JD: Ken there was a big build up about the meeting between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden. What are your thoughts out of that summit?
KT: Well there’s one thing again we learned because it was announced by the State Department and by President Biden that there was going to be a resumption of this new start agreement and that is a positive thing. I mean to hopefully insure that both the US and Russia do not go beyond the limits of roughly 1,650 nuclear warheads. But arms control has always been a favorite of the Democrats and they’ve never liked to do the verification necessary to make arms control meaningful. An arms control agreement is only as good as the verification. We’ve seen that with the Iran agreement and the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, which cannot verify the Iran nuclear deal. They continue to tell us that by the way. Luckily at least they tell us that.
With a new start treaty we don’t know if Russia has actually kept to the limits. We do know that in the final days of the Trump Administration the United States withdrew from several treaties with Russia because Russia was violating them. We withdrew from the Open Skies Treaty. This was a treaty that had been negotiated originally under the Reagan Administration that allowed the United States and Russia to observe from the air each others territory to watch for military activity, to survey military activity. The Russians were not allowing the Americans to do that surveillance while the Russians were in US territory doing it. So Trump withdrew from it. He also withdrew from the Intermediate Nuclear Forces, the INF Treaty which was there since 1983. You know, there had been a lot of problems with these treaties with Russia specifically because there is no verification. So the fact that the State Department trumpets the continuation of this new start agreement really does not give me much sallust because I don’t have a clue what kind of verification their talking about because they won’t tell us.
JD: Ken Timmerman with the details on President Biden’s meeting with world leaders and their discussions about treaties.
We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.
The problem with treaties is that they need to be verified by both parties then they can be strengthen and made stronger. One treaty in the future that will be strengthen and made stronger in other words a treaty that will be confirmed is the treaty referred to in Daniel 9:27. That confirmation made by the antichrist.