US Soldier Massacres Afghan
US Soldier Massacres Afghan Civilians
March 11, 2012 (Day 71,
US soldier went on a murderous rampage early this morning in Afghanistan
and killed at least 16 civilians, mostly women and children. He walked
off a US base in Panjwai district outside Kandahar and entered three homes
and killed the occupants. In the village of Balandi, he killed
all 11 members of Samad Khan's family, including women and children.
After the massacre, the US soldier returned to his base and surrendered.
He was alleged to be a sergeant from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington
who was assigned to support a special operations unit.
The birthplace of the Taliban was
just north of Panjwai district. The district has been an active Taliban
base for attacking US forces in the area.
Image of Horseman
Later in the day, the image of a horseman
appeared on the satellite weather picture over the US. The horseman
was crossing the Mississippi, which symbolizes crossing
the Jordan. The lone horseman with the hat of a cavalryman corresponded
to the US soldier who massacred Afghan civilians. The horseman symbolizes
an attack by a mounted cavalry raiding band. The horseman corresponds
to the horsemen
of the Apocalypse that symbolize historical periods of divine Judgment.
The massacre of Afghan civilians by
the US soldier was inspired by Satan, the murderer (Jn 8:44). It
symbolizes the Evil King destroying the Prostitute of Babylon. This
will happen in the Tribulation (Rev 17:16), and it is happening now in
sergeant Kills 16 in Afghan villages," Heidi Vogt, AP, Seattle Pi,
Mar. 11, 2012.
Released March 11, 2012