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A Volatile U.S. Political Landscape Is Spurring NATO to Invest More in Europe’s Defenses

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Published: DECEMBER 5, 2022 11:11 AM EST  BY BRIAN BENNETT 

When Joe Biden flew to the wind-swept coast of Cornwall, England, for his first major meeting with leaders of allied nations in June 2021, he wanted to footstomp that the Trumpian era of publicly berating allies and eschewing international cooperation was over. He later recalled declaring to a meeting of foreign leaders, “America is back.” In response, French President Emmanuel Macron and three other leaders asked him the same question: “For how long?”

A year and a half later, that looming anxiety among European allies hasn’t gone away. Even after Biden took the lead in corralling a unified response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine and increased American troop presence in Europe, there’s a lingering sense of unease that the long-term U.S. commitment to Europe’s security remains too vulnerable to the unpredictable gusts of American politics.

The midterm campaigns last month were a wakeup call. Several Trump-backed candidates expressed skepticism over U.S. military involvement in Ukraine. European leaders and diplomats were relieved when that isolationism didn’t overtake Congress amid a Republican red wave, but some of those candidates did win and many others came close.

Europe’s leaders are looking nervously at what the 2024 Presidential election cycle may mean for U.S. support for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, which former President Donald Trump has long criticized and wanted to walk away from. And that’s added to the urgency of efforts to get the U.S. to bolster NATO as much as possible in the next two years, before a possible shift in the political winds.

“There was more concern before the outcome of the midterm elections,” says François Heisbourg, a strategic analyst and advisor to the Foundation for Strategic Research, a think tank in Paris. “Now the concern shifts further down the line and changes in nature.”

That concern has played into Macron’s hands, who was the guest of honor last week at Biden’s first state dinner and has spent years insisting that Europe needed to rely less on the U.S. military for its own defense. On Dec. 13, Macron will be hosting an international meeting in Paris, where he hopes to bolster support for Ukraine and NATO.

Europe has become very weary of the direction of the U.S.A under its various administrations and does not believe that they can always rely on America to defend them.  This is why Europe under NATO is building up its on defenses.  This is interesting as we know from Bible Prophecy that NATO will come to an end and Europe will be allied with Russia at the time of the end conflict of Armageddon.  If the leaders of the EU believe that there long term security rests on having a Security Pact with Russia, NATO’s existence in its current form will be an issue that may see it’s demise. 

The Bible has long revealed that Russia and an EU Army will enter into a final conflict with Israel and the Middle East.  Germany is the key country in what Bible Prophecy refers to as the land of “Magog”. They are spoken of militarily as the “King of the North”.  Together the Bible says that Russia and the EU will invade the Middle East in the Last Days.  So Bible Students expect to see Germany and France taking a greater role in leading Europe.  It is also interesting to see Germany taking greater control of a continent they tried to take by war and failed.

Yet again we see in Todays News Headlines words that show how the Nations are fulfilling the latter day alignment of Nations as Prophesied by the Bible. 

See this article to learn more about this and the latter day prophecies of the Bible.

See this article for more on this subject: WHAT IS NEXT FOR EUROPE