United States of Europe
ANOTHER VON HABSBURG SPEAKS OUT!
By Gene HogbergContinue reading…
(SOURCE) The agonizing possibility of another Middle East war frightens world leaders. Are Mideast events leading swiftly to the long-prophesied “Armageddon”? What will happen to Egypt, Syria, Israel and other countries in the area? And how will the Mideast affect Europe? Can we know what is about to happen in the very near future? Continue reading…
The United Kingdom filed for divorce from the European Union on Wednesday, overturning four decades of integration with its neighbors, demolishing the notion that EU expansion is inevitable and shaking the foundations of a bloc that is facing challenges to its identity and its place in the world. Source: It’s over: Britain files for divorce from the European Union :: WRAL.com DO YOU KNOW WHY THIS MUST HAPPEN? People are aghast as to the reasons WHY Britain has decided to do this. THERE IS A PROPHESIED REASON! Continue reading…
IS the voice crying out in the wilderness of social, governmental, educational, scientific, political and religious CONFUSION! And he brings THE TRUTH!]]>
THE HISTORY OF EUROPE & THE CHURCH Part Ten – THE FINAL UNION
By Keith W StumpSOURCE
IT IS the spring of 1945. The fighting in Europe is over.
Never has war been more destructive. The human and material losses are incalculable.
The staggering enormity of the tragedy gradually becomes clear. The appalling cost in human lives totals more than 40 million civilian and military deaths.
Europe lies in ruins. Germany in particular has been hard hit. Many wonder whether war-torn Germany will ever rise again.
By John Halford
The land that lies between Katowice and Krakow is hardly the most beautiful in Europe. It is frozen and bleak in winter, a swamp in summer. It is now part of southern Poland, although it has changed hands several times in the ebb and flow of history.
At the end of the last century it was known as Galicia, a region of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire. But it had by then more or less reverted to Polish control. The decision to build a new barracks for a cavalry regiment in this unprepossessing area went unnoticed by the rest of the world, for it was, indeed, a singularly unremarkable event. Continue reading…
Isabelle Kumar, Euronews: _“Germany has now tried to move the narrative forward for Europe and Chancellor Angela Merkel has evoked the idea of a multi-speed or a two-speed Europe, something you have welcomed, but how specifically do you see a multi-speed Europe working? Will you not have an elite in the driving seat?”_ Romano Prodi: “Specifically? I give you a concrete example. The Americans say Nato one day is a very nice thing another day is a problem. In any case Europe must work for its own defence. So, a first reinforced cooperation could be 10 European countries start slowly putting together a defence.” READ the FULL Interview Here: http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/02/romano-prodi-europe-must-work-for-its-own-defence ]]>