>Today Nicolas Sarkozy–President of Europe, President of France, Co-Prince of Andorra, past president of the United Nations Security Council, self-proclaimed guarantor of Israel’s security, and closet supporter of Chabad-Lubavitch Judaism, adherents of which are commited to rebuilding the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem–attended the G8 summit in Hokkaido, Japan where he advocated the formation of yet another group of “experts,” this time to ameliorate the global food crisis. High on the G8 agenda, the International Herald Tribune reports below, was the world food shortage, along with climate change, soaring oil prices, and possible sanctions against Zimbabwe, where veteran communist dictator Robert Mugage stole yet another election.
The Group of Eight currently embraces France, the United States, Britain, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan and Russia. In his endless quest for power, Sarkozy urged the G-8 to absorb China, India, Brazil, South Africa, and Mexico. On July 13 Sarkozy will host Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, and the representatives of numerous other Euro-Mediterranean states at his kick-off summit for the Mediterranean Union, which is none other than the revived Roman Empire of Bible prophecy.
Pictured above: Eurosarko: On June 30 the French decked the Eiffel Tower with the blue and gold of the European Union to celebrate the beginning of Sarkozy’s presidency of Europe. Last year German Chancellor Angela Merkel informed the French president: “In Paris, Nicolas, you are the Sun King. But Europe is like Germany, a coalition of diverging interests. You need a lot of patience and skill.”
Writing in the early 20th century and knowing only of the League of Nations, British preacher/theologian A. W. Pink observed in his systematic exposition of God’s chief enemy among men in the last days: “Thus will the Antichrist resurrect the old Roman Empire at a time of universal confusion and tumult.” In the ancient Greek and Assyrian languages, respectively, Nicolas means “Conqueror of the People,” while Sarkozy means “Prince of Darkness,” a stigma that Sarkozy’s domestic detractors have actually thrown at the French president. UK-based Bible prophecy expert Bob Mitchell, one of few Bible teachers who is tracking Sarkozy’s unique career, translates the French leader’s surname as “Prince of (My) Tribulation.” If Sarkozy is the false king of Israel to appear before the return of Jesus Christ then your resident blogger will be long gone before the French president’s true identity is revealed to the world.
Sarkozy: Food crisis requires handling by experts, similar to climate change panel
The Associated Press
Published: July 6, 2008
RUSUTSU, Japan: French President Nicolas Sarkozy says he has received international support for his idea of creating an experts group to tackle the global food crisis, similar to the Noble Prize-winning panel on climate change.
“In the 21st century, we must be able to feed the planet,” Sarkozy said in an interview published in Japan’s Yomiuri newspaper Monday, as the Group of Eight summit of major economic powers was opening on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.
Early last month, Sarkozy proposed creating a panel of top experts on food issues, similar to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, to diagnose problems and help world leaders make the best possible decisions. Sarkozy told the newspaper that the world needs the panel “to improve our way of approaching and understanding food problems.”
“This idea seems to have been received favorably by our G-8 partners, and I am delighted,” Sarkozy told the newspaper. A transcript of his remarks was also provided by his office.
The president’s office has said it expects the G-8 to endorse much of his thinking on the subject during the Monday-Wednesday summit.
Food prices have risen worldwide in recent months because of high oil prices, growing demand, extreme weather, higher biofuel production and market speculation. The crisis has triggered protests in parts of Africa and Asia, while raising fears of widespread malnutrition and economic instability.
The food crisis was high on the agenda, along with climate change, soaring oil prices and possible steps against Zimbabwe, at the G-8 summit, which brings together France, the United States, Britain, Canada, Germany, Italy, Japan and Russia.
Sarkozy has often urged the G-8 to expand to take in growing powers China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Mexico, saying it is unwise to keep them on the sidelines. Sarkozy told Yomiuri that, “at the least,” those countries should be brought in for a full day of discussions at the annual G-8 summits. In Japan, the countries have been invited for a half-day of talks.
With oil prices up more than 50 percent so far this year, Sarkozy said oil producers should boost production. He also urged the G-8 to encourage market transparency by asking both producer and consumer nations to release information about how much oil they have in reserves.