I wish Herb Peters were still here to discuss this one with me. I'm sure he might see possible prophetic significance in it. There is an organization in Europe that is the equivalent of the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations). It is called what else but "European Council on Foreign Relations." Names very familiar to the research I have done on the European Union for the past 22 years since 1995 and very familiar to Herb Peters on the research he did between 1999 and 2007 when he died are on its leadership lists. Here are both the link and a picture of a recent post of ECFR:
|Will Trump unite Europe against USA and onward and upward to "global governance"?|
Looking at what is occurring also brings to mind Bible passages that Herb Peters and I once discussed. There is a prophecy about the 10 toes of Daniel -- some strong, some weak. They would "not cleave together." But eventually, something was going to happen that the 10 kings would be brought together to fulfill a prophetic purpose -- "to hand their power over to the Beast and thus fulfill the words of this prophecy." Whoever it would be would be someone, per that prophecy, "to whom they would not give the honor of the Kingdom." He would come in peaceably, with the aid of a few, and obtain the Kingdom by flatteries. He would pull up three of the kingdoms that gave him power by their roots.
Strange words indeed? They don't look quite as strange in the light of recent events. The current oft repeated strategy of the global governance crowd is "integration" and surrender of sovereignty. That includes somebody Herb Peters and I long and carefully watched -- the author of the Western European bill introduced in the Year 2000 by Javier Solana -- "Recommendation 666," Indeed Javier Solana's original European Union job was created as Section 666 of the European Union coded documents. That job with the startling number was created for the Europa Code in December 1998 by the Vienna Council in session at that time.
Javier Solana "retired" from his 11 year held European Union post in 2010 after repeated attempts to gain European ratification of the new European Union constitution were repeatedly defeated. Only after Javier Solana announced he would be "retiring" did the necessary ratification occur in Ireland. Javier Solana "stepped down" and a lesser qualified candidate took the job with the very high salary that had obviously been created for Solana. She was Catherine Ashton, a woman lacking prior diplomatic and elected political experience. She held the job for the five year term. When her term was up, a probably more qualified person was appointed -- another woman -- Federica Mogherini, who had served as Foreign Minister of Italy. I will confess to personally liking what little I know about Ms. Mogherini, if for no other reason, her obvious hard work and her dedication to freeing Miriam Ibrahim of Somalia, a Christian sentenced to death by the Somalian regime for apostasy from Islam by marrying a Christian. Ms. Mogherini and her then boss, Prime Minister Rinzo of Italy worked tirelessly and successfully for her release from the shackles and death sentence. Federica Mogherini was pictured in the media carrying Miriam Ibrahim's small son off the plane the Italian government had dispatched to transport her to freedom.
Far from "retiring," Javier Solana has continued to work and campaign hard for global governance and for European ascendancy. He serves on the board of ECFR, heads the Esade Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics, and advises on European affairs in many matters. In my observation of Solana in the past, he so very often, using the vernacular, "sucked up" to USA politicians, particularly Presidential ones. However, he has not done so with President Trump whom he continues to describe as a "despicable person."
Looking at current events, I have seen some other things I would have loved to discuss with Herb Peters. Javier Solana's former "hatchet woman," Cristine Gallach is now the Under Secretary of the United Nations for Communications and Public Information.
There are times that I think I may have paid too much attention to Dr. Solana, but once again, I'm not so sure.