Gail (19 July 2012)
"A prophetic UN vote on Syria July 19th 2012?"


Please keep the many people of Central Asia in your prayers.
July 18th, 2012-
The UN Security Council postponed a vote Wednesday on a Western-drafted resolution calling for sanctions against Syria following a request from international envoy Kofi Annan.

The vote on the resolution is now expected  Thursday morning July 19th, while the five permanent members of the council- Britain, China, France, Russia and United States- hold more negotiations on the Syria crisis.

"We will be voting tomorrow morning," said Britain's UN Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant, whose country took the lead in drawing up the sanctions resolution.

Annan sent a message to the Security Council powers asking for the delay a few hours before the scheduled vote. The UN-Arab League envoy "feels it is still possible to get a compromise with Russia on the resolution."

I've said before that I believe UK's David Cameron stands in the way of the European Superstate, and it's universal banking/currency. 

Well he just happens to be traveling right now- 

Cameron arrived in Afghanistan- 07/18/12

British Prime Minister David Cameron flew into Afghanistan Wednesday on an unannounced visit, arriving in the southern city of Lashkar Gar, capital of Helmand province, where British forces are based.

Cameron is expected to meet Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul during his visit. 

 

What else lies near Afghanistan-

The Usoi dam was created in the winter of 1911 after an earthquake caused a rock slide that completely blocked the valley of the Bartang River in the Pamir Mountains of southeastern Tajikistan. At present the dam impounds 17 million cubic meters of water in Lake Sarez. A major flood emanating from Lake Sarez could be devastating to millions of people downstream, not only in Tajikistan but also in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan.

 

Daniel 11:20

Then shall stand up in his estate a raiser of taxes in the glory of the kingdom: but within few days he shall be destroyed, neither in anger, nor in battle.

I think it pertains to UK Prime Minister David Cameron, Please keep it in your prayers.

 

Mid-Point - March 21st, 2013

God Bless

gail