Weekly News Summary 3 August 2018


Europe’s latest technique to deal with US President Donald Trump was reportedly to treat him like someone with limited knowledge and a limited attention span (see Juncker’s Trade Pitch to Trump: ‘I Can Be Stupid, as Well’ (But GDP growth exceeds mainstream predictions)). Meanwhile, some are of the opinion that Europe will not remain united (see End of the Euro or is Brexit aiding European unity?). Bible prophecy shows that, despite unity problems (Daniel 2:41-43), Europe will one day reorganize and be united for a time (cf. Revelation 17:12-13).

Europe’s Large Hadron Collider had new success this week, which may have have military ramifications (see ‘Large Hadron Collider Accelerates Whole Atoms for the First Time’). I have long felt that technology from projects like the Large Hadron Collider would assist the Europeans in fulfilling biblical prophesies of military conquest such as Revelation 13:1-4 and Daniel 11:39-43.

Also in Europe, there is yet another report that Jews there feel that there has been an increase in Anti-Semitism (see New report shows Jews in Europe fear rise in Anti-Semitism: But more than Jews will be affected later). Expect more persecution in the future for people who attempt to keep God’s commandments–and I am referring to Christians (cf. Revelation 12:17, 14:12).

The persecuting (Daniel 11:28-36), European King of the North (Daniel 11:40) will rise up.

Getting back to US President Trump, his Administration seems to be set on encouraging the rise of the King of the South (see Trump Administration pushing for the ‘King of the South’?). The Trump Administration wants a military confederation of nations in the Middle East and North Africa similar to the one described as being ruled by the King of the South (Daniel 11:40-43).

The Vatican has announced that it now considers that the death penalty is “inadmissible” (see Pope claims death penalty is ‘inadmissible,’ yet death is part of God’s plan). So, one pope changed the position of another pope. Obviously neither of them were infallible, despite Rome’s papal infallibility doctrine.

Radio News Reporter: John Hickey.

News sound effect: Recorded by Maximilien.