Gog Takes Baby Steps

I’ve been pretty interested lately in the failure of US foreign policy with regard to Syria and the Islamic State, and in the movements of Russia to build up military resources in Syria (see the above linked National Post commentary for an insightful analysis of these current events). It does seem like the famous Gog prophecy Read more about Gog Takes Baby Steps[…]

Armageddon Update

By Noel Haynes 16/12/11   The European economy continues to self-destruct.   The merchants of the world were watching with baited breath last Friday for some word from the European summit that would reassure them . The solution proposed consisted of getting the 27 EU nations to agree to imposed fiscal and budgetary austerity measures Read more about Armageddon Update[…]

Strategist Warns of Nationalistic Arab Rage Turning Against Israel

One strategist argued in a FoxNews piece, Wednesday, that in the wake of “eMageddon” uprisings threatening to engulf the Arab world, desperate rulers may seek their own survival by refocusing the rage of their citizenry against a common, much hated enemy: Israel. This does seem likely. After all, as the old adage goes, “the enemy Read more about Strategist Warns of Nationalistic Arab Rage Turning Against Israel[…]

Israel’s Opportune Time to Strike Iran Expires this Weekend

“Israel has until the weekend to launch a military strike on Iran’s first nuclear plant before the humanitarian risk of an attack becomes too great, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said Tuesday.” Read the rest of this news report here (source: FoxNews.com, August 17, 2010). The really fascinating part of this Read more about Israel’s Opportune Time to Strike Iran Expires this Weekend[…]

The Bear Goes (a little bit farther) South?

Image via Wikipedia An article on WND.com Saturday, June 27 2009, suggests that Russia’s impending military excercises in the Caucases could be a staging ground for an invasion, and take-over, of Georgia: Moscow has drawn a new “red line” in its confrontation with the regime of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili by calling for its end, Read more about The Bear Goes (a little bit farther) South?[…]

Not Justice, Not Sovereignty But Prosperity

We live in interesting times. This morning I came across three articles that caught my attention. The first one was this one about a US Army soldier, currently serving in Iraq, announcing his intention to defy President Obama’s orders and to join a lawsuit demanding that Obama produce documents to prove his eligibility to serve Read more about Not Justice, Not Sovereignty But Prosperity[…]