Thursday, October 13, 2016

Last Word On The U.S. Election, U.S. Military Strikes Yemen, Putin Slams Hacking Accusation 'Just A Ploy To Divert Attention From The Contents'

I try hard to avoid political discussions on this site unless it is directly associated with prophecy for this generation (and in most cases it doesn't). At this point in the timeline, I believe everything that happens is part of the overall plan, and I trust God's plan, therefore, other than a detached bemusement and disbelief that anyone in America could vote for a confirmed criminal with a long list of mysterious deaths associated - I don't get involved emotionally in U.S. politics. 

Obviously the globalists with their agenda of a world governance prefers Hillary Clinton (thus the reason I believe she will be "elected"). However, the bottom line (especially prophetically) for this election is seen in this brief description below:

Will We See A World Full Of Mushroom Clouds?
Otherwise, mushroom clouds will prevail.
Whether there is time for these changes before mushroom clouds make their appearance depends on the outcome of the US presidential election. Americans are an insouciant people and do not understand the stakes. Hillary has promised conflict with Russia. Trump says he sees no point in conflict with Russia. This difference is the only important issue in the election.

U.S. military strikes Yemen after missile attacks on U.S. Navy ship

The U.S. military launched cruise missile strikes on Thursday to knock out three coastal radar sites in areas of Yemen controlled by Iran-aligned Houthi forces, retaliating after failed missile attacks this week on a U.S. Navy destroyer, U.S. officials said.
The strikes, authorized by President Barack Obama, represent Washington’s first direct military action against Houthi-controlled targets in Yemen’s conflict.
Still, the Pentagon appeared to stress the defensive nature of the strikes, which were aimed at radar that enabled the launch of at least three missiles against the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Mason since Sunday.
“These limited self-defense strikes were conducted to protect our personnel, our ships, and our freedom of navigation,” Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said.
U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said U.S. Navy destroyer USS Nitze launched the Tomahawk cruise missiles around 4 a.m. local (0100 GMT).
“These radars were active during previous attacks and attempted attacks on ships in the Red Sea,” including the USS Mason, one of the officials said, adding the sites were in remote areas where the risk of civilian casualties was low.
The official identified the areas in Yemen where the radar were targeted as: near Ras Isa, north of Mukha and near Khoka.

Earlier in the day, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said that the country should again consider the use of military force in Syria to resolve the crisis in the conflict-torn country.

"Why, what for? Perhaps it is necessary to wait until all these moments are clarified. Any country’s efforts to fight terrorism deserve the highest praise, but if these are efforts to fight against the country’s legitimate authorities than it is unlikely to be commendable," Peskov told reporters.

Syria has been mired in civil war since 2011, with opposition factions and Islamist terrorist groups such as Daesh and al-Qaeda linked al-Nusra Front, now known as Jabhat Fatah al Sham, fighting the Syrian army. Both organizations are banned in many countries worldwide, including Russia.

Vladimir Putin also went on the record to address the allegation by US intelligence services which last Friday officially accused the Kremlin of coordinating the ongoing cyberattacks targeting democrats, and said that the scandal that hacking scandal has not been in Moscow's interests and both sides in the U.S. election campaign are just using Russia to score points. 
The Russian leaders' statement comes one day after the White House did not reveal how if at all, it would respond to "Russia's hacking", but said it would consider a variety of responses to the alleged hacks. 
Putin accused the US of "starting this hysteria, saying that this (hacking) is in Russia's interests. But this has nothing to do with Russia's interests," in a speech during a business forum in Moscow. 
He added that the accusations were a ploy to divert U.S. voters' attention at a time when public opinion was being manipulated. "Everyone is talking about 'who did it' (the hacking)," said Putin. "But is it that important? The most important thing is what is inside this information."

Earlier on Wednesday, the Kremlin it took a negative view of White House statements about a planned "proportional" response to the alleged cyber attacks.

"About a decade ago, they wouldn't mention Russia at all, because it was not even worth talking about, such a third-rate regional power and not interesting at all. Now Russia is problem number one in the entire election campaign," said Putin.
“They made Russia a priority issue of the entire campaign. Everyone is talking about Russia. It may be flattering, but only partially. Because all participants of this process indulge in anti-Russian rhetoric and poison the relations between our states,” Putin said. “This is bad for both our countries and the international community.”

“We are concerned with the deterioration of Russian-American relations, but that was not our choice, we never wanted that. On the contrary, we want to have friendly relations with the US, a great country and a leading economy,” Putin said.

It's not a new Cold War. It's not even a deep chill. It's an outright conflict.
US-Russia relations have deteriorated sharply amid a barrage of accusations and disagreements, raising the stakes on issues ranging from the countries' competing military operations in Syria, disputes over Eastern European independence and escalating cyber breaches.
    "This is a conflict, there should be no doubt," said Matthew Rojansky, director of the Kennan Institute at the Wilson Center, on the US-Russia confrontation.

    On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the US was considering a "range" of "proportional" responses to alleged Russian hacking of US political groups. Washington publicly accused the Kremlin of cyberattacks on election systems and the democracy itself last Friday. That came after talks on a Syria ceasefire broke down as US officials suggested Russia be investigated for war crimes in the besieged city of Aleppo.

    Moscow has steadfastly denied that it's meddling in the US presidential election. In an interview this week with CNN's Christiane Amanpour, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said it was a baseless accusation.

    "The whole hysteria is aimed at making the American forget about the manipulation of public opinion," he added. "No one is talking about that, everyone wants to know who did that, what is important is what is inside and what that information is about."

    Meanwhile, Moscow abruptly left a nuclear security pact, citing US aggression, and moved nuclear-capable Iskandar missiles to the edge of NATO territory in Europe. Its officials have openly raised the possible use of nuclear weapons.

    The friction between Moscow and Washington -- by many assessments at its highest level since the fall of the Berlin Wall -- led Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, to make a plea Monday for dialogue and de-escalation.

    It's unlikely that tensions will ebb anytime soon, with the very real possibility of a building tit-for-tat dynamic developing at a time when channels of communication between the two capitals have dwindled.


    foretastes said...

    This is a message from Amir Tsarfati, an Israeli and fellow believer in our Yashua who's in the know. We need all the encouragement we can muster these days...

    ally said...

    Saw that Dave! Awesome

    Unknown said...

    God helps us... I try to understand why, or what, the Coward-er in Chief expects to accomplish... we are pushing buttons in so many fronts at the same time, that if some of them trigger retaliation against USA we would be doomed in a second. There's no military strategy logic, and the sad thing is that the generals are playing the game, or I should say following their master blindly. No wonder DJT says he knows more than the generals... how can we be able to fight in North-South Korea, South China Sea, Syria, Ukraine border, and now Yemen at the same time??? I had a small hope that US would be the eagle/wings of eagle that protects Israel, but boy, each day seems very, very distant...

    D. Pearson said...

    Hector, relax pal. God is in control. Nothing catches him by surprise. He has control over the movements of all the idiot leaders of the world. What ever happens is his will. Unfortunately, I don't think the US will be there to protect Israel. As a matter of fact I don't feel like we have been there for them the past 8 years. Our time has come and gone as the worlds referee.
    I would recommend praying for wisdom. Maybe God will grant the knowledge you seek.

    I've been in sooooo many situations where I could have been killed, and should have been killed, that I'm just not worried about it. Because when it happens, you most likely won't even remember it. I'm ready to fight for what I believe. And I'm ready to die for what I believe. As long as you are ready to go! Then let the chaos begin.