19 Responses to Primed to explode: U.S. warships move closer to Syria- Russia warns U.S. of consequences of intervention

    • Brandon says:

      The evidence is most definitely fabricated. Russia and the other nations of the world are not innocent they are controlled by the same powers that control the West. Remember last year Russia, China and Iran all said WWIII will start if the US attacked Syria. Where are those threats now? Where is the promised S-300 missile system? Lies lies all of it. Isaiah 17:1 is about to come to pass, then Daniel 8 and everyone better watch out…


  1. marybell says:

    Just look at that picture- how horrible–Come soon, Lord Jesus. It is such a broken world


  2. Wilhelm says:

    The lack of vegetation in these street scenes makes the whole situation appear even more unbearable. Do these city dwellers really live like this with such an incredible lack of ‘stimulation from nature’?!


  3. Byzcat says:

    Is it possible that the US was running chemical weapons through Benghazi to the Syrian rebels to set up just such a false flag operation to overthrow Assad? Call me paranoid, but nothing our government does anymore would surprise me.


    • Yes, you are paranoid. We make mistakes, and our troops occasionally go nuts, but FALSE FLAGS don’t fly. Requires keeping too many secrets.


    • James says:

      I agree with you wholeheartedly, after 9/11 it wouldn’t surprise me in the least if the US government was behind the gassing of innocent people to gain momentum for an invasion of Syria….just look at Operation Northwoods…..they wanted to do it in the 60s and 70s…they are doing it now.

      I wouldn’t call you Paranoid at all……more of a realist.



      • olden1936 says:

        So those ancient well-worn gears of world war are again swiftly being made ready to grind us all to dust, radio-active or not. There always has to be a focal point as an excuse to keep us all on a dread-filled war footing and this time it is the Syrian conflict. I thank God I’m far too old, infirm, and disobedient to be conscripted into the military, or to be sent down the mines. With few years of life left to me my only regret is the current power-hungry stupidity, arrogance, and greed of our world political, business, and religious leaders that also due to massed apathy, will leave a living Hell for our descendents to inherit. Remember folks, your ongoing silence is taken by war-mongers, as your approval of their actions, but just as you do, most family folks of your currently supposed enemies just long to live in peace.


  4. Irene C says:

    Praying for these people. Could this be the fulfillment of Isaiah 17?


  5. maria says:

    The burden of Damascus. Lo, Damascus is taken away from being a city, And it hath been a heap — a ruin.(jes.17:1)

    And Jehovah saith unto me, `Thou hast well seen: for I am watching over My word to do it.`(jer.1:12)


  6. Kumo says:

    It would seem that those that are in power over here in the US are bound and determined to further destroy world opinion of our people. I just don’t see much good that can come with interfering with Syria’s civil war. It would appear that we are quickly going the way of the Roman Empire of old and somewhere in hell, Nero is laughing at us.


  7. olden1936 says:

    Let’s face it, even without UN military intervention Assad’s forces and the heavily armed rebel opposition between them are capable of reducing Syria to corpse-strewn ashes, and no outsider can truly judge who is right or in the wrong. So any outside intervention based upon definite unquestionable knowledge should be totally focused upon aiding the plight of the millions of innocent Syrian refugees who like us all simply long to live in peace. How many homeless refugees could be fed, clothed, sheltered, and given hope for the price of one missile or drone?


  8. maria says:

    The Isaiah Scroll, designated 1Qlsa and also known as the Great Isaiah Scroll, was found in a cave near the Dead Sea (Qumran Cave 1) with six other scrolls by Bedouin shepherds in 1947, later known as the Dead Sea Scrolls. (wikipedia)

    For the head of Aram is Damascus, And the head of Damascus is Rezin, And within sixty and five years Is Ephraim broken from [being] a people.(Isaiah 7:8)


    God Bless You



  9. Dennis E. says:

    I would not support US Military Action in Syria. I would support giving arms to the rebels if they were not Muslims themselves and even part of the terrorist groups we have fought in Iraq and Afghanistan. No, Syria is Russia’s problem, not ours.

    According to news reports, Assad’s forces are winning this civil war with help from Iran and Hezbollah. Furthermore, there are reports of conflicts further North with the Kurds.No doubt this is a flashpoint and I am under the belief that if continued unchecked, will result in a clash between Western And Russian Forces.

    Where is Israel in this? Stuck in the middle. All it would take, and there has been reports of rockets from Syria striking the northern border area, one small chemical rocket and I think it would be game on. Could be a rough fall/winter.

    Don’t sit around fumbling, stock up on supplies for the family because this really could get out of control…………..and I am speaking about the use of weapons of mass destruction.

    Just my opinion………..


  10. Chuck Taylor says:

    It’s in the US interest, if it wishes to protect Israel, to support the Assad dictatorship in Syria, to do an about face in foreign policy, however embarrassing. The pattern has been shown in the middle east in Tunisia and Egypt. Democratic forces from the city start the revolution, larger conservatives in the country seize it.


  11. David says:

    I am confused as to why Russia have not attacked the UK yet, Russia have had the World Law on it’s side, the UK have broke every rule in the UN’s books over Eraq Libya et, Britain should be sorted once and for all, 90% of British people would support an attack on UK at this time.


  12. niebo says:

    This situation is so incredibly complicated that it falls into the “distress with perplexity” category. Chemical weapons or not, Assad is a “king” against his people: he is not Sunni or Shia Muslim but Alawite (gnostic Muslim), a minority of 2 million who are threatened with annihilation if another sect takes hold (due to an 80’s era “slaughter” of thousands of Muslim Brotherhood members in Hama); other sects are +/- 75 percent of the population. Also, the Alawites and Christians (also 2 million or so) are allies, and the only thing that protects the Christians from annihilation are the Alawites. The Syrian Christians may find refuge in Israel (Israel is preparing for this possibility), but the Alawites will fight to the death.



  13. Leo says:

    Yes and when the U.S. military strikes Syria, Iran will strike Israel .


  14. tonic says:

    We can turn our backs on the murder that is occurring in this country. Or we can stop it.
    All depends on your price on life.

    If “enough is enough” is not called by Christian people, then who will call it?


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