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Prime Minister David CameronPrime Minister David Cameron

 

The Rt. Hon David Cameron
The Prime Minister,
10 Downing Street,
London SW1A 2AA

Sent December 7th, 2011

Dear Prime Minister,

A time for great statesmanship

The date 9-11 December 2011 and the critical summit meeting on the eurozone takes place on the anniversary of the deliverance of Jerusalem by British Forces in 1917. The double period of 47 years from 1917 gives warning of displacement in Divine Time Measures – my study for the past 40 years.

It will be 40 years (a period of trial) on 22 January 2012 since the Treaty of Accession to the Treaty of Rome was signed by Britain when black printers ink was thrown over your predecessor, Prime Minister Edward Heath – a prophetic signal that reminded us of the lines from Shakespeare’s Richard II, Act 2, Scene 1, John of Gaunt:

“With inky blots and rotten parchment bonds;
That England, that was wont to conquer others,
Hath made a shameful conquest of itself.”

It was a black day in our history and to emphasise the point, it was also the anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria on 22 January 1901. Two days after 22 January 2012 will be the 47th anniversary (displacement again) from the death of our war leader and statesman, Sir Winston Churchill, who said on more than one occasion:

“We are with Europe, but not of it.
We are linked but not comprised.
We are interested and associated but not absorbed”

There is much more I could offer in background for guidance at this time, but it may suffice to say that the date, 25 September 2012, will be 666 months from the signing of the Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957. This is the number linked to the false financial system of man and to gold (Revelation 13:18; I Kings 10:14). Nine days (judgment) before that date, will be 16 September 2012, the 20th anniversary (expectancy) of Britain’s ‘exodus’ from the ERM. The evidence now set before us confirms that a greater ‘exodus’ appears to be approaching at which time Britain will be placed back on the shores of its global responsibility, like Jonah of old. “This is our destiny, to lead the nations in peace.” – Winston Churchill’s great vision.

Winston ChurchillWinston Churchill

Winston S Churchill
on Europe
Published by the
Saturday Evening Post
February 15th, 1930

“Every step that tends to make Europe more prosperous and more peaceful is conducive to British interests . . . The prosperity of others makes for our own prosperity; their peace is our tranquillity; their progress smoothes our path…

We rejoice at every diminution of the internal tariffs and martial armaments of Europe

…But we have our own dream and our own task. We are with Europe, but not of it. We are linked but not comprised. We are interested and associated but not absorbed. And should European statesmen address us in the words which were used of old: ‘Shall I speak for thee to the King or the Lord of the Host?’ we should reply with the Shunamite woman ‘Nay sir, for we dwell among our own people.’