JD: We often talk about Turkey, though they are not a member in the European Union they are a part of NATO which is the military operation for the EU. Turkey this last week seems to be signaling a sweeping regional ambition all the way from Southeast Europe to Central Asia. Those ambitions for Tayyip Erdogan wanting to be the Pan Islamic leader of the world, give us the latest.
JR: Yes the regional ambitions of Turkey has never subsided but they come to surface regularly. The latest issue was a map that had come out from George Freedom’s book “The Next 100 Years”. He is the founder of strait for which was sort of a paid for an intelligence type organization. They have many many good things. I’ve read the book, “The Next 100 Years”. It’s just a projection but it shows that the Turkish influence and the map of Turkish influence in 2050 is essentially the entire Middle East, all the Middle East except Israel and Iran. And so it sort of turning heads in Iran and then as well in Russia because this paved way Turkey had the influence in that entire southern region of the former Soviet Republic then they can basically take from Central Asia all the way to Turkey and expand their influence at the expense of Russia. So now Russia and Turkey are at a bit of a confrontation because of Turkey’s reference to this map which is published from this intelligence organization.
JD: John Rood with the details on Turkey’s ambitions to control the entire Middle East with the exception of Israel and Iran.
We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.
For a number of years Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey has expressed his desire to be the Pan Islamic leader of the world today. Now there is a map that demonstrates that ambition. The ancient Jewish prophet Ezekiel revealed that ambition some 2,500 years ago, that’s Ezekiel 38:2 & 6. That passage of prophetic Scripture mentions Meshech, Tubal, Gomer, and Togarmah which is modern day Turkey. Turkey on the verge of fulfilling Bible prophecy.