Day: October 12, 2016
East Coast Expecting The Sixth Seal (Revelation 6:12)
United States Fault Lines Map – Earthquakes could also happen in East Coast and in the Midwest Cites
Antichrist Influencing the Iraqi Elections (Revelation 13)
Russian Nuclear Horn Moves West (Daniel 7)
Russia moves Iskander nuclear missiles to Kaliningrad as UK deploys troops to Poland | World | News | Daily Express Vladimir PutinGETTY Moscow has confirmed the army is moving the nuclear-capable Iskander-M missiles into Kaliningrad Moscow has confirmed the army is moving the nuclear-capable Iskander-M missiles into Kaliningrad – bordering Poland and Lithuania. At the same time, 650 British troops are being deployed to eastern Europe to repel Russia’s expanding dominance in the region. The Kremlin said in a statement they were being stationed in the Russian enclave “as part of military training of the Russian armed forces”. Mr Putin’s actions will also increase pressure on NATO members to increase their contributions to European defences. Lithuania, neighbouring Kaliningrad and a member of NATO, has said the government will protest to Moscow, while Germany and Poland are also expected to react angrily to the missile deployment, particularly as the Iskander can hit targets 450 miles away, putting the German capital Berlin in range. NATO is readying a fast-reaction force of several thousands troops in the east of Europe alongside Britain’s commitment to an additional 650 soldiers. Around 500 will be based in Estonia while 150 will be stationed in Estonia. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon warned on Sunday the world was seeing “a much more aggressive Russia”. He said: “We hoped Russia would become a partner to us in the West, but clearly Russia has decided to be a competitor. “They said that right at the beginning they were going to come in and help us fight Daesh [Islamic State], they haven’t done that. “They’ve been helping (Syrian president Bashar) Assad bomb his own people, they’ve been flexing their muscles in the Black Sea, they’ve been militarising in Crimea, we’ve seen this pressure on the Baltic states, and they’ve tried to interfere in elections – they even tried to interfere on the Dutch referendum on the Ukraine association agreement.” Kaliningrad, which is separate from the Russian mainland and on the Baltic Sea, houses dozens of warships, submarines, land troops, a naval brigade and two military airbases. Commanders fear that in a conflict Russia’s significant military buildup in the area could hinder attempts by NATO to reach the Baltic states and north-eastern Poland. Express.co.uk revealed earlier this year how a 40-mile stretch of land in north-east Poland could be the achilles heel in Europe’s border which Russia could exploit to launch an invasion. The Suwalki Gap – measuring just 40-miles wide – is the only link between Poland and the Baltic states. But the area is surrounded by the Russian province of Kaliningrad to the north and Kremlin-friendly Belarus to the south. NATO commanders have expressed concerns if Moscow’s forces seized the thin slither of land, the three Baltic states – Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia – would be left isolated and helpless to a Russian invasion.
Obama Pays Off Iran (Ezekiel 17)
140731_600Fact-Check: Yes, the Nuclear Deal Hands ‘$150 Billion’ Over to Iran Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi accused “extremist lobbies” in the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia of stirring up animosity towards Iran to prevent it from reaping the benefits of a landmark nuclear deal During the opening statements on Sunday night’s presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump described the Iran nuclear deal as a “one-sided transaction” that would result in $150 billion returning to the coffers of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Fact-Check: MOSTLY TRUE “When I look at the Iran deal and how bad a deal it is for us, it’s a one-sided transaction where we’re giving back $150 billion to a terrorist state – really, the number one terrorist state,” Trump told the audience, responding to a question from the audience. “We’ve made them a strong country from, really, a very weak country just three years ago.” Trump has made this claim regarding the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), as the Iran nuclear deal is officially known, and received some criticism for it. Fact-checking websites such as Politifact have argued that Trump’s claim is false because “the money is already Iran’s to begin with,” but not denied that this amount of money would return to the control of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei thanks to the deal. The New York Times has argued that the $150 billion estimate is a fabrication by “congressional Republicans” far from the real amount of money Iran would once again control. As Algemeiner, citing Omri Ceren of the Israel Project, notes, the twelve-figure estimate of the money the deal would return to Iranian control came from President Barack Obama, not Republicans. President Obama said in an interview that Iran “has $150 billion parked outside the country,” arguing that not all of its funds under sanctions will be unfrozen immediately because “unwinding the existing restraints… takes a certain amount of time.” This money does not include a separate $1.7 billion payment to the government of Iran, allegedly to atone for an arms sales agreement that never went through after the 1979 Islamic revolution. The U.S. government handed over that money the same day that Iran released several American citizens imprisoned on dubious charges. Both President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry, who played a major role in brokering the Iran nuclear deal, have admitted that the Iranian regime will likely use the money to fund terrorism, particularly activity by the Shiite terrorist organization Hezbollah.