A “bomb” was unveiled on the foundations of the current EU by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, who revealed that advanced talks were underway with the President of France, E. Macron, for the reconstitution of the Mare Nostrum of the “Roman Empire”. .
It is understood from British and French sources that the two leaders agree on the core of the new venture. Where they disagree is in which countries they will participate. Britain wants inside Turkey. This does not seem to be what France wants.
According to British sources, this is a new European Political Community, a modern conception of the Roman Empire, which will include Turkey and other key North African states in an effort to strengthen regional unity.
The Mare Nostrum alliance of the “Roman Empire”
Boris Johnson reaffirmed the British interest in the plan put forward by French President Emmanuel Macron, stressing that it should draw inspiration from the Roman Empire and include the Maghreb countries, Turkey and Israel.
Boris Johnson had a four-day meeting with Emanuel Macron on the sidelines of the G7 summit in Bavaria after the end of which the French presidency announced that the British Prime Minister had expressed “great enthusiasm” about the initiative.
He even confirmed, as announced by the French Presidency, that he claims the “paternity” of the idea, which he had thought of when he was Minister of Foreign Affairs (2016-2018).
“Emmanuel has an idea, which I actually claim as the father of that idea.
“I had this idea when I first became Foreign Minister. “My view is that we need to rebuild the whole meaning of it; therefore I think Turkey should be there, I think the Maghreb should be there and I think we should basically recreate the Mare Nostrum of the Roman Empire.”
And he insisted on the “critical” participation of Turkey, while he also referred to Ukraine and Israel. “The North African coast is also a very important area in the European debate in the broadest sense.
It simply came to our notice then. Of course, Ukraine, Turkey, the Maghreb, there must be a role for all of us in a broader debate on issues that concern us all.
“I think what is probably happening here is that there are a lot of different ideas. This does not mean that they are all necessarily the same.
“I think instead of inventing new structures, let’s look at building relationships.”
Journalist question: Well, yes or no to Macron ?
“Since it is compatible with some of the things I just talked about, it’s worth seeing.”
“There is a role for everyone… I think Turkey is a critical country. I think the North African coast is also a very important area for the wider European debate. Israel..”
What is the Revived Roman Empire?
The term Revived Roman Empire (which is not used in Scripture) refers to a powerful government predicted in biblical prophecy. This regime will rise to power and dominate the world during the end times. According to various interpretations of the books of Daniel and Revelation, the Revived Roman Empire is either a generic world political system or a specific nation under a specific ruler. Various interpreters have centered this empire in Rome itself, in Turkey, or in the Middle East.
The Revived Roman Empire is commonly associated with the fourth beast of Daniel chapter 7. This beast is described as “terrifying and frightening and very powerful” (Daniel 7:7). This ten-horned beast is a prophetic picture of the Roman Empire (verses 19–24), but, as Daniel watches, a little horn rises from the beast, with “eyes like the eyes of a human being and a mouth that spoke boastfully” (verse 8). This final horn is the Antichrist, who will somehow be connected with the Roman Empire. Since the Roman Empire has been defunct since the fifth century, we expect it to be “revived” in some way to fulfill the end-times’ prophecies.
The Revived Roman Empire has also been linked to the fifth and final kingdom mentioned in Daniel chapter 2 (Daniel 2:41—43). This passage concerns Nebuchadnezzar’s dream of an image made of various metals. The iron legs represent the Roman Empire, and the feet made “partly of iron and partly of baked clay” (Daniel 2:33) represent the final world empire. The fact that it shares the element iron with the fourth kingdom suggests a connection to Rome, and the ten toes could imply a ten-nation confederacy (matching the ten horns in Daniel 7:20) led collectively by a single powerful ruler.
Other commentators point to Revelation chapter 13, which describes a beast coming from the sea having ten horns and seven heads (Revelation 13:1). This depiction connects it to the fourth beast of Daniel 7, which also has ten horns. Revelation describes this government as “blasphemous” (verse 1) and tyrannical, requiring absolute submission in financial, spiritual, and political matters (verses 4–8). The global power this nation wields is given to it by Satan (verse 2). In this context, the symbols are more easily interpreted as references to a particular ruler and a particular political empire yet to come, rather than some figure of prior history.
Speculation about the exact nature of the Revived Roman Empire can be interesting, but we must remember to keep the right perspective. Our primary focus as Christians is supposed to be spreading the gospel, not trying to identify the Antichrist. In particular, we should realize that what’s written about the Revived Roman Empire in the Bible is not very extensive, and we can’t go beyond what’s written (1 Corinthians 4:6). We know the Antichrist is coming, and we know he will have some connection to the ancient Roman Empire, possibly through ancestry, geography, or the structure of his government. We can read the signs of the times (Matthew 16:3), but we don’t know enough to be dogmatic in the details.
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