As Russia moves aggressively to seize control of the Baku pipeline, the gigantic oil fields in Saudi Arabia andIran fails. Then, one of the largest natural gas discoveries in the world is made just off Israel's coastline in the Mediterranean. With the Eilat-to-Ashkelon pipeline- funded by Nazi war reparations- connecting the Red Sea to the Mediterranean, Israel emerges at the center of the Middle East conflicts over oil trade routes. Enemies on all sides plot their downfall, and the U.S. is caught in the middle.
Unabridged audio CD; 7 CDs; narrated by Robertson Dean.
Oil Unabridged Audiobook on CD
war over oil
To me this book was not interesting but for a younger person I am sure it would be. Jeff Nesbit has a way of writing about what is to come but as for me I don't worry about it, for I know that when Jesus comes back then this old world as we know it will be over. If we die before then well, we don't have to worry about the future anyway.
As terrorist attack the three largest oil fields in the nation it will cripple the complete world economy. And some of that is happening as I speak. We have gotten ourselves so dependant on the Middle East for Oil and we use so much of it, that something is bound to happen.
In this book Nash Lee is an NGO entrepreneur and is sent into the conflict of Saudi kingdom, where he uncovers so powerful information about a plot that will really set the Arab nation states against each other. All of this brings the world into another world war like no other, but is this not what the Bible says that after Jesus returns there will be a thousand year of peace in which the "Anti-Christ" will rein and then the war of all wars will happen, "The Armageddon".
This book will really make you look at the world today and see that the Bible is being full filled so very fast. So I need to say that if you have not accepted Jesus Christ into your heart, then you better think about it. So easy to do, look at John 3:16 and you will see that you just have to believe. It is a gift that handed to you, it is up to you whether to accept it or not. Please accept it!
February 18, 2012