The war of words over the past week and weeks between the US and Iran moved up a notch in a very, very big way. And, I originally thought that this was just rhetoric, until I realized that the cause was a little-reported incident in the Red Sea that happened on Wednesday.
The Iran-backed Houthi rebels attempted – and almost succeeded – to sink two Saudi oil tankers. And, it appears that Saudi Arabia might have very quietly activated an agreement with the US, to protect Saudi Arabia from Iran.
Donald Trump just did the one thing that I did not expect him to do:
Recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel
He promised to do that during his campaign, and he delivered on that promise. And, I’m not used to American Presidents doing that – especially, when it comes to Jerusalem.
The side-effect of this event, will be a heating up of conflict in the Middle East and an acceleration of The Last Days. I believe that this is a very big deal, and I suspect that you will agree, when you see the evidence that I see.
Things have been happening this week. We had the first big debate of this year’s US election. (Did anyone catch the wires on Hillary?) Obama got vetoed on the 9/11 bill, and that has the Saudis in a tizzy. The reputation of the FBI is falling fast. We have even MORE evidence about how they try to manipulate us. More and more evidence keeps rising about Gog and Magog.
And yet ANOTHER typhoon took a whack at us, in our Little island of Taiwan. And, it got personal.
What a week. We had the memorial for 9/11. Hillary went from deplorable to… almost on the floor. The Saudis are increasingly desperate to keep 9/11 out of the US legal system. Desperation is increasingly seen in the mainstream media, political parties and the financial system. We are seeing signs of a coming government ownership of stocks that will morph into outright ownership of companies. And then, I saw signs that Russia and Ethiopia are getting cozy.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report on Friday evening, January 8th, 2016.
I always listen for mistakes before recommending ANY video, and that goes for any interview that I do. And yes, I did make a few mistakes, and there were a few extra things that I should have said, but didn’t.
All-in-all, I feel like it was a good interview. We packed a LOT into that one hour. I hope that you will agree.
If you don’t agree, let me know. I’m always open for constructive criticism.
(I’ve GOT to STOP saying “You know…” and “Okay”. Seriously!)
I was a guest on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report, Friday night for the full three hours, and it was an interesting conversation. We covered a wide range of topics, and I was at my tangent-following, rabbit-chasing best.
We started out by discussing the events and background of the Syrian civil war. We mentioned Pope Franky and the reasons why the Jesuits are so evil. I even mentioned the Jesuit connection to Hitler. I brought up Isaiah 17, Isaiah 19, Ezekiel 38 and 39 – as well as Luke 21:24.
The events happening right now should not surprise us. They shouldn’t shock us. They were spoken of almost two thousand years ago, and we’ve been reading them for all of that time. But, it’s one thing to read. It is quite another to see.
I’m right there with you. The fall of America. Death and destruction in Syria. Financial collapse. Waves of violent economic migrants. The rise of a vile and virulent evil. A future full of violence and suffering. All of that is horrifying to think about, and something that no one wants to even acknowledge.
Unfortunately, this is what God and the Bible said would happen.
A wicked and evil game is being played out in the halls of power throughout the world. This diabolical ‘game of princes’ will lead to the death of millions, especially in the Middle East. Our amoral leaders know this, and don’t care. This is realpolitik at its darkest and most vile.
I already mourn for the Arabs and Jews who will die over the next few months. It will be the vilest of blood sacrifices by our Luciferian elites.
The Bible prophesied that this would happen, but that fact lessens my nausea by only a little.
I want to pack in a few more cheeseburgers before a financial Armageddon descends upon us, so I was relieved when Greece surrendered to Europe and when China put a draconian halt to financial losses in the Chinese stock market. I feel sorry for the Greeks and the Chinese, but I like my cheeseburgers.
Unfortunately, something happened this week that has dampened my appetite and catastrophically reorganized a region that I like to call home:
The Middle East
Obama’s surrender to Iran has unleashed the dogs of war. This geopolitical earthquake will change the face of the Middle East forever. And, it has brought us a huge leap closer to Ezekiel’s Fire.