Klaus Schwab discusses the “European Chips Act” and the need for a “physical brain for digitalization and to have it located to a certain extent in Europe”.
Then, goes on to say the World Economic Forum launched the “Club of Rome report”.
There is so much to unpack here… pic.twitter.com/Zge7qixYte
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Opinion: Daniel 9:26
“And after the sixty-two weeks
Messiah shall be cut off, but not for Himself;
And the people of the prince who is to come
Shall destroy the city and the sanctuary.
The end of it shall be with a flood,
And till the end of the war desolations are determined”
Daniel’s 70 weeks (Hebrew 490 years) prophecy (Daniel 9:24-27) pinpoints the precise timeline for the arrival of Messiah, His death and a pause to allow for the prince who is to come (Antichrist), a peace treaty with Israel and many (Dan. 9:27), and the onset of the 7 year tribulation period.
Daniel packs a lot of prophecy in 4 verses.
That the people of the prince who is to come will have destroyed the city (Jerusalem) and the sanctuary (temple) clearly points to Rome.
Rome, not coincidentally, is also the seat of the Vatican, the world’s largest Christian denomination, and the likely residence of a powerful religious leader called the False Prophet (Rev. 13:11):
“Then I saw another beast coming up out of the earth, and he had two horns like a lamb and spoke like a dragon.”
The Roman Empire was occupied and pillaged but never conquered, and according to Daniel it will revive in the last days. Daniel counts both ancient Rome (legs) and future Rome (10 toes, iron and clay) as the 4th beast (Daniel 2:40-43 and 7:23-24) with 10 kings.
While the Colosseum stands, Rome shall stand
When the Colosseum falls, Rome shall fall
When Rome falls, the world shall fall.
The English Benedictine monk, Venerable Bede (700 AD), is credited with the above rather interesting prophetic quote, also said this: The ghost of the dead empire has haunted us ever since. Men refused for long to believe that Rome was dead, for was not Rome eternal? Was it not the last of four great monarchies foretold in the Book of Daniel so that there can never be a fifth? source
The rebuilding of Rome began in 1951 with 5 treaties:
The Treaty of Rome 1957 – this same group of countries opened the door to the creation of the European Economic Community (EEC)and the European Atomic Energy Community or EURATOM to create a common market based on the freedom of movement of people, goods, and services.
The Treaty of Brussels 1967 – the objective was to merge the existing institutions
The Treaty of Maastricht 1993 – from this moment on, it is possible to speak of a genuine European Union, with the addition of intergovernmental cooperation in such areas as foreign policy and internal security.
The Treaty of Amsterdam 1999 – sought to reform the EU institutions in preparation for the arrival of new countries.
The TREATY OF LISBON 2007 – introduced the figure of the President of the European Council and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security .
Interestingly, from 1999 to 2003, 19 European countries accepted the euro as a single currency, a precursor to the final Roman empire that will require a mark to buy and sell (Revelation. 13:16-17).
So where does all this leave us?
That Klaus Schwab and the billionaire club at the World Economic Forum have selected Rome as the center for the digitization of Europe is a chilling reminder that our Bible has accurately foretold the place where the final empire of Antichrist will begin.
When he arrives on the world stage a compliant world will be ready to receive him.
Watch as the US and EU begin to digitize their currencies. Watch as the nations begin to reject the US dollar as world reserve currency, and watch for the rise of Europe as the world’s most powerful economy.
See Bible Prophecy 101 Chapter 5 “Daniel’s 70 Weeks Prophecy” HERE
Credit to VS for the Klaus Schwab video.
Klaus Schwab: The Club of Rome and the Digitization of Europe https://amos37.com/klaus-schwab-the-club-of-rome-and-the-digitization-of-europe/