United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. She then departed for Jerusalem. Her travel timing and itinerary match that of the ancient Israelites as they left Egypt. Her arrival in Jerusalem is the arrival of the Sovereign, as mentioned in this Psalm.
1When Israel went out of Egypt, the house of Jacob from a people of a foreign language,
2Judah was his sanctuary and Israel his glory.
3The sea saw it and fled; Jordan was driven back.
4The mountains skipped like rams, and the hills like lambs of the flock.
5What ails you, sea, that you fled, you Jordan, that you were driven back,
6you mountains, that you skipped like rams, and you hills, like lambs of the flock?
7Tremble, land, at the presence of the sovereign, at the presence of the god of Jacob,
8who turned the rock into pools of water, the flint into a fountain of waters.
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had been visiting Pakistan, generally embarrassing herself by the way she is behaving. She had urged the Pakistanis to militarily retake tribal areas. She had been trying to badger the Pakistanis into enslaving their people with higher taxes.
Clinton was particularly ruff when she said, "We (the United States) tax everything that moves and doesn’t move, and that’s not what we see in Pakistan."
The timing of Clinton's meeting with Abbas is essentially at the expected time for this Psalm, a match.
Clinton's travel path from Abu Dhabi to Jerusalem is roughly the path of the Exodus from Egypt. In this case from greater ancient Egypt across to Canaan and the promised land. This is the opening line in the Psalm, leaving Egypt and heading to ancient Israel, seen in verse 1. This is a match, and helps establish Clinton's travels as the fulfillment headline.
Her comments to the Pakistanis, about how they have the lowest tax rates in the world and need instead to enslave everyone like in the United States, also helps establish how Clinton is Egyptian. Like ancient Egypt, she wants everything to be taxed and thus enslaved. She wants other countries to do the same.
Verse 3 is a reference to the ancient piling of the Jordan river, but in this case to the political situation surrounding the Palestinians. The Jordan river "piled up" and became an international border when Jordan effectively abandoned the west bank. The Palestinian state is thus a fabrication of western powers. More on this thought follows at the end of the Psalm.
Verse 4 contains a reference to the word "Mountain" and that is prophetic term that means government. Clinton is attempting to kick-start a stalled middle east peace process, she is attempting to kick these mountains. She is trying to get these members of her flock to skip along, to go along, with what she has in mind.
Verses 5 and 6 ask rhetorical questions about the causes of the situation as found in the west bank. The Psalm is going to explain who caused this and why.
Verse 7 says to "tremble at the presence of the Sovereign" in this case the wife of the former president, Obama's right-hand woman, who has now arrived for a visit.
Verse 8 says that this visitor (or the political machine she represents) is what caused this political situation in the first place. This is who has piled up the Jordan. This is who has formed it into an international border. It is western political powers that have created Palestine. Just as ancient Rome give Palestine a name, so this time around in history, modern Roman powers have created Palestine again.
Note how the Psalm suggests that many people also have turned Clinton and her boss Obama, into gods. The Psalm also suggests this is God's will.
There was also a Massive Typhoon that struck the Philippines, which may be indicated in the water references in this Psalm. The problem with this fulfillment is the common nature of Typhoons, there has been 4 in October of 2009 alone.