What If?

What if the leaders of the world are not the buffoons they appear to be? I read a lot of prophecy commentary that ask, Why? Why is the U.S. and the rest of the P5+1 so determined to broker a deal with Iran? Why are they so blinded to the legitimate threat and deceitfulness of Iran? Why do they insist a diplomatic, peaceful solution is possible? Are they really so ignorant?

No. I don’t think for a minute they are deceived by the possibility that Iran will agree to their deal. In fact, I would not be the least bit surprised to learn they WANT Iran to go nuclear and destroy Israel. With Israel wiped out, they would have a “legitimate” reason to retaliate against all those irritating middle east countries and thus declare the middle east, and its resources, for themselves. We know already through God’s prophetic Word that the anti-Christ will plop himself down in the temple and declare himself God. They want the region for themselves. Problem is, there must be an Israel in order for there to be a temple. Perhaps they are hoping Israel will finally say enough is enough and take care of the middle east problem for them. That is very likely, and is probably what will ultimately happen. Then a peace deal will be signed with Israel and there you have it; the beginning of the tribulation.

Regardless, I do not believe for a minute that the world leaders are the imbeciles they appear to be. However, they ARE greatly deceived by the father of lies.

U.S. Mideast envoy quits after attempt at peace deal


WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. special Mideast envoy Martin Indyk resigned on Friday to return to a Washington think-tank in a move symbolizing the collapse of the latest American effort to forge an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal. .


Indyk’s departure, while not unexpected due to the failure of the talks, comes amid turmoil in the region and as relations between Israel and the Palestinians are at a low point with little hope for a resumption in negotiations.

Secretary of State John Kerry said in a statement that Indyk, a former U.S. ambassador to Israel, would return to his position as vice president and director of foreign policy at The Brookings Institution think-tank in Washington but would continue to serve as special adviser on Mideast peace issues.

“Ambassador Indyk has invested decades of his extraordinary career to the mission of helping Israelis and Palestinians achieve a lasting peace. It’s the cause of Martin’s career, and I’m grateful for the wisdom and insight he’s brought to our collective efforts,” Kerry said.

“The United States remains committed not just to the cause of peace, but to resuming the process when the parties find a path back to serious negotiations,” Kerry said. Continue Reading