Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Moshiach Watches Israeli Election

Feb 11, 2009 07:16

Moshiach Watches Israeli Election

The spring visit of Moshiach is starting several months early this year, apparently because of the election in Israel. The influence of US supported leftist is producing a stormy political environment in Israel that may lead to civil war.

In response, the one who controls storms in particular began with an unusual winter tornado cluster; the third tornado was at Lone Grove, killed 15 which touched down at about 7.30pm Tuesday, February 11, 2009. The Thunderstorms began developing west of Oklahoma City mid-afternoon at about the time of the poll closings.

One Oklahoman said, "I can't believe we didn't hear it. You know how you normally hear it coming," while another testified in Colleyville, Near Dallas, Texas: "We’re just thankful that God spared our lives," when at about 9:15 p.m. after a rotating cloud appeared and then departed.

The political clash in Israel left both candidates for PM claiming victory. A Livni administration would be favored by the White House Muslims, while "Netanyahu on Sunday vowed never to return the Occupied Golan Heights to Syria."

Moshiach's displeasure is not directed only at the pagan Christians of the US any longer, but also Israel's Left. In Israel, "Strong winds surprised voters throughout the country as power outages wrecked havoc on Israel’s populace on Election Day Tuesday."

The political torando that is prophesied by these storms is reflected in that there were "a few stormy bouts on the way to the polls," and "Police officers were called to break up a fight between Kadima and Labor Party activists." Also, "The Shomron Settlers Council reports that at a polling station in Kfar Kassam, an Arab voter attacked a Jewish election observer."

We expect the storms to dry up. That is, that the storms will intensify but produce less usable water, until a drought exist across the US.