US Army Confirms in Study: First Signpost Could Lead to Second Signpost

Of course the US Army, like most institutions, does not know about the Signpost interpretation of Bible prophecy.

Removing Saddam Hussein in 2003 and instilling a democracy in Iraq was the First of the Four Signposts. The stage for the Second Signpost has now been set.

As reported in Newsweek, a study released from the US Army makes a “bleak assessment of its 2003 invasion of Iraq and subsequent attempts to defeat a Sunni Muslim insurgency until a 2011 withdrawal, claiming that neighboring Iran was the only true winner of the operation.”

The study states,

“In terms of geostrategic consequences, the war produced profound consequences.”

That will turn out to be an understatement. Where taking out Saddam Hussein has resulted in profound consequences, only the tip of the iceberg is being realized.

Of course Iran is in a more advantageous position, but not just in Iraq and Syria as the study says.

The truly profound consequence is the stage has been set for the Second Signpost, the great invasion of the Middle East by Iran, which is nothing less than the next event in series preceding the return of Jesus Christ. This is what many would call the end of the world. How’s that for truly profound?

Categories: In The News, Signpost #1: Iraq, Signpost #2: Iran

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6 replies

  1. Yes. And it will be interesting to see what the future political landscape in the U.S. will need to look like in order to be part of the picture which allows Iran to boldly go and do what they’ve not done before (without fear of U.S. intervention apparently). It would seem possible the ‘hawks’ within the U.S. government might have their wings clipped at that point in time. Interesting to consider possible or likely ramifications for America both pre and post an Iranian invasion.

  2. There will be no attack while the USA is involved, unless the Americans withdraw from the area no attack is imminent this could be years away…

  3. Some bigwigs in U.S. intelligence have just suggested that Iran is less of a threat than the few remaining ISIS fighters. Obviously, these bigwigs have not read Daniel Revisited.

    Outraged at their assessment, President Trump today fired off tweets stating: “The Intelligence people seem to be extremely passive and naive when it comes to the dangers of Iran. They are wrong! When I became President Iran was making trouble all over the Middle East, and beyond. Since ending the terrible Iran Nuclear Deal, they are MUCH different, but a source of potential danger and conflict. They are testing Rockets (last week) and more, and are coming very close to the edge. There economy is now crashing, which is the only thing holding them back. Be careful of Iran. Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!”

    Whether or not President Trump is aware of Daniel 8:4, he at least wary of Iran’s intentions. Since Iran will probably invade the Middle East during Trump’s tenure as U.S. President, I pray he is wise enough to keep American forces out of the way when Daniel 8:4 kicks into gear.

  4. If the bible is true,and it is something big has to happen to keep usa out? But Even if the USA decided to play,they the US would have a hard time intervening even with rockets and air strikes.Stopping a 2 million man army that is doing a lightning strikes across the Middle East is no small task. Before you know it the bear is done.So know doubt as in desert took 5 months to build up troops.Turkey,with the help of the west,and Muslim nations will probably be the next gathering point.

  5. The timing of Iran’s great invasion (Daniel 8:4) may be related to Israel’s becoming energy self-sufficient.

    The 2014 article reported:

    “A classic quip since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948 has been that Moses brought his people out of Egypt to the one spot in the Middle East that didn’t have oil. “We proved that joke to be wrong,” says Gideon Tadmor, chairman of the Delek Group, one of a consortium of companies that built the Tamar platform. Delek and its partners began extracting gas from Tamar in March 2013 and has been doing so with the natural gas from three other fields as well. Ten years ago, Israel was a country 80 percent powered by coal, with the remaining 20 percent from oil—all of which had to be imported. Now, natural gas supplies half those energy needs.”

    The 2019 article reported that Israel should be energy self-sufficient by the end of 2019.

    “A gas pipeline will run from here and will link us to the gas economy of Europe,” Netanayhu — who was joined on Thursday’s Leviathan tour by Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz — noted. “It will reach our Arab neighbors. First and foremost, it will supply clean gas to the citizens of Israel. Two-thirds of every shekel’s worth of gas extracted from the sea here will go straight into the state treasury. This is hundreds of billions of shekels that will serve us in education, social welfare and the other vital needs of the State of Israel and the citizens of Israel. This is a great revolution,” Netanyahu added. “An independent Israel will not depend on anyone for its energy needs.”

  6. From the Washington Free Beacon today: Netanyahu: Meetings in Warsaw With Arab Leaders to Combat Iran

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