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Europe Needs Russia, Not NATO to Ensure Regional Security

Moscow Russia to be a "guard" unto Europe© Sputnik/ Yury Artamonov 15th September 2015

The North Atlantic Alliance is incapable of tackling security challenges which Europe faces, Svenska Dagbladet reported citing Swedish politician Pierre Schori. What Europe needs, according to Schori, is a new security organization and Russia has to be an integral part of it.

Numerous Swedish politicians and public officials want their country to join NATO. They try to push through the decision, which is not supported by the majority of nation, by creating an image of a powerful adversary threatening Sweden. As is often the case lately, they’ve chosen to present Russia as a potential threat to their country.

Despite these efforts, many Swedish public figures, diplomats and experts see Moscow as a partner, not an enemy.

WOW, just a short article but the Headline says it all as Bible students expect to see Russia and the EU working together at the time of the end with Russia becoming a “guard” unto the European Nations Ezekiel 38:7. So the Headline to this article is no surprise to Bible Students and only highlights how close we are to the time of the end prior to Christ’s Return.  The Bible also says that the “King of the South” (Britain, America and the Commonwealth Countries) will “push” at the “King of the North” (Russia) and it is partly this antagonism that will force Russia and the EU to invade the Middle East.  Of course this will become more pronounced when Britain withdraws from the EU and Joins America and her Commonwealth Countries in standing up to Russian aggression.

Yet again we see the latter day alignment of Nations as Prophesied by the Bible falling into place before our very eyes. 

See this article to learn more about this and the latter day prophecies of the Bible.

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