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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Vladimir Putin calls for 'Eurasia' currency union

Prophecy Sign:  The future 10 Kings, (kingdoms) - World Division

The world is gradually being broken into economic empires which gather a like-minded group of nations together under one economic union and currency.  We already have the European Union, with a North American Union, Eurasian Union and Asian Union, (among others), looking to establish themselves.  In fact, the Club of Rome, (an economic think-tank), has already delineated the world into 10 economic regions.

Bible prophecy indicates that during the early reign of the Antichrist, there will be 10 brand new kingdoms which will spring up for a brief period of time and will work alongside the Antichrist to bring about a New Economic World Order.

The ten horns which you saw are ten kings who have not yet received a kingdom, but they receive authority as kings with the beast for one hour. "These have one purpose, and they give their power and authority to the beast. Revelation 17:12-13 NASB

Vladimir Putin calls for 'Eurasia' currency union
Vladimir Putin proposed on Friday creating a regional currency union with Belarus and Kazakhstan, Russia's partners in a political and economic union made up of former Soviet republics. Mr Putin made his proposal at a meeting with the Belarussian and Kazakh presidents which highlighted the challenges facing the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union following the fall in global oil prices and the decline of the Russian rouble. "The time has come to start thinking about forming a currency union," Mr Putin said after the talks in the Kazakh capital Astana with Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. He gave no details of the proposal but suggested it would be easier to meet economic challenges by working closely together.

Russia's new Eurasian Economic Union could get its own single currency
Putin instructed Russia's central bank earlier this month to work with both the government and other central banks "to determine the future direction of integration in the monetary and financial sectors in the framework of the Eurasian Economic Union with the study of the feasibility of establishing in the future monetary union." The deadline on the Kremlin instruction is September 1, so there should be more news on the monetary union's progress by then. It looks as if the Eurasian Union is trying to go for an accelerated version of the process the European Union went through in the second half of the 20th century. The Eurasian Union has already spent years trying to create a single market among the countries involved, without trade tariffs, and it is now looking toward further integration. 

Australia signals approval of China-based AIIB; Japan divided
Australia said on Friday there was a lot of merit in the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) while Japan's finance minister signalled cautious approval of the institution that the United States has warned against. However, other top officials in Tokyo were more sceptical, reflecting a split in the government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over whether joining an institution launched by Japan's main rival would help or hinder its interests. The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper reported that Canberra could formally decide to sign up to the AIIB when the full cabinet meets on Monday. Japan, Australia and the South Korea, all major U.S. allies, are the notable regional absentees from the AIIB. The United States, worried about China's growing diplomatic clout, has questioned whether the AIIB will have sufficient standards of governance and environmental and social safeguards.

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