“Three generations after Hitler’s armies wreaked terror across Europe, Germans have gained too much economic and political power to continue hiding behind their understandable aversion to all things military,” Politico wrote this week. With crises mounting in Europe and the Middle East, America’s foreign power waning, and Russia and China rising, more and more people are calling on Germany to step up and solve the world’s problems. Should the world be so quick to trust Germany? History and Bible prophecy prove that this will be a tremendous mistake! More on this topic on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
#587: Catching Up on Weinstein, the Wildfires, the Las Vegas Shooting and the End of the Islamic State
On today’s program, Stephen Flurry covers the latest on the big stories from the past two weeks.
Britain recently realized that the nation is half a trillion pounds poorer than previously thought. Meanwhile, a Berkeley economist warns that America’s crumbling alliances will lead to a crumbling of the U.S. dollar. TheTrumpet.com assistant managing editor Richard Palmer examines the future of these two economies.
Europe is being hit by many crises all at once. The far right is sweeping the Continent. Germany faces political paralysis. Spain is struggling to deal with Catalonia’s bid for independence. And the euro crisis threatens to resume at any moment. But an election in Austria yesterday gives us a glimpse of the solution. TheTrumpet.com assistant managing editor Richard Palmer examines where these crises are leading and where they are pushing Europe.
America has just experienced its worst mass shooting in history. At least 50 are dead and over 400 wounded after a gunman opened fire at a country music festival in Las Vegas. In today’s program, theTrumpet.com assistant managing editor Richard Palmer examines the cause of these problems and explains how a world free of mass shootings and all crime will come about. Today’s show also includes a program Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry made in response to a mass shooting in 2007. Its analysis is every bit as relevant today.