Obama Pushes World Toward World War III

Support for an attack on Syria among Americans is over three times lower than support for United States war in Vietnam at the very lowest ebb of the war.

Despite this, the Bought and Sold Out media are now claiming that Obama would “lose credibility” if he does not launch a military assault. Even though 91% of Americans oppose a war against Syria, Obama and his elitist friends are intent on marching us right into World War III.

Reports of chemical weapons attacks in Syria are being blamed on the Assad government. Intercepted phone calls are the supposed evidence behind Obama’s newest push for war.  Presented by the Obama administration as proof that Bashar Al-Assad was behind last week’s chemical weapons attack in Syria, the calls actually suggest that the attack was not ordered by the Assad government.

Phone calls by the Syrian Ministry of Defense intercepted by the Israeli Mossad and passed to the US reveal that Syrian government officials, “exchanged panicked phone calls with a leader of a chemical weapons unit, demanding answers for a nerve agent strike that killed more than 1,000 people,” in the hours directly after last week’s attack.


The question begs to be asked, Why would the Syrian Ministry of Defense be making panicked phone calls “demanding answers” about the attack if they had ordered it?

There is video footage which shows US-backed rebels, (i.e., al-Qaeda) preparing and using chemical weapons. See Infowars for more.

In a related story, Obama’s desperation to maintain a narrative that will justify a cruise missile attack on Syria, the Obama regime is seemingly trying everything within its power to sabotage the UN chemical weapons investigation in Syria. The last time the United Nations investigated claims of chemical weapons use in Syria, its inspectors concluded that it was the rebels and not Assad’s forces who were likely behind the sarin gas attack.

Eager to avoid a repeat that would completely derail the march to war, the White House in concert with Britain has repeatedly attempted to derail the UN investigation.

Revisting the Words of Moshe Feiglin

The following article was posted on our blog some months ago.  Due to recent events we feel it’s important to revisit the timely words of our friend Moshe Feiglin.  As we are now mere weeks from the September 20th gathering at the UN to take up the question of a Palestinian state, we must be under no delusions of what designs Fatah and Hamas have for the sovereignty of Israel and what awaits her people if we stand by and let the barbarian horde overtake us.

The Holocaust Yet to Come

by Moshe Feiglin

This article is not about the Holocaust that happened. It is about the Holocaust that is liable to come knocking on our door. If you are weak of heart, stop reading now. But if you are staying with me, please take a deep breath, forget about secondary political issues and internalize what I am writing. The trains to Auschwitz did not have separate cars for Right and Left, Haredi and secular.

It is popular to pontificate on the lesson of the Holocaust. Every person takes the Holocaust to the place that is comfortable for him. I would like to discuss a very basic lesson that I have never seen disproved: The Western world will not try too hard to close down the gas chambers. Not only that. It will even indirectly stoke them.

True, after the Holocaust, in a rare moment of good will, the world voted to partition the Land of Israel and to recognize the fledgling Jewish state. But this recognition had no practical implications. Seven Arab armies invaded the tiny area allocated to Israel. The world did not lift a finger. The Egyptian army got to within thirty kilometers of Tel Aviv, murdering and destroying every person and settlement in its path. They cut through the Negev and reached Beit Lechem. The Jordanians were just twenty minutes away from Israel’s coast. The Syrians captured Mishmar Hayarden – and destroyed it, of course.

Three years after the Holocaust, the Western world waited once again for the Arabs to finish off the dirty work. It did nothing to help Israel. But then, with G-d’s loving grace, the situation turned around. The nascent IDF stopped the Arab armies. On the southern front, Yigal Alon commanded over some brilliant maneuvers that more or less eliminated the Egyptian army. The IDF forces got all the way to El Arish inside Egypt.

When that happened, Britain threatened that if the IDF would not retreat, it would invade Israel. America pressured, Ben Gurion gave in and the new norm was set: When the Jews are in danger, the world waits patiently. When they start to win, the world stops them.

The Western world – upon all its beauty and advantages – will always act as a static anvil for the murderous hammer descending upon the Jews from above – be it the Nazi hammer, the Arab hammer or any other murderous, anti Jewish hammer.

The time when we will have to decide if we are willing to entrust our fate to the very same West that will always be happy to be rid of the “Israel Problem” is rapidly approaching. We see ourselves as an inseparable part of the Western world. It is difficult for us to accept that the West, our cultural patron, will simply close its eyes with relief when six million Jews in Israel will once again be facing wholesale slaughter.
But that is precisely the direction that events are taking. The only difference between 1948 and today is that then we were a rabbit that thought it was a lion and today we are a lion that thinks it is a rabbit. In 1948, our physical weakness invited invasion. Today, our mental weakness invites invasion.

What invasion am I talking about? If we were not living in denial, the media would be abuzz about Samantha Power, head of the National Security Council, who advocates taking the funds that the US now invests in the IDF and investing them instead in the ‘Palestinian’ army. In no uncertain terms, she discusses a possible US invasion of Israel – to keep the peace, of course. When that goal is accomplished, Power advocates leaving us here to enjoy the loving kindness of the righteous souls in Ramallah.

As surrealistic as all of this sounds now, it is most important to remember that only terror organizations and Arab states used to deny Israel’s right to exist. Now this concept is coffee table talk throughout Europe. The denial of the right to exist always precedes physical annihilation. That is another important lesson of the Holocaust.

Tony Blair, the European Union’s envoy to the Mid-East, recently said that Europe would accept the Hamas as a negotiating partner, refusing to make that contingent on Hamas recognition of Israel’s right to exist. When officials of the stature of Power and Blair make these statements, they are charting the course for Western policy.

After the UN will recognize a Palestinian state at the 1967 borders, the Arabs will demand an Israeli retreat. To make sure we know they mean business, they will punctuate their demands with missiles on Israel’s cities. Israel will be forced to respond and the international coalition will rev up its motors to come save the peace.

All signs point to the fact that Israel is currently building the foundations for a Palestinian state and is planning an instant, southern-Lebanon-style retreat from Judea and Samaria. Something like, ‘Get on the buses now and we’ll explain later.’

But the Arabs don’t really want a state. All that they want is to end Jewish sovereignty in Israel. Their demands will intensify after Israel’s retreat from Judea and Samaria as per the Gush Katif aftermath model. They will demand the Jewish neighborhoods in East Jerusalem, right of return for their ‘refugees’, compensation payments, an international peace keeping force and what not. In the meantime, they will continue to bombard us with missiles. Israel’s military response will serve the West with its excuse to intervene. At this point, an exhausted Israel will have to decide: Either open the Ashdod port to the US Navy forces or fight against the entire world.

All of Israel’s ‘enlightened’ elites will unequivocally support opening Israel’s gates to the ‘Peacekeeping’ forces. From the President all the way down to the writers in the major newspapers, they will have no other solution. “And what is better?” they will ask. “Living in the shadow of the West, or fighting a war being forced upon us by Jewish fundamentalists?” The patriotic declarations being sounded today in the Likud will turn into ‘pragmatic’ rhetoric. The West is the very air that we breathe and the lesson of the Holocaust will be ignored.

The last thing that the policy-makers are capable of thinking is that we are a nation in our own merit, a nation that relies on its own ethical code. They will never come to terms with the fact that we are not Western or Eastern; we are simply Jews who, as opposed to 1948 – are not weak at all. We are a formidable economic and military power and are capable of extracting a terrible price from any country in the world that will threaten our sovereignty.

We will never even think that the entire problem does not exist in reality, but only in our minds. In other words, our psychological dependency on the West actually invites this scenario. No Western country would challenge our sovereignty if it had the slightest fear of an Israeli response. We are a lion that thinks it is a rabbit. But knowing this country, I do not expect that we will respond to threats on our sovereignty in the manner that any normal nation would respond. Instead, Israel will open its gates to the ‘Peacekeeping’ forces. The IDF will be disbanded and the rest of the story has already been experienced by the Jewish People throughout its long and painful history.

As a believing Jew, I pray that our Father in heaven will perform a miracle and that one year from now, you will be able to take this article and laugh at me. I am a great believer in the Nation of Israel and anticipate that unexpected energies will emerge in the nick of time to prevent this scenario.

As Independence Day approaches, we must say loudly and clearly: There is life after America. The struggle is not for the settlements. The danger is much more existential and all-inclusive. It is not military danger. It is not economic danger. The danger is our total collapse in a process that is all-too reminiscent of the fall of Czechoslovakia. The moment that a state entrusts its existence to other states that have other interests, its existence becomes transient.

It is urgent to cut the psychological ropes binding us to the West. We are not Americans. We are Israelis and we have an independent and strong faith and culture from which we draw our own existential legitimacy – not from the West.

There is life after America. Put it on stickers. Blog it. Write it on your social media. Broadcast it at rallies and wherever you can. We do not need American aid. All that we need is to return to our tried and true Jewish identity.


PA Reiterates Old Nazi Strategy

The Looming Cloud of a New Holocuast

Last week, Chairman Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority told visiting members of the United States House of Representatives that it was his intention to establish a PA state in Judea and Samaria, with Jerusalem as its capital. He said that he was against any possibility of Jewish communities remaining in those areas.

UN sacrifices Israel to establish a barbaric people In defense of the settlements and of insistence on Arab recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu encouraged cabinet members to use the Nazi-era word “Judenrein” – German for “cleansed of Jews” – and used the expression in his meeting with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.  The PA has accused Israel of stalling talks by using such inflammatory language.

The United States, Russia, the European Union and the United Nations –  the self-proclaimed Middle East Quartet – expressed “concern” Tuesday over construction for Israelis in Ariel a city in biblical Samaria. “The Quartet is greatly concerned by Israel’s recent announcements to advance planning for new housing units in Ariel and East Jerusalem,” the group declared.  A United States State Department spokeswoman termed the housing plans “deeply troubling” and “counterproductive.”  This of course means that Israel’s continued building in the so called ‘settlement’ area’s is counter-productive toward the American/UN agenda of establishing a Middle East and one world order under their direction.

The city of Ariel is one that Israel considers to be within the “national consensus,” that is, territories that Israel plans to keep under any future diplomatic agreement with the Palestinian Authority. Jerusalem is not only part of the consensus, but has been officially annexed to the rest of Israel.  The Quartet statement appears to indicate that Quartet nations not only do not recognize Israel’s reunification of Jerusalem, but do not believe that Israel will truly be able to maintain control of “consensus” lands in talks with the PA.

The establishment of a  Palestinian State will be taken up by the United Nations on September 20 0f this year, only a week before the High Holy Days.  Given all the rhetoric, it appears the UN is prepared to sacrifice Israel in order to establish a barbaric people in the land given to Abraham, Issac and Jacob.

O God, do not remain quiet;
Do not be silent and, O God, do not be still.
For behold, Your enemies make an uproar,
And those who hate You have exalted themselves.
They make shrewd plans against Your people,
And conspire together against Your treasured ones.
They have said, “Come, and let us wipe them out as a nation,
That the name of Israel be remembered no more.”
For they have conspired together with one mind;
Against You they make a covenant….  [Psalm 83:1-5]




The Coming Sunni/Shia War – Prelude to Gog Magog

Why is the United States sending F16s and an arms deal worth 60 BILLION to Saudi Arabia?

There are a number of indicators that there is a war brewing between the Sunni’s led by the Saudi’s, and the Shia’s, led by Iran.  This war, believe it or not began over 1350 years ago when the Prophet of the new religion of Islam was assassinated.  ISLAM’S SCHISM BEGAN IN A.D. 632, immediately after the Prophet Muhammad died without naming a successor as leader of the new Muslim flock. Some of his followers believed the role of Caliph, or viceroy of God, should be passed down Muhammad’s bloodline, starting with his cousin and son-in-law, Ali ibn Abi Talib. But the majority backed the Prophet’s friend Abu Bakr, who duly became Caliph. Ali would eventually become the fourth Caliph before being murdered in A.D. 661 by a heretic near Kufa, now in Iraq. The succession was once again disputed, and this time it led to a formal split. The majority backed the claim of Mu’awiyah, Governor of Syria, and his son Yazid. Ali’s supporters, who would eventually be known collectively as Shi’at Ali, or partisans of Ali, agitated for his son Hussein. When the two sides met on a battlefield near modern Karbala on Oct. 10, 680, Hussein was killed and decapitated. But rather than nipping the Shi’ite movement in the bud, his death gave it a martyr. In Shi’ite eyes, Hussein is a just and humane figure who stood up to a mighty oppressor. The annual mourning of Hussein’s death, known as Ashura, is the most poignant and spectacular of Shi’ite ceremonies: the faithful march in the streets, beating their chests and crying in sorrow. The extremely devout flagellate themselves with swords and whips.

Sunni Shia DemographicsThose loyal to Mu’awiyah and his successors as Caliph would eventually be known as Sunnis, meaning followers of the Sunnah, or Way, of the Prophet. Since the Caliph was often the political head of the Islāmic empire as well as its religious leader, imperial patronage helped make Sunni Islam the dominant sect.  Today about 90% of Muslims worldwide are Sunnis. But Shi’ism would always attract some of those who felt oppressed by the empire. Shi’ites continued to venerate the Imams, or the descendants of the Prophet, until the 12th Imam,
Mohammed al-Mahdi (the Guided One), who disappeared in the 9th century at the location of the Samarra shrine in Iraq. Mainstream Shi’ites believe that al-Mahdi is mystically hidden and will emerge on an unspecified date to usher in a reign of justice.

The occupation of Bahrain by 2,000 Saudi-led Gulf troops in mid-March

was just the latest manifestation of the largely unknown Sunni-Shiite conflict taking place across the Islāmic world. Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shiite Iran are locked in a struggle for supremacy among the Muslim faithful from Nigeria to Malaysia where Shiism is basically banned.  While relations between Islam’s two largest sects are generally good in most Islāmic countries, Saudi Arabia’s Wahabi Doctrine has a “virulent hatred” for Shiites and Saudi schools teach that Shiites are not real Muslims.  The accord reached between Saudi King Abdullah and the Bahraini monarch Hamas bin Isa Al Khalifa for the oil island’s virtual annexation by Riyadh has so incensed Tehran that armed Iranian-Saudi clashes with the potential for all-out warfare may soon become unavoidable Iranian and Gulf sources estimate. Shiite-ruled Iraq would back Tehran in the first Shiite-Sunni collision to be sparked by the wave of unrest sweeping the Arab world – in contrast to the domestic discord raging in Libya and Yemen.  Saudi Arabia decided to intervene in Bahrain after the island nation’s security forces appeared unable to handle the ongoing protests from the Shiite majority who make up 70 per cent of the country’s 500,000 population. A further 200,000 people live in Bahrain but are not citizens. The Al-Khalifas have ruled Bahrain for nearly two centuries mostly under the British protectorate.  The kingdom’s ruler, King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa, is a Sunni Muslim as is the country’s ruling élite. While technically a constitutional monarchy, the Bahraini parliament’s power is limited in favour of the king, the country’s real power broker.

While the Islāmic world is predominantly of the Sunni sect, the Muslims who live in the Middle East, and particularly those in the Persian Gulf region, are often Shiite. Globally, the Shia account for an estimated 10 or 15 percent of the Muslim population, but in the Middle East their numbers are much higher: they dominate the population of Iran, compose a majority in Iraq, and are significant minorities in other nations, including Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Pakistan, and Syria. Outside of the region, Shia generally constitute only tiny minorities in other Muslim countries, including Algeria, Sudan, and Egypt in Northern Africa.With the exception of Syria and Iran, the other governments are Sunni led and controlled.

The unrest within the Middle East of the last few months reveals a startling truth that the world is ridiculously unaware of.  While the western governments and media are chalking up the unrest in the Middle Eastern countries as protests for democracy and calls to end the corruption within the regimes of Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Libya, Syria and Iran. Iran of course is 100% Shiite and under the control of the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khameni and the Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Syria is controlled by the Assad family which has ruled Syria for 41 years comes from the Alawite mountains overlooking the Mediterranean, a stronghold of the secretive Alawite sect with links to Shi’ite Islam.  The protesters within these countries are predominately Shia Muslims and intelligence sources suggest that Iran has been channeling money and resources to groups which are instigating much of the protests.  Iran, once the old Persian Empire that invented Chess and Trigonometry and ruled a vast empire from the borders of India to the Mediterranean, would no doubt love to regain the power and prestige it once commanded.  The Shia protests have literally surrounded Saudi Arabia, protector and steward of Mecca.  In the 1980’s Saudi Arabia funded Iraq in the 8 year war between Iraq and Iran, where over 500,000 Iranian Shia’s were killed.   Iran’s strategy is simple.  By taking control of Saudi Arabia, Iran can kill two birds with one stone.  Not only will Iran be in possession of the Kingdom’s oil rich resources, including the Strait of Hormuz, which 17 million barrels of oil pass through each day, but they will have control of Islam’s holiest sites as well.

ABC News says Yemen is a near-perfect haven for terrorists

Two Oil ChokepointsIran is also supporting the Shia revolt in Yemen, home of Hassan Nasrallah,  Hezbollah’s leader,  according to one Yemeni General.  Recently, the Pentagon tripled its budget on Yemen.   The US State Dept. called the situation in Yemen, “a threat to global stability.”  If you look at a map of region there is a narrow passageway or strait that connects the Red Sea with the Gulf of Aiden. This 20 mile wide narrow water way, is called Bab El Mandeb or the Gate of Tears.  Yemen strategically controls the Strait of Tears. This waterway carries approx. 3.3 million barrels of oil per day (2006), pass through here. And tactically, Iran can control the operations of the Middle East oil fields due to the 2 million Shia muslims who work in them daily.

Recently both the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia spent over 25 billion dollars on new weapon systems in preparation for the coming war.  The US has approved a 60 billion dollar weapons deal and sent F-16’s to the area.  The US cannot afford to have Iran in control of 66% of the world’s oil and is sending troops and warships into the region.  Of course we should note that President Obama is a Sunni Muslim and is  taking sides with his Sunni brothers, those dictators that the poor masses of Shia are revolting against.  The situation is set up, if Iran comes out on top, to create a Shia Caliphate, which would then propel Iran into “Super-power” status.  It may prove to be that Iran’s acquisition of nuclear weapons may first be used not to destroy Israel but to threaten Saudi Arabia.

The Gog Magog War

The way the current geo-political situation is coming about certainly hints of the Gog uMagog Wars mentioned in the Book of Ezekiel, chapter 38.   The cast of characters certainly strike me as being very similar.  The coalition of the nations in this chapter is consistent with todays pre-Caliphate build-up.  Persia (Iran), Put (Libya), and Cush are first mention as part of the Gog coalition.  “Cush” was a nation listed in the Table of Nations in Genesis 10:6 and the name of a kingdom during biblical
times. According to archeologists, the kingdom of Cush or Kush was located in modern day Northern Sudan and Southern Egypt; approximately spanning from Aswan, Egypt to Khartoum, Sudan-Sudan’s capital.

Verse 6 adds Gomer and Beth-Togarmah to the coalition. “Gomer” was the first son of Japheth. The Gomerites were the ancient Cimmerians, expelled in 700 BC from the southern steppes of Russia into what is today Turkey. “Togarmah” is the 3rd son of Gomer and beth at the beginning of the name is the Hebrew word for ‘house’ or ‘place of’. In Ezekiel’s time there was a city in Cappodocia (Modern Turkey) known as Tegarma, Tagarma, Til-garimmu, and Takarama. The possibility that four of the names mentioned in Ezekiel are now in Turkey makes a pretty strong argument for Turkey being a part of the invasion of Israel. Current circumstances in that country also lend this view some credibility.  Since the break-up of the Soviet Union, Turkey has gained inroads into Central Asia (Magog). It is also linked to Central Asia both ethnically and linguistically, and has a growing number of political parties that support opposition to Israel, establishment of a Turkish Islāmic Republic, and the worldwide rule of Islam.  Meshech and Tuval may also be linked to the Turkish peoples.  Just last month the Islāmic Republic of Iran sent a battle group to Turkey for military manoevers.  Turkey, once a moderate Islāmic country, is becoming more and more radicalized in recent years.

Ezekiel 38:13 lists Sheba and Dedan.  Sheba according to most biblical scholars is Arabia Felix or Yemen and was once one of the most fertile regions of Arabia.  Ancient Dedan is known as Al Ula today. In the ruins of the old city there are inscriptions that show the Dedanites were preceded by a Minean settlement. The Mineans established a center at this desert oasis to protect the incense trade. Dedan is situated between Medina and Tabuk in central Saudi Arabia. It was one of the largest and most important centers of civilization in ancient Arabia.

Israeli WarriorThis coalition attacks Israel at some point in the future, but is destroyed by HaShem on the mountains of Israel, a reference to the biblical heartland of Shomron or Samaria, which is currently called the occupied territory by the PA and Arabs.  It could very well be the case that the invasion will be over the land of Samaria, which is the inheritance of the 10 Tribes not the Palestinians.  The 10 Tribes are prophesied to return in the Final Redemption.  This event will no doubt cause a huge flap with the Muslim hordes.  It will be war.