“I will stand with the Muslim should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.”
From, Audacity of Hope by Barrack Hussein Obama
Barack Obama flew 7000 miles at the cost of $170,000.00 per flight hour under the cloak of secrecy, surprise and darkness for a formal signing of a ten year Karzai agreement between the United States and Afghanistan. The contents of this agreement have not been released or approved as a treaty by the White House or the State Department; however it does allegedly stop drone strikes and demands the Taliban’s promise of peace.
Department of In-Justice and Selective Application of the Law
Eric Holder was sworn in as the 82nd United States Attorney General when he took the oath (provided below) with Vice President Joe Biden presiding. The focus of this summary will speak to the segment of the oath that reads ‘against all enemies, foreign and domestic.’ The question is just who actually defines those enemies and on what criteria especially those of a domestic nature? Likely those decisions are a collaborative effort composed of a large group of people in Washington DC that include Eric Holder at Justice and Timothy Geither at Treasury to list a few.
Nostradamus: Century 1, Quatrain 40:
The false trumpet concealing madness
will cause Byzantium to change its laws.
From Egypt there will go forth a man who wants
the edict withdrawn, changing money and standards.
History is written now on the fall of the Middle East at the hands of decision makers within the Council of Foreign Relations to destroy the Christian foundation that was born there.
In the quest to manage Human Rights across the world by the elitist leaders who thrive on power and control, Iran fell due to President Carter and Egypt fell due to President Obama. Decades separate the regime changes but the underlying symptoms and conditions were essentially identical.
The Shah Mohammed Reza Phalavi assumed power in Iran and worked diligently to install reforms in the ruling of his country. He worked to deal with trade, the economy, social issues and the Constitution. In the midst of his efforts President Carter interfered with the Shah regarding the matter of Human Rights. Carter accused the Shah of torturing 3000 prisoners who were in fact radical fundamentalists, communists and terrorists. Carter demanded the Shah move towards socialist’s values as well as to terminate military tribunals in favor of civilian trials. As the Shah opposed the pressure from Carter, more unrest began to occur.