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Decision Time Over Iran


Global Terrorism/Security Incident Map


Very cool …

America’s Hackable Backbone – Forbes.com

(Original): http://www.forbes.com/2007/08/22/scada- … print.html
(Archived): http://www.westerfunk.net/archives/secu … 0Backbone/

There are many fronts in which it seems we are falling behind on security. This article highlights the possibility of a nuclear power plant getting hacked with the result being major power outages within the region of the plant that is attacked.

Good News Concerning the Anbar Province in Iraq

News you just don’t hear about but need to …
http://www.commentarymagazine.com/conte … p/boot/657

Here They Come …

Images taken from http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/arti … article.do

First Cyber-war Against a Nation, Estonia

http://www.westerfunk.net/archives/secu … 0Cyberwar/

N Korea Working with Iran to Test Nuclear Weapons

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jh … iran24.xml
One of the statements in this article particularly hit me as to why we have to take punitive actions against these rogue nations who are working toward or who possess nuclear weapons; these people don’t understand “NO” with talks unfortunately: “The Iranians are reported to have been encouraged by the fact that no punitive action was taken against North Korea, despite the international outcry that greeted the underground firing. This has persuaded the Iranian regime to press ahead with its own nuclear programme with the aim of testing a low-grade device, which would be difficult for international inspectors to detect.”

Ahmadinejad: Iran Willing to Talk If U.S. ‘Corrects Behavior’ (AP)

Are we this naive, that we would take the bait? Recently in the news we find out that a Chinese submarine was following a fleet of U.S. ships, going undetected for a time. In addition, Iran released a video clip of one of their drones viewing a U.S. aircraft carrier over in the Middle East. Could it be these countries are testing the waters to see where they stand in relation to us technologically? If they ever attacked us, would we have the guts and even the might to contain them? I’m just not so sure anymore. China has a massive military. If these and other countries have the same technology we do, who are we to think we couldn’t be taken over? Do we have the fighting spirit it would take to stop an attack here by these countries?

Well, this could make you fearful, but praise God that as believers in Christ, our status here or in the next world is not dependent upon any nation standing or falling but is dependent on Christ alone and His work on our behalf. Nations rise and nations fall, but the Lord Christ remains the same now and forever. This is our hope and in Him we should not fear. People will ultimately fail us, governments and nations will as well. But Christ will never fail us. In Him, we are “more than conquerors”! And His graces, purchased through His perfect obedience in His submission to the cross, sealed in His resurrection, is what makes us right before God. Even if America were attacked (and eventually I do not believe we will stand), we have perfect acceptance with God for all eternity because of Christ’s work for us. What could be better than that? God is for us in Christ! So if we live in peace, or go through tumultuous times and die, we have all we will ever need in Christ. This is our one perfect hope, that we get God Himself for all eternity. O Father, send your Spirit to change my heart that I may see Jesus Christ clearer. Your love to me is not defined by whether nations rise or fall, but on Christ’s work alone. Give me and others reading this a love for Jesus, Father, the only thing that matters, that surpasses all our circumstances.

Update (11:48 a.m.): Other Important Articles Related to This:

http://www.westerfunk.net/archives/poli … ompletion/

N. Korea informs China of plan to conduct 3 more nuke tests


Well It’s About Time Amnesty Spoke Out Against Terrorists!

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060914/ts_ … amnesty_dc

Was it really that hard to be consistent, Amnesty? You decry all the “foul-play” committed by the U.S. on a fairly consistent basis and just now you come out and say something negative about those who want to cut your head off too? Well I don’t want to go off on that so much as just give credit where credit is due, and I appreciate the fact that you finally said something against extremists instead of simply trying to protect them like you always do. Israel at least made an effort to try and not hit Lebanese civilians whereas Hizbollah made a concerted effort to hit highly populated civilian areas in northern Israel. Yeah I think they are guilty of war crimes …

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