Gail (4 Jan 2012)
"You gotta see THE BIG PICTURE: Intercession is Critical Right Now. Fast and Pray for the United States Military, and Israel's IDF Forces"



 

I said all along it's shifting from the U.S. to the EU, 'cause that's where P.Charles will emerge.

Offer of Nuclear Talks Designed to Split US and EU and Avoid Embargo

Iran has offered to the EU to resume nuclear talks a gambit that bought Iran plenty of time in the last decade will it work again?
By Amiel Ungar
12/31/2011 

The Iranian proposal to rejoin EU-led talks over its nuclear program is a classic divide and rule tactic.  The Iranians are banking that the US will be isolated in the UN.

Iran is banking on the fact that the European Union would jump at the opportunity of Nuclear talks. Iran remains a major trading partner with Germany. Europe given its parlous economic conditions would not relish a conflict breaking out over Iran that could lead to skyrocketing oil prices.  Talks with Iran would of course boost the prestige of the European Union that will welcome a shot in the arm from any possible direction.

The Europeans were suckered into this game in the previous decade and will they will insist this time on serious concessions from Tehran or will EU Cahterine Ashton's remarks about no preconditions represent the European stance.

Iran warns US over aircraft carrier, 'we insist that this warship not return...and we warn only once' AAP January 03, 2012

"We advise the US aircraft carrier and insist that this warship not return to its former base in the Persian Gulf," according to the armed forces website.

The US keeps at least one aircraft carrier in or near the Gulf at all times, on rotations of weeks or months. It maintains the base of its Fifth Fleet in the Gulf state of Bahrain.

Adding to the tensions, Iran's Revolutionary Guards, whose maritime division handles military operations in the strait and the Gulf, are soon to hold their own manoeuvres in the area.

01/03/12

The potential for Iran-US conflict sent a shiver through oil markets Tuesday, helping oil prices jump more than a dollar a barrel.

There was no sign of a let-up in the tensions.

US President Barack Obama at the weekend signed into law new sanctions targeting Iran's central bank, which processes most of the Islamic republic's oil export sales.

The European Union, which is mulling an embargo on Iranian oil, is expected to announce further sanctions of its own at the end of January.

A lot is poised to happen way before the end of January.

The EU is more than happy to let the U.S. stick it's neck out militarily while they watch. In turn, criticizing Israel for it's treatment of arabs. 

It is Bible Prophecy, I hate to see it come to pass, but I know my Father is JUST.

 

The United States and many Western nations believe Iran is developing an atomic arsenal. 

In a gesture calculated to underline progress it has made, Iran's atomic energy organisation said sunday(01/01/12) its scientists had made the country's first nuclear fuel rod from indigenous uranium.

 

Recap-

An earthquake and tsunami that devastated a large area of northern Japan, and the radioactive emissions from the damaged nuclear reactors — about one-tenth of what came out of Chernobyl in 1986 — caused a global minipanic.

 

In my last post, I pointed out- 

 

Where is Qatar, UAE, and Saudi Arabia?

Directly across from the Iranian coastline that contains the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant

 

Iran raid 'will be nuclear disaster'

By TARIQ KHONJI
January 9, 2007
ENVIRONMENTAL contamination could affect the entire region if Israel goes ahead with reported plans to attack Iran's uranium enrichment facilities or if there is an earthquake, a Bahraini expert warned yesterday.
However, Bahrain University physics professor Dr Waheeb Alnaser said things could get much worse if Israel decides to attack the power plant in Bushehr.
Dr Alnaser fears that Israel may go even further by attacking Iran's power plant in Bushehr, describing this as
a major disaster for the whole region.
"I'm not saying there would be no environmental damage from attacking Iran's uranium enrichment plants, but the danger is 100 times worse if they attack an active nuclear reactor" he said.
Dr Alnaser said that winds would carry the pollution to the GCC countries, potentially making them uninhabitable.
From an environmental standpoint, destroying uranium before it becomes radioactive is much better than when it is in operation in a nuclear plant, he explained.
"It is much safer than when it is in the core of a nuclear power plant."
"At least this way the pollution would be one-off, instead of having continuous nuclear activity at our doorstep," he continued. He also severely criticised the International Atomic Energy Agency for failing to uncover Iran's heavy water plant, which can be used to produce Tritium, a main ingredient in atomic bombs.
 

"The Americans had been warning of this, but we dismissed it because they often lie about such things," he explained.
"It turns out, however, that they were speaking the truth. The agency failed to uncover this and we only found out after Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced it himself."

He said Iran could have very easily built its nuclear power plant on the Arabian Sea, where there are no countries nearby, but insisted on building it in Bushehr - which is closer to the Gulf countries than it is to Tehran.
"If Iran wants the rest of the world to care about its environment in the event of a nuclear strike, it should also take into consideration the concerns of neighbouring countries. It didn't do this," he continued.
Dr Alnaser said a regional nuclear disaster could occur as a result of unforeseen events such as an earthquake.
"How can we trust a country that was unable to help its own people during the 2004 earthquake in Iran? They had to rely on help from their enemies, the Americans," he said.
"An earthquake in the location of the nuclear power plant could very well cause a disaster.
Dr Alnaser called on all GCC countries to purchase devices that would detect radioactive pollutants in the air that could drift from Iran.
"This pollution could be catastrophic."

 

It's all a trigger for Psalm 83, Isaiah 17 and the 'fallout' that the United States of America will suffer from aiding Israel. 

The Rambam Gate took a 'hit' from an earthquake in 2008. More tremors are on the way, and at critical junctures in the time frame we are now looking at.

Earthquake Measuring 5.3 Damages Temple Mount 2/17/2008 An earthquake shook Israel at 12:37 PM Friday. The only damage reported in Israel was on the Temple Mount and near Shechem (Nablus).

And what else do the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar have in common?

All of them combined hold an estimated $2.1 trillion in dollar reserves. World Bank president Robert Zoellickhe in Istanbul ahead of meetings(October 2009) referenced the Secret Currency Meetings- that have been held by finance ministers and central bank governors in Russia, China, Japan and Brazil to work on the scheme, which will mean that oil will no longer be priced in dollars.

 

Now if they're already debating shifting from Dollar oil trades, what happens when the U.S., aided by Israel, cause Environmental Havoc or is seen to of, even if it is an actual Earthquake that does the damage?  This is a critical time not only Militarily, but Economically.  

I've posted over and over, that the Muslim Nations do not see Obama as helping them-

From Morocco to UAE, less than ten percent support Obama’s policies.

These developments create space for other actors to engage in the region and to have more credibility.

 

Poll: Obama’s Outreach Has Not Improved Arabs’ Views of the U.S.

Obama middle east

President Obama in a visit to the Blue Mosque in Istanbul Turkey on April 7, 2009.  

(CNSNews.com) – Two years of outreach to the Arab-Islamic world by the Obama administration apparently has not ushered in more favorable opinions of the United States among Arabs, according to a new poll of attitudes in six key Mideast countries.

Favorable views of the U.S. among respondents in the Zogby International poll have dropped by more than half across the six countries compared with a similar survey conducted two years ago – from an average 33 percent in 2009 to 15 percent in 2011.

In four of the six countries polled – Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and the United Arab Emirates – favorable opinions of the U.S. are even lower now than they were in 2008, the final year of President Bush’s second term.

In the countries – Egypt, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia – they are  down noticeably from 2009, when the poll was conducted several months after President Obama took office.

Comparing the data with earlier Zogby polls since 2002, the only time respondents across the six countries were less favorably inclined towards the U.S. than they are this year was in 2004, in the aftermath of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. 

“In the two years since his famous ‘Cairo speech,’ ratings for both the U.S. and the President have spiraled downwards. The President is seen overwhelmingly as failing to meet the expectations set during his speech, and the vast majority of those surveyed disagree with U.S. policies."

 

The only thing Obama is good at, is playing 'Dodgeball'.

 

Mid-Point - March 21st 2013

God Bless
gail