Ezekiel 38/39 Magog Invasion

Gomer (Germany) to be used in Rome II’s (EU) Military Action in Phut’s (Libya) Coastal Waters

This is a solid Gomer and Phut indicator. 

040712-N-7748K-008 North Atlantic Ocean (July 12, 2004) - The German frigate FGS Niedersachsen (F 208), the submarine tender USS Emory S. Land (AS 39), the Turkish frigate TCG Gediz (F 495), and the Spanish frigate SPS Alvaro De Bazan (F 101) steam together through the Atlantic Ocean while participating in Majestic Eagle 2004. Majestic Eagle is a multinational exercise being conducted off the coast of Morocco. The exercise demonstrates the combined force capabilities and quick response times of the participating naval, air, undersea and surface warfare groups. Countries involved in the NATO led exercise include the United Kingdom, Morocco, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey. Truman's participation in Majestic Eagle is part of her scheduled deployment supporting the Navy's new fleet response plan (FRP) Summer Pulse 2004, the simultaneous deployment of seven carrier strike groups (CSGs), demonstrating the ability of the Navy to provide credible combat across the globe, in five theaters with other U.S., allied, and coalition military forces. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Josh Kinter (RELEASED) For more information go to: http://www.cffc.navy.mil/summerpulse04.htm

Gomer (German Marines) will be used in the European Union’s military action against the criminal human smuggling networks operating in the Mediterranean. As early as October, the Bundeswehr, Germany’s armed forces, could have the authority to stop and destroy vessels operated by human smugglers outside the Libyan coastal waters, according to the German Press Agency.

The EU has received criticism regarding its handling of the immigrants making their way from the war-torn Middle East. It responded with a three-phase military solution.

The first phase dealt with patrols of international waters to collect information about smuggling routes and points of concentration. The second allowed boarding, seizure and diversion of vessels in international waters. The third phase would allow for “all necessary measures against a vessel and related assets.”

Initially, phase three of the operation was viewed as problematic since it would require both a United Nations Security Council resolution and the agreement of Libyan officials to implement. Now the EU appears prepared to forge ahead with plans to use the “stop and destroy” phase within international waters.

German battleship Schleswig-Holstein and combat support ship Werra have already begun implementing the first phase. In an interview with the German Press Agency, Cmdr. Marc Metzger said, “As part of the deployment, we verified information, for example, about points of concentration and routes or patterns in which the networks work.”

Source: The Trumpet

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