#271: The California Nightmare, the West’s Moral Oblivion, and China Sets the Stage for the Next World War
What's wrong with California? Fifty years ago, California was America's "number one state." Today, it's known for high taxes, droughts, deteriorating infrastructure, and a plummeting education system. Is California cursed? In today's show, Stephen Flurry discusses this nightmare as well as the darkening scene in the Middle East and Asia.
On today's Trumpet Daily Radio Show, Stephen Flurry discusses the FBI investigation revolving around the private email servers Hillary Clinton used during her tenure as Secretary of State from 2009 to 2013. Yesterday, FBI Director James Comey recommended that no criminal charges be brought against Mrs. Clinton. But during the course of his 15-minute statement, he also exposed multiple lies told by the Clinton camp over the past year. For more, listen to today's program.
In today’s program guest presenter Brad Macdonald explores the global leadership crisis, the lack of genius clusters, and some remarkably specific and prescient prophecies in the book of Hosea about end-time Britain.
Germany has lost confidence in the Brussel’s based leadership of the European Union. Could this lead to Germany taking more direct control of the EU after Brexit? Meanwhile both Brussels and Berlin are encouraging Europe to become a major military power. Leaders in Eastern Europe want a “strong European president with far-reaching authority.” Germany’s vision for Europe sees the Union forming into a superstate with deep links into north Africa and the Middle East. Trumpet writer Richard Palmer describes how Europe will be “led ultimately not from Brussels, but from Berlin.”
Recent attacks at the Ataturk International Airport in Turkey and in the northeastern corner of Lebanon have some wondering whether the Islamic State terrorist group could be changing its strategy in its fight across the Middle East. In today’s program, the Trumpet's Middle East correspondent, Brent Nagtegaal, analyzes the two attacks in light of the future fulfillment of Bible prophecy for the region.
A German-led European army is now taking shape. In 1980, Herbert W. Armstrong wrote, “I have been forecasting this revived Roman Empire publicly since February 1934! Now it may go together suddenly, rapidly!” After Brexit, Europe has begun to take swift action to save the Union and produce a combined military force, just as Mr. Armstrong predicted many decades ago. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry discusses the steps that will lead to the formation of an EU army and what that military will do once it has power.
As far back as the early 1930s, Herbert W. Armstrong used Bible prophecy to make bold forecasts about the future of Europe. For years people scoffed at those predictions—but now they’re coming to pass in the exact detail the Bible said they would. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry reviews the key points of Mr. Armstrong’s prophecy about Europe and explains how it is being fulfilled right now.
Britain’s departure from the European Union has ignited a new push to reshape Europe. Headlines are appearing almost daily warning about the rise of a “German superstate” and a more integrated, core group of European nations. To students of Bible prophecy, this shouldn’t come as a surprise. For over 70 years, Herbert W. Armstrong warned about a coming united Europe with Germany at the helm. The Bible explains that Europe will soon be cut down to a union of 10 kings who will give their power to Germany. On today’s show, listen to Stephen Flurry discuss how rapidly these prophecies are being fulfilled.
The aftershocks from Thursday’s historic vote in Britain continue to shake the world. Brexit's effect on Britain and Europe will be revealed over the coming months and years. Bible prophecy will continue to be the most accurate guide in knowing what events will follow, just as it accurately showed Britain would leave the European Union. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains how the world will change after Brexit.
The United Kingdom has just voted to leave the European Union. But over 60 years ago, before anyone was even discussing Britain and the European Union, Herbert W. Armstrong made a bold prediction no one else saw coming. In 1956, he wrote that Germany would probably lead and dominate the coming United States of Europe, but that “Britain will be no part of it!” Bible prophecy enabled Mr. Armstrong to make a forecast like that well ahead of its time—and now prophecy is being fulfilled at an astounding rate! On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains what the leave vote means for the future of Britain, Europe and the world.