Jerusalem is at the
center of Middle East controversy, the city placed on the proverbial
by the American president
and the international
community for division in order to bring about a Palestinian
state. More than that, it is peace in our
time the world leaders say they seek.
There is a new prince in this process, and he has, in effect, just been anointed
as such by the globalist organization that officially pronounces such
Obama was named the 2009 winner of the
Nobel Peace Prize this past week. His
nomination was actually made nine days into his presidency, then his selection
as winner was announced October 8. The decision, made from a record 205
candidates, was unanimous.
Despite his brief
time in the international spotlight, Mr. Obama received much glowing
praise, such as that from Mohamed El Baradei, director general of the
International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, and a former
Nobel Peace Prize
"In less than a
year in office, he has transformed the way we look at ourselves and the world we
live in and rekindled hope for a world at peace with itself," El Baradei said.
"He has shown an unshakable commitment to diplomacy, mutual respect and dialogue
as the best means of resolving conflicts" (Joel Rosenberg’s
Why has a man of
only 48 years of age, who has no accomplishments of any distinction in matters
of international peace-making, and little experience in anything else except
organizing in Chicago, and a few hours spent actually working in the U.S. Senate
before being elected president of the United States, suddenly been declared the
top man of peace by the Nobel committee?
Despite Mohamed El Baradei's acclamation of Obama's peace-making, there is no
such achievement to be found, only claims of achievement.
In short, the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Barack Obama has been
intentionally designed to frustrate any efforts on the part of the US to help
Israel defend itself against Iran.
developments are afoot while the world looks for the prince that shall come, and
we who name the name of Christ look for the true Prince of peace.
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