The Beast is Formed. Red Alert!

First, I have to apologize. In my last article, I thought the fourth head of the Beast may be India however, after reading yesterday’s news, I may have to revise that thought. I am not saying I am wrong, I am just saying that I might not have taken into consideration all the facts. What makes me say this?

The International Business Times released this story:

Greece turns to Russia as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras rejects ‘absurd’ creditors’ demands

‘The announcement of the meeting came as Tsipras told the Greek parliament that the EU was forcing “absurd” austerity measures on the cash-strapped country.

He accused the country’s creditors of doing all they could to scupper a cash-for –reforms deal that would give Greece a new injection of loans. He said the EU was pushing Athens towards default and the euro exit door, or Grexit.

“The creditors’ proposals are unrealistic and a step back in negotiations,” he told parliament. “The Greek government cannot agree to irrational proposals. Greek people should be proud because the government is not going to give into absurd proposals.”

Yanis Varoufakis, the Greek finance minister, told BBC Two’s Newsnight that the euro zone and International Monetary Fund plan was “atrocious. The deal proposed by the creditors is the kind l you propose if you don’t want a deal.”

(Original Report)

So, Greece feel that the European Union have deliberately created a deal that is unattainable, that its country could not possibly honor. No surprise there, is there? Are the EU becoming more blatant these days, do you think? I can’t help but wonder if they can do this to Greece, then what has stopped them doing it to other countries? Have they done it to other countries already? Could other countries have been ‘saved’? Where those countries deliberately left to economic devastation? This story has led me to question a lot of things, but predominately it brings to mind an article I wrote in 2014 regarding the UN Strikes.

‘It’s not just this one area, by the way. Have you looked at the UN website? This strike action has affected Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank. Would anybody like to have a look at how many people are affected by this strike? Not receiving medical aid, food, water or even having the trash removed? What would you do, if this happened in your town?’

(Original Report)

Jordan, Lebanon, Syria – not countries that are part of the EU but the question is, who has the better deal here? Greece ARE part of the EU and they are presented with a ludicrous offer, one they couldn’t possibly recover from, whereas the UN Strike literally took the food right out of those countries mouths’.

On April 13, 2015 RT published this story:

Greece to be effective partner with Russia’s Gazprom – Forbes

‘The Turkish Stream pipeline has replaced the South Stream project which was intended to transport Russian gas through the Black Sea to Bulgaria, avoiding Ukraine – and through Serbia, Hungary, and Slovenia, and on to Austria. Russia was forced to withdraw from the South Stream project last year due to the EU’s unwillingness to support the pipeline. Under the new project, Russia’s Gazprom will build the gas pipeline to Turkey and will create a gas hub on the border with Greece for customers in Southern Europe.’

(Original Report)

So you see why I feel it is necessary to acknowledge my possible mistake here? I admit I had written Greece out of the prophecy, largely because I, like many others, thought Greece was out of the picture or not a major component of the impending destruction. Was that wrong, do you think?

In the UK there is a saying and I think it fits this latest development. ‘Chucking your toys out of the pram’ or ‘Spitting the dummy’. It means behaving like a child when you don’t get what you want and I can’t help but wonder if the EU created an absurd deal with Greece in response to this pipeline. It beggars belief that other countries can put aside their differences in order to progress their economies, yet the EU can’t? This seems a very strange strategy for the EU though. IF it was in response to the pipeline, then why haven’t other countries been adversely affected? The UK recently reached out to Russia too, yet how are the EU responding to that particular slap in the face? The EU are not infallible I know, but doesn’t it seem that a once consistent union are starting to behave a little erratically? Did you read yesterdays news?

Merkel open to treaty changes to keep UK in EU

‘German chancellor Merkel says the EU may need treaty changes to keep the UK in. “If that is really necessary then we have to consider it,” she told the BBC. “We have always been able also to pursue a Europe at different speeds, to find opt-out solutions for example.” ‘

What?? Now, I just want to point out that Poland have scuppered this plan, but that is not the point, is it? The fact that the EU are prepared to make changes for the UK is very worrying. Why would they make changes for the UK, yet not for Greece? Greece have been trying for many years to find a way out of their financial crisis and have been refused every step of the way, yet Germany pipe up advocating ‘changes’ (and yes I do hope to find out what those changes were and how that would help the UK) for their new buddy Great Britain. Huh? I wonder if this is a gesture you know? Placate the UK and then insist they stop their recent negotiations with Russia over the Middle East crisis. Perhaps Greece is considered a non-player by the EU, whereas the UK have potential, or could it be the UK’s desirable alliance with The States? hm:

Politicians, media strike out at German refusal of Greek loan proposal

“The letter does not meet the criteria agreed upon in the euro zone on Monday,” a spokesman for German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said.

The German criticism came moments after EU Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker had praised the offer from Athens, describing it as “opening the way for a reasonable compromise.”

(Original Report)

I still believe that the EU is the one that the four nations will bring power to, and I still believe that whilst America is one of the heads of the beast, she will be the catalyst rather than the cause, however if Greece really is one of those heads, wouldn’t the EU want to keep her on their side too? What am I missing here?

Let me recap what I have reported before:

There are four heads of the beast. In modern theology those heads would be the UK, USA, Russia and China, right?

The UK recently asked Russia for help regarding the Middle East crisis.

China have partnered with Russia over the economy.

The USA are engaged in a power play with Russia. I have no idea what it is really about, but behind the scenes, it is probably over the usual: Power, money, greed.

And now, if Greece IS one of the heads, then they are also reaching out to Russia for money.

The ten horns are looking increasingly like: Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, France, Spain, Italy, Germany and to be honest, I forget the last one, but I am sure it will come back to me shortly.

Turkey is partnering with Russia over the gas pipeline.

Iran is partnering with Russia over a nuclear program

Iraq partnered with Russia over military hardware

Syria is supported by Russia

Egypt are partnered with Russia over nuclear energy

France owe Russia €800 million

Spain is openly pro-Russian

Italy has a strategic partnership with Russia

Germany is Russia’s ‘most important partner in the West’

Even though I cannot recall the last of the ten horns (although maybe I was right the first time and Greece is not a head, but a horn? that would be the 10th horn of the beast and why not?), the first 9 all have something in common, don’t they?

Okay I think the last horn may be Bulgaria. They are trying to rebuild their alliance with Russia after a recent split over EU sanctions. Just a thought though, don’t hold me to that.

Let’s not forget that the heads of the Beast already have ties with Russia now. Three of the four have reached out to Russia to come to various agreements and the fourth head (believed to be America) is on the outside. Or is it?

So here are my questions:

Has the End Times prophecy been manipulated by some-one so that people will return to western religion or using the prophecy to excuse global depopulation?

Is America not officially part of the EU because they are the real puppet masters?

Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the European Union and the United States

‘Cutting bureaucracy and costs – without cutting corners – would make it easier and fairer for EU and US businesses to export, import and invest resulting in safer, cheaper goods and services for consumers.

The TTIP’s main objective is to achieve this through a comprehensive partnership that agrees on 24 chapters covering market access, regulatory cooperation and rules.’

(Original Report)

It seems to me that it doesn’t really matter which countries make up the four heads and the ten horns of the beast. It would appear that any country that is joining with Russia, is forming the Beast and that is why I ask if the prophecy is being manipulated? Also, it stands to reason that America wouldn’t be able to push the TPP if she was part of the EU, due to the fact that she is pushing to export products that the EU have previously banned or refused.

Bizarrely, we are told that Russia is in financial ruin, so how could they bail out other countries? Does anybody else think that is a little odd?

Here is an idea and I warn you in advance. It is a bit ‘out there’, but then why not? Haven’t we seen and heard of stranger things? Haven’t I always written exactly what I think? Why would that change now, for no reason?

Is it possible that America are secretly financing Russia? Russia is also not part of the EU so both the US and Russia are not constricted by the rules of the EU (which by all accounts are quite flexible these days anyway). Perhaps it is not even America footing the bill, but The Elite? The richest 1%. Lets face it, they have more than enough money to buy all of those countries, but where is the fun in that? Also, if The Elite did buy up those countries, it would defeat the purpose of global poverty wouldn’t it? How could you bring in a One World Currency if you have just flooded those economies with bundles of ‘regular’ cash?

Let’s say I am right. In an earlier article, I suggested that The New World Order would be the ‘new beast’. They have the cash, they have the opportunity, why wouldn’t they do this? This is the perfect way to reduce the global population and they have the means to execute this plan by using America and Russia.

As you and I both know, The Elite or the New World Order have been a step ahead of the rest of us for far too long. That is no surprise when you consider that they have been controlling us for longer than we know.

Regardless of the specific details, the news about Greece certainly suggests that the End Times prophecy seems to be playing out, exactly as predicted. As I said the modern theology is that the nations have changed, largely because ancient Persia was broken up, as was the Roman Empire. Yes the individual countries still exist and yes those countries are playing their part. Does that count? I can’t help but wonder if God predicted this ending, then he (or she) would have known that these two would be broken up by now, so is the prophecy literal as some believe or open to interpretation? Are we trying to fit a square peg into a round hole? By that I mean are we trying to make current affairs fit the prophecy? Yes, it does seem to be playing out exactly as planned, but perhaps we are not yet close enough to see the bigger picture?

Can we pre-empt the prophecy and can we stop it from happening? are we even supposed to stop it? Why would we be told about it if we weren’t supposed to do something? The reason I ask these questions is because I was discussing this with Terry (not just one of this sites administrators, but also a good friend)  and he pointed out that these power plays have been happening throughout time, and he is right. Even in my last article I posted a history of the relationship between Britain and Russia and asked if history was repeating itself. Terry suggested that we have stopped this time and time again, yet I have to ask, did we really, or were the players not in a position to execute their plans effectively at those points in time? Are we far enough advanced now that we have learned from our past mistakes?

 

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