On Jan. 22, The Jerusalem Post reported that Iran has deployed a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) “whose range far exceeds the distance between Iran and Israel, and between Iran and Europe.”
Iran apologists want us to believe this is not a military ICBM for delivering nuclear warheads, but a peaceful Space Launch Vehicle (SLV) for orbiting satellites. However, this is a distinction without a difference.
The Obama administration is busting a gut over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech to the U.S. Congress.
L. Todd Wood at Red Flag says this is because Netanyahu is likely to speak openly about the reality of Islamic terrorism and thus poses a threat to the semi-secrecy of the Obama administration’s agenda to help Iran develop nukes they can stick on top of their ICBMs.
It makes sense. Obama wants American sheeple to continue to swallow his baloney about how Muslim extremist groups are no threat to us and certainly aren’t motivated by Islam, except they do and they are.
Bret Stevens at The Wall Street Journal notes that Democrat support for Israel has been eroding for decades and that relations between our two nations have been in crisis since Obama took office.
To my mind, it all adds up to something I’ve believed since 2008, which is that while Obama is not the Anti-Christ, he was put into the Oval Office to help pave the way for him.