The Dirty Scarlet Woman (Revelation 17)

9:09 PM 10/23/2016
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton vigorously defended the Clinton Foundation’s work at Wednesday night’s final presidential debate.
“I’m thrilled to talk about the Clinton Foundation, because it is a world-renowned charity and I am so proud of the work that it does,” Clinton said in a response to a question from moderator Chris Wallace about possible conflicts of interest and impropriety.
Wallace’s question came after numerous allegations from Republican nominee Donald Trump that the Clinton Foundation took donations from foreign governments, which influenced Clinton’s decision making while serving as secretary of state.
These countries include states accused of human rights violations, economic interests in decisions by Clinton’s Department of State, and countries Clinton has pledged to confront if elected president.
Saudi Arabian Influence:
When Clinton first took office in 2008, the foundation disclosed that Saudi Arabia donated between $10 to $25 million, with some donations coming as recently as 2014 when Clinton prepared her run for the presidency. The foundation received an additional $1 to $5 million donation from the “Friends of Saudi Arabia,” which was cofounded by a Saudi prince. Critics question the ethics of taking such vast sums of money from individuals and a government with one of the worst human rights records in the world.
King Of Moroccan Meeting :
Emails released by WikiLeaks, in a likely attempt to influence the U.S. election, also reveal Clinton arranged for her foundation to host a meeting in Morocco in return for a $12 million donation from the country’s king. The donation came from a Moroccan state-owned mining company, which later received a $92 million loan guarantee while Clinton served as secretary of state.
“This was HRC’s idea, our office approached the Moroccans and they 100 percent believe they are doing this at her request. The King has personally committed approx. $12 million both for the endowment and to support the meeting,” Clintons aide Huma Abedin wrote in a leaked email to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
Russian Uranium Ties:
In another troubling instance, foundation donations were closely linked to a uranium mining company tied to the Kremlin. Canadian leaders of a mining company funneled millions of dollars to the foundation while Clinton was secretary of state, at the same time they needed Department of State approval for the sale of their company to Russia. The Clinton State Department-approved deal gave Russia control of one-fifth of the entire uranium supply in the U.S.
Indonesian Tobacco Magnate:
The Clinton Foundation’s ties also extend to powerful individuals seeking assistance from the U.S. government, with the help of the Clinton network. Indonesian tobacco magnate Putera Sampoerna donated and worked with the foundation before he “got the U.S. government to underwrite millions in loans offered by the foundation and secured high-profile support for its activities from Sec. Clinton and other senior federal officials,” according to a report by The Washington Free Beacon.
Algeria, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman:
In the instance of Algeria, the Clinton Foundation acknowledged to The Washington Post in 2015 it should have sought clearance from the Department of State’s ethics office before taking $500,000. After Clinton left office, the foundation received a large donation from the United Arab Emirates.
Clinton Foundation officials ignored nearly all “best practices” urged by good governance organizations, a July Daily Caller News Foundation investigation found. When Trump challenged Clinton to return donations from countries that abuse women and homosexuals, a DCNF investigation found it would amount to between $19.3 million and $55.7 million.

The Scarlet Woman Will Launch The Nukes (Rev 17:4)

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US Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson says Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton is most likely to start a nuclear war if elected the president of the United States.
“I think she is going to press the button … She is going to be hawkish, she is going to be more hawkish in that role,” Johnson said on Wednesday in a University of New Hampshire town hall.
“I think that she is not going to air on the side of not being an aggressor,” he stated.
“I think she is going to shoot. She is going to shoot. She is not going to be herself. She is not going to be perceived as weak. She is going to shoot,” Johnson said.
Johnson’s running mate, former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld, said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could also not be trusted with the nuclear codes.
He said Trump should run a laundry business rather than campaigning to become the US president.
Several analysts also have said if Clinton gets elected president, she will push the US towards war with Russia or China.
A new poll however shows that nearly half of all voters believe that Trump, if elected president, would allow the use of a nuclear weapon to wage war against terrorist groups.
According to a poll conducted and released by SurveyMonkey on Friday, nearly half of voters, making up 46 percent of the people surveyed, said the New York businessman as president would authorize the use of a nuclear weapon or a nuclear device to launch an attack on the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group (ISIL) and other foreign enemies.

America Responds To Korea With Military Might

In response to North Korea’s testing of nuclear warheads U.S. shows off military might
A U.S. guided missile destroyer was paraded off the Korean Peninsula on Monday.
Together with South Korean military ships and planes the drill comes just weeks after North Korea conducted it’s fifth nuclear test, claiming it’s ready to put warheads on missiles.
Pyongyang also tested several submarine-launched ballistic missiles, drawing strong protests from South Korea and Japan.
Pyongyang also blames the U.S. for the escalation of tensions surrounding it’s nuclear program.
The military displays show North Korea that the United States won’t be intimidated by their pursuit of nuclear weapons, much less the threat to use them.
Meanwhile, experts disagree on whether the repeated shows of force by the U.S. can stop Pyongyang’s nuclear testing.
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Yes, New Jersey Was A Terrorist Attack (Daniel 8:4)

By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 20, 2016 12:14 PM CDT
Ahmad Rahami is taken into custody after a shootout with police Monday in Linden, NJ.   (Ed Murray/NJ Advance Media via AP)
(NEWSER) – The father of the suspect accused of two separate bombings in New York and New Jersey over the weekend, as well as planting bombs in a third location, reportedly told cops two years ago that his son, Ahmad Rahami, was a terrorist, two senior law enforcement officials tell the New York Times. That statement to New Jersey cops, which ended up spurring an FBI “assessment”—the agency’s lowest-tier probe—was made in 2014 when Rahami was arrested for allegedly stabbing his own brother in a domestic dispute; he reportedly spent three months in jail as a result of the charges in that case, though a grand jury didn’t end up indicting him. But when Newark agents talked to Mohammad Rahami as part of the investigation, he apparently took back his original statement and claimed he initially said it because he was angry at his son.
Confusing things a bit more, Mohammad Rahami talked to reporters in Elizabeth, NJ, Tuesday and said, “I called the FBI two years ago.” When pressed on whether he was referring to his son being a terrorist, the elder Rahami first left the scene in a huff, then said later he didn’t think his son was a terrorist and that “the FBI, they know that.” Meanwhile, an anonymous law enforcement official tells CNN Rahami’s wife took off from the US a few days before the bombings and that officials are trying to find her for questioning. She appears to originally be from Pakistan, and the official says US authorities are talking with Pakistani and UAE officials. CNN also delves into why Rahami wasn’t on a watch list and how much his family might have known about his alleged radicalization.

Babylon Plans Attack On North Korea

The simulation will reportedly take place during the Red Flag exercises scheduled to be held at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska from Oct. 3-21.
“The drill will be held with the scenario of a sudden missile attack from North Korea. The drill is also designed to practice striking the North’s nuclear and other core military facilities,” Yonhap’s source revealed.
South Korean F-15Ks and C-130 Hercules transport planes will take part in the upcoming exercises. During the exercises, South Korea’s F-15Ks may use GBU-31 guided joint direct attack munition (JDAM) “bunker buster” bombs to mimic an attack on North Korea’s Yeongbyeon nuclear facility.
Red Flag exercises have been conducted regularly since 1975. These drills are opportunities for the U.S. and its North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies to train together for real combat scenarios.
Since North Korea launched three ballistic missiles Sept. 5 and conducted its fifth nuclear test Sept. 9, the U.S., South Korea, and Japan have been searching for new ways to put pressure on North Korea and bring an end to its nuclear program.
Foreign ministers from the U.S., South Korea, and Japan met in New York Sunday before the U.N. meetings to discuss the North Korean nuclear threat destabilizing the Korean peninsula and threatening security in the region. The three parties called for “tougher international pressure” against the North’s nuclear activities in a joint statement,
In addition to pursuing the strongest sanctions possible, the U.S. and its regional partners have also been considering military responses to North Korean provocations.
B-1B nuclear-capable bombers accompanied by four South Korean F-15s and F-16s flew over South Korea in a show of force and solidarity Sept. 13. South Korea is developing its Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation (KMPR) plan, which is supposedly designed to reduce Pyongyang to ashes and remove it from the map. The U.S. and South Korea are also still planning to move ahead with their plans for the deployment of a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile shield next year.
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Too Little Too Late (Ezekiel 17)

Obama: World must prevent ISIS ‘dirty bombs’


US President Barack Obama urged world leaders on Friday to do more to safeguard vulnerable nuclear facilities to prevent “madmen” from groups like ISIS from getting their hands on an atomic weapon or a radioactive “dirty bomb.”

Speaking at a nuclear security summit in Washington, Obama said the world faced a persistent and evolving threat of nuclear terrorism despite progress in reducing such risks. “We cannot be complacent,” he said.
Obama said no group had succeeded in obtaining bomb materials but that al-Qaeda had long sought them, and he cited actions by ISIS militants behind recent attacks in Paris and Brussels that raised similar concerns.
Obama hosted more than 50 world leaders for his fourth and final summit focused on efforts to lock down atomic materials to guard against nuclear terrorism, which he called “one of the greatest threats to global security” in the 21st century.
Obama has less than 10 months left in office to follow through on one of his signature foreign policy initiatives. While gains have been made, arms-control advocates say the diplomatic process – which Obama conceived and championed – has lost momentum and could slow further once he leaves the White House in January.
‘Dirty bomb’ threat
Deadly bomb attacks in Brussels last month have fueled concern that ISIS could eventually target nuclear plants, steal material and develop radioactive dirty bombs. Militants were found to have videotaped the daily routine of a senior manager of a Belgian nuclear plant, Obama said.
Obama said the required 102 countries have now ratified an amendment to a nuclear security treaty that would tighten protections against nuclear theft and smuggling. “We have measurably reduced the risks,” he said.

Cameron Prophesies of the Dirty Bomb in London (Daniel 8:3)

Cameron warns ISIS could use drones to spray nuclear material over Western cities

March 23, 2016: Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street for Prime Minister Questions at the Houses of Parliament in London.

March 23, 2016: Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street for Prime Minister Questions at the Houses of Parliament in London. (AP)

Britain Prime Minister David Cameron warned Western leaders Friday the Islamic State plans to use drones to spray nuclear material over Western cities.

The UK Daily Telegraph reported that there is growing concerns among world leaders that extremists are looking to buy commercial drones to launch a dirty bomb attack over major metropolitan cities, which could kill thousands.

Cameron warned the dangers of ISIS getting hold of nuclear material were “only too real.” He met with leaders from the U.S. , France and China to plan out a reaction response to such an attack, the newspaper reported.

US officials reportedly fear that extremists could steal radioactive material from a medical facility and sold through the “dark web.” Cameron said he would deploy counterterrorism police and the UK Border Force while British leaders hold a Cobra meeting.

“We have already seen (ISIS) trying to look at whether they can get their hands on low-level crop-using-type drones,” one British official told The Telegraph.

The Islamic State is believed to have seized about 90 pounds of low-grade uranium from Mosul University in Iraq after capturing the city in 2014. However, it might cause more panic than actual harm. Cameron told reporters at the nuclear summit in Washington that concerns of a nuclear attack were real.

“So many summits are about dealing with things that have already gone wrong. This is a summit about something we are trying to prevent,” Cameron added.

Cameron said at the summit that Britain plans to hire 1,000 more armed police and deploy counterterrorism units in cities outside London to help counter any possible attack.

Obama States The Obvious (Ezekiel 17)

Nuclear Terrorist Attack Would ‘change our world’, Says Obama


He said world leaders and other participants at the conference had expressed concerns about Trump’s comments during private conversations with him at the summit meeting, which gathered more than 50 world leaders to discuss ways to reduce the threat of a nuclear attack, whether from the leakage of nuclear fuel or the theft of a bomb by a terrorist group.

There’s still a great deal of nuclear and radioactive material around the world that needs to be secured”, he said pointing to growing plutonium stockpiles and “expanding” nuclear arsenals that include small tactical nuclear weapons “in some countries”.

“The person who made the statements doesn’t know much about foreign policy, or nuclear policy, or the Korean Peninsula, or the world, generally”, Obama said.

But while no terrorists has yet gained possession of a “dirty bomb” made of radioactive materials, Obama said, such terrorists pose a persistent and evolving threat.

The cycle of nuclear security summits was launched in April 2010 by President Obama. And the USA and Japan announced they had finished removing hundreds of pounds of weapons-grade material from a Japanese research reactor, and they pledged to do the same at another.

But critics say the deal merely delays Iran’s nuclear progress – and doesn’t end it for good.
“We will have to see how willing China is to fully implement the sanctions but thus far, there’s evidence – conflicting and incomplete but nevertheless credible – that Beijing today is doing more than it has ever done to enforce United Nations sanctions”, the expert, now a managing director for business consultancy Bower Group Asia, said.

He also affirmed Vietnam’s commitment to continue contributing to facilitating the application of peacful nuclear technology, including ensuring security for nuclear power development.

The rare summit among leaders of South Korea, the United States and Japan has left a critical question unanswered: Whether North Korea will change its course in the face of mounting pressure.
In a speech delivered at the opening meeting of the fourth Nuclear Security Summit, Xi said China has been committed to stepping up its own nuclear security while advancing global cooperation.
Some of the world leaders who attended a White House summit dinner Thursday were from countries that have been directly impacted by terrorist attacks.

It was a major achievement for the Obama administration that hails it as a milestone in the effort to curb nuclear proliferation.

It said Kerry, during his conversation with Doval, indicated that India and the U.S. have begun conversations about Pakistan’s nuclear weapons programme and Kerry also praised India’s “responsible stewardship” of its nuclear weapons.

He has also said he is open to using nuclear weapons to settle a conflict in Europe.

That’s why we’ve been leading a global effort to secure the world’s nuclear materials.

In Pakistan alone, Central Intelligence Agency drones strikes have killed almost 2,400 people since 2004, according to a report by the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

Morocco, which is among the few Arab and African countries taking part in this worldwide event, plays an important role in the process of nuclear security summits.

The Nuclear Terrorist Threat (Daniel 8:4)


Nuclear Terrorism

Nuclear Terrorism

The following article is entirely the opinion of Plutarc Sicat and does not reflect the views of the Inquisitr.

APRIL 3, 2016

Plutarc Sicat

As world leaders converge in Washington to discuss the growing nuclear threat, North Korea fires a missile on April 1. The April Fool’s missile launch begs the question, how effective is the world’s nuclear deterrence? If a country like North Korea were to answer the question, the answer would be: Nuclear deterrence is about launching a nuclear warhead in the air order to let all know that the state is capable of preempting an attack.

Or at least, this is what the North Korean ambassador to the United Nations, So Se Pyong, said when asked why the April Fool’s missile was launched, as quoted by CBS News.

“If the United States continues (drills with the South), then we have to make the countermeasures also, as I told you. So, we have to develop and we have to make more deterrence, nuclear deterrence.”

It is probable that the Nuclear Security Summit might not be held again once US President Barack Obama leaves office. Still, the summit is a lasting legacy that the Obama administration leaves to its successor. Asia One reports:

“World leaders at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington have reaffirmed their commitment to countering nuclear terrorism and proliferation, with the budding nuclear ambitions of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group topping the list of concerns.”

Asia One said that, during the summit, 50 nations highlighted the nuclear threat “as one of the greatest challenges to international security and pledged to co-operate to combat it.” At the same time, the represented nations underscored the most critical aspect of the nuclear threat as follows:
“More work remains to be done to prevent non-state actors from obtaining nuclear and other radioactive materials, which could be used for malicious purposes.”

In response to this aspect of the nuclear threat, President Obama had this to say to the 49 world leaders present: “There is no doubt that if these madmen ever got their hands on a nuclear bomb or nuclear material, they most certainly would use it to kill as many innocent people as possible.”
Obama was referring to ISIS and the nuclear threat the terrorist group poses. The American president, along with the rest of the participants to the Nuclear Security Summit, is apparently not as concerned or perturbed by the nuclear threat posed by North Korea. The US President also took the opportunity to underscore the important role that two countries play in helping manage the world’s combined total of nuclear stockpile in a prudent manner.

As The Express Tribune reports: “Obama on Friday urged Pakistan and India to scale down the nuclear threat in the subcontinent.”

The nuclear warheads of Pakistan could become the world’s third biggest stockpile, the report added. Such position puts the United States and Russia at the first and second ranks, respectively. As the summit ends with the solemn pledge by nations to remain ever vigilant to countering nuclear proliferation, questions remain regarding how the North Korean nuclear threat will be dealt with.
As it is, more displays of nuclear audacity can only be expected from the country, as it vows to respond to any form of provocation in a manner that resembles an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth. However, as the North Korean ambassador to the UN says, the country’s missile launches are but a natural response to the US-backed military exercises in the region. So as the bigger picture looks, when it comes to the question of who the real bully of nuclear threat actually is, the whole issue remains obscured.

Despite the efforts of the world to address important security concerns in a concerted fashion, it is apparent that the North Korean issue will stay on as a question of which came first, the chicken or the egg. Nevertheless, the recent achievements of the summit of world leaders to address the nuclear threat are commendable.


UK Prepares For Dirty Bomb In London (Daniel 8:4)

SAS prepare for radioactive dirty bomb in London amid fears of ‘spectacular’ ISIS attack

COUNTER-TERRORISM chiefs have been told to prepare for up to 10 simultaneous attacks amid fears of an Islamic State “spectacular”.

PUBLISHED: 04:39, Wed, Mar 23, 2016 | UPDATED: 07:37, Wed, Mar 23, 2016Images of a bus destroyed in the July 7 bombings
The SAS are preparing to deal with 10 ISIS terror attacks which happen at once
Specialist troops are also training to tackle a dirty bomb laced with radioactive particles, deadly chemicals or biological agents on the crowded streets of the capital.

And the National Crime Agency has been ordered to crack down on firearms to head off the threat posed by British-born jihadis returning from Syria.
Last year’s November 13 attacks in Paris saw a gang kill 130 by carrying out attacks on three separate targets in one evening.The terrorists, including ISIS veterans who had fought in Syria, split into three groups.One cell botched its suicide bomb attacks on the Stade de France during the France v Germany football international, another shot up roadside restaurants while a third massacred 89 at a heavy metal concert at the Bataclan venue.
 A British minister said: “We used to plan for three simultaneous attacks but Paris has shown that you need to be ready for more than that. We are ready if someone tries with seven, eight, nine, 10.”
A bus destroyed in the July 7 bombings

The July 7 bombings left 56 people dead in the capital in 2005

Army regiments outside London are already on standby to help the SAS and police cope with a multiple target attack.The army’s counterterrorist bomb disposal unit is also creating a team at Didcot barracks, Oxfordshire, to tackle a dirty bomb.
Islamic State jihadis

Experts fear of a ‘spectacular’ ISIS attack on the streets of London

In recent months London has seen at least two major counter-terrorism exercises including the SAS dealing with mock home-made bombs containing the ingredients of weapons of mass destructionLast November’s Strategic Defence and Security Review said the Armed Forces could deploy up to 10,000 troops in support of police in the event of a Paris attack – though being able to mount an operation on that scale may be a few years away.
Metropolitan Police training for a terror attack

Metropolitan Police while training for a terror attack in London

Their roles could range from sealing off areas under attack to helping in manhunts.Late last year David Cameron has said the security services had foiled seven IS plots against the UK in the past 12 months. But the security services are working round the clock to ensure no terrorists get through.