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Defending the camp of the saints

March 12, 2012

Defending the camp of the saints. Unprecedented outbreak of sanity in the European Union.

French presidential [re-election] hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy has hardened his stance against immigration, claiming that France would exit Europe’s open-border zone if the EU fails to clamp down on illegal immigration. [/] France will be the first country to suspend participation in the Schengen Area if no progress is made in curtailing illegal immigration in France, said incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy in front of cheering supporters at a Sunday campaign rally. http://bit.ly/wFPVaI

Camp of the Saints - book cover

Situation has been amply forseen in prophecy. But generally ignored by those entrusted with safety and preservation of the West.

[Sadness and silliness in recent prophecy.] Most of the story centers on the French Riviera, where almost no one remains except for the military and a few civilians, including a retired professor who has been watching the huge fleet of run down freighters approaching the French coast. The story alternates between the French reaction to the mass immigration and the attitude of the immigrants. They have no desire to assimilate into French culture but want the plentiful goods that are in short supply in their native India. Although the novel focuses on France, the rest of the West shares its fate. Near the end of the story the mayor of New York City is made to share Gracie Mansion with three families from Harlem, http://bit.ly/w1snQL

[Joy and justice in earlier prophecy.] They went up on the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of the saints and the beloved city. And fire came down from God out of heaven and devoured them. http://bg4.me/w8nKiy

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