Tuesday, July 12, 2016
THERESA MAY WILL BE THE NEXT BRITISH PRIME MINISTER.
ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT BREAKDOWN BY THE BIBLE
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)
EUROPEAN UNION ARMY
19 And I saw the beast,(EU LEADER) and the kings of the earth, and their armies,(UNITED NATIONS TROOPS) gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse,(JESUS) and against his army.(THE RAPTURED CHRISTIANS)
We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.James Paul Warburg appearing before the Senate on 7th February 1950
Like a famous WWII Belgian General,Paul Henry Spock said in 1957:We need no commission, we have already too many. What we need is a man who is great enough to be able to keep all the people in subjection to himself and to lift us out of the economic bog into which we threaten to sink. Send us such a man. Be he a god or a devil, we will accept him.And today, sadly, the world is indeed ready for such a man.
No one will enter the New World Order... unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation.- David Spangler Director of Planetary Initiative United Nations.
THE EU WORLD DICTATOR
1 And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see.
2 And I saw, and behold a white horse:(EU WORLD DICTATOR) and he that sat on him had a bow;(PEACE) and a crown was given unto him:(WORLD LEADER) and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.(THIS IS THE EU DICTATOR)
1 And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.(7 HEADS ARE THE 7TH WORLD EMPIRE IN HISTORY (THE EU) AS WELL AS THE VATICAN WHICH IS BUILT ON 7 HILLS. 10 HORNS ARE 10 KINGS THAT ARISE FROM THE EU, THEN #11 COMES ON THE SCENE BECOMES THE HEAD OF 3 OUNTRIES AND THEN THE EU DICTATOR, COMES FROM 1 OF THE 3 COUNTRIES THAT RULE FOR THIS TERM. I BELIEVE THE 3 COUNTRIES RULING AT THE TIME ARE SPAIN AND 2 OF THE ORIGINAL 6 THAT STARTED THE EU. FROM 1 OF THESE 3 COUNTRIES COME THE FUTURE EU DICTATOR PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION WHO GUARENTEES ISRAELS SECURITY FOR A LAND FOR PEACE 7 YEAR TREATY.
2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.(THE JEWISH EU DICTATOR GETS HIS POWER FROM SATAN,HE COMES FROM THE OCCULT).
3 And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.(THE DICTATOR HAS A FALSE RESURRECTION. JUST LIKE JESUS HAD A LITERAL RESURRECTION THIS DICTATOR GETS MURDERED AT THE 3 1/2 YR MARK OF THR 7 YEAR TREATY AND COMES BACK TO LIFE. THIS IS HOW HE CAN CLAIM TO BE GOD AND GET AWAY WITH IT AND CONTROL THE WHOLE EARTH.
7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations.
8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.
9 If any man have an ear, let him hear.
16 And he (FALSE POPE) causeth all,(WORLD SOCIALISM) both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
Today, 13:44-Theresa May is set to become British prime minister after Andrea Leadsom on Monday quit the race for Conservative Party leadership. Leadsom gave her support to May, saying that the UK needed "a strong and well-supported prime minister". She was under strong criticism over a remark that mothers are better equipped to govern, suggesting that childless May was not.
Theresa May will be next British PM By Eric Maurice-JULY 11,16-EUOBSERVER
BRUSSELS, Today, 15:14-Theresa May is sure to become the next British prime minister after Andrea Leadsom quit the race for the leadership of the Conservative Party on Monday (11 July)."The interests of our country are best served by the immediate appointment of a strong and well-supported prime minister," Leadsom said in a letter to the 1922 Committee, the Tory MPs body that organises the party leadership contest.“I am therefore withdrawing from the leadership election and I wish Theresa May the very greatest success. I assure her of my full support.”The 1922 Committee was to meet Monday afternoon to confirm May as new party leader, a position that will also make her prime minister.The leader of the House of Commons and May's campaign manager Chris Grayling said she was "enormously honoured" to be the next prime minister.The handover from current PM David Cameron could be done in the coming days. Cameron's office told British journalists he would "not get in the way".May, 59, has been a MP since 1997 and home secretary since 2010. She was also chairman of the Conservative Party between 2002 and 2003.She supported the Remain camp before the EU referendum but did not take an active part in the campaign. Since the vote she has repeated that "Brexit means Brexit".She has ruled out holding a second referendum or an early election.-'Authority and the leadership'-She also said she would not trigger Article 50 of the EU treaty, which organises the exit from the bloc, this year."We need to establish our own negotiating position," she told the BBC on 3 July."What’s important for us though is that we get the right deal, and that’s a deal that is about controlling free movement, but it’s also about ensuring that we’ve got the best deal possible in trade, in goods and services."After Leadsom's withdrawal, May received support from two of the main Brexit leaders, Boris Johnson and Michael Gove.Johnson said that May would "provide the authority and the leadership necessary to unite the Conservative party and take the country forward" and that he was "encouraged that she’s made it clear that Brexit means Brexit".Gove said May had his "full support as our next prime minister'' and that the handover should take place "as quickly as possible".Another Brexit leader, UKIP former leader Nigel Farage, said on Twitter he was "disappointed that [Leadsom] has decided to withdraw".-Markets rebound-Leadsom decided to quit amid strong criticism over remarks she made on motherhood and leadership.In an interview with the Times on Saturday, she said "being a mum means you have a real stake in the future of our country, a tangible stake", adding that she was sure Theresa May would be “really sad she doesn’t have children”.She later apologised but denied suggesting that she was directly attacking May over motherhood and leadership qualities.On Monday, Leadsom's campaign manager lashed out against "spin and underhand tactics against decent people" that had undermined public confidence in politics.The pound and the FTSE 250 stock exchange index made a rebound after news of Leadsom's withdrawal.
EP chief Schulz should get longer term, says Juncker-By EUOBSERVER-JULY 11,16
Today, 08:50-EU Parliament president Martin Schulz should continue in his role until 2019, says EU Commission chief Juncker. "I am in favour of the European institutions being led for the next two-and-a-half years as they have been thus far. We need stability," said Juncker in a joint interview with Schulz for Spiegel. Schulz's term as president ends in January.
EU: Barroso not obliged to notify on Goldman Sachs-By EUOBSERVER-JULY 11,16
Today, 13:02-EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker learned about his predecessor, Jose Manuel Barroso's move to Goldman Sachs, a US investment bank after it was announced, a Commission spokesman said, adding that under EU rules Barroso was not obliged to notify the EU executive before the decision to accept the bank's chairman and advisory jobs. Barroso came under fire for joining the bank that helped set off the 2008 financial crisis.
French president to tour Europe for 'new momentum'-By EUOBSERVER-JULY 11,16
Today, 12:23-French president Francois Hollande will visit Portugal, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and Ireland on 19-21 July. The goal is to "continue the ongoing work" with German chancellor Angela Merkel and Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi "to give a new momentum to Europe at 27", the French presidency said on Monday.
Juncker to decide on new UK portfolio by end of month-By EUOBSERVER-JULY 11,16
Today, 13:02-EU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday met for an "interview" with Sir Julian King, the new commissioner nominated by the UK after Jonathan Hill resigned following the Brexit vote. A Commission spokesman said Juncker will decide by the end of the month what portfolio King will be handed in the 28-member executive. Hill's finance portfolio would be taken over by Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis.
Nato summit forges united front on Putin By Andrew Rettman-JULY 11,16-EUOBSERVER
BRUSSELS, Today, 15:10-The Nato summit was “no so pleasant” for “Mr Putin”, Dalia Grybauskaite, the Lithuanian leader, told media on Saturday (9 July) with a steely, blue-eyed glare.She said the Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, had failed to split the Western alliance, which is sending 4,000 American, British, Canadian, French, German and Italian soldiers to stand guard against Russian aggression in the Baltic states and in Poland.The numbers are tiny compared to Russian troops in the region.But the Nato battalions make the Baltic states comparable to West Berlin during the Cold War. Soviet conventional forces also outnumbered Nato forces in Germany, but Moscow never crossed the line because the nuclear-armed alliance made clear that it would respond en bloc.The Nato battalions made a Russian incursion “unthinkable”, Latvian defence minister Raimonds Bergmanis said.French president Francois Hollande gave Putin some consolation on Friday, saying at the summit that Russia was a “partner” and that Nato had no say on EU policy on Russia.Germany and Italy also gave consolation in the run-up to the event. German foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier criticised Nato “warmongering”, while Italian leader Matteo Renzi questioned EU sanctions on Russia.Come Saturday, Hollande had changed his tone, however.He pledged to send up to 250 French soldiers to Estonia next year. He also said there was a need “to be firm with Russia” and to show “unity” at a time when Baltic states felt “threatened”.German chancellor Angela Merkel said little, but her actions spoke louder than words. With Germany to lead a force of some 1,000 soldiers in Lithuania, Grybauskaite said there had been a “change of mindset” in Berlin on Germany’s role in European defence.Renzi also pledged 150 Italian troops for the Baltic states.The Nato decision was prompted by Russia’s covert invasion of Ukraine two years ago. The simmering conflict saw Russian-led forces kill three more Ukrainian soldiers at the weekend.Barack Obama, the US leader, sent a further message of Nato unity by posing for photos side by side with Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko, British PM David Cameron, Hollande, Merkel and Renzi on Saturday.“Prime minister Cameron, president Hollande, chancellor Merkel, prime minister Renzi and I met with president Poroshenko, and we reaffirmed our strong support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity”, he said.Cameron said that when the 28 Nato leaders discussed Russia sanctions at a dinner on Friday he was “struck by the unity of purpose” on maintaining a tough line.Nato ambassadors will meet Russia’s Nato envoy in Brussels on Wednesday.But the new “dialogue” was primarily intended to avoid accidental exchange of fire and did not mean a return to “business as usual”, Nato said in its official summit communique.Most Nato states are also EU states. But the Nato communique described Russia’s role in Ukraine in much balder terms than previous EU summit conclusions.“Russia continues to provide weapons, equipment, and personnel, as well as financial and other assistance to militant groups, and to intervene militarily in the conflict,” it said.-Speaking diplomatically?-Some Nato officials were even more strident.A reporter for Russia’s sate-run Ria Novosti news service asked one senior official at an off-the-record briefing on Friday if Nato was concerned by Russia’s concentration of anti-air and anti-ship missiles in the Baltic and Black Sea regions.“I’ll try to put this diplomatically, carefully: Such a capability can be addressed and tackled”, the Nato official said.The Polish government reined in its anti-Russian views on Friday and Saturday.Top members of Poland’s ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party believe that Putin assassinated the late Polish president Lech Kaczynski in the Smolensk air crash in 2010.But the main proponents of the conspiracy theory - Jaroslaw Kaczynski (the PiS chairman and Lech’s twin brother) and Antoni Macierewicz (the Polish defence minister) - either stayed out of sight or did not mention Smolensk in public.Their choice of summit venues and festivities was telling, however.They held the Nato summit in Praha, a Warsaw district on the east side of the Vistula river, where the Soviet army stood and watched as Nazi forces levelled the city in the Warsaw uprising in 1944.They held Friday’s dinner in the same room where Soviet and Soviet-controlled states in 1955 signed the Warsaw Pact, an anti-Nato alliance.They also projected Nato’s blue, black and silver logo on to the Palace of Culture, a beetling skyscraper built by Stalin in central Warsaw as a stamp of Soviet rule.-Sense of humour-The summit itself went off without a hitch.There were two small anti-US protests in the city, one by Iraqi expats and one by an anti-Nato group, but both took place without incident amid a massive police presence.Shops and restaurants lost income due to security restrictions, but locals reacted with a sense of humour.Pedestrians trying to cross Aleje Jerozolimskie, a main thoroughfare in the city, on Friday evening had to wait over 45 minutes until Obama’s 20-car motorcade drove by.“Just tell us how much longer: minutes, hours?” a Dutch tourist asked police at one point. “Days?” a young Polish man added, prompting ripples of laughter.It is too early to say how Russia will react to the developments.Kremlin media and the foreign ministry mocked the Nato event as Europe’s attempt to deflect attention from Brexit and the migration crisis by talk of Russia’s “wonderland” threat. The Kremlin itself said nothing.If Putin did have anything to smile about, it was the spectacle of Poland, Nato’s largest eastern ally, being embarrassed by the US, however.The moment came on Friday when Obama told Polish president Andrzej Duda in front of hundreds of journalists that he was “deeply disturbed” by Poland's judicial crisis.He was referring to the fact that PiS has stuffed the country’s highest court with loyalists and weakened its ability to vet new laws in what the EU and the Council of Europe have called a menace to rule of law.Putin might have also smiled as Poland laid bare its political divisions and institutional dysfunctions.Critical media, such as the Gazeta Wyborcza daily, mocked Duda’s cowardice for refusing to take press questions on Obama’s censure.But PiS-run public media did not report Obama’s words. TV news bulletins said in a voiceover that the US leader had praised Polish democracy.-The day after-The issues were on show again on Sunday.PiS chairman Kaczynski has no official function. But the day after Nato leaders went home, he assumed the role of Polish leader by giving a speech outside the presidential palace.He dropped hints that he would like to replace Duda with Macierewicz.He also said that he would build a monument to Smolensk in the square, as well as “many others” in “all of Poland”.Down the road, in Warsaw’s Old Town, another group held a protest against the Smolensk plans.Kaczynski has said many times that the Polish opposition party, Civic Platform (PO), including Donald Tusk, a PO prime minister who went to become the EU Council chief, were complicit in the Russian plot.The Old Town protest said the Smolensk story is deigned to strengthen Kaczynski’s grip on power by demonising his adversaries and causing fear.-Polish debate-The Nato summit prompted debate in Polish cafes, households, and on street corners.Olgierd, a businessman in the pharmaceutical sector, told EUobserver: “It’s not just the Baltic states that feel threatened. There’s a real war going on in Ukraine, with tanks, artillery, and that’s just 700km from here. That’s a bordering country”.Zygmunt, a retired marine biologist, said: “We shouldn’t poke the Russian bear like this.”“I have many Russian friends. They’re good people who just want to do business in Europe. We should leave Russia alone and things should go back to the way they were,” he said.But the debate on Kaczynski was for more bitter.“Who does he think he is? Lech was the smart twin,” said Andrzej, a taxi driver.“Kaczynski is a maniac who’s jealous of normal people that have wives and children … he’s turning Poland into a banana republic.”Jagoda, a retired railway engineer, told EUobserver: “I hate him. I wish he was struck down with a stroke or blindness or something … When I see his face on TV, I use the kind of words I’d never normally use.”But Rafal, a newspaper and cigarette kiosk owner, defended the PiS leader.“People in Brussels, you foreign journalists - you have no idea what’s going on in Poland because all you know is the lies that you read in Gazeta Wyborcza,” he said.“Civic Platform robbed the country. There was [corruption] scandal after scandal. They tried to make a coup d’etat by putting their own people in the constitutional court before the elections and it failed,” he said.“We need a strong leader who will stand up for Polish interests.”
UK to 'make most' of Nato after leaving EU By Andrew Rettman-EUOBSERVER
WARSAW, 10. Jul, 17:06-The UK will strive to play a role in EU foreign policy after it leaves, but will “make the most” of Nato and bilateral ties to pursue national interests, prime minister David Cameron has said.Speaking on Saturday (9 July) after the Nato summit in Warsaw, he said he’d told fellow leaders “that Britain leaving the European Union did not mean it was turning its back on Europe or on European security”.“As we leave the European Union, we won’t be around that table at the same time, but Britain will have to become one of Europe’s most important partners”, he said.“The UK should be as close as possible to the European Union when it comes to security, when it comes to diplomacy, when it comes to migration and trade”.He indicated that UK warships would continue to serve in the EU’s anti-pirate mission in the Gulf of Aden and its anti-migrant smuggler operation in the Mediterranean.“I’m sure that if there are EU operations that we agree with there’ll be an opportunity to partner in some way”, he said.He said the UK would lobby EU states to keep a “strong and unified European position” on Russia.He also indicated that Britain would try to steer the EU away from creating parallel military structures to Nato.“There’s a danger of that … This is something we’re going to have watch out for”, he said, referring to French and German talk of creating an EU military HQ.-Making the most of it-Cameron said the UK would increasingly turn to other formats to pursue its interests, however.“What we now need to do is to make the most of all the other relationships that we have, whether it’s Nato, the G7, the G20, or the Commonwealth”, he said, referring to two clubs of wealthy nations and to Britain’s former colonies.“We’re going to strengthen the bilateral relationships we have, including here in Poland”, he added.He said Britain’s armed forces are “a very important part of projecting British power and British influence around the world”.“Today we are a major power inside the European Union, tomorrow we’ll be a major power outside the European Union”, he said.Underlining the point, he announced that he would call a vote in the British parliament on 18 July on renewing Britain’s nuclear arsenal, the so called Trident fleet of four submarines.He noted that Britain was sending 650 soldiers to protect Estonia and Poland from Russian aggression in a new Nato force.He also said that British warships would continue to serve in Nato’s anti-migrant smuggler operation in the Aegean.Cameron said Brexit “was not a big subject of discussion” at the Nato leaders’ dinner on Friday.“In so much as the discussion was about Britain’s exit from the European Union, there were a lot of generous remarks, in particular by president Barack Obama, who said what a reliable partner Britain had been”, he said.He also hinted that he had begun “scoping out” EU leaders on “what are the trade and other opportunities” in the future.-French advice-Speaking also in Warsaw on Saturday, French president Francois Hollande said “it doesn’t make sense for the EU” to have “defence structures separate from Nato”.But he said the EU should be “more robust” in taking care “of its own defence” in future.He said the UK should initiate formal EU divorce talks “as quickly as possible” and that negotiations should proceed in “an open manner, to get rid of all this uncertainty”.Obama had on Friday urged the EU not to take an “adversarial” position in the talks.He said on Saturday that “neither side” should “harden positions in ways that ultimately do damage to their respective economies”.Hollande said the US leader “didn’t confide in me personally and give me advice what to do”.He described Obama’s public remarks as “friendly advice”, but he joked that when US voters go the urns in November, he would reserve the right to give them “friendly advice … to make the right choice” between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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