Shabbat Shalom Again Brethren,
I had to send this out right away. A huge turning point in History was made this week and I missed it. Then one brother sent this to me which I just had to send out now. What Germany could not do in two world wars she has now done in stealth. If you do not know the the history of the Holy Roman Empire and who was the head of it, Germany, then read this article at http://www.thetrumpet.com/index.php?page=book&q=122.214.171.124 You can order it for free. I also strongly recommend you purchase this book at http://www.originofnations.org/Great_German_Nation/index.html
No Matter what else happens, December 1 2009 or 13th of the Ninth month in the year 5845 A.C. THE ROMAN EMPIRE CAME BACK INTO BEING. It will become the Holy Roman Empire when the King of the EU is crowned by the Pope in the coming years. 2010 is the start of the 4th Sabbatical after the 2520 years. Babylon fell in 539 BC, there is no year “0”. When we add 2520 to 539 BC this brings you to 1982 C.E. 28 years later or 4 seven year periods later, brings us to 2010. The stump of Daniel’s prophecy is growing in front of our very eyes. Yes we are now going into the most terrifying of times ever in the History of the world. Are you watching, are you ready, are you moving closer to Yahweh everyday.
2010 is also the year that Israel’s captivity curse is over 7 X 390 is 2730 years. when we add this to the year the curse of Captivity started in 721 BC this brings you to 2010 C.E.
2010 C.E. is also the beginning of the next Sabbatical Cycle of years which is the curse of Pestilence and famines and Earthquakes.
2010 is the year when Europe will make Herman Van Rompuy, whom we wrote to you about last week, President of the European Union.
Brethren this was a huge event this week, I hope you grasp the Immensity of the events now taking place.
At midnight last night, the United Kingdom ceased to be a sovereign state
By Daniel Hannan Politics Last updated: December 1st, 2009
We woke up in a different country today. Alright, it doesn’t look very different. The trees still seem black against the winter sun; the motorways continue to jam inexplicably; commuters carry on avoiding eye contact. But Britain is no longer a sovereign nation. At midnight last night, we ceased to be an independent state, bound by international treaties to other independent states, and became instead a subordinate unit within a European state.
Yes, a European state. Take a quick dekko at the definition set out in Article One of the 1933 Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States: “The state as a person of international law should possess the following qualifications: (a) a permanent population; (b) a defined territory; (c) government; and (d) capacity to enter into relations with the other states.”
Until yesterday, the EU qualified on grounds (a), (b) and (c). Now it has ticked the final box. Under the Lisbon Treaty, which came into force today, it acquires “legal personality”, which gives it the right to sign accords and treat with other states. Nor is this right simply theoretical: the EU now has a foreign minister, a diplomatic corps (the European External Action Service) and 160 overseas embassies.
Until yesterday, the EU could not annex additional policy areas without a new treaty, which needed to be ratified by all its constituent nations. Now, it has the so-called “passerelle” clause, or self-amending mechanism. Parliament, in other words, no longer has the final say on extensions of EU jurisdiction. The EU derives its authority, not from its 27 members, but from its own foundational texts.
Until yesterday, Britain could simply walk out of the EU by abrogating the Treaty of Rome and repealing the 1972 European Communities Act. Henceforth, it will have to go through the secession procedure laid down in Lisbon. In other words – in the minds of Euro-lawyers, at any rate, if not of British constitutionalists – the EU gets to settle the terms on which its members are allowed to leave. Formal sovereignty has been shifted from the national capitals to Brussels.
It is appalling, demeaning, disgraceful that such a thing should have been done without popular consent, and in the absence of the referendum that all three parties had promised. “There’s no point in crying over spilt milk,” you might say. True. But there is every point in mopping it up.
Joseph F Dumond