Sunday, September 23, 2012

Obama's message to Israel- I'm not listening

Obama finds the world too noisy. Like a defiant child with fingers in his ears, he goes LA LA LA to Israel as Israel says 'the world will change when Iran gets the bomb...'

Tonight on the news magazine program 60 Minutes, Obama said

"When it comes to our national security decisions -- any pressure that I feel is simply to do what's right for the American people. And I am going to block out -- any noise that's out there," Obama says, according to AFP.

Isn't that special. Our strongest ally in the most hostile part of the world is...noise. But will that classy and professional "I'm not listening" approach work when Iran bombs US?

Iranian general threatens pre-emptive strike against Israel, attacks on US bases
"In circumstances in which [the Israelis] have prepared everything for an attack, it is possible that we will make a pre-emptive attack,” he said, according to a translation posted on the website of the Egyptian daily, Al-Ahram.  He added that Iran would also attack US bases in the region, saying that the ensuing military engagement would “turn into World War III."
Pray to God that we can bear four more months of Obama or four more years- whatever God's plan is. Pray for our troops on bases in harm's way. Pray for the world, especially if Iran gets the bomb. And I think they will. Pray for the rapture!

8 comments:

  1. Nothing short of amazing. Netanyahu is noise, daily intelligence briefings are skipped regularly and Letterman, Jay-Z, Beyonce and the View are important stops in his daily schedule.

    Either he doesn't get the gravity of the situation of this country or... eh, never mind. The situation speaks for itself.

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    1. Yep, it sure does. Absolutely amazing. He couldn't be any clearer to Netanyahu, ... or to Ahmadinejad. The next days and weeks are going to be very interesting!

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  2. Yes it will be a real treat watching Ahmadinejad get his world stage in our country at the UN Assembly next week to curse us and Israel.

    Then we'll get an earful of Obama apologies to Islamists and condemnations over an obscure video tape that no one this nation ever heard of, but somehow made it's way to Libya. Obama knows enough of his acolytes still believe that farce. A bunch of Sam Beciles. :/
    -V

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  3. i honestly think you give iran too much credit, they are in ALOT worse shape than you think, and their armies are not as great as they believe they are...(remeber Saddam in 1991...)

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    1. No. I'm not.

      Iran is a huge threat. The bible shows Iran as a heavily armed military aggressor against Israel and in alliance with Russia and Turkey in the last days.

      Iran has 523,000 personnel in active military service, rockets that can hit targets 2000km away, is months away from a nuke, and is in the Gulf right now practicing mining even as the US practices minesweeping.

      They believe to their core that they are the prophesied people to foment the war which will bring the hidden Imam back to earth. They say on a daily basis they will destroy Israel- (just like God said they would say- Psalm 83).

      I'm not talking credit. I'm talking reality.

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  4. WELL SAID ELIZABETH! You speak the Truth, Bless You.
    Rebecca Bonnellx

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  5. I firmly believe that if Iran gets the bomb, they will use it. Or at least attempt to use it. I am with you, lets pray for the rapture.

    I listened to a podcast on Crosstalk Radio last week which might be of interest to you. They interview a man named Avi Lipkin, who is Jewish, talking about Obama and his plans. According to Avi, Obama is a Saudi plant on a mission to do three thing:

    (1) Terminate the Shiite threat in Iran. (Avi believes this will happen before the November elections.)
    (2) Destroy the Jewish threat.
    (3) Convert America into a Muslim nation.

    http://vcyamerica.org/blog/2012/09/19/middle-east-a-powder-keg

    I am not sure how much this man knows, but I believe Crosstalk Radio is a good and reliable program. In any case, it might be worth some investigation.

    Blessings,
    Ken

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    1. I personally dont think Avi Lipkin is very reliable, hes at the same level as Alex Jones of Infowars and Glenn Bleck, well at least to me anyways

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