Medvedev sees `fires for decades' in Arab world

Well there's at least one world leader that is seeing the middle-east uprisings for what they are, and that doesn't include Western style democracy anytime soon.  Russian President, Dmitry Medvedev is warning that out of the chaos we are presently seeing in nations such as Egypt, Libya, Bahrain and Yemen, may come an even greater problem; that of a rise to power of fanatical leader with extremist views.  Hey that sounds an awful lot like what Iran has today in its little dictator, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

So while most of the clueless Western media applauds the events in the middle-east as some sort of Berlin Wall scenario, (rather than a Iran 1979 situation), the rest of us with a clue can see what is coming.  How do we know what is coming?  Because we have read a book written thousands of years ago that has proven itself in the past with fulfilled prophecy, and continues proving itself to this very day. That book of course is our Bible.

For instance, did you know that the Bible told us that chaos would rip apart Egypt, and that out of this chaos would emerge a fierce leader that would come to rule Egypt?  You can read about it for yourself in Isaiah 19.  And did you also know that the Bible told us that Egypt, (along with an alliance of other Arab nations bordering Israel), would seek to destroy the name of Israel forever?  Again, you can read all about that in Psalm 83.  Don't think this can happen?  Just watch the video below of two million Egyptians chanting how they are looking to enter Jerusalem in mass to take back what they believe is theirs, and if many are martyred for trying, so be it. 

The seeds have been planted, and now the roots are taking hold.  Soon the fruit of this revolution will come to fruition.  Look up folks, for your redemption is drawing nigh.

From the article:
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Tuesday predicted decades of instability in the Arab world if protesters whom he called fanatics come to power, adding no such scenario will be permitted at home. Speaking at a security meeting in the Caucasus city of Vladikavkaz, Medvedev didn't name countries, but he was referring to the crisis in the Middle East and North Africa — which has brought down governments in Tunisia and Egypt and sparked protests in Libya, Yemen, Bahrain, Iran, Morocco and Jordan. "These states are difficult, and it is quite probable that hard times are ahead, including the arrival at power of fanatics. This will mean fires for decades and the spread of extremism," Medvedev said in televised comments. Any attempts to repeat the unrest in Russia would be quashed, he said.
Medvedev sees `fires for decades' in Arab world

2 million Egyptians in Tahrir Square chant "To Jerusalem we are heading, for us to be martyrs of the millions" - video

Medvedev: Fanatics may grab reins of power in Arab World - video


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