The American and French Revolutions Were Fought to End Faith-Based Monarchies

Daniel 2 speaks of a statue in Nebuchadnezzar’s vision, where the last kingdom before Jesus Christ returns are the feet and toes mixed with iron and clay. We refer to this last kingdom as the Clay Iron Feet Toes (CLIFT) Kingdom. Ever wonder why this  kingdom was described as brittle, mixed with iron and clay, and which was unlike the other kingdoms? Most Christian leaders don’t speak on this, but we will! The brittle part of this is due to the fact that the New World kingdoms would look and feel like Old World monarchies (i.e., the masses confuse the President for a king like figure), but the power is divided between 2 other branches: Congress and Supreme Court. In the so-called Old World, monarchs were also seen as the leading religious figure, and the majority of the citizens were of the same religion. This tight coupling of monarchy, tradition and faith was incredibly tough for the children of Satan to break, which is why it took nearly 1,800 years (from Jesus Christ till 1789) to break the power of the Eurasian monarchies. The brittle part of this CLIFT kingdom was also due to the weaponizing of immigration (as opposed to normal immigration) with the intent to mix different races into a new identity devoid of history and tradition.

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