Riots in Syria, Libya, Egypt and Benghazi spell trouble
Recent developments in the world involving the United States makes one wonder just what is going on in the PRESBO Administration.
There are so many possible causes for the uproar that it boggles the mind and gives fertile ground for the “conspiracy minded” people. This is especially disconcerting at the one-year anniversary of the riots in Benghazi, Libya and Cairo that torched the U.S. diplomatic buildings and resulted in the murder of our Libyan ambassador and three stalwart retired military men who came to his rescue under the impression that backup forces of substance were en route. Also, there is the 12-year anniversary of the hijacked airliners attacks on New York and Washington by known Muslim terrorists.
The most recent incident is the apparent gassing of Syrian civilians, including women and children, near the capitol. PRESBO has chosen to blame this atrocity on the dictator of Syria and proposed to assist the rebels to oust him from power with rocket strikes. This whole incident seems very suspicious to me as PRESBO almost immediately was blaming the government for this action.
While it seems that most of those acting in the Middle East seem to do so without any rhyme or reason, that does not ring true with me. It seems very possible that the “rebels,” who are supplied, supported and advised by the Muslim extremist community, could have set up this as an attempt to discredit the rulers.
Neither side is noted for civil conduct, but it just seems rather against all common sense for the ruler to have done this to his own people. It certainly seems possible that the attack could have been done by the extremist rebels in order to give PRESBO an excuse to enter the fray. PRESBO seems determined to oust him, just as has been done to the rulers in Libya and Egypt. This despite the facts that the existing governments were rather secular and, more importantly to me, did not allow the extremists to burn Christian Churches and murder their members.
It seems to me that, remembering the history of PRESBO that seems to be accurate, he has not abandoned the indoctrination he received while attending a known Muslim extremist school while in Indonesia with his step-father. To do so meant that he was considered to be a citizen of that nation as well as a Muslim.
Considering that background, it seems easy to come to the conclusion that he is merely acting on his real thinking. (Of course, taking all that into account, one comes to the inevitable conclusion that he is really not eligible to hold the office of president).
Given the “saber rattling” that he has done (rather ineptly), it is not too surprising that a number of Democrat members of Congress are warning against his proposed action. Hopefully, they will stick to their guns when it comes time and vote against the Senate-generated resolution to authorize military action.
Another possibility is that the Iranian government set up that attack in the hopes of bringing about a retaliation so that they could get into the game and perhaps mount some terrorist attacks on U.S. properties, citizens or even our homeland. None of the offered possibilities seem to me to be that far-fetched given today’s climate.
Maybe all this is to be expected from the statements read in the Book of Revelation, as written by the Apostle John. It also could be some retribution of God taking His protection from the United States because of the decline of our society and reverence toward Him.