US super-embassy emerges in the heart of Baghdad

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  1. LadyEagle

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/06/07/wirq07.xml

    Prophecy students care to comment?

    We will be pulling out of Iraq soon? Doesn't look like it.
     
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    Personally I think we should have an Embassy in Iraq. And as far as pulling out, why would we? It’s not time. I cannot seem to find this news story anywhere…besides Mr. Poole.
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    We can't really expect not to see garrisons installed to protect the transnational bankers and corporations newly aquired interests now can we LE? BTW, have you heard whether the new "sovereign" government of Iraq was allowed to restore their laws after Paul Bremer illegally changed them to benefit those transnational's interests? Orders 39 and 81. (PDF)

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    Sounds alot like what has been going on here lately, no?
     
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    I can easily see where this new US Embassy compound in Iraq eventually becomes the new HQ for the UN. The present UN building is in bad need of repairs, according to published reports. Americans (about 70% according to polls) want to see the UN move to outside the US.

    The new embassy will be equipped, no doubt, with the latest technology and could be a very well (in time) become a command center for attacks launched against Israel under UN control - Perfectly in line with Biblical prophecy (Babylon). This is pure speculation on my part, admittedly, but not beyond the realm of possibility.

    I tend to view world events as pieces of a puzzle because I believe we are living in the End Times and have (since 09/11) started to wonder if eventually the UN HQ will move to Baghdad/Babylon.
     
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    Iraq war bill deletes US military base prohibition.


    By Richard Cowan
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Republicans killed a provision in an Iraq war funding bill that would have put the United States on record against the permanent basing of U.S. military facilities in that country, a lawmaker and congressional aides said on Friday.


    The $94.5 billion emergency spending bill, which includes $65.8 billion to continue waging wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, is expected to be approved by Congress next week and sent to President George W. Bush for signing into law.
    As originally passed by the House of Representatives, the Pentagon would have been prohibited from spending any of the funds for entering into a military basing rights agreement with Iraq.



    A similar amendment passed by the Senate said the Pentagon could not use the next round of war funding to "establish permanent United States military bases in Iraq, or to exercise United States control over the oil infrastructure or oil resources of Iraq."


    The Bush administration has said it does not want to place any artificial timelines on a U.S. presence in Iraq and that it wants to begin withdrawing troops when Iraqi security forces are better able to protect the country. But it has not ruled out permanent bases in Iraq.



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