He has been like a candle in the wind of nonsensical liberal dogma seeking to destroy Israel. The occupant of the Oval Office and other leaders around the world that are trying to guide into existence an end time caliphate against Israel need a weak, leftist minded, Islamist Marxist-trusting leader at the helm in Israel. They need to topple Bashar Assad’s Syrian government.

They need someone who will give in to having a hostile terrorist state cutting across the midsection of Israel. They need to topple any stable government that stands in the way of the Islamic State and Iran’s upcoming Persian-Assyrian empire.

On one hand, the dark side appears to be dealt a human setback with the Israeli elections. In journalism, we are supposed to write about the facts.

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Nahum 1:3 says, “The LORD is slow to anger, and great in power, and will not at all acquit the wicked: the LORD has his way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of his feet.” We must remain focused on the mission. The current situation in Israel is a prophetic one.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has held the line on negotiating with terrorists and has been strong on the protection of Israel.

Those who know me and read my posts know that I renounce and deplore all they stand for.

But I do see them as tools of the dark side in advancing end time prophecy.

This coincides with reports that the “president” walked out of a meeting with Netanyahu to make him think about the error of his ways while the “president” had dinner with his wife in March 2010.

While there are various accounts of this report, the “president” demonstrated his disappointment in Netanyahu by not taking a joint picture for the media during that visit.

As of the time of this writing, there is no message of congratulations from the White House.

What this all means is that the Islamic human factor will be inflamed, energized and spoiling for a fight with Israel.

The pace of “all things Islam” kept by the US “president” may be slowed in the short term, hindered by a newly realized public perception in Israel that enemies should be kept at bay. The Islamic side would seemingly be more energized, more blatantly (if that is possible) aggressive, culminating in hostilities.

Already the spin-masters at the White House and Democratic Party circles are putting on the face that US-Israel relations are too strong and deep to be affected by any animosity between the “president” and his foreign policy nemesis Netanyahu.

Specifically, there has been a lot of coverage in the media about some of the rhetoric that emerged yesterday that was propagated by the Likud Party to encourage turnout of their supporters that sought to, frankly, marginalize Arab-Israeli citizens.