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Will President Trump become more involved in what’s happening in the Middle East and Syria in particular? It appears that the Trump Administration is moving ahead to unseat Assad. Trump can’t not know about the Qatar-Turkey Pipeline and Assad’s resistance to it. If Assad is taken out and some puppet placed in, while this might not upset any of Trump’s other positive plans for the US, it will go a long way in making the Clintons exceedingly wealthy, giving them tremendous power as they (along with several countries in the Middle East), take control of the gas/oil situation in Europe and kill Russia’s economy at the same time.
Many on the Left deny that this soft invasion is occurring. They intone that we need to welcome, feed, cloth, and shelter these “refugees” or “immigrants.” Their deceit is seen for what it is as these same Leftists have no concern for a country’s current homeless. Politicians and leaders exercise no concern for homeless Vets or others, leaving them to rot in the street. But somehow, all the unvetted and unwilling-to-assimilate people from third world countries need to be given top priority? These leaders and politicians are accountable for the wasted resources and their ignoring Americans with true needs.
The truth is that the people called “Palestinians” are a construct, a PR creation to advance an ideology and narrative that deposes Israel and Jews living in the Middle East. It is also important to understand why Israel continues to exist and the plans God has for Israel’s future.
You’ll undoubtedly note that many world leaders today are downplaying “nationalism” even calling it racist or bigoted. World leaders do not want average people to support their countries because those leaders see a one-world system approaching and nationalism will simply get in the way of that. This again is why Islam is useful to globalists because Islam tears away at the fabric of nationalism with its hate-filled ideology that sees only Islam as rightful dominating influence throughout the world as it seeks to build its final caliphate. Of course, while globalists allow it seemingly free reign (castigating those who warn against Islam’s encroachment), these same globalists will push back against Islam (so they think), when Islam has done enough of the dirty work against western civilization, values, and Christianity itself.
According to Wikileaks documents recently released, something called “Dark Matter” has been used by spy agencies in the USA to compromise iPhones, iPads, and computers running Windows 10. Surveillance programs are dropped onto these devices often after leaving the factory, intercepted, worked on, then sent on their way. Some of this has been going on since 2008 so there’s a good chance that the devices we use daily have been eavesdropping on us. While many on the Left will say, “Hey, I’ve got nothing to hide so if the government wants to spy on me, I have no worries,” that’s really besides the point. The fact that there are laws to protect the privacy of individuals are still in place yet it is clear that many of these laws have been ignored. Oh, and by the way, Julian Assange has stated that he has only released 1% of all CIA-related documents. Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
Instead of trying to do something about all the Islamic violence in the world and the criminality brought to America by those illegally here, the Left believes these people should be coddled and embraced even if they end up killing the person embracing them. Again, the one-panel cartoon at the top of this article states the case well. But while Christianity is allegedly one “violently oppressive” religion which must be eradicated, the same does not apply to Islam because it’s relatively new compared to Christianity. That’s an excuse the Left would like us to believe, but in the end it’s still an excuse.
While God held Israel to a very high standard, He did not necessarily hold other nations to that same standard and why would He, since He had not revealed Himself or His covenants and commandments to those other nations? Israel was different. Israel was expected to take care of their own as God took care of them. Jesus spoke about this often and the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5 – 7) is just one example of Jesus reminding the people of Israel how they were supposed to live.