reply to post by InnerstellarOne
He does not seem to offer any alliance to Israel, But wants them to handle their own problems, Eventually declaring peace with them, But breaking that
after the 7 years
That statement makes no sense. Israel is a US alley, meaning there is no need to "declare peace" because they are already a peaceful ally. Spending
billions of dollars a year funding Israel has not only put the American economy in a dangerous spot, it has also destabilized the region.
911 can loosely be traced back to Israel. If you believe mossad had a connection, there you go. Even if you don't, and you believe Bin Laden did it
exactly as the government states, his problem with the US, which resulted in him declaring war on it, was the US troop presence in Saudi Arabia and
the US support for Israel.
I really don't think Paul wants to just leave Israel in the lurch. But they do not need the endless funnel of money, they can fend for themselves
locally and if it ever came to them being attacked, the US and various other allies would come to their aid, regardless of if they are sending them
billions a year or not.
Is Paul the antichrist? Lol nah, neither was Obama.
So whether you like it or not, the Word of God stands true, it wont fail, it cant.
Selective reasoning at best, plain delusion at worst.
edit on 25-11-2011 by phishyblankwaters because: (no reason given)