Dec 132014

Breitbart: “When it comes to director Ridley Scott’s artistic and storytelling choices, there’s so much wrong with “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” it’s hard to care about the director’s childish hostility towards religion, which no doubt resulted in a bloodless, brutally boring tale of Moses the Lawgiver.

Spiritually and artistically, Scott seems determined to be the anti-DeMille, which might give small-minded atheists something to giggle about, but it kills the movie for anyone else — believer or not — simply looking to lose themselves in a big CGI’d epic for 142 minutes.”

Opinion: I was going to pass on this post, but this is over the top:  – Bale’s Moses — and this is no joke — demands that Ramses pay his slaves a living wage and make them — again, no joke — citizens.”

No joke – save your money.



Dec 112014

Debkafile: “A group of at least ten ISIS operations and intelligence officers, led by a senior commander, has arrived in Sinai and taken charge of the local Ansar Beit al-Maqdas jihadis, thereby opening up a dangerous new front against Egypt and Israel, in proximity to the Suez Canal, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, debkafile reports. Since Ansar pledged allegiance to IS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdad considers Sinai a province of his Islamic caliphate. His forward command in Sinai is directed to move from targeting Egypt to fighting the “Egyptian-Zionist alliance.”

Opinion: In our book Antichrist: The Search for Amalek (chapter 4), we discuss how Esau’s descendants were removed from their perch in Mount Seir (southern Jordan) by a Nabatean tribe and settled into southern Israel which on many ancient maps is called Idumea or Edom.

On the map below that our Editor recently found, that same area was called Amalek (scroll down) named for Esau’s grandson and his tribe, the Amalekites, who fought against the Israelites in the Battle of Rephidim (Exodus 17:8-15).

The two tribes are interconnected by blood as the eternal enemy of Israel, Deuteronomy 25:17.

Because the Lord has sworn: the Lord will have war with Amalek from generation to generation” Exodus 17:16.

Dec 052014


Front Page Mag: “As ISIS continues its brutal occupation of large swaths of territory in Syria and Iraq, effectively blurring the border between those two pseudo nations, a new, if not more menacing threat is emerging in North Africa where the Islamic State is looking to plant its cancerous roots.

In Egypt, the Sinai based Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, an Islamist organization responsible for dozens of terror attacks throughout the country announced on its Twitter account that it had forged a union with ISIS and swore allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed Caliph. ABM has mimicked the Islamic State’s macabre methods and has made use of social media to publicly broadcast grisly beheadings the group videotaped.

ABM has also taken responsibility for the murder of America oil worker, William Henderson and was believed to be behind a deadly bombing attack in Sinai that killed over thirty Egyptian soldiers.”

Opinion: Fascinating. I have often wondered how Egypt (Hagrites) fits in with the all-Arab alliance of Psalm 83.

Let’s review:

  • Edom (Esau):  Judea or West Bank (Palestinian authority)
  • Moab and Ammon: Central and Northern Jordan
  • Amalek: Arabs of southern Israel and the Sinai
  • Ishmaelites: Saudi Arabia
  • Hagrites: modern-day Egypt
  • Philistia: Gaza, (Palestinians of Hamas  – Amalek)
  • Gebal: northern Lebanon
  • Assyria: Syria including Kurdish (northern) Iraq
  • ‘Inhabitants’ of Tyre: modern-day Lebanon (Hezbollah)

The Hagrites are named for the mother of Ishmael, Hagar, who was Egyptian. But Egyptians are not Arabs, and every one of the rest of the coalition of Psalm 83 is.

Then consider that Egypt is the only nation listed in Psalm 83 that has a future role in the final war of Armageddon.

Many prophecy scholars agree that Obadiah 1:18 is the end of the Arab armies after Psalm 83 and are therefore unable to participate in either Ezekiel 38 or Armageddon.

And Egypt is clearly identified in Daniel 11:40 as the king of the South: “At the time of the end the king of the South shall attack him (Antichrist); and the king of the North shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter the countries, overwhelm them, and pass through.”

Obviously Egypt and North Africa will be a major participant in WWIII.

So is it possible that it is not Egypt’s government army that attacks in Psalm 83, but a sub-group of Egyptians linked with a terror group, that attacks from Egypt?

I don’t know the answer, but I think we will find out soon … if we’re still here.

Nov 202014

Exodus 32:1-4 “Now when the people saw that Moses delayed coming down from the mountain, the people gathered together to Aaron, and said to him, “Come, make us gods that shall go before us; for as for this Moses, the man who brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we do not know

Oct 272014
Jihadists target Egypt: At least 31 Egyptian soldiers dead, 28 wounded in latest attacks. Is Jordan next?

Joel Rosenberg: “All eyes have been riveted on the ISIS offensive in Syria and Iraq in recent months. But Radical Islamic jihadists are also intensifying their operations against other countries in the region. I’m particularly concerned that Jordan will be the focus of such attacks soon. But right now, Egypt is in the crosshairs. Here is the

Oct 182014
Pentagon Pushes Climate Hysteria to Justify Globalism, Waste

The New American: “After being ridiculed for squandering taxpayer funds on a 2003 “climate” report that, despite being widely hyped in the establishment press, got literally everything wrong, Obama’s cadres of “global-warming” alarmists at the Pentagon are at it again. In a report released this week, Obama’s Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel parroted a wide range

Oct 132014
UN chief Ban: Israeli occupation led to Gaza war

The Jerusalem Post: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon blamed last summer’s Gaza war on Israel’s “occupation” of Palestinian territories, as he called on both parties to finalized an agreement for a two-state solution. “We must not lose sight of the root causes of the recent hostilities: a restrictive occupation that has lasted almost half a century,

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