LastDayWatchers the May 15th Prophecy wrote in 2007
You will soon see the true realities on the ground that reflex the domino effect to the uprooting of Iraq, Lebanon and Syria; being a shadow of things to come; regarding the uprooting to the 3 horn nations of the Beast, Marking a paradigm shift that pulls these 3 nations away from the western/Israeli orbit, into a new paradigm emanating from the office to the “estate” of the little horn, meaning these 3 nations would be uprooted unto the Iranian orbit, fulfilling the scriptures regarding the rise of the Beast
I also asked about the ten horns on the fourth beast’s head and the little horn that came up afterward and destroyed three of the other horn, The answer is also given, Habakkuk gives the narrative of the primary cause that starts the domino effect of the 3 to fall
The May 15th Prophecy declared this would happen in the post-2007 The Bush Administration in Prophecy because at the time you were being forced feed the lies to the so-called “Success of the Surge” and propaganda like the Freedom Agenda, I also noted there would be financial reckoning accompanying with this domino effect
Now as of February 2014, Iaq War is easily the biggest and most significant failures of the Bush Administrations, more Americans died fighting it than were killed in 9/11. It contributed to thousands of amputee soldiers and countless PTSD cases. Tens of thousands were killed abroad. It may cost U.S. taxpayers $6 trillion.
That policy guarantees Bush’s status as a president who weakened America.
Bush’s decision to order the torture of humans, and to stick hundreds (including innocents) in due-process-free detention, is perhaps his next biggest failure.
Lives were wasted, and now everyone back home sees that it was irresponsible to send us over there with no plan, and now to just give it all away, Said Adam Banotai who was a 21-year-old sergeant and squad leader in the Marine Corps during the 2004 invasion of Fallujah
It obliterated the balance of power in the Middle East. It installed a corrupt and brutal pro-Iranian government in Baghdad, one cemented in power through the use of torture, death squads and terror.
And it has left Iran as the dominant force in the region. On every level moral, strategic, military and economic—Iraq was a failure.
Remember that the Bush Doctrine, which crashed and burned in Iraq, was supposed to facilitate the spread of democracy across the Middle East.
We’ve watched our country sputter and fail at home and abroad, and the truth is undeniable: We haven’t learned from, admitted, or understood our mistakes, and we aren’t on a better track now than we were on September 10, 2001. That’s the opposite of progress.
(the 11th most failed), Afghanistan, the 7th most failed state, which could very well fall again to the Taliban again once we leave.
Our effort to remake Iraq into a peaceful, pluralistic democracy, friendly to the U.S. and its interests, failed, Iraq itself now a failed state
We’ve left a mess behind, so what’s next? where do we go from here?, American soldiers are asking, “Was our sacrifice in Fallujah worth it?,” one is at a loss about how to reply to the thought that comes to mind: No, it really wasn’t. “
The Rise of the “Estate”
The Arabs who will be with the Imam have already given an indication who they are, Hezbollah’s small ill-equipped army defeated Israel a nuclear-armed state and its state of the art weaponry; Hezbollah’s fighters may have been ill-equipped but were infused with the same spirit that led Imam Ali Ibn Abu Talib to break down the impregnable doors of the Jewish fort Khaybar, the same spirit his son Imam Hussain had at Karbala where his band of 72 stood against the tyrant Yazid’s army of 10,000.
A security alliance is emerging out of a stretch of countries from the Levant to the Persian Gulf: Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Iran.
Many observers are correct in noting that the Middle East is undergoing yet another seismic shift – that the Russian-brokered destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal, a US-Iranian rapprochement, the diminished strategic value of Saudi Arabia and Israel, and a US withdrawal from Afghanistan will all contribute to changing regional dynamics considerably.
It was, after all, the region’s Western-backed Arab monarchies that launched the “counter-revolution” to thwart popular Arab uprisings and re-direct them at their regional adversaries, via Syria. Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, the UAE and their Western allies threw money, weapons, training and resources at unseating Syrian President Bashar al-Assad – in a bid to weaken Iran, isolate Hezbollah and take care of that “Shia threat” once and for all.
Assad didn’t fall, Iran didn’t waver, Hezbollah dug in, and the Russians and Chinese stepped into the fray.
“We’ve had to be much more active,” said an Asaib Ahl al-Haq commander who goes by the nom de guerre Abu Sajad. “Those who are trying to incite sectarianism, we have to deal with them”
One squad being led by a Shiite known as Abu Deraa, which means “Father of the Shield” in Arabic, at one time he was a commander in the Shiite militia known as the Mehdi Army, which was headed by a fiery cleric named Moqtada al-Sadr, who twice launched insurgencies against U.S. forces.
AAH, reputed to have an estimated 2,000-3,000 Iranian-trained fighters, is also engaged in the Syrian war alongside Lebanon’s Hezbollah against the Sunni-led rebels
“We realize this is a trap and ISIS wants us to make a sectarian war,” Abu Sajad said. “When we go targeting, we target specific people.”, therefore “The fight will not be public,”
“You have this computer system, and this whole system is infected with a virus, ” said Abu Sajad, referring to ISIS’s prevalence in Iraq. “You have to import something to deal with that. That’s what we are for.”
Most of their victims are e tortured before being killed, bodies are found left in the streets, on garbage dumps and in the city’s canals, pierced by nails and bolts, or bored by hand-held power drills which have become their gruesome trademark,
The bodies are usually dumped on a stretch of waste ground known as al-Saddeh on the outskirts of Sadr City, a vast Shiite suburb of Baghdad that is a Medi Army stronghold.
It was a complete team to fire Grad rockets into (the neighboring city of) Baalbak, our unit from (nearby) Britel knows the area very well and was waiting for them. They were slaughtered.
The Hezbollah commander said, referring to unguided rockets commonly used by the rebels. the Hezbollah source described the rebels as members of the Nusra Front, an al Qaida-linked group
The battle was the second large-scale confrontation between Hezbollah and Syrian rebel units since the beginning of the nearly 3-year-old Syrian revolution. A similar battle in the area also was reported in June, in which 12 rebels were reported killed.
The Damascus-Beirut highway is now wholly under Hizballah control, providing its Beirut headquarters vital direct access to the forces posted to Damascus, and easing liaison and communications among Iranian, Iraqi, Syrian and Hizballah military units in the field.
Developments in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon are so deeply intertwined that we might start speaking about these countries as a common space, the region is witnessing the emergence of a single theatre of war in what we could call the SIL region—Syria, Iraq, Lebanon.
Iraq has also played a vital role in supporting Assad, mainly by allowing Iran to use Iraqi territory and airspace to transfer weapons to Syrian forces. At first glance, this appears to be a strange policy.
Relations between Iraq and Syria prior to the civil war were not good, with Maliki openly accusing Assad of supporting Sunni insurgents. But this has now changed. Indeed, Maliki has openly supported Assad since the beginning of the Syrian civil war.
This reflects his increasing closeness to Iran, which helped ensure Maliki’s emergence as prime minister after the 2010 elections and pressured Assad to support him as well.
Relations between Iraq, Iran, and Syria have only improved since Iraqi Shia militias are now fighting in Syria on behalf of Assad. The Abu Fadl al-Abbas Brigades, Ktaeb Hezbollah, and the Asabi Ahl al-Haq group all have forces in Syria.
This being obvious, the lukewarm, gullible sleepwalker still don’t see the things of God; testifying to the apostasy; lacking understand to the ways of God, therefore know the truth that Jeremiah and Lamentations speak of; because the time is at hand
To those who understand the truth, you already know the book of Lamentations was written specifically as the voice of Israel (Judah), prophetically chronicling what will happen to Judah during the Great Tribulation aka The Time of Jacob’s Trouble or “The Great Confrontation”
Raise a signal flag as a warning for Jerusalem:
‘Flee now! Do not delay!’
For I am bringing terrible destruction upon you
from the north.
Flee for safety, you children of Benjamin, out of the midst of Jerusalem! And blow the trumpet in Tekoa a town far south in Judah, and raise a fire signal over Beth-haccherem For evil is looking forth with eagerness from the north, and great destruction.