Jan Markell talks with Amir Tsarfati about Europe’s preparation for what the Bible teaches is the coming of a world dictator known as the Anti-Christ.
Read more about who the Antichrist is and the Unholy Trinity and Gog & Magog.
Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., has given President Trump a grand opportunity to do something he has yet to do in his first months in office: make significant progress on religious freedom for persecuted Christians and other religious minorities around the world. With the recent passage of the Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act (HR 390) by the House of Representatives, the President is well-positioned to make a bold move to stabilize the region.
If passed by the Senate, the Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act will provide relief to those victimized by the ongoing genocide, human rights violations and war crimes by terrorist groups. But it is perhaps the secondary effects of this bill that will lead to the most powerful and lasting impact.
HR 390 allows the U.S. to assist in the reestablishment of Christian, Yazidi and other minority communities in the Middle East, which are central to the survival of a pluralistic and open society—a giant slap in the face to the stated goal of ISIS to drive out all those who do not embrace their savage ideology. It also gives hundreds of thousands of refugees the opportunity to return to their homes instead of seeking refugee status in the West or risking dangerous journeys to enter Europe in desperation. And to be sure, as we often witness firsthand at Open Doors through our work on the ground in Iraq and Syria, many Christians wish to remain in their homeland and would do so if they had not lost hope after years without resources, as the world turns a blind eye to their plight… read more
The Ransomware that began spreading across the globe on Friday is still going with more computers reportedly being affected today by new variants of the virus.
What we’ve learned is that the attack hasn’t just taken down personal computers, but core government and business networks affecting everything from health care systems and transportation in Europe, to ATM withdrawals in China.
It’s massive, to be sure. But in the grand scheme of things, up to this point, it has been a fairly minor inconvenience… read more
If you knew me well, you know how careful I am in naming people “the antichrist”. However, I believe that in Emmanuel Macron’s case I can very clearly say that we are watching a young, west European leader who was groomed by the “one world order” gang for this powerful position.
I am NOT talking about grooming him to be the antichrist, but definitely to leadership of Europe. Watching last night the news with the attempt to understand his rise to power, starting from how through working for the Rothchild family he made very quick money, through the effort to not say a word about what was leaked regarding who he truly is, to the unprecedented endorsement by former US president Barack Obama- all I can say that many red flags are raised.
Keep your eyes open! Europe is being conditioned to give eventually birth to the antichrist and it’s only a matter of time! Please watch my message on YouTube from the 2016 Understanding The Times conference – [full source]
” Europe: Ready for the Antichrist”
- “Be careful, be very careful. What has happened here will come to you.” — An elderly priest in Iraq, to Father Benedict Kiely.
- Last year, more than 90,000 people chose to drop out of the Church of Sweden — almost twice as many as the year before. Meanwhile, in one year, 163,000 migrants, most of them Muslim, entered the country.
- “Shouldn’t the issue of Middle Eastern Christians wake up European civilization to its core identity? Shouldn’t we in Europe and the West be telling ourselves that these attacks are also aimed at us?” — Mathieu Bock-Côté, in Le Figaro.
“I fear we are approaching a situation resembling the tragic fate of Christianity in Northern Africa in Islam’s early days”, a Lutheran bishop, Jobst Schoene, warned a few years ago.
In ancient times, Algeria and Tunisia, entirely Christian, gave us great thinkers such as Tertullian and Augustine. Two centuries later, Christianity has disappeared, replaced by Arab-Islamic civilization.
Is Europe now meeting the same fate?… read more
Important Middle East update in light of the Israeli strike in Damascus and the intercepted Syrian drone! Tension is rising in Europe and Trump is on his way to Jerusalem soon.
…Unfortunately, the West is losing this war with Muslim supremacists: they have already infiltrated Europe’s mosques and the outskirts of its cities; the foreign funded “Institutional Islam” has already been able to convince Europeans that terror “has nothing to do with Islam”; the mainstream media is refusing even to utter the name of the enemy, even as it is preparing new eulogies about the next victims of Jihad; Pope Francis has capitulated, while his predecessor Benedict XVI had the courage to name Islam; European Jewry is fleeing the old continent; Europe’s armies are getting smaller by the day; our élites have come to see it as a natural event that churches are bombed in Mosul as in Tanta.
If the West wants to start winning this long war, it must begin by recognizing that Israel is a bastion against an Islamic onslaught on the rest of the Judeo-Christian world…. read more
Italy, Israel, Greece and Cyprus pledged Monday to move ahead with the world’s longest undersea gas pipeline from the eastern Mediterranean to southern Europe, with support from the European Union.
If carried out as planned, the long-discussed $6.2 billion pipeline would take gas from Israel and Cyprus’s recently discovered offshore gas reserves to Europe and could help reduce the continent’s dependence on Russian energy at a time of ongoing tensions.
In a joint news conference in the Israeli commercial capital Tel Aviv, energy ministers from the four nations, as well as the EU’s Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Canete, pledged their commitment to the project.
Feasibility studies had been completed, the ministers said, but work on developing it would not begin for several years – with current expectations for it to go online in 2025…. read more