I have been saying that Turkey will be the next global power and that the European nations will support Turkey as it moves toward building a world empire. However, this empire will last for only seven years. The first three and a half years will be nothing but prosperity, and many of the world’s nations will move toward adapting the policies of this new empire.
Turkey will bring under its wings seven Arabic nations as part of its empire’s goals. They will have one thing in common, the destruction of Israel. Then to join Turkey, are the ten kings that will reign with the beast for only one year.
Revelation 17:12-14, “And the ten horns which thou saw are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast. These have one mind and shall give their power and strength unto the beast. These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.”
Let us take a look at what we are seeing here. Ten kings during the time and rise of the beast will not have power until the beast is present? That is because they are democratic societies depending on the vote of its people to gain power and an office.
These ten kings will receive elective power from the nations over which they rule, and once in power their office will last for only one hour, or one year. But why is that? It’s because of what will happen next. The king of kings and Lord of Lords will appear and take the kingdom and posses it. Jesus will disrupt the kingdom of the beast, overthrow the ten kings and the antichrist and they shall all perish.
But why will the European nations have allied with the Antichrist? Well, let’s take a look at what is happening around us. Germany, France, and the UK are standing against America’s demands to snap back the nuclear sanctions on Iran. And why are they doing this? They are doing this to build up their economy, they are aiming at the arms market in Iran. Iran is hungry for arms as it works hard at building up its defense systems and its military to take on Israel.
Blinded, the European nations will enable Iran, and soon to come will watch it burn as Israel unleash its army against Iran. At that time Turkey will rise to power gaining even more control over the region and its resources to become the superpower of the Middle East.
Naval diplomacy heats up in the Mediterranean
Turkish actions in the Mediterranean have caused European countries and the US to increasingly take notice. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew to the Dominican Republic this week to speak to his Turkish counterpart, who happened to be there, to see if he could appease Turkey’s ambitions at sea.
Ankara said it would “not bow down to colonialists” in the Eastern Mediterranean, an apparent jibe at European countries and the US.
At the same time, the American warship USS Hershel Woody Williams, a 230-meter floating base for operations, arrived in Crete as part of a mission to look in on the tensions between the Greeks and Turks. Turkey claims it is merely conducting “research” at sea and doing surveys as part of an agreement with the embattled Libyan government in Tripoli.
Ankara signed a deal with Tripoli last November that resulted in Turkey recruiting Syrian mercenaries to prop up the failing Libyan government in Tripoli. Turkish drones and ships deployed to Libya to take part in the civil war, and soon Egypt, which backs the rival Libyan government in Benghazi, was threatening Turkey and Tripoli.
Turkey’s actions have led to a domino effect. Greece, Israel and Cyprus signed a pipeline deal in January that had been in the works for years. Greece and Egypt recently signed a deal regarding their claims to the sea.
Turkey has now sent out its whale-like research ship Oruc Reis and a fleet of warships to waters between Cyprus and Greece to show it can sail where it wants. A Greek ship is shadowing the Turkish fleet, satellite images from Image Sat International show.
Turkey does not actually need to drill for energy reserves hundreds of miles from its shore. It has not even bothered to look for energy closer to home where there are fewer disputes. The overall goal is to redraw borders and strategic power in the Eastern Mediterranean, Ankara said Tuesday.
THE EU is concerned. Turkey has threatened to send refugees to Europe. It made the same threats in February, sending Syrians to the Greek border. Turkey’s goal is to stoke crises with Europe as well as in Libya, Iraq and Syria. In Libya, Turkey has come up against Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. Source material…