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Concluding Conflicts of Ancient Empires

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 26, 2020 at 15:18

Reinforcement of the notion that the militant Western thinking (read United Nations Security Council, et al), which has been pervasive in redevelopment of the modern Middle East, and actually is formed by contagious ancient theosophies seeking to regain empire status, has broken through in certain realities in which the conflicts between the oriental culture and occidental culture are on open display; and guess who is in the middle. The conflicts of the ages have been always nuclear; but now the technological realities of science is ready to make it really nuclear.

The gloves have been pulled off and the Security Council no longer has the integrity to require reinstatement of the safety provisions. In nuclear radiation safety terms, the rods are coming out and the Iranian Islamic Regime does not want to put them back in.....they are feeling the power and no one has the resolve to stop them. It is set to go catastrophic and there seems to be limited ability to safely return.

In the aftermath, the prescient apprehension is there will be no winners, only survivors who will not have learned the lesson and will continue in the path to full destruction. This observer and others have noted there are escape plans, but because of the 'spiritual' implications, many reject that path. That is why there are watchmen that are monitoring the situation and are making mention of such things to any who would listen. The Iranian Islamic Regime has made no secret they are on their own self-seeking mission to make it so.
The United Nations Security Council has made it known they will not stop them. Indeed, in the background, Russia and China are complicit, along with the ambitions of Turkey, regimes of other Muslim governments (Israel's agreement with UAE notwithstanding) are all on display; and the 'Palestinians' are fuming on the sidelines thinking no one is taking them seriously any more; except Israel, if they can get their government act together. The jury is still out on that one, the timidity of the other post in this forum still undecided.
There now appears little in the way to keep the Iranian Islamic Regime from going 'nuclear' in making new demands, wielding new encouragement they are not alone in their despotic ranting of 'taking Israel off the map.' Who's going to stop them now? The United States? Wait for the results of November before celebrating the next Chanukah, since the construction of the next temple is now in view.

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