• Julie LaBrecque

    Great to have Walid spread his wisdom over the air waves of America, my hope is that more people will hear him.

    • Sister E


  • susan

    Captain Kirk and Dr. Spock. 🙂

    A very sobering assessment of our media, politicians, government and nation. 🙁

  • Sister E

    Obamboido gets by everything!

  • Sister E

    If I was the President of a nation, I will have Walid Shoebat as my adviser.

    • Trevor

      Indeed. I would have the Shoebats as advisors. Need a few food generals too who have not converted to Islam and understands how to fight them.

    • Kamau41

      No doubt indeed. I feel very much the same way.

    • susan

      Me too!

    • This Little Piggy

      I wish he could talk with Bibi, so he could find Jesus.

  • Kamau41

    Another powerhouse interview Walid.

  • AnthonyM

    Now maybe more people will wake up and learn what is going on before the unthinkable happens. Very important message America needs to hear.

  • 1Bobby8

    Walid, you were great as usual.

  • richinnameonly

    At the Rose Garden Bergdahl swap it was painfully obvious that Obama was doing it to benefit 6 Muslims. I wish we could hear Walid on the radio every day. It must be part of God’s plan, but it is still amazing to me that Obama gets away with doing all the things that he does and no one part of the government has yet put him in jail.

  • Impeach Obama Now!

    The America hating Liar in Chief always hangs with the bad guys! Who are always on the wrong side of freedom! Ya, that guy in the middle!

  • Fr Christopher P. Kelley, DD

    Cornuke is WAY, WAY, WAY off base. Much that he presents as “evidence” is sheer fantasy. For authentic material, read Leen Ritmeyer’s thorough architectural study of the Temple Mount. He has photos from the gallery of the Dome of the Rock that clearly display the place where the Ark of the Covenant rested.
    The underground ducts that Cornuke points to, draining into the Tyropean Valley, and down to the Pool of Siloam, would NEVER EVER be used for draining away the sacred blood from the Temple sacrifices. He should be ashamed to publish such utter nonsense!

    • Julie

      That makes sense….just as the Church will not throw the sacred species of consecrated wine and bread into the garbage.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        That foreshadowed the blood and water flowing from the side of the true Temple, Jesus’ body – just as Zech 13:1 prophesied.

        • Julie

          Incredible insight…so much of Sacred Scripture…points to the redemptive power of Christ…and the liturgy.

  • EBH54

    Great interview! I especially liked the part about Israel. It is a fact that Israel is back in their land after being removed from their land just as God promised in the book of Joel. It is a fact that the world is trying to devide the land as foretold in the book of Joel. Therefore He will return to rescue Israel and punish the nations who seek to devide the land as foretold in the book of Joel!

    • Trevor

      I am deaf so I can’t hear what he said in his radio interview so what did he say about Israel?

      • EBH54

        Trevor this is not verbatim: but I tried to get it close.
        Context: talking about Obama releasing Israel secrets.
        Savage just before a commercial break.
        Do you think Israel can save the world from Obama and and the Islamic regimes?
        Savage after commercial break.
        Can Israel Survive?
        Note: Savage changed question during break, Walid did not have an opportunity to answer first question.
        Obama is trying to divide and focus world on Palestinian state and Jerusalem.
        ISIS is hated because they are not focusing on Jerusalem.
        Obama wants to end Muslim divide by focusing on Jerusalem.
        Jerusalem will arise and release its power and the world will realize God is in control.
        Either Zechariah and the prophets were perfect guessers or there is a God.

        • Trevor

          Interesting. I think Walid is right on. Obama is so desperate to win approval before he is done with the office, he wants the world to hate Israel as never before. That’s why he allowed the secret of Israel’s nuclear program be revealed. He got eggs on his face when Benjamin won the Prime Ministership again because Obama was invested to have him out of office.

          Right now, ISIS is mainly doing the dirty work of Turkey and Iran by having secular government removed, and in the process removing the thorny issue of the Skyes-Picot Agreement, which divided up the Middle East after WWI. Erdogan wants to have that Agreement permanently removed, and one way to do that is by having secular governments removed in favor of Islamic government. That way, 10 kings who have not received their kingdom, but will do so for one hour, but with one mind, they will give their authority to the beast. In turn, they will destroy the harlot of Babylon, Saudi Arabia for her help in the defeat of the Ottoman Empire during WWI.

          Apparently, WWI was the catalyst for the mortal wound of the Ottoman Empire, and Saudi Arabia was behind it. Turkey has a long memory, for now, they are benefiting from being partner with Saudi Arabia to slow down the Iran’s expansionism, but in the end, Turkey will show her true face, and have the harlot destroyed by fire. So, we have ways to go, because Turkey will eventually flex their military muscles.

  • Dan Knight

    Thank you for sharing with the Savage Nation: So much to say, and so little time. We understand it because we’ve been reading you, but the sheeple only hear this voice crying in the wilderness. … We will pray the Holy Spirit will open their ears and let them hear that they may be saved.

  • Rebel

    Savage talks to much. He does not let his guests answer the questions, before he starts blabbing again. Really enjoy Walid Shoebat, and his insight. Listened to him on Tru News Listen program with Rick Wiles, and this is how I found his site. God Bless Mr. Shoebat for his work, and faith.

  • Great interview Walid…but good grief, could Savage shut up a little more next time and let you finish some of your thoughts on a specific subject! He cut you off a few times and switched gears.

  • EBH54


    I have not read the book you refer to, but this site has a picture of the temple area.

    Both Josephus’s accounts of the Jews battling Titus during he siege of Jerusalem on the double colonnades and these verses from the Bible make perfect sense in light of this picture.

    Acts 21:30-32King James Version (KJV)

    30 And all the city was moved, and the people ran together: and they took Paul, and drew him out of the temple: and forthwith the doors were shut.

    31 And as they went about to kill him, tidings came unto the chief captain of the band, that all Jerusalem was in an uproar.

    32 Who immediately took soldiers and centurions, and ran down unto them: and when they saw the chief captain and the soldiers, they left beating of Paul.

    King James Version (KJV)
    by Public Domain

    • Julie LaBrecque

      Please refer to Fr Christopher Kelley’s response.

  • Julie

    This morning I was able to listen to the entire audio. Excellent presentation, Walid. Mr. Savage had to stop to keep clarifying your statements as I myself have had to go back and re read the numerous articles here.

    I used to listen to Mr. Savage in the afternoon with my kids coming home…!….and

    It was Mr. Savage in 2006 who had the Jewish Pave the Way Organization on, discussing how they went to the Vatican to dig more dirt on Pius only to come out and see he did more for the Jews during WWII than any other person.

    It was on Mr Savage’s program one time that he brought on a Catholic priest from San Francisco who was talking about the Lavendar Network in the Catholic Church and how difficult it is to remove these bad priests. There is alot involved in laicizing a priest because irregardless a priest is a living sacrament, albeit a human sinner as we all are, and when they are no longer to practice as a priest, the sacrament of the priesthood never leaves them.

    I also agree with Mr. Shoebat’s analysis of Obama beyond being a divider….I think Obama himself is constantly changing and at this time does not understand what Christianity is. He seems to be more nostalgic of what he experienced of Islam when in Indonesia.

    I wonder if the Middle East will destroy itself through its own nukes. Saudi Arabia now wants theirs….these people are the Mad Men of the world.

  • EBH54

  • royal

    Well Done

  • Keith Davies

    Typical left wing when the evidence is obvious call the right winger a racist.
    Unfortunately that line is tired and worn out. I suppose the Irs scandal is racist propaganda, the Mslik Obama scandal is exist and bergs sho release scandal is racust. Evidence does not mean anything to a left wing loon

  • Julie LaBrecque

    If Obama and Bibi are on the ‘same team’, why is Obama’s administration giving Israel’s secrets? Why was ‘Team Obama’ campaigning AGAINST Bibi? Unfortunately, you can’t see your own bias. If everybody who does not like Obama is a racist, then everybody that hated Bush are racists. Get over yourself, Obama is a total flop.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    I caught that too, he didn’t think his son couldn’t understand English? Why would he speak in Arabic to him? How did dad know, or think, that his traitor son learned Arabic? Can you elaborate on the reporter that was killed?, I would like to read about it.

  • Fr Christopher P. Kelley, DD

    Paul, I *DID* read Cornuke’s book, and Very Carefully, I might add. Chuck Missler has a lot of fine, worthwhile stuff, but is also askew on some important matters.
    For a time, Cornuke had me giving him the benefit of the doubt, but then he went off the rails.
    See the work of Leen Ritmeyer, or Raqel Haklili, or other scholars of their calibre. The workmanship on the passages from the Huldah Gates is simply too refined for Roman military construction, for instance.
    The placement of Araunah the Jebusite’s “threshing floor” INSIDE the City of David is nonsensical. That was an agricultural feature, which would be OUTSIDE the densely inhabited citadel. The crest of a ridge allowed wind to pass over it to carry the chaff away; the slope allowed winnowed grain to roll down to the trough at the bottom, where it would be tossed up again and again, until the separating process was done. This is what we find of the Rock now under that Byzantine-slave-built dome.
    Corunke’s “Agenda” is to find a place that wouldn’t cause (so much) friction with the mohammedans. (Fat chance!) And it skews his scholarship into dishonesty.
    Sorry to say it.
    Leer Ritmeyer does an exacting work looking at the archaeological evidence of the Temple Plaza. The PLAZA is NOT the TEMPLE, despite some folks’ loose usage.
    The TEMPLE was destroyed by the Romans in 70AD, just as the LORD said, but the PLAZA (“Temple Mount”) survives. That is a vital distinction. Please observe.
    Shukron is worth considering, but I am convinced there is another, and better, interpretation of his finds which will emerge from further reflection.

    If one is offering a sacrifice, as Abraham did, on the Rock, facing west, in the direction of the (later-to-be-built) Temple, his back is to Gethsemane — where the RAM (JESUS) was later “caught in the thicket.” The site of the Rock is prophetic. Thus, the returned Exiles preferred “Moriah” to the term “Zion” for this location.
    The term “Zion” was moved BY GOD from the old City of David to the SW hill, before the First Century, so that David’s Tomb was (re-located) on that hill, literally just a stone’s throw from the palatial home with the “large Upper Room, furnished”. Thus St Peter says, “[David’s] tomb is with us to this day.” (Acts 2:29) Most of the crowd was either just coming back from David’s tomb at that moment, or were headed there right then, because Pentecost was both David’s Birthday, and his Death-day; they were paying him their respects. God orchestrated this in detail! The passage from Joel that St Peter quotes actually includes the reference to those “in Mount Zion … there shall be those that escape…” (Joel 2:32). My bet is, St Peter quoted it, too, but St Luke didn’t include it all (since by the time he wrote Acts, people were being saved all over the Roman world, and beyond it). Imagine the impact those words would have on St Peter’s listeners, who KNEW THEY WERE STANDING right at that moment IN MOUNT ZION!
    This does not bear directly on the issue of Moriah and the Temple Mount, but the scene God set in Jerusalem, in 33AD, has many, many interlocking facets, of which the Temple is one.