World On Fire
by Hal Lindsey
At a recent campaign rally, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz assessed U.S. foreign policy, saying “The whole world’s on fire.”
Ted Cruz is certainly right when it comes to the recent exponential growth in nuclear weapons capability in the last five years.
The planet’s largest arsenal of atomic weapons belongs to Russia. On several occasions last year, Russian President Vladimir Putin pointedly reminded everyone of his country’s nuclear capability. He implied that he would be willing to use such weapons.
Putin’s nuclear ambitions are turning out to be bigger than anyone imagined. One of the most shocking things to come out of the Clinton Foundation scandal has been the fact that the United States government knowingly allowed Putin to gain control of as much as 50% of U.S. uranium production.
Russian ties to Iran have been gaining strength in recent days — an alliance foretold in the Bible as a last days event. With the cozy Russia-Iran relationship, it’s entirely possible that United States uranium could soon be fueling Iranian nuclear weapons.
In order to sell the public and Congress on a potential new deal with Iran, the U.S. recently declassified official assessments that Iran is only three months away from having the necessary uranium to build a nuclear weapon. But that’s only half the story. We also learned that U.S. intelligence officials came to this conclusion several years ago.
If Iran’s breakout time to a nuclear weapon is only three months, and it’s been that way for several years, how do we know they don’t already have such weapons? Maybe that’s why Iran refuses to allow the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) access to all its nuclear facilities. Everyone knows the Iranians are hiding something. Maybe it’s a big something.