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Author Topic:   Endtime Prophecy and the European Union
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Message 60 of 313 (441993)
12-19-2007 3:03 PM
Reply to: Message 56 by jar
06-27-2007 10:41 AM


Re: Logical conclusions
I wonder how toothless the UN will be when they elect a president.

My bad. I got my information mixed up. that was supposed to be the EU that is getting a full time (i.e. not every six months) president.

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Message 63 of 313 (445374)
01-01-2008 10:59 PM
Reply to: Message 56 by jar
06-27-2007 10:41 AM


Bye bye US of A , Hello NAU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuBo4E77ZXo&NR=1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T74VA3xU0EA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxzs46Nxohk&feature=related

I got these three links to youtube when I did an internet serch on the North American Union. Some other keyword searches for related topics are the Amero our (USA, Canada, Mexico) soon to be new curancy and the Security and Prosperity Partnership. Yes Jar, I'm giving you this, amoung other reasons, because I know you won't watch them but you will no doubt raise a big enough fuss about them that someone will watch them.

I have just a few questions. What in the world did our forefathers fight and die for? And what has changed in america since it's founding that we (america) would allow this?

Oh, see also the African union

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Message 65 of 313 (445379)
01-01-2008 11:20 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Angeldust
01-02-2005 7:42 PM


does anything in the links provided in Message 63 have anything to do with the EU and or Bible prophacy?

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Message 67 of 313 (445388)
01-02-2008 12:44 AM
Reply to: Message 66 by jar
01-01-2008 11:30 PM


Re: Bye bye US of A , Hello NAU
you mean like the EU ratifing a constitution that was not agreed on by all of its member states? Yeah that happened not to long ago.
Mentioned in this campain broadcast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBw7cjxZ7-A&NR=1 along with the dissolution of the US, which was also mentioned in the CNN braodcast in Message 63 the link in the middle.

You made the coment that america is in it's last half century...the dead line for this is 2010. Whether or not the dead line is met remains to be seen, but it will probably be preaty close to that date. As mentioned in this CNN broadcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H65f3q_Lm9U&feature=related

Also mentioned in the links in message 63 are the African Union, and the preludes of an Asian Union, as well as the ultimate goal of a united world government and curancy. But I'm sure that you will just scoff at these points. (scoff, please, I'm ready to go home)


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Message 69 of 313 (445608)
01-03-2008 2:20 AM
Reply to: Message 68 by jar
01-02-2008 12:56 AM


Re: Bye bye US of A , Hello NAU
jar writes:

Guess what. Constitutions and Amendments to Constitutions do NOT have to be ratified by all members, it depends on their own process requirements.

Here is the problem, if you had watched the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBw7cjxZ7-A&NR=1 you would have already gotten this, that the EU is changing and passing laws in it's member nations (after the constitution was ratified) that they didn't agree with, that they did not vote on, that they didn't vote for, and that they have no say over.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/06/01/dutch.poll/index.html

Supporters in the Netherlands made their final appeal to voters Tuesday, saying the constitution would streamline decision-making in the union, and create a single foreign minister to give Europe more sway in international affairs.

http://www.economist.com/research/articlesBySubject/displaystory.cfm?subjectid=3833071&story_id=10024462 10/25/2007

Was it worth the pain? If Lisbon has a chance of mattering in 20 years' time, it will have nothing to do with the rows over voting weights or blocking minorities that have dominated recent headlines. Instead, Lisbon may be seen as the moment that Europe finally resolved to live up to its economic heft and become a power on the world stage....Either character could become the figure regarded by the world as “Mr Europe”—if they can see off a challenge from an existing big beast of the Brussels jungle, the president of the European Commission....In that case, Lisbon would have spawned not one infant “Mr Europe”, but triplets: an achievement to blot out memories of the treaty's wretched arrival in the world.

http://www.economist.com/research/articlesBySubject/displaystory.cfm?subjectid=3833071&story_id=10024446

the worst part of the constitution—a sweeping list of misguided good intentions and alleged social rights, the Charter of Fundamental Rights, which is an open invitation for EU judges to meddle. Even if other treaties have transferred more sovereign power to the centre (the acid test when it comes to referendums), this one still does a bit of that. Scrapping national vetoes in at least 50 areas of decision-making may make sense, and matter less than Eurosceptics claim, but it plainly hands more power to Brussels; that is what politicians need to justify, not spin away.

Does that have any bearing on this topic?

Immigration has been a problem Since 1607!

Your quote Jar. If the NAU goes through, just like in the EU there will be no border between the US and Mexico or Canada. We will become a western EU. i.e. the North American Union, with an all new communist government. (also in the above video)


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