Of the 10 nations asked, 67 percent across all countries believe their own country could not rely on the US. Even in the UK, 74 percent of those asked issued their support for a EU-level defence force. Last week Mr Macron once against issued his support for a new defence strategy which may replace NATO. During the virtual G7 Summit with other leaders, Mr Macron once again issued his call for Europe to rely on its strategic security rather than the US.
by Geoffrey Grider February 23, 2021
Emmanuel Macron said “I am a defender of European sovereignty, of strategic autonomy, not because I’m against NATO or because I doubt our American friends, but because I am lucid on the state of the world.
For everyone who still continues to doubt our assessment of Emmanuel Macron being the biblical man of sin from 2 Thessalonians 2, we present to you this latest update regarding Macron’s plan for a United States of Europe with their own free-standing army. Now let me see, where have I read about that before? Oh wait, now I remember.
“And the beast that was, and is not, even he is the eighth, and is of the seven, and goeth into perdition. And the ten horns which thou sawest 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.” Revelation 17:11-13 (KJB)
If you think this article is something, wait to you see the one we’re working on where Macron talked back in 2017 about the ‘Geist’ or the spirit entering into him to propel him to take command of all of Europe. Funny thing, because that’s exactly what your King James bible says will happen when the spirit of Judas Iscariot is released from ‘his own place’ and enters into Emmanuel Macron upgrading him from the ‘man of sin’ which is what he is right now, to the ‘son of perdition’ what he will be after we who are saved leave on Flight #777. That’s how close we are. Are you ready for what comes next?
“That he may take part of this ministry and apostleship, from which Judas by transgression fell, that he might go to his own place.” Acts 1:25 (KJB)
Emmanuel Macron’s EU army plans handed major boost – poll finds support growing
FROM DAILY EXPRESS UK: An EU army has long been contemplated in the bloc with French President Emmanuel Macron, being a key supporter of any plan. In a boost to the EU’s plans, two-thirds of those surveyed in a poll from the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) think-tank, were supportive of a European-level defence force. In the poll which surveyed 15,000 people, the most supportive of a defence force within the EU were found to be Portugal (72 percent), Sweden (71 percent), Spain (71 percent), France (70 percent) and Poland (69 percent).
This comes in response to many within the poll claiming they could not rely on Washington as a strategic ally. When asked on their opinion on the EU’s security partnership with the US, just 10 percent viewed the US as a viable partner.
IN CONTRAST, OF THE 10 NATIONS ASKED, 67 PERCENT ACROSS ALL COUNTRIES BELIEVE THEIR OWN COUNTRY COULD NOT RELY ON THE US. EVEN IN THE UK, 74 PERCENT OF THOSE ASKED ISSUED THEIR SUPPORT FOR A EU-LEVEL DEFENCE FORCE.
Last week Mr Macron once against issued his support for a new defence strategy which may replace NATO. During the virtual G7 Summit with other leaders, Mr Macron once again issued his call for Europe to rely on its strategic security rather than the US.
He told the Financial Times: “I am a defender of European sovereignty, of strategic autonomy, not because I’m against NATO or because I doubt our American friends, but because I am lucid on the state of the world.
“BECAUSE I THINK WE NEED A FAIR SHARING OF THE BURDEN AND EUROPE CANNOT DELEGATE ITS PROTECTION AND THE PROTECTION OF ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD TO THE USA AND SO WE HAVE TO DO IT TOGETHER. NOBODY CAN TELL ME THAT TODAY’S NATO IS A STRUCTURE THAT, IN ITS FOUNDATIONS, IS STILL PERTINENT. IT WAS FOUNDED TO FACE DOWN THE WARSAW PACT. THERE IS NO MORE A WARSAW PACT.”
France’s EU Affairs minister Clement Beaune also echoed calls for an EU defence force amid the threats from China and Russia