Gail (28 July 2011)
"Psalm 83 happening,  Just like Clockwork"

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Power sector in the Middle East has been growing strongly for the past few years and has been attracting international players for investment in generation, transmission, and distribution of electricity. Middle East countries like UAE, Jordan, Turkey, etc. have shown tremendous performance in electricity demand and installed capacity and are further poised to register impressive growth in the coming years. Increasing population, rapid industrialization, and construction boom are among the prime factors pushing the electricity demand in the region and thus, resulting in a burgeoning electricity sector with huge future growth potentials.

According to our latest research report Middle East Power Sector Analysisi Qatar witnessed record growth in power demand among the GCC countries in 2010. Even in the wake of economic slowdown, the electricity production and consumption exhibited year-on-year growth. Rapidly growing economy and increasing residential demand have fueled the growth of the power sector in the country. UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, etc. also have strong future growth potentials. The governments in these countries have liberalized policies pertaining to the electricity sector and are currently in the process of formulating privatization strategies. This has attracted significant investments in the private sectors of the Middle East countries. The privatization of the electricity sector will not only strengthen their power generation infrastructure, but will also facilitate towards efficient management of transmission and distribution providing a desired balance between power demand-supply mechanisms.

The developments are not just limited to conventional oil and gas-based power generation infrastructure, but the countries are also striving hard towards utilizing their available renewable energy potentials. In addition, the countries have set an ambitious goal of producing some percentage of power through renewable energy sources in the coming years.

The shift from U.S. to EU:

The European Role and the Aspirations of the Arab People 07/22/11

This decade has seen a shift in the relations that Arabs have with Europe, with the wave of change that swept the region with the beginning of the year. Yet the sovereign debt and Euro-zone crises have both held back the European Union, and brought many European countries into a shortfall of, or even to reneging on, the promises and pledges they had made. The European interest in the events of Libya, Syria, Yemen, Bahrain, Iran and Lebanon, as well as in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, has not regressed. On the contrary, every time the United States has lagged behind in Libya or in Syria for example, the European countries have helped resuscitate American interest, so that it may not fall into the slumber that usually comes when it fixates itself upon its domestic affairs, especially during an elections period.  

The importance of the European role thus lies in either filling the vacuum or coordinating roles with the American ally in supporting fledgling Arab democracies. The European Union's role also lies in seizing the opportunity of the strategic Palestinian-European partnership offered to the EU, as well as other strategic partnerships with those actively shaping a brighter future for the Arabs.

The veteran Jordanian diplomat Marwan Muasher, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment, considers that the interests at stake between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia range from those where their stances are identical to those on which the two countries hold diametrically opposed positions, such as the issue of reform. Mr. Muasher says that "there is an urgent need for the two sides to sit together at the highest levels to resolve all issues", because taking the risk of leaving things as they are would be taking a tremendous risk. Today, perhaps part of what has had a negative effect on their relations or on communication between the two sides is the issue of reform in the Arab region. The Obama administration disagrees with Saudi Arabia in terms of the nature of reform and of the priority of preserving governments through cosmetic or slow reforms. It is inevitable to hold frank talks, and at the highest levels, over such core disagreements. The relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia does not have a single dimension, but is a multifaceted relationship, involving issues such as the pace of reform, the fate of governments and regimes, as well as matters of security ensuing from the collapse of certain regimes, or the survival of others. Yemen, Iran, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Libya, as well as Egypt, all enter into consideration in American-Saudi relations. The interests that are affected by deterioration or tension in these relations are major interests, and involve both security and economic issues. Here, Europe plays a key role in three important issues, Iran, Syria and the Palestinian-Israeli peace process -- bearing in mind that Yemen is nearly an American-Saudi issue, which in turn needs to be discussed at the highest levels.

Meanwhile, Catherine Ashton is competent and capable of charting a role for the European Union to play, one that would serve democratic aspirations and place Europe on the map as a political player and as a partner, not merely as a fund or as a proxy as in the past.


I posted in May 2011, that:

I believe Israel's oil discovery comes as a result of the Psalm 83 war that we are f-a-s-t approaching.  

After Israel destroys Damascus Syria, they are wraked with guilt.

Will they have Energy Independence?

Not a chance.

Israel was the first middle east nation to sign The European Neighbourhood Policy.

That's the same policy that will be used to Dictate their huge energy profits.
Daniel 9:27  And he shall confirm the covenant with many for one week.

Daniel 11:39 Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many, and shall divide the land for gain.


Are we approaching a United Nations Amendment where the United States votes against Israel?


ISRAEL: Natural gas deposits stir waters with Lebanon July 27,2011

European Neighborhood Policy, the Progressive Seven-Year Accord Involving Israel and the EU and currently on hold. 

Mideast envoy role for UK prince?

October 20, 2001

The Prince of Wales may act as an unofficial envoy in the war against terrorism, it has emerged.

It is understood his close contacts with Saudi Arabia and sympathetic understanding of Islam would help the international coalition shore up support in the Arab world.

St James' Palace - the prince's official residence in London - and Downing Street both refused to give details of what the Prince's role could be, but sources confirmed it was something that was being looked at.


And more than anyone else in the world, P.Charles lectures on the virtues of Islam.

Daniel 9:26

26.) And after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.


Alot has changed since 2001.

Major Upheaval and Political Crisis is taking place.

More than ever, the International coalition needs to shore up support in the Arab world.

Time for an EU Superstate.

Just one thing is lacking... The Crippling Demise of the United States of America.


God Bless,