Is Berlin Ready to Rearm?!h.355,id.9040,,w.640

German Patriot missiles being sent to Turkey in December 2012. (Getty Images)


Langley Intelligence Group says yes, and Bible prophecy agrees.

Berlin is working to create an anti-Iran alliance, and its boost in arms sales to Persian Gulf nations portends a shifting military culture, which could soon push Germany itself to rearm, Langley Intelligence Group Network said on April 24.

The report focuses on the “Merkel Doctrine,” as the German media terms it, which refers primarily to Berlin’s efforts to form a balance of power against Iran by arming Sunni Arab nations and Israel. The term is also taking on a secondary meaning about the increasing impetus for Berlin to move toward a more robust use of the German military.

Arming Iran’s Enemies

Germany is already feeling early manifestations of a push against it by radical Islam. As the Trumpet has often pointed out, the biblical Prophet Daniel said this would happen in this modern era (Daniel 11:40). In response to this push—generated largely by Iran’s growing influence—Berlin is selling more and more weapons to Tehran’s enemies. In 2012, Germany sold almost $2 billion worth of arms to the six countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, an increase of more than 100 percent from the previous year. That same year, Saudi Arabia spent nine times what it had spent the year before on German arms.

This trend is significant because it is working toward the fulfillment of a stunningly specific prophecy foretold in the 83rd Psalm. This passage is about modern-day Europe—led by Germany—allying with Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan and other “moderate” Arab nations. You can learn the riveting details of this alliance here.

Ready to Rearm Germany?

The Langley report said that a rising percentage of Germans may be ready for Berlin to go beyond just arming Iran’s Middle Eastern opponents, and for Germany itself to prepare for military intervention. Here is an excerpt:

Full article: Is Berlin Ready to Rearm? (The Trumpet)

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