Beware Turkey’s Dangerous New UN Refugee Role


Zero Hedge: Turkey, thanks to the United Nations, will now officially be in charge of deciding not only who is a refugee but also where he or she will be placed or transferred. Turkish state authorities have repeatedly threatened to flood Europe with refugees, such as President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s message to Europe in 2016:

“You cried out when 50,000 refugees were at the Kapikule border. You started asking what you would do if Turkey would open the gates. Look at me — if you go further, those border gates will be open. You should know that.” 

Given the Turkish threats, this new official position for Turkey should be of concern. more …

Opinion: Hey, did you hear the one about Turkey being in charge of designating refugee status at the UN? Oops, it is no joke, and now Recep Erdogan, a rabid Hamas supporter, has a strangle-hold over the EU.

Image result for erdogan and hamasErdogan with Khaled Mashaal leader of Hamas

Mess with Erdogan and he just might open the floodgates of Islamic refuges that are waiting to stream into Europe, which may be one of the catalysts that bring down the EU and fulfill Daniel 7:24,

The ten horns are ten kings
Who shall arise from this kingdom …” 

The EU is teetering on chaos. Birth rates have fallen to dangerously low levels causing Brussels to ignore the Muslim pillar of hijra or immigration jihad.

Instead of bringing their problems to God, they have taken the path of Pope Francis and embraced Islamic refugees from terror nations in the hopes they will assimilate into EU culture. EU leaders have ignored that Muslims have a religious duty to impose their faith upon the entire world through a combination of force (jihad) and lying called taqiyya in Arabic.

Now the rest of Daniel 7:24:

“And another shall rise after them;
He shall be different from the first ones,
And shall subdue three kings”

That king is Antichrist, and if our premise is correct he will be out of the blood line of Amalek, through Esau, only able to be stopped by Jesus (Isaiah 63:1-3 ;2 Thessalonians 2:8).