Gail (4 March 2011)
"Re: Dean Fox"

I posted Daniel Pinner's article as an illustration to show the Angelic forces have always worked on Israel's behalf.  I definitely don't think that the conflict spoken of in Psalms 83 is in the past.  I think the past points to the future and vice/versa. 
 All of what we are seeing in our headlines today points to an energy/resource crisis.  Israel just taped into their huge natural gas finds.

Israel's Tamar field is said to contain about 8 trillion cubic meters of gas. In December, gas exploration companies led by U.S.-based Noble Energy announced that another deposit in Israeli waters, Leviathan, contained some 16 trillion cubic meters.

And you know what also fascinated me about the recap on the 1967 war?  I had never learned the history on Yitzhak Rabin.  What deception  on his part, at such a critical time. 
I saw that Rabin closely resembles Israel Minister of Defense Ehud Barak.
Barak: Opportunity exists for peace talks with Syria

Defense minister believes Egypt won’t become "Jeffersonian democracy," but sees no danger to peace treaty.

Speaking about the chances of peace in the region, Barak said he believes there is an opportunity to hold talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad
“The Syrians are signaling in more ways than one that they want to reach an agreement,” Barak said without elaborating.
Syria and Iran agree to cooperate on naval training  By JPOST.COM  
The agreement came days after two Iranian warships – the Khark, which has 250 crew members and can carry three helicopters, and the Alvand, which is armed with torpedoes and anti-ship missiles – arrived at Syria’s Latakia seaport on Thursday via through the Suez Canal.

The announcement of the cooperation agreement came the same day that Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said that Russia would fulfill its contractual obligation and complete the transfer of cruise missiles to Syria, according to an AFP report. 
“I don’t like it, but I don’t think that any one of us should be worried by it,” Barak said.
Just like Rabin constantly downplayed the threat to Israel's security pre-june 1967, Ehud Barak is doing the exact same.
And the Israeli government is by no means unified right now:
Netanyahu Asked to Choose - Barak, or Likud 03/01/11
“Tell the Prime Minister: Choose either Ehud Barak, or us. We will not allow the Likud government to be used by Barak as his base from which to attack settlers,” he said in an appeal to the MKs(members of Knesset).
Those IDF forces are getting more 'frayed' by the day, so much protest going on, on so many fronts.
The U.S. is in for a its 'reality check'.

Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company, Saudi Aramco.

In 2007, Aramco’s former head of exploration Sadad al-Husseini told the US consul general in Riyadh that the firm had purposely overstated its reserves by 40% to spur foreign investment.


Thu Mar 3, 2011 

BREGA, Libya - Muammar Gaddafi's forces struck at rebel control of oil export hubs in Libya's east for a second day on Thursday.



And who's lying? Everyone.

The people in public office do not want the public in on the truth.

Resources are getting scarcer by the day, whether food or energy. Costs are set to rise astronomically, with economies on the brink. 

Our State by State dissent is just beginning. 


The competitiveness for those precious resources is well underway.


Mark 13:8

For nation shall rise (to become active in opposition or resistance) against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be earthquakes in divers places, and there shall be famines and troubles: these [are] the beginnings of sorrows.



God Bless,