WEB Notes: The purpose of this currently active bill states, “To authorize the use of the United States Armed Forces to achieve the goal of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.”
It does not become any more clear than that. The intention of this bill is to use military force against Iran. Already we are seeing the US and Israel jump all over Iran for their recent missile test. Iran claims they did not violate the nuclear deal with this test, but Global Powers claim otherwise. From Chapter 2 of “The Timeline of the Tribulation” we learned Global Powers want to remove the regime in Iran and replace it with one controlled by globalists. The trump administration is bold in their stance against Iran.
trump’s Secretary of Defense James Mattis has stated, Iran is “the single most enduring threat to stability and peace in the Middle East.” We may see war with Iran in the not too distant future based on the belief they violated the nuclear deal and the US was left with no other recourse, but war. This was outlined as the game plan by globalists in their playbook titled, “Which Path to Persia?“
You will often see potentially important pieces of legislation languish in the US House. A bill will remain active, meaning that it can be brought to the Floor at any time. But it flies just under the radar. Other times the language floats around Washington for years until a “crisis” necessitates its activation and passage. As we know well, what eventually became the PATRIOT Act – one of the single greatest attacks on civil liberties in US history – started out and spent much of its early life as a sugar-plumb fairy dancing in neocon fantasies. Then came 9/11 and it was dusted off and imposed on the American people. And the United States has never been – and may never be – the same. Either way, these measures are important if seldom seen.
So it may well be with H.J.Res. 10, introduced in the House just as the new Congress began at the beginning of this month. The title of the bill tells the tale: a bill “To authorize the use of the United States Armed Forces to achieve the goal of preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.” This legislation, introduced by Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL), is as it appears: an authorization for the President to use military force against Iran. But it is much worse than that.
Why so? Because it specifically authorizes the president to launch a pre-emptive war on Iran at any time of his choosing and without any further Congressional oversight or input. The operative sentence in the resolution reads, “The President is authorized to use the Armed Forces of the United States as the President determines necessary and appropriate in order to achieve the goal of preventingIran from obtaining nuclear weapons.” (Emphasis added).