One may outwit another but not all others
In my previous article, I discussed the End Times prophecy in a bit more depth. One of the questions it raised was, how come America is not part of the EU (European Union) if the prophecy is true?
I mean we are all expecting America to lead the world in to self destruct, but how?
Well, as I said in that article, as we get closer to that time, things become clearer. To me, there is not clearer sign than the news released by Sputnik International yesterday:
End of Isolation: Britain Asks Putin for Help in Middle East – German Media
To quote an ancient American proverb: O.M.G!
I can’t help myself. I am sorry America, but you reap what you sow. I am very happy to hear this news. Let me be clear. I am not entirely concerned with the End Times and how we will/are to meet our maker, I mean we all have to go at some point, don’t we? The instant we are born, we are dying. So why sweat the small stuff?
What I am pleased about is Britain opening her eyes and FINALLY taking a stand. At last she is saying loud and clear, I don’t agree with you my friend.
‘However, according to the newspaper, both countries do not want to reveal the turnaround in their relations too quickly. Thus, they are conducting military maneuvers that recall the days of the Cold War.
The US and other Western countries started major military maneuvers with around 100 warplanes in Scandinavia near the border with Russia on Monday. The exercise in northern Norway, Sweden and Finland is presumably aimed at enhancing the military cooperation between America and the EU.’
‘Exchanging views on the crisis in Ukraine, both leaders emphasised the need to observe strictly the full package of measures taken to implement the Minsk Agreements of February 12, 2015. Mr Putin noted the importance of establishing direct dialogue between the authorities in Kiev and representatives of the Donbass region, which would help to achieve a lasting settlement to the crisis in southeast Ukraine.
The two leaders agreed to continue Russian-British contacts at various levels.’
You know Vlad (can I call you Vlad?), it’s going to be kind of difficult to keep this quiet, when the original story came from your own embassy in London.
So the question here is: Is this a trick? IF Russia forms an alliance with Britain, will they really be dealing with the puppet or the puppet master? This is a very bold move by Great Britain, and let’s be honest it is completely out of character. Perhaps it is based on the deal Russia made with China, about promising not to spy on each other? Or have America told Britain to get closer to Russia because of the very real threat from Putin? I would love to take this at face value and one of the reasons I probably could, is that is did not come from Mainstream Media. It came from Alternative News, so that is a plus. But, and it’s a big but, after everything those inglorious Bas.. I mean leaders have done and said to date, I am inclined to take this deal with a pinch of salt. Perhaps Britain is just a power whore? You know what I mean. A certain type of person that only falls in ‘love’ if there is a lot of money involved? Yes, like that, but with power rather than cash.
So let’s have a look at what other alternative outlets have to report:
Britain sends biggest warship for NATO drills on Russian border
‘The little space just off the Russian city of Kaliningrad is one of the country’s most heavily guarded – housing three air bases, thousands of soldiers and the Russian navy’s Baltic fleet, as well as being home to the command headquarters for all of Russia’s air and maritime intelligence missions in Europe.’
‘“Naturally, we will increase our forces in Crimea because NATO countries have stepped up their activities… in the immediate vicinity of our borders,” said Russia’s envoy to NATO, Aleksandr Grushko, in mid-May.’
You know, that scenario would not surprise me in the slightest.
‘General Hans-Lothar Domröse, Commander of Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum (The Netherlands) has revealed what NATO thinks of Russian President Putin.
In his interview with the German magazine Focus Online, Domröse called the Russian leader a tough-minded, forward-thinking politician who is capable of foreseeing the situation.
The general, however, added that Putin is a “gambler”, which might be dangerous. Unfortunately the general did not elaborate any further.’
A little intriguing to say the least. This point raises a very valid concern.
Sixteen Commonwealth realms voluntarily continue to share the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, as their head of state. These sixteen nations are distinct and equal legal entities – the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands and Tuvalu.
I have commented before on how Russia and China put aside their differences over the Syrian Civil War, in order to create that alliance. Is this the kind of deal that Britain is looking for? Russia and China also promised not to spy on each other. Whether they will keep that promise, is anyone’s guess, but the point is, they are making more headway in this one alliance, than America is doing with any of hers.
I certainly hope that Russia put some restrictions on Britain, in order to strengthen this alliance. But of course, if the prophecy is true (and it certainly is looking that way) then that will not be a problem.
So, if everything plays out the way it is looking right now, we are looking at The Bear, The Dragon, The Lion and the Leopard (if like me, you think the leopard is India and not Germany as some believe, or even Greece as many others believe). The four heads of the beast with ten horns (being those that are beginning to join these forces perhaps?).
Is it possible that America will not be the cause of the End Times, but rather the catalyst?
Alternatively, we have seen this before:
‘During the 19th century, Britain and the Russian Empire vied to fill the power vacuums that had been left by the declining Ottoman Empire, Qajar dynasty and Qing Dynasty. This rivalry in Eurasia came to be known as the “Great Game”. As far as Britain was concerned, defeats inflicted by Russia on Persia and Turkey demonstrated its imperial ambitions and capabilities and stoked fears in Britain of an overland invasion of India. In 1839, Britain moved to pre-empt this by invading Afghanistan, but the First Anglo-Afghan War was a disaster for Britain.
When Russia invaded the Turkish Balkans in 1853, fears of Russian dominance in the Mediterranean and Middle East led Britain and France to invade the Crimean Peninsula to destroy Russian naval capabilities. The ensuing Crimean War (1854–56), which involved new techniques of modern warfare, and was the only global war fought between Britain and another imperial power during the Pax Britannica, was a resounding defeat for Russia. The situation remained unresolved in Central Asia for two more decades, with Britain annexing Baluchistan in 1876 and Russia annexing Kirghizia, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan. For a while it appeared that another war would be inevitable, but the two countries reached an agreement on their respective spheres of influence in the region in 1878 and on all outstanding matters in 1907 with the signing of the Anglo-Russian Entente. The destruction of the Russian Navy by the Japanese at the Battle of Port Arthur during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05 also limited its threat to the British.’ – Wikipedia.
So what are we actually seeing here? The End Times prophecy playing out, or history repeating itself? In both scenarios we are seeing the same places mentioned.