Why the German Political Earthquake Will Shake the World

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for the weekly government cabinet meeting in the german chancellery on September 27, 2017 in Berlin, Germany.
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Why the German Political Earthquake Will Shake the World

Listen to the Sept. 29, 2017, episode of the Trumpet Daily Radio Show.

German officials do not expect to finish coalition negotiations until 2018. Germany seems set to spend the next several months without a government. When, or if, it emerges from that, it will have the most fragile coalition in postwar history. TheTrumpet.com assistant managing editor Richard Palmer gives an overview of German politics, explains why negotiations will be so tough, and shows why this political crisis will shake the world.

Also on today’s show, a crisis brewing in Catalonia threatens the existence of Spain and the European Union.

For more on the material covered on this program, read A Strong German Leader Is Imminent and The Holy Roman Empire in Prophecy.