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France Dangerous Game Over the Nuclear Deal. Agreement in November? Covenant of 1 Week (24 Nov 2018 — 18 Oct 2025)?

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Daniel+9%3A27&version=NKJV

  • Update 17 July 2018 — The correct date should be 24 Nov 2018 – 18 Oct 2025 NOT 22 Nov 2018. I missed out the 2 leap years of 2020 and 2024, where we have 29 Feb 2020 and 29 Feb 2024 (2)additional days.
  • Is the ‘Covenant of 1 Week’ of Daniel’s prophecy about to be fulfilled? I am not 100% certain. It may not be the case. But the numbers indicate a NON ZERO probability. We’ll just have to be alert and keep tracking it. 
  • The current JCPOA agreement terminates on 18 Oct 2025. If an agreement is signed with validity starting on 22 Nov 2018(this should be 24 Nov 2018) and based on the JCPOA termination date 18 Oct 2025, it will be exactly 2520 days ie 7 x 360days , 7 Biblical years. Will this modified agreement be the Covenant of 1 Week (7 Biblical years) of Daniel’s prophecy? I do not know for certain. But my 10 pairs of eyes are on it. Emphasis mine:
  • France Dangerous Game Over the Nuclear Deal
    by http://www.tehrantimes.com/
    TEHRAN – On the eve of the negotiations between Iran and the members of the P4+1 in Vienna on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the French Foreign Minister determined the fate of “European JCPOA” once and for all! In an interview with RTL radio on the “Europe’s package of proposals to Iran” for saving the nuclear deal, Jean Yves Le Drian stated:

    “Iran must stop permanently threatening to break their commitments to the nuclear deal so that Europe can find the solutions so that Iran can have the necessary economic compensations.

    France has also said that Europe would likely not be able to create an economic compensation package for Iran prior to November. Le Drian said France was working to create a plan to mitigate the effects of the United States’ sanctions, which will be reapplied in August, and toughened in November. “For the start August it seems a bit short, but we are trying to do it by November,” he emphasized.

    At the first glance, Le Drian’s words seem to be simple and obvious. Some optimistic analysts may even agree with the French FM for more time being needed to come up with an economic compensation package. But the fact is that Le Drian is sending signals of entering a complicated and dangerous game! There are some points to be taken into consideration in this regard:

    1) Undoubtedly, if the European troika and other EU member states wanted to consider their economic capacities for saving the JCPOA, they had to do so immediately after the withdrawal of Trump from the nuclear deal. However, today, as almost two months has passed since the official withdrawal of the White House from the JCPOA, European authorities are still talking about their “obligations” towards the nuclear deal, and refuse to offer any guarantees in this regard. The European officials, quite deliberately, are refusing to draw up the basic and minimal mechanisms to enforce their commitment to the JCPOA. The reality is that, at the current moment, Europe has no intention and incentive to announce its full and detailed package.

    Although part of U.S. secondary sanctions against Iran is scheduled to be implemented in August, but this is of no importance to the European troika! The French authorities’ focus and emphasis on “November” has also been well targeted. The U.S. Congress elections will be held in November, and the results could lead to the loss of the majority Republicans in Congress (House of Representatives and Senate), and thereby, Donald Trump’s domestic and international maneuverability may decrease. However, the opposite can also come true. That is, the Republicans possible victory in Congress could lead to more pressures on Europe by the United States’ controversial President between 2018 and 2020. French and European officials are now trying to continue their game until November to see what will eventually happen, and then act accordingly.

    2) Over the recent months, Democrats in the United States held negotiations with the U.S. European allies. They have promised Europeans that in case of their victory in the U.S. midterm elections, the White House’s confrontation with the United Europe would considerably decrease. However, the French authorities, on the one hand, aren’t sure of the Democrats’ victory in the U.S. midterm elections, and on the other hand, they are not convinced of the implementation of their commitments to “restrain Trump.” The European troika believes that if the case of the “European JCPOA” was closed before November, and then the Congress would remain in the hands of the Republicans, they would lose one of their main leverages in dealing with the White House. This bitter truth reflects the illegal encountering of the United Europe with the JCPOA on the one hand, and on the other hand, it indicates Europe’s inclination for continued security and economic dependence on the United States. Obviously, in such a situation, counting on the “European JCPOA” would be considered a terrible mistake.

    read more.
  • Is this coming new Iranian Nuclear Deal: Peace Treaty, Daniel’s ‘Covenant of 1 Week’?  Why do I have my 10 pairs of eyeballs on this JCPOA, Iran nuclear deal? The EU driven by Macron is discussing a revised Iran nuclear deal but without USA participation. The current deal expires in 2025 ie. about 7 years (according to Trump see below). Will the revised deal, which is based on the existing deal, still keep the 2025 expiry? If so, it definitely can coincide with the Biblical Book of Daniel’s prophecy of ‘Covenant of 1 week’ ie. 7 Biblical years. A biblical year is 360 days not 365 days. (Note: JCPOA ‘Termination Day’ is in 18 Oct 2025)
  • The revised deal is quite obviously a PEACE Treaty.

    Iran Sanctions – JCPOA in the Balance
    What are the “Terrible Flaws” That President Trump Sees?
    President Trumps opposes a number of aspects of the JCPOA. One is that the obligations it imposes on Iran relate only to its nuclear programme, but not on its “other malign activities”2 (IRGC funding, cyber aggression, maritime aggression, human rights violations, destabilising activity in the Middle East); a second is that the JCPOA does not consider long-range missile development as part of a nuclear weapons programme; a third is that the JCPOA has an expiry date (on Termination Day, in 2025).
  • JCPOA Treaty details:

    The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) at a Glance
    Timeline for Implementation
    …. October 18, 2015, Adoption Day: 90 days after the passage of the UN Security Council Resolution endorsing the deal (July 20, 2015). Adoption day triggers Iran and the P5+1 to take steps (outlined below) to meet the commitments to fully implement the JCPOA. 
    ….
    October 2025, Termination Day: Ten years after adoption day. Termination day terminates Resolution 2231 and the Security Council closes Iran’s nuclear file. 

    Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and restrictive measures
    … Finalisation Day
    The UN Security Council endorsed the JCPOA through Resolution 2231(2015) on 20 July 2015. On 31 July the Council of the EU adopted the legal acts translating the first of these provisions into EU law.
    ….
    Adoption Day
    On 18 October, 90 days after UN Security Council resolution 2231 (2015), the JCPOA came into effect. JCPOA participants made the necessary arrangements and preparations for the implementation of their JCPOA commitments.
    ….
    UN Security Council resolution Termination Day
    10 years after Adoption Day, if the provisions of previous UN Security Council resolutions have not been reinstated, all remaining UN and EU measures will be terminated.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2018/05/08/trumps-claim-that-iran-could-build-nuclear-weapons-in-seven-years/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.100cd3c8295f

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July 12, 2018 - Posted by | Economics, EndTimes, GeoPolitics | , , , ,

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