Iraq: Time for the Strongman?
Posted by lamarzulli on October 26, 2009
BAGHDAD, 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.
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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