COMMENTS BY TJ FOR CLARIFICATION:
I have intentionally put up tabloid scandals and photos of the rich and famous for only one reason which is to show you that G-D the FATHER will no longer have any mercy on his flock. There is so much corruption worldwide I do not even know where to start. All these rich and famous and powerful fools thought they were untouchable but in the eyes of their creator was "fury" and there is now a question of revenge by G-D. It is all in your Bible if you would bother to read it. Go to DEUTERONOMY CHAPTER 28 and read the entire chapter.
Did you really think that G-D was going to allow this kind of disloyalty and lies and immorality and dishonor to continue without a payback. This wrath from our G-D is just the beginning and you have seen nothing yet. Your fortunes will come and go and the price that the immoral people are going to pay are beyond staggering. No one is immune from G-D's wrath just read your Bible.
No army can win a war with set rules of engagement as the new American Military because you are going to see many wonderful uniformed soldiers leave the military. The politicians will never let them win or do there job and so there will be an exodus. You will never see for example the Russian commandos put on trial for doing there job, that is just one tiny example. No military force can fight and win with handcuffs on... As ruthless as the Nazi war machine (WWII) was during the Battle for Stalingrad, The Russians taught them the lesson of there life.
We are now imploding from within and all these crooked politicians regardless who they are will have to someday answer to a very angry G-D that has no rules of engagement. The Psalms predict the future and if you read Psalm 109 - in my opinion and I have no doubt that is the year 2009 you will see exactly what is happening and it will get a whole lot worse right before your very eyes. You are now seeing a very angry G-D that is full of Anger and has no mercy because of what you have done to him.
I do not care if you get angry at me, it means nothing to me because I have never betrayed my G-D. All these commentators have one agenda and that is money. All these political moves around the world have an agenda and if you follow the money trail you will find out what it is. Next time you see a funeral procession of a rich and famous person be sure to look for the armored car carrying their money to the cemetery so it can be buried with these rich fools. You leave this earth with "NOTHING" but your life review follows you to the pearly gates. Which gate do you think G-D will let you finally enter...
The clock is ticking and its close to the midnight hour of retribution. I have no fear personally because I know that I have done what is right and honest. I would strongly suggest you read my comments and think about your life now before its too late.
Psalms Chapter 109 תְּהִלִּים
Greece admits it is riddled with corruption
By Tony Barber in Brussels
Published: December 11 2009 10:31 | Last updated: December 11 2009 20:53
George Papandreou, Greece’s prime minister, acknowledge to his fellow European Union leaders that the Greek public sector was riddled with corruption.
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West Bank Cast into Ferment by Diplomatic-Security Vacuum
DEBKAfile Special Report
December 12, 2009
West Bank mosque vandalized
Matters are slipping out of hand on the West Bank. DEBKAfile's military sources and security agencies in the region see the unrest spreading unless it is brought under control.
The Netanyahu government's construction moratorium on settlement construction has had an acutely polarizing effect on Israelis on both sides of the Green Line. Three major Palestinian terrorist attacks were foiled in the last ten days. Whoever trashed a village mosque near Nablus early Friday, Dec. 11, tossed a match onto dry firewood.
The Shin Bet director Yuval Diskin warned the security cabinet this week that Mahmoud Abbas has spearheaded a campaign in world capitals for Israel's ouster from the Middle East equation by making the Jewish state unacceptable as a negotiating partner and blackening its policies. He is harnessing governments to his objective of foisting a Palestinian settlement on Israel.
Diskin called this tactic "a diplomatic uprising (intifada)" which could blow up at any time.
The response of Prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu and defense minister Ehud Barak to Abbas' boycott is appeasement and concessions, such as the freeze on Jewish construction in the West Bank.
This policy is not seen by Palestinians and Arab extremists as a desire for peace but as evidence of weakness and an invitation to build up pressure.
Not only are Jewish settlers and their supporters furious at what they see as the Likud leader's back-stabbing, but in the last fortnight, DEBKAfile's military sources report, Palestinian extremists are trying to use their leader's diplomatic intifada as the starting-point for the real thing, a campaign of terror.
The Obama administration and some European capitals are partly to blame for letting the West Bank crisis get out of hand by allowing Mahmoud Abbas to slip the reins and pursue his dangerous game of excluding Israel from diplomacy.
But the Netanyahu-Barak duo and Abbas must bear most of the responsibility for the widening political, diplomatic and security vacuum.
The prime minister and his defense minister have spent the first year of their current term in office showing a marked lack of initiative on any front, whether to counter the Abbas campaign or face looming perils posed by the heavy rearming of Hizballah and Hamas and a potentially nuclear-armed Iran.
In the last fortnight, the IDF is under orders to play down the upsurge of Palestinian attempts at violence on both sides of the Green Line.
Our military sources confirm that, ten days ago, Israeli forces intercepted a band of six terrorists making their way from the northern West Bank into Israel for an attack. Last week, two large roadside bombs were discovered near Beth El primed to blow up against a passing IDF patrol. An alert scout discovered it in time.
Another explosive device was uncovered near Beit Umar in the Hebron sector of the southern West Bank.
And earlier this week, a Palestinian, believed to be a Popular Front member, was prevented from reaching central Jerusalem with six pipe bombs, enough for the biggest multi-casualty attack seen in Jerusalem in years.
In his short term as prime minister, Ehud Barak ignored similar obvious portents of the coming Palestinian war of terror unleashed in 2000 by Yasser Arafat; his suicide killers darkened Israel's cities for more than three years. Even when it climaxed, he told Israeli troops not to turn their guns on the assailants but direct their fire at open ground.
Later, when he returned to government as defense minister in the 2007-2008 Olmert government, Barak watched Palestinian missiles battering southwestern Israel from the Gaza Strip with the same unconcern. Then, too, he instructed the Air Force to confine its bombardments to open spaces.
It was only when popular ire forced the government's hand, that the defense minister launched the three-week Operation Cast Lead in late December, 2008.
Israel's friends and enemies alike are asking what has happened to Israel's strong defense posture in the face of present and impending threats.
Some critics see prime minister Binyamin immersed in a fool's game, playing to the American gallery and trying to soft-soap the settlers while lacking the courage to address the escalating Palestinian challenge. His dependence on Barak, whose short span as prime minister was cut short by a snap election in 2002 after he offered Arafat 92 percent of the West Bank, reinforces the sense of infirmity at the top of government.
This sense has planted the suspicion that the West Bank building freeze was planned to place markers on areas to be ceded in readiness for Israel's handover of territory - at a time when Palestinian intentions are the reverse of peaceful.
Friday, Dec. 11, all these tensions boiled over: Before the police had even broached its investigation into the willful damaging of the Kfar Yasuf mosque, Palestinian spokesmen and their Israeli supporters pointed the finger at "right-wing extremist settlers." One Israeli broadcaster accused "those madmen."
Within hours, the same Palestinian activists and their Israeli champions were rioting in Sheikh Jarrah against the homes Jews have purchased in this predominantly Arab neighborhood of Jerusalem. Police forces stopped them marching on those homes. In the melee, 22 rioters and 6 policemen were hurt.
West Bank rabbis have pleaded for the holy places of all faiths to be excluded from the conflict between the two nations. But the ferment on all sides is rising, inflamed by the diplomatic vacuum dictated by the Palestinian side and the lack of firm resolve and direction in Jerusalem......................................................................................
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During his speech before the United Nations General Assembly in September, President Barack Obama called on the State of Israel to end the “occupation” that began in 1967—using the same term many of Israel’s enemies rely on to denounce any Jewish presence in the West Bank and Jerusalem. Since then, Arab-Israeli tensions have escalated noticeably, particularly around the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
On Oct. 25, 2009, for example, a wall of Israeli riot police clashed with Palestinian protesters near the al-Aqsa Mosque, after Muslim authorities and Arab media outlets called on Palestinians to defend the compound against “Jewish conquest.” An Arab-Israeli Knesset member has even hinted that Israel is using archaeological excavations to sabotage the Temple Mount so Jews might eventually build a synagogue where the al-Aqsa Mosque has been standing for 1,400 years.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu angrily dismissed these accusations as baseless “lies” that were aimed at fomenting violence and division.
An eerily similar storyline played out in September 2000 soon after the peace process collapsed at Camp David. In that version, Yasser Arafat used Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s visit to the Temple Mount as grounds for a Palestinian uprising that became known as the second intifada. Arafat, however, called his war the al-Aqsa intifada in hopes of rallying Arab forces to capture Jerusalem.
In this chapter, Arafat’s successor Mahmoud Abbas has warned of a “religious war” unless Israel stops all “provocative” acts. In a speech on October 28, Abbas said “the fanning of flames by Israeli extremists has caused the dangerous situation which currently prevails in Jerusalem.”
On this issue, Abbas’s fiery rhetoric falls right in line with his Palestinian enemies in Gaza. Nothing unites Palestinians quite like Jewish “provocations.”
“The Israelis want to divide al-Aqsa Mosque,” the Damascus-based Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal said in late October. “They want to hold their religious ceremonies in the mosque … in preparation for demolishing it and building their temple there.” Jerusalem’s fate, Mashaal predicted, will be determined by “confrontation,” not negotiation.
On that last point, he happens to be right. For the day is coming, the Prophet Zechariah warned, that half the city of Jerusalem “shall go forth into captivity” by some kind of violent struggle (see Zechariah 14:1-2).
Ever since the Camp David accords, Israel has negotiated one peace proposal after another that has included giving the Palestinians half of Jerusalem for free. But because of Zechariah’s prophecy, for the past several years, we have been preparing our readers for Israel’s government to swing to the right regarding Jerusalem. That, of course, happened last year with the election of Benjamin Netanyahu, who campaigned on the promise of keeping Jerusalem united.
“With a right-wing coalition now in power in Israel,” we wrote on our website, “that brings us one giant prophetic leap closer to the inevitable clash over Jerusalem” (theTrumpet.com, April 3, 2009). Now, it appears, the Arab-Israeli peace process is on the verge of collapsing.
Of course, there’s always the chance that the latest round of violence over Jerusalem may be a strategic maneuver ordered by Iran in hopes of diverting attention away from its nuclear program.
Either way, it’s building toward an inevitable explosion in Jerusalem. Whether it’s a momentary diversion or the beginning of another intifada, this eruption of violence outside the al-Aqsa Mosque, as the Times of London wrote, “has repercussions that go far beyond Israeli-Palestinian relations” (Oct. 26, 2009).
Even though sparked by conspiracy theories on the Arab street, and then inflamed by Palestinian stone-throwers on the Temple Mount, still, as the Times intoned, “From Cairo to Jakarta, Muslims will be enraged by the sight of Israeli security forces imposing authority at Islam’s third-holiest site” (emphasis mine).
Whatever the cause, Israel’s riot police firing rubber bullets at Palestinian youths on the Temple Mount will eliminate what little support remains for Israel across the region.
The Zechariah 14:2 explosion is coming. You can learn more on this subject from our free booklet Jerusalem in Prophecy. •
US to focus on uranium findings in Syria - evidence of Iranian proliferation
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
December 6, 2009, 4:15 PM (GMT+02:00)
A senior official in the Obama administration described the UN nuclear watchdog inspectors' discovery of traces of highly processed plutonium at the bombed Syrian-North Korean facility at Dir a-Zur as a "smoking gun" - evidence of Iran's covert nuclear activities and proliferation, DEBKAfile's Washington sources report.
It was confirmed by International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors in their Nov. 30 visit to the site which was demolished by Israel in September 2007.
Obama administration sources are confident that with this information of Iranian violations of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, even Russia and China will have to endorse stiff new sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
The soil samples the inspectors collected at their last visit to Dir a-Zur confirmed an earlier discovery of uranium used in separating out bomb-grade plutonium from spent nuclear fuel which the US believes was supplied by Iran. Those experiments were clearly further along that previously assessed.
The same traces were found at the Syrian nuclear research reactor near Damascus.
Washington intends to present these findings as solid evidence of the tie-in between the Syrian and Iranian military nuclear programs, together with proofs of Tehran's direct involvement in the planning and construction of the demolished Syria reactor.
Iran will also be shown to have supplied Syria with the nuclear materials and technology for its operation as part of its own program to attain a nuclear weapons capability.
The US will use this body of evidence to demonstrate Iran has been in grave breach of its NPT obligations since 2007. This week, officials in Tehran said their government has no plans to abdicate from the treaty.
According to DEBKAfile's Washington sources, the Obama administration may decide to plant the information in the US and world media before making a formal presentation.
Last Thursday, Dec. 3, Iran's national security council director Saeed Jalili visited Damascus for urgent consultations with Syrian leaders on fending off the coming American assault on its nuclear program based on the evidence of Syria covert nuclear activities. His party included members of Iran's nuclear energy commission who helped build the Syria's North Korean reactor.
Jalili and Syrian president Bashar Assad spent several hours discussing how to respond to the forthcoming American revelations.
Their talks were violently interrupted by the bomb blast on an Iranian pilgrim bus in central Damascus. Official figures have not been released but the number of dead is believed to be fifteen Iranians with many more injured. Assad ordered Syrian officials on the spot to claim the blast was an accident and not an act of terror. Both sides assumed that the hand behind the attack had advance knowledge of the Iranian-Syrian conference and was bent on sabotaging it.
DEBKAfile Exclusive Report
December 10, 2009, 5:16 PM (GMT+02:00)
Iran's defense minister Ahmad Wahidi
DEBKAfile's military sources report that this message Iran's defense minister Ahmad Vahidi brought to Damascus where he is attending a session of the high Iranian-Syrian defense committee which went into its second day Thursday, Dec. 10.
The Iranian visitor indicated that Tehran expects an Israeli attack within a month and wants to be sure its Syrian ally joins Iran in fighting back.But Damascus is holding back from total commitment.
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