US President Donald Trump has now stated that he will not certify that Iran is in compliance with its nuclear deal. Donald Trump’s comments brought many negative reactions in Europe. European Council on Foreign Relations analyst Ellie Geranmayeh stated this move “has really been seen in Europe as a terrible betrayal of European allies” (see Does Donald Trump on Iran mean ‘America first, America alone’?). There is a growing rift between the USA and Europe, and biblically, this will not end well for the USA (cf. Daniel 11:39).
Austria voted for an anti-immigrant leader in its election on Sunday (see WP: Austria turns sharply to the right in an election shaped by immigration). More and more in Europe are concerned about Islamic immigrants and Europe will one day change (Revelation 17:12-13) and deal with those from the Middle East and North Africa violently (cf. Revelation 13:4; Daniel 11:40-43).
As far as change goes, another European leader has called for Europe’s national borders to be redrawn and replaced by regions (see Catalonia an EU concern. ‘Regions’ proposed for EU!). This is something I have warned about for years related to the prophecies in Revelation 17:12-13.
A Swedish ambassador commented that his nation was moving towards a dictatorship (see Swedish Ambassador Admits, We’re “In The Process Of Dismantling Democracy”). Biblical prophecies teach that Europe, including temporarily Sweden, will embrace a dictator for a time (cf. Revelation 13:1-10; 17:13).
As I have been writing the past few years, the group calling itself the Islamic State is suffering defeat. While Kurdish fighters have helped defeat that group, the USA and others do not want the Kurds to end up with their own independent nation (see Kurds take Raqqa, but lose Kirkuk to Iraq). It is likely that the Sunni Muslim Kurds will one day end up supporting the final King of the South of biblical prophecies (Daniel 11:40-43; Ezekiel 30:2-9) and not be any type of ally for the USA.
Radio News Reporter: John Hickey.
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