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And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.

Revelation 9:11

September has arrived again. A month I look forward to because I’m an NFL fan, but also a month that brings with it the anniversary of 9/11.  I lost a close family member on that day, and no matter how many years pile up between then and now, I find myself reliving those feelings and memories. I’ve been told a few times to forget 9/11 and put it behind me, but to me that’s akin to forcing yourself to forget a murdered family member, and many other Americans. The perpetrators have escaped justice, and they are still on the loose fulfilling their agenda.

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Damascus – The road to total war

I’ve covered the Syrian war on News Monkey since 2012, and since then there has been many times when I thought the war was simmering down, and the Syrian government would restore control. Then there would be an event which would make me re-think my optimistic feelings. My outlook has soured again, because of the reports that ISIS is encroaching on Damascus after key victories in Iraq and Syria.

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Saudi Arabia and the Arab Army

Saudi Arabian warplanes have conducted a third night of airstrikes and pounded the Houthi rebels in Sana, Yemen.  Saudi Arabia’s determined to prevent the rebels from crossing into the Kingdom, and gaining a stronger foothold in the western half of Yemen.  Only a ground invasion at this time can change the tide in favor of the newly formed Arab army.  There is a complication however in this new proxy war,  because Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is still in operation.

I’m will break down the alliances which are forming for this potential Middle Eastern Holy war.

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ISIS attack +1

We’re one day into the US bombing of ISIS, and there is not much to tell other than what can be gathered from today’s headlines.  It appears this is going to be a long bombing campaign, and for the most part world condemnation has been very tame, even from Russian.

Reportedly Syria was not warned by the US prior to the airstrikes, but that really should come as no surprise.

I think we need to take a step back here for a moment, and look at what’s going on.  I realize there are many in the United States whom are very Gung ho about the bombings.  The far right republican on the street is even backing Obama on this one.  I understand.  They feel it’s the “right” thing to do.  These ISIS fellows are more demons than men anyway, and after all we’re the good guys, and the good guys should bomb and destroy the bad guys.  It makes us feel all warm and cozy on the inside.  The world makes sense.  Ahhhh…

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Why did the media use the Obama horn photo?

It may appear I’m being sensational with the Obama/Baphomet photo as my featured image, but my question remains a good one. There was much confusion in conspiracy land as to why most main stream media outlets ran with the ‘Obama Horn’ photo as their thumbnail to advertise his ISIS strategy speech.

Message boards and YouTube videos claimed the photo was “photo shopped”, and some even claimed a green screen was used because the background didn’t appear to match up with the video.  After further analysis, the photo was indeed taken from the President’s speech on 9/10.  In order to get the “horns” into view behind his head, the shot from the cameraman must have a came in at a very low angle.  Continue reading Why did the media use the Obama horn photo?

ISIS declares the Islamic Caliphate

ISIS announced today they have named Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as “the caliph” of their new state and the “leader for Muslims everywhere”.   They also requested they should no longer be known as ISIS or ISIL, but simply as ‘The Islamic State’.

According to Russia Today:

This is the first time since the fall of the Ottoman Empire in 1923 that a Caliph – which means a political successor to Prophet Muhammad – has been declared. The decision was made following the group’s Shura Council meeting on Sunday, according to ISIS spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani.

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Was the Syrian chemical attack a false flag?

I’ve been warning for over a year now that our country would get directly involved in the Syrian conflict, and it appears the day is about to arrive. I honestly didn’t predict it would come this soon, but our so called “leaders” have been trying hard for a long time now to find something to light the fire with, and I believe they found their fuel in the Syrian chemical attack; which occurred on August 21st in Damascus, Syria.

The President and his Secretary of State John “Swift Boat” Kerry, have said there is undeniable evidence that Assad launched the chemical attacks against his people. Bashar al-Assad said his country did not use chemical weapons, and the attack is instead the work of the foreign terrorists his country has been fighting for over two years. I’m apt to believe him for a few reasons. The first being that he knows full well that by using chemical weapons, let alone against his own people, he would give the West the long desired excuse they have been looking for, and secondly the “FSA” or al-Qaeda terrorists (which I feel better describes them) have been caught willingly on camera committing attrocities in Syria. So why wouldn’t these terrorists use chemical weapons against the Syrian people to get the West involved? They’ve been practically begging the West for the entire length of the conflict to get involved, and have no qualms about murdering the Syrian people on camera and posting it to the internet. Continue reading Was the Syrian chemical attack a false flag?