Wednesday, November 18, 2015

They Are Getting Their War in Syria





“The easiest way to gain control of a population is to carry out acts of terror. [The public] will clamor for such laws if their personal security is threatened”. - Josef Stalin

or clamor for more war.

Let's dial back to some old articles:

War Drums: More on Syria

War With Syria?

Even the Generals Don't Want the Insane War with Syria but AIPAC Does!




They didn't manage to sell war with Syria in 2013 and 2014 which is why some new atrocities could bring forth the desired war.


If you watched much news on the terrorist attacks in Paris, did you notice the name of the band Eagles of Death? How obvious can you get? Did you see the picture of multiple rock fans making devil's horns as they went to their concert? Even the poster advertising the event had the hand sign of devil's horns right on it. Not very subtle is it?


I noticed this one had the false flag markers on it too....crisis actors, etc.


I tend to think this stuff is just more disinformation mixed with some truths, sure they have some crisis actors in the mix, but I believe people really die in these attacks. If they conduct wars where thousands or millions will die, why would they just 'fake' the deaths of dozens of people? I really wonder about the conspiracy websites who almost want to portray the controllers of this planet in a merciful light.

Obama calls on Russia to focus on war against IS in Syria
France goes to war with Isis in Syria

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

the jews are responsible for the war in Syria.

Anonymous said...

SallySays

Hold on a moment, are these women all the same person?

Anonymous said...

Anon # 1 your comment is ludicrous. Shame on you. I don't see the Jews shooting people and terrorizing the populations or cutting off people's heads. We can't give them a pass, but this statement should not go unchallenged.

Anonymous said...

Fans were Singing “Kiss The Devil” When Terrorists Struck in Paris

http://www.localpulse.net/news/fans-were-singing-kiss-the-devil-when-terrorists-struck-in-paris-7446/

Anonymous said...

The middle east and north Africa are both being redrawn, as is the entire world.

The world as we know it is finished, it's time to just sit back and watch it all unfold as it's happening so fast now.

John Kerry made a huge boo boo in a press conference by telling Syria that it had to allow inspectors of its so called WMDs in order to avoid being destroyed by the US military arm of the NWO. Syria says yes, the Russians come in and calls the all clear, and that it that. However, the NWO wants Syria destroyed, and so in an instant a brand new terror is unleashed out of nowhere, threatening the entire existence of planet earth...

And just which country must be destroyed and bombed out of existence to defeat this evil enemy... Syria!

Ta da, its like magic. Every western country is now destroying Syria.

Syria will be destroyed very shortly, as was Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and whoever was before and whoever is next.

It's like watching a game of blackjack unfold with a rigged deck. The NWO think they are in control and achieving their own aims, but they are merely puppets on a string of the Almighty God. And as soon as God has accomplished His will in them, they too will fall quickly, just like the Babylonians, the Greeks, the Medes, the Persians, the Assyrians and the Romans before them.

The loss of life of innocent people as always is a tragedy.

Anonymous said...

I don't agree that we should sit back and let it unfold. We should be about our Father's business and snatching people from the fire and standing for truth where we can have an ear and warning and sharing the Gospel. It is a time to be active as we see what you are describing.

Joy said...

Here is an interesting NY Times article about the wives of the terrorists. Read a few of the comments too. They are even more interesting than the article.

http://mobile.nytimes.com/comments/2015/11/22/world/middleeast/isis-wives-and-enforcers-in-syria-recount-collaboration-anguish-and-escape.html

Also, I was thinking about a bible story regarding Syria from the time of Elisha. Later I will look for it and post it.

Joy

Joy said...

In 1 Kings 20 in the Bible, there is an interesting story about Syria.

Summary: Ben-Hadad, King of Syria, threatened Ahab, King of Isreal, saying all your gold, silver, wives, children, all of it will be mine. Ahab answers that a man putting on his armor shouldn't boast like someone removing their armor after the battle. It ends up, he is right.

Ben-Hadad and his 32 allies were encamped in a hilly area, drinking and getting drunk in their pavilion, with their huge army surrounding them. Miraculously, the Isrealite army comes out with seven thousand soldiers, killing many and forcing them to retreat.

The next spring, Ben-Hadad tries again, but this time in a plain thinking that they beat them in the hills, but wouldn't have a chance in the plains. They thought Isreal's God was the God of hills, but not of the plains or valleys and they would have both a numeric and spiritual advantage.

In this second battle, the Isrealite army was again severely outnumbered, but even so, 127,000 Syrian forces fell in battle in the first day of fighting.

Ben-Hadad comes to Ahab in sackcloth, begging for mercy. Ahab greets him warmly, as a brother, and they sign a treaty, restoring the land the Syrians had taken from Isreal and setting up peaceful trade in Damascus. Both are happy with the treaty and head home.

On the way back to Ahab's palace, a prophet of God approached Ahab and says:

"Thus says the Lord: 'Because you have let slip out of your hand a man whom I appointed to utter destruction, therefore your life shall go for his life, and your people for his people."

And it happened. Three years later, Syria was not living up to part of the treaty and had not returned Ramoth Gilead to Isreal, so Ahab and Ben-Hadad once again met in battle.

A stray arrow pierces Ahab between the joints in his armor and he dies. About 100 years later, Isreal is conquered by Syria, never again to be a nation. ( Judah remains a nation but Isreal does not.)

Anyway, I thought that was very interesting.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:25
Are you in Syria spreading the Word at the moment, as its being bombed out of existence and into submission?

Please share what you are doing to stop this destruction from happening, I am happy to join you. I will stop everything I am doing just to join you and your own efforts in the Father's business to stop this slaughter from taking another single life and helping bring the Gospel to the lost. Please share with everyone everything you are doing and I am right there with you, as I am sure so many others are too. Whatever we can do to organise to stop this destruction, we all must do what we can. Are you adjoined to an organisation we can also join, or who can help us with flights into Damascus or who can smuggle us over the border with our Bibles somehow?

Perhaps you can also help us to stop the millions of children being slaughtered by the abortionists, I have no answers to this one either, but again, if you do, I am very happy to join you to help save these children's lives. I just need details to a single person or organisation which is actually helping to stop this. Again, I am right there at your side.

You must be making a big difference, please share with everyone what we can all do to help you and your work changing lives, bringing people to Christ, and helping to stop this invasion when no-one on earth seems to be able to stop anything at all.

I am sure we all are awaiting for any leader possible to lead us to however we can help all these people.
Please help us and share with us everything you are doing so that we too can help all whom we can.

Did Jeremiah sit back and just let it all happen? Or was he full of tears and heartache every day as he saw the work of God Almighty around him, crying and weeping for his people and knowing he could do nothing to stop anything at all? Was Noah flippant or proud? Jeremiah watching people of all ages being murdered all around him and driven into slavery under the most horrific conditions we cannot imagine. Knowing it was the Divine work of God. No. He cried, he was devastated beyond what we can believe, he was a man broken in every way. As am I by all of the evil in this world.

You do seem to be very youthful in your walk with God and very idealistic, I do wish you the very best, as you, like I, and all others, continue to grow and mature in the Word, and in understanding God. There is an almighty work happening in this world right now, and not one thing I or any other person does can change any of it, apart from how we are instructed to live and walk in this life as Christians.

I would suggest further study of Adam and Eve, Jonah and Nineveh, Noah and the flood, Sodom and Gomorrah, the Amalekites, the Egyptians of Biblical times, Job, all the enemies of Biblical Israel, the invasion and enslavement of Israel, the invasion and enslavement of Judah, and the utter destruction of Judaea by the Romans, and just how God treats and judges His own set apart (Holy) people when they commit whoredoms with false gods as a starting point.

I wish you well and all the best in your own walk with Christ.