Sunday, October 30, 2011

Nuclear weapons found in Libya

We know that massive quantities of yellowcake were found in Libya during the revolution/ousting of Gaddafi. I reported that here on September 27.

Then 4 days ago, Ynet News from Israel reported chemical weapons were found.

'Chemical weapons in Libya under guard'
"NTC finds chemical weapons, secures them following death of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. 'They are from Gaddafi's era and are under guard, until they can be handed over," says NTC official."

Tonight, Ynet News reports that "banned weapons" have been found.
"Libya's National Transitional Council chairman Mahmoud Jibril announced that banned weapons have been found in his country, reported Al Arabiya. (Roee Nahmias)"

The Jerusalem Post goes further and reveals that the banned weapons discovered were in fact nuclear weapons.
"The outgoing premier of Libya's NTC, Mahmoud Jibril said Sunday that nuclear weapons were found in the country, according to the Al Arabiya TV network, Israel Radio reported. Jibril also said that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will provide further details on the weapons found in the next few days, according to the report."

I really don't see how the world will avoid what seems like the prophesied massive wars of the last days in the Middle East within 6 months. Or sooner. It seems to me to be like a Mack Truck bearing down on a stranded turtle in the middle of the highway. . I'm not looking for it. I'm not hoping for it. But if indeed this report is true that there are nukes in Libya; (and with all that yellowcake it was obvious that there likely would be) unstable, Sharia instituting, al-Qaeda flag planting, Libya- prophesied to be so much a part of the war and horror of the last days, then war seems more likely than ever to follow.

2 comments:

  1. Wow...the perfect storm orchestrated by Yahweh alone is almost here...all that matters is that He is in control!

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  2. Amen! He is in control, as He always was and He always will be.

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