.”

A report indicates that US President Barack Obama has been easing sanctions on Iran for the past five months without Congressional approval, and despite the lack of any agreement over the Islamic regime's nuclear weapons program.

Sources in Congress revealed that Obama's administration has been suspending or lifting many sanctions without informing Congress since Iranian President Hasan Rouhani was elected in June, reports the World Tribune.

An unnamed House staffer stated that “orders to stop the designations (for new sanctions) came from the White House and State," adding "this has not gone down well in Treasury.” The Congressional sources added that Obama's policy has allowed Iran to maintain its crude oil exports.

The Tribune report appears to fall in line with previous analysis that warned that Obama was rushing to seal a deal with Iran, and in the process was turning his back on US allies, Israel and Saudi Arabia. Indeed US Secretary of State John Kerry told the Senate in a briefing Wednesday to "ignore anything the Israelis say."

A top White House official on Thursday blamed Israeli settlement building for tensions between Jerusalem and Ramallah, which have threatened to sink US-brokered peace talks.

Echoing Palestinian complaints, National Security Adviser and former US ambassador to the UN Susan Rice’s remarks to a Washington think tank came a day after lead Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat resigned for what he said was a lack of Israeli integrity, as ostensibly demonstrated by continued building activity in the West Bank.

“We have seen increased tensions on the ground. Some of this is a result of recent settlement announcements. So let me reiterate: The United States does not accept the legitimacy of continued Israeli settlement activity,” Rice told the Middle East Institute, echoing similar comments made by US Secretary of State John Kerry last week.

Republicans were left unconvinced after US Secretary of State John Kerry’s closed-door presentation to the Senate Banking Committee on Wednesday, which was aimed at delaying a new round of sanctions against Iran.

“It was an emotional appeal,” committee chairman Sen. Bob Corker said, according to the US-based media outlet BuzzFeed. “I have to tell you I was very disappointed in the presentation.”

“I am stunned that in a classified setting when you’re trying to talk to the very folks that would be originating legislation relative to sanctions, to have such a lack of specificity,” BuzzFeed reported Corker as saying.
Sen. Mark Kirk called the officials’ presentation “very unconvincing,” and added that it was “fairly anti-Israeli.”
“I was supposed to disbelieve everything the Israelis had just told me, and I think the Israelis probably have a pretty good intelligence service.”

The BuzzFeed report cited a Senate aide who said that “every time anybody would say anything about what would the Israelis say they’d get cut off and Kerry would say ‘you have to ignore what they’re telling you, stop listening to the Israelis on this.’”

With nuclear negotiations set to resume in Switzerland next week, the Obama administration dispatched Kerry and Biden to Congress on Wednesday to seek more time for diplomacy. They faced skepticism from members of Congress determined to further squeeze the Iranian economy and wary of yielding any ground to Iran in the talks.
Kerry said the negotiators should have a ‘few weeks’ more to see if they can reach an agreement.
“The Iranian regime hasn’t paused its nuclear program,” said Rep. Ed Royce, a Republican and House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman. “Why should we pause our sanctions efforts as the administration is pressuring Congress to do?”

A little-known group called the Herndon Alliance has been the driving force in branding Obamacare to the public.
It was this group that advised President Obama to say Americans can maintain their choice of doctors and insurers under his health-care plan, WND has learned.

The Herndon Alliance is openly partnered with a number of radical groups, including MoveOn, the National Council of La Raza and a slew of George Soros-funded activist organizations.
It is also partnered with a “direct action” group dedicated to the teachings of radical Saul Alinsky.

The Herndon Alliance has been behind the marketing campaign for Obamacare since the inception of the legislation.
Herndon is “the most influential group in the health arena that the public has never heard of,” reported Politico in 2009.

The Herndon Alliance website lists the group’s “partners,” including the Soros-funded Center for American Progress. Van Jones works at the heavily influential group.
Other Herndon partners are the AFL-CIO, MoveOn, National Council of La Raza and the socialist-oriented SEIU union.
Yet another Herndon partner is Citizens Action of Wisconsin, an arm of the Midwest Academy.
Midwest is dedicated to teaching the tactics of radical organizer Saul Alinsky.

We cannot forget one fact. The book authored by Saul Alinsky - also known as the "bible" for the current administration and all related cronies, "Rules For Radicals" was dedicated to Satan himself:

Opening page - Dedication

“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history... the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.


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Stephen said...

Stocks at records again....

dow only 40 pts from 16 000

probably will hit on MON....



15 APR 14 approaches.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Bella G. said... just keeps getting worse and worse. And people have NO clue what is going on. It is so frustrating.

I just keep praying that more people will find their way to the Lord.

I am so ready to go!

Thanks Scott for the updates.

Stephen said...

But what can the dragon offer me with his so called establishment ??
(in this world)

Can he offer me eternal life, joy, love, peace and happiness ??

NOT !!!!

only hell

I with rather be with my Mother's dogs in Heaven forever.

Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Scott said...

Bella - so many of us are SO ready! Don't worry, it won't be long.

Stephen, I love your comments - thanks