The Imminent Demise of Christianity in America: “Come out of her my people lest you share her plagues…”


by Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News:

In my last article, I documented how a modern-day interpretation of Biblical prophecy taking into account recent events that have occurred since 2020 and the Great COVID Scam can easily lead one to conclude that the “revived Roman Empire” that many see in the book of Revelation can really only be applied to the United States as “The Great Prostitute” and “Babylon”, which is the object of God’s fierce anger and “last day” judgments against “Babylon”, and “the Beast” which is the financial system. See:


Is Lady Liberty (Columbia) the “Great Prostitute” of Prophecy Residing in Washington D.C., the Revived Roman Empire to Fall During the “Last Days”

As I write this today, on December 7, 2023, world events are rapidly developing into what many people are referring to as an imminent “doomsday” scenario. These events are unfolding so fast right now, that I just simply do not have time to cover all of them, even though I am staying on top of them.

Here are some of the news items (much of it censored in the U.S. Corporate Media) that have occurred in the past few days that suggest time is short now before major, cataclysmic events erupt:

Israel Lambasts UN Chief For Invoking Article 99 In Rare Move; Pressure Mounts On U.S.

Israel has lashed out at the UN secretary-general for invoking article 99 over the Gaza war. This is the first time in Antonio Guterres’ tenure and in five decades that the article has been invoked. The rare and powerful move allows the UN secy-gen to bring any issue seen as threatening international peace to security council’s attention. It was invoked last in 1971 during the India-Pakistan crisis that led to the birth of Bangladesh. Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said that the tenure of Guterres is “a danger to world peace,” and his letter shows that he backs Hamas. (Source.)

Putin makes rare trip to Middle East to meet with UAE and Saudi leaders

The Russian leader has been bolstering his partnerships with Gulf nations as Moscow faces growing isolation by the West.

Escorted by four fighter jets, Russian President Vladimir Putin has made a rare one-day lightning tour to the Middle East during which he visited Saudi Arabia after a short trip to the United Arab Emirates.

Putin landed on Wednesday in Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, which is hosting the United Nations COP28 climate talks. He was escorted to the presidential palace, where he was greeted with a 21-gun salute and a flyby of UAE military jets trailing smoke in the colours of the Russian flag.

The Gulf nation’s President Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan called Putin his “dear friend”.

“I am happy to meet you again,” Sheikh Mohammed said. He later issued a statement saying they discussed “the importance of strengthening dialogue and cooperation to ensure stability and progress”.

The Russian leader echoed those sentiments.

“Our relations, largely due to your position, have reached an unprecedentedly high level,” Putin told Sheikh Mohammed. “The UAE is Russia’s main trading partner in the Arab world.”

Putin then jetted off to Riyadh, where he met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud – their first face-to-face meeting since October 2019.

In introductory remarks shown on Russian television, Putin thanked the crown prince for his invitation, saying he had originally expected MBS to visit Moscow, “but there were changes to plans”.

Their next meeting should take place in Moscow, he said, adding: “Nothing can prevent the development of our friendly relations.”

Putin’s meeting with the Saudi crown prince came after oil prices fell, despite a pledge by OPEC+, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as well as allies led by Russia, to further reduce output.

However, it was not immediately clear what Putin, who has rarely left Russia since the start of the Ukraine war, intended to raise specifically about oil or geopolitics with the crown prince of the world’s largest crude exporter.

On Thursday, Putin will host the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Moscow. Following that, the UAE will welcome Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday and Saturday.

Putin’s rare trip to the region is his first since July 2022, when he met Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Iran.

The Russian leader has made few international trips after the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for him in March, accusing him of deporting Ukrainian children.

Neither the UAE nor Saudi Arabia have signed the ICC’s founding treaty, and are not obligated to arrest him if he enters their territories. (Full article.)

US Officials Accuse Biden Admin Of Downplaying Attacks From Iran-Backed Houthis

Some US officials are criticizing the Biden administration for deliberately downplaying the threat from Yemen’s Houthis on US naval forces, Politico reported Tuesday. The criticism follows an attack on Sunday on several commercial vessels in the Red Sea, which forced a US Navy warship to scramble to respond.

The Yemeni resistance movement launched missiles and drones against three separate commercial vessels. The USS Carney fired back, taking down three unmanned aerial drones. It is unclear whether the US Navy ship was also a target of the attack or was simply coming to the aid of the commercial vessels.

Defense Department and Biden administration officials, including national security adviser Jake Sullivan, have said the US “cannot assess” whether the USS Carney was the target of the attacks.

After previous Houthi drone and missile attacks on commercial shipping vessels, the Pentagon said officials did not believe the group was targeting the warships.

But four other officials with knowledge of the discussions said in interviews with Politico that Biden administration officials are playing down the threat to avoid an escalation amid Israel’s war with Hamas in Gaza.

The Houthis have made clear it is targeting commercial ships with ties to Israel, and has launched missiles toward the Israeli port city of Eilat in support of the Palestinians. (Full article.)

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