Meretz chairwoman says U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of plan during Rome meet.
Commentary by: Gordon King
Hello folks, may the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob be with you, guide you and give you his wisdom in truth and knowledge. Amen
I had a dream last night. It was very short, but also very real and of course in living color.
I was standing in a room full of world leaders and diplomats. It was a small room. All of these people were sitting in a large circle around the walls of the room. They were in the process of voting for a new world leader. Vladimir Putin was there, as well as representatives from the United States, I believe it was John Kerry (Secretary of State) and Chuck Hagel (Secretary of Defense), along with many other world leaders. I do not recall President Obama being there.
Just before they were about to read the results of the voting, I told Kerry and Hagel that the new leader would be Vladimir Putin, they both scoffed at me and ignored me. Then the vote was read aloud. The new world leader is “Vladimir Putin” from Russia. No one could believe what they just heard. I looked at them, like, I told you so! Vladimir Putin then gave a short speech on how he was going to make the world a better place (Ha!).
The dream then ended.
I am not saying that Vladimir Putin will be the “Anti-Christ”. I do not think that he is. But, I do think that he is claiming a new role in the pecking order of world leaders. What else could the dream mean? Maybe just a dream. But, I thought that it was important and significant enough to share with you. Many people believe that he has already taken this role as of the Syrian chemical weapons fiasco.
God Bless! 🙂
SOURCE – The so-called “2 plus 2” meeting in Tokyo this week of US Secretary of State John Kerry and Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel with their Japanese counterparts marked a significant escalation of the US military build-up against China. The lengthy joint statement announced major deployments of hi-tech US weaponry to Japan and a green light for Japanese remilitarisation, within the framework of “a more robust alliance”.Thursday’s talks took place in the wake of the Obama administration’s decision to postpone an imminent military attack on Syria last month in the face of mass popular opposition, both in the United States and around the world. The “2 plus 2” meetings make clear that despite the postponement of war with Syria, Washington’s plans for military escalation are proceeding apace.
Tzachi Hanegbi talks to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a 2010 Knesset committee meeting (photo credit: Miriam Alster/Flash90)
Tzachi Hanegbi warns upcoming period is fateful for future of nuclear program, says Netanyahu to call for increased sanctions in UN address this week
SOURCE – The upcoming period is fateful for the Iranian nuclear program, and if an agreement with the Islamic Republic is not reached soon, Israel will take the necessary steps to defend itself and remove the threat, said Tzachi Hanegbi, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud Party and a member of the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee.
In an interview with Israel Radio Saturday, Hanegbi warned that Israel has made it clear that it reserves the right to defend itself in the face of the nuclear threat from Iran, and that even US President Barack Obama acknowledged this right.
“The military option is definitely still on the table,” he added.
But Obama pushing gun control on American citizens
(WND) Secretary of State John Kerry signing the United Nations small arms treaty is nothing more than empty symbolism, and President Obama will get nowhere in his latest attempt to advance gun-control legislation, says Bill Frady, host of “Lock ‘n’ Load Radio” presented by Gun Owners of America, who also noted that the U.S. government has been buying up AK-47 rifles and ammunition.
Kerry signed the U.N.’s Arms Trade Treaty this week while in New York City for the opening of the U.N. General Assembly. Supporters say it would clamp down on weapons trafficking between rogue regimes and terrorist organizations. Frady told WND it would have a restricting effect on law-abiding gun owners in the U.S. as well.
“It also dictates to the signing states that they have to impose new rules and regulations within their nations to make sure they’re able to comply with this treaty and that covers small arms,” Frady said. “Terrorists are not running around with American-made weapons. They’re running around with AKs. There’s various nations that will underwrite any cause (such as) Russia, China. The AK is the prevalent weapon on the planet. So we’re not the problem. I did notice that along the way (Obama) did manage to get in there and back Syrian rebels to the tune of $340 million.
At aid committee meeting, top US diplomat says all issues ‘on the table’; Israel announces 5,000 new work permits for Palestinians, easing of Gaza restrictions
UNITED NATIONS — Israelis and Palestinians have agreed to intensify peace talks aimed at reaching a final agreement, not an interim accord, US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Wednesday.
The two sides met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York at a conference of donors looking for ways to revive the fragile Palestinian economy.
“I will tell you that all of the issues are on the table: territory, security, refugees, Jerusalem – all of the final status issues are on the table. And importantly, we are not seeking an interim agreement; we are seeking a final status agreement.”
Russian president says it is too early to say what Russia will do but does not exclude supporting a UN resolution
Vladimir Putin has warned the US against launching military action in Syria, stating that Russia has “plans” on how it would react if such a scenario unfolded.
The Russian president’s comments came as Barack Obama for the first time portrayed his plans for US military action as part of a broader strategy to topple Bashar al-Assad, as the White House’s campaign to win over sceptics in Congress gained momentum.
In an interview with Associated Press and Russia’s state Channel 1 television, Putin said it was too early to talk about what Russia would do if the US attacked Syria but added: “We have our ideas about what we will do and how we will do it in case the situation develops toward the use of force or otherwise. We have our plans.”
Commentary by: Gordon King
I have been reading all of these articles on President Assad supposedly using chemical weapons against the Syrian rebel forces. President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry are completely convinced that Assad was the one who used them and not the rebels. They say that they have proof. Although no one has actually seen the proof.
Russia, Iran and China all say that it was the Syrian rebels who used the chemical weapons and not President Assad. Well, I have seen no proof either way.
What happens if undeniable proof comes forward that President Assad was not the one who used the chemical weapons. That it was definitely the Syrian rebels.
What then? Will President Obama want to strike the rebels? Will he be just as adamant about stopping the rebels from committing such an act in the future?
Just a thought. God Bless Everyone!
1 September, 2013
John Kerry says in the video (@ 3 minutes 15 seconds) that President Obama has the right to take military action against Syria without Congressional approval.