Jim Goodrick (7 May 2011)
"Who are the 12 stars of the EU flag ?"
John and Doves,
The EU flag has 12 stars in a
circle. Each star represents a member nation of the European Union.
are the 12 member nations represented by the 12 stars on the EU flag
Bill Lane notices a dragon in the
Let's see what the Bible says about
Revelation 17:12 tells us that there will be 10 horns which will
receive power one hour with the beast. We believe the WEU ( Western
European Union ) to be 10 of those stars.
Currently the Western European
Union has 15 member nations.
They are :
Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Finland, France , Germany, Greece, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg,
Netherlands (Holland), Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the UK (England).
Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg merge into one enterprise known as
"Benelux", that would bring the WEU to 13 member-nations. These nations are
already being called "Benelux". ( 15 - 3 + 1 = 13 )
Then when 3 other
member nations are "plucked up by the roots" (DAN. 7:8), that will leave 10
members of the WEU.
We already stated in our previous memo that it is
in the media that the UK, France and Germany are perceived as
acting independently of the EU. So they are susceptible to being outside
the EU, economically.
If the EU chooses another nation _outside_ of the
EU, ( as stated in our previous memo ) that will bring the number of
nations to 11.
"And the 10 horns out of this kingdom are 10
kings that shall arise:
and ANOTHER (11th) shall arise after them;
he shall be diverse from the
first, and he shall subdue 3 kings" Dan.
"DIVERSE" means "different" from the 10, then perhaps the
11th is not from the EU.
He could be from a nation that has strong
military might and technology.
A nation that the EU would like to
co-ordinate plans with, for better protection and security. ( peace and safety
Hague ( a European UK foreign minister ) placed the US at the top of
strategic relations, ahead of the EU.
"Placing the US first in a list of UK strategic priorities,
the EU second, Brazil third and Turkey fourth, he emphasised
British bilateral relations over its co-operation with the 27-member European
So we are now at 11 of the 12 stars
of the EU flag. Who would be the 12th star ?
If Israel is made strategic by her
Mediterranean Partnership with the EU, then she would become the 12th star
of the EU flag. Most of the nations in the Med-Partnership have lost their
leaders, and have undergone regime changes. Israel has remained stable and is
the only democracy in the area.
Israel- EU Association
http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchive/2000_2009/2000/6/The%20Israel-EU%20Association%20Agreement%20-%20June%202000Israel included in Euro-Mediterranean Partnership
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel_%E2%80%93_European_Union_relationsas we see it, those are the 12 stars of the EU flag.
"Politics makes strange bedfellows" ( a quote by Charles Dudley
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