BREAKING NEWS: At least 11 people killed after two explosions rock Brussels Airport in ‘suicide bombing’ – as SECOND ‘terror attack’ hits Metro station in city centre

Longtime readers of this site will recall the many warnings throughout the years of Europe taking an extreme political and social right turn due to islamic terrorism. It appears the time has come where that push will be made, although, and hopefully it’s a wrong assessment, but the worst is yet to come. Europe will experience its own 9/11, or worse, and that will be the catalyst. Europe, home to the world’s most bloodiest wars, will see war again. Could what’s coming be the Biblicaly prophesied “push” referred to in Daniel 11, in the King of the North vs. the King of the South scenario? Only time will tell, but Europe’s powerhouse, Germany, is indeed building an EU Army while NATO is doing nothing and remains unprepared for war.

Updates will roll in as they come, as necessary.

 

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Carnage: At least eleven people have died and several injured after two explosions rocked Brussels Airport in a suspected terror attack

 

 

  • Shouts ‘in Arabic’ heard before two explosions went off near the American Airlines check-in desk at 8am (7am GMT)
  • Terrified passengers covered in blood ran for their lives after explosion sent ‘shockwaves’ through terminal building
  • Reports of another explosion at a Metro station near the EU headquarters in the Maelbeek area of central Brussels
  • Evacuated passengers are being ferried onto buses and are being driven to a ‘crisis centre’ away from the airport
  • Comes a day after Belgium minister warned of revenge attacks after arrest of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam

At least eleven people have died and several injured after two explosions rocked Brussels Airport in a suspected terror attack.

Witnesses described seeing ‘dismembered bodies everywhere’ after the blasts which are believed to have centred on the American Airlines check-in desk at around 8am (7am GMT).

There were reports that shouts in Arabic were heard in the building before the two explosion and shots were fired in the aftermath.

Around 90 minutes later, there were reports of another explosion at a Metro station near the EU headquarters in central Brussels. Continue reading

Driving Force for the EU Army

As sure as the sky is blue, although in the beginning stages, the European Army is coming courtesy of the Fourth Reich in Germany, modern day Assyria. Unfortunately, for this to happen, it means the world’s lone superpower, America, has to give way — and it is, as we speak, in suicidal freefall. Someone will ultimately fill the gap (as no one trusts Russia and China to lead the world) and it’s likely a new ‘United States of Europe’ where the political and economic foundations are already being laid. We’ll find out soon what a world without America as a superpower looks like.

BERLIN (Own report) – Military experts of the SPD group in the German Bundestag are calling for an EU “military academy” and “permanent military headquarters” along with other steps toward establishing an EU army. “As Social Democrats, we want to be the driving force in Europe of a parliamentary controlled European army,” declared its “Working Group on Security and Defense Policy” in a position paper. The paper was presented last week by the SPD parliamentary group’s defense policy spokesperson Rainer Arnold. The EU is “a global actor” due particularly to its economic influence, the authors explain. Its foreign and military policy, on the other hand, is inadequate and “urgently in need of improvement.” These demands are being raised at a time when the Bundeswehr has begun to establish “European” military structures through bilateral and multilateral cooperation projects, and when Germany’s Minister of the Economy is calling for the establishment of an EU armament industry with a strong German base, independent of the USA. Already a few years ago, SPD politicians called for reopening the discussion on the EU’s war and peace decision-making authority, and possibly taking this authority away from the national parliaments.

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