Report: One Third of Britain’s Air Force Can’t Fly

A Dassault Mirage 2000 jet fighter (left) and a Eurofighter Typhoon multirole fighter
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Report: One Third of Britain’s Air Force Can’t Fly

In an increasingly dangerous world, Britain’s military is losing credibility. Your Bible explains why.

At any given time, 1 out of 3 British warplanes can’t fly, according to recent information provided by the Royal Air Force. Out of 434 total aircraft, including training aircraft and helicopters, 142 are currently unavailable due to maintenance needs or being in long-term storage. Many fear the nation’s shrinking military power is taking it down a dangerous path.

Britain’s main fighter is the Eurofighter Typhoon. Approximately 55 of 156 Typhoons were unable to be deployed at the time the raf released its report. Five of the raf’s 20 Airbus A400M transport aircraft are in storage, possibly to save costs, possibly undergoing major maintenance. Such a low readiness level is unusual for a plane that only entered raf service in 2014. More than 80 other aircraft are also in storage in the “sustainment fleet,” undergoing long-term maintenance and upgrades or parked because the Air Force does not have enough money or manpower to fly and maintain them all at once.

The National Audit Office says Britain’s current recruiting shortfall is the “largest gap in a decade.” The military as a whole has experienced a 24 percent shortfall in the number of recruits between 2016 and 2017. In the Army, those choosing to leave the service increased from 3.8 percent per year in 2010 to 5.6 percent per year by the end of 2017. The recruiting shortfall has left the Air Force with 800 fewer pilots than it needs. At the same time, Britain is cutting its defense budget. The Ministry of Defense has tried to cut costs by introducing 10-year spending plans, delaying modernization, and other temporary measures. However, this will increase future costs and reduce capabilities, causing the British military to lose credibility. Already raf Eurofighter capabilities have been cut to the point that when Russian bombers fly near British airspace, fighter intercepts sometimes must take off from bases further away, taking longer to reach the Russians, who note the sluggish reaction times.

The Royal Air Force centenary was in 2018, but its budget problems and reduced capabilities were little cause for celebration. The Royal Navy observed its centenary in 2017, when its fleet of six new £1 billion Type-45 destroyers spent 80 percent of the year tied up in port with engine problems that aren’t scheduled to be fixed until 2020.

Shadow Defense Minister Nia Griffith stated:

Conservative cuts have had a crippling effect on this country’s defenses and our ability to respond to the range of threats that the UK faces. In 2017, it was the year of the Navy, but so many of our frigates and destroyers are tied up for months on end. In 2018, when we were all so proud to mark the centenary of the raf, it is very surprising that so much equipment is unavailable.

To readers of the Trumpet, however, this should not come as a surprise. This is yet another sign of the long, downward spiral of Britain’s national power. In his June 2015 Key of David program, “Times of the Gentiles,” Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry said this about Britain’s shrinking military power:

[T]his violent world, is becoming one big military arsenal of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction and all kinds of conventional warfare armaments. But as we look at these powers of the world, they keep expanding their military as the United States and Britain shrink theirs. Does that really make sense to you? What is happening in this world? And what is happening to America and Britain at this time in our history?

Herbert W. Armstrong, author of The United States and Britain in Prophecy and editor in chief of the Plain Truth newsmagazine, taught that the British peoples descended from the ancient Israelites. The Bible gives detailed prophecies of Israel’s descendants receiving blessings of national power, then rebelling against God, and experiencing the catastrophic loss of that power.

Your Bible says that Britain—and the entire world—will be punished for rebellion against God. But that is not the end for Britain. The British and the whole world have a far more glorious future ahead.

To learn more about Britain’s origins and what is prophesied to occur in the years ahead, request your free copy of The United States and Britain in Prophecy, by Herbert W. Armstrong.

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An Exciting Announcement About Sunday, February 24

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An Exciting Announcement About Sunday, February 24

The following is from the Trumpet Brief sent out yesterday. These daily e-mails contain personal messages from the Trumpet staff. Click here to join the over 20,000 members of our mailing list, so you don’t miss another message.

On Dec. 26, 1941, Winston Churchill concluded his address to the United States Congress by telling American leaders: “I will say that he must indeed have a blind soul who cannot see that some great purpose and design is being worked out here below of which we have the honor to be the faithful servants.”

Churchill wasn’t a particularly religious man. But he was a soldier and a devoted historian, and his experience in both these fields allowed him to recognize the existence of a higher authority.

Some of the feedback I have received over the years suggests that more than a few Trumpet readers identify with Churchill in this regard. Many readers are not especially religious; they don’t pray or study the Bible. But neither do they completely dismiss God or the Bible. Many readers observe world conditions and trends, and quietly wonder if there isn’t some divine explanation. Many have studied historic and contemporary events and have seen how they correlate with Bible prophecy, and they wonder if there might be some connection to the Bible. Many look at this world and wonder if we are in the “end times.” Like Churchill, many readers believe that there is a mysterious “great purpose and design” being worked out on Earth, and they want to learn more about it.

This leads me to an exciting announcement: On Sunday, February 24, Stephen Flurry, executive editor of the Philadelphia Trumpet and host of the Trumpet Daily Radio Show, will conduct our first live Online Appearance Campaign. This special video broadcast event will stream on theTrumpet.com. If you have an account with theTrumpet.com, you can watch.

Mr. Flurry is on the radio every weekday and presents the Key of Davidtelevision program here in the United Kingdom. In his live address on February 24, he will explore the “great purpose and design” being worked out here below, and will show you that you have an incredible role in this divine plan. If you want to learn the divine explanation for what is going on here below, then mark your calendar for February 24.

The campaign will broadcast live on this page. It begins at 4 p.m. (GMT). If you are in America, the address begins at 8 a.m. (Pacific), 10 a.m. (Central) and 11 a.m. (Eastern). (Click here to convert to your local time.)

Make sure you have an account at theTrumpet.com. Log in ahead of time to ensure you will be ready on February 24. If you do not have an account yet, signing up is free and easy: Just click here.

Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry has presented Personal Appearance Campaigns in several cities over the years, but we have never conducted an online campaign. We are excited about the potential to reach a larger audience and to connect more personally with our regular readers.

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China and Germany to Bring Financial Cooperation ‘to a New High’

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China and Germany to Bring Financial Cooperation ‘to a New High’

U.S. trade protectionism pushes China and Germany toward a brief economic alliance.

Germany and China promised on January 18 to increase cooperation in banking and finance at the second China-Germany High Level Financial Dialogue in Beijing. The two nations are aiming to broaden each others’ markets to oppose the United States. Agreements signed include deals to increase the use of offshore renminbi in Frankfurt, Germany, and to deepen coordination between Chinese and German banks.

The agreements signed between the two nations reflect China’s willingness to move its economy away from the U.S. and closer to Germany, the world’s fourth-largest economy. The joint statement of the China-Germany Dialogue said, “The two sides will make joint efforts to improve international economic governance, maintain the global multilateral system, combat trade protectionism,” referring to isolationist U.S. trade policies.

“Both sides promise to protect multilateralism and the principles of free trade, and resolutely support the rules-based, wto-centered multilateral trade system,” Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, an influential economic adviser to President Xi Jinping, said. “Today, there have been some signs of a slow down in the world economy, market volatility has increased, and there is a rise in various kinds of uncertainty,” He added, pointing to how U.S.-China trade war has affected the world’s economy.

The United States imposed tariffs on European steel and aluminum last year and has threatened to extend tariffs on European car and car parts. The Trump administration has also levied tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods.

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, who attended the dialogue in Beijing, said, “It is important that contrary to recent trends [U.S.-China trade war] that we can observe elsewhere, we are seeing progress in our cooperation. … And we have a lot of common interests in financial matters, and then we need to bring different perspectives together. I believe that is the very important task of this financial dialogue.”

Nations like Germany have long been concerned about China’s economic practices. Because China’s business firms are controlled by the government, Europe fears that its foreign direct investment in China could be manipulated by the government. Chinese investors have taken a keen interest in investing money on European companies that specialize in technology. Europe is wary of ongoing Chinese thefts of American intellectual property and is concerned that China might steal its technological know-how as well. But despite these stumbling blocks, China and Germany are laying aside differences and building a trade alliance as a response to U.S. tariffs. This turn of events will set the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Around 2,000 years ago, God inspired the Prophet Isaiah to write about a trade bloc led by China and Germany. Isaiah 23:3 refers to this trade bloc as a “mart of nations.”

Verse 1 mentions “Chittim,” a nation prophesied to have a leading position in the bloc. In his booklet Isaiah’s End-Time Vision, Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry writes, “Isaiah 23:1 has a prophecy about ‘the land of Chittim.’ … This biblical name refers to both the island of Cyprus and to the nation of China, whose progenitors first populated Cyprus and gave it its name.”

This passage also names “Tyre” as the other leading nation in the “mart of nations” alliance. Mr. Flurry continues:

The spiritual center of the Holy Roman Empire is called Babylon in your Bible (Revelation 17:5; 18:1-3). But here in Isaiah, the Bible refers to Tyre (and its allies Zidon, etc) as the commercial center of this European power. By understanding the spiritual and the commercial powers, you can understand what colossus is rising in Europe.

This prophecy also shows that Japan, Russia and other nations will also be involved in this massive trading bloc. “Isaiah 23 discusses the destruction of the destroyer of Israel—the Holy Roman Empire. But whom does God use to destroy [Israel]? Russia, China and Japan ally themselves and do that deed. They are called the kings of the east,” continues Mr. Flurry. (The modern descendants of ancient Israel include the United Kingdom and the United States.)

God prophesied that, in the end time, China and Germany would form a huge trade alliance to bring the modern descendants of Israel down economically and punish them for their sins. Mr. Flurry writes:

With a German-led Europe (the king of the north) possessing great maritime power, North America will be surrounded on the east by Europe …. The Bible contains many prophecies of that European power attacking America—and many other prophecies of America being besieged.

That is where China and the giants of Asia enter the picture. When the Holy Roman Empire attacks North America, there will be no help or sympathy from Asia. In fact, considering that China has come to possess most of the world’s strategic sea gates (which, ironically, at one time were held by Britain and America), we believe there may be a brief alliance between the German-led Holy Roman Empire and certain Asian powers (Russia, China, Japan—the kings of the east). Should Europe, the resurrected Holy Roman Empire, find a way to take advantage—even for a moment—of key resources and strategic holdings of China, Russia and Japan, it would have more than enough power to besiege the Anglo-Saxon nations and enslave them.

This is why Isaiah’s prophecy of an end-time “mart of nations” that includes both European and Asian powers is so intriguing. And why the trend of collusion between these two great economic blocs is worth watching.

To understand more about what the China-Germany collusion entails, please request your free copy of Mr. Flurry’s booklet Isaiah’s End-Time Vision.

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Iran’s Nuclear Program Continues?

Iran’s nuclear boss: ‘Preliminary activities for designing modern 20 percent enriched uranium fuel have begun.’

A January 11 report on Iran’s nuclear archive by analysts has revealed the existence of Project 110, a component of Iran’s amad nuclear program. Project 110 was created for the purpose of developing and producing nuclear warheads. This startling discovery shows that Iran has made progress on developing a nuclear bomb. It shows how much closer Iran was in its production of a warhead than previously recognized. But it leaves one question unanswered: How close is Iran now?

Israeli agents discovered and removed the trove of documents on Jan. 31, 2018, in a night raid. The agents located a secret warehouse in the commercial district of Iran’s capital, Tehran, cut into 32 safes, and removed 50,000 pages of top-secret files and 163 compact discs containing memos, videos and plans—all relating to Iran’s development of nuclear technology.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu first revealed the contents of the Iranian Nuclear Archive to United States President Donald Trump in a private briefing. A few days later, President Trump followed through on his commitment and announced that he would withdraw the U.S. from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear agreement and reimpose sanctions on Iran. Netanyahu publicly announced the news of the raid and the documents that the Israelis had extracted in April 2018. Since then, analysts have been scanning through the trove’s nearly half-ton of documents. Physicist David Albright, founder of the Institute for Science and International Security, is one of the analysts who has repeatedly visited Israel to examine the archive. He, along with three others from the institute, is the author of the January 11 report discussing Project 110.

Two of the four summary points the institute lists in the report are as follows:

  1. Documentation from the nuclear archives reveals a major, former nuclear weapons site under Project 110 of the amad plan that was not previously identified. Project 110 was charged with the development and production of nuclear warheads
  2. The most likely purpose of this site was as a production-scale facility to produce uranium metal components for nuclear weapons, fulfilling Iran’s long-time quest to acquire and develop uranium metallurgy and components suitable for nuclear weapon manufacturing

The report said, “The material extracted from the archives shows that the amad program had the intention to build five nuclear warhead systems for missile delivery.”

Project 110 was the specific branch of the amad program designated with the creation of uranium metal components. To do this, a mixture of uranium tetrafluoride and magnesium are placed into a refractory-lined steel vessel, sealed, and then heated to about 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit (or 650 degrees Celsius) until the uranium melts. It is then poured into a mold to cast uranium metal parts for a nuclear warhead.

It is unclear where these completed parts were sent. Designs show, however, that a production facility was planned at the same site.

The nuclear agreement, implemented on Jan. 16, 2016, and signed by Iran along with China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, obligated Iran to drastically reduce its stockpile of enriched uranium, reduce the number of its gas centrifuges, and limit its enrichment of uranium to 3.67 percent, among other stipulations.

“[T]he new information shows the insufficiency of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s previous efforts to address this effort,” the January 11 report stated.

Details in the report reveal that the Iran nuclear deal was signed despite a severely inaccurate understanding of just how close Iran had actually come to developing a nuclear bomb. Therefore its regulations, designed to curb Iran’s nuclear program, were flawed from the beginning.

The deal was created to lengthen Iran’s “nuclear breakout” time to one year, meaning that if Iran abandoned any restrictions and pursued a nuclear weapon as rapidly as possible, it would still require at least 12 months, in which opposing nations could organize some sort of countermeasure. But Project 110 “implies a much faster rate of weapons assembly than asserted in the lead-up to the Iran nuclear deal.”

Some analysts have now estimated that Iran’s breakout time could be as little as five months.

What Is Iran Doing Now?

The two Iranian signatories of the nuclear agreement were both heavily involved in the nuclear program. Since then, they have risen up the ranks in Iran’s ballistic missile and nuclear programs. Amir Ali Hajizadeh is the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Aerospace Force, while Sayed Shamsuddin Borborudi, former head of procurement and logistics at amad, is now the deputy head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.

Could Iran still be using the very same officials of the amad project to continue its work under the cover of ballistic missile testing?

Iran recently attempted, unsuccessfully, to launch its own satellite into orbit using domestically manufactured rockets. Although the launch failed, the same technology, if perfected, could be adapted to develop a long-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.

Albright told Foreign Policy that, if Iran restarts its centrifuges, it could enrich enough weapons-grade uranium to build its first nuclear weapon in about seven to 12 months.

And on December 13, Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, stated, “Preliminary activities for designing modern 20 percent (enriched uranium) fuel have begun.”

Enriching uranium to 20 percent would directly violate the nuclear agreement.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Sahlei said, “If we have to go back and withdraw from the nuclear deal, we certainly do not go back to where we were before.” Instead, “[w]e will be standing on a much, much higher position.”

As far back as 2007, Jordanian King Abdullah ii stated, “Iran, I believe, does have aspirations to develop nuclear weapons. The Iranians themselves are saying that.” Despite denials from the Iranian government, it has been clear for years that Iran is pursuing nuclear weapons. Now that recent reports have revealed how much further Iran was than previously recognized, the world is beginning to wake up.

After the U.S. withdrew from the nuclear deal in May, it has reimposed sanctions on Iran’s crucial oil and shipping sectors, among other areas, and also banned Iran from using the U.S. dollar as a currency for international trade. The European Union attempted to keep the deal alive by circumventing U.S. sanctions and creating a “special purpose vehicle” to conduct financial transactions with Iran. On January 8, however, the EU imposed its first sanctions on Iran in three years, targeting its intelligence agency. Though the sanctions are small, they signal that Europe may be hardening its position against Iran as well.

Iranian leaders see this as a breach of contract, according to Iran’s government-controlled Tasnim News Agency. Among their tools for retaliation is making the decision to restart centrifuges, increasing uranium enrichment, and racing to finish building their first nuclear weapon.

All of this is leading to a violent clash between Iran and Europe. This clash was prophesied in the Holy Bible about 2,500 years ago.

“And at the time of the end shall the king of the south push at him: and the king of the north shall come against him like a whirlwind, with chariots, and with horsemen, and with many ships; and he shall enter into the countries, and shall overflow and pass over” (Daniel 11:40).

Trumpet editor in chief Gerald Flurry identified radical Islam, led by Iran, as “the king of the south,” which provokes a united Europe, led by Germany, or “the king of the north.” He has also described Iran’s nuclear ambitions and its ballistic missile development as aspects of its “push” against the European Union. In The King of the South, Mr. Flurry writes:

The king of the south, or Iran, is going to “push at him”—that is, the king of the north (the European Union). Gesenius’ Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon says the word push means “to strike—used of horned animals,” or “to push with the horn.” …

Iran is extremely radical—the king over radical Islam. Where is this nation’s pushiness leading? To war! Just as it has in the past. It’s leading to terrifying war with weapons of mass destruction.

After the U.S. reimposed sanctions on Iran, in an article titled “Will Sanctions Slow Iran’s Quest for Domination?”, we wrote:

The European “king of the north” will perhaps realize by the point of the Daniel 11:40 clash that mitigating the impact of sanctions on Iran doesn’t help change the behavior of Iranian leaders. It will perhaps realize by that point that the economic pressure of sanctions also doesn’t do much to change the behavior of Iranian leaders ….

The current U.S. and EU sanctions against Iran, while they are having a severe impact on its economy, have not stopped and will not stop Iran’s quest for domination. No economic penalties will stop Iran’s ideologically driven quest for power. The only thing that will stop Iran is superior military force.

Watch for Iran to continue its nuclear and missile programs as it pushes against Europe, and watch for Europe to further harden its position against Iran.

For more information about Iran’s push against Europe and the clash that is coming, request your free copy of The King of the South.

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Iran Suspected in Worldwide Cyberattacks

‘Unprecedented’ cyberattacks targeting Western governments and organizations have been traced to hackers in the Islamic Republic.

FireEye, a California cybersecurity and intelligence firm, released a report on January 9 linking Iran to a pattern of cyberattacks dating back to 2017. These attacks targeted nations in North America, Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The report states, “This campaign has targeted victims across the globe on an almost unprecedented scale, with a high degree of success.”

This series of attacks, occurring from January 2017 up to the present, targeted telecommunications organizations and Internet infrastructure entities, commercial businesses handling sensitive information, and even government bodies. The hackers accessed sensitive information belonging to the organizations, as well as personal information belonging to individuals registered with these organizations. The FireEye report stated:

Preliminary technical evidence allows us to assess with moderate confidence that this activity is conducted by persons based in Iran and that the activity aligns with Iranian government interests.

  • FireEye Intelligence identified access from Iranian IPs to machines used to intercept, record and forward network traffic. While geolocation of an IP address is a weak indicator, these IP addresses were previously observed during the response to an intrusion attributed to Iranian cyberespionage actors.
  • The entities targeted by this group include Middle Eastern governments whose confidential information would be of interest to the Iranian government and have relatively little financial value.

Cyberattacks across the world have increased dramatically in the past decade. According to the Financial Times, the global number of cybersecurity incidents that occurred in 2009 was less than 5 million. By 2015, that number had jumped to nearly 60 million. It is clear that this is a new and growing field of battle and a chief point of concern for vulnerable governments and other organizations.

A 2016 World Economic Forum article listed the world’s most prominent “cyber superpowers,” which included China, Israel, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Although Iran did not make the list, the article did specifically point out that “Iran is rapidly developing its cybercapabilities and is thought to be behind several major attacks in the [Middle Eastern] region.”

Iran has a history of using cyberwarfare to achieve its goals. In August 2012, an attack was carried out by an Iranian group known as Cutting Sword of Justice against Saudi Arabia’s state oil company, Saudi Aramco. The company lost 30,000 of its 40,000 computers, and sensitive information was stolen. Saudi Aramco nearly collapsed as a result. Data from 75 percent of Aramco’s computers was completely wiped.

The attack on Saudi Aramco was reportedly conducted by the Iranian group as retaliation for Saudi Arabia’s actions in Syria, Bahrain, Yemen, Lebanon and Egypt, many of which have attempted to contain Iran’s expansion of power.

This was the first significant use of malware used to attack an organization for political and social aims, and it showed that traditional antivirus software was not enough to protect against such advanced cyberattacks.

More recently, since 2017 Iran has been linked to a cyber influence operation that has targeted groups in the U.S., Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.

This operation involved fabricated news sites and fake social media accounts that promote agendas and policies favorable to Iran, such as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear agreement, pro-Palestinian news stories, and anti-Israel sentiments. These false sites set up by Iran posed as Western left-leaning news organizations.

Besides pushing liberal agendas to further Iran’s purposes, this attack also involved stealing personal information from individuals who registered at the false news websites.

Iran’s history of cyberattacks, highlighted by this most recent incident, ties in with Bible prophecies. Daniel 11:40 describes a “king of the south” (radical Islam, led by Iran) pushing against a “king of the north” (united Europe, led by Germany). For information on these world players, request The King of the South and Germany and the Holy Roman Empire.

These cyberattacks, which have targeted some European nations and organizations, could contribute to Iran’s push against Europe. They demonstrate Iran’s emboldened behavior and aggressive foreign policy.

Even more specifically, these attacks could point toward the formation of the Psalm 83 alliance. This psalm lists a group of nations allied with Assur (modern Germany). Included in this alliance are “the Ishmaelites,” who comprise modern-day Saudi Arabia and its smaller Gulf neighbors. Saudi Arabia has been on the receiving end of devastating cyberattacks from Iran, including the 2012 Saudi Aramco incident. No doubt, this latest attack from Iran targeted its greatest regional rival.

Saudi Arabia and its Gulf neighbors are prophesied to ally with the German-led king of the north, and these attacks could push the kingdom to rely on European help to bolster its cybersecurity.

In the coming months and years, watch for Iran to continue its bold, pushy attacks against Europe and Europe’s Middle Eastern allies—not only militarily and through terror proxies, but also in cyberspace. For more information, request your free copy of The King of the South.