Luke 12:53 The father shall be divided against the son, and the son against the father; the mother against the daughter, and the daughter against the mother; the mother in law against her daughter in law, and the daughter in law against her mother in law.
The US Government has become politically divided and is in discord and disunity. The political division affecting and splitting America is a direct result of its efforts to ‘divide Jerusalem’ via the ‘Deal of the Century’ or the regional covenant of peace and security in the Middle East. Throughout scripture, God has made it abundantly clear that Jerusalem is the ‘apple of his eye’ and has his stamp of ownership on it … above all other cities on earth. God makes it adequately clear in Zechariah 12:3 that any nation that attempts to cut or divide up Jerusalem, will themselves be cut up or divided. As such, the US is cut or divided politically because of its leadership role in attempting to split God’s Holy City of earthly Jerusalem. Plain and simple.
OK. So it’s clear about the accelerating implosion of political unity in the US. Political discord will get worse and become angrier, antagonistic, confrontational, and hateful with little to no compromise, concession, agreement or unity. Contempt and distrust rules the day. Some would say this is already the case not only between Democrats and Republicans, but also within each party. Whether you believe the US being extremely divided is a result of God’s wrath for its role in dividing Jerusalem or not, it doesn’t matter. The fact remains that the US is becoming bitterly more and more divided. This division has also taken place in culture (LGBTQP+ social inclusiveness agenda), economics (income inequality), etc. The list can go on. America is divided on so many levels, not just politically.
American Divided, Split, Cut; America Divided with Nato. Trump’s America is no longer a world ‘leader’ – Macron ally in brutal assessment of US
EMMANUEL Macron’s damning diagnosis that the US-led NATO military alliance is “brain dead” has irked his European allies, but that’s a risk the French president is willing to take if it forces them to face up to the fact America is no longer acting like a world “leader,” MEP Nathalie Loiseau said on Monday.
By ROMINA MCGUINESS PUBLISHED: 18:47, Tue, Nov 12, 2019 | UPDATED: 19:04, Tue, Nov 12, 2019. Express.co.uk
The French centrist urged the bloc to draw conclusions from the fact they were dealing for the first time with a US president who “doesn’t share our idea of the European project”. “In terms of political strategy, we have for two years now been living with an American partner which is no longer prepared to play the role of world leader – knowingly and willingly,” Mrs Loiseau, a key Macron ally, told France Info radio. US President Donald Trump was the first person to question US commitment to NATO by calling it “obsolete,” Mrs Loiseau argued.
She said: “Trump says NATO is obsolete and at the same time, we have Washington which sees Europe’s security needs as a ‘burden’. And then Turkey, a NATO ally, launched a military incursion into Syria which has undermined European security. Things are not going well and we’re not afraid to say it.”
Mrs Loiseau continued: “What Mr Macron is fighting against right now is [European] resignation.”
In an interview with The Economist magazine last week, Mr Macron warned fellow EU states that NATO was dying, citing a lack of strategic coordination and US unpredictability under the Trump administration.
The 41-year-old centrist said the bloc could no longer rely on the US to defend its allies and needed to take its security into its own hands.
The bloc failed to stop Turkey – NATO’s second-largest military force – from launching an offensive in northeastern Syria and was caught off guard by Mr Trump’s decision to pull his troops from the area, where France and others are fighting ISIS jihadists.
“I care a lot about this relationship and have invested a great deal in it with President Trump. But we find ourselves for the first time with an American president who doesn’t share our idea of the European project, and American policy is diverging from this project,” Mr Macron said.
For the French leader, tough talk is needed to shake Europe out of its torpor before NATO’s December 4 summit in London.
“We’re perfectly aware it’s risky. When you tell it like it is, it’s inevitable that you spark irritations, tension, sometimes divisions,” a French official told Reuters.
“It can hurt initially, but sometimes that becomes the basis for the future unity,” the source added.
France’s former ambassador to Washington, Gérard Araud, also defended Mr Macron, saying on Twitter that “Europeans are ostriches who don’t want to see their beloved world is fading”.
While Mr Macron has spearheaded initiatives to boost Europe’s defence capabilities, he says they can only complement rather than replace NATO, and has not said how he wants to fix NATO’s problems.
France has in the past had an ambivalent role in the military alliance, taking no part in its strategic planning from 1966 to 2009 despite being a founding member.
Despite efforts by Mr Macron’s inner circle to quash the controversy, his remarks have drawn a sharp rebuke from his allies.
“The French president has found rather drastic words to express his views. This is not how I see the state of cooperation at NATO,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel told a news conference in Berlin alongside NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
Mr Stoltenberg, for his part, told Reuters the defence alliance had overcome differences in the past, citing the 1956 Suez Crisis and the 2003 Iraq War.
Russia, however, said Mr Macron’s comments were an accurate depiction of NATO’s current state.
“Golden words … an exact definition of the current state of NATO,” Maria Zakharova, Russia’s foreign ministry spokeswoman, wrote on her Facebook page.
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