How many times do I need to SHOUT that a nuclear attack is about to happen? How many times must I warn you? The Lord told me, "PREPARE THYSELF." If the weather man tells you it is going to snow, you rush to the supermarket and get ready. If a hurricane is approaching, you board your windows and evacuate. Open your eyes people, and look in front of your noses. Ezekiel 39:6 And I will send a fire on Magog, and among them that dwell carelessly in the isles: and they shall know that I am the LORD. Last week I published news that Russia movied two of their mightiest nuclear bombers to Venezuela. Iran moved a warship to Venezuela that could be equipped with Russian nuclear weapons. Three days ago, I published news that Iran said they NEVER STOPPED their nuclear centrifuges. They moved "yellow cake" (weapons quality uranium) to their missile facility. Now they are ramping up their ICBM program. Here is the latest news from Reuters. Yesterday, I published that the Nuclear Weapons Race had begun. NNow I am publishing this latest report from Reuters.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union said on Monday it was gravely concerned by Iran’s ballistic missile launches and tests and called on Tehran to stop activity that deepened mistrust and destabilized the region. Iran has expanded its missile program, particularly its ballistic missiles, in defiance of opposition from the United States and expressions of concern by European countries. Tehran says the program is purely defensive. “The Council is ... gravely concerned by Iran’s ballistic missile activity and calls upon Iran to refrain from these activities,” the EU said in a rare joint statement on Iran. “Iran continues to undertake efforts to increase the range and precision of its missiles, together with increasing the number of tests and operational launches ... These activities deepen mistrust and contribute to regional instability.” Tehran should refrain in particular from any work on missiles designed to be capable of delivering a nuclear weapon, the EU said. A U.N. Security Council resolution that enshrined Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers called upon Tehran to refrain for up to eight years from work on ballistic missiles designed to deliver nuclear weapons. In the 12-point statement, the European Union said it was committed to the landmark 2015 accord and welcomed Iran’s implementation of its nuclear-related commitments. However, the bloc also expressed concern at Iran’s role in growing Middle East tensions, including support for groups in Lebanon and Syria and Iran’s own forces in Syria. In addition, it called on all parties involved in Yemen, including Iran, to work toward ending the conflict there. The bloc was also critical of Iran’s human rights record, highlighting its use of the death penalty and urging it to respect equal rights for women and girls and minorities. The European Union has adopted a so-called two track approach aims to Iran. It aims to uphold the nuclear accord with Iran that U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of last May, while warning the Islamic Republic that the EU can no longer tolerate what it says are Iranian assassination plots on its soil and missile tests.