Europe’s debt problems

[Image of cover for Beast of Revelation booklet, click to read or download]Read a brief but insightful discussion of the European Union’s debt problems in the Wall Street Journal today (“Europe’s Debt Addiction” 3/9/2011).

It’s easy to see Europe’s future role in the end time Beast power and think that it will be one smooth ride from here to there, but that would be a dangerous assumption.  In fact, the prophetic description of being “iron mixed with clay” and “partly strong and partly fragile” (Dan. 2:41-43) almost assures difficult times.

One of the keys worth noting is the incessant drive for unity.  As a certain British author once said to all of us at a ministerial conference, “The solution to Europe’s problems always seems to be more Europe.”

The sovereign debt crisis the EU faced recently has not gone away.  And given the prophecies concerning how radically the nature of sovereignty in Europe is to change in the future and the role that Germany will ultimately assume, this should not necessarily be a surprise.  A lot more can come out of this than many might think.

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  1. As a certain British author once said to all of us at a ministerial conference, “The solution to Europe’s problems always seems to be more Europe.”

    Well, as a certain American author once said more or less, “We had all better hang together or else we’ll most assuredly hang separately.” 😀

    Albert Einstein (in the footsteps of Carl Jung, seemingly) said that no problem can be solved by the same form of consciousness that created it. It’s not just the degree, but the kind of unity that Europe has that will be required to get it out of its present crisis. People will have to think differently about what a “United Europe” means: not just a bunch of people “getting along” while following each its own agendas, but a logical and efficient organization that will handle problems regardless of pre-existing personal or group values if necessary.

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