“The COVID crisis, the collapse of our cooperation frameworks, the weaknesses that I have just mentioned require us to rebuild a new order and force Europe to take its full share of responsibility,” Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday.
As we have been telling you, Emmanuel Macron is our pick for the biblical ‘man of sin’, and on Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly, he didn’t disappoint. Macron stood up before the Assembly, virtually of course, and delivered an absolute perfect speech. Perfect, that is, if you are a King James bible believer who loves end times prophecy. As we said, Macron did not disappoint. The fact that the United Nations even exists is the fulfillment of bible prophecy, where it is specifically mentioned.
“Therefore wait ye upon me, saith the LORD, until the day that I rise up to the prey: for my determination is to gather the nations, that I may assemble the kingdoms, to pour upon them mine indignation, even all my fierce anger: for all the earth shall be devoured with the fire of my jealousy.” Zephaniah 3:8 (KJB)
The prophet Zephaniah tells of a time, far in the future from his day, where amazingly God would ‘gather all the nations’ of the world in an ‘assembly’, and that they would be gathered for the purpose of judgment being poured down on them. This prophecy is so on the money that the official name of the UN is the United Nations General Assembly, exactly as Zephaniah had foretold. The judgment of the UN will come in the second half of the time of Jacob’s trouble, during the great Tribulation, when under the leadership of Emmanuel Macon, umm, wait, I mean…Antichrist, all the nations of the world will come against Israel. It will be the last thing they ever do as a group.
COVID-19 pandemic should be ‘shock’ to UN, revive multilateral order, France’s Macron tells world leaders
FROM UN.ORG: “This crisis, undoubtedly more than any other, requires cooperation, requires the invention of new international solutions,” Macron said in his wide-ranging video address.
He noted that “the international organizations that we so badly need, like the World Health Organization, have been accused by some of complacency, and instrumentalized by others” and that scientists and journalists, “so essential for understanding and acting effectively in the face of the crisis, have been called into question by the propaganda of the States, as by the epidemic of disinformation”.
President Macron also considered that the UN itself “runs the risk of powerlessness”, with the Security Council, for example, having hardly managed to meet at the height of the coronavirus pandemic because two of its permanent members “preferred to display their rivalry.”
“All the fractures that existed before the pandemic, the hegemonic shock of the powers, the questioning of multilateralism or its instrumentalization, the trampling of international law has only accelerated and deepened at the same time. in favor of the global destabilization created by the pandemic,” he explained.
In this context, “we no longer have the right to close our eyes. We no longer have the opportunity, the luxury, if I may say so, to procrastinate. This pandemic must be for our organization an electric shock and the moment of a saving awakening”, he affirmed.
The world as it is today “cannot be reduced to the rivalry between China and the United States, whatever the global weight of these two great Powers, whatever also the ‘history that binds us together,” he said.
“THE CRISIS, THE COLLAPSE OF OUR COOPERATION FRAMEWORKS, THE WEAKNESSES THAT I HAVE JUST MENTIONED REQUIRE US TO REBUILD A NEW ORDER AND FORCE EUROPE TO TAKE ITS FULL SHARE OF RESPONSIBILITY,” HE STRESSED. MR. MACRON UNDERSCORED THAT “IN THE WEEKS AND MONTHS TO COME, FUNDAMENTAL CHOICES WILL HAVE TO BE MADE. THERE WILL SURELY BE A CURE FOR THE PANDEMIC ONE DAY. BUT THERE WILL BE NO MIRACLE CURE FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF THE CONTEMPORARY ORDER.”
He said that the reconstruction of the foundations of the international order requires the establishment of functional international cooperation based on clear rules, defined and respected by all.
“Multilateralism is not just an act of faith, it is an operational necessity,” he added. “However, we can no longer be satisfied with a multilateralism of words which only allows fundamentally to accept the greatest common denominator, a way of hiding deep differences under a facade consensus.’
Instead, “we must change the method, reverse the terms of the contract, be as loud and clear when some people pride themselves on adhering to alliances and their principles, to organizations and their principles, only to trample on them in reality ”. READ MORE
Emmanuel Macron — The Last President of Europe
On April 22, the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings hosted William Drozdiak, nonresident senior fellow at Brookings and senior advisor for Europe at McLarty Associates, for the launch of his new book “The Last President of Europe: Emmanuel Macron’s Race to Revive France and Save the World.”