The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Israel and Syria Update By Barry Chamish 8 November 2013

God says in Revelation 17:17 For God hath put in their hearts to fulfill his will, and to agree and give their kingdom unto the beast, until the words of God shall be fulfilled.
In other words these evil people bent on doing wicked things are being caught in their own evil snare and will pay the price when Yeshua comes back.

God also says in Ephesians 6:12 that we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Friends, God does not want us to worry about these evil things. God is in control. God has his plan and satan has his and we know God ultimately wins. This just means we entering “End Times” and our redemption is drawing near. 

Friends, today, we are one day closer to the ultimate Sunni Shia war in the Middle East and we are caught in the middle. This war would have the Israelis aligned with Saudis and the Persian Gulf states against Iran. I now fully expect Saudi Arabia with her Persian Gulf States allies to launch a major terrorist attack on the U.S. or one of our allies or cut off oil to the U.S. and our allies. This deal with Iran has truly pissed off our oil masters the Saudis who hate the Iranians. If a deal is signed with Iran another End Times piece of the puzzle will fall unto place, the prelude to the Psalm 83 war and then the Ezekiel 38-39 war.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned John Kerry on Friday he was offering Iran the "deal of the century" as the top US diplomat travelled to talks in Geneva seeking a nuclear accord.

Netanyahu vowed that Israel would not be bound by any international agreement on Iran's nuclear program and reserved the right to do whatever is necessary to defend itself -- a clear allusion to a pre-emptive military strike.

The United States rejected the remarks as "premature" while Iran accused Netanyahu of "fear mongering" and said Israel, the region's sole if undeclared nuclear power, was "the major source of ... instability".
Netanyahu met the US Secretary of State on the tarmac of Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv and denounced the proposed agreement being hammered out in Switzerland.
Kerry flew in from Amman for a brief stopover in Tel Aviv in a bid to soothe Israeli anger ahead of his trip to Geneva for a landmark three-way meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton.
"Iran got the deal of the century and the international community got a bad deal, this is a very bad deal. Israel utterly rejects it," Netanyahu told reporters of the proposals under discussion.
"Israel is not obliged by this agreement and Israel will do everything it needs to defend itself and the security of its people."
Israel views a nuclear-armed Iran as an existential threat and has consistently refused to rule out a pre-emptive military strike to prevent that from happening.
"I reminded him (Kerry) that he said that no deal is better than a bad deal. And the deal that is being discussed in Geneva right now is a bad deal," Netanyahu said.
"Iran is not required to take apart even one (uranium enrichment) centrifuge. But the international community is relieving sanctions on Iran for the first time after many years.
"I urge Secretary Kerry not to rush to sign, to wait, to reconsider, to get a good deal," Netanyahu said.
From Geneva, Iran’s Zarif hit back at Netanyahu, saying Israel did not "have any credibility" while Kerry later warned there was no deal yet with the Islamic republic over its nuclear programme.
"It (Israel) is the only possessor of nuclear weapons in the region, the only non-member of the NPT (nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty), the only possessor of chemical weapons," Zarif told Swiss television channel RTS.
"So it doesn't have the legal credibility to accuse a country that is a long-standing member of the NPT, whose installations are under daily monitoring."
White House spokesman John Earnest rejected Israel's criticism saying: "There is no deal. Any critique of the deal is premature."
Earnest echoed State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki who said Kerry had gone to Geneva "to help narrow differences" between Iran and the world powers known as the P5+1 group.
Kerry told reporters in Geneva: "There is not an agreement at this point" adding "There are still some very important issues on the table that are unresolved."
Western governments -- and Israel -- suspect Iran of seeking to develop nuclear weapons capability under cover of its civilian program.
Tehran denies any such ambition and, since President Hassan Rouhani took office in August, has made overtures suggesting it is prepared to scale back its enrichment of uranium in return for the easing of crippling Western sanctions.
Washington, which has not had diplomatic relations with Iran for three decades, has repeatedly said it is going into the talks with eyes wide open, seeking to explore the diplomatic possibilities of bringing its suspect nuclear program under international control.
Iran is anxious for relief from crippling Western economic sanctions that have cut oil revenues by more than half, caused the value of the rial to plunge and pushed inflation above 40 percent.
The West is keen to seize a rare opportunity to build bridges with Iran after decades of hostility, opening the door to engaging with Tehran on other issues like the conflict in Syria, where Iran has backed President Bashar al-Assad against insurgents.

 I must share some tragic news regarding Iran.  Today, Iran's deputy foreign minister said that the P5+1 world powers, including the United States, have "accepted the framework" of proposals made by Iran in the Geneva talks.

The agreement would "slow down" elements of Iran's nuclear activity in return for the easing of sanctions on Iran.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said the Geneva proposals "would ease the pressure on Iran" in return for empty concessions that would still "allow Iran to retain the capabilities to make nuclear weapons". He called this a "mistake of historic proportions" which must be completely rejected.

We agree with Prime Minister Netanyahu that only a complete elimination of Iran's nuclear program is acceptable. Now is the time to keep the pressure on Iran by increasing the sanctions.

by Barry Chamish

There are powerful forces in Washington doing everything they can to shove Syria and Israel into a final bloodbath. It's not complicated to separate the spin from the truth if it matters to you. That is not the issue. Things become impossibly complicated when people won't separate the spin from their deluded truth. When they won't divorce themselves from their hopeful reality. 
        Just for today, let's simplify our upcoming fate. Shall we start with a reliable news source, reporting:                                            

The Kuwaiti newspaper al-Anbaa is reporting that the US embassy in Lebanon has been holding secret 'indirect' talks with Hezbullah.

The paper quoted an unnamed member of the March 14 alliance, who claimed that "relations between the Hezbollah and the US are developing positively."March 14 is an alliance of Lebanese political factions opposed to the influence of Hezbollah and its Syrian and Iranian patrons. As further proof of a budding, if as-yet unofficial diplomatic relationship between the US and the Shia terrorist group, the unnamed MP pointed out that during his last public address Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah notably neglected to criticize US foreign policy in Lebanon and the wider Middle East.The unnamed source went on to cite an alleged statement by the US's Ambassador to Lebanon David Hale, who he said informed several Lebanese leaders that "a cabinet can not be formed without Hezbollah participation."If true, the rapprochement marks a continuing shift in US foreign policy towards Iran and its regional allies, and will do little to assuage the growing feelings of abandonment by America's traditional allies in the region - in particular the Arab Gulf States, Saudi Arabia and Israel. It would also be a remarkable shift in relations given Hezbollah's legacy of bloody attacks against US personnel in the region, including the infamous October 1983 truck bombing of a multinational forces barracks in the Lebanese capital which killed 241 American soldiers and wounded scores more.

      Simplified again, if you accept this reportage, the White House is destroying America's network of alliances, lying without regret about its abuse of the nation's power, while secretly snuggling up to its enemy Hizbullah. And the real proof of this covert diplomacy comes from this hysteria from Israel: Israeli officials expressed anger Friday at the White House's decision to disclose that Israel carried out the two attacks on targets in Syria Thursday. The attacks in Latakiya and Damascus are believed to have targeted SA-8 missiles that were about to be transferred to Hezbollah in Lebanon. An Obama administration official confirmed to CNN that the target of the Israeli strike was "missiles and related equipment the Israelis felt might be transferred to Hezbollah." 
A panel of experts agreed that the interests of both Israel and Syria are best served by remaining silent on the attacks, since neither side is interested in a larger-scale conflict. Veteran Defense Correspondent, Ronny Daniel, said that the US's behavior "could really start a large scale conflagration here." "By exposing that Israel is behind the attacks, the US is bringing us nearer to the day in which [Syrian president Bashar] Assad will no longer be able to swallow these provocations, and he will have to respond, and if he responds then Israel will probably have to respond in kind, and then maybe, in the White House, people will clap their hands, because they have started a very large fire here." 
     For those who refuse to understand that real American diplomacy is aimed at ensnarling Israel in a final battle, recall what I wrote barely a month ago when the White House was on the verge of smashing Syria with Tomahawk missiles:

If Syria's regime is pushed too far, it has an estimated 100,000 missiles, many with gas and biological warheads, to put an end to Israel. Hizbullah and Hamas will likely join in the fun with another 70,000 rockets.
To those deluded Israelis who think America is doing them a favor by eliminating Assad's chemical weaponry, remember, you are the real target. When your defenses collapse, and they will if the American gangsters get their way, prepare to find out how much the Arabs hate you when the rapes, mutilations and slow deaths begin in the latest Holocaust.
      So we understand each other, forget your politics, religion and beliefs for a second, The American administration failed to entrap the country in a war strike against Syria barely a few months ago, but hasn't given up trying. Now fit that into your faith whatever it may be.

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