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Closing the Gate - Part 3 - Iran – The Scapegoat


Closing the Gate...

Posted on 08 March, 2012 by "the witness"

Part 3

Iran – The Scapegoat 


According to the Oxford dictionary:

‘It is a person made to bear blame that should fall on others.’


Iran – The Commander of Gog and Magog

On the 12th of February 2011, a sign appeared to me in the sky, which I knew was very significant, but did not understand. Not long after that, the Spirit of Yahshua, at His predestined time, released me to reveal the first thunder, unsealing how two men will make a strong agreement, in order to form a new alliance of nations in the east, working together to fulfil that which was prophesied 2500 years ago, by Ezekiel. Yahshua had revealed that the President of Venezuela, the originator of OPEC, would be who the one nation who would make this agreement. At the end of 2009, Yahshua revealed and confirmed how the other person, who will be making this agreement, will be the President of Iran. Suddenly, the Lord revealed to me how these two Presidents will be the catalyst that will crystallize an eastern alliance of nations, with Iran leading the east. Thus, the world will be divided into two main alliances of nations, conglomerating the world into an eastern and a western group of nations.

The question was how would they get these great superpowers of the world, Russia and China, to follow them, leading them into war against the western alliance of nations?

The Scapegoat

Through this dream of the wild boar, on the one side trying to close the door or gate, and on the other, pushing, trying to prevent it from closing, Yahshua reveals how the Illuminati will use Iran to be the scapegoat in order to achieve its wicked and abominable goals. By blaming Iran for making weapons of mass destruction, the world is blinded in believing that Iran is the enemy, thus hating them. While behind the scenes they are wolves in sheep’s clothing that like a scorpion are waiting for its prey, so that, at the right time, it can strike it, with the deadliest precision and then afterwards step in as the restorer of peace or the saviour of the world.


Pushing against the Gate in the East

‘Thesis’ - The Sanctions against Iran Nuclear non-compliance

The United Nations Security Council have systematically been blaming Iran for non-compliance to the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT). According to the International Atomic Energy Agency they have be defiant against all steps that the UNSC has done to bring peace in the world, by ridding the world of nuclear weapons as a was explained in UNSC Resolution 1887:


United Nations Security Council Resolution 1887

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1887, adopted unanimously on 24 September 2009, the Council addressed non-proliferation and the prevention of the spread of weapons of mass destruction in the world. [1]

With this resolution, the Council seeks "a safer world for all and to create the conditions for a world without nuclear weapons in accordance with the goals of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), in a way that promotes international stability, and based on the principle of undiminished security for all." It called on all countries to adhere to their obligations under the NPT, including co-operation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, and for nations to establish measures to reduce nuclear arms. [2]

The Council unanimously adopted the resolution. Except for Libya, all members were represented by their heads of state or government. The meeting was presided by U.S. President Barack Obama. [3]


Security Council permanent members

  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/Flag_of_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China.svg/22px-Flag_of_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China.svg.png   China: President Hu Jintao voted in favor of the resolution as "to create a safer world for all, we must first and foremost remove the threat of nuclear war." However, he stressed "the right of all countries to the peaceful use of nuclear energy." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/c/c3/Flag_of_France.svg/22px-Flag_of_France.svg.png   France: President Nicolas Sarkozy laid the emphasis on the "violations" of previous resolutions by Iran and North Korea, which paid "absolutely no attention to what the international community [said]." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/f/f3/Flag_of_Russia.svg/22px-Flag_of_Russia.svg.png   Russia: President Dmitry Medvedev said that "our main shared goal [was] to untangle the problematic knots in the field of non-proliferation and disarmament." He added that "the issue of peaceful nuclear energy [required] serious attention." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/a/ae/Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg/22px-Flag_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg.png   United Kingdom: Prime Minister Gordon Brown said that "with the unanimous agreement [...] under the leadership of President Obama, and with the great speeches that [had] been made around the table", the Council was "sending a united unequivocal and undivided message across the world" that "nuclear-weapon States and non-nuclear-weapon States" together committed to "creating the conditions for a world free from nuclear weapons." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/a/a4/Flag_of_the_United_States.svg/22px-Flag_of_the_United_States.svg.png   United States: President Barack Obama, presiding the meeting, stated that "the next 12 months [would] be absolutely critical in determining whether this resolution" and the "overall efforts to stop the spread and use of nuclear weapons" would be successful. [5] Furthermore, countries that had not signed the NPT were urged to do so.


Security Council elected members

  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/41/Flag_of_Austria.svg/22px-Flag_of_Austria.svg.png   Austria: President Heinz Fischer said that Austria was "very satisfied" with the resolution, but pointed out that "resolutions [were] not enough" since "every State must accept responsibility and active participation." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/31/Flag_of_Burkina_Faso.svg/22px-Flag_of_Burkina_Faso.svg.png   Burkina Faso: President Blaise Compaoré echoed the views of the rest of the Council, declaring that "the question of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament [was] at the heart of the problems related to the maintenance of international peace and security." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/Flag_of_Croatia.svg/22px-Flag_of_Croatia.svg.png   Croatia: President Stjepan Mesić advocated a reinforcement of "the role of the United Nations" and stated that "every country must be guaranteed its right to the peaceful use of nuclear energy." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/f2/Flag_of_Costa_Rica.svg/22px-Flag_of_Costa_Rica.svg.png   Costa Rica: President Óscar Arias Sánchez remarked that it did not "seem plausible to speak of a safer world so long as not even existing agreements [were] being honored". [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9e/Flag_of_Japan.svg/22px-Flag_of_Japan.svg.png   Japan: Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama welcomed the resolution, recalling that "Japan [had] chosen to walk a non-nuclear path [...] to prevent the vicious cycle of a nuclear arms race" and because "as the only victim of nuclear bombing, it [had seen] moral responsibility in doing so". [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/98/Flag_of_Libya_%281977%29.svg/22px-Flag_of_Libya_%281977%29.svg.png   Libya: Permanent Representative Abdurrahman Mohamed Shalgham said that Libya wanted "the Middle East to be a nuclear-weapon-free zone" and defended the right of all States "to develop their capabilities to use nuclear energy and enrich nuclear fuel - but for peaceful purposes only." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/Flag_of_Mexico.svg/22px-Flag_of_Mexico.svg.png   Mexico: President Felipe Calderón said that "Mexico [was] convinced that global peace and security [could not] be built on the accumulation of nuclear arsenals" and that the resolution "should be the first step of a new favour of disarmament." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b4/Flag_of_Turkey.svg/22px-Flag_of_Turkey.svg.png   Turkey: Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan highlighted that there was "a need for an incremental and sustained approach with respect to nuclear disarmament" and declared that Turkey believed that "States in full compliance with their safeguards obligations should enjoy unfettered access to civilian nuclear energy." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4e/Flag_of_Uganda.svg/22px-Flag_of_Uganda.svg.png   Uganda: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni echoed the sentiment of the Council and underlined that "Africa [was] interested not in nuclear weapons but in nuclear energy." [4]
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/21/Flag_of_Vietnam.svg/22px-Flag_of_Vietnam.svg.png   Vietnam: President Nguyễn Minh Triết supported the consensus of the Council, emphasizing his country's commitment to non-proliferation. [4]

In reaction to this defiance of Iran the UNSC has proposed even more stringent and stricter sanctions against Iran, systematically closing the gate in the east against Iran. These sanctions against Iran have been motivated and described by a series of UNSC Resolutions:


Sanctions against Iran

Numerous nations and multinational entities impose sanctions against Iran. Sanctions commonly bar nuclear, missile and certain military exports to Iran; investments in oil, gas and petrochemicals; exports of refined petroleum products; business dealings with the Iranian Republican Guard Corps; banking and insurance transactions, including with the Central Bank of Iran; and shipping. The United States imposed sanctions on Iran following the Islamic revolution of 1979, while more recent rounds of sanctions by the U.S. and other entities were motivated by Iran's alleged nuclear weapons program. [1]

The Bloomberg stated: “ U.S. and EU leaders are trying to tighten restrictions on business with Iran, which produced 3.55 million barrels of crude a day in January, 11 percent of OPEC's total, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Oil sales earned Iran $73 billion in 2010, accounting for about 50 percent of government revenue and 80 percent of exports, the U.S. Energy Department estimates. [22]

Bloomberg, 13 February 2012


UN sanctions against Iran

  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1696, adopted on July 31, 2006, after expressing concern at the intentions of the nuclear programme of Iran, the Council demanded that Iran halt its uranium enrichment programme. [1]
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1737 - passed on 23 December 2006. Banned the supply of nuclear-related materials and technology and froze the assets of key individuals and companies related to the program.
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1747 - passed on 24 March 2007. Imposed an arms embargo and expanded the freeze on Iranian assets.
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1803 - passed on 3 March 2008. Extended the asset freezes and called upon states to monitor the activities of Iranian banks, inspect Iranian ships and aircraft, and to monitor the movement of individuals involved with the program through their territory.
  • UN Security Council Resolution 1835 was adopted unanimously by United Nations Security Council on 27 September 2008. [1] The resolution was in response to the 15 September report of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that stated that Iran had not suspended uranium-enrichment -related activities. [2]
  • United Nations Security Council Resolution 1929 - passed on 9 June 2010. Banned Iran from participating in any activities related to ballistic missiles, tightened the arms embargo, travel bans on individuals involved with the program, froze the funds and assets of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard and Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, and recommended that states inspect Iranian cargo, prohibit the servicing of Iranian vessels involved in prohibited activities, prevent the provision of financial services used for sensitive nuclear activities, closely watch Iranian individuals and entities when dealing with them, prohibit the opening of Iranian banks on their territory and prevent Iranian banks from entering into relationship with their banks if it might contribute to the nuclear program, and prevent financial institutions operating in their territory from opening offices and accounts in Iran.


Bilateral sanctions against Iran

  • The United States has imposed an arms ban and an almost total economic embargo on Iran, which includes sanctions on companies doing business with Iran, a ban on all Iranian-origin imports, sanctions on Iranian financial institutions, and an almost total ban on selling aircraft or repair parts to Iranian aviation companies. A license from the Treasury Department is required to do business with Iran. In June 2011, the United States imposed sanctions against Iran Air and Tidewater Middle East Co. (which runs seven Iranian ports), stating that Iran Air had provided material support to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), which is already subject to UN sanctions, that Tidewater Middle East is owned by the IRGC, and that both have been involved in activities including illegal weapons transportation. [18] The U.S. has also begun to designate a number of senior Iranian officials under the Iranian Human Rights Abuses Sanctions Regulations. On December 14, 2011, the U.S. Department of Treasury designated Hassan Firouzabadi and Abdollah Araqi under this sanctions program. [19] In February 2012 the US froze all property of the Central Bank of Iran and other Iranian financial institutions, as well as that of the Iranian government, within the United States. [20] The American view is that sanctions should target Iran's energy sector that provides about 80% of government revenues, and try to isolate Iran from the international financial system. [21]
  • The European Union has imposed restrictions on cooperation with Iran in foreign trade, financial services, energy sectors and technologies, and banned the provision of insurance and reinsurance by insurers in member states to Iran and Iranian-owned companies. On 23 January 2012, the EU agreed to an oil embargo on Iran, effective from July, and to freeze the assets of Iran's central bank. [4] In February, Iran partially pre-empted the embargo by ceasing sales to Britain and France, though Europe had already nearly halved its imports from Iran. [5]
  • Israel banned business with or unauthorized travel to Iran under a law banning ties with enemy states. [10] Israel has also enacted legislation that imposes sanctions on any companies that violate international sanctions. [11] Israel later extended the sanctions by imposing a series of administrative and regulatory measures to prevent Israeli companies from trading with Iran, and announced the establishment of a national directorate to implement the sanctions. [12]
  • Australia has imposed financial sanctions and travel bans on individuals and entities involved in Iran's nuclear and missile programs or assist Iran in violating sanctions, and an arms embargo. [2]
  • Canada imposed a ban on dealing in the property of designated Iranian nationals, a complete arms embargo, oil-refining equipment, items that could contribute to the Iranian nuclear program, the establishment of an Iranian financial institution, branch, subsidiary, or office in Canada or a Canadian one in Iran, investment in the Iranian oil and gas sector, relationships with Iranian banks, purchasing debt from the Iranian government, or providing a ship or services to Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, but allows the Foreign Minister to issue a permit to carry out a specified prohibited activity or transaction. [3]
  • India enacted a ban on the export of all items, materials, equipment, goods, and technology that could contribute to Iran's nuclear program. [6] In 2012, the country said it was against expanding its sanctions. [7] India imports 12 percent of its oil from Iran and cannot do without it, explained India's finance minister, [8] and the country plans to send a "huge delegation" to Iran at the end of February 2012 to further bilateral economic ties. [9]
  • Japan imposed a ban on transactions with some Iranian banks, investments with the Iranian energy sector, and asset freezes against individuals and entities involved with Iran's nuclear program. [13] In January 2012, the second biggest customer for Iranian oil announced it would take "concrete steps" to reduce its 10% oil dependency on Iran. [14]
  • South Korea imposed sanctions on 126 Iranian individuals and companies. [15] Japan and South Korea together account for 26% of Iran's oil exports. [16]
  • Switzerland banned the sale of arms and dual-use items to Iran, and of products that could be used in the Iranian oil and gas sector, financing this sector, and restrictions on financial services. [17]

See also: European Union sanctions against Iran  and U.S. sanctions against Iran

The effects of these sanctions on Iran have been pre-calculated and planned in order to bring about the purposes of Satan through secret societies, whose foundation is built on a counterfeit satanic religion that in their deliberated hatred and rebellion have been setting up the abomination that will cause desolation. The planned effects on Iran will provide the global elite with the desired outcome they have been waiting for.



The sanctions bring difficulties to Iran's $352 billion, oil-dominated economy. [4] Data published by the Iranian Central Bank show a declining trend in the share of Iranian exports from oil-products (2006/2007: 84.9%, 2007/2008: 86.5%, 2008/2009: 85.5%, 2009/2010: 79.8%, 2010/2011 (first three quarters): 78.9%). [23] The sanctions have had a substantial adverse effect on the Iranian nuclear program by making it harder to acquire specialized materials and equipment needed for the program. The social and economic effects of sanctions have also been severe, [24] with even those who doubt their efficacy,

such as John Bolton, describing the EU sanctions, in particular, as "tough, even brutal." [25] Iranian foreign minister Ali Akhbar Salehi conceded that the sanctions are having an impact. [26] [27] China has become Iran's largest remaining trading partner. [13]

Sanctions have reduced Iran's access to products needed for the oil and energy sectors, have prompted many oil companies to withdraw from Iran, and have also caused a decline in oil production due to reduced access to technologies needed to improve their efficiency. According to Undersecretary of State William Burns, Iran may be annually losing as much as $60 billion in energy investment. [28]Many international companies have also been reluctant to do business with Iran for fear of losing access to larger Western markets. As well as restricting export markets, the sanctions have reduced Iran's oil income by increasing the costs of repatriating revenues in complicated ways that sidestep the sanctions; Iranian

analysts estimate the budget deficit for the 2011/2012 fiscal year, which in Iran ends in late March, at between $30bn to $50bn. [29] The effects of U.S. sanctions include expensive basic goods for Iranian citizens, and an aging and increasingly unsafe civil aircraft fleet. According to the Arms Control Association, the international arms embargo against Iran is slowly reducing Iran's military capabilities, largely due to its dependence on Russian and Chinese military assistance. The only substitute is to find compensatory measures requiring more time and money, and less effective. [30] [31] According to at least one analyst (Fareed Zakaria), the market for imports in Iran is dominated by state enterprises and regime-friendly enterprises, because the way to get around the sanctions is smuggling, and smuggling requires strong connections with the regime. This has weakened Iranian civil society and strengthened the state. [32]

The value of the Iranian rial has plunged since autumn 2011, causing widespread panic among the Iranian public, [29] and fell a further 10% immediately after the imposition of the EU oil embargo. [33] In January 2012, the country raised the interest rate on bank deposits by up to 6 percentage points in order to curtail the rial's depreciation. The rate increase was a setback for Ahmadinejad, who had been using below-inflation rates to provide cheap loans to the poor, though naturally Iranian bankers were delighted by the increase. [29] Not long after, and just a few days after Iran's economic minister declared that "there was no economic justification" for devaluing the currency because Iran's foreign exchange reserves were "not only good, but the extra oil revenues are unprecedented," [29] the country announced its intention to devalue by about 8.5 percent against the U.S. dollar, set a new exchange rate and vowed to reduce the black market's influence (booming, of course, because of the lack of confidence in the rial). [34]

In February 2012, Hussain al-Shahristani, Iraq's deputy prime minister for energy affairs, expressed his doubt that Iran would ever shut the Strait of Hormuz, though Iraq plans to open export routes for crude via Syria in response to Iran's closure threats. Sanctions tightened further when major supertanker companies said they would stop loading Iranian cargo. Prior attempts to reduce Iran's oil income failed because many vessels are often managed by companies outside the United States and the EU; however, EU actions in January extended the ban to ship insurance. This insurance ban will affect 95 percent of the tanker fleet because their insurance falls under rules governed by European law. "It's the insurance that's completed the ban on trading with Iran," commented one veteran ship broker. [35]

The planned effects as explain by the secular media does touch on the desired effects that, like a domino effect, will trigger and world war and a total global economic collapse. The effects that sanctions will cause on Iran will accomplish multiple goals, which need to be brought into place, affecting the main players of the world, without the general public realizing they have being duped. The latest round of sanctions against Iran starts to clearly point out the adverse effects that the Illuminati want to achieve.

As witnesses of Yahshua, preparing His people to be ready when He comes for a spotless bride; warning this generation of His wrath that will be poured out on those who refuse to give heed to His prophets, whom He sends them, Yahshua gave us insight and revealed through many signs, how this final act of Satan will be brought about, putting together the pieces of the puzzle. The effect on Iran will be twofold: Forces for and forces against.

Firstly, closing the gate against Iran or sanctioning Iran, will amalgamate the nations of the East: Russia and China and the Arab League of nations against common enemies – The United States of America and Israel, as was prophesied: “Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I am against you, O Gog, chief prince, ruler of Rosh, of Meshech, and of Tubal. 4 And I will turn you back and put hooks into your jaws, and I will bring you forth and all your army, horses and horsemen, all of them clothed in full armour, a great company with buckler and shield, all of them handling swords-- 5 Persia, Cush, and Put or Libya with them, all of them with shield and helmet, 6 Gomer and all his hordes, the house of Togarmah in the uttermost parts of the north and all his hordes--many people are with you. 7 You Gog be prepared; yes, prepare yourself, you and all your companies that are assembled about you, and you be a guard and a commander for them. 8 After many days you shall be visited and mustered for service; in the latter years you shall go against the land that is restored from the ravages of the sword, where people are gathered out of many nations upon the mountains of Israel, which had been a continual waste; but its people are brought forth out of the nations and they shall dwell securely, all of them. [Isa. 24:22.] 9 You shall ascend and come like a storm; you shall be like a cloud to cover the land, you and all your hosts and many people with you. 10 Thus says the Lord God: At the same time thoughts shall come into your mind, and you will devise an evil plan. (Ezek 38:3-10 Ampl)

Secondly, the United States of America has applied an almost total economic embargo on Iran, which means that no state in North America is allowed to import anything from Iran, including oil. The European Union has also agreed to an oil embargo on Iran, effective from July 2012. This will force Iran to find other avenues to export their oil. Iran is also strategically situated between Russia and China. It has already become very clear how both Russia and China have been against a total sanctioning of the import of oil from Iran: “ China has become Iran's largest remaining trading partner. [13]

Oil is the real reason Iran has been chosen in the east to bring about the desired destruction of mankind. The article in the Bloomberg describes the purpose of the sanctions well: “ U.S. and EU leaders are trying to tighten restrictions on business with Iran, which produced 3.55 million barrels of crude a day in January, 11 percent of OPEC's total.”

Iran has made statements like they will: “Wipe Israel off the map.” Iran is a kind of scapegoat to be blamed so that no one will realize that it was only a smoke screen for world control.

From His servants and witnesses



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