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The End-Times President, a Battle Against the Globalist Elite, and the Countdown to Armageddon
By Paul McGuire
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“Trumpocalypse!” It’s the media-coined meme inciting panic and fear that America has elected an unstable man who will barge into delicate international affairs like a bull in a china shop and incite nations bent on America’s destruction to trigger World War III-an unprecedented nuclear apocalypse ending the world as we know it. But is the media telling us the truth?
No, say internationally-recognized prophecy expert and Fox News and History Channel commentator Paul McGuire and Pulitzer Prize-nominated investigative journalist Troy Anderson. America’s most insidious enemies are not hostile nations; they are elite globalists-the “Establishment” that is making the “1 percent” even richer while working- and middle-class people watch their incomes and net worth’s flatline or plummet.
The authors fearlessly expose the globalist elite’s secret plan for humanity and campaign of mass deception. Using documentation gleaned from years of journalistic investigation and extensive interviews with over fifty of the world’s most respected geopolitical, economic and military affairs experts, faith leaders, and biblical scholars, McGuire and Anderson unmask these elites as members of secret societies with deep occult connections who have gained control of America’s dominant institutions-government, education, entertainment, international banking, and even the media.
Trumpocalypse explores the enigmatic prophecies and “biblical codes” involving Trump, and asks whether God raised up President Trump as a fearless leader to guide America and the free world through a series of major crises as the biblical end-time narrative unfolds, as many people with prophetic gifts are predicting, and shows why everyday Americans and evangelicals have rallied around Trump as their last hope of saving America and averting the horrors of the Apocalypse. It further reveals why Trump and millions of “deplorables” are fighting to stop the hidden agenda of the Establishment, and how the perplexing chaos enveloping the planet could paradoxically signal the beginning of the great end-times awakening that millions are praying for.
Here is an invitation to join the anti-Establishment surge-what evangelist Franklin Graham calls “the Christian revolution”-and discover how to fulfill your own destiny in the run-up to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
The God Factor
Did God show up? In watching the news after the election, the secular media keep asking “How did this happen?” “What went wrong?” “How did we miss this?” Some are in shock. Political pundits are stunned. Many thought the Trump/Pence ticket didn’t have a chance. None of them understand the God-factor.
—FRANKLIN GRAHAM, PRESIDENT OF THE BILLY GRAHAM EVANGELISTIC ASSOCIATION1
It’s the riveting prophetic mystery of the unprecedented times we find ourselves in.
On November 8, 2016—a date political theorist Noam Chomsky believes “might turn out to be one of the most important in human history”—Americans elected Donald John Trump as the forty-fifth president of the United States, sending shock waves around the world.2
The stunning victory of “the chaos candidate” not only confounded the predictions of pundits and pollsters but also created an eschatological mind-twister for students of the Apocalypse who are convinced the world is on the fast track to the end of human civilization.3
Many are now asking: Will President Trump guide America and the free world through a series of major crises as the biblical end-time narrative unfolds, as many people with prophetic gifts are predicting, or will he trigger the “Trumpocalypse”—the media meme for concerns that Trump’s presidency will result in World War III and nuclear Armageddon?
Since his thunderbolt election, Trump’s presidency has ignited end-time mania among Christians, Jews, Muslims, New Age adherents, and others curious as to how his presidency may fit into an increasingly mystifying prophetic puzzle, and whether the controversial and bombastic billionaire could paradoxically be a “John the Baptist” figure who will help usher in the “Messiah” and ultimately the Second Coming.4
“There have been at least a dozen Jewish rabbis who have said the Messiah is on Earth now, he’s been identified, and he’s soon going to make himself known,” noted Thomas R. Horn, a bestselling prophecy author and chief executive officer of SkyWatchTV. “They called on Trump and [Russian president Vladimir] Putin to use their power to rebuild the Temple and reinstitute Temple service. I’m not saying that they think Trump is the Messiah. What I think is that most of the rabbis think he’s John the Baptist and the Messiah is about to appear. He’s the forerunner.”5
The months leading up to the historic election were marked by a proliferation of prophecies about the “end-times president”—ranging from French seer Nostradamus’s purported prediction that the election of a “shameless, audacious bawler” would lead to the end of the world to business consultant Lance Wallnau’s belief that God raised Trump up to serve as a “wrecking ball to the spirit of political correctness” and as a “wild card that messes up the elite globalists’ insider game.”6
Throughout the 2016 presidential race, the world became intensely fascinated with the prophecies involving Trump and former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Clinton and how a series of seemingly unrelated events—the populist uprising against the globalist elite and an explosion in occult phenomena—align with what prophecy scholars believe is a convergence in end-time markers.
When the Economist—a prestigious magazine famed for its annual predictions—published “The World in 2017” cover article featuring eight tarot cards, including a Judgment card with Trump seated atop the world, wrapped in an American flag and holding instruments of royal coronation, the oracular cryptogram of Trump’s presidency became what is arguably the paramount question of our time.7
“[The Economist] also happens to be owned by the Rothschild family and has a knack for touching on Illuminist pictures, hints, and outright disclosures guaranteed to make conspiracy theorists do a double-take,” explained S. Douglas Woodward, an Oracle and Microsoft executive and prophecy expert. “This year it has truly outdone itself. (By the way in 1988 the magazine predicted on its cover that in 2018 there would be a one-world government with a global currency and singular economic system. That is sure to pique any Bible prophecy buff’s interest.)”8
In Trumpocalypse, the sequel to our bestselling globalism exposé, The Babylon Code: Solving the Bible’s Greatest End-Times Mystery, we’ve uncovered exclusive and explosive information about the prophetic significance of Trump’s presidency and what it means for America’s future, the world’s future, and your future. In these pages, we’ll explore:
• The enigmatic prophecies and “biblical codes” involving Trump.
• The hidden link to unfolding end-time events and the “unraveling.”
• The revolution against the globalist elite that began with Brexit and culminated with Trump’s election.
• “The coming crash” and global economic “reset” announced by International Monetary Fund officials.
• The occult elite’s secret plan for humanity and campaign of mass deception.
• A high-level plot to assassinate the president.
• Why Trump and millions of “deplorables” are fighting to stop the hidden agenda of the Establishment—now largely controlling both political parties—that is making the “1 percent” even richer while working-and middle-class people watch their incomes and net worths flatline or plummet.
• The president’s enigmatic link to plans to rebuild the Third Temple in Jerusalem and broker the Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
Featuring over fifty exclusive interviews with highly respected geopolitical, economic, and military affairs experts; prominent faith leaders; and biblical scholars, Trumpocalypse reveals the results of a two-and-a-half-year journalistic investigation that unearthed answers to the questions many have about Trump’s presidency and its nexus to unfolding prophetic events; the dangers of globalization; the impact the economic “reset” will have on your finances and life; the initial rollout of microchip implants for workers worldwide; stunning revelations about the Illuminati’s secret plans for humanity; a series of catastrophic, world-altering crises that many believe Trump will face during his time in office; and whether Trump could paradoxically help usher in the great, end-times revival amid the prophesied “shaking” that will radically change all our lives.
We’ll also address the concerns of critics who believe Trump could be a “Manchurian candidate” that the globalist elite have “deviously put up”—with or without his knowledge—to help make a “giant stride in the direction of a ‘New World Order’ in which America will be reduced to a mere satrapy in a grandiose scheme of totalitarian ‘global governance’” preceded by a debt-fueled economic implosion that will make the Great Depression seem like a period of prosperity.9
Trumpocalypse or Reprieve?
Our investigation comes amid a global debate about Trump’s presidency and the fate of humanity. Before and after the election, the media and progressives expressed concerns about what they coined the “Trumpocalypse,” while faith leaders and conservatives described Trump’s presidency as a “reprieve” or the “Nineveh Moment” foreseen by world-renowned evangelist Billy Graham.10
The Urban Dictionary defined “Trumpocalypse” as the “catastrophic destruction or damage of civilization following the election of Donald Trump.” The “Trumpocalypse” meme and Twitter hashtag captured the zeitgeist of the world regarding Trump’s election, an event the New York Times described as a “stunning repudiation of the Establishment.”11
Amid headlines in the Washington Post such as “The Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse,” former President Barack Obama and others expressed alarm at handing the “nuclear codes” over to a neophyte politician whose personality—as profiled in the Atlantic—is marked by “sky-high extroversion combined with off-the-chart low agreeableness” and anger at his “emotional core.” “How can you trust him with the nuclear codes?” Obama said at a rally in Durham, North Carolina, shortly before the election. “You can’t do it.”12
Chomsky went further, arguing that the Republican Party—now in control of the presidency and both the House and Senate—has become the “most dangerous organization in world history” and is “dedicated to racing as rapidly as possible to destruction of organized human life… Similar observations held for the other huge issue concerning human survival; the threat of nuclear destruction, which has been looming over our heads for seventy years and is now increasing.”13
Frank von Hippel, a nuclear physicist and professor of public and international affairs emeritus at Princeton University, believes the “irresponsibility, ignorance, and impulsiveness” of Trump create an increased danger of a nuclear conflagration over the next decade that could result in “a chance of a third of us blowing up the world.”14
Near the end of Trump’s first week in office, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists voted to move the hands of the Doomsday Clock to two and a half minutes to midnight—the closest the clock has been to midnight since 1953 when the first hydrogen bomb was tested. The scientists said world leaders have failed to come to grips with humanity’s most pressing existential threats: nuclear weapons and climate change. “As we marked the seventieth anniversary of the Doomsday Clock, this year’s clock deliberations felt more urgent than usual… as trusted sources of information came under attack, fake news was on the rise, and words were used by a president-elect of the United States in cavalier and often reckless ways to address the twin threats of nuclear weapons and climate change,” opined the organization’s executive director, Rachel Bronson.15
As we noted in The Babylon Code, a growing number of physicists, mathematicians, computer scientists, economists, biologists, and philosophers at Oxford, Cambridge, MIT, and the University of California, Berkeley believe the world needs to start thinking seriously about the threat of human extinction. Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute releases annual reports addressing “one of the most important issues of our age—global catastrophic risk.” The reports explore the threat of nuclear war, a global pandemic, catastrophic climate change, and even a “global totalitarian state.” A nuclear conflict is considered one of the top threats.16
In dozens of interviews for Trumpocalypse, faith leaders and prophecy scholars said they believe the world is in the final countdown to the Apocalypse. They believe the world is facing unparalleled dangers, including the highest risk of nuclear conflict since the Cold War. As evidence, they cite the recent nuclear showdown between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who made repeated threats to reduce the United States to “ashes”—generating global headlines and angst and reigniting fears of a Third World War. In September 2017, Trump said at the United Nations that unless Kim Jong-un backs down, “We will have no choice than to totally destroy North Korea.”17
But rather than focusing on Trump’s seemingly unpredictable personality, many view his election—perhaps one of the greatest political feats in modern history—as a divine reprieve. “The surprise election of Donald Trump offers hope to stop, reverse, and overturn many of these developments [the redefinition of marriage, war on religious freedom, and deterioration of America’s relationship with Israel],” explained Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, the New York Times bestselling author who was named by Charisma magazine as one of the top forty spiritual leaders of the last forty years. “Thus, it can provide a major window for the gospel and revival.”18
In the time leading up to the election, Franklin Graham learned that hundreds of thousands of Christians were praying for America: “This year they came out to every state capitol to pray for this election and for the future of America. Prayer groups were started. Families prayed. Churches prayed. Then Christians went to the polls, and God showed up. While the media scratches their heads, and tries to understand how this happened, I believe that God’s hand intervened [on election night] to stop the godless, atheistic progressive agenda from taking control of our country.”19
In recent decades, and largely during the Obama administration, many Americans watched with dismay as their nation—one the Pilgrims dedicated to God in the Mayflower Compact four centuries ago—underwent a radical and malevolent transformation.
Many trace the beginning of this downward slide to the 1962 U.S. Supreme Court decision removing prayer from schools, followed by the 1973 decision legalizing abortion. In the ensuing decades, as millions of babies died on the altars of lust and selfish convenience, God was largely jettisoned from most spheres of influence—government, media, entertainment, education, and business. Meanwhile, as wickedness took its toll, the national debt soared and Christians, whose biblical views weren’t welcome in an increasingly secular and occult-enmeshed society, experienced soft persecution while America spiraled downward toward darkness. Then, near the end of Obama’s second term, the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, and Obama celebrated by lighting up the White House in rainbow colors.
“The election [of Trump] was a complete repudiation of Barack Obama: his fantasy world of political correctness, the politicization of the Justice Department and the IRS, an out-of-control EPA, his neutering of the military, his nonsupport of the police and his fixation on things like transgender bathrooms,” New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, quoting her brother, wrote in her column shortly after Thanksgiving of 2016. “Since he became president, his party has lost sixty-three House seats, ten Senate seats and fourteen governorships. The country has signaled strongly in the last two midterms that they were not happy. The Dems’ answer was to give them more of the same from a person they did not like or trust. Preaching—and pandering—with a message of inclusion, the Democrats have instead become a party where incivility and bad manners are taken for granted, rudeness is routine, religion is mocked and there is absolutely no respect for a differing opinion.”20
A New “Golden Age”?
While some faith leaders view Trump’s election as a “reprieve”—perhaps a temporary pause in God’s prophetic time clock—the Washington Post observed that conservatives saw it as new “golden age for Republicans on Capitol Hill.” “President-elect Donald Trump’s stunning victory has delivered to GOP congressional leaders the gift they dreamed of even if they never quite believed it was within reach: A Republican president to sign Republican bills passed by a uniformly Republican Congress.” As the results were posted on election night, Trump said it was “time to bind the wounds,” that he would be a “president for all Americans,” and that “the forgotten people” of the country would be “forgotten no longer.” In the wake of the election, conservatives and faith leaders pointed out that he would appoint one and perhaps more conservative justices to the Supreme Court—reshaping the nation’s highest court for decades to come. In early 2017, the U.S. Senate approved Trump’s first nominee to the high court, federal judge Neil Gorsuch, to replace Justice Antonin Scalia.21
Trump’s election brought a wave of optimism to conservative America and was described as “the greatest miracle in the history of U.S. politics.” Prior to the election, Americans were deeply pessimistic about the future, with economic experts predicting a historic stock market crash and economic downturn if Trump won. Instead, Trump’s election was followed by a stock market rally with the dollar once again becoming the strongest currency in the world—hitting its highest level since March 2003. A Bloomberg poll found that “in some cases Americans are the most hopeful they have been in more than a decade.” Meanwhile, the percentage of Americans who said they believe the United States would experience “continuous good times” in the immediate future rose to 46 percent.22
Jan Markell, founder of Olive Tree Ministries and host of the nationally syndicated Understanding the Times radio show, wrote an intriguing article, “So Is the Rapture Now on Hold?” “Are happy days here again?” Markell asked rhetorically. “I am sensing that even Rapture-watching believers, some anyway, now think that event is delayed while America returns to prosperity. Thanks to the 2016 election results, we may now return to the role of international leader. A report [following the presidential election] said that in the wake of Brexit and Donald Trump, the European Union may fall apart. Have prophecy watchers been proven wrong? Neither of these fit into the presumed ‘agenda.’”23
The Prophesied “Unraveling”
Despite initial euphoria among Christians and conservatives, Trump’s election doesn’t mean the world’s colossal problems—unparalleled levels of national, corporate, and consumer debt exceeding $217 trillion globally; widespread government corruption; the growing threat of a catastrophic war, to name a few—have somehow magically disappeared.24
A strange and perplexing chaos is enveloping the planet, what some are calling the “unraveling,” with the strong potential to bring about major crises—ranging from global financial cataclysm to nuclear war to a potential peace deal that could engulf the Middle East in conflict. President Trump will likely face these and other critical developments during his time in office.
The all-important factor in these scenarios is the leadership, decisions, and policies of the Trump administration. Most liberals and progressives fear Trump is emotionally unstable, impulsive, arrogant, narcissistic, and almost fascist-like in his political beliefs. They are afraid he will overreact and order the launch of nuclear missiles into enemy territories in a crisis—provoking a nuclear exchange that escalates into World War III.
Since Trump’s election, politicians, celebrities, and others have expressed concerns that he will abuse his power as president and become a dictator in the style of Adolf Hitler. They are concerned he will gain control of the Christian, conservative, and alt-right media; conduct Joseph McCarthy–like communist witch hunts; and use the populist movement to radically transform America into a military fascist police state. “Democracy is now in crisis,” billionaire investor George Soros, a major funder of the Democratic Party, wrote in his Project Syndicate column. “Even the U.S., the world’s leading democracy, elected a con artist and would-be dictator as its president.” Meanwhile, many Americans—especially members of the LGBT community, minorities, and youth—are worried that Trump is the champion of angry, white, working-and middle-class Americans, especially “angry white men” who desire payback.25
The question is this: Is President Trump really this budding right-wing dictator who is dangerously impulsive and would press the button in a fit of rage and launch World War III? Or despite his bombastic style and flame-throwing rhetoric, is Trump—a highly successful entrepreneur who built a global business empire—a strategic thinker who carefully considers the consequences of his decisions and actions and is highly pragmatic versus ideological?
In this book, we’ll delve into little-known and previously unrevealed details about Trump’s life that will give us an indication of what we can expect: Trumpocalypse or “Reprieve.”
Eight Signs of Coming Mega-Disruption
Trump’s presidency comes at a time of mega-disruption in America—a nation that is deeply divided and was on the verge of civil unrest following the election and inauguration protests when Madonna mused about “blowing up the White House.” Trump’s rise to power also comes at a time of growing geopolitical and economic instability worldwide. The political, military, financial, and prophetic experts interviewed for Trumpocalypse foresee a myriad of threats that will likely impact all our lives in unprecedented ways.26 This is a list of eight of the most critical and potentially dangerous ones:
1. The high probability of a military or terrorist attack, including an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) or weapon of mass destruction attack, on the United States far greater in magnitude than the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Sid Roth, host of the popular television show It’s Supernatural!, says he believes Trump will guide America through an unparalleled crisis during his time in office. “What I believe is that somewhere in his serving time America will bump into a crisis that no one can solve,” Roth says. “What it is, I don’t know. It could be a nuclear invasion. But there will be something horrific that is going to happen while he’s in the White House.” Before the election, many Christian leaders prophesied that God had raised up Trump to lead the nation through a time of crisis.27
2. A series of high-profile attacks, including cyber attacks, against major American institutions such as the stock market, government, military, utility companies, and banking and financial institutions.
3. A military conflict involving North Korea, Russia, Iran, Syria, and China, along with the United States, its Indo-Asia-Pacific allies, NATO, European nations, and Israel. A serious conflict, or even a thermonuclear war, could erupt between North Korea and America, in the region of Ukraine, Syria, and Russia, or in the Middle East. This could result in catastrophic destruction and loss of life, crash the global economy, and destabilize the world’s geopolitical balance. A July 2017 NBC News/Survey Monkey National Security Poll found that 76 percent of Americans are worried the United States will become involved in a major war over the next four years. That’s up 10 percent from February 2017. Americans believe North Korea poses the greatest immediate danger (41 percent) compared to ISIS (28 percent) and Russia (18 percent).28
4. A worldwide economic crisis involving the crash of the dollar and a multitrillion-dollar derivatives blowout. In preparation for a possible “crackup of civilization” involving an American financial collapse, revolt against the elite, or a Super-EMP attack, wealthy Americans from Silicon Valley to New York are buying property in New Zealand. Foreigners bought over 1,400 square miles of property in New Zealand in the first ten months of 2016, a fourfold increase over the same period in the prior year. In the seven days following Trump’s election, 13,401 Americans registered with New Zealand’s immigration authorities as a first step toward seeking residency—seventeen times the normal rate. In an extensive article in the New Yorker called “Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich,” the cofounder of Reddit, a news aggregation site, estimated that over half of Silicon Valley insiders are prepping for doomsday and many view New Zealand as a “utopia” to ride out the Apocalypse. The article cited a National Geographic survey that found 40 percent of Americans believe stockpiling supplies or building a bomb shelter is a wiser investment today than a 401(k) plan.29
5. A series of environmental crises or catastrophic disasters such as the eruption of massive earthquakes or volcanoes along the Ring of Fire in the Pacific Rim that stretches twenty-five thousand miles in a horseshoe shape from New Zealand to Japan, over to Alaska, and down to California and South America. New research found a mega-quake of magnitude 8.3 could unzip all at once along the entire eight-hundred-mile San Andreas Fault in California, unleashing an “alarming scenario of destruction.” Meanwhile, volcanoes Turrialba in Costa Rica, Pavlof in Alaska, Campi Flegrei in Italy, Sakurajima in Japan, and Popocatepetl in Mexico, among others, are reawakening—setting off “alarm among the scientist community that warns about a chain of imminent eruptions.” If the Yellowstone supervolcano erupts, which scientists are increasingly concerned about, it would spew vast quantities of sulfur dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere, leading to climate cooling that could last up to a decade and cause widespread crop losses and famine.30
6. A civil war in America beginning with riots, demonstrations, and violent confrontations between police and demonstrators and escalating into race wars and warfare between liberal and conservative parts of the nation, along with warfare between population centers composed of different ethnic and racial groups.
7. The rebuilding of the Jewish Temple and the possibility of an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement. Trump is interested in brokering a peace treaty between Israel and Palestine—describing it as “the ultimate deal.” His son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, who is from an Orthodox Jewish family and was named by Time as one of its one hundred most influential people, is working to negotiate the deal. Trump, a real estate mogul and developer, could play a key role in rebuilding the Third Temple in Jerusalem. A few days after the election, the nascent Sanhedrin sent a letter to Putin and Trump asking them to join forces and act as “modern-day Cyrus figures” in rebuilding the Jewish Temple. If Trump successfully closes the deal to rebuild the Temple—after all, he’s the author of The Art of the Deal
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- Jan 8, 2019
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