Thursday, March 29, 2007

Attention, Infidels

We regret to inform you that posting at this site is being temporarily suspended while Mr. Daley answers question at an undisclosed location about certain of his recent activities.

Specifically, the accused has repeatedly insulted the Islamic Republic of Iran and its glorious leader Mahmoud “Mojo” Ahmadinejad (P.B.J.). Most recently Mr. Daley has even threatened a nuclear attack against the Iranian people. This must be investigated to assure that no such attack occurs.

Even you, infidel, can certainly understand that concern. Meanwhile, do not attempt to contact Mr. Daley or involve the secular authorities in any way. Mr. Daley’s life may depend on it.

Anyone who violates this, we will cut your legs off.

Thank you,
The Prophet’s (B.L.T.) High Command

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

On the other hand

Just nuke Iran and get it over with...

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

ROSCOE’S Mid-Weak Review

Yellow belly weasels

Now the Dhimmicrat-controlled Senate, too, has gone yellow, calling for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. This demonstrates two things: One, our national security should never be entrusted to anything but adult supervision. Way too many Dhimmicrats are cowards, traitors and the basest of politically opportunistic fourflushers.

And, two, this country—as we said yesterday—no longer appears to have the stomach to do what needs to be done—i.e., win the war on terror. Move over, Rome. Make room on the ash heap of history for us Yanks. Sure, Bush can veto the bill, but in the long run the jig is up. Our enemies, who are playing a long-term generational strategy, now know they can win in the end and exactly how to do it.

Alas, the end of the noble experiment called America. Just like that…

The Costa Rica option

Costa Rica has no military. It has low taxes. It is beautiful. It is the land of perpetual spring. It has the perfect climate. It is pro-life, pro-American, pro-family, pro-free-enterprise and pro-decency and sanity. It has no abortion, no separation-of-church-and-state nonsense. Costa Rica has no Dhimmicrats, no Michael Moore, no Cindy Sheehan, no Nancy Pelosi, no Harry Reid.

So, what the heck are we waiting for? Let’s go, before too many others figure this out—and before the terrorist nukes start taking out our cities.

--Cartoon courtesy of William Warren at Warrentoons.

Monday, March 26, 2007

Headlines of the Future

If you’re still with me on this prophetic stuff—well, that means you are a person of great perceptiveness and insight. In that case, you may appreciate the rest of Joel Rosenberg’s headlines of the future:

Israel Discovers Massive Reserves of Oil, Gas

Treaties and Truces Leave Israelis More Secure than Ever Before

A Czar Rises in Russia, Raising Fears of a New Cold War

Kremlin Joins ‘Axis of Evil,’ forms Military Alliance with Iran

Moscow Extends Military Alliance to Include Arab, Islamic World

Global Tensions Soar as Russia Targets Israel

New War Erupts in Middle East at Earthquakes, Pandemics Hit Europe, Africa, Asia

Jews Build Third Temple in Jerusalem

Muslims Turn to Christ in Record Numbers

Again, these are from Joel’s new book, Epicenter: Why the current rumblings in the Middle East will change your future. Obviously, we highly recommend the book. Perhaps we’ll explore some of these topics, if war doesn’t break out in the meantime.

Or, perhaps we’ll explore the case for Costa Rica—the place where the Roscoe may take up residence if things don’t improve. Each new day continues to prove to me that this country does not have the stomach to do what needs to be done to preserve its future—i.e., winning the war on terror. Under the next president, I fully expect we will have gone the way of lily-livered Europe.

Too many people who know about such things are using the word “inevitable” when it comes to the subject of a future terrorist nuke strike on some of our cities. Our tilt toward appeasement of evil certainly bolsters that probability. I, for one, don’t want to be around here for that...

--Cartoon courtesy of the Dry Bones Blog.

Sunday, March 25, 2007

ROSCOE’S Weak-End Review

NEWS FLASH: The beginning is at hand

Back to Joel Rosenberg and his predictions…

We mentioned a few of them last week from his new book Epicenter: Why the current rumblings in the Middle East will change your future. Now we want to focus on one of them in particular. This “headline of the future” reads:

Iraq Emerges from Chaos as Region’s Wealthiest Country

What? Iraq not a basket case, ruined by civil war and the meddling of America’s worst-ever president? That’s exactly right, according to Joel.

The truth is that Iraq will form a strong, stable, and decisive central government. Iraq’s military and internal security forces will be well trained, well equipped, and increasingly effective. The insurgency will be crushed, support for it will evaporate, and foreign terrorists will stop flowing into the country. …

How can Joel make such wild predictions? He is, certainly, going way out on a limb. But as we’ve said before, we’ll put his track record up against anybody’s. He makes this prediction using what he calls the “third lens”—viewing the world not through political and economic lenses, as we’re accustomed, but through the lens of Scripture.

When we look at Iraq through the third lens, we see an Arab country that does not participate in the Ezekiel 38 and 39 attack on Israel. Also, Revelation 18 pictures a rebuilt Babylon rising in Iraq to become a major powerhouse in the world economy. Saddam Hussein actually began the rebuilding of Babylon, which was halted by the Iraq War. Apparently the work is going to be finished.

And perhaps these Old and New Testament predictions are related:

Iraq meanwhile, as one of the few Middle Eastern countries not having participated in the attack on Israel, will be one of the few oil powers … left intact when the smoke clears. As oil and gas prices skyrocket due to severe shortages, the world will become increasingly dependent upon Iraq for energy, and money will pour into the country’s coffers like never before.

Fantastic? Maybe. It is contrary to the current conventional wisdom, especially as promoted by our mainstream mediocracy. But it would be awfully good news—plus an additional bonus: An awful judgment upon Israel’s enemies that will result in the destruction of radical Islam as we know it.

If we begin to see Iraq stabilizing, against all odds, we’ll know the beginning is at hand.

Saturday, March 24, 2007

ROSCOE’S Weak-End Review

Iran ‘to try Britons for espionage’

A bad moon is risin’, folks.

The penalty for espionage in Iran is death. However, similar accusations of spying were made when eight British servicemen were detained in the same area in 2004. They were paraded blindfolded on television but did not appear in court and were freed after three nights in detention.

Well, yeah, they were released after confessing their transgressions and apologizing on camera. It’s that kind of pusillanimous response by the West that encourages sociopaths like Mahmoud “Mojo” Ahmadinejad to try this kind of stuff.

Now we're reading ominous news reports that these 15 Brit sailors have "confessed" to transgressing Iranian terrotorial waters. Any civilized person would have to be concerned that these individuals already have been subjected to things not exactly in accord with the Geneva Conventions. Or else the Iranians are just lying--which seems to be their native tongue.

The question is which Britain we’ll see step up to the plate: The stiff-upper-lip Britain that went to war to take back the Falkland Islands in 1982. Or the linguini-spined Britain of 2004 that allowed itself to be humiliated before the despicable Iranian thugs.

Read all about the current humiliation here.

Not that the U.S. of A. is any great shakes these days, either. If we had any cojones we’d be prosecuting Nancy Pelosi for treason for engineering the Iraq pullout move in the House that is giving immeasurable aid, comfort and encouragement to America’s enemies.

Stay tuned for developments...

Thursday, March 22, 2007

ROSCOE’S Mid-Weak Review

News Updates

o About that virtual endorsement of the movie 300 last week: We did like the idea of a movie that makes Iranian mullah heads explode, but apparently it’s not that good for civilized folks, either. Geysers of blood, slow-motion decapitations—more desensitization of Hollywood’s victims and more coarsening of our culture. Roscoe’s picks: Go see Amazing Grace or The Ultimate Gift instead. These movies need our support.

o About that supposed Russian ultimatum to Iran to stop uranium enrichment and pay its bills: Russia says it never happened. "It is inaccurate information, we have not presented Iran any ultimatum," Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin categorically asserted when questioned by the press. Guess it’s the Russkies’ word against The New York Times. Hmm…that’s a toughie: Which is the bigger liar? Read more.

o You probably heard about the terrorists in Iraq who got their vehicle through a checkpoint with two kids in the back—and then blew it up, with the kids. Par for the course, maybe. But did you hear about the Indonesian Muslim militants getting 14 to 20 years for beheading some school girls in Sulawesi? They would have received harsher sentences, but these girls were Christians. Read more.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Understanding the times

Yes, sir. The man to watch these days is Joel Rosenberg. His ability to understand—and explain—the times is truly uncanny.

Currently, he’s holding forth on the bizarre kerfluffle between Russia and Iran regarding the former’s assistance on all things nuclear and the latter’s alleged failure to pay its bills. Some accounts are interpreting this as Russia finally getting religion about the U.N. concerns over a nuclearized Iran. But, as always, there seems to be more here than meets the eye.

Joel isn’t buying that wishful scenario. He believes this is all about Russia showing Iran who’s boss in this relationship—and definitely no rending of the relationship itself. Read all about it on his blog.

Remember, Joel is the one who’s forecasting a coalition of bad actors led by Russia and Iran that will attack Israel and provoke the Big One, along the lines of the Gog-Magog train wreck described in Ezekiel 38 and 39. And, oh, did we mention that so far Joel has the best track of anyone with his analyses and forecasts?

Nestled in this current analysis are several scare closets, not the least of which is what Joel describes as a region that “seems to be preparing for the next major war”:

* Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah told a Beirut rally last month that Hezbollah is "completing our readiness for what is bigger and more dangerous," and that arms are being moved "to the front."

* Syria has deployed more than 1,000 missiles near Israeli border, according to IDF intelligence. "We are seeing serious preparations for a war by Syria and Hizbullah, with massive help from Iran," an Israeli military source told the World Tribune.

* What's more, Israel held a nationwide missile attack drill yesterday, and thousands of Israeli, U.S. military forces are currently testing joint defenses against missiles armed with nuclear, chemical and biological warheads in an exercise called "Juniper Cobra."

Methinks we need to delve into some of Joel’s other predictions. Based on his reading of Scripture, he’s going out on some limbs:

Israel will become a major oil power. Iraq—far from the basket case that our mainstream mediocracy is painting it—is destined to become a major prosperous democracy. A Russian leader becomes a major villain on the world stage. Muslims convert to Christianity in record numbers. Radical Islam is so decisively defeated in a coming conflict that the ears of all who hear it will tingle.

Stay tuned. Much more to come…

Monday, March 19, 2007


Dear Roscoe,

I’m confused. Are you, like, endorsing Newt Gingrich for president? If not, where do you stand on the candidates?

--L. LaRouche

Dear L.,

So glad you asked. We have to admit to getting a little carried away recently after Newt did his mea culpas about his moral failures. We do believe in repentance and forgiveness. And with hardly a Republican in sight whom we could support—and who actually has a chance of gaining the nomination—the Newt option seemed almost irresistible.

However, we have yet to hear any similar repentance from the former Speaker about his other disqualifications—i.e., the relational problems with his fellow Republicans that so undermined his leadership that Newt was facing open revolt among his colleagues if he hadn’t resigned first. Reportedly there’s a lot more detail about that issue in the new Tom DeLay book, No Retreat, No Surrender, being released even as we speak. (We may be reporting more on that soon.)

That’s a long way of saying we’re still way up in the air, unfortunately. If we’re being intellectually honest, we have to say on many of the issues we really care about neither Rudy nor McCain is any better than Hillary. Our conscience would not allow a vote for any of those. Perhaps we could bite the lesser-of-the-evils bullet, however, if the nominee were Mitt Romney.

That, then, leaves us in the unenviable position of hoping for the emergence of a dark horse like Mike Huckabee or Sam Brownback, who are genuine social conservatives without any of the flip-flop questions nagging Romney. Short of that very remote eventuality, there’s really only one other option: The dreaded Third Party Candidate.

Yes, that. Yes, we know all the arguments about wasting your vote. But again, what’s really gained in stopping a Dhimmicrat Hillary in favor of a Republican one? So, we’ll be looking into that third-party option—and reporting what we find, if it’s helpful.

Sorry that it’s come to that. And aren’t you sorry you asked?


Sunday, March 18, 2007

ROSCOE’S Weak-End Review

After considerable reading, research and thought, we have tentatively arrived at a recommended response to the challenge of radical Islam. It consists of three simple parts:

1. Defense: We must do everything possible to win the War on Terror. This is not political. History absolutely verifies that only overwhelming force works. Anything else is perceived as weakness and moral inferiority.

2. The love of Christ: Scripture indicates that the major Arab tribes (Isaiah: The “flocks of Kedar,” etc.) are all in the Millennial Kingdom. Something happens in the last days to bring many Muslims into the fold of Jesus. Even now 80 percent of Muslims who come to Christ in lands “closed” to the gospel do so following a dream or vision of Jesus. A witness of true Christianity in acts of love and charity may accomplish more than we can imagine.

3. Stand by Israel: There is a saying in the Middle East that the enemy of my enemy is my friend. Radical Islam hates Israel and America. Israel is our friend. The Jews are the chosen people, and we need to recognize that. When the end comes, God Himself will destroy Gog and Magog (Ezek. 38 and 29), and that will be the end of radical Islam. And when He does so, it will be through little Israel. We need to be Israel-obsessives.


Joel Rosenberg is my inspiration for No. 2. He organized the Joshua Fund, which has begun shipping containers of clothing and other assistance into Israel for both Arab Palestinians and Jews. (We may be traveling to Israel with him later this year.)

Joel also had a recent blog post that gives some interesting insight into the current Middle East situation—NETANYAHU TO MEET WITH V.P. CHENEY ON IRAN NUCLEAR THREAT (March 9). It includes the interesting disclosure that Syria’s military budget has been increased ten-fold, in obvious anticipation of war. Already the forces of Gog and Magog are preparing for battle.

God will defeat them through Israel. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Stand with Israel.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

They only come out at night...

Folks, we can't make this stuff up: (Click on the picture for exciting action...)

Cats Invade Neb. House, 3 Injured

NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (AP) - Two stray cats got into a house and attacked three people inside, then were euthanized and checked for rabies, authorities said.

The cats entered Melissa Breva's house through an open front door on Monday, and attacked two women visitors and a boy, authorities said.

"I thought I had seen it all, but I have never seen anything like this," Chief of Police Martin Gutschenritter said.

Animal control officer John Pettit responded to a call for help, Gutschenritter said.

One woman was scratched and bitten on her legs; the other woman was bitten on her right calf, authorities said.

After talking to them, Pettit went to his truck for snares, then heard screaming from inside the house.


Wednesday, March 14, 2007

ROSCOE’S Mid-Weak Review

Report this

What we wnat to know is why the expletive-deleted do we have go to the Kuwait News Agency, fer cryin' out loud, to find out this:

Baghdad security crackdown seriously curbs killings of US soldiers

BAGHDAD, March 14 (KUNA) -- The rate of killings of US troops in Iraq has been on the decline, down by 60 percent, since the launch of the new security measures in Baghdad, according to statistics revealed by the Multi-National Force -Iraq Combined Press Information Centre.

Read the rest here.

First we heard that Bush & Rumsfeld had mismanaged the war by not sending enough troops to Iraq. Then Bush cans Rumsfeld, appoints Robert Gates as SecDef and beefs up forces in Baghdad in a move unpopularly known as the Surge. And then the Dhimmicrats start screaming bloody murder over that, too. Talk about trying to have it both ways. Are we missing something here?

Do you get the feeling that our domestic mainstream mediocracy isn't telling us the whole story? Well, the KUNA report would certainly seem to indicate so.

And we think this begs the question: Do the Dhimmicrats favor higher American casualties for their own political purposes? At this point, it seems like a valid question to us.

The Ultimate Gift

Earlier this week we gave a rave review to Fox Faith's movie The Ultimate Gift, but noted that it was off to a pretty slow start in its opening weekend, grossing only $1.2 million. Now we hear that the opening was on a limited number of screens, so the draw was actually better than it sounded.

One Christian Web site reported:

The stories we are getting from around the country have been inspiring. The Ultimate Gift has created a wonderful buzz in the movie marketplace, and in homes across America. The opening this past weekend on a limited number of screens was heralded by critics and movie-goers alike. Look at places where the people vote on films -- comments like “one of the best movies I have seen in years”, “soon to be a family favorite”, and “It’s a Wonderful Life 2007” are prominent on discussion boards and in the reviews from “Heartland America” critics everywhere. ....

Read the rest here. All in all, that's pretty good news. Now, go see it for yourself. Roscoe predicts: You won't be sorry.

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Jefferson’s Quran

When Keith Ellison was sworn in last January as America’s first Muslim congressman, pledging his allegiance to the United States, he did so with his hand on a Quran—and his fingers crossed behind his back.

It was not just any Quran; it was the property of Thomas Jefferson, our third president, borrowed from the Library of Congress archives for the occasion. Ellison asserted that the “visionary” Jefferson esteemed the Quran as a source of wisdom. Those who fell for that whopper are simply ignorant of history.

The real truth is that Jefferson owned a copy of this sorry tome for one reason only—to know his enemy. For the truth is that Jefferson was preparing for war against the Barbary pirates and the Muslim states of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Tripoli. Remember the famous cry, “Millions for defense, but not one cent for tribute”? That was Jefferson, who ended the practice of paying off these Muslim thugs to assure safe passage of America’s ships in that part of the world.

He knew appeasement wasn’t working, and that brute force was the only thing that would. That’s where the Marine Corps anthem commemorates in the line, “From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli.” Read the rest here.

The other thing that Ellison and his ilk don’t want you to know is the dirty little secret that it was these same Muslim folks who were doing all the slave trading in those days. Perhaps we’ll explore that a bit further another time.

Speaking of Muslim racism

Oh, this is rich: Yesterday we suggested that those wascally Iwanians were so overwrought with outrage about the gorefest movie 300 because of the unpleasant reminder of their ignominious defeat by the Greeks in the battle of Thermopylae. Well, there may be another reason, too. This historically inaccurate flick also depicts the Persians as black. Think David Duke and his attitude toward blacks and Jews, and you’ll have a pretty good idea about how that plays in Tehran.

Read more here.

Monday, March 12, 2007

Persians and losers

This puts the ol’ Roscoe in a quandary. We didn’t really want to support Hollywood’s latest “gore fest,” the movie 300, which had its monster opening last weekend. But, hey, anything that royally ticks off the Iranian government is a friend of ours. And, boy, are they ticked off.

They say it “insulted Persian civilization”—an oxymoron if we ever heard one…

Here’s the story, reported by China’s People’s Daily—which is quite entertaining on at least three levels:

Iranian official lashes out at Hollywood movie "300" for insulting Persian civilization

An Iranian official on Sunday lashed out at the Hollywood movie "300" for insulting the Persian civilization, local Fars News Agency reported.

Javad Shamqadri, an art advisor to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, accused the new movie of being "part of a comprehensive U.S. psychological war aimed at Iranian culture", said the report.

Shamqadri was quoted as saying "following the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Hollywood and cultural authorities in the U.S. initiated studies to figure out how to attack Iranian culture," adding "certainly, the recent movie is a product of such studies."

Read the rest here.

First, this level of paranoia puts Michael Moore and our domestic Bush Derangement Syndrome folks to shame. “Hollywood and cultural authorities,” indeed. We want some of what they’re smokin’…

Second, if you read the whole thing, you can have a fun adventure in English as a second language. (“The movie's effort wound be fruitless, because ‘values in Iranian culture and the Islamic Revolution are too strongly seated to be damaged by such plans’, said the Iranin official.") If you’ve ever been to the People’s Republic, their treatment of other languages is sort of like their plumbing—not real reliable.

Third, nowhere will you be told of the real reason for the outrage: It’s a movie about the PERSIAN DEFEAT. Yeah, say it again: The PERSIAN DEFEAT. Had the Greeks not whupped them decisively here, European history could have taken a decidedly different turn. Forget all the other sound and fury. The real issue:

They’re LOSERS, and they don’t want to be reminded of it.

Sunday, March 11, 2007

ROSCOE’S Weak-End Review

Roscoe’s Pick

We highly recommend the new film The Ultimate Gift. It’s the debut of a new line of films from Fox Faith Movies—i.e., movies that don’t have anything to do with homosexual cowboys, cannibalistic killers or global warming. Needless to say, they also don’t have anything to do with the likes of Michael Moore or Sean Penn.

What this movie does have to do with is character. The hero, Jason Stevens, has to pass a series of challenges—including hard physical labor—in order to meet the inheritance requirements from his billionaire grandfather, very ably played by James Garner, who doesn't want him to live the rest of his life as a rich spoiled brat. Bill Cobbs is also excellent as Grandpa Stevens’ law partner. And then there’s the real gem—little Emily Rose, played by child actress/prodigy Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine).

We won’t spoil it by giving away any more of the plot, but it’s a tearjerker with a great story, some excellent acting, strong character development and a much-needed message. In the Sunday afternoon showing we attended, we were the only four people in the theater. So, we worried about the gate, but reports are that it grossed $1.2 million on this opening weekend. So, Fox should be encouraged to keep on trucking with this line. And for our part, we need to support flicks like this.

Predictably, the reviews are fairly sneering—but that’s the mainstream mediocracy for you. They’ll try to make you feel stupid because you like a good moral message. That should be enough right there for you to want to see this movie for yourself. Or if you need more convincing, view the trailers.

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Whither Gingrich?

So, Newt was fooling around even while leading the impeachment charge against the Philanderer-in-Chief. Sounds pretty bad, we agree. Read the Associated Press story.

But Clinton wasn’t being impeached for an extramarital affair—as the AP fails to point out—but for perjuring himself to a federal court. So, perhaps Scooter Libby ought to suffer the same fate—loss of his law license for a season. Right?

On the other hand, one of the other damning charges against Gingrich—that he negotiated divorce terms with his first wife while she was convalescing from cancer surgery, as the mainstream mediocracy have reported it—may not have happened quite that way. Newt says he doesn’t recall even having such a conversation with her at that time.

It turns out that what the mainstream mediocracy have been reporting about this incident as fact has been the ex-wife’s version of the story. Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be. Remember, the mainstream mediocracy for years have demonstrated a blind hatred of Gingrich rivaled only by their naked loathing of Bush, Cheney and Rove.

So, we say Vive Gingrich! And his running mate—Anne Coulter. Wouldn’t that be rich?

To hear the next installment of the Focus interview with Newt go here.

While you’re it, you can check out their unsurpassed list of resources on radical Islam. We’re so glad Focus has decided to pursue this critical issue. The prospects of a terrorist nuke attack on the United States are now being ranked by some experts as little short of inevitable. And we’re going to have more to say about that.

Wednesday, March 07, 2007

ROSCOE’S Mid-Weak Review

OK. We really mean it this time. We’re back. The secret mission led to a crash project, which precluded any posting the last few days. We could tell you what it was all about, but we’d have to hunt you all down and—you know…

Anyway, in case you were wondering (or care), our goal is to post daily or darned close to it.

This could really change things

Are you in the same political boat as we are, with no good, electable, conservative Republican on the presidential horizon? Rudy’s too liberal. Romney’s too flip-floppy on life. Gingrich is too radioactive in his personal life. And McCain is too … well, McCainish (who’s made it real clear what he thinks of evangelicals).

But, wait. One of those scenarios could be about to change. Newt Gingrich, it seems, is reportedly trying to reinvent himself as a repentant sinner:

Gingrich Tells Dobson He’s ‘Sought God’s Forgiveness’

Former House speaker admits moral failings, discusses threat of radical Islam

Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich tells Dr. James C. Dobson he has “gotten on my knees and sought God’s forgiveness” for his personal moral failings in a two-part installment of Dobson’s international radio program airing Thursday and Friday. has the story.

Should we believe him? Your guess is as good as mine. People who want to be president will say a lot of things. We’ll just have to listen well, weigh his words and look for his heart. How much ownership a person takes for his actions (versus deflection, excuses and rationalization) is usually the giveaway.

If he’s for real, this would easily move Newt to the top of our list. He’s definitely smart enough to be president, understands the times and the issues and has staked out the correct position on all of them, as far as we can tell. That’s saying a lot.

Yes, he does have high unfavorables among the electorate, but then so does Hillary. Does anyone really doubt she’s going to be the Dhimmicrat nominee? At this point, it’s hers to lose. Obama is just a temporary distraction, a darling of the mainstream mediocracy. It’s going to be Hillary versus Giuliani or—maybe, just maybe—Newt Gingrich.

It would be worth it for the aggravation factor to liberals, if nothing else. We can just about see the exploding heads already. Tee-hee.

Thursday, March 01, 2007

As we were saying

Holy guacamole, Batman! No sooner do we post something about Gog and Magog and the End of the World As We Know It, then along comes ol’ Joel Rosenberg with not one, but two new developments:

1. The Israelis are getting serious about rebuilding the Temple. They’ve already reconstituted the Sanhedrin, fattened their calves and prepared to reinstitute the daily sacrifice. All that’s missing is the altar on Temple Mount, and even that apparently is in the works. There is that little problem of the Dome of the Rock and the Al Aksa mosque kind of in the way there, but Scripture does indicate it will happen, somehow.

2. Iranian President Mahmoud “Mojo” Ahmadinejad is in Sudan to forge another link in the End Times chain of Gog and Magog nations that will attack Israel in the battle of Armageddon. It’s absolutely breathtaking how, like a Polaroid picture, events are taking shape before our very eyes.

Look up, beloved, your redemption draweth nigh. Read the rest of this amazing story here.

Cartoon courtesy of William Warren.