Iraq: Time for the Strongman?

King-Abdullah_551059aBAGHDAD, Iraq  —  Iraqi security forces blocked streets around the capital Monday and carried out intense searches at checkpoints a day after two truck bombs exploded, killing 155 people in one of Baghdad’s safest areas.,2933,569566,00.html

As I have pointed out in other BLOGs, the Iraqi government, headed by President Maliki, who is up for re-election, is enervated at best and is being propped up by the USA. The gruesome fact is that another suicide bomber was able to carry out his horrific task, in what is supposedly one of Baghdad’s safest areas. The situation is tenuous in Iraq. There is so much secular violence as Sunni wars against the Shia. Then there’s the Iranians who are instigating some of this, as they seek to further destabilize the country. I have written about the concept of  Luciferian dialectic before and I will mention again that we have seen the first two legs of that dialectic. The first the events of 911. The second the Afghan war followed by the campaign in Iraq. Now after almost 8 years the country is still not safe, as illustrated by yet another mass killing. Iraq needs a strongman, who like Saddam can forge the diverse factions of the country together. The King of Jordan is such a man and he is a Hashemite, a direst descendant of the prophet Mohammed, and so, holds great sway in the Moslem world. A few years back he offered the people of Iraq a constitutional monarchy. They declined. Let’s speculate a moment and postulate that if such an agreement would be reached what would then happen to the King’s country of Jordan? This is where the third leg of the dialectic may manifest as the King could grant the Palestinians a homeland, by giving then part of Jordan. In doing so the King would ride in as a peace maker having solved the 60-year-old conundrum, of the Palestinian state. He is also the only man on the planet who can allow the Jews to construct their temple on the temple mount. The King has control over the temple mount and nothing happens there without his consent. As I have suggested, if he does these things then, in my opinion, we have witnessed what I have termed, a Luciferian dialectic. Scripture points out to us that the Antichrist will allow the Jews to rebuild the temple, in the last days. We’ll have to wait and see what transpires, but with the instability that plagues Iraq, the weakness of the Maliki government and homicide bombings killing scores of innocent lives, a solution must be reached and that is where the King, in his role as a strongman, could enter the stage…..

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19 thoughts on “Iraq: Time for the Strongman?

  1. L.A., Just wondering if you have seen or heard about this? According to this video, Barack Obama is going to announce that ET’s are real and full disclosure is imminent. Have you seen this and is there any credibility to this? This guys says the announcement will come when B.O. accepts the Nobel Peace Prize and that is why he was set up to receive this award.

    • He also says that the moon mission LaCross blew up an alien space station and was done on purpose to give proof of the aliens.

  2. Re: The King of Jordan

    This may have been mentioned before, but I have read that the King of Jordan is also a direct descendant of Mohammed. There is a website that goes into much detail about who the antichrist may be. It has speculated it would come from the lineage of the Hashemite kingdom. It even fits the Revived Roman Empire location because the Middle East was known as the eastern leg of the Roman Empire. Here is the website if interested: It has been around for years and I sort of forgot about it until I read your article today–very interesting!

    “look up… for your redemption draweth nigh.”

  3. The Luciferian structural authority in the heavenly realm reproduces itself as (high places) within various organizations in the natural realm.
    The question I ask is where does the king of Jordan fit into the hierarchical structure, who pulls his strings?
    Everything pertaining to the peace attempts of the last days has a religious Spirit of great power motivating those in high places.(Babylon rules the political) “when they say peace, peace,sudden destruction cometh upon them. Apostle Paul.
    john B

  4. Hi Guys,
    I rarely post on here, but check L.A’s blog daily.
    I have been pondering some things lately and I thought this may be a good place to ask the question. Please forgive my ignorance in advance.
    I understand the main difference (although there are many) between the Moslem God and the Christian God is the belief in the trinity.
    Does anyone ever question the “walk” of the western Christian?
    It seems to me that the Moslem’s with Sharia Law live more like we should be living, striving to be Holy and sinless, living for a cause, etc. I do believe the Bible is without a doubt the word of God, does that make the Koran just another false religion, and lost for lack of belief in Christ as the ultimate blood sacrifice? I guess I always thought that the battle of the last days between good and evil would not be the Christians and the Moslems as in my eyes they do not seem evil (confused sure, but not evil)
    I would love some insights from anyone willing ao enlighten me…

    • Of course “the walk” of western Christianity should be questioned because the majority has drifted away from the Lord & many are even in a state of Apostasy. (As predicted in the Word.)

      We are told in God’s word “By their fruits” you will know them. In order to decipher between the true born again Christian from the false-“in name only” Christian.

      Remember God knows the beginning from the end & asks in Luke 18:8, “When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on the earth?”

      In Islam they feel “good works” help them to get into heaven although they have no guarantee that they’ll be in heaven or hell. Only if “Allah wills it”.

      In Christianity the only “good works” that count toward future rewards in heaven are those done “in the Spirit”. Good works done out of fleshly motivation will not even be rewarded. (1 Cor 3:10-15)

      Therefore only people “born in the Spirit” of God- true Christians following Christ by faith & operating “in the Spirit” are truly called children of God.

      Name only Christians who can only doing “good works” out of the flesh are just like Muslims who do “good works” out of the flesh. It’s of one and the same-both are lost.

      Those who are not saved are actually judged “according to their works”.

      I hope that somewhat helps. There are many people & “religious people” capable and doing nice things for others but this does not earn any merits with God. It looks good on the outside but God is concerned with the inside. He wants to supernaturally change our hearts to His heart & His ways.
      2 Cor 5:17 “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!”

      The just live by faith & are saved by the grace of God. The outward expression is that
      the life of this person (eventually as they mature in Christ) exhibits rivers of living water- works done under the guidance and power of the Holy Spirit rather than in the flesh or by the personal will of the individual. (What THEY want or what THEY desire-rather than what God’s will & desire is to be expressed through that person.)

      If you study the OT you will find how God used “Pagan” tribes as a form of judgment upon the nation of Israel. Islam is another way God can send judgment upon nations but in a future war/wars God will in turn judge them for coming against His land/people.

      If you take the time to really study Islam you will find badly misled these people are.
      Daniel Massieh just published a book called “Traitor” which will explain the difference in great detail if you are interested. You can get it through this site:

    • One thing it seems some “Christians” forget is that they are admonished by Y’shua/Jesus Himself that “if you love Me, keep My commandments.” We are suppose to strive with every ounce of our being to live a holy life and, when it seems we can’t, to call upon the Lord and He is faithful to help us and deliver us. There are a lot of people who call themselves Christians to releave their conscience, but have no intention of living the commandments of Yahweh/God. There are others who want to live for Yahweh/God but have battles to overcome the things that hinder them from living a holy life. Sometimes it takes time, reading the Word, and much prayer to overcome those things. Looking at someone, we do not have the ability to judge which category a person, who claims to be a Christian, but who is obviously not living a holy life, falls in. They will stand before Yahweh/God at the end of time to be judged. We all will. We are to love them enough to teach them what the Word says and pray for them when we see them fall, not beat them down. Then we are to work on ourselves to try to work out our own faith. I do believe that each person knows in their hearts where they truly stand with Yahweh/God. If there is any doubt, they really need to be praying!

    • Thanks everyone for your comments, info. I have some homework to do for sure. I will re-visit this when I have a little more education on the matter.
      I guess I always assumed the God of Islam was the same God I worship and that Mohammed somehow received information that made sense for his own people. I know this does not really make sense, just the story I told myself.
      It is scary how fast Islam is taking over the world, what a shame to be so dedicated and attempt at living a pure and holy life in support of a Lie.
      I guess that makes more sense than not, Satan is great at half truth’s and it appears to be working on a grand scale.
      Thanks again

    • Sam, The difference is extreme! the essence of truth (reality) before god, Muslims deny. “there is no other name(Jesus) given under heaven among men by which one must be saved” Apostle Peter. There is salvation in no other! Final.
      That goes for all religions including some christian ones. The Muslim god’s name in the time of ancient Israel was “Baal” symbolised by the (horned Bull) or the (Crescent Moon) of Mohamedism

      John B…

  5. Please check the following testimony of Lindey and some of other the testimonials on

    “And I Used to Think They Were Friendly…”
    Testimony of Lindsey

    Hello, may God be with us always,

    My name is Lindsey and I have had some experiences that may interest you greatly. I will try to be as brief as possible. This is the skinny:

    It began five years ago with strange things happening in my house. I had presently been involved with Tarot on a high level and ALWAYS could predict events for people. I look back in sadness. Anyway, the point is I didn’t believe in anything really. Flashlights would fall off the table, my dog would growl at nothing, I had bad dreams. Things were scary. Then one night it all came down on me. I “awoke” in bed without being able to move at all, not even an eyebrow. Some “thing” was in my room with me. It disguised itself to my sleeping mind (I still don’t know how I could see it without my eyes open) as a little girl. I was so scared because I was paralyzed but when I realized a little girl was in my room I relaxed for some reason. Then it began to come toward me, which made me a little nervous….At the VERY LAST moment I heard the faintest plead in my mind “It just wants you to think it’s a little girl” and RIGHT then the thing jumped at my chest, but not before I screamed in my mind, “Jesus help me, God help me!” And the “thing” was thrown back in utterly agonizing pain and the sound it made was as close to hell as any human ears could ever hear….I am sure. So, I found some very devoted Christians and I still didn’t believe it was a demon but someone (thank you Jesus) led me to their arms. They explained to me and I was so terrified….but I began to believe, I asked Jesus into my life and heart and ONLY THEN did my terror subside, in fact, I felt better than I ever thought possible. My faith had arrived.

    Now the part that must interest you.

    I was devoted to God for only about three months. After that, I began to question, maybe I was just dreaming, how could I know? I forgot the bliss Jesus brought me upon entrance into my life. I forgot all important things. I began to see lights in the sky. I began to read books that supported the idea of aliens being messengers of god and such…..I began to believe them. After all, these books would literally show up in my life at the most bizarre times and it was all so synchronistic….When I would see lights in the sky, they seemed to be directly responding to my “spiritual” thoughts and this too was synchronistic. I began to believe that I was special and that I would be a messenger for God and that the whole paralyzation night was a pre-test, if you will, to test my mettle. Only today, this very day, did I realize how wrong I have been. I don’t even know how it happened but I am so grateful it did. I was surfing the internet and I saw something about “Could aliens be demons?” And I scoffed and then I read it and it made all too much sense. I cried and have been talking to God, not lights in the sky, all night long. I love him even more, if that’s possible because he still loves me, and now I know the meaning of forgiveness.

    I am a testament to how deceptive and tricky they are. They will not stop until, as it was aptly put in one of the articles I read today, the sheep are separated from the goats. And being a sheep really is the only way to stop them. One example of just how tricky they get, I don’t even understand how but, one night, I was walking and I saw the lights, as I almost always did, and something happened that made me run all the way home thinking fervently, over and over, “Remember this, they are not your friends, remember this…” But by the next morning I could not even remember why I had thought this. I believe they erased my memory somehow. I went on to believe they were, indeed my friends once again. I look back and shiver, I still can’t remember what made me run home. I thank God I no longer believe they are benevolent. I thank Jesus that I can once again share in his love. I hope this story will help someone out there to not have to experience what I have. Thank you for your time.

    In love and peace,

  6. Sam, thanks for posting! You have valid questions, and you are searching for answers. Here is a good place to start:
    It’s long, but pretty comprehensive.

    There are many differences between Islam and Christianity.
    1) Islam worships a transcendant god, one who is unreachable. Christians worship a God who in all humility reached down to us. Christ Jesus is the only example of any religion where God reached down, in love, to us. All others reach up, in vain.
    2) Islam incorporates profound inequality. If you are a muslim male, then all is well. However, if you are Hindu, or female, or gay, or Christian, it’s a different story. In an islamic court of law, it takes at least two Christians’ or women’s testimony to equal one muslim male’s testimony. Christianity does not teach that. Although wrongs have been committed in the past in the name of Christianity, these wrongs were done IN SPITE of our holy scripture. The wrongs of islam have been done BECAUSE of their scripture. The Koran contains many, many verses exhorting its followers to convert or kill non-muslims. I want to belong to a belief system that treats human beings as equals.

    I could write more, but those are two main important points. The url above can answer other questions. Especially read the frequently asked questions in the bottom 1/4th of the page.

  7. Deaths From Swine Flu Vaccine Reported In Europe

    Vaccine manufacturer attributes high rate of side effects to novel adjuvants
    Steve Watson
    Friday, Oct 23, 2009
    As European governments forge ahead with mass swine flu vaccination programs, reports out of Hungary and Sweden suggest that some people have died shortly after taking the H1N1 vaccine.
    The Budapest Times is reporting that a 64-year-old woman has died just two days after receiving the H1N1 shot.
    An autopsy has been scheduled to determine if there is a link between the vaccine and the death of the patient, who suffered from chronic, but mild, heart disease, according to the article.
    So far just 4 people have died from swine flu in Hungary.
    The country’s H1N1 vaccine is being supplied by local vaccine manufacturer Omninvest. The government there has ordered six million doses cover about 60% of Hungary’s population of 10 million.
    Omnivest’s vaccines are egg grown and adjuvanted with aluminum phosphate. The company says that only one dose of their H1N1 vaccine is required. Though they have conducted limited trials with the H1N1 virus, their vaccine, is based on tests with the avian flu strain.
    According to the Budapest Times report, Omnivest has threatened to sue over allegations that its swine flu vaccine may be dangerous. However, a leading advisor to the Health Ministry in Hungary, last week suggested that the vaccine is not suitable for small children and pregnant women, in spite of the fact that the shot is being offered to free of charge to those “at risk” groups.

    Reports are also emerging out of Sweden that suggest more deaths have occurred.
    According to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, medical experts have said that a man in his fifties died of a suspected heart attack 12 hours after receiving the Pandemrix shot, which is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline.
    The newspaper also reported that a 65-year-old women died two days after receiving the jab, she is reported to have suffered from a “muscle condition”.
    Here is a rough translation of the article via Google translator:
    Flu vaccine may be too strong
    Mature, seriously ill can be dissuaded from vaccination
    Two seriously ill persons have so far died after receiving the vaccine against swine flu.
    MPA is now investigating whether it may require new recommendations advise against the elderly and sick to immunize itself.
    Two seriously ill persons have so far died after receiving flu vaccine. One of them is a man of Västernorrland who had a heart attack. MPA can not say if his death is a reaction to the vaccine. An autopsy will be done to clarify the cause of heart attack.
    “It is very difficult to assess. Someone may consider that there is a connection. It’s a personal thing how to assess,” says Lennart Walden Lind, doctors at the MPA.
    A severe consumptive woman in the age of 65 from the Stockholm area, was found dead two days after she had received the vaccination. The case will be investigated by the MPA.
    Should seriously ill people not to vaccinate themselves?
    “There is a proper question, and we’re working on something to investigate. In the clinical studies performed before vaccination, there is often not so many of these rare patients are represented. The experience of how they react will come later. We are working right now with warnings of caution,” said Lennart Walden Lind.
    The vaccine against swine flu differs from ordinary flu by most so-called adjuvants are higher. It is the component which triggers the immune system of the person receiving it.
    “This can explain that one can see a bit stronger reactions than on a conventional vaccine. If you have many risk factors that allows one to feel bad by fever arising as it may be that you should abstain. It seems besides, as the elderly often fall ill in flu. This is something we are investigating and there is no timetable on when we know the answer,” says Lennart Walden Lind.
    Other reports out of Sweden suggest that 190 people, including many nurses have reported suffering side effects from the vaccine to the medical authority (MPA).
    “So far, the authority has received more than 190 reports from both health care and private individuals. By far the most common are pain in the arm. Then mild flu symptoms like fever, muscle pain, stomach pain, headaches, dizziness and fatigue.” reports Swedish news website
    The report goes on to state that GlaxoSmithKline is attributing a higher than normal rate of side effects to the adjuvants in the vaccine:
    “According to vaccine manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline may be about one in ten vaccinated trouble, which is slightly more than the usual seasonal influenza vaccine. This is because a substance in the vaccine that triggers immune response in time.” the translation reads.
    GlaxoSmithKline’s Pandemrix vaccine contains the adjuvant squalene.
    Vaccinations began throughout Europe a little over a week ago. Sweden was one of the first countries to begin vaccination on October 12.
    According to the Stockholm-based European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, there have been a total of 230 deaths linked to H1N1 in Europe since April, with around 50% of those occurring in the UK.

    • Yeah…another trick. We keep seeing these tricks and lies. My friend, there seems to be no end. But we still must keep watch.

    • Funny. There was so much heralding the news of this new missing link when it was announced. Now it is very quietly debunked! We all need to get together and scream at the top of our lungs 1…2…3… I told you so! Make a scene so everyone will know how wrong they were!

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