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The final world dictator seeking global domination will also be an “Assyrian” who is here characterized by a bow, riding a white horse. It is interesting how many confuse this counterfeit with the rider of the white horse in Revelation 19. In chapter 6, however, this rider is among some very bad company!

“Behold a White Horse” explores the career of the first of these “Four Horsemen” who seems to have at least 33 titles in the Old Testament and 13 in the New Testament and the common term “AntiChrist” really isn’t one of them. We also explore the only physical description of him in the Scripture!

• Why is he a “mistaken identity”?

• How do we know this is NOT the Christ?

• What is the precedent condition(s) for his appearance?

• What is the precedent condition for the unsealing of the Seven Sealed Book? What is the Seven Sealed Book?

• Is his “bow” a pun? How? Why?

• How can he “go forth to conquer” if he is a “peace maker”?

• Is the Church on the earth at this time? How do we know?

• Is He alive today? How do we know?

• How can he be the “Seed of the Serpent”?

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Top Asian News 7:46 a.m. GMT

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎40 minutes agoGo to full article
BEIJING (AP) — China says the launch of a new generation rocket marks a milestone in its increasingly ambitious space program, keeping it on schedule to place its second space station into orbit this year. The national space agency said the lift-off of the Long March 7 rocket on Saturday brought the country closer to establishing a permanent presence in space. The rocket was expected on Sunday to send back an experimental module with data about the rocket's performance. A second space station, christened the Tiangong 2, is due to be slung into space in September. Since launching its first manned mission in 2003, China has sent up an experimental space station, the Tiangong 1, staged a spacewalk and sent a rover to the moon.

Brexit clouds horizon for Britain's airlines

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎58 minutes agoGo to full article
EasyJet shares plummeted on June 24, 2016, on news of the shock Brexit vote, losing 14.35%Britain's vote to leave the EU could open a period of turbulence for the country's airline industry, which has soared under the EU's Single European Sky system over the last two decades. Among the mass of agreements that Britain will have to renegotiate with Brussels are those governing flights between Britain and the rest of the EU. "They are not long, the days of wine and roses," whether for airlines, airports or British air travellers, said Peter Morris, chief economist at Ascend Flightglobal Consultancy.

Factbox: Five questions for Britain and Europe after Brexit vote

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎1 hour agoGo to full article
By Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Following are answers to key questions on what will happen next in Britain's relations with the European Union following its referendum vote to leave: 1. Although it provides a sketchy legal framework for a two-year period of withdrawal (see below), many believe it will take longer to establish a new trading relationship between Britain and the EU. Some fear the process will become bitter, disrupting the economy and European affairs across the board.

Britain's EU commissioner, finance chief Hill, resigns

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎1 hour agoGo to full article
By Alastair Macdonald BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The British member of the EU executive, Financial Services Commissioner Jonathan Hill, resigned on Saturday after having campaigned against Britain leaving the European Union. Following the referendum vote for Brexit on Thursday, few expected a Briton to retain oversight of the EU banking and finance market that will be a key battleground in negotiations between London and Brussels on dissolving British membership. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said he was handing the portfolio to Valdis Dombrovskis, who will take it into his brief as vice president for the euro from July 16.

Merkel sees no need to rush Britain into quick EU divorce

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎1 hour agoGo to full article
Foreign Minsters attend a press conference after a meeting of the EU founding members in BerlinBy Michael Holden and Paul Carrel LONDON/BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel sought on Saturday to temper pressure from Paris, Brussels and her own government to force Britain into negotiating a quick divorce from the EU, despite warnings that hesitation will let populism take hold. Eurosceptics in other member states applauded Britons' decision to leave the European Union in a referendum that sent shockwaves around the world, with far-right demands for a similar vote in Slovakia underlining the risk of a domino effect. With the referendum decision finally made on Thursday and Prime Minister David Cameron having announced his resignation, European politicians and institutions felt free to shower demands on Britain over its future outside the world's largest trading bloc.

Britain's EU workers gripped by fear, confusion, heartache

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎3 hours agoGo to full article
In this photo taken on Friday, June 24, 2016, Gabriel Ionut, a 24-year-old Romanian who works as a traffic marshal, stands by a signal at a construction site in London. Ionut is in the minority of the hundreds of thousands of foreign European workers who welcomed the British decision to leave the European Union as the majority of them are struggling with uncertainty about their future in Britain. (AP Photo, Pawel Kuczynski)LONDON (AP) — A tsunami of uncertainty has engulfed Anna Woydyla, a Polish restaurant worker in London, since Britain voted to leave the European Union.

AP EXPLAINS: Why Spain is voting again after just 6 months

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎3 hours agoGo to full article
Spain's acting Prime Minister and Popular Party candidate Mariano Rajoy gives a speech during the campaign closing rally in Madrid, Friday, June 24, 2016. Spaniards are voting in a general election Sunday, just six months after a last unsuccessful attempt to pick a new government. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza)MADRID (AP) — Spaniards are voting in a general election Sunday, just six months after a last unsuccessful attempt to pick a new government. The unprecedented repeat election comes after political parties that won seats in Parliament last December were unable to decide on which of them should take power. A look at what is happening politically in Spain:

British bracing for world economy to punish UK for 'Brexit'

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎3 hours agoGo to full article
Clouds gather above the Houses of Parliament on the banks of the river Thames following yesterday's EU referendum result, London, Saturday, June 25, 2016. Britain voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)LONDON (AP) — The British were warned for weeks that a vote to leave the European Union would result in economic pain. Now they'll find out whether it will.

Top Asian News 3:38 a.m. GMT

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎5 hours agoGo to full article
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia's prime minister has used his official campaign launch to warn against a change of government during the ongoing economic fallout from Britain's decision to leave the European Union. Polls are projecting a win for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's conservative coalition next Saturday for a second three-year term with a reduced majority. Turnbull said on Sunday at the Sydney launch his government was better placed to strike vital new trade deals with the EU and Britain after the separation forced by a British referendum. He says Australia has struck free trade deals with major trade partners China, Japan and South Korea and renegotiated a pact with Singapore during the government's first term.

Europe demands prompt divorce from divided Britain

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎5 hours agoGo to full article
(From L) Foreign ministers of Luxembourg - Jean Asselborn, Italy - Paolo Gentiloni, Germany - Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Belgium - Didier Reynders, France - Jean-Marc Ayrault and the Netherlands - Bert Koenders, speak in Berlin, on June 25, 2016European powers demanded a prompt divorce on Saturday as Britain's seismic vote to abandon the EU sparked bitter break-up rows at home and abroad. Britons had cast aside warnings of isolation and economic disaster to vote 52 percent-48 percent in favour of quitting the European Union in the June 23 referendum. The historic vote, fought on the battlefronts of the economy and immigration, toppled Prime Minister David Cameron, pounded sterling and led Moody's to downgrade Britain's credit rating outlook to "negative".

Germany's Merkel signals sober separation from EU 'partner' Britain

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎10 hours agoGo to full article
German Chancellor Merkel arrives for a statement in BerlinBy John Irish and Andreas Rinke BERLIN/HERMANNSWERDER, Germany (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Saturday for clear-headed negotiations with "close partner" Britain over its departure from the European Union. Foreign ministers of the EU's six founding members had earlier said Britain should leave the bloc as soon as possible after Britons voted on Thursday to quit the 28-member bloc. "Britain will remain a close partner, with which we are linked economically," she said, adding that there was no hurry for Britain to invoke Article 50 of the EU treaty - the first step it must take to set in motion the exit process.

Far left set to become a political force in Spain's election

‎Today, ‎June ‎26, ‎2016, ‏‎10 hours agoGo to full article
Podemos (We Can) leader Pablo Iglesias, plays ball on the eve of Spain's general election in MadridBy Julien Toyer MADRID (Reuters) - The anti-austerity party Podemos is expected to make big gains in Spain's parliamentary election on Sunday, potentially delivering a fresh jolt to Europe's political mainstream after Britain voted to leave the European Union. The last election in December broke the mould of 40 years of stable conservative or Socialist majorities and failed to produce a viable government as upstart parties channeled growing resentment of the establishment following an economic crisis and a raft of corruption scandals. The center-right PP looks set to be the biggest party again, with around 120 seats, but its most natural potential coalition partner, the liberal Ciudadanos ("Citizens"), looks likely to win only about 40 seats, leaving them well short of the 176 needed for an absolute majority.

Bucharest gay pride rally draws crowds

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎10:21:35 PMGo to full article
People take part in the Bucharest Pride, an event celebrating diversity and LGBT community in BucharestAround 1,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on Saturday for a gay pride march as participants demanded equal rights in a country where same sex marriage remains illegal. Supporters of Bucharest Pride, an event celebrating diversity and the LGBT community, want to overturn a constitutional ban on same sex unions. Accept, a group that promotes the rights of the LGBT community, is outraged that "for the time being the law does not recognise all kinds of family," Accept member Florin Buhuceanu told AFP.

Trump plays down post-Brexit market turmoil on Aberdeen visit

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎10:10:50 PMGo to full article
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump shakes hands with his workers after he landed on the golf course at his Trump International Golf Links in AberdeenU.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump played down market turmoil in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union on a visit to his Trump International golf course in Aberdeen on Saturday. Wearing an open-necked shirt, a suit and a white baseball cap with his slogan "Make America great again", Trump was asked if he was worried about the volatility in financial markets following Britain's vote to leave the EU on Thursday. Trump, whose mother was Scottish, was greeted by around a dozen protesters at the course waving Mexican flags, rainbow flags for Gay Pride day and signs that read "Donald stop the hating" and "Shame on you for ruining a beautiful landscape." Trump last year proposed a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States as a response to Islamist attacks in Paris and California, causing a furor in Europe.

In divided Belfast, Brexit vote sows uncertainty

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎8:26:02 PMGo to full article
A "money exchanged" sign is pictured at the border between Newry in Northern ireland and Dundalk in The Republic of IrelandThe Brexit vote has sown uncertainty in the still divided communities of Belfast, where memories of the conflict that tore the province apart for three decades are all too raw. Many nationalists, who support a united Ireland and do not regard themselves as British, are concerned about a return to Westminster rule minus the counterbalancing influence of Brussels. "I would definitely now vote for a united Ireland because then weâ d be part of the European Union â - nobody trusts an English government," said Marion Connolly, 25.

Hungary 'free, liberated' before Belgium match at Euro 2016

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎8:06:57 PMGo to full article
Hungary's soccer team players run during training session at the Stadium municipal in Toulouse, France, Saturday, June 25, 2016. Hungary will face Belgium in Euro 2016 round of 16 soccer match on Sunday, June 26 in Toulouse. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)TOULOUSE, France (AP) — For Hungary, the pressure is all on Belgium ahead of their round of 16 clash at the European Championship.

Certainty Obama once had about Britain has been shattered

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎8:03:45 PMGo to full article
FILE - In this June 24, 2016 file photo, President Barack Obama speak at the Global Entrepreneur Summit at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif., where he gave opening remarks on Britain voting to leave the 28-nation European Union. For the first 7 ½ years of his presidency, Barack Obama could rely on the United Kingdom to back him up at nearly every turn, knowing British leaders had both the global clout and shared perspective to be powerful U.S. partners. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama could count on Britain to back him at nearly every turn during his first 7½ years in office. He knew British leaders had the global clout and shared perspective to be powerful U.S. partners.

Protesters storm Trump golf course in Scotland

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎7:50:22 PMGo to full article
A group of protesters wave Mexican flags on the hillside above the Trump International Golf Links minutes before Donald Trump's arrival at the course, north of Aberdeen on the East coast of Scotland, on June 25, 2016Protesters bearing Mexican flags invaded a Scottish golf course owned by Donald Trump on Saturday as the presidential hopeful visited the estate, which is hugely controversial locally. Holding home-made signs reading "Love Trumps hate" and "Stop the hating", the protesters rushed onto a hill overlooking the Trump International Golf Links clubhouse in northeastern Scotland. Trump employees ushered journalists away as the chanting protesters appeared, waving a gay rights rainbow flag and the red, white and green Mexican tricolours.

ECB's Villeroy: Brexit talks must be quick, City of London at risk of losing 'EU passport'

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎6:44:14 PMGo to full article
London's financial center will lose its prized "EU passport" if Britain fails to secure continued access to the bloc's single market in its exit talks, ECB Governing Council member Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Saturday. Banks based in London, Europe's biggest financial center, rely on what is called an EU passport to operate across the bloc's capital market unhindered while basing most of their staff and operations outside the euro zone in London.

Britain's Vote Leave says no need to swiftly begin formal EU divorce negotiations

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎6:44:14 PMGo to full article
By Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) - Britain should begin informal negotiations on a full settlement governing its post-Brexit relationship with the European Union before invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the chief executive of the Vote Leave campaign said on Saturday. "We don't think there is a need to swiftly invoke Article 50," Matthew Elliott said in an interview, referring to the official notification starting a country's divorce from the EU. "It's best for the dust to settle over the summer and during that time for there to be informal negotiations with other states," he said.

France's Macron wants EU-wide referendum, far-left slams Hollande 'nervousness'

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎6:41:45 PMGo to full article
By Leigh Thomas and Ingrid Melander PARIS (Reuters) - France's economy minister said on Saturday that the European Union needs a new road map that should be devised in consultation with voters and then put to a referendum, as Paris sought for ways to handle the fallout at home from the Brexit vote. The British people's vote to leave the EU has deepened fears among mainstream politicians across Europe about the rise of anti-establishment parties, particularly in France, where the far-right, eurosceptic National Front is increasingly popular. "We've never had the courage to organize a true European referendum in its real sense.

Web petition for 2nd EU referendum draws huge interest

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎5:24:03 PMGo to full article
LONDON (AP) — An online petition seeking a second referendum on a British exit from the Europe Union has drawn more than 1.6 million names, a measure of the extraordinary divisiveness of Thursday's vote to leave the 28-nation bloc.

Hundreds of Syrian Kurds flee IS-held areas amid abductions

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎5:23:22 PMGo to full article
BEIRUT (AP) — Hundreds of Kurds fleeing Islamic State-held villages in northern Syria amid a wave of mass abductions have come under fire, with several killed or wounded, opposition activists and a Kurdish official said Saturday.

Britain's leaving the EU. What should I do with my money?

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎4:39:58 PMGo to full article
FILE - In this Friday, June 24, 2016, file photo, while vacationing with her son Jacob Wood, right, Claire Hunt, center, of Reading, England, exchanges pounds for dollars at a money exchange in New York. Britain voted to leave the European Union on Friday after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, toppling the government and sending global markets plunging. "It's scary. I don't know what we are going home to," said Hunt. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)As many people around the world are trying to wrap their minds around what just happened in Britain, you may also be wondering "What does the Brexit mean for my money?"

Pro-EU Londoners rebel with 'Lexit' secession call

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎4:39:43 PMGo to full article
Demonstrators hold EU flags as they protest against the 'Leave' result of the Britain's June 23 referendum on the European Union (EU), in central London on June 25, 2016Londoners mobilised on social media Saturday to back a campaign to go from Brexit to 'Lexit', calling for their city to divorce from Britain and "move in with our friends" in the European Union. While largely a symbolic protest, it is fuelled by real anger following Thursday's dramatic vote to quit the EU, which was acutely felt in the national capital, where a majority voted for Britain to remain in the EU, contrary to the prevailing mood in the country. More than 130,000 people signed up to a petition to London Mayor Sadiq Khan calling on him to "Declare London independent from the UK and apply to join the EU".

Grey Brexit vote angers younger Britons

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎3:57:39 PMGo to full article
A demonstrator (L) holds a placard as he argues with a pedestrian during a protest in central London against the pro-Brexit outcome of the UK's June 23 referendum on EU on June 25, 2016Young people vented their anger on Saturday against more eurosceptic older voters as they came to terms with a momentous referendum to pull Britain out of the EU, with the hashtag #NotInMyName trending on Twitter. A 12,000-strong survey of referendum voters published by pollster Michael Ashcroft found that 73 percent of 18-24-year-olds and 62 percent of 25-34-year-olds had voted "Remain", while 60 percent of people aged over 65 had voted "Leave". At a meeting of the opposition Labour Party in central London on Saturday, many also voiced concern about the generational fault-line exposed by the vote, between those who cannot remember a Britain without the European Union and those who can.

Brexit fans nationalism but offers 'rendezvous with history': press

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎3:24:11 PMGo to full article
The winning Brexit vote has provoked split opinions in the press as well as the publicEurope's press was awash with gloom and doom over Brexit on Saturday, warning that it was a boon for nationalists while urging EU leaders to meet the challenge of their "rendezvous with history". "It's not an exaggeration to call it a disaster," Spain's El Pais daily said in an editorial about Britons voting to leave the European Union in Thursday's referendum. "A black day for Europe - OUTch!" was the banner headline of the German daily Bild, while Spain's El Mundo ran a cartoon showing the Beatles crossing Abbey Road towards an abyss.

Britain's EU commissioner steps down after Brexit vote

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎3:07:32 PMGo to full article
Britain on June 23, 2016 voted by 52 percent to 48 percent for the country to leave the EU despiteEU Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Hill's position as financial services chief would be taken by Valdis Dombrovskis, the commission vice president for the euro, but that he was open to taking a new British commissioner. "As we move to a new phase, I don't believe it is right that I should carry on as the British Commissioner as though nothing had happened," said a statement by Hill, a former member of Britain's House of Lords.

Brexit vote hardly a harbinger of US presidential election

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎3:02:01 PMGo to full article
FILE -In this June 22, 2016 file photo, a European Union flag, right, and a Union are displayed outside Europe House, the European Parliament's British offices in London. Widespread economic angst. Intense opposition to immigration policy. The rise of populist and nationalist sentiments, particularly among less-educated and older white voters. The politics that led voters in Britain to cast ballots in favor of leaving the European Union sound awfully familiar to those that led Donald Trump to the Republican presidential nomination. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File)DENVER (AP) — Widespread economic angst. Intense opposition to immigration policy. The rise of populist and nationalist sentiments, particularly among less-educated and older white voters.

Racist undercurrent alleged in UK vote to ditch EU

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎2:42:52 PMGo to full article
FILE - In this Friday, June 24, 2016 file photo, Nigel Farage, the leader of the UK Independence Party speaks to the media on College Green in London. Last week, a leave campaigner unveiled a poster showing hundreds of non-white migrants making their way across Europe, alongside the words, “BREAKING POINT.” Critics labeled the poster as racist, but U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage insisted he couldn’t “apologize for the truth.” Farage brushed off charges that the poster was racist and maintained that the main immigration issue is that Britain has lost control of its borders to EU bureaucracy" (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, file)LONDON (AP) — Some leading British politicians and academics are interpreting Britain's choice to abandon the European Union as a deliberate decision to sacrifice economic stability in exchange for the right to stop the flow of immigrants — a decision, they say, that was partly driven by racism.

Founding EU members urge Britain to get on with EU divorce

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎2:29:54 PMGo to full article
The six founding members of the European Union want Britain to get on quickly with triggering the process for it to exit the bloc, Germany's Frank-Walter Steinmeier said after hosting a meeting of foreign ministers from the six. "We say here together, this process should get underway as soon as possible so that we are not left in limbo but rather can concentrate on the future of Europe," Steinmeier, Germany's foreign minister, said after the meeting in Berlin on Saturday.

Tsipras blames Brexit on austerity, deficiencies in EU leadership

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎1:19:58 PMGo to full article
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, whose own rebellion against European Union policy brought the bloc to a crisis last year, said on Saturday he did not blame the British people for voting to leave but rather EU leaders. Speaking to his leftist Syriza party's central committee, Tsipras blamed the Brexit outcome on the "chronic deficiencies" of European leaders and their insistence on austerity policies that fed populism and nationalism. Tsipras led his Syriza party to victory in two elections and a referendum last year in an attempt to end years of austerity imposed on euro zone member Greece because of its untenable debt.

Turkey's Erdogan says Brexit is 'start of new era'

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎12:28:40 PMGo to full article
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday blasted the EU's attitude towards Turkey as "Islamophobic"Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Britain's planned departure from the European Union signalled the "beginning of a new era" and warned the bloc could face new breakups. "I see this decision made by the people of Britain as the beginning of a new era for Britain and the EU," Erdogan said during a fast-breaking dinner late on Friday, in his first comments on the shock referendum result. Voters in Britain decided Thursday to leave the EU, raising questions over the future of the bloc.

Italy to EU after Brexit: change or risk collapse

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎12:25:00 PMGo to full article
Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan adresses journalists during a Eurogroup meeting at the EU headquarters in Brussels on May 9, 2016Italian ministers warned Saturday that the European Union must change direction or risk collapse after Britain's vote to leave the bloc. "The unthinkable is happening," Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said. Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni meanwhile warned it would be naive to underestimate the significance of Britain leaving or the risk of a surge in anti-EU sentiment across the continent.

Chinese team confirmed in Kontinental Hockey League

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎12:22:25 PMGo to full article
MOSCOW (AP) — The Russia-based Kontinental Hockey League has confirmed that it will add a Chinese club next season as it competes against the NHL in Asian markets.

Britain faces bitter EU divorce after Brexit vote

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎11:54:53 AMGo to full article
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker during a joint press conference at the EU Headquarters in Brussels on June 24, 2016Europe angrily demanded a quick divorce as sparks flew Saturday over Britain's seismic vote to abandon the EU, toppling Prime Minister David Cameron, pounding world markets and dividing the island nation. European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called for rushing Britain out of the door as the bloc grappled with the impending loss of one of the world's top economies, the first defection in its 60-year history.

European leaders discuss EU future after Brexit shock

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎9:51:39 AMGo to full article
A small group of anti-Brexit demonstrators protest opposite Downing Street in central London following the UK's decision to leave the EUFounding EU members held a crisis meeting Saturday on the future of the bloc after Britain's seismic vote to leave the union and the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron. Paris and Berlin will present their partners with "concrete solutions" to make the EU "more effective", Ayrault told AFP.

British brace for economic repercussions of EU exit decision

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎9:36:56 AMGo to full article
FILE - In this Friday, June 24, 2016 file photo, a remain supporter stops to talk to people as he walks around with his European flag across the street from the Houses of Parliament in London. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File)LONDON (AP) — The British were warned for weeks that a vote to leave the European Union would result in economic pain. Now they'll find out.

Brexit, a sign of anti-elite revolt: analysts

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎9:14:40 AMGo to full article
The winning Brexit vote has provoked split opinions in the press as well as the publicIt was Britain's poorer and less-educated citizens -- angry at not having shared in the economic benefits of a new world order -- who pushed it out of the European Union, in a vote that threatens elites, analysts say. "I see the same pattern everywhere I look," said William Galston, a senior fellow at the US-based Brookings Institution. Galston said this was the same demographic backing controversial Republican candidate Trump in the US, as well as eurosceptic and far-right parties enjoying a rise in support across Europe.

Behind the support for Brexit and Trump: Economic resentment

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎9:02:01 AMGo to full article
A screen above the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing number for the Dow Jones industrial average, Friday, June 24, 2016. The DJIA dropped 611 points, or 3.4 percent, to 17,399 in heavy trading Friday. Stocks plunged in the U.S. and worldwide after Britain voted to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)WASHINGTON (AP) — The United Kingdom's stunning vote to leave the European Union was driven by much of the same sentiment that fueled Donald Trump's insurgent march toward the Republican presidential nod: A rejection of economic globalization and the elites who favor it by those who feel left behind.

Experts: weak launch in Britain for DraftKings

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎8:25:03 AMGo to full article
FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2015, file photo, Bear Duker, a marketing manager for strategic partnerships at DraftKings, works at his computer at the company headquarters in Boston. Gambling analysts said the daily fantasy sports company has struggled to break out in the UK since it launched to fanfare there in February 2016. (AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File)BOSTON (AP) — A bid to grow daily fantasy sports overseas doesn't appear to be gaining much traction as the industry fights for survival on its home front.

Crisis or speed bump? What UK vote means for economy sectors

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎8:06:35 AMGo to full article
A television screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shows the closing number for the Dow Jones industrial average, Friday, June 24, 2016. The DJIA dropped 611 points, or 3.4 percent, to 17,399 in heavy trading Friday. Stocks plunged in the U.S. and worldwide after Britain voted to leave the European Union. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Britain's vote to leave the European Union adds a heavy dose of uncertainty to a world economy that is still struggling to reach full speed years after the global financial crisis.

Eurosceptic English resort hopes for sunny future post-Brexit

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎5:59:56 AMGo to full article
Nostalgia for the domestic beach tourism heyday of the 1940s-1980s is palpable in the small resort of Clacton-on-Sea, the unlikely epicentre of a eurosceptic wave that peaked with Britain's stunning decision to pull out of the EUWith its deserted casinos, ice-cream parlours and seagulls circling above a lofty Victorian pier, the English seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea is like a postcard for the Britain of yesteryear. Nostalgia for the domestic beach tourism heyday of the 1940s-1980s is palpable in this small Essex resort, the unlikely epicentre of a eurosceptic wave that peaked on Thursday with Britain's stunning decision to pull out of the EU. Clacton's local area, a bastion of the UK Independence Party of top anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage, voted 69.5 percent to 30.5 percent in favour of leaving the union.

Spain struggles to reduce unemployment, debt despite growth

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎5:38:20 AMGo to full article
Unemployment is one of the hot-button issues of the elections, with Spain the second worst off in the European Union after GreeceSpain, which goes to the polls on Sunday in a repeat general election, is the eurozone's fourth largest economy and one of the fastest-growing nations in Western Europe, although it suffers from high unemployment and debt. Spain's gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 3.2 percent in 2015 and growth has remained steady this year despite a political stalemate that has left the country without a government since inconclusive December elections. Acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative government predicts the economy will expand by 2.7 percent this year, then slow to 2.4 percent in 2017.

Sinn Fein calls for Irish unity poll as Brexit fallout begins

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎4:08:35 AMGo to full article
By Padraic Halpin DUBLIN (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's deputy leader Martin McGuinness called on Friday for a vote to unite the two sides of the Irish border as stocks tumbled in the economic and political fallout from Britain's decision to quit the EU. Ireland has the EU's fastest-growing economy but also more to lose from Brexit than any other member state, with far-reaching implications for its trade, economy, security of energy supplies and peace in British-ruled Northern Ireland. After 56 percent of Northern Irish voters sought to remain in the EU compared to the 52 percent of the United Kingdom as a whole who voted to leave, Sinn Fein's McGuinness demanded that London call a referendum on a united Ireland.

Cameron resigns as Brexit vote shocks EU, pummels markets

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎3:43:55 AMGo to full article
In an emotional statement outside Downing Street, Prime Minister David Cameron said he would resign to make way for a new leader, with The Sun reporting Cameron told an aide: "Why should I do all the hard shit?"British voters dealt a seismic blow to the European Union by voting to leave the bloc, triggering the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and sending world financial markets into freefall. The shock outcome of Thursday's historic referendum could have a knock-on effect on other EU members battling hostility to Brussels and possibly lead to the break-up of the United Kingdom after Scotland raised the prospect of another independence vote. Britons, many worried by immigration and what they saw as interference in the running of their country by bureaucrats in Brussels, voted by 52 to 48 percent to abandon the bloc after 43 years of often troubled membership.

Global markets lose $2.1 trillion in Brexit rout

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎12:43:26 AMGo to full article
People stand Madrid stock exchange boards in Madrid on June 24, 2016London (AFP) - Britain's shock vote to pull out of the European Union wiped $2.1 trillion from global equity markets Friday as traders panicked in the face of a new threat to the global economy.

How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Friday

‎Yesterday, ‎June ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎12:02:13 AMGo to full article
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks plunged in the U.S. and worldwide Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union. The result stunned investors, who reacted by rushing to the safety of gold and U.S. government bonds as they wondered what will come next for Britain, Europe and the global economy.

German officials warn against EU "revenge" for UK Brexit vote

‎Friday, ‎June ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎11:54:36 PMGo to full article
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier attends a press conference in BerlinThe 27 countries left in the European Union after Britain's vote to leave should refrain from taking revenge, but focus on building consensus in areas such as security, migration and economic growth, German officials said Friday. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told the ZDF television station there was hard work ahead negotiating the terms of Britain's exit, but European leaders were committed to charting a new course that tackled high rates of youth unemployment and other issues raised through the UK referendum. Steinmeier said he told EU foreign ministers at a meeting in Luxembourg on Friday to focus on rebuilding a strong Europe, not hashing through differences with Britain.

Anatomy of Brexit: A divided kingdom

‎Friday, ‎June ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎11:43:08 PMGo to full article
People are ushered into a polling station to cast their ballot papers at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea, west London on June 23, 2016Britain's referendum vote to leave the European Union has pitted parents against children, cities against rural areas, north against south and university graduates against those with fewer qualifications. "This is a referendum in which a cosmopolitan socially liberal Britain was outvoted by a more socially conservative part of the country that is deeply concerned by immigration," polling expert John Curtice told the BBC. London, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU but Wales and large swathes of England, particularly former industrial hubs in the north with many disaffected workers, backed a Brexit.





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Siege of Vienna

Join Gordon Robertson as he travels to Vienna, Austria, to explore the first attempt by the Islamic Ottoman Empire to invade the city of Vienna. With prayer and creativity, the city’s outnumbered Christian army defeated the vast Ottoman forces at the height of their power and singlehandedly stopped the march of Islam through Europe.





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Death of Discernment Intro - Ron Matsen

In this segment, Ron Matsen discusses signs of the end times. This segment comes from the "Death of Deiscernment" briefing pack published by Koinon...

Of all the end-time themes discussed in the Bible—such as global disasters (Mt 24), the rise of the global super-state, the identity of the Antichrist, the mark of the beast, and the Magog invasion (Ezek 38-39)—“deception and apostasy in the church” is listed more times than any other end-time “sign of the times.”

Are we currently living in the Age of Apostasy? Ron Matsen explores the evidence and causes of apostasy and provides an antidote for apostasy in this timely study

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Are we now IN the Age of Apostasy?
Indicators of Decline
• Church Attendance: Church attendance in Eng­land as a percentage of the population (both Protestant and Catholics are included in these figures):
1970 13.3%
1980 11.1%
1990 9.4%
2000 7.2%
2010 5.3%
• Decline in Biblical Literacy: In England, The Portsmouth News, 13 April 2001, asked 50 members of church clergy about their congregation’s beliefs: 48% “Did not believe in the physical resurrection of Jesus” and 60% “believed that the spirit of Easter had been lost in favour of bunnies and Easter eggs.”
Cause for this Decline?
We will examine three causes—all three have an ex­ample in the history of Israel.
For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope.
Romans 15:4

Weathering the Coming Storm

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Dr. Chuck Missler, an internationally known business executive, outlines our current economic predicament and defensive steps you can take to lessen the impact of the impending economic crisis. As a Bible teacher for over 30 years with a ministry reaching over 40 countries, Chuck shares some key strategies to prepare yourself spiritually and practically.

Is the World facing another major economic upheaval?

What is the best strategy to protect your family in times of economic uncertainty?

The Church has enjoyed a relatively peaceful existence in the West for a few centuries but the with the coming persecution, how do we go about organizing home study and home-church?

Soul Survival – Keeping your “lamp full” during the hard times ahead.

Join Dr. Chuck Missler and Ron Matsen in the Executive Brie fing Room of
The River Lodge, New Zealand, in an intensive summary outlining what lies
ahead and how we can prepare for the coming storm.

Runtime: Approx. 5 hours

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Unconditional Covenants - Chuck MIssler







"I know thy works, and tribulation and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan."
The most wealthy bloodline in the world bar none and the leader of the Ashkenazi Jews in the world today is the Rothschild family.  As you will see in the timeline, the Rothschilds have obtained this position through lies, manipulation and murder.  Their bloodline also extends into the Royal Families of Europe, and the following family names:  Astor; Bundy; Collins; duPont; Freeman; Kennedy; Morgan; Oppenheimer; Rockefeller; Sassoon; Schiff; Taft; and Van Duyn.





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