I don't know his identity but he's coming from Turkey.
The Bible says:
Revelation 17:10 - And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short
The five kings that have fallen are:
Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Medo-Persia, and Greece.
The one that is:
The one that is yet to come and will continue for a short space:
Those are the seven kings.
The next king will be the eighth but he's part of the seven. This will be the European Union. America will be controlled by Europe. These 10
Governors that Obama is appointing through an executive order might be the 10 horns.
First, America is the False Prophet or the second beast coming out of the earth. The mark of the beast will originate in America because of some
disaster that will occur before 2012. Obama will be the last President of the United States.
Turkey will be admitted to the EU and the next President of the EU will be from Turkey. This will be the beast that was, then was not and is yet to
come from the Abyss. The new President of the EU's term is up May 31st 2012.
Here's a good video that talks about how Daniel said the antichrist would come from the area of modern day Lebenon, Syria and Turkey.
In 2012 the antichrist will come to power as President of the EU and America will be a slave nation.
I also thought about the U.N. but it looks like the European Union will be a stronger place for him to work from but that may change by 2012. The
Secretary General of the U.N. term ends December 31, 2011.
The Turkish Prime Minister said the goal is to restore the Ottoman Empire.
Turkey’s goal is to live in peace with all countries and restore the might of the Ottoman Empire, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
said. “I believe that each Turkish family should have at least three children. We believe in Turkey’s future and call on everybody to believe,”
ISTANBUL -- This week, Turkey assumed the presidency of the United Nation's Security Council, and while that may just be a passing story in most
countries, here it is a big deal.
"This is very important and a big responsibility for our country," said Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu--and he should know. Davutoglu
has been the chief architect of Turkey's neo-imperial foreign policy that envisions a far greater role for this pro-western Islamic country than as
an aspiring second-tier member of the European club.
No one was surprised last month when Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan appointed his longtime political adviser Davutoglu as the Foreign
Minister. The soft-talking professor--who was also an adviser to President Abdullah Gul--has largely been responsible for reshaping Turkey's foreign
policy over the past six years, moving it away from its isolationist roots and toward a role as a self-declared regional power broker in the Middle
Turks love the spotlight that has come from efforts to mediate between Israelis and Syrians, act as peacekeepers in Lebanon and host high-profile
world dignitaries. They got a kick out of seeing their globetrotting leader Erdogan in a face-off with Israeli President Shimon Peres in Davos.
The official television station TRT has recently started to refer to Turkey as a "global power." These days, the book du jour in Turkish power
circles is Stratfor founder George Friedman's The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century. It predicts the rise of a hegemonic Turkish empire
in the former lands of the Ottoman Empire.
So keep your eye on Turkey because the antichrist is there.