For the crack, I decided to follow a google ad link on the London Times news page, tantalisingly asking the question Will the US and UK heed History’s Warning Signs?, expecting a sensible analysis of predictions set forth in the Michael Jackson compilation of the same name. It took me to a subscription, but I burrowed my way through to the real meat, an article on America’s “House of Cards”. Imagine my disappointment as I trawled through a rather dull, if portentous, review of mainstream commentary on America’s current predicament -Fareed Zakaria, Thomas Friedman, the Economist, New York Times, blah blah. Then, some 2,000-odd words in, I come across the following:

Believe it or not, the future of China, the European Union and the United States are primary components of Bible prophecy, providing a picture of what lies ahead for the world.

The European Union is foretold to transform into a military/economic juggernaut—a “United States of Europe” that will be a great socio-political world force, combining tremendous economic power (Rev. 18:18-19) with a powerful and convincing religion (Rev. 13:11-15).

China will also play a leading part on the world stage, aligning itself with Russia (Rev. 9:16) to challenge the European power initially.

Yes, the Bible reveals that Europe and China (allied with Russia) will influence and dominate foreign affairs. However, the United States and her sister nations—Britain, Australia, France, Canada and others—will suffer dramatic reversal.

Wot no Michael Jackson? Sheeit. But still. Apparently Ireland’s second vote on the Lisbon Treaty will have some sort of bearing on events.


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