Monday, April 6, 2009

B. Hussein Really IS a Muslim!

Question: how many of the 44 American Presidents have bowed to a foreign leader?

The right answer is “none.” That is, right as in proper, self-respecting, and America-honoring behavior for our Presidents. The correct answer, however, is one: B. Hussein I’m-NOT-a-Muslim Obama.

Three days ago, the President of the United States of America, the most powerful nation in the world and the country which was founded on the principle that as free men we don’t bend the knee (or the waist) to anyone, bowed in submission to King Abdullah bin Aziiz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. It was a full, sweeping bow, captured on camera.

It’s no wonder that one American in ten think B. Hussein Obama is secretly a Muslim. Frankly, I wouldn’t be surprised if he openly declares himself a follower of Islam in the next few months “just to reach out to our Muslim brothers and sisters in the name of peace, don’t you know.” What does he have to lose? He’s certainly not a Christian. He proved that by sitting under the ranting of the pseudo-Christian, America-hating black liberationist Jeremy Wright for 23 years (but hey, he didn’t hear any inflammatory sermons in all those years, no sir!). B. Hussein’s father was a Muslim, he spent his elementary years in Indonesia in a Muslim school, and he was tutored as an adolescent by a deeply hateful anti-America socialist in Hawaii.

This is more than laughable. It’s deadly serious. The Islamic bent of our President is clearly evident in his abandonment of our strong ally, Israel. Earlier this year, Jeffrey Felman and Daniel Shapiro, two special envoys from the United States Secretary of State and the National Security Council, met secretly with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Mu’allem. Within two days of this clandestine meeting, Syrian President Bashar Assad embarked on an unplanned, whirlwind tour of the primary Middle East capital cities, where he met face-to-face with the same King Abdullah to whom our President scraped the knee, President Hosni Mubarack of Egypt, and the King of Jordan.

Meanwhile Israeli officials are rudely ignored. Recently Lt. Gen. Ashkenazi, head of the Israeli Mossad (intelligence agency) traveled to Washington D.C. with highly classified and timely intelligence information. He was refused meetings with Obama, V.P. Biden, the U.S. Chief of National Intelligence, and the Director of the C.I.A. Gen. Ashkenazi went home, hat in hand.

If you were Israel, would you count on America henceforth? Or would you go it alone? Prophecy gives us the answer.

Of extreme importance is the fact that the very cities Assad visited are the same ones mentioned in Psalm 83. For those who are not Bible-literate, this psalm, the infallible Word of God, prophesies a coming war in which Israel’s sworn enemies attack her and are utterly destroyed. This then sets up a period of relative peace in which Israel, now free from daily rocket attacks, suicide bombers, and murderous incursions from Arab patrols, can enjoy her new-found wealth in the form of gigantic oil and natural gas deposits which have recently been located off Israel’s Mediterranean coast. Ezekiel’s prophesied (chapters 38 and 39) Gog-Magog invasion follows, but that’s another story.

The knowledge of the coming (soon!) Psalm 83 war was given by God to Asaph in verses 9-11:
“Do to them as you did to Midian, as you did to Sisera and Jabin at the river Kishon who perished at Endor and became like refuse on the ground. Make their nobles like Oreb and Zeeb, all their princes like Zebah and Zalmunna.”

This is a reference to Joshua 13:21-22, where the enemies of the Israelites were utterly routed from the field of battle, their cities were consumed by fire (tactical nukes?), their kings were killed, and their nations were destroyed.

This is the fate of the Arab nations in the coming war against Israel, the war now fostered by Obama’s snubbing of Israel and his fawning adoration toward the leaders of the Middle East.

Watch for it. The Lord will bring it to pass within a decade, perhaps half.

1 comment:

John Boyce said...

And it was a lousy "bow" at that. Looked like he made a swooping bow. Very odd, but subservient. The good ol' king hardly even noticed. Was it a "bow" misfire?