Western-style globalism in the form of the Rothschild banks, free-trade, the U.N., and the U.S./NATO peace-for-oil police, may be dead. New power blocks are forming in its place.
As post-Christian, multi-culturalist, Europe is self-destructing under its socialist bureaucrats and refugee invasion, people in Australia, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Italy, and Brazil have all voted for nationalist leadership. The U.K. has voted to separate from the globalist European Union. Spain and France look as though they will soon be leaning in this same direction. The U.S. is in a pitched battle between a socialist/globalist left, and a capitalist/America-first right, but with the latter largely in control of its foreign policy.
On the other side of the fence, Turkey has inked an financial deal with Russia in which the two countries will trade in terms of their own currencies rather than the U.S. dollar. The dollar, and the Rothschild SWIFT international transactions system that it is wedded to have become increasingly used as a geopolitical weapon to enforce policy. Turkey, in its new partnership with Russia, is effectively joining Russia, China, Brazil, and Iran (the so-called BRIC nations – but I am replacing India with Iran) in freeing itself from the power of SWIFT.
Now the U.S. has moved its military presence out of northeast Syria, and Turkey has invaded. Amidst howls of protest that the U.S. is abandoning the Kurds there, the administration is threatening to exert economic pressure through sanctions against Turkey. Such sanctions (largely U.S. dollar and SWIFT sanctions) are unlikely to dissuade Turkey from exercising its will in Syria, and may only serve to consolidate Turkey’s alliance with the BRICs. As Russia and Turkey push the U.S. out of Syria, Syria is in danger of being carved up between them, moving the power of the “King of the North” all that much closer to Jerusalem.
Meanwhile, as Europe declines, the U.S. may be withdrawing support from NATO while it is forming a new Arab NATO with the Gulf Cooperation Council countries (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman), plus Jordan and Egypt. Separately the U.S. is forming a close relationship with Iraq. I suppose we should add Israel to this power block as a “silent” partner. This middle-eastern block, at least in the wishful thinking of U.S. strategists, will form a new power base. If it does come together as planned, it will become the matrix from which will rise the biblical “King of the South” of end-times prophecy. (For reasons why the form that the U.S. would like this to take may never happen, click here.)
As described to some extent above, opposing this U.S. beach-head in the southern Middle East is a newly forming Ottoman empire in the northern Middle East comprised of China, Russia, Syria, Turkey, Iran, Hungary, (also allied with Brazil, Germany, South Africa, and Japan). Some form or derivative of this axis is likely to rise as the biblical “King of the North”.
In this scenario, the king of the north represents the power of the anti-western anti-dollar axis and the king of the south represents the western alliance. In this conflict, Israel is the prize. It would serve as the hub for either of these groups to gain a unified Middle East.
If this constellation of powers holds forth during fulfillment of the biblical prophecies (e.g., Dan. 11:21-45) about the invasions of Israel, then it is no wonder that once the king of the north occupies Jerusalem, the king of the south will launch a counter-attack.
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