We’ve Come A Long Way — What Herb Thinks
FulfilledProphecy.Com appeared in February 2002. From the start it featured the information I thought most important. On the right side it said:
Israel began saying “Peace and safety” by voting for Yitzhak Rabin and by beginning to trade land for peace. This important, overlooked sign signaled the soon coming of the Antichrist and his false seven-year agreement (1 Thess. 5:3, Daniel 9:27).
A 10-nation military alliance appeared in Europe. According to Bible prophecy, if the Antichrist was on his way, this 10-nation alliance had to come first. And, it did (Daniel 7:7).
(Link provided listing the 10 nations: Belgium , France, Luxembourg, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Greece.)
The first Mr. Europe, Javier Solana, appeared on the scene to oversee the EU’s foreign and security policy. The same year he also became head over the 10-nation alliance (Daniel 7:8).
The 10-nation alliance made themselves the official military wing of the EU and the new Mr. Europe was given emergency powers. And the most shocking part … this was all done with the Western European Union’s Assembly Recommendation 666!
(Link provided to Assembly Recommendation 666).
The rotating six-month presidency is to be replaced and the EU’s foreign policy given entirely to one person — possibly Solana.
Like I said, this information has been posted since February 2002. And during that time, we have witnessed many more amazing events — some events so significant they are changing our world. But when you think about it, if the events I posted in 2002 are in fact the fulfillment of end-time Bible prophecy, other world changing events were to be expected.
For example, now we may know how the Antichrist will seduce world leaders into going along with his global agenda. He will say the world must united behind him in order to fight their common enemy — international terrorism.
As I write, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is desperately trying to hold his government together. If you recall, it’s all over his Gaza withdrawal plan. He promised President George Bush and the Israeli people a complete withdrawal from Gaza. But if he goes through with his plan, factions within his weak coalition are threatening to pull out and bring down his government.
And Sharon isn’t the only leader fighting to hold a wobbling coalition together. In the U.S. the re-election of President Bush is in question — as it is with Tony Blair in Britain and Silvio Berlusconi in Italy. If these elections go wrong for these men, so much for Bush’s Iraqi coalition.
While these major geo-political events play out, the EU heads are preparing to decide Javier Solana’s request. As you know, this month Solana asked that the new office of EU foreign minister called for in the new constitution be given to him in advance of the constitution entering into force. If he gets what he wants, next November Solana will be given near dictatorial control over the EU’s foreign and security policy. This means, besides heading the EU’s military wing, he will have the power to negotiate and sign treaties all by himself.
His first priority? Two urgent interrelated issues for the EU: Waging the international war against terror and settling the Israeli/Palestinian dispute.
In other words, the entire end-time stage could be set up by 2005.
We’ve come a long way since February 2002.
— Herb Peters