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The Obamanation of Desolation

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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 04:37 PM
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My first time in this forum do to my highest concerns.

Meastro?



I'm wondering hard about this new year that has just begun. And now
with America so economically weak, I've really began to wonder about
if we are headed towards something of Biblical proportions.

Especially now that our nation is closer to total destruction than it has
ever been before. I read several sources that people of high rank in the
Obama administration, are becoming deeply concerned, with Obamas
ability to deal with the reality, of the chaotic situation of our economy.

He's even being decribed as becoming "Disengaged" and even " Psychologically
deteriorating". Therefore one must wonder about China and Russia. I don't
believe for one second that the end of the British system of empire will
be allowed to collapse. Not without mass death. And with the west becoming
so weak recently. Would Obama decide to deploy from his greatest strength
he has left? Indeed i'm very concerned because of a few words long written down.

The Obamanation of Desolation.

Somebody, anybody tell me i'm paranoid, out of touch, ignorant even mentally
ill? Please, i'd rather hear that if I'm way off here. But don't lie if it's what it is.





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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 04:46 PM
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I'm not able to watch the video but I feel President Obama is evil. screw him.

His wife left him for some stud in Hawaii. (She made him keep the two brats!)

I'm serious she sent his ass back to work while she kicks back in Hawaii. LOL



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 04:52 PM
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I don't think you're nuts, but I think there are too many checks and balances to have Obama unleash the dogs of war.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:00 PM
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He is a disheartened Idealist...

Once the man quit running for office, he found out he didn't want the job.

I reminds me of the Jimmy Carter years. That was the worst I remember.

We recovered from that....We will recover from this.

I feel like giving up sometimes. It's not the answer.

After Carter came Reagan, that's when it all took off.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:04 PM
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Always with the great referrences Beezzer.




Stand or fall, live or die (Stand)
Strong and true to the end (Now)
Fly the flag, let them see (Sky)
We will never bend the knee (Don't fail)
We are the last of all (Here)
If we give way we lose (No)
So can you stand with me? (We can)
Will you now pay your dues (Hai)
The tales they tell, of how we stand this day
We that defend our cause
Will last a thousand years
Come now the dogs of war

Break or hold, die or kill (Live)
Try or fail, or succeed (Fight)
We must be an iron wall (Hold)
When the heart receives the call (We go)
We are the least of them (Fight)
We are few, but we are brave (Yes)
So can you stand with me (We Will)
If it leads you to your grave (Hai)

The tales they tell, of how we stood this day
We few that know the law
Will last a thousand years
Hear now the dogs of war

Sun is set, darkness falls (See)
Now comes the enemy (Beware)
Draw sword and shield defy (Hai)
All their wives must scream and cry (Stand fast)
We are the last hope now (Last)
Of all our people fair, so will you die with me (We do)
Will you now do your share (Hai)

The tales they tell, of what we do this day
We that guard the door
WIll last a thousand years
Let go the dogs of war
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:12 PM
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whyamIhere
He is a disheartened Idealist...

Once the man quit running for office, he found out he didn't want the job.

I reminds me of the Jimmy Carter years. That was the worst I remember.

We recovered from that....We will recover from this.

I feel like giving up sometimes. It's not the answer.

After Carter came Reagan, that's when it all took off.


I do admire hope in any human being. I will pray to God you are correct my friend.
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:12 PM
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It's a clever play on words, but I am not sure if you are being serious or not.

The “Abomination of Desolation” comes from the 70 week prophecy of Daniel. That prophecy is specifically for the Jews, starting with the “order to rebuild Jerusalem” and ending 3.5 years after the death of the Messiah. It was a warning that the “Age of the Jews” was at an end. That shortly after God fulfilled the covenant to send Christ, when people saw a desecration in the temple, that they should flee. This warning is echoed by Christ himself when talking about the destruction of the Temple, and the “End of an Age”. Though we don't know specifically what the “abomination” was, we know that various groups saw it and fled, including early Christian Jews. The “Desolation” to follow was the 70 AD destruction by the Roman Empire, and the near decimation of the Jewish people followed by thousands of years of exile.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:22 PM
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I used it because it is found within the context of apocalyptic visions.
And I wouldn't kid around about my concerns of a POTUS, who is obviously
on the verge of psychological breakdown.

So I am serious my good man
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:25 PM
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In part, is this due to Kerry thinking about inviting Iran to the Syria talks?

www.foxnews.com...



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 05:36 PM
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That's a negative Beezzer. I've actually been checking into Lyndon La Rouche lately.



If we do not change our direction, I'm afraid we just may end up
where we are heading.
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 06:13 PM
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If we do not change our direction, I'm afraid we just may end up where we are heading.


Excellent title and J Cash video.

I believe we are well down the road to perdition and doubt we're going to be able to get off. I hope we do but my faith in humanity is at an all time low.

As for Obama, how can he be stressed when he's always on vacation? And look he was even smart enough to dump Michelle at Oprah's house when he flew back to DC. Of course he was deranged when he got elected so I'm unsure where that leaves us.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 07:26 PM
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There's a lot of indication coming via this La Rouche fellow.
That there are some strong organisations, within the U.S, that
are gaining numbers. They support a move against the whole
western banking system and the present administration. And
their whole goal is to save the U.S. from these hell bent for
destruction entities. I'm glad there is still hope out there like
yours. But I feel there is going to have to be some blood letting
some where. And it will have to come under and be backed up by
the U.S. Federal Constitution or it will fail.

I'm also glad you like mt post. We haven't always had the same views,
but you seem as determined as me to never hold a grudge, from one
thread to the next. A quality that makes a good member here for
sure.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 07:55 PM
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Its a shame we don't have the luxury of a"no confidence"vote.Personally I don't know if the president is evil,incompetent or a witting or unwitting accomplice but the Open asks a good question.Is the leader of the free world having a nervous breakdown?I strongly worry about the answer to that question myself...



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:19 PM
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I'm thinking the longer Obama remains in office, the speed towards
destruction will increase exponentially. With the constant threat
that he could just, nut up at any moment. And become the sum of
all fears.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:30 PM
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So the fact we are done with two decade long war and the economy is really starting to roll is a bad thing? I know doom and gloom is the way of things around here but, come on.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:31 PM
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Some of the blogs I've been visiting regularly for the last four or five years have been speculating how psychologically stable he is for a long time now.

What specifically makes you think he's more likely now than he was then to suddenly pop off a go psycho?

I'm not saying it can't happen because I think he does have some serious flaws in his psyche, but he's managed to sort of hang on this long. What's pushed him over the edge this time?

Now, if the House and Senate both flip ... lookout!



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:52 PM
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ketsuko
reply to post by randyvs
 


Some of the blogs I've been visiting regularly for the last four or five years have been speculating how psychologically stable he is for a long time now.

What specifically makes you think he's more likely now than he was then to suddenly pop off a go psycho?

I'm not saying it can't happen because I think he does have some serious flaws in his psyche, but he's managed to sort of hang on this long. What's pushed him over the edge this time?

Now, if the House and Senate both flip ... lookout!


If what you're asking is do I have any particular reason I'm looking
at or even any indicative psychological observations ? i don't, not
really. Nothing other than what has been mentioned here so far.
I've been sort of wondering myself into some deep concerns and
really gathering opinions on somethings I'm relating to all of this.
Come as it may. I hope that's in line with your question.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:54 PM
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America so economically weak


I disagree with this assessment. There are definitely structural flaws in the economy, but it's still an unmatched powerhouse. I think fears of a debt/inflation crisis in the near term are vastly overrated, and the top producers in the country will continue to clean up and dominate intellectual capital for the remainder of Obama's term. Enough crumbs drop down to keep most people comfortable enough not to be disruptive, per usual.

I see 2013-2016 being pretty similar to 2010-2013. Which means incremental growth, which I know frustrates people who want to see Obama go down.



posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:55 PM
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So the fact we are done with two decade long war and the economy is really starting to roll is a bad thing? I know doom and gloom is the way of things around here but, come on.


Hello MrSpad, can you clerify this for me a bit?
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posted on Jan, 6 2014 @ 10:59 PM
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No, you know who the incremental growth is really going to frustrate? The 11 to 15% who out of a job and the many more like myself who are stuck underemployed without full-time work.

Because, you know, it's so wonderful to watch your household become an economically sinking ship while everyone hails the "incrementally growing" economy that just can't manage to produce enough jobs to employ nearly enough people to put everyone who'd like to work back to work.



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