Awaken Biblical Prophecy Commentary – Targeted U.S. Destruction of Israel

Awaken Biblical Prophecy Commentary – Targeted U.S. Destruction of Israel




Since October 7, 2023 when Hamas terrorists brutally attacked Israel and killed hundreds of innocent civilians, one of the things I’ve been saying is that at some point the US will abandon Israel, and she will be on her own.  Sadly, our American government, and far too many others in our country – including much of the church, which should know better – are against Israel.  Antisemitism has reared its ugly head in every segment of our society and in every corner of the world.  This shouldn’t surprise us, of course, because the Bible is clear that this is a spiritual battle.  Satan’s last gasp effort to destroy the Jewish state so as to prove God a liar is on display.  It will only get worse.

To the point that the Biden Regime is working fervently against Israel, Caroline Glick has written another very useful article that highlights the effort to destroy the Jewish people on their God-promised land.  What I’ll do in this Commentary is read parts of Glick’s article and comment as appropriate.  The article is titled 360 degrees of hostility: The Biden administration and Israel was published on February 6.  In my following Commentary, for clarity I’ll identify Glick’s writing or thinking along with my separate thoughts.


Glick: Speaking to the crowd in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod, Shifra Shahar, who runs a nonprofit organization that cares for the needs of soldiers, addressed her remarks to Israel’s leaders:

“Government of Israel, defense minister, IDF chief of staff, get ahold of yourselves!

“We had elections last year. I don’t recall voting for [U.S. Secretary of State Antony] Blinken! Blinken is sitting in the war cabinet and protecting the interests of my enemy. … We have sons in Gaza. We have sons fighting. The entry of the trucks endangers them, prolongs the war, increases the number of casualties and delays the return of the hostages!

“They tell me, ‘There are constraints.’ He who is constrained doesn’t win the war.

“They tell me, ‘The Americans are threatening not to provide us with ammunition.’

“To this, I say, if we were besieging them, we wouldn’t need ammunition! The war would end. They’d be screaming for help, returning the hostages and the war would end!”


GWR: This outrage is representative of a large majority of Israelis.  It shows that the Jewish people are not fooled any longer by the Biden Regime.  I wonder how we as Americans would feel if we saw that some third party – such as the World Economic Forum – was dictating the policy decisions in our county.  Oh, wait. . .


Glick: Three and a half months ago, when Biden came to Israel, most Israelis couldn’t imagine his warm embrace would transform into a torrent of hostile actions.

At the height of Biden’s emotional visit, he gave a speech to the people of Israel: “I come to Israel with a single message. You are not alone. You are not alone. As long as the United States stands—and we will stand forever—we will not let you ever be alone.”

For the overwhelming majority of Israelis, Biden’s declaration sounded like a bankable guarantee. But for the few with more sensitive ears, it sounded like a threat—that he and his administration would never leave Israel alone to fight the war to victory.

As the weeks and months passed, it turned out that the latter had it right. The administration has never let Israel alone to win the war whose outcome will determine whether the Jewish state can long survive. At every turn, in every quarter, the United States is constraining, undermining, subverting and coercing Israel to make moves that, as [Israeli activist] Shahar said, are “against the interests of the citizens of Israel.”


GWR: As it turns out, our benevolent government isn’t that so much.  This meddling in other nation’s affairs is a long-standing policy of our nation through CIA-initiated coups, assassinations, and electoral interference.  For those of us who have awakened to the fact that many claimed conspiracy theories are true, this comes as no surprise.

As I’ve mentioned at other times, our own nation and the freedoms we enjoy have been under attack for 100 years due to Communist activities – by Communists in our own government at the highest levels and within every 3-letter agency.

Worse, the seminal events we were told by our government and their lackeys in the media that were caused by outside rogue actors and terrorist states were actually caused and carried out by traitorous actors within the US itself intent on bringing us down so as to initiate a one world government.  I’m talking about presidents, Senators, Congressmen, unelected bureaucrats, and think-tank players.


Glick: The details of the hostages-for-terrorists-and-ceasefire talks that CIA director William Burns has been overseeing appear to involve Israel releasing from its prisons to Judea, Samaria and Gaza hundreds or perhaps thousands of Palestinian terrorists, including mass murderers. The initial reports asserted that the terms for the deal were 100-250 terrorists for each of the 136 hostages.

In addition to requiring Israel to free them in exchange for at least some of the 136 Israeli hostages Hamas has been holding since Oct. 7, Burns’ deal requires Israel to end its military operations in Gaza for between one to two months.

By compelling Israel to end its operations in Gaza for such a long period, Burns expects that the Netanyahu government will be unable to reinstate Israel’s operations when the hostages-for-terrorists swap is concluded.

The United States is intent on reaching a ceasefire because the Biden administration remains committed to its strategic objective of appeasing Iran at Israel’s expense.


GWR: This deal appears to have fallen apart, but the point is how one-sided it was supposed to be.  Think about this.  At the upper end of the number of terrorists released per single Israeli hostage, this means that for the 136 Israelis – some number of whom are already dead – Israel would have been required to release 34,000 very much alive terrorists, i.e. killers and rapists.  Again, this was being negotiated by the US.  Tell me once more who is our beloved ally whom Biden says we will stand with forever.


Glick: Shin Bet – Israel’s Security Agency – stated that 60% to 70% of the so-called humanitarian aid entering Gaza daily either goes directly into Hamas’s hands or is commandeered by Hamas terrorists for their use.

This information bolstered eyewitness testimonies by Palestinians claiming that Hamas seized the aid trucks and footage from the Egyptian border with Gaza, showing Hamas terrorists shooting at civilians seeking access to the supplies.

Under such circumstances, it is clear that the Biden administration’s pointed and ever-escalating demands that Israel permit more or less unlimited entry of supply-laden trucks to Gaza amounts to a demand that Israel resupply its enemy in the midst of war.

This compels the [Palestinian] population to remain beholden to Hamas and not work with Israel to end the war by turning in Hamas terrorists or helping IDF forces locate and rescue the hostages.


GWR: Can you imagine in years’ past when America engaged in World War 2 against Nazi Germany and Imperialist Japan, what our military personnel would have thought if we were resupplying our mortal enemies with food and munitions?  Instead of fire-bombing Dresden in Germany or dropping nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we were sending them care packages with cookies and tea.  That would have gone over real big, but here we are telling our supposed good friend Israel that’s what she must do with Hamas.


Glick: The only way to provide humanitarian assistance to the people of Gaza without assisting Hamas is to provide them with the same right afforded to those in war zones worldwide: The right to leave the war zone for third countries. From the outset of the war, the Biden administration has strongly opposed Israel’s efforts to persuade the Egyptian government to permit the people of Gaza to leave the area.

In a speech last month in Tel Aviv, Secretary of State Antony Blinken reasserted U.S. opposition to permitting Gazans to leave the area.

“The United States unequivocally rejects any proposals advocating for the resettlement of Palestinians outside of Gaza,” he exhorted.

It isn’t that the Gazans have nowhere to go. Since Oct. 7, multiple countries, including Chechnya, Turkey, Scotland and Canada have stated their willingness to permit Gazans to seek refuge in their countries. Qatar, which serves as Hamas’s state sponsor, is another option.

According to Britain’s Guardian newspaper, Gazans are currently forced to pay $10,000 in bribes to Egyptian border guards to cross into Egypt for refuge.

As of Feb. 4, Hamas is increasingly attacking Israeli units in Gaza and bombing Israel with rockets from within humanitarian safe zones where hundreds of thousands of Gazans are now sheltering.

Given the circumstances, the U.S. position requires Israel to choose between defeating Hamas at a profound cost to civilian lives or being defeated itself.


GWR: Of course, the Biden Regime is helpless to urge or require Egypt to take Gazan refugees.  I’m sure we have no leverage whatsoever since we only give Egypt about $1.3 billion each year and have provided it over $85 billion since 1946.

Israel, on the other hand, isn’t so fortunate when it comes to our laissez-faire attitude.


Glick: On Jan. 28, NBC News reported that the administration is considering slowing supplies of various weapons to Israel to compel Israel to scale back its ground operations in Gaza and permit more supplies [that would go to Hamas] to enter the area.

The IDF has been compelled to conserve its ammunition on the ground due to shortages in supplies, indicating that the United States is slow-walking its supply of key armaments to Israel. This is of major concern, particularly given the near certainty of escalation along the northern front, where Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon is moving quickly towards a full-scale war with Israel.


GWR: Here it is.  This is the direction America is heading.  A time is coming when we will completely cut off military aid to Israel since she is no longer acting as our puppet.  How dare Israel try to continue to exist!?


Glick: Polls taken since Oct. 7 show that three-quarters of Israelis oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state. 70% of Israelis who voted for opposition parties, which include parties on the center and far-left, the Arab nationalist party and the Islamist party, believe that there is no chance of peaceful coexistence with the Palestinians.

This position places the Israeli people, rather than simply the government, at odds with the Biden administration, which since the outset of the war has insisted that its strategic goal is to establish a Palestinian state.

Biden and his advisers state regularly that Hamas does not represent the Palestinian people. But the Palestinian people disagree wholeheartedly. According to Palestinian pollsters, 75% of Palestinians support Hamas.

Last week, it was reported that the State Department is considering unilateral U.S. recognition of a “State of Palestine.” Such a move would not merely be an act of hostility against Israel. It would constitute a material breach of the Oslo Accords, of which the U.S. is a signatory.

The agreements barred the Palestinians from unilaterally forming a state or using the international arena as a means to settle the Palestinian conflict with Israel. Under the Oslo Accords, all agreements between Israel and the Palestinians must be reached through bilateral negotiations.


GWR: This is one more reason why foreign governments have been wary of any US promises.  We are not reliable.  We do not keep our word.  We have an agenda that is not favorable to our allies.  It is, rather, to encourage war and its resultant loss of lives.


Glick: Polling of Palestinians in Gaza and Judea and Samaria found that more than 80% of the Palestinians support the massacres of Oct. 7. Due to the massive levels of public support for the massacres, and the service Palestinian workers provided Hamas as intelligence gatherers, the Israeli government passed a decision barring Palestinians from working in Israel. To replace the Palestinians, the government decided to permit foreign workers from friendly countries, including India, to enter Israel on work permits.

Last week, the Israeli media reported that the Biden administration has intervened to block the replacement of Palestinian workers with Indian and other foreign workers.

The U.S. insists that the use of manpower companies to import foreign workers risks breaching bans on human trafficking and exploitation, and demanded that Israel not import laborers through manpower companies. Since these companies are the primary means to bring in foreign laborers, the impact of the State Department intervention has been to place an insurmountable obstacle in Israel’s path to replacing Palestinian workers who overwhelmingly support the genocide of the Jews of Israel.


GWR: Israeli liberals who lived near Gaza and were decimated by the attacks have come to realize that they were used.  So-called Palestinians that they helped because they thought such actions would bring peace, were rudely awakened on October 7.  Now Israel needs to replace these traitorous Gazans, and naturally our wonderful US government is against such actions.


Because, we want Israel to be at risk.  We want Israel’s ultimate destruction.

And I’ll just say how much I hate the fact that our government is like this and that America is a shell of what we’re supposed to be.  It grieves me terribly.


Glick: According to Israeli police data from the Samaria and Judea District, in 2023 Palestinians carried out 5,600 terrorist attacks against Israelis. During the same period, Israelis carried out 60 acts of violence against Palestinians.

[Despite the disparity], last Thursday President Biden issued an Executive Order that imposes sweeping economic sanctions on Israelis deemed by the secretary of state or secretary of treasury to be engaging in so-called “settler violence.” The sanctions obviously represent a flagrant violation of Israeli sovereignty and an expression of utter contempt for Israel’s criminal justice system.

The determination of who to sanction appears to be informed entirely by unsubstantiated allegations presented by Palestinian advocacy groups that do not recognize Israel’s right to exist.

One commentator put it succinctly: “Biden cancelled sanctions against Iran and shifted them over to Israel.”

It is worth noting that the Biden administration has placed no comparable sanctions on either Palestinian individuals who engage in actual acts of terrorism against Israelis or on the P.A., which incites, finances and sponsors terrorist attacks against Israel.

This Jews-only Executive Order works to turn sanctioned Israeli Jews who live in Judea and Samaria into pariahs in their own communities and to criminalize the half-million Israeli Jews who live in Judea and Samaria. But it does something much bigger as well: It advances the slander that Israelis are the moral equivalent of Hamas terrorists and the civilian lynch mobs that accompany them in their slaughter of Israeli Jews.


GWR: Our American government has a double-standard.  It promotes those who hate and kill, and hog-ties with sanctions the only nation in the world which of its own volition attempts to limit civilian casualties.  But that’s not enough.  We have said there’s no difference between a generally moral and ethical people, and those which are demonically incited to commit unspeakable atrocities.


Glick: Since the Hamas-led invasion of southern Israel, IDF units in Judea and Samaria have killed more than 500 terrorists and arrested thousands more. And they are just a drop in the bucket. The number of active terror cells continues to grow.

Despite the acute danger this terror nexus poses to the lives of the 500,000 Israelis who live in the areas and millions more in Jerusalem and central Israel, the Biden administration is acting to intimidate Israel into ending its counterterror operations in Judea and Samaria.

This week, the Israeli media reported that the State Department has begun investigating IDF units operating in Judea and Samaria for possible violations of our laws that alleges that IDF operations in Gaza are inherently suspect. According to the reports, the State Department sent a letter to the Foreign Ministry a month ago threatening to deny military equipment to several individual IDF units operating in Judea and Samaria. Israel has two months to submit its response to the State Department’s accusations.

The underlying assumption at the base of the accusations is even more dire than the allegations themselves. The United States demands that Israel account for every operation posits that Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria is inherently illegitimate, and that so are its counterterror operations in the areas. This view, which accords with the administration’s demand that no Palestinian leave Gaza and that Israel seize no buffer zones in Gaza to protect the Western Negev, stands at the base of the administration’s refusal to reconsider the strategic logic, viability and morality of its demand that Israel support the formation of a Palestinian state in its heartland, whose leaders and citizens are unified in their commitment to Israel’s annihilation.


GWR: The bottom line is that we demand Israel retain and effectively protect hostile actors intent on eliminating Israel “from the River to the Sea.”  America demands that Israel remain in a constant state of existential risk.


Glick: Speaking last month at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Blinken insisted that the key to peace in the Middle East is the establishment of a Palestinian state. Despite the fact that Palestinians are near-universal in their desire to annihilate Israel and their rejection of the U.S. goal of a two-state solution that would see the formation of a Palestinian Arab state living in peace with the Jewish state of Israel, Blinken insisted that “Arab leaders, Palestinian leaders” have prepared their people for Palestinian statehood. “I think the challenge now, the question now is: Is Israeli society prepared to engage in these questions? Is it prepared to have that mindset?”


GWR: Let’s bring a shred of sanity to this.  The Hamas charter states: “Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it”

I would bet that some number of Israelis are now familiar with this document that outlines clearly the impossibility of any kind of two-state solution.

I would also bet that when Benjamin Netanyahu quoted the Biblical command to remember the necessity of what God had the Israelites do to the Amalekites after the Exodus from Egypt, most Israelis now get the idea.  They are fighting an implacable foe that must be devoted to destruction as God required of so many of Israel’s enemies in the past.  Otherwise, they would perpetually be thorns in their sides and constantly bring trouble upon Israel.  This is the mindset the Jewish people must have.


Glick: Blinken places the blame for Israel’s unwillingness to accept a Palestinian terror state in its heartland not on the genocidal nature of Palestinian society, but on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  Blinken, the president, and the administration as a whole are keen to see Netanyahu ousted from power.

On Jan. 7, CNN reported that an administration official told him that Netanyahu has to choose between his coalition partners and his ties to President Biden and the United States.

A week later NBC reported that, in light of Netanyahu’s rejection of the administration’s efforts to end the war with a Palestinian state, “Three senior U.S. officials say the Biden administration is looking past Netanyahu to try to achieve its goals in the region.”

In an attempt to work around Netanyahu, [during his visit to Israel] Blinken also met individually with members of his war Cabinet and other Israeli leaders, including opposition leader … Yair Lapid.”

Given the threat level, the administration’s effort to dismantle Israel’s government endangers Israel’s very existence.


GWR: This kind of garbage action is what I mentioned earlier.  America has a very bad habit of telling other nations how to run their affairs, and will stop at nothing to accomplish our objectives with those countries.


Glick: This week, the US presidential envoy arrived in Israel in yet another bid to prevent Israel from removing Hezbollah forces and missiles from Southern Lebanon, where they pose an existential threat to Israel through military means.

For the past four months, the US representative has been seeking to force Israel to accept a “diplomatic solution” to Hezbollah’s military threat. Hezbollah, with its tens of thousands of battle-hardened terrorists perched along Lebanon’s border with Israel and its arsenal of 150,000 missiles, rockets, drones and mortars poses a clear and urgent threat to Israel.

After Hezbollah began shelling northern Israel without provocation on Oct. 8, the Israeli government rightly removed 80,000 Israeli residents from border communities in the north. They have been living in hotels ever since.

Israel demands that Hezbollah abide by the terms of the ceasefire set out in U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701 at the end of the 2006 Second Lebanon War.  This resolution requires Hezbollah forces and missiles to be located 30 km north of the border with Israel.

Rather than join Israel in insisting on Hezbollah compliance with the U.S.-sponsored resolution, Israel is being offered an unenforceable deal that would see Hezbollah remove its forces to just a handful of kilometers north of the border.

As part of this, Israel would agree to discuss the surrender of its sovereign territory along the border with Lebanon to Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon.

The only party capable of enforcing the deal is the IDF. And the U.S. offer precludes an Israeli military operation or presence in Southern Lebanon. Since the proposal cannot be enforced under its terms, the 80,000 Israeli refugees from the border communities will not be able to return home with even a modicum of safety.

Just as the administration’s positions vis-à-vis Gaza foresee and indeed require Israel to accept defeat in war, so its “diplomatic solution” for Lebanon requires Israel to accept strategic defeat at the hands of Iran’s Lebanese proxy Hezbollah.


GWR: Looking back historically, consider the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.  The Soviet Union moved missiles to Cuba.  In the subsequent confrontation that almost caused war, John F. Kennedy negotiated the removal of those weapons.  Why was he so concerned?  Cuba is at the doorstep of Florida, and we could not countenance that imminent threat.

More recently, consider the threat that Russia sees with Ukraine becoming part of NATO and having hostile armaments at its border.  Russia would have nothing to do with that.

Yet, we think it’s perfectly fine for Israel’s implacable enemy who wants her complete annihilation to be at her doorstep.

Also, I wonder how the residents of our southern border states would view a threat at an open border from Mexico with millions of hostile actors coming across to commit violence.  Oh, wait. . .

Can you imagine the equivalent of Israel’s 80,000 displaced citizens who must live in hotels and can’t return home happening here?  Well, actually, we’ve turned it around where we’re housing the invading alien force and paying them $9000 a month to live here and sponge off us.

Well, nobody ever said politicians are the sharpest knives in the drawer.


Glick: The Biden administration has been insisting that it has no evidence that Iran had prior knowledge of Hamas’s attack.  It has maintained its stubborn refusal to acknowledge that Iran is the head of the snake. But facts are stubborn things.

Iran controls all of its proxies. Ahead of Oct. 7, Hamas terrorists received training for their mission of slaughter in Iran and Lebanon. In the months before the Oct. 7 invasion, Hamas terror-masters met in Beirut at least twice with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps leaders and their Hezbollah counterparts. Iran funds, arms and trains all of its proxies. An Iranian spy ship in the Red Sea is directing all the Houthi missile and drone attacks against Israel and commercial shipping in the Red Sea.

Iran itself is sprinting towards the entrance to the nuclear club. According to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran has massively expanded its near-bomb-grade-level uranium enrichment and has effectively become a threshold nuclear state.

These realities present Israel with an unacceptable threat environment that it must counter militarily or risk its physical destruction. For the Biden administration, these realities present an opportunity to force Israel to agree to lose in Gaza and Lebanon and establish a Palestinian state, or lose U.S. support and be compelled to stand up to Iran and all of its proxies on its own with insufficient weapons and no diplomatic backing from Washington.

Addressing his government at its weekly meeting Sunday, Netanyahu noted the discord with the Biden administration.

“As a sovereign state that is fighting for its existence and its future, we make our own decisions; even in those instances where there is no agreement with our American friends.”

Seemingly with each passing day, the Biden administration announces a new initiative aimed at undermining Israel’s ability to defend itself, either by limiting its military options, constraining its diplomatic maneuvering room, empowering its enemies or inducing domestic discord and social cleavages. At a certain point in the not-so-distant future, Netanyahu will need to say “no” to the administration.


GWR: I didn’t check, but I wonder how many years it has been said that Iran is only weeks away from developing a nuclear bomb.  This is another of those instances where I bet Iran already has a growing supply of nuclear weapons.

At some point Iran will decide the time is right that it must attack Israel to annihilate her.  Unfortunately for Iran, circumstances may force its hand.

In some manner Damascus will be destroyed, and along with it probably much of the weapons stores that Hezbollah has.

In some manner there will be a terrible event in southwestern Iran causing great tragedy for Israel’s enemy.

Will Israel be behind these Biblical events?  It’s certainly a good possibility as Israel becomes more and more isolated and without recourse because of America finally abandoning her.  Israel may not at that time have any ordinary armaments, but she does have nuclear capability.

More than that, God will not allow Israel’s destruction.  She is the apple of God’s eye, so He will do what is necessary to protect her in this critical moment of Biblical history.

The world and much of the church have no idea how this will all turn out.  We who read the Bible and consider it the literal and inerrant Word of God know that Israel must reach a point – probably in the very near term – that she attains peace and security so that the next prophesied war against her can be perpetrated.

We’re not yet at the point that the Ezekiel 38 Gog-Magog War can happen.  Too much has to occur to create the prophetic circumstances where Russian, Iran, and Turkey all come against her.  Then God will really unleash.  That will be an amazing spectacle.  However, I’m hoping and praying we’re out of here before that happens.

I’m more than ready for the pre-Tribulation Rapture and to leave this world that has grown so dark.  To that end, I’m grateful for God’s promise that indeed He will keep us from the time of trial that will come upon the entire earth.

6 Responses to “Awaken Biblical Prophecy Commentary – Targeted U.S. Destruction of Israel”

  1. Reply Robin McCann

    Netanyahu has finally realized that the now Divided States ain’t much of a friend.

    • Reply Gary Ritter

      As Israel’s options become more limited, they’ll realize drastic action is necessary (including calling on God just like in Judges?).

  2. Reply GaryW.

    No surprise here. The democrat/globalist party is totally controlled by the globalist elites and the WEF, which in turn is totally controlled by Satan, who just happens to be the father of lies. The battle is spiritual. Like the old joke says, “I peeked at the end. God wins”. In the meantime, it is difficult to live with what is going on in the world and keep your faith strong. Read, study, digest the Bible and live by God’s Word. He’s coming soon.

  3. Reply Jim Eastman

    It makes me sick to know that our government is stabbing Israel in the back. The bad part about this is that America will not go unpunished for this by God. My fear is that Christian Americans who support Israel will be caught in the middle of Gods punishment. Our only hope is that God will take us out in the Rapture before Gods judgement against the US.

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