Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Binocular Snapshot for 2/22/2011

LastDayWatchers remember when the May 15th Prophecy ask you to "take the "time to read all of the 23rd chapter because it is a perfect description of what to look "WATCH" for in the last days"

Being the prophetic picture of Israel (lost & found) as they inter into the Time of Jacob Trouble

Jesus said "hypocrisy" would be the cornerstone to their many "iniquities" that he will punish them for

"Two-faced meddling is hypocrisy"

Shortly after taking office, Barrack Obama made a speech on this theme, ironically in Egypt, when he declared unequivocally that

"no system of government can or should be imposed upon one nation by any other", He then ordered a surge to bolster America's policy of regime change in Afghanistan.

Going into Afghanistan, after God warn them to turn back!

So God will punish Israel by allowing the little horn to come to power causing Jacob to have a LOT OF TROUBLE

"Israel's strategic environment is about to change"

If the Jordanian monarchy falls because of the ever-widening political turmoil in the Arab world, Israel's problems would be dangerously compounded. An estimated 60 percent of Jordan's population is Palestinian.

Mubarak loathed Iran, as Israel does. It is unlikely in the extreme that he would have allowed Iranian warships to use the Suez Canal to move from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean. SO NOW HE'S GONE!"

Tehran's potential for exploiting the turmoil in the Arab world, and the threat to regimes allied with the United States, has increased exponentially, heightening Israel alarm"

"All current popular movements and uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa are anti-monarchy"

At this point in time and before achieving final victory, no one is trying to antagonize any country or make foreign powers worried. Islam is the main religion in the Middle East.

After the emergence of Islam, though, over 14 centuries ago, there was a difference in the tone of the Quranic verses revealed to Prophet Mohammad when he was in Mecca, and later when he migrated to Medina.

Failing to understand this difference will confuse Western think tanks, keeping them from getting a proper understanding of the movements in Islamic countries. Bringing a military council to power in Egypt and keeping the former Egyptian and Tunisian governments in power gives the United States false assurances. More dramatic changes are on the way.

The vetoing of the anti-Israeli resolution which outlawed the construction of Jewish settlements does not indicate Washington's power, but shows its weakness and isolation.

If Abbas had given in to Obama's demand and taken back the resolution, the Palestinian Authority chief would have turned into another Hosni Mubarak, Muammar Gaddafi and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, and had to find some place for himself in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Mahmoud Abbas has no choice but to turn to the axis of resistance

He had already announced that he would take to the UN a plan on international recognition of a Palestinian state. Will Obama veto that too?"

"The objective of the Iranian provocation is to signal to the leaders of the Arab world who the new leader is in the Middle East"

Take note of the implied meaning of the rant given by Libya Qaddafi (with guns given to him by the west)

"If you don’t follow Qaddafi who will you follow?” he says. “Someone with a beard?"

Inside the Recommended Reading you will see more of the "hypocrisy"

A Shameful Veto

"Last Friday the Obama administration cast its first Security Council veto, which was also the first U.S. veto since 2006. But this veto was not cast to protect any U.S. interest, vital or otherwise. It did not even help to protect the vital interests of the state, Israel, on whose behalf it was cast.

Instead, it served only to shield that state from international criticism of its colonization project in territories that its forces captured in a war 44 years ago and that are still in dispute.

When Lebanon introduced the draft resolution last month, State Department spokesman Phillip J. Crowley said in oxymoronic fashion that the issues at stake are best resolved “not through the unilateral declarations, even if those unilateral declarations come in the form of a multilateral setting.”

In her explanation of the U.S. vote at the Security Council on Friday, U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice devoted nearly all of her statement to saying how much the United States supports the very things—an end to settlement construction and a resumption of negotiations—that the resolution her government just vetoed called for.

The veto doesn't even keep the issues at hand out of the multilateral chambers of the United Nations. Without other avenues of recourse, the Palestinians are likely to move the issue to the General Assembly, where Friday's 14-0 vote will be amplified by another lopsided vote that will remind everyone of how isolated the United States is as long as it carries Israel's water on the issue.

The U.S. vote confirms in the eyes of just about the entire world that the United States is unwilling to act as an honest broker on Arab-Israeli issues whenever doing so annoys the Israeli government of the day.

This makes fruitful negotiations less, not more, likely."

The Carter Administration

"During the eight years before Carter’s election, President Richard Nixon and his foreign policy adviser, Henry Kissinger, had created a unique and unprecedented relationship with the Iranian ruler.

As part of what was dubbed the Twin Pillar policy, the shah was identified as the primary guardian of U.S. interests in the Persian Gulf. (Saudi Arabia was the other pillar.) In return, the shah was permitted to purchase whatever non-nuclear U.S. military technology he wished.

During the first two years of the Carter administration, Iran went through a wrenching societal transformation that steadily gathered momentum.

Both Washington and the shah’s own forces were constantly surprised at the speed of events, and the shah could not maintain control.

Opposition forces, led from abroad by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, took over the streets of Tehran in December 1978, and the shah left the country the following month.

Khomeini returned to Tehran on February 1, 1979, and 10 days later the monarchy fell and was replaced by an Islamic revolutionary government. This was the first contact between the United States and radical, political Islam

In the end, Iran paid off its various loans at incredible financial cost and agreed to establish a claims tribunal in The Hague to adjudicate commercial claims against Iran.

In the Algiers Accords of January 1981, the United States promised not to interfere in Iran’s internal politics"

Ask yourself who have keep their word?, as you continue to see the result from the failed "bailouts" prophesied with 100% accuracy by the May 15th Prophecy

House prices in 11 of the biggest US cities have fallen to their lowest point since the bust of 2006-7 – in Las Vegas, the fall is even worse

The continued pressure on housing prices has been widely seen by economists as a major drag on economic recovery.

In the once red-hot property market of Las Vegas, home prices fell in December to levels last seen in 1999, burdened by foreclosures and an unemployment rate of 14.5%. Prices in the city have declined for three consecutive months, according to Standard & Poor's data.

Speculators also built furiously in Phoenix, Arizona, and Miami during the boom and those cities have also been hit hard. The 11 cities that have reached their lowest point since the housing bust in 2006 and 2007 are Atlanta (Georgia), Charlotte (North Carolina), Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, Phoenix, Portland (Oregon), Seattle and Tampa (Florida)"

Did not the May 15th Prophecy already tell you this in the post May 15th Prophecy Another Year In Review, What Is Now?, written at LastDayWatchers


The Future of War