Obama Administration May Abandon Israel

Abandoning IsraelAccording to an anonymous highly-place U.S. intelligence official, Israel could lose the support of the United States in favor of Arabs. This came from an interview made by Douglas J. Hagmann who is the director of the Northeast Intelligence Network.

This article states:

When questioned about the possible abandonment of Israel by America, Hagmann told Yonah, “The Obama administration is no friend to Israel, is no friend to the Jews in America and is no friend to democracy or freedom in America.  …Just by his very appointments, we can see him filling positions of power with people who are anti-Semitic, who want to see Israel essentially dissolved as a nation, if not by diplomacy, then certainly by war.”



In his report, the unnamed intelligence source told Hagmann, “I have every reason to believe, based on what I’ve seen at my level of [security] clearance especially over the last several years, that Israel will soon be completely on their own… or worse.” He explained this would happen “when our administration provides more support to Arab countries [with] financial and military aid, undercutting Israel’s defense efforts all while pushing Israel to succumb to the pressure of unreasonable demands designed to end with their political annihilation as a nation.

 

Before the election in November, I predicted among a few of my friends that if Obama got elected he would abandon Israel and would cease giving them foreign aid.  He simply has too many questionable anti-Israel connections, from Khalid al-Mansour who has been a fundraiser for Obama, to Samantha Powers, appointed to the National Security Council in the Obama Administration, who once advocated that we should stop funding Israel and begin funding Palestine, and not just the country but their military as well.  And besides the view of the administration, from America’s standpoint, I believe we’ve been moving in that direction for sometime now and I think people are less afraid to show it.

The interesting thing about all of this is that the Bible talks about a war in the “last days” that God will bring about against the country of Israel, and no other country will be willing or able to help her.  We know that with the unprecedented spending in our congress right now, our country is being set on a path that could mean economic failure.  If that happens we may not be able to help Israel even if we are still in full support of her.  There are other things that also seem to be falling in line.  The Bible talks about a one world currency which several foreign countries seem to be advocating for, perhaps even the U.S. And the revived Roman Empire seems to be in place (the E.U.), so not it just seems to be a matter of time before Jesus comes back for us.

There are other things along this line that we could talk about, but we’ll save that for a future article.  For now, we’ll keep a close eye on our relationship with Israel.

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