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“Argentina’s rhetoric over the Falklands has been getting increasingly hostile” with reports that they are “planning to lease 12 long-range bombers from Russia” (The Guardian, March 24, 2015). In response, “David Cameron has said that Britain will always defend the Falkland Islands… As the prime minister made his assurance, Michael Fallon, the defence secretary, announced that two Chinook helicopters are to be deployed in the middle of next year, which would mount a ‘swift and decisive response’ to any ‘emerging incidents’” (ibid.). Russia and China both have an increasing presence in Argentina and are looking to support Argentina further (ibid.). The Falklands are one of two remaining sea gates under British control (along with Gibraltar). Long ago God prophesied that the Israelite-descended nations would possess the “gates” of their enemies—which no doubt included sea gates (Genesis 24:60). Both Spain and Argentina have been pushing to gain possession these remaining sea gates, and Britain has been holding out. The question is “How much longer will Britain be able to hold these locations given its declining military might—especially as God’s blessings are removed as they drift further from Him?” For more information on this topic, read “Sea Gates in Peril.” 

The Falklands are one of two remaining sea gates under British control (along with Gibraltar). Long ago God prophesied that the Israelite-descended nations would possess the “gates” of their enemies—which no doubt included sea gates (Genesis 24:60). Both Spain and Argentina have been pushing to gain possession these remaining sea gates, and Britain has been holding out. The question is “How much longer will Britain be able to hold these locations given its declining military might—especially as God’s blessings are removed as they drift further from Him?”

For more information on this topic, read “Sea Gates in Peril.”