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Javier Solana in Bible Codes

Some interesting finds on Javier Solana in Bible Code software. I hereby do not promote the use of this software to search for the identity of the Antichrist, but with all the signs around us it is interesting to note what the codes found out about him.

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Israel/ENP Action Plan

Included is the following statement:

  • “The enlargement of the European Union on 1st May 2004 has brought a historical shift for the Union in political, geographic and economic terms. The EU and Israel are now closer together than ever before and, as near neighbours, will reinforce their political and economic interdependence. Enlargement offers the opportunity for the EU and Israel to develop an increasingly close relationship, going beyond co-operation, to involve a significant measure of economic integration and a deepening of political co-operation. The European Union and Israel are determined to make use of this occasion to enhance their relations and to promote stability, security and well-being. The approach is founded on partnership, joint ownership and differentiation. It will contribute to the further development of our strategic partnership. The European Neighbourhood Policy of the European Union sets ambitious objectives based on commitments to shared values and effective implementation of the political, economic, social and institutional actions agreed to in this Action Plan. Israel and the EU will strive to intensify political, security, economic, scientific and cultural relations, and shared responsibility in conflict prevention and conflict resolution.”

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EU 2010 Headline Goal

Included are the following statements:

  • “Member States have decided to commit themselves to be able by 2010 to respond with rapid and decisive action applying a fully coherent approach to the whole spectrum of crisis management operations covered by the Treaty on the European Union. This includes humanitarian and rescue tasks, peace-keeping tasks, tasks of combat forces in crisis management, including peacemaking. As indicated by the European Security Strategy this might also include joint disarmament operations, the support for third countries in combating terrorism and security sector reform. The EU must be able to act before a crisis occurs and preventive engagement can avoid that a situation deteriorates. The EU must retain the ability to conduct concurrent operations thus sustaining several operations simultaneously at different levels of engagement.”
  • “Interoperability but also deployability and sustainability will be at the core of Member States efforts and will be the driving factors of this goal 2010. The Union will thus need forces, which are more flexible, mobile and interoperable, making better use of available resources by pooling and sharing assets, where appropriate, and increasing the responsiveness of multinational forces.”
  • “The ability for the EU to deploy force packages at high readiness as a response to a crisis either as a stand-alone force or as part of a larger operation enabling follow-on phases, is a key element of the 2010 Headline Goal. These minimum force packages must be military effective, credible and coherent and should be broadly based on the Battlegroups concept. This constitutes a specific form of rapid response, and includes a combined arms battalion sized force package with Combat Support and Combat Service Support. Rapid reaction calls for rapid decision making and planning as well as rapid deployment of forces.”
  • “Between 2006 and 2010 the normal iterations described in the Capability Development Mechanism will continue to take place with the involvement of the European Defence Agency, as appropriate. Building on the Headline Goal 2010, a longer term vision beyond 2010 will be formulated with the objective of identifying to rends in future capability developments and requirements and increasing convergence and coherence.”

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ENP Financing Approved

Council approves financing instrument to provide more than EUR 11 billion for European neighbourhood policy

Included are the following statements:

  • The Council adopted a regulation establishing, and laying down general provisions for, a European neighbourhood and partnership instrument for the 2007-13 period, following an agreement reached with the European Parliament in first reading.
  • “…prosperity and good neighbourly relations involving both the European Union and the following countries and territories: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the Russian Federation, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.”
  • “A total of EUR 11.181 billion over seven years will be provided from the Community budget for implementation of the regulation….”
  • “The regulation will apply as from 1 January 2007.”

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Regulation (EC) N1638/2006 of the European Parliament

Regulation (EC) N1638/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 2006 laying down general provisions establishing a European Neighborhood and Partnership Interest

Included are the following statements:

  • “Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community….”
  • “…establishing a free-trade area for goods by 2010 and beginning a process of asymmetric liberalisation….”
  • “This Regulation establishes for the period 2007 to 2013 a financial envelope which constitutes the prime reference amount for the budgetary authority….”
  • “Partner countries referred to in Article I: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Palestinian Authority of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the Russian Federation, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine.”

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ENP/Israel progress report

Included are the following statements:

  • “The European Council considers that Israel, on account of its high level of economic development, should enjoy special status in its relations with the EU on the basis of reciprocity and common interest…. On that basis, the EU and Israel concluded an Association Agreement, and developed relations further in the context of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership.”
  • “The Commission has prepared a review and is presenting proposals to the Council and Parliament on this matter. From the set of Community Programmes entering into force from 2007 onwards for which the Commission proposes to open to ENP partner countries, Israel has expressed interest in participating….”
  • “The selection process of respective representatives is nearly completed and steps have been undertaken for the holding of the first dialogue’s session in the first semester of 2007 to be hosted by Israel.”

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Overall Assessment

Included are the following statements:

  • “The implementation of the Action Plan has paved the way for a significant development of EU-Israel cooperation in the areas of political dialogue, trade and investment promotion, justice and security, science and technology, including space cooperation, as well as higher education. Furthermore technical workshops on a large number of specific subjects relating, for example, to preventing terrorist financing, promoting judicial and police cooperation, protecting the environment, combating racism/xenophobia/anti-semitism have been organised. The process of implementing the Action Plan has thus helped to better define the path and framework of EU-Israel relations while enabling the deepening and strengthening of cooperation in a wide spectrum of areas.”
  • “The Action Plan was designed to provide support to Palestinian reforms and institution building in the context of preparing for a future Palestinian state. Some initially encouraging steps towards reform were realised between 2005 and early 2006, for example on public financial management. Following the formation of a Hamas-led PA government, the EU suspended political contacts and cooperation with that government, pending its acceptance of the Quartet principles. The EU would be ready to resume co-operation and further work on the Action Plan as soon as a government is formed with a programme reflecting the Quartet principles.”
  • “The new European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) will be available from January 2007….”
  • “Detailed programming for the period 2007-10 is being finalised, fully reflecting of the priorities set out in the respective ENP Action Plans.”

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The European Neighbourhood Policy Fiches on Partners

Included are the following statements:

  • “These fiches, which describe the objectives and successes of the European Neighbourhood Policy in supporting partners’ reform processes, were prepared for internal purposes but made publicly available on the occasion of the launch of the December 2006 ‘Strengthening the ENP’ Communication.”
  • “The ENP Action Plan was adopted on 14 November 2006 and the relevant sub-Committees (which will monitor and guide implementation) are now being established.”
  • “The EU-Israel Association Agreement entered into force in June 2000, replacing an earlier 1975 Cooperation Agreement. The Association Agreement includes free trade arrangements for industrial goods and concessions on trade in agricultural products, on which a separate agreement entered into force in 2004.”
  • “How does the ENP deepen the EU-Israel relationship? The EU-Israel ENP Action Plan opened up new possibilities for developing EU-Israel relations by setting out a wide range of areas for greater cooperation including:promoting peace in the Middle East; tackling racism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia; stepping up cooperation in the fight against terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; tackling human-trafficking, organised crime and migration issues; upgrading political cooperation; encouraging the approximation of Israeli legislation to that of the EU as a means of opening the EU internal market to Israel; and pursuing greater liberalisation of trade, services and agriculture.”
  • “The Action Plan deepens political dialogue inter alia working together with the EU, bilaterally and as a member of the Quartet, with the objective to reach a comprehensive settlement of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict….”
  • “The AP includes commitments to promote protection of human rights and to cooperate in the fight against racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia and Islamophobia. A seminar on racism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia will be hosted by the Commission in December 2006 to share best practices in the fight against any form of racism.”
  • “Israel was the first non-European country to be associated to the EU’s research framework programme….”

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What is happening?

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Links Between Daniel 9:27, the 70th Week and the ENP

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WEU Called The Ten

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