Europe Slowly Splitting Over German Euro Proposals: Only Religion Can Bring The New Federal Europe to Life

Cancelor Merkel is pushing hard for a new treaty that will produce a united federal Europe and stability for the Euro.  Germany and France are being resisted by virtually all of the EU who regard this as a push from Germany and France to control all of the EU.

Behind the scenes, Vatican sec of State Cardinal Bertone [who may be the next Pope] is also pushing hard for a united federal Europe on the lines of the Holy Roman Empire church/state system.

It will take the influence of a soon coming charismatic miracle working false prophet in the Vatican to bring the suspicious nations of Europe together in a political and economic union with a single leader endorsed by a Pope.

This prophecy in Rev 13:11-15 would naturally mean a major realignment of EU nations: with those strongly Catholic and susceptible to such religious influence coming together, while others who are not likely to give up their sovereignty to such a church/state system withdrawing.  

Scripture tells us that only ten rulers or nations, will respond to this Papal call in the end.  These ten nations shall support this system until the coming of Christ who will defeat them; and their eyes shall then be opened and they will destroy the Roman Catholic Church in its very home turf.

Rev 17{12   And the ten horns which thou sawest are ten kings, which have received no kingdom as yet; but receive power as kings one hour with the beast.

13 These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.

14 These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.

15 And he saith unto me, The waters which thou sawest, where the whore sitteth, are peoples, and multitudes, and nations, and tongues.

16 And the ten horns which thou sawest upon the beast, these shall hate the whore, and shall make her desolate and naked, and shall eat her flesh, and burn her with fire.

Logically the heart of the new Europe will be Germany and France along with the former heart of the Holy Roman Empire of the Hapsburg’s, Hungary, Austria, Slovenia and Slovakia; to be joined by the Catholic nations of Italy, Poland, Spain and Portugal.  Of course this is only speculation and there may be some differences in the final line up.


Germany is pushing for a new treaty governing the construction of the European Union, and it is calling for a convention to draft the pact to be convened before the end of the year. The treaty would pave the way for deeper European integration and would create a new legal foundation for the bloc. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s European Union policy adviser, Nikolaus Meyer-Landrut, has expressed this desire in discussions with high-level EU officials in Brussels, SPIEGEL has learned.

A date for the beginning of the convention is expected to be fixed at an EU summit in December. Merkel has been pushing for some time now to complement the recently approved fiscal pact, which harmonizes budget policies within 25 of the EU’s 27 countries, with a political union. Germany would like to see, for example, a legal basis that would give the European Court of Justice the jurisdiction to monitor the budgets of member states and to punish deficit offenders.

So far, though, the German proposal has found few supporters in the other EU member states. During a meeting of the so-called Future Group, an informal gathering of 10 foreign ministers from EU countries, the majority opposed a call by German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle for a new treaty convention. Other countries, including Ireland, do not want to take the risk of a national referendum, which a new EU treaty would entail in some member states. Poland, a close partner of Berlin, also believes there is currently little chance of finding a compromise among the 27 member states.

When Merkel previously brought up the subject during a December 2011 EU summit meeting, many people reacted with indignation. Initially, the other EU countries were unwilling to go along with the calls from Merkel and then-French President Nicolas Sarkozy for automatic sanctions for repeat offenders of budget rules. In the end, the Germans and French found a common position, saying they would push forward with a new EU treaty — either with the entire bloc or with the 17  members of the euro zone if other countries were unwilling to go along with it.

It will take a major crisis with Papal intervention for the new Europe to rise up.  In the meantime German elections must be held no later than the end of Oct 2013 and much can happen politically in Germany before then.  A change in German leadership could help open the way to the new federal Europe sought by the Vatican.

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