From Croatia to the Whirlwind


From Croatia to the Whirlwind

What started with Croatia 22 years ago will soon consummate with devastation in the Middle East.

All is now in place for Croatia to become an official member of the European Union on July 1.

There was never any doubt this would be the outcome following the peremptory, unilateral recognition of Croatia as a sovereign nation, separate from greater Yugoslavia, by a newly united Germany in 1991. This was patently obvious to watchers of the progressive resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire under the dominance of Berlin and Rome, especially since the reunification of Germany. The Vatican was swift to follow Germany in recognizing—against all other international opinion at the time—Croatia, together with Slovenia, as separate national entities to Yugoslavia.

But it’s Croatia in which we are particularly interested due to its very close affiliation with Germany during its imperialist regime of the late 1930s and early-to-mid-1940s.

The fact that it has taken 22 years for Croatia to advance from recognition as a sovereign nation to being officially recognized as a member of the European Union is of no real consequence in the grand scheme of things. Why hasten the application of the rules of officialdom when culturally, socially and more importantly, religiously, Croatia was already at the beck and call of the Berlin/Rome axis since 1991?

It is well known that Croatia still does not qualify for EU membership strictly within the official terms of membership. In fact, as Spiegel noted, the EU technocrats are deliberately fudging the rules to permit Croatia official entry into the EU.

To any student of 20th-century European history, it ought to be no surprise that Germany forced the separation of Croatia from Yugoslavia as its first foreign-policy initiative upon reunification. After all, Croatia was the staunchest ally of both Rome and Berlin during World War ii. Just so, now that sufficient time has elapsed for almost everyone who fell victim to the Croatian Ustashi’s terror in the 1930s and ’40s to have died—and thus their witness lost to the world—it ought be no surprise that a European Union, dominated by a Rome/Berlin axis, is prepared to fudge the rules to force Croatia, its staunchest World War ii ally, to gain official membership of the EU.

Those with longer memories, or with a good grasp of non-revisionist history, will recall that the last time citizens of a non-Catholic country were forced to become practitioners of the religion of Rome via enforced conversion at the end of a gun was the crusade in Serbia, under a regime allied with the Nazis of World War ii.

With Croatia becoming an official member of the EU, we can only hope that, under the Vatican’s current great crusade to bring Europe back to its traditional Roman Catholic roots, this will not eventually include the methods used on non-Catholic Slavs under Ante Pavelić’s regime in the Nazi era.

The problem is that nations tend to react in habitual ways given certain stimuli under certain kinds of leadership. The tendency of Anglo-Saxon diplomacy to think that our traditional enemies can be changed from demonstrating their historic warlike tendencies into warm and fuzzy democracies seems overwhelming. It is predicated on a gross ignorance of history.

In respect of Croatia, what happened in Yugoslavia “during the years 1941 to 1945, in the satellite state of Croatia under the government of Croatian fascists, known as the Ustashi, [was] supported by the Axis powers, as well as by the Croatian Catholic hierarchy, with the knowledge of the Vatican” (Edmond Paris, Genocide in Satellite Croatia, 1941-1945).

Paris notes that 750,000 Serbs were killed in just four years during the Nazi/Ustashi era, compared with 125,000 slaughtered in the name of the religion of Rome over the 18-year period of the Spanish Inquisition.

The period that has elapsed from the time these atrocities of the 1940s were enacted and today is but a mere average lifetime. Seventy years is but a drop in the bucket within the whole context of history. The continually resurrecting Roman Empire tracks its history over almost 1,500 years from Justinian’s restoration to the present day. The havoc it has wreaked over that period is legend, with most of its atrocities being committed in the name of its Roman religion under the imperial title of the Holy Roman Empire.

He would be an ignorant person indeed who would assume the habits of the Holy Roman Empire, extending over a 1,500-year period of repetitive resurrections, will have changed as we watch the seventh and final resurrection of that iron empire now leaping into focus as each week goes by.

One only has to remember the ethnic cleansing that took place during the Balkan wars—catalyzed by the Berlin/Rome axis’s recognition of Croatian independence—that took place barely 20 years ago to know the murderous intent that lies just below the surface within certain extremist circles in Europe.

As previously noted, it’s a plainly evident fact of history that, given certain stimuli under a particular style of politico/religious leadership, certain nations will revert to type.

The conditions that make for such phenomena are building right now in the wake of the eurocrisis.

German Minister of Finance Wolfgang Schäuble warned recently that Europe could face revolution unless the increasing level of unemployment on the Continent is addressed.

Europe is suffering from increasing social disruption exacerbated by what Germany’s ex-minister of defense Baron Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg has identified as a clear lack of leadership. The problem is that in times of social disintegration, Europe has a habit of turning to extremist political elements for leadership. The most recent occasion ended up with two dictators calling the tune, with the Vatican having concluded a concordat with the leading protagonist, Adolf Hitler. This concordat pledged allegiance by the Roman Catholic priesthood to German political leadership. Multiple millions died under the influence of that unhappy alliance—barely 70 years ago—including 750,000 Serbs under the religious zealotry of the Croatian Ustashi.

If we track the history of Europe since German reunification in 1991 to the present day, we will see the thread of the same major influences both behind the scenes and increasingly at center stage—Berlin and Rome, with a willing lackey of both now coming into focus: Croatia.

Simply put, Bible prophecy predicts that what Germany and Rome initiated by their bilateral recognition, against all other international opinion at the time, of Croatia and Slovenia as sovereign nations separate from the Republic of Yugoslavia—war in the Balkans—will consummate in a powerful Mideast war, ultimately destroying the major sponsor of extremist, Islamic international terror.

That peremptory attack on Iran is described as a “whirlwind.” Our editor in chief has recently described how this whirlwind is already being activated.

Very shortly we shall see how Germany’s action in recognizing Croatian nationalism a little less than 20 years ago, will consummate in devastation in Iran.

But that war will be but a curtain-raiser to an even wider and more aggressive conflict, all prophesied in your Bible. It’s a conflict that is destined to hit the Anglo-Saxon nations particularly hard. Our booklet Daniel Unlocks Revelation will help you understand the whole flow of this latter history and prophecy of the Holy Roman Empire, undergoing its seventh and final resurrection before our eyes at this very moment.

The good news in all of this is that it will introduce the major event yet to occur in our time: the return of Jesus Christ to install His Kingdom of peace on a weary and war-torn world, ultimately banishing war, terror, ethnic cleansing and forced conversion to false religion—forever!

To catch the vision of what is to follow the horrors of war just ahead, read our inspiring booklet The Wonderful World Tomorrow.