The Dog of Rome?

President Barack Obama with Pope Francis at the Vatican, March 27, 2014

A child ISIS fighter insults American President Obama:

The child, dressed in army fatigues, calls Obama the ‘Dog of Rome’, which means servant of the Vatican, and references the US’ military intervention in Syria and Iraq.



5 thoughts on “The Dog of Rome?”

    1. From John Gill:

      Isaiah 14:5

      The Lord hath broken the staff of the wicked,…. This is an answer to the above question, how the exactor and his tribute came to cease; this was not by man, but by the Lord himself; for though he made use of Cyrus, the work was his own, he broke the power of the wicked kings of Babylon:

      and the sceptre of the rulers; that were under the king of Babylon; or of the several kings themselves, Nebuchadnezzar, Evilmerodach, and Belshazzar; so Kimchi interprets it. This may be applied to the kingdom of antichrist, and the antichristian states, which shall be broken to shivers as a potter’s vessel by Christ, the King of kings, and Lord of lords, Rev 2:27. The “staff” and “sceptre” are emblems of power and government; and “breaking” them signifies the utter destruction and cessation of authority and dominion.

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