Monday, 14 October 2019

Prophecy Update End Times News Headlines - 10/13/19

Revelation 11:15-19- As Good As Done

How Terrible Does Turkey Have to Get?

In this mailing:
  • Burak Bekdil: How Terrible Does Turkey Have to Get?
  • Andrew Ash: Climate's "Extinction Rebellion" and the Child Stalking Horse

How Terrible Does Turkey Have to Get?

by Burak Bekdil  •  October 14, 2019 at 5:00 am
Facebook  Twitter  Addthis  Send  Print
  • So where is this "economic devastation" against Turkey? Or does that make two promises that the U.S. has not kept?
  • Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, has been threatening to flood Europe with more refugees. "We will open the gates and send 3.6 million refugees your way," he promised on October 10.
  • Meanwhile, obscenely, Erdoğan has been invited to the White House for November 13.
  • The real crime was for the US to betray the Kurds -- savory or not -- by making promises it did not keep... and leaving the world to wonder which Middle East ally the US will double-cross next. Take a guess?
The funeral of Kurdish politician, Hevrin Khalaf, who was dragged by from her car and executed by Turkish forces. Photo: Getty Images.
Turkey's military offensive into the overwhelmingly Kurdish northeastern Syria is sending messages on many wavelengths. One consequence is beyond dispute: Turkey is adding further chaos, bloodshed and tears to a region already in turmoil. The U.S. had apparently "assur[ed] Kurdish protection from Turkey." Trump spoke of "economic devastion" if Kurdish forces were attacked. "As I have stated strongly before, and just to reiterate, if Turkey does anything that I, in my great and unmatched wisdom, consider to be off limits, I will totally destroy and obliterate the Economy of Turkey (I've done before!)," Trump tweeted on October 7. [Microsoft may thoughtfully have censored this tweet for you. Ed.]
So where is this "economic devastation" against Turkey? Or does that make two promises that the U.S. has not kept?

Climate's "Extinction Rebellion" and the Child Stalking Horse

by Andrew Ash  •  October 14, 2019 at 4:00 am
Facebook  Twitter  Addthis  Send  Print
  • Their "cause", right or wrong, seems to be what matters. Even as they are cheered along by doting parents, political agitators and junk science, the sad fact remains that solar flares -- apparently the leading cause of climate change -- do not award monetary research grants.
  • While it is undoubtedly better not to choke the world with plastic, the Israelis and others have fortunately invented several varieties of fibre as strong as plastic but as soluble as an orange peel -- and reportedly often safely edible.
  • Rather than shedding some light on a difficult, and complex problem, the climate protestors seem merely to be fuelling the increasingly divisive world in which we live. As the former chief of staff of US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez admitted this summer, the Green New Deal was not conceived as an effort to deal with climate change, but instead a "how-do-you-change-the-entire economy thing".
  • What they seem to want to change it into, however, is socialism: governmental control of the economy, including the means of production and distribution. Historically, socialism has only led to lowered standards of living and rationing for everyone, to cut costs. Here in the UK, in the National Health Service, qualified people apparently do not want to work hard for less. Everyone ends up poorer and with services that are wanting... What is needed is growth: better education and the creation of more jobs... rather than attacking the "rich" [read: middle class] and blaming them for inequalities.
  • When the closest one has ever got to an occupation is by occupying other another person's place of work, the right to preach morality appears a dubious one.
Just when you thought it was safe to travel into London again without getting caught up in the mayhem of yet another protest, climate change activists have organised a whole two weeks of it, which kicked off on October 7. Pictured: Climate change activists protesting on Lambeth Bridge, in London, on October 7, 2019. (Photo by Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images)
Just when you thought it was safe to travel into London again without getting caught up in the mayhem of yet another protest, climate change activists have organised a whole two weeks of it, which kicked off on October 7.
"Extinction Rebellion UK" appears to be a rag-tag collective of millennial and post-middle-aged eco-warriors, with three attributes in common -- conservation, the love of the sound of their own voices, and having not enough to do with their time.
Not content with having already brought mayhem to London earlier in the year, or having brought Manchester to a standstill last month, or even having disrupted cities throughout the UK, during the September 20 "strike" -- where their school-age counterparts bunked off for the day to do the same thing, "XRUK" have planned to occupy parts of central London, supposedly "in an attempt to save the planet".

It’s Middle East Mayhem As U.S. Pulls Out All Troops In Front Of Rapidly Advancing Turkish Army Leaving Syria In The Hands Of Erdogan And Putin

New post on Now The End Begins

It’s Middle East Mayhem As U.S. Pulls Out All Troops In Front Of Rapidly Advancing Turkish Army Leaving Syria In The Hands Of Erdogan And Putin

by Geoffrey Grider

Islamic State Affiliates Break Free From Camp in Syria

The Kurdish fighters in Syria had few options after the United States abandoned them, and it had been anticipated they would turn to Assad’s government for support.

Here's a little Bible Prophecy 101 for you: The Old Testament prophets all tell us that Syria in general is a major end times player, with Damascus being mentioned repeatedly in particular and singled out for ultimate destruction during the Battle of Armageddon just prior to the Second Coming. Also we read out RussiaChinaIran and Turkey as playing major roles. Care to hazard a guess which world superpower is absent from your end times scorecard? You guess it, it's the most powerful nation on the face of the Earth who is looking more and more like its about to be put out to pasture. Who am I talking about? Us, the United States of America. We don't even get a passing mention, that should tell you how great our fall from power is about to be.
"The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap. The cities of Aroer are forsaken: they shall be for flocks, which shall lie down, and none shall make them afraid. The fortress also shall cease from Ephraim, and the kingdom from Damascus, and the remnant of Syria: they shall be as the glory of the children of Israel, saith the LORD of hosts." Isaiah 17:1-3 (KJV)
As the slaughter in Syria intensifies, with over 130,000 persons already displaced in the first 5 days of fighting, it is becoming obvious that Turkey is not there to "defend its borders' as they had said. They are in Syria to take control of the northern part of it, which coincidentally is right near where the Golan Heights is located as well. Israel is the center of bible prophecy, and it doesn't take a prophet to tell you that if Turkey is allowed to continue then Israel will be forced to defend themselves as well.

ISIS Affiliates Break Free From Camp in Syria

FROM THE AP: Syria’s Kurds said Syrian government forces agreed Sunday to help them fend off Turkey’s invasion — a major shift in alliances that came after President Donald Trump ordered all U.S. troops withdrawn from the northern border area amid the rapidly deepening chaos.
The shift could lead to clashes between Turkey and Syria and raises the specter of a resurgent Islamic State group as the U.S. relinquishes any remaining influence in northern Syria to President Bashar Assad and his chief backer, Russia.
Adding to the turmoil Sunday, hundreds of Islamic State families and supporters escaped from a holding camp in Syria amid the fighting between Turkish forces and the Kurds.
The fast-deteriorating situation was set in motion last week, when Trump ordered U.S. troops in northern Syria to step aside, clearing the way for an attack by Turkey, which regards the Kurds as terrorists. Since 2014, the Kurds have fought alongside the U.S. in defeating the Islamic State in Syria, and Trump’s move was decried at home and abroad as a betrayal of an ally.
Over the past five days, Turkish troops and their allies have pushed their way into northern towns and villages, clashing with the Kurdish fighters over a stretch of 200 kilometers (125 miles). The offensive has displaced at least 130,000 people.
On Sunday, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said all American troops will withdraw from northern Syria because of the increasing danger of getting caught in the crossfire.
“We have American forces likely caught between two opposing advancing armies, and it’s a very untenable situation,” he said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” He did not say how many would withdraw or where they would go but that they represent most of the 1,000 U.S. troops in Syria.
Turkey fires first shots: Ankara bombs Kurdish supply route ahead of invasion to create a 'peace corridor' along border just hours after Trump pulls US troops - as president reveals he has invited Erdogan to the White House next month
CLICK TO READ ALL MIDDLE EAST UPDATES
The peril to American forces was illustrated on Friday, when a small number of U.S. troops came under Turkish artillery fire at an observation post in the north. No Americans were hurt. Esper said it was unclear whether that was an accident.
Trump, in a tweet, said: “Very smart not to be involved in the intense fighting along the Turkish Border, for a change. Those that mistakenly got us into the Middle East Wars are still pushing to fight. They have no idea what a bad decision they have made.”
Later in the day Sunday, Kurdish officials announced they will work with the Syrian government to fend off the Turkish invasion, deploying side by side along the border. Syrian TV said government troops were moving to the north to confront the Turkish invasion but gave no details.
The Kurdish fighters had few options after the United States abandoned them, and it had been anticipated they would turn to Assad’s government for support.
A return by Assad’s forces to the region where Syrian Kurds have built up autonomy in the north would be a major shift in Syria’s long-running civil war, further cementing Assad’s hold over the ravaged country.
It would also mean that U.S. troops no longer have a presence in an area where Russia and Iranian-backed militias now have a role. It was not clear what Russia’s role was in cementing the agreement. But Russian officials have been mediating low-level talks between the Kurds and Damascus. Syria is allied with Russia, and Turkey, though it is a NATO member, has drawn close to Moscow in recent years under Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. READ MORE

Turkey's Syria offensive: Erdogan defiant in response to US threats

The US military is warning Turkey that its incursion into Syria could jeopardize progress in defeating the so-called "Islamic State." Kurdish-led forces in the region say they can't keep ISIS prisoners contained and hold back the Turkish military. The US defense department is calling on its NATO ally to halt operations, and US President Trump has threatened economic sanctions. There has already been one explosion near an outpost of US Special Forces. And the UN says 100,000 civilians have fled their homes since the offensive began three days ago.

Warning America: ‘Do Not Be a Bystander to History’; ‘Fate of Future and Country’ ‘in Your Hands

Updates from

John McTernan's Insights

Warning America: ‘Do Not Be a Bystander to History’; ‘Fate of Future and Country’ ‘in Your Hands

By John McTernan on Oct 13, 2019 08:32 pm
This is a very exhorting article and really lifted me after reading. Now is the chance to stand against the demon-dems, deep state, DC swamp. The clarion call is going out across America. Please run to the battle.
Read in browser »

Recent Articles:

YouTube and Facebook Saturday Night: Outpouring of the Holy Spirit (Revival for Survival)
YouTube Thursday Night Teaching: Jesus Christ Came to Heal the Broken Heart/Mind (Part 2)
Abba Father International Fellowship Prayer Time
YouTube Wednesday Night: Teaching Jesus Christ Came to Heal the Broken Heart – Mind (Part1)
Rev. Graham’s tour evokes evangelical support for Trump

Trump Reassures Israel After Leaving Kurds to Their Fate

World Israel News
Trump Reassures Israel After Leaving Kurds to Their Fate
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Cadets Insult Israel in Graduation Ceremony
Israeli FM: Woman Imprisoned in Russia Caught Up in Something Bigger 

Sunday, 13 October 2019

Watchman Report: Collateral Damage

Genesis 6: Finding the Place of Peace and Security

Netanyahu Asks Putin to Ease Israeli Woman’s Severe Prison Sentence for ‘Smuggling Marijuana’ into Russia

World Israel News
Netanyahu Asks Putin to Ease Israeli Woman’s Severe Prison Sentence for ‘Smuggling Marijuana’ into Russia
WATCH: Turkish Forces ‘Accidentally’ Fire on US Troops in Syria
For Muslims, Temple Mount is Merely ‘Instrument’ for Conflict

This Weeks Top 4 Prophetic Stories from PNW


logo final
This Weeks Top 4 Prophetic Stories
 
debt
 
18 Facts About The US National Debt That Are Almost Too Hard To Believe
 
Lawmakers continue to spend as if they are children in a candy store with no limit on their parents' credit card. What remains unfathomable to many voters is how much money $22.5 trillion (our current debt) truly is. Here are some facts to bring it into perspective.
 
edom
 
The Biblical Edom Unearthed: Not A Myth, A Historical Reality
 
Over the years, many scholars doubted the Edomites even existed, at least as described in those biblical accounts. Well, these scholars were mistaken. Recently, a team excavating in Israel's Timna Valley found evidence of a "thriving and wealthy society" dating back to the 12th century before Christ.
 
 
id
 
No Place To Hide: DHS' New HART Database Uses Scars, Tattoos, & Voice ID
 
The new system called the Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology System, or HART, will allow the agency to look beyond the three types of biometric data it uses today--face, iris and fingerprint--to identify people through a variety of other characteristics, like palm prints, scars, tattoos, physical markings and even their voices.
 
car
 
Real-Time National Driver Surveillance Program Coming Soon?
 
A new Senate bill would create a real-time national driver surveillance program that would allow law enforcement to know anything and everything about a driver at the click of a button.
 

THE HYPOCRITICAL TURKEY WILL TAKE ISIS PRISONERS BACK AS PART OF THE "ISIS TURKISH HOMECOMING"!!

ISIS's Turkish Homecoming

by Con Coughlin  •  October 12, 2019 at 5:00 am
Facebook  Twitter  Addthis  Send  Print
  • It is, therefore, the epitome of hypocrisy for Mr Erdogan to offer to take responsibility for the ISIS fighters being held in Kurdish-run detention camps... If that really were to happen, and the ISIS captives were repatriated to Turkey, it would, for some, be more like a homecoming.
  • The far more worrying prospect is that the captives may be able to escape, and return to the ranks of ISIS's terrorist infrastructure....
  • The ISIS caliphate might no longer exist, but the terrorist organisation itself still continues to operate. Indeed, the latest intelligence assessments are that ISIS is regrouping in countries such as Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen, with the aim of launching a fresh wave of terror attacks against Western targets.
  • Mr Trump's claim that the war against ISIS is over may prove to be short-lived.
If the Kurds cannot guard the ISIS captives, then who will? (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)
One of the more ludicrous suggestions to have been made during Turkey's military offensive against the Syrian Kurds is that, in return for Washington's approval, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would take responsibility for the estimated 90,000 ISIS fighters and their dependents, currently languishing in Kurdish-controlled detention centres.
It is one of the worst kept secrets in Western intelligence circles that, for long periods during the brutal Syrian conflict, Mr Erdogan's regime supported a number of groups that enjoyed close affiliation with ISIS, as well as other Islamist terror groups such as Al-Qaeda.
It is, therefore, the epitome of hypocrisy for Mr Erdogan to offer to take responsibility for the ISIS fighters being held in Kurdish-run detention camps such as the al-Hol complex in eastern Syria. If that really were to happen, and the ISIS captives were repatriated to Turkey, it would, for some, be more like a homecoming.