“Berlin will not be able to overwhelm Tehran in the near future unless he works on a special strategy at present. … Germany is planning biggest war to come! Germany has expected to face Iran.
This warning comes from Look at Jerusalem editor-in-chief Gerald Flurry’s booklet The king of the south. It may seem unlikely that Germany will prepare to face the Islamic Republic of Iran. Iran wants to become the predominant power in the Middle East and has the ambition to export its Islamic revolution to the whole world. But most of his energy is focused on the fight against the United States. And while Germany may have economic interests in the Middle East, she is not seen to have too much of an interest in countering Iran.
A November 19 memo posted on the German Council on Foreign Relations website suggests otherwise.
“With all the crises affecting Germany and Europe right now, Iran is not seen as a major problem,” wrote Dr Cornelius Adebahr. “This, however, is a mistake. … As it stands, Berlin is not sufficiently focused on the scope of the “Iran dossier”, the broader set of issues emanating from the Islamic Republic. This will have to change with the next federal government.
The King of the South, contains warnings that we have been issuing for decades. Some of the contents of this new memo sound as if they could have been taken from it. Here are some comparisons.
The King of the South: Bible prophecy “lists several moderate Islamic nations which will ally themselves with Assur (Assyria) or modern Germany.” The memo: Germany must engage “with the citizens of all the countries concerned…. For decades, it has been a feature of European policy to galvanize neighboring countries to invest in collective security. “
The King of the South: “Why isn’t America leading, or at least not involved in, this prophesied war? A new superpower is on the rise in the European Union. The Bible describes this conglomerate as King North. you need one King overthrow another King. The days when Britain and America were superpowers, or kings, is history.The memo: The “catastrophic decline of Afghanistan and the departure of its combat troops from Iraq by the end of 2021 also testify to the priority that the United States now gives to the Asia-Pacific.” This suits Iran perfectly, as it aims to become the dominant regional power around the Persian Gulf. … As the era of a US-dominated Persian Gulf draws to a close, the new order will be decided by both the riparian countries and the outside powers vying for influence.
The King of the South: “Radical Islam could stop the flow of essential oil to the United States and Europe! Iran could also potentially take control of Jerusalem, its third holiest site. [This would] suddenly galvanize the entire Islamic world! It would extend radical Muslim influence to many countries outside of the Middle East. … Germany and the Vatican, the heart of the Holy Roman Empire, will not allow the king of the south to take control of Jerusalem and the world’s first trade route. … One of the most disturbing aspects of Iran’s rise to power is its flirtation with nuclear weapons. The memo: “The security situation around the Persian Gulf is an upcoming crisis that should send European decision-makers shuddering. Possible scenarios include a nuclear confrontation, serious disruption to world trade, and a lingering environmental crisis that fosters social unrest and could lead to the overthrow of regimes and the disintegration of states.
The parallels are striking. but why is it important?
The German Council on Foreign Relations was founded in 1955 at the University of Bonn. Its inauguration took place in the presence of the First Chancellor of West Germany, Konrad Adenauer. Since then, the council has grown into one of the most influential think tanks in the German government, providing 27% of its funding. Its website thanks a number of German and European government agencies for donations of € 100,000 or more, including the German Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Defense and the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, as well as the European Commission. Council members include influential figures from the German political, military and business establishment. Its current chairman, Tom Enders, was the former CEO of Airbus.
This memo from an extremely influential counsel to the German political establishment shows that the German foreign establishment has the nuclear program, threats to trade routes, terrorist proxies and other dangers posed by Iran in mind . The departure of the United States from the Middle East worsens the situation.
“Berlin will not be able to overwhelm Tehran in the near future unless it works on a special strategy at present … ”, Wrote Mr. Flurry in The King of the South. “Germany is considering the biggest war to come! Germany has expected to face Iran. Germany has less influence in the Middle East than countries like the United States, and it has engaged with Iran in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal and by other means. But Germany is actively concerned about Iran’s dominance in the region. He is indeed working on a special strategy at the moment. As the note sums it up: “Iran is the key to a geopolitical Europe.
Germany and other world powers are now negotiating with Iran again to curb its rogue nuclear program. It seems unlikely that the parties will reach a satisfactory new agreement. If the talks fail, the memo calls for a “plan B”: “given Iran’s considerable nuclear advances under the current circumstances, such an alternative plan should include non-diplomatic means to contain the Iranian program. What policymakers in Berlin see as “non-diplomatic means” is fairly straightforward, especially when it comes to a country that could use nuclear weapons.
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