Monday, June 27, 2016
KERRY URGES BRITAIN-EU TO MANAGE THEIR DIVORCE RESPONSIBLY.
EU SPAIN #11 (POSSIBLY MIGHT PRODUCE THE WORLD LEADER)
HOW THE COMMON MARKET TO EUROPEAN UNION WAS BORN.
Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community (1951)
Treaty establishing the European Economic Community (1957)
Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (1957)
01-BELGIUM-1958 *** (A BELGIAN WILL NEGOTIATE THE UK EXIT FROM EU) *
(THESE 6 SIGN THE TREATY OF ROME)(THE REVIVED ROMAN EMPIRE)
09-UNITED KINGDOM (BRITAIN)-1973 ** (DROPPED OUT JUNE 23,16) *
Schengen Convention (1985)
11-SPAIN-1986 ******* (IMPORTANT SAY IN THE EU) *
Treaty on European Union (1992)
Treaty of Nice (2001)
Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe (2004)
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (2007)
Treaty of Lisbon (2007)
** DROPPING OUT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION TRADE BLOC.
*** NEGOTIATOR WITH HOW UK EXITS THE UNION TRADE BLOC.
******* THESE COUNTRIES COULD HAVE A BIG SAY IN FUTURE EU HAPPENINGS.
* KINGS AND QUEENS IN EU COUNTRIES-MONARCHIES.
JOINING COUNTRIES TREATIES WITH THE EU-ACCESSION TREATIES
OTHER EU TREATIES AND PROTOCOLS
8 I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn,(WORLD DICTATOR) before whom there were three of the first horns plucked up by the roots: and, behold, in this horn were eyes like the eyes of man, and a mouth speaking great things.
24 And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings(10 NATIONS-10 WORLD DIVISION WORLD GOVERNMENT) that shall arise: and another shall rise after them;(#11 SPAIN) and he shall be diverse from the first, and he shall subdue three kings.(EITHER THE EUROPEAN UNION DICTATOR BOOTS 3 ORIGINAL COUNTRIES FROM THE 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS OR THE DICTATOR TAKES OVER THE WORLD ECONOMY BY CONTROLLING 3 WORLD TRADE BLOCS)
ANTICHRIST (NAMES OF) IN THE BIBLE. SO TRIBULATIONERS WILL KNOW WHO HE IS.
24 For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.
1 JOHN 2:22
22 Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.
DANIEL 9:26 (COMES FROM ROME) (EU)
26 And after threescore and two weeks shall Messiah be cut off, but not for himself: and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary; and the end thereof shall be with a flood, and unto the end of the war desolations are determined.
9 And out of one of them came forth a little horn,(WORLD DICTATOR) which waxed exceeding great, toward the south, and toward the east, and toward the pleasant land.(ISRAEL)
23 And in the latter time of their kingdom, when the transgressors are come to the full, a king of fierce countenance, and understanding dark sentences, shall stand up.(THE EU DICTATOR HAS TO BE A KING)
36 And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and magnify himself above every god, and shall speak marvellous things against the God of gods, and shall prosper till the indignation be accomplished: for that that is determined shall be done.
2 THESSALONIANS 2:3-4,8
3 Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day (THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD) shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin (THE LAWLESS EU DICTATOR) be revealed, the son of perdition;(THE SON OF SATAN INCARNATE)
4 Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God,(3RD TEMPLE REBUILT NOT OUR BODIES) shewing himself that he is God.
8 And then shall that Wicked be revealed,(EU WORLD DICTATOR) whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming:
IF DAN 7:8,24 HAD A DUAL MEANING - MEANING THE FIRST EU 13 MEMBERS. THEN HOW THE EU THEN PUTS THE WHOLE WORLD INTO 10 TRADE BLOCS-AND THEY TAKE WORLD ECONOMIC, RELIGIOUS AND GOVERNMENTAL CONTROL. IF THIS VERSE WOULD MEAN 13 EU NATIONS. THEN AFTER THE EU WOULD HIT 10 NATIONS. THEN #11 SPAIN IN THE EU WOULD BE ELECTED LEADER. AND WOULD BOOT OUT 3 COUNTRIES FROM THE ORIGINAL 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS. WHICH MEANS THERE WOULD HAVE TO BE 13 COUNTRIES IN THE EU. WHEN SPAIN WOULD BOOT 3 COUNTRIES FROM THE EU. AND THE SPANISH LEADER WOULD BECOME THE WORLD DICTATOR. WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY THE WORLD DICTATOR WILL BE-A KING OF LOOKING FiERCE. SO THE WORLD DICTATOR HAS TO BE A KING. AND SPAIN USES A KING SYSTEM (MONARCHY). AND ALSO THE KING OF SPAIN HAS THE TITLE KING OF JERUSALEM ALSO. AND THIS FUTURE EU DICTATOR SIGNS A 7 YR PEACE TREATY WITH ISRAEL-ARABS AND MANY (PROBABLY THE ARAB LEAGUE IS THE MANY). SO AT SOME TIME IN THE NEAR FUTURE. A SPANISH LEADER COULD BECOME THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. HE WOULD KICK OUT 3 OF THE ORIGINAL FOUNDING 6 MEMBERS FROM THE 1958 COUNTRIES. AND HE WOULD BECOME THE LEADER OF THE 10 NOW LEADING COUNTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. AND IF THERE WAS MORE THEN 13 COUNTRIES IN THE EU. ANY COUNTRIES AFTER THE 10 LEADING WOULD BE CLASSIFIED AS ASSOCIATE MEMBER STATES. THEY WOULD HAVE ALL THE ADVANTAGES OF THE EU. BUT WOULD NOT HAVE A SAY IN THE LAWS OR RULES OF THE EU. ONLY THE MAIN CORE OF 10 NATIONS MAKE ALL THE FINAL DECISIONS FOR THE WHOLE TRADE BLOC OF EUROPE. ITS NO ACCIDENT THAT I AM TALKING ABOUT SPAIN AS THE EU LEADER. WHEN JUST TODAY IN SPAIN-JUNE 26,16-THEY ARE HAVING THEIR ELECTIONS. DO YOU REALLY BELIEVE THIS IS AN ACCIDENT. JUST AFTER THE UK VOTED THURSDAY NIGHT JUNE 23,16 TO LEAVE THE EU. THEN JUST 3 DAYS LATER SPAIN HAS ITS ELECTION TO DECIDE THEIR NEW LEADER. BUT SPEAKING OF DANIEL 7:8 SAYING THAT 3 OF THE ORIGINAL GET THE BOOT. HERE IS ANOTHER INTERESTING FACT GOING ON RIGHT NOW. ITALY AND FRANCE 2 OF THE ORIGINAL 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS ARE TALKING ABOUT HAVING A REFERENDUM-TO SEE IF THEY CAN LEAVE THE EU ALSO. AND NOT ONLY THAT BUT THE EU HAS NOW PUT A BELGIAN LEADER IN TO NEGOTIATE THE TERMS OF THE EU TREATIES CONTRACTS WITH THE UNITED KINGDOM. TO GET BRITAIN OUT OF THE EU. BELGIUM IS ALSO ONE OF THE ORIGINAL 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS. AND BELGIUM ALSO HAS A MONARCHY SYSTEM. SO MAYBE A SPANISH LEADER WILL BE NAMED PRESIDENT OF THE EU AND THE BELGIAN LEADER WILL MAKE SURE THE SPANISH LEADER DOES GET ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE EU. IN ORDER FOR THIS TO HAPPEN. THE 3 MOST POWERFUL OF THE 6 FOUNDING MEMBERS WOULD HAVE TO BE BOOTED OUT. THIS WOULD MEAN THAT GERMANY-FRANCE AND ITALY WOULD BE THE 3 FOUNDING MEMBERS TO GET THE BOOT. AND SPAIN-BELGIUM-NETHERLANDS AND LUXUMBOURG WHICH ARE ALL KING SYSTEMS OR MONARCHIES.WOULD HAVE FULL CONTROL OF THE EU. AND THESE 4 PLUS THE OTHER 6 MAIN 10 EU CORE COUNTRIES. WOULD PUT THE SPANISH LEADER IN AS THE EU PRESIDENT. AND HE WOULD BECOME THE WORLD LEADER AFTER HE UPROOTS 3 WORLD TRADE BLOCS OF THE 10 WORLD TRADE BLOCS WHICH THE WORLD IS PUT INTO. AND THE EUROPEAN UNION LEADER WOULD BECOME THE WHOLE WORLDS DICTATOR AT THE MIDPOINT OR 3 1/2 YEAR MARK OF THE 7 YEAR ISRAELI-ARAB PEACE TREATY OR TRIBULATION PERIOD.PROPHECY IS HEATING UP BIG TIME. THE PRE-TRIBULATION RAPTURE OF THE CHURCH COULD OCCUR ANY SECOND. THEN THE WORLD EU LEADER WOULD BE REVEALED TO THE WHOLE WORLD TO BE THE WORLD DICTATOR FOR THE LAST HALF OF THE 7 YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD.
LONDON (Reuters) - To leave, or not to leave: that is the question. Still.After Britain's historic vote to leave the European Union, there is no indication that a so-called Brexit will happen soon. It maybe never will.Prime Minister David Cameron, who is resigning, has said he will not take the formal step to an EU divorce on the grounds that his successor should. Because the referendum is not legally-binding, some politicians are suggesting a parliament vote before formally triggering Brexit.A petition on the UK government's website on holding a second referendum has gained more than 3 million signatories in just two days.European leaders, facing the biggest threat to European unity since World War Two, are divided over how swiftly divorce talks should start. Paris wants haste and German Chancellor Angela Merkel is urging patience. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said he wanted to "start immediately".And on Sunday, Scotland's leader said Scotland may veto Brexit altogether. Under devolution rules, the parliaments of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are required to consent to any EU divorce, according to a report by the House of Lords.Most British politicians agree such a decisive 52-48 win for Leave in the referendum means a divorce must happen. Anything less would be a slap in the face of democracy."The will of the British people is an instruction that must be delivered," a choking Cameron said in his resignation speech, which marked the most tumultuous end to a British premiership since Anthony Eden resigned in 1957 after the Suez crisis.Still, the upswell of chatter - #regrexit is trending big on twitter - over whether Britain might be able to reconsider speaks to the disbelief gripping this continent in the wake of a vote that has unleashed financial and political mayhem.Sterling has plunged, and Britain's political parties are both crippled. Cameron is a lameduck leader, and the main opposition Labour party on Sunday attempted a coup against its leader, with nine top officials resigning."The kaleidoscope has been shaken up not just in terms of our relationship with the EU but in terms of who runs our parties, who governs the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London."It is very hard to see where the pieces are."-ARTICLE 50-The law provisioning an EU member country's exit from the union is Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty that is effectively the EU's constitution. It has never been invoked before.Before the vote, Cameron had said Article 50 would be triggered straight away if Britain voted to leave. Over the weekend, several EU officials also said the UK needed to formally split right away - possibly at a Tuesday EU meeting.But officials of the Leave campaign - including former London mayor Boris Johnson - are stepping on the brakes. They say they want to negotiate Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the EU before formally pulling the trigger to divorce.European officials and observers say such a deal is unlikely, especially considering the thorny issues involved.For example, it is unlikely that the EU would grant Britain access to the single market - key to allowing Britain trade goods and services in the EU - without London accepting the free movement of EU workers. But the biggest issue for those who voted to leave the bloc was limits on immigration - something the Leave campaigners promised.-DIVIDED UK-On Sunday, a petition to call for a second referendum was gaining supporters, reaching 3.3 million signatories by the afternoon. David Lammy, a lawmaker for the opposition Labour Party, said it was within parliament's powers to call a second referendum and urged that it be done.Perhaps the most vocal resistance to a British exit is coming from Scotland.Scotland, a nation of five million people, voted to stay in the EU by 62 to 38 percent, compared to the 54 percent in England who voted to leave.Under the United Kingdom's complex arrangements to devolve some powers to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, legislation generated in London to set off an EU divorce would have to gain consent from the three devolved parliaments, according to a report by the House of Lords' European Union Committee.Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told the BBC on Sunday that she would consider urging the Scottish parliament to block such a motion. It is not clear, however, whether such a scenario would ever materialize or be binding. Sturgeon's spokesman later said that the British government might not seek consent in the first place.Moreover, Sturgeon is simply laying out the groundwork for a new referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom --something the first minister said was "highly likely."-WITHDRAWAL-While there is no precedent for Article 50, the House of Lords has discussed how any Brexit would work. In May, it published a report after consultations with legal experts.In the report, Derrick Wyatt, one of the professors involved, said that while it would be politically difficult, the law allows the UK to change its mind after invoking Article 50."In law, the UK could change its mind before withdrawal from the EU and decide to stay in after all," said Wyatt.(Editing by Alessandra Galloni)
Kerry urges Britain, EU to manage their divorce responsibly-Secretary of state’s meeting with Israeli PM in Rome is rescheduled due to gravity of Brexit affair-By AP June 26, 2016, 9:02 pm-THE TIMES OF ISRAEL
ROME — US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday urged Britain and the European Union to manage their divorce responsibly for the sake of global markets and citizens, a day before he was to become the first senior American official to visit London and Brussels since the United Kingdom’s historic referendum.Kerry emphasized the importance of thoughtful cooperation at a time of economic uncertainty and fears about crumbling European unity. He said he would bring a message of US support to both capitals. But he offered no concrete suggestions for how the two sides should make good on the decision by British voters to leave the 28-nation bloc.“The most important thing is that all of us, as leaders, work together to provide as much continuity, as much stability, as much certainty as possible,” Kerry said as he met in Rome with Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni.Responsible handling of the situation, he said, will help “the marketplace understand there are ways to minimize disruption, there are ways to smartly move ahead in order to protect the values and interests that we share.”Kerry had scheduled talks in Rome with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later Sunday. But confronted with the gravity of Britain’s vote on Thursday, which crushed markets from the US to Japan, Kerry set up a frantic, four-nation schedule for Monday.After gathering again with Netanyahu in the morning, he planned to fly to Brussels to discuss Europe’s situation with EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini. Later, he was to meet British Secretary Philip Hammond in London before returning to Washington by day’s end.With the British, Kerry intended to echo last week’s immediate US response, which focused on the unchanged nature of the allies’ “special relationship.”Even the gloomiest of predictions about the British exit from the EU do not foresee the collapse of the close cultural ties or military alliance between Washington and London. But how relations evolve is an open question, especially if Britain’s separation from the EU causes significant economic pain in the United States.Visiting Britain in April, President Barack Obama noted ongoing US-EU trade negotiations and warned Britons that a vote to “leave” could put them at the back of the line for similar deals. Since the result of the referendum, however, Obama and other American officials have gone out of their way to emphasize the durability of the relationship, playing down the idea of any repercussions from Washington.“We will continue, the United States, to have a very close and special relationship with Great Britain,” Kerry said on the rooftop of a hotel overlooking the Pantheon. “We value that relationship. That does not change because of this vote.”In Brussels, Kerry planned to emphasize US backing for the EU amid speculation that other member countries could follow Britain’s lead.Alongside Gentiloni, Kerry stressed the importance of political unity among 27 remaining countries that still represent a market of 450 million people, and help the US provide security to unstable places in North Africa and the Middle East, and far-flung areas of conflict such as Afghanistan.It’s unclear what more Kerry, or the US, can say or do right now to help Britain or the EU.Britain’s exit negotiations could be a complicated, protracted affair, and the Americans are likely to have little say in the matter. The US also has no answer for the EU’s dilemma about how to respond to the first loss of a member in its history.“There are steps Europe needs to take to respond to the expression of voters and the concerns of people in other countries,” Kerry said, without entering the European debate over a quick or a slow breakup with Britain. He described the US-EU partnership as critical for Europe, America and the world.
Eleven members of UK opposition Labour withdraw support for leader Corbyn-[Reuters]-June 26, 2016-YAHOONEWS
LONDON (Reuters) - Eleven senior members of Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Sunday they had withdrawn support for the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn, plunging the party into crisis in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.On Saturday, Corbyn said he would resist any attempt to oust him following criticism by some Labour lawmakers that he had not done enough to convince millions of voters in the party's heartlands to back remaining in the EU. He did not immediately respond to the resignations.Britain is not due to hold a parliamentary election until 2020, but after Prime Minister David Cameron's announcement that he would resign after losing the referendum, many expect that one could now be called earlier by his successor -- putting pressure on Labour to present itself as a credible alternative.The Labour leader sacked his foreign policy chief Hilary Benn early on Sunday after Benn said he had lost confidence in the ability of Corbyn, who is on the party's far left, to lead Labour.Over the course of the day, Gloria de Piero, Heidi Alexander, Lucy Powell, Ian Murray, Kerry McCarthy, Vernon Coaker, Charles Falconer, Lilian Greenwood, Karl Turner and Seema Malhotra all announced they were stepping down from Corbyn's top team, known as the "shadow cabinet".After a stinging election defeat for Labour last year, Corbyn won the leadership thanks to overwhelming support from grassroots members. But he has struggled to win the backing of Labour's members of parliament, many of whom find themselves far closer to the center ground than Corbyn.Since the referendum, two Labour lawmakers have submitted a motion of no no-confidence in Corbyn, calling for his leadership to be debated at a meeting of the party's lawmakers on Monday, followed by a secret ballot.Malhotra, a member of Corbyn's finance policy team who had introduced him at a speech on Saturday, said Labour needed to strengthen its influence at a time of such political and economic upheaval."I have come to the view that under your leadership we will not be able to build bridges across the party, be the strong official opposition that the country needs or reach out to voters and build confidence in Labour," she said in a letter to Corbyn, which she also published on Twitter."We need to recognize that we do not currently look like a government in waiting."Several of the others also said in statements that they doubted Corbyn's ability to lead the party to victory in the next election.(Reporting by Conor Humphries, William James and Kylie MacLellan, Editing by Kevin Liffey)
Spain's leftist parties could clinch majority: exit polls-[Reuters]-By Julien Toyer and Sonya Dowsett-June 26, 2016-YAHOONEWS
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's two biggest left-wing parties, the Unidos Podemos alliance and the Socialist party, could come close to clinching an absolute majority together in a Sunday's parliamentary election, several exit polls showed.Unidos Podemos ("Together We Can"), a coalition of several leftist parties led by anti-austerity newcomer Podemos were seen winning 87 to 95 seats, and the Socialists 81 to 86 seats.Together they would have more than the 176 seats needed for an absolute majority, the exit polls from state broadcaster TVE and the ABC newspaper and Cope radio station showed.The conservative People's Party (PP) of acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was seen winning the most seats overall with 117 to 124. It won 123 seats last year.Liberal party Ciudadanos, a natural ally for the PP, was expected to come fourth once again with 26 to 32 seats, down sharply from 40 seats six months ago, the exit polls showed.A third combination, a grand coalition between the PP and the Socialists would also be possible as it would reach 198 to 210 seats, according to the polls.After six months of bickering, parties have pledged to reach a coalition deal quickly this time although the results may also produce a new stalemate as the Socialists said before the vote they were not ready to back a government lead by either Podemos or the PP.(Additional reporting by the Madrid newsroom; Editing by Louise Ireland)
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