Before Trump Fights ISIS He Needs To Rid Our Country Of Muslim Brotherhood

So President Trump wants to fight radical Islam (ISIS) alongside President el-Sisi of Egypt.  Sounds like a great plan, right?  But I think he is missing something much more dangerous to the U.S. than ISIS.

One of his promises during the campaign was to declare the Muslim Brotherhood and all affiliates as “terrorist” groups. He spoke of making it illegal to be part of the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S.

During the reign of Obama, he placed members of the MB in key positions in DHS and the State department.  Valerie Jarrett, who was Obama’s top advisor had ties to the MB. How many of these people are still in their positions in our government? And what happened to the promise that Trump made?

I wrote an article last year about the Muslim Brotherhood’s plans to have their own political party.  This is outrageous and something MUST be done!

Star Spangled Sharia: Muslim Brotherhood Plans To Launch Own Political Party

President Trump MUST get his priorities in order

Leaving members of the MB in our government and even in our country is a huge mistake!  How can our president not understand that fighting ISIS while the MB flourishes and grows in the U.S. is insane?!  The Muslim Brotherhood is the Granddaddy of all terrorist groups – Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda  – all of them are supported by the Muslim Brotherhood.

Here is the article which has me a bit upset:


Trump tells Sisi U.S., Egypt will fight Islamic militants together

U.S. President Donald Trump moved to reset U.S. relations with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Monday after the prior Obama administration’s strained ties, giving him firm backing and vowing to work together to fight Islamic militants.

“I just want to let everybody know in case there was any doubt that we are very much behind President Sisi. He’s done a fantastic job in a very difficult situation. We are very much behind Egypt and the people of Egypt,” Trump said in an Oval Office meeting with the Egyptian leader.

The trip was Sisi’s first official U.S. visit since being elected president in 2014. Trump’s predecessor, Barack Obama, never extended an invitation.

Obama froze aid to Egypt for two years after Sisi, then a general, overthrew President Mohamed Mursi in mid-2013 after mass protests against Mursi’s rule. Mursi, a Muslim Brotherhood member, had been elected the previous year.

The one-on-one meeting between Trump and Sisi, followed by a separate gathering with top aides, showed how intent the new U.S. president is on rebooting the bilateral relationship and building on the strong connection the two presidents established when they first met in New York last September.

“I just want to say to you, Mr President, that you have a great friend and ally in the United States, and in me,” Trump said.

Sisi said he appreciated that Trump has been “standing very strong … to counter this evil ideology.”

While Trump noted the United States and Egypt “have a few things” they do not agree on, he made no public airing of U.S. concerns about human rights in Egypt.

Rights groups have called for the release of Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian-American who works with street children and was arrested in May 2014 on human trafficking charges.

Hijazi has been held in custody for 33 months in violation of Egyptian law, which states that the maximum period for pretrial detention is 24 months.

U.S. “very much behind” Egyptian president: Trump

A senior administration official said the subject of Hijazi did not come up in the meeting with Trump, Sisi and their advisers but said the detention is an issue of concern and a case that is being watched closely by the Trump administration.

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said the two presidents had an “honest discussion focused on areas of cooperation” and that they discussed “both areas of cooperation and of concern.”

At the United Nations in New York, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said the Trump administration is not backing away from human rights “because they fully support me speaking about human rights in the Security Council.”

Human rights groups have estimated that Sisi’s government has detained at least 40,000 political prisoners.

Egypt has long been one of Washington’s closest allies in the Middle East, receiving $1.3 billion in U.S. military aid annually. It is fighting an Islamist insurgency in Sinai in which hundreds of Egyptian soldiers and police have been killed.

A U.S. official said Sisi would find a White House ready to soften U.S. criticism of Egypt on human rights and to work on counter-terrorism but unwilling to provide additional aid to the most populous Arab nation.

“He’s going to get an end to finger-wagging. We’re not giving him any more money,” said the U.S. official, who spoke on condition of anonymity before Sisi’s meetings with Trump.

“He’s going to be disappointed because he wants more assistance and he’s not going to get it,” the official added, saying it was not yet clear whether Egypt would escape a cut in its foreign aid as part of the Trump administration’s plan to cut the overall State Department budget by 28.7 percent. – source

God is in control

And that is the only thing that keeps me from losing my mind!  I have to remind myself to take a deep breath – read the Word – and pray.  The MOST important thing to our Lord is that the lost might be saved.

Let’s share the Gospel with everyone!  Time is so short!


North Korean Defector Says the World Should Be Ready For Kim Jong-Un

Sometimes I think that when the world looks at the North Korean leader, his appearance evokes a kind of humorous response.  But according to this man who made it out of that country, he tells NBC that Kim Jong-Un is no joke.  He says that the whole world should make themselves ready for possible nuclear devastation.


North Korean Defector Tells Lester Holt ‘World Should be Ready’

SEOUL, South Korea — A senior North Korean defector has told NBC News that the country’s “desperate” dictator is prepared to use nuclear weapons to strike the United States and its allies.

Thae Yong Ho is the most high profile North Korean defector in two decades, meaning he is able to give a rare insight into the secretive, authoritarian regime.

According to Thae, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is “desperate in maintaining his rule by relying on his [development of] nuclear weapons and ICBM.” He was using an acronym for intercontinental ballistic missiles — a long range rocket that in theory would be capable of hitting the U.S.


“Once he sees that there is any kind of sign of a tank or an imminent threat from America, then he would use his nuclear weapons with ICBM,” he added in an exclusive interview on Sunday.

Thae was living in London and serving as North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Kingdom when he and his family defected to South Korea and were announced to the world in August.

He was not directly involved in North Korea’s weapons program but believes his country “has reached a very significant level of nuclear development.”

North Korea is estimated to have upward of eight nuclear weapons but has not demonstrated the ability to attach them to a long-range rocket, an ICBM, capable of hitting the U.S.

“Kim Jong Un is a man who can do anything beyond the normal imagination”
Analysts are unsure exactly how close the regime is to achieving this aim, but a senior official told NBC News in January that his government was ready to test-fire an ICMB “at any time, at any place.”

Adm. Scott Swift, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, told NBC News that American officials were particularly troubled by this latest threat.

“They have the nuclear capability — they’ve demonstrated that,” he said. “And then, where they’re going with the miniaturization of that, whether they can actually weaponize a missile, that’s what’s driving the current concern.”

Thae’s interview with NBC News comes against a backdrop of rising tensions surrounding North Korea, which has significantly increased its missile and nuclear tests under Kim’s rule.

President Donald Trump told the Financial Times newspaper on Monday that “something had to be done” about North Korea. This came after Defense Secretary James Mattis said the country “has got to be stopped” and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said military action was “on the table.”

“It does feel more dangerous — I’ll give you three reasons,” according to Adm. James Stavridis, an NBC News analyst and dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Massachusetts. “One is [Kim’s] own precarious situation in command of the nation. Number two is the instability in South Korea. We’ve just seen the South Korean president indicted, arrested, and incarcerated.”

“And, number three, a new and more aggressive American foreign policy coming from Washington,” he added.

Some analysts have warned that military action against the country might be very difficult and even disastrous. An invasion could risk a retaliatory strike against U.S. allies of Japan and South Korea, whose capital, Seoul, is just 50 miles from the border.

Nonetheless, Thae warned America and its allies to be prepared.

“If Kim Jong Un has nuclear weapons and ICBMs, he can do anything,” he said. “So, I think the world should be ready to deal with this kind of person.”

He added that “Kim Jong Un is a man who can do anything beyond the normal imagination” and that “the final and the real solution to the North Korean nuclear issue is to eliminate Kim Jong Un from the post.”

Kim came to power in 2012 and has defined his strongman premiership by the pursuit of a nuclear weapon that can hit the U.S. He has conducted more missile tests than in the rest of the country’s history combined, and three of North Korea’s five nuclear tests came under his watch.

According to Thae, Kim is obsessed with obtaining nukes because he saw what happened to Iraq’s Saddam Hussein and Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi, both of whom abandoned their countries’ weapons of mass destruction programs and then were overthrown by Western-backed forces.

“Our freedom here is achieved at the cost of the sacrifice of my family members left in North Korea”

Many analysts agree that Kim sees a nuclear weapon — and the retaliatory threat it poses — as an insurance policy against a similar strategy being pursued against him.

“That’s why Kim Jong Un strongly believes that only a nuclear weapon can guarantee his rule,” Thae said.

According to the former diplomat, the world should look to Kim’s past actions to see what he is capable of. The young leader has reportedly been responsible for purges and executions of top officials and even members of his own family.

Last month, according to U.S. and South Korean intelligence officials, he masterminded the assassination of his own half-brother, Kim Jong Nam, at an airport in Malaysia.

“Kim Jong Un is a person who did not even hesitate to kill his uncle and a few weeks ago, even his half-brother,” Thae said. “So, he is a man who can do anything to remove [anyone in] his way.”

Since his defection Thae has been making media appearances and giving talks denouncing North Korea’s controlling and often brutal society. For this reason he believes he could be the next victim.

“I am already a marked man,” he said. “Kim Jong Un wants to eliminate any person or any country which poses a threat to him. And I think I am really a great threat to him.”

Thae was the highest-ranking North Korean official to abandon the regime and enter public life in South Korea since the 1997 defection of Hwang Jang Yop, who was responsible for crafting “Juche” — North Korea’s state ideology, which blends elements of Marxism with ultra-nationalism.

He made the decision to switch sides, he said, after his two sons began asking questions about why North Korea did not allow the internet, why there was no proper legal system and why officials were executed without trial.

His sons also complained they were being mocked by their British friends.

“All of my family members were a little bit frightened, you know, on that day,” he said of the moment he decided to escape. “But I always told them that we have to try to be as peaceful as possible. We should carry the normal faces and normal feelings so that our plan of defection should not be noticed by anyone in the embassy.”

This came at a high price, however. He was able to escape with his wife and children — but he fears his brother and sister in North Korea have been punished for his actions.

“Our freedom here is achieved at the cost of the sacrifice of my family members left in North Korea,” he said. “When a defection of my level happens, the North Korean regime usually sends the family members of high officials, defectors, to remote areas or labor camps and, to some extent, even to political prison camps as well.”

This fate is not unique. More than 100,000 people are believed to have been detained in North Korea’s notorious gulags, where they are subjected to forced labor, torture and executions — treatment the United Nations said was “strikingly similar” to the atrocities of Nazi Germany.

Families are taken away by the country’s secret police for arbitrary crimes such as “gossiping” about the state.

This is all part of the dictatorship’s attempt to restrict information reaching North Korean families from the outside world. Most people cannot use the internet or access foreign media — Kim’s attempt to maintain the pretense that his country is prosperous and the Western world is failing.

In all, North Korea “remains one of the most repressive states in the world,” according to Human Rights Watch.

But according to Thae, the mask is slipping. More and more, North Koreans are able to watch South Korean films, giving them a true picture of their far more prosperous neighbor.

“I’m absolutely sure that once North Korean people are educated enough, then they may stand up,” according to the former ambassador. “North Korean population now knows well that South Korea is democratic, the society and economy here are very well.”

This, Thae said, “has already made the North Korean population not believe what the regime has been teaching and has been brainwashing them.”

He added: “I think this is really a great change in people’s mind, because they do not believe in the government’s propaganda system.”

In this shift may even lie the seeds of fundamental change in North Korea, according to Thae.

“I think that is very important. And once the people do not believe in what the leadership is saying, then there is a great possibility for possible uprising: what happened in Soviet Union, what happened in communist system in Eastern Europe,” he said.

“Because when the people in those Eastern European countries knew that the Western Europe were much better than Eastern Europe — the democratic society was much better than communist society and one-party system — all of a sudden people stood up against the system,” he added. “These things could also happen in North Korea.”

Thae said that he and other defectors can play a crucial part removing Kim.

“Every day I am living in order to accelerate the speed of my return home,” he said. “I think defectors like me, we should all unite together to bring down Kim Jong Un’s regime.” – source

We are in the end of the End Times of Biblical prophecy. Will this leader of North Korea play a large part in “Wars and rumors of wars?”

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Pray for the unsaved. Pray for America.

Most importantly, pray for God’s will to be done.




Palestinians Promise To Burn Israel To the Ground On Passover Week

How can President Trump even consider sitting down with PM Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas to discuss a peace treaty?  The Palestinians want no peace. They want death and destruction. They want to see Israel in a pile of ashes.

I pray that someone will give our president a history lesson on the plight of the Israeli people since 1948.  I also pray that God would take away the blinders from President Trump, and allow him to see the savage behavior of the so-called Palestinians for decades.

The land is not belong to them.  It never did.


Facebook post: ‘Let us turn April 17 into a fire that will burn the occupiers …’

WASHINGTON – Using social media to call for terror attacks and fires “to burn the land like an inferno,” Palestinians geared up for Israel’s Passover week observances and their own annual April 17 celebration of “Prisoner’s Day.”

The ruling Fatah Party of the official Palestinian Authority government led the cries for violence that would “escalate the confrontation with the occupier.”

“Let us turn April 17, 2017, into a fire that will burn the occupiers and burn the land like an inferno under the feet of the tyrants, and let’s escalate the popular resistance everywhere,” the Fatah student movement posted on the official Fatah Facebook page. “Therefore, we call on our brave students and the masses of our people to escalate the confrontation with the occupier at all the places of confrontation.”

In previous April 17 “Prisoner’s Day” terror, some 16 Israelis have been murdered.

“We hold the Nazi occupation gang responsible for what will happen. We warn against taking any steps of oppression against our brave prisoners,” the post continued. “We declare in a clear manner that splits the sky: Fatah and its Shabiba are committed to a promise. We will not hesitate to burn the land under the feet of the tyrants if [Israel] harms the prisoners. Whoever wants to test us should remember the Wadi Al-Haramiya operation (i.e., terror attack, 10 murdered), the Ein Arik operation (i.e., terror attack, 6 murdered), and the hundreds of heroic operations that were carried out by Fatah members and the fighters of our people.”

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The picture in the post above shows Marwan Barghouti, a Fatah terror leader serving five life sentences for planning attacks in which five were murdered.

Palestinian Media Watch noted that that the threats are “yet another example of how Facebook allows and enables Fatah’s terror promotion.” – source 

Please pray for my people.  I am in tears thinking of the possible murder and destruction being planned by the Palestinians for Passover week.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem!