The country of Georgia is tiny. In fact it is 121st in size – behind Ireland. It’s a little bit larger than West Virginia, and smaller than South Carolina. In fact, the US State of Georgia is more than TWICE the size of the COUNTRY of Georgia. But, the global impact of this tiny country, right now, is greater than all of those US states – combined.
Right now, this tiny country is being used by the global elites to poke Russia in an extremely vulnerable area. The Chechen Republic is a part of Russia, and they’ve been trying to break away since 1991. That fractious republic lies right on the border with Georgia.
To me, the question isn’t whether there will be terrorism at the Sochi Olympics. No, the big question revolves around what Russia will do in response to terrorism at Sochi. And, I believe that it will center on the hooks of Ezekiel 38.
Yesterday’s New York Post article gave us yet another glimpse into the murky depths of Saudi Intelligence and their connection to the US government. Yes, I know that the article did NOT make the claim that there is a connection. That would require the use of a very dangerous three letter word, and frankly, mainstream newspapers just aren’t in the business of using it. You see, asking WHY something happens can get you in trouble.
For years, I have documented the betrayal of Israel at the hands of the US government, but this latest betrayal is the most open and blatant that I have ever seen. And, more than Israel has been betrayed. The Arabs have been betrayed and hung out to dry. Worse, the head of Saudi Intelligence, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, painted a big bull’s-eye on them by demonstrating to the Russians that the Saudis are their biggest, baddest, worst enemy – come get us. Do you smell a setup?
Researching yesterday’s article was a moment of a revelation for me. I had not realized that Prince Bandar bin Sultan’s trip to Moscow had been 22 days BEFORE the poison gas incident in Syria. I had assumed that he had traveled to Russia AFTER the incident – seeking support for the US-led strike on Damascus. But, that wasn’t the case at all. No, Prince Bandar went to threaten Russia and follow up that threat with a demonstration of Saudi power. And, that demonstration of power wasn’t the poison gas incident. No, it was something far, far more ominous to the Russians.