Mideast News Update 1-13-13
Middle East News Update
Kissinger Says Israel
Won't Survive 10 More Years
Henry Kissinger’s recent statement, that in 10 years Israel will cease to exist, borders on senile, according to some commentators. Although one of his staff members denied it, Cindy Adams from New York Post insisted: “Reported to me, Henry Kissinger has stated — and I quote the statement word for word: ‘In 10 years, there will be no more Israel.’”
A-O Readers should keep in mind that many NWO critics, investigators and defectors from the NWO report that Henry Kissinger is one of the leading proponents if not an architect of the New World Order. There are also allegations that Kissinger is the head of the Illuminati's leadership committee - "The Council of 13."
With those allegations in mind, this reported quote by Kissinger would be quite revealing, if, Kissinger actually made the statement. We rather suspect that he did and after realizing the publicity his staffers and supporters have had to do some clean up work to whitewash such reports.
If that report is true, then it reveals the timeline that the Illuminists have for the destruction of Israel. In that regard, that indicates the Illuminati timeline for actions that would match up with Biblical Prophecies, particularly the Tribulation period. Note, the Kissinger quote indicates that within or before 10 years Israel will vanish. This suggests the Illuminists intend to eliminate Israel before 10 years.
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Israel Pushing Obama To Give
Iran an Ultimatum on Nuclear Program
Netanyahu Maintains Comfortable Lead
In Pre-election Polling With 10 Days To Go
Mass Protests Erupt in Iraq
Turkey Warns Greece Against
Petroleum Exploration in Aegean Sea
A bitter dispute betwen Turkey and Greece over mineral rights in the seas continues to foment the potential for outright war. Turkey's Foreign Minister issued his country's warning to Greece.
A new dimension in the dispute between the two nations concerns the Greek boundaries for claiming mineral rights. There are new allegations that Greece is attempting to claim new territorial waters with rich deposits of oil and gas in the Aegean Sea. Turkey believes its part of an effort by Greece to grab such resources as a way to pay for its debt crisis and restore the Greek economy to health. There are Turkish claims that Greece has seized 16 islands as part of that effort to take control of more oil reserves.
It should be noted that Greece, Cypress and Israel recently formed a defense alliance to protect joint energy exploration ventures in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. The Defense Treaty would obligate Israel to come to the defense of Greece and the island nation of Cyprus if either were attacked by Turkey. We strongly suspect that the oil and gas controversy will one day trigger Turkish military action against Israel as part of the Magog War prophesied in Ezekiel 38 and 39. For more details, see the Links Below.
Israel Builds Chain-Link Security Fence
Across Golan Heights 43-mile Border
Palestinians in Financial Crisis
Cash-flow Crunch Hits Home
Egypt's Prez Reshuffles Gov't
Brings in More Radicals
Russia to Hold Large Naval Drill
In Mediterranean & Black Seas
In late January, the Russian Navy will hold its largest war drills in decades. The drills will span activity in both the Mediterranean and Black Seas. Technically, it will be the largest such naval exercise ever for the Russian Navy since its inception after the end of the cold war and the break-up of the Soviet Union. Keep in mind that the Russian navy now is but a small shadow of the old Soviet Navy. More details, LINK HERE.
Russia To Add 50 Warships by 2016
Obama Nominates Hagel For Defense Secretary
Could Signal US Policy Shift on Iran
President Obama might be signaling plans to shift his administration's approach to an entrenched dispute over Iran's nuclear program by nominating a noted critic of hard-line policies to lead the Defense Department, a former Iranian nuclear negotiator and other expert observers said on Tuesday.
Obama has insisted he is ready to curb Iran's atomic ambitions through military force if diplomatic outreach and intensifying sanctions do not yield an agreement to resolve concerns that elements of Iran ostensibly peaceful atomic program are geared toward development of a nuclear-weapon capability.
Washington and Tehran have been "inching towards a confrontation" as the United States has sought to pressure Iran through isolation and covert action, said Hossein Mousavian, a one-time spokesman for Iran's nuclear negotiating team. However, the nomination of former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel (Neb.) could create "an opportunity to bring a peaceful solution to the Iranian nuclear dilemma" if the Senate confirms his nomination to the top Pentagon post and the designation of Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.) to become the next secretary of State, the former envoy told Global Security Newswire. More details on this story - LINK HERE.
Iran Denies Cyber Attacks on US Banks
IAEA Chief Not Optimistic on
Iranian Nuclear Talks