22 thoughts on “L. A. Marzulli Appears on Paul Begley – TONIGHT – 5pm (PST)

  1. Pingback: » L. A. Marzulli Appears on Paul Begley – TONIGHT – 5pm (PST) Mike Price

    • ~http://time.com/3303403/strikes-against-isis-in-iraq-dams/

      The [Haditha Dam] wedged in the Euphrates River, is the country’s second-largest dam, and along with its big brother the Mosul Dam, on the Tigris River, it has been a strategic target of the expansionist Sunni militants. Over 95 percent of Iraq’s water comes from the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, making it easy for anyone controlling those dams to put a stranglehold on the country’s water.

      “If these dams—Mosul and Haditha— are outside of the control of the Iraqi state, it would be a national catastrophe,” says Shirouk al-Abayachi, a member of the Iraqi parliament and previously an adviser to the Ministry of Water Resources. “This is the ultimate danger.”

      Given that ISIS’s stated goal is the end of the Iraqi state, to be replaced by a new, flourishing Islamic Caliphate, it’s no surprise that the terrorist group has focused on the country’s dams. The power to dry-out Baghdad and the Shi’ite farmlands south of the capital—along with the ability to provide water and the electricity produced by these facilities to their new subjects—could put ISIS in the driver’s seat.

    • We live in a time in which we can follow prophecy, verse by verse, in the pages of the newspaper (or the blog).

  2. I apologize to ask this again but once more, I did not have available time to hear your interview. So I am asking if there is a way to hear your interview archived anywhere.

  3. @ battle of the mind

    ~http://www.japantimes.co.jp/opinion/2015/01/11/commentary/world-commentary/dispelling-the-glamor-factor-of-islamic-state

    VP @ bloomberg

    Making Islamic State look fearsome and successful — countering its glamor with horror — only serves to heighten the movement’s allure. To dissuade potential recruits, something more banal is required.

    What glamorous visions of jihadi glory obscure isn’t violence. It’s drudgery, subordination, infighting, hypocrisy and general messiness. “The reality on the ground is a world away from the glamor of well-produced recruitment videos,” wrote Maher, noting complaints about boredom and guard duty.

    “I’ve basically done nothing except hand out clothes and food,” a French volunteer in Aleppo complained in a letter home, as reported by Le Figaro. “I also help clean weapons and transport dead bodies from the front.”

    An Indian recruit returned to Mumbai after six months with Islamic State, complaining to Indian authorities that he’d been given such menial jobs as fetching water and cleaning toilets when he wanted to fight. So much for glamor.

    the weapons of our warfare…

    • boo-hoo. Couple of reasons there, why I stopped eating doner kebabs at the end Saturday night out – general messiness.

    • “http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/charlie-hebdo-terrorist-attacks-a-cure-says-leader-of-hizb-ut-tahrir-australia-ismail-alwahwah/story-fnii5s3z-1227182578266”

    • Christ, and again through the Holy Ghost, gives us good guidance.

      We know that for followers of Christ:
      – resist the devil
      – resist not evil
      – stand not in the path of the wicked
      – bid them not God speed
      – speak the truth in love
      – expose them
      – pull down strongholds
      – the lost will hear our words also
      – the doomed are blind and deaf
      – let them be ___ still (those holy, righteous, wicked)
      – don’t pull dogs’ ears — lest they turn and bite you
      – bless them
      – love your enemies

      Rev. 22:11…
      – He that is unjust let him be unjust still and
      – he which is filthy let him be filthy still and
      – he that is righteous let him be righteous still and
      – he that is holy let him be holy still.

      They wicked may be turned by The Almighty to exterminate each other.

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