Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Binocular Snapshot for 9/22/2010

LastDayWatchers as you view the treats against Israel (lost & found) increase not decrease

US terror threats 'more complex'

"The threat of homegrown terrorism has also taken on a higher profile with the March indictment of Colleen LaRose, a blond Pennsylvania woman known as "Jihad Jane," who is accused of plotting over the Internet to kill a Swedish cartoonist for depicting the Prophet Mohammed in a manner offencive to Muslims.


Plots by US citizens or residents over the past year "surpassed the number and pace of attempted attacks during any year since 9/11," Leiter said.


About two dozen Americans have been arrested on terrorism charges since 2009, according to Napolitano.


"While it is not clear if this represents an actual increase in violent radicalisation ... it is nonetheless evident that over the past 12 months efforts by violent extremist groups and movements to communicate with and recruit individuals within the United States have intensified."


She added the threat was "directed at the West generally." Napolitano is expected to discuss the issue with her European counterparts next week."

And the horns congeal

"Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad met Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou in New York, his website said on Wednesday, boasting a crack in Europe's strained relations with Tehran"


"Iran sees no limitations and obstacles to the expansion of ties and cooperation between the two countries," the president.ir website quoted Ahmadinejad as telling Papandreou at Monday's meeting.


"Palestine is the world's number one issue. It is about time the United States and some Western governments correct their past positions on Palestine and recognise some rights for the Palestinians to resolve the problems," Ahmadinejad said"

Take note of these 2 excerpts from articles reveling the detail of a new book out by Bob Woodward, which revels the hypocrisy the May 15th Prophecy told you would define Israel (lost & found)

So really think hard and deep about these two excerpts I leave for you

#1 = "Consider this from President Bush, in a raucously applauded campaign speech the day before his election in November 2000, in which he took a shot at the Clinton administration's nation-building efforts in Somalia and the Balkans.


"Let me tell you what else I'm worried about: I'm worried about an opponent who uses nation-building and the military in the same sentence," Bush said then. "See, our view of the military is for our military to be properly prepared to fight and win war and, therefore, prevent war from happening in the first place."

(Note for the wise as you consider #1 "Actions speak louder then words"!)

#2 = "Woodward quotes Petraeus as saying, "You have to recognize also that I don't think you win this war. I think you keep fighting. It's a little bit like Iraq, actually. . . . Yes, there has been enormous progress in Iraq. But there are still horrific attacks in Iraq, and you have to stay vigilant. You have to stay after it. This is the kind of fight we're in for the rest of our lives and probably our kids' lives."

(Note for the wise as you consider #2 "You see what they say behind closed doors?")

For a 100% accurate report read the May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers

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How Iran sees the sanctions

"Sitting next to Mr. Rafsanjani and before a large crowd of elderly clerical members of the Assembly of Experts, Khamenei strove to make a case that his two decades of leadership have paid off: "When you see the other side [the U.S.] is nervous and anxious, knocks on this door, knocks on that door, does this, sees that, meets this; it shows that this side [Iran] has gained some power that he is fearful and anxious of. If we were weak, if we were vulnerable, if they could bring us to our knees with one blow, all of these attempts would have been unnecessary. This attempt is a sign of this side's authority. That is the truth of the matter."


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