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It is interesting that America started from 13 colonies and there are 13 attributes of Mercy
This is not coincidence
The U.S. is demanding that Israel Withdraw to the 1967 Lines.
How would the US like it if The NATIVE AMERICANS demanded the US withdraw to the 1776 Lines ?
Since 1990, every time the American government has tried to fiddle with the borders of Israel, some kind of natural disaster has occurred to an American interest, and usually on American soil. We’re not talking only about one time, or five times, even ten times anymore. It’s been much more.
Is there a connection between natural disasters and harming Israel?
There is some interesting correlations between the weather, and forcing Israel to give up land.
God’s Final Warning to America
Below is a sampling of “record-size” natural events which coincided when the United States pressured Israel to give up its land for peace, as documented in John McTernan’s book, “God’s Final Warning to America“.
I just noticed maybe there is something to this when:
Israel in the
by his big Middle East speech Thursday, May 19, Barack Obama dropped a bombshell that took even the government of Israel by surprise. He announced not only a two-state solution, but that the borders must revert to the 1967 lines – something Israel will certainly never, ever do. Barack Obama’s proposal for Israel to pull back from the West Bank to behind the indefensible 1967 lines is down right crazy. Especially with all the unrest and uncertainty in the middle east and the Hamas/Fatah unification.
But all this is not as bad as President Barack Obama told 10,000 attentive delegates at AIPAC’s annual policy conference in Washington on Sunday morning he had specified that “the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps.” Mutually agreed, he repeated. Nothing was going to be imposed on Israel and, by definition, the notion of agreed swaps meant that Israel would not have to return to its vulnerable pre-’67 lines.
So which way is it, does Obama mean should the 1967 lines be a basis for peace talks or not ?
DOES OBAMA MEAN WHAT HE SAYS, CAN ONE TRUST ANYTHING THAT COMES OUT OF HIS MOUTH
WELL WHAT ABOUT :
Obama’s 2008 empty promise to Israel: Jerusalem will never be divided. Oops, looks like he kinda spaced that one yesterday.
Re: Joplin, MO Tornado
Kills at Least 89
Tornado devastation kills at least 89, leaves ‘total devastation’ in Missouri town
THERE SEEMS TO BE A PATTERN
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a joint news conference with Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman following their meeting at the State Department, June 17, 2009. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fractured her right elbow in a fall while on her way to the White House on Wednesday. Her chief of staff said Clinton was taken to George Washington University Hospital before returning home.
It is a bad fracture requiring surgery
The fall came after Clinton had held talks with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on so called “illegal settlements.”
The Obama administration and Israel gave no ground Wednesday in their opposing views over Jewish settlements in Palestinian territory despite speculation the two sides might be nearing compromise. The US and Israel Still Butting Heads on Settlements
Lieberman insisted that ”we had some understandings with the previous administration and we (will) try to keep this direction.”
Today we see
9 Jan 2010
Mitchell: Mideast stagnation
endangers US aid
On eve of visit to region, American special envoy threatens Israel with sanctions if it fails to advance peace talks, two-state solution.
On the eve of his visit to the Middle East, US special envoy George Mitchell threatened that his country would freeze its aid to Israel if the Jewish state failed to advance peace talks with the Palestinians and a two-state solution.
When he travels to the region, Mitchell is expected to be carrying letters of “guarantees” outlining the US position.
The letters are likely to contain gestures to both sides. For the Palestinians, that would include criticism of settlements and the belief that the borders that existed before the 1967 Arab-Israeli War should be the basis of a future peace deal.
For the Israelis, they would acknowledge that post-1967 demographic changes on the ground must be taken into account, meaning that Israel would be able to keep some settlements.
Clinton did not address the letters in her remarks. But she said the administration wanted a resolution that meets both the Palestinian goal of a clearly defined and viable state based on the borders that existed before the 1967 war “with agreed swaps” and the Israeli goal of security within boundaries that “reflect subsequent developments.”
“There is a hunger for a resolution of this matter, a two-state solution that would rebuke the terrorists and the naysayers, that would give the Palestinians a legitimate state for their own aspirations and would give the Israelis the security they deserve to have,” she said.
This is followed by
Saturday, January 9th, 2010 at 7:36 pm
A 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit Northern California about an hour ago. The Eureka, California earthquake was also felt in nearby Ferndale, California.
Maybe there is something to this
And,lest you think that this is only an urban legend, check it out for yourself at:
where it says:
Summaryof the eRumor: A list of ten dates on which there important events related to Israel along with natural disasters affecting the United States. The implication is that the U.S. had better pay attention to decisions about Israel … or else.
TheTruth: The historical accounts in this eRumor are, for the most part, accurate. What is left is the question of what do they mean? Believers in the email’s message say it means that if the U.S. wants to avoid natural disasters … be nice to Israel. Skeptics say that going through all the events in a particular span of years and finding apparent correlations doesn’t mean they were connected.
What They failed to include in the list was George Bush Sr.’s loss in the 1992 election (plummeting from an 80 percent post-war rating in only a matter of months!) to Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, someone with a past so shady that he earned the nickname, “Slick Willy.” What had seemed like a shoe-in for a second term after Operation Desert Storm quickly became a humiliating defeat.
Indeed, as it turned out, the election witnessed one of the largest voter turnouts in American history to date, but not as much to vote-in Clinton as to vote-out the incumbent President Bush. Apparently, he had just made good on his threat to suspend 10 billion dollars in loan guarantees to the Israeli government for not stopping construction of “settlements”. And, incidentally, it had been Vice-President Bush who had been the most outspoken against the Israeli surprise attack on the Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1984.
The-eRumor confirmation also stopped short of the eradication of Gush Katif in the summer of 2005, and the Level 5 Hurricane Katrina that had occurred the following week, pounding Louisiana, exiling many of its inhabitants, and destroying countless homes and businesses.
Believers: The connection was super-obvious, with newscasters on both sides of the ocean using similar terminology to describe the effects of each disaster.
Not to be outdone by his father, or to learn from his predecessor, George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States of America, continued on with the legacy of both, and suffered a similar fate. Yes, he sat for two terms, but he also had to watch his popularity erode day-after-day, in spite of his victory over Iraqi leader Suddam Hussein (ironically, it was the conclusion of the battle his father had started), until election day came around, when the U.S. Electorate once again come out in full force against his party, to vote the Republicans out of office with an overwhelming majority.
not only this, but the financial markets crashed right in time for the election, as if planned, triggering a world-wide recession, if not a depression. Banks went bust, while large companies were reduced to dust — and still are — as the Arabs pressure Western countries to pressure Israel into a two-state solution, and basically, national suicide, God forbid.
And, for the record, though contrary to popular belief, not giving the Arabs what they want just because they want it, and upsetting them to the point that they take revenge on the world, is not called being a threat to world peace. peace is never at the unwilling cost of other innocent people, as every other country in the world will tell you. That is, up until they start talking about the future of the State of Israel:
Now, I don’t suspect that the leaders of the world will pick up on this pattern of current history. I supposed that they are either too ignorant or too arrogant to come to the conclusion that not only is there a God, and not only does He run the world, but that He actually gets involved to such an extent as to cause reciprocal damage when that which He cherishes is abused.
If so, then maybe they are not expected to get it. Maybe, in the end, they are only expected to allow their ignorance and arrogance to be the source of their own undoing, as it seems to be these days. Maybe they are destined to go down, but at that own hands, measure-for-measure, as God seems to enjoy working. Just like Pharaoh at the beginning of Jewish history, the world’s leaders are the end of Jewish history are victims of their own blind spots and prejudices.
Here are a few more :
In 1991 as George Bush sat at the Madrid conference to discuss the surrender of more of the land of Israel to the Palestinians George Bush‘s summer home in Kennebunkport was being destroyed by a fierce storm.
US Sponsored Israeli-Palestinian Meetings Coincided with Two Major Record US Disasters in December –
Largest flood in Washington State’s history followed by the largest ice storm and power outage in Oklahoma’s history
Thursday, Nov. 29: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza met with the leaders of 18 American Jewish organizations to assure them that the Bush administration will not pressure Israel but, rather, facilitate talks between the two sides.
Ynet reported that along with her calming words for the leaders, Rice reminded them that President Bush has been the friendliest president towards Israel in American history, and that Israel should therefore accelerate talks with Palestinians to achieve as much as possible while Bush still sits in the White House.
Friday, Nov. 30: AccuWeather: ”It’s hard to believe how much energy is available for storms right now. Not only one, but two major disturbances will impact various parts of the country within the next 72 hours.”
Saturday, Dec. 1: AccuWeather: ”Two very potent winter storm systems are affecting the country today: one in the Northeast, and one in the Pacific Northwest. Both systems contain a great deal of snow and wind.”
Monday, Dec. 3: AccuWeather: Northern New England received more than a foot of snow through Tuesday. Schools from New York to Maine were canceled because of slick roads and 40-mph winds that have created near-blizzard conditions in some parts of New England.
Hurricane-force winds gusting to 100 mph were reported along the Oregon coast, with the highest reading at 129 mph at Bay City, the National Weather Service said. Massive rains produced flooding.
The governors of Washington and Oregon declared states of emergency, which could speed relief efforts in flood-hit areas.
Tuesday, Dec. 4: AccuWeather: ”The storm system that pummeled parts of Washington and Oregon on Monday will hang around for one more day. The good news is that this system will not pack nearly as much of a potent punch as it did yesterday.”
Wednesday, Dec. 5: AccuWeather: ”The flooding that has inundated the Northwest, greatly impacting lives and travel, will be part of historical records. Rivers have either risen to or will exceed record levels set during a 1996 storm.”
Damage could be in the billions of dollars, Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire said Wednesday.
Wednesday, Dec. 12: Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams met in Jerusalem for their first official meeting towards a permanent peace agreement since 2001. In their 90-minute meeting, they argued over Israel’s Jerusalem construction and Hamas rockets being fired from Gaza.
Wednesday, Dec. 12: Rice: Bush to take a more active role in Middle East peace process. Secretary of State Rice told USA Today that President Bush would be visiting the region because ”he very much wants to signal support for the bilateral process between the parties and to continue in a hands-on way to encourage them to move forward.”
Still, she described that approach as not one that says ”All right, I’m going to go ahead and fix this for you,” but one emphasizing talking to the parties, in which ”he’ll be able to get a strong sense of where the points of convergence are that maybe they won’t see, and where the points are divergence are as well.”
Wednesday, Dec. 12: About 468,000 homes and businesses in Oklahoma still had no power — the state suffering its worst power outage on record. Utility officials said it could be a week to 10 days before power is fully restored.
Elsewhere, around 228,000 customers were still blacked out in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska. Kansas’ tally had risen sharply — to 130,000 on Wednesday from Tuesday’s 15,000 — as rural electric cooperatives reported in and falling branches brought down more power lines.
Thursday, Dec. 13: In Oklahoma, at least 315,000 homes and businesses were still without power, officials said. In Missouri, about 35,000 customers remained in the dark, said Al Butkus, spokesman for utility Aquila Inc.
Friday, Dec. 14: The second wintry blast could complicate efforts to restore power to the more than 280,000 homes and businesses in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri still blacked out after the first storm put a million customers in the dark at its height this week.
Utilities in the Plains said nearly 400,000 customers remained without power on Friday due to ice storms this week. Electric companies reported that more than 800,000 of the 1.2 million customers who lost power have had it restored.
Saturday, Dec. 15: Oklahoma utilities said about 181,000 homes and businesses still had no electricity. Some 62,000 were still blacked out in Kansas
This book says a lot concerning National Disasters and American foreign Policy towards Israel
in John McTernan’s book, “God’s Final Warning to America“.
This is also a interesting thought :
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