Thursday, June 30, 2016

Binocular Snapshot for 6/30/2016


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Never in the history of the United States has the nation been so ill-served as during the presidency of George W. Bush
George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq will go down in history as the worst foreign policy decision ever made by an American president.

Even if one rejects the extreme verdict that Bush’s presidency was among the worst ever, the example of his unquestionably troubled tenure suggests that while indecision in a leader may have its costs, so too does the instinct for deciding things too quickly.

If the (so-called) moderates separate themselves from Nusra, immediately the Russians and Assad go kill them, the idea that the moderate rebels will separate themselves from Nusra is just not going to happen, it's a Hail Mary pass that is dead on arrival, it’s staggering that anybody even after five years of civil war thought this would be a good idea!

In one sign of their predicament, U.S.-backed Syrian rebels on Wednesday were pushed back from Al-Bukamal, an Islamic State-held town on the Iraq border, suffering casualties and seeing some of their fighters and arms captured, finally, targeting the Nusra Front could end up boosting the popularity of the al Qaeda affiliate, which is widely hailed by anti-government Syrians as the most effective fighting force seeking to oust Assad.

The war is now widely regarded by both politicians and the public in Britain as a huge mistake, a YouGov poll of 7,983 adults in May found 53 percent said they could never forgive Blair and just 8 percent thought he had done nothing wrong.
An official inquiry into Britain's role in the Iraq War will finally deliver its findings next Wednesday, seven years after it was set up, with attention firmly focused on how far it will criticize former Prime Minister Tony Blair.

One of the key issues will be the inquiry's conclusion on the legal basis for going to war, with many Britons believing Blair deliberately misled the public, the main reason given for the invasion - that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction - has been debunked after none was found, the inquiry has taken longer to complete than the British military involvement in the conflict itself, has cost well over 10 million pounds ($13.5 million), and runs to some 2.6 million words in length, about three times the length of the Bible or four times that of Leo Tolstoy's epic novel "War and Peace".

In the 10 years since the Second Lebanon War, Hezbollah has been transformed from a terror group deployed against Israel to a full-scale army in almost every respect.
It knows how to operate logistically over vast areas tending to the needs of its troops all over Syria, in much the same way the IDF’s network of welfare officers and staffers does, it's capable of tending to the welfare needs of Shiite civilians in the Syrian villages under its control, it operates artillery and rockets and entire networks of unmanned drones, it is skilled in the use of anti-tank weaponry, and of course it carries out ground operations to conquer and hold territory.

With 100% accuracy what happens next according to God's Word inside the +May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers