November 12, 2013

The Growing EU-U.S. Rivalry


November 12, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
Global power is shifting.

“German predomination over the EU is today taken for granted,” reported German-Foreign-Policy.com on November 5. “[A] shift is perceived in relations to the most important global rival, the United States.”
The article cites the German Institute for International and Security Affairs as saying, “‘A major redistribution of power’ is currently taking place in Europe, with France and Great Britain falling clearly behind Germany” as the bloc’s most recognizable power.
Whether it be in the spheres of government, economics or military, Germany now dominates the Continent. On the world stage, Germany’s leadership of Europe has forged the nation into a globally influential force to be reckoned with.
Meanwhile, the the United States is in the winter of its life as the dominant world power. It is plagued by financial malaise, reckless overspending, a chronic inability to fund its government services unless debt ceilings are repeatedly raised, and decreasing effectiveness in its foreign policy.
The fact that German predomination is taken for granted today signals a vast lack of historical understanding from leading nations. The denial of history—which has recorded two catastrophic world wars in recent memory, both of which were instigated by the most dominant country in Europe—will have shocking consequences.

Download your free copy of Nahum—An End-Time Prophecy for Germany. Its contents draw on Bible prophecy, revealing a short-term increase in power for the nation. The ancient Prophet Nahum’s account describes the subjugation of former powers, the United Kingdom and United States, to a German-dominated Europe.
Biblical prophecy shows that the emerging atmosphere of world powers violently rising and falling rapidly will culminate in an unprecedented time of instability. Yet, out of that tribulation will come the ushering in of an empire whose government is to administer a longevity of peace never before seen by mankind. 
http://www.thetrumpet.com/article/11103.19.0.0/the-growing-eu-us-rivalry

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